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: October 8, 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
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System ID: UF00079910:00198
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Pahokee.Chamberbftes Its Many One Jtern On Ballot New Doctor Joins One Used Hospital

I Poteete And HattonA

Accomplishments During Past Year Next Tuesday IsPlanForPensions new addition was made to the Is For Sale By The

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staff at Potcete-Hatton clinic this
At the annual Pahokee Chamber Garden Club Will week when Dr. George B. Walker, City Of P hokee
< of Commerce: banquet Tuf sdajr Birmingham Ala. joined! the staff.
.night the acting president R. F. .Meet On Thursday He along with his wife and three
.Hurt told the huge throng of the Next Tuesday, October 19, is daughters live in Blant-.>n-Unwtu Do you want to buy a hospital?
Jxxly's many accomplishments dur- special election day in Pahokee and subdivision on Bacom Point Road. Do you know somebody who has ,
The Canal Point
ing the past .year. Mr. Hurt took Garden Club It is on thai.day that the citizens His will be general practice of use for a slightly ,used medical
over the head:>;5b attar Bill Bunion will meet Oct 21 at the Canal will say yes vr no to the proposed medicine. I I institution that during the past I
xesigned. Point Community Center with pension plan for city workers. It Is The new doctor i ie a gradual of several years has served its purpose i!
.State Senat Jerry Thomas waa Mrs. A. Moron and Airs., JOalph the catfjr item en the ballot Which the University of Alabama and as home base for the Northwestern I
the featured speaker for the evening Duran hostesses and Jlrs. Baland will face thevoters when they go served his Internship at St. Marys Palm Beach County Pub-
and his discourse .of Thomas to the polls. hospital in West Pa,m Beach. He lie Hospital Board operating the
Kahle ,
Jefferson was warmly received by presenting the botany'studyon It was pointed out that there Is has just recently returned from a Everglades Memorial Hospital in
the more than 200 people present. "Food Reservoirs." I IA.'T no civil service plan to cover work- year of service in Viet Num. Pahokee.A .
era and nothing to assist them few short weeks
State Representative Emmett Roberts 1 I ago the hospital
was also an honored guest after serving the city faithfully 'staff moved bag and baggage
The wives of the legislators were Rotary District for years except their meagre social Money AvailableBy from the old hospital Into tho
also at the head table. I security benefits which don't brand-new million dollar medical
BtU Moss was Inducted into of Governor To Visit amount to a great deal because of Lions Club To facinty on Barfleld Highway-
tfice as president by Judge James I the low wages paid city employees. leaving the old building standing;
Tyson who acted. master of Many citizens in Pahokee are alone and gaunt.
cerenxmles. C. E. Lewis took over PahokeeOnOct.21 heartedly in favor of the pension Purchase GlassesThere The hospital board Is paying
plan for the city workers and are 10,000 the old bonds
the spot as vice president and MarTin a year on onon
Crady was inducted as treas going: to work dllilgently to see -- I the old hospital building and
urer. Mrs. Duncan Padgett, who NatUe Taylor of Belle Glade Ro- that the referendum passes on I may be an underprivileged will continue to do so until the
has done an outstanding job as tary District Governor, will pay election day October 19. "It Is r child in the Canal Point area I balance. between eighty and:
secretary, will hold that position' his official visit to the Pahokee only fair and proper that Pahokee-- that needs eye glasses and can't ninety thousand dollars has been
again this year. club next Thursday at the regular bee should have a penedon plan afford to pay for them. If this is completely wiped off the. .bond,,
New directors installed by Judge weekly meeting to be held in the said one citizen-taxpayer In discussing I the fact and the cast is merit holders books.In '
Tyson were:, Windy Willis, Karl Lions club building.at noon. the proposal.The orious, then the Canal Point Lions the meantime it is the hopeof
Bennett Joey Aldermau and Louis District Governor Taylor la well pension plan proposal will Club stands ready and able to all'concerned' the.city and the-
Collins and, favorably known to all mem- in probability' ,, receive' the endorsement I make the purchase, hospital board and the taxpayer*
Mr. Hurt pointed out that Die bers of the Pahokee club and his of'many more public I'' A small accumulation of cash is in this district that some way
chamber has 141 paid up members visit as an official one will beat spirited\citizens 'as the days pass I on hand with the local civic organization can be found to dispose of the old;

f with 01-year-old IiS_. ainaonann. Interest'. all Pahoke Rotarians. between. crow s n election,,day. I and members of the building, If not at a .profit, at a
being the oldest man on the. paid n.. .a gtbeelal;. J'; ';;"t1. ..4II'A 1; :JriouP't.&nxknls; to take care of figure that'.,wlll corns closer ita
up list many times as a neighboring Rotarian any particular case wnere'the need value. So. if you know anybodywho
to make up his.attendancebut Do you 1'ay' $431:40 Is apparent and the recipient needs a building like the one
next Thursday It will be different I wouldn't, be able to make the purchase we're talking about, just get in
Cattlemen To Hear -he .will be the official representative In Taxes? If NotDon't himself, touch with city hall.
of Rotary International Through the years the organization 1Jupiter
Are has done an excellent work in
Good Speakers At that time he will deliver his Fuss MuchIf the civic field taking for Its prime Plays On
official message and admonish local project, seeing that street lights
Serve Roast Beef Rotarians of their many obligations *. are provided in Canal Point. Thereare Lair Field Tonite
i as members of the world's dont,pay 431.40 In state dozens and dozens of folks who
oldest civic organization. Commit- and county taxes you don't hare enjoy the benefit of.street lights
Next Wednesday,night, October tea chairmen will turn in their annual much of gripe coming about educating that don't donate a dime toward WithPahokeell
20th, Palm Beach Cattlemen, win reports showing the governor your child in school. That'> their cost This fact doesnt prevent -
hold a meeting at the Community. what has been accomplished exactly what it costs In the Palm the Lions Club from raising
Building in Canal Point and hear : during the past 12 months of Rotary Beach county school system,to educate the cash each year from a groupof The football squad representing
outstanding speakers. Before the and what the club plans for one child one year. Interested citizens and turningit Jupiter high school comes to Paho'
'(" talks are made a menu of roast the coming year. President Joe In many circles one hears a ,over to the power company to bee tonight to play on Lair Field
beef will be served to all cattlemen Thompson is anxious that a full great deal of commendation about cover street light costs. against the Pahokee Blue Devils.
present according to Kent Price membership be present for the the present system of county and Outstanding money-raising pro- The local aggregation, fresh from
associate county a&'fnt.'lbe dinner meeting. I stats education being carried out ject of the club this year'will be a their win over Okeechobee last
vrlll be served at 6.30: p. m. .. by school officials. Still in other turkey shoot scheduled for Novem- week Is standing in readiness for
Beef Cattle Production Testing" circles you hear a lot of griping: ber 19, 20 and 22. Member plan the visitors. A week from tonightthe
i will be discussed by Max Ham Baptist Deacons And it seems strange that the mAjor to, hold the shoot over the dike on Naples team visits the Pabok. -,
mond manager of W. IL Stuart portion of the griping comes ,the lower edge, of the berm. It Is .. field. .
.e;- -tRaJIth'bt.: Bartow-Mr Hammond. Annual .from,soraeona..,who...doesn't pay hoped that many folks win partlct .:last Friday-nifht. on thlocal
1*.vice president of PRL .Banquet\ anyway near W .taaxes what It pate In the upcoming event gridiron the Blue Devils were attheir
.Artificial Insemination ;of beet ;;;; '--"-'" .tOelt'.to Educate hi* child. 'These n. i. i i i i very,best and soundly rounc*, .,
cattle win be discussed by -Ted The.tied; annual 'banquet: for fame folks Teem to think{hat.the sd:their ,old rival: Okecchobee; rj
Tj-esaler of Armour Beef Cattle Canal Point Deacons:. and .theirevivea'was .world'owea'them'a living and that ;Rummage Sale Is hJlh-by th. resounding score of 1
Improvement program. He win held'' :at the Dtxlana* 'their:child :should be. educated at- Planned) By"Sorority ,. 32-400.: The Derlli compiled 198
re also tell of the,program being carried Restaurant, Belle, Glade, Tuesday the expense.of his neighbor. yards rushing} .and 114 yards passIng -; :
on by Armour which is of Interest evening, Oct. 12 at 8 p. m. The ''1 pay all the taxes assessed during the evening's game.
to all cattlemen. newly elected Deacons and their, against me," said one citizen with The home of Mrs Joan Gamot Mike Sanders, 200 pound senior
)[r. Price is anxious that a large wives were recognized and the re- two children In school. That total was the scene of the Phi Oama Mu scored on runs of 13. 10 and three
t crowd be present for the meeting tiring officers honored would pay one-eighth, of ,what is sorority meeting with Miss Bus yards Ha ran only a couple of I
and Is asking all cattlemen to Rev.: Lawrence Stewart and Mrs. costs the system to educate tha| Clark. hostess. Mrs. Linda Stan times n the second half. /
.. bring their wives and ranch fore Stewart presented each deacon citizen's two children one year. ley presented the program "Whom The high school band was on the I
men. and his wife with a copy of the A lot of people have no idea God has Joined". Members completed eld as usual at fame time but for
s __ book *In His Steps" by Charles of the cost of educating their childIn plans for a rummage sale the first time In more than 20 II
OFF TO FINLAND Sheldon. The guests were welcomed the public schools of Palm Saturday Oct. 16 in front of the years that Robert O. Lampl has I
by retiring chairman, G. T Beach county.-The Idea of this Showboat Theatre with MLu Carkin been director he wasn't,there. Mr
Mrs. Russell Collins and

2 Tony and Keith left Thursday for Echols and prayer was offered by story is to enlighten them so that charge of arrangements.A Lamp! was in the Pahokee hospital
Alton Jones. In the future when they have a letter from Mrs. Nancy Meyer undergoing tests,but this week is
'. Washington D. c., following a
visit with her parents Mr. and Retiring officers are J. G.Weeks, gripe against the system they'll (member at Urge) of Miami was back on the job During the foot
. Mrs. F. G. Gillis. Mrs. Collins willie chairman; J L. McCaH, vice chair- think, twice before raising too read. The October 29 social wll be ball game his daughter Miss Sandra
man; and A. W. Jones secretary. much fuss. a Halloween party with Mrs. Carol Lamp, directed the band in his
her husband Collins and
join T-Sgt
The new chairman of Deacons for McIntosh lOCal chairman In absence.
travel New York where
1 by cap to .. .
the year is J. L. McCall with J. H. VISIT IN NEW SMYRNAMr charge of arrangements.
leave Oct 19
t. I they plan to on for a
4 three tour of duty in Helsinki," Bordeaux serving as vice chair and Mrs. Frank O'Connell ; L' VISIT WEST FLORIDA
rl't Finland.year man and G. T. Echols secretary spent the weekend in New Smyrna BIRTHDAY DINNER Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas left
Newly elected Deacons are Raymond Beach as the guests of their daughter Mrs. Jack Bush was entertainedwith Tuesday for Marianna where they
II. IV G. :Martin and Arnold J. and family, Mr. and Mrs.! a surprise birthday dinner will visit her father H. A. Lee and
LAMFI BACK AT WORK Scruggs. Frank Sganga Mrs.O'ConncO who party, Saturday evening at the :Mrs. Lee. Enroute they will visit
R. O. Lamp has resumed his HPMHMWHM .4p MMBMMWtf"I Is recuperating frpm a recent till home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dob- her sister and brother-in-law. Mr.
teaching position at Pahokee High Mrs. Earl Maxson Is a patient in remained at her daughter's home row. Assisting with arrangements, and Mrs.' E. G.Kflpatrlck In Lake-
School following several days stay Everglades Memorial Hospital un* and Is expected to return at a I were Miss Becky Mackey and Mrs. land and Mrs. Kllpatrick will accompany
in Everglades Memorial t&La .dergoing %est& later date. D. B. Watkins. them to Marianna.7 .
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13'tfdlry Qctofter? XS.1S65:
Two The Everglade New, Canal Point. Ftorida ? ---.J

14 Students For : Vegetable Men In. I 'WONDER TREE

Honorary SocietyPalm Salute To Green

ry Beach Junior College' MTAVE BEACH-- The Florida I II I .

Florida Alpha Chapter of Phi Roo Fruit and Vegetable Association II ;

'Pi.. the national honorary speech I saluted former state comptrollerRay I

and drama society, pledged 12 students Green by naming hint recip-II
in ceremonies held recentlyIn ient of the FFVA Distinguished

the college auditorium.The Service Award during the association's

new pledges are: Terry : 22nd annual conventionhere. I

Bates Bud Blount, Belle Brooks, .
Betty Kramer, Janie Lewis, Vicki In making the, award Florida

Markham, Leslie Nevin, Ralph Agriculture Commissioner Doyle I
Pabst, Glenda Padgett Jim Pit- Cornier called attention to the I WORLD'S FASTEST SHADS

The Rardin Building In Canal Point FloridaTHE tard, Steve Ramsey and George more than 30 years service Green A tiny eed 3 year ago now at 21
Randolph. rendered to the state and for the ft., beautiful shade tree Will &* 45

LAKE OKEECHOBEE; REGION HOME OF These students wen honored for special interest he has,taken In agriculture ft.freeze at proof 7 yean small old tews.Salt e tolerant b0a fto,

their outstanding achievements In durng that time. trash no root runna plant year'
THE EVERGLADES NEWS Green received the award as the around grows extremely last. Almost -
speech classes and speech activities. evergreen I brought this North
highlight of the FFVA,annual ban- Fate scrub to FIortH and converted

Serving t}ie Lake 'Okeechobee FarmIng Regioa Without On Oct. 12. the following pledges quet which concluded the conven- placed it to the on most Fla toll wonderful by man tree or God.We ftvt.
Week 40 Years
Interruption Every for tion. the program 5 ft. $5 00 site
will be Inducted Into active mem- Appearing I >specialize to the
Established March II, 1924 Published Every Friday bership in formal Initiation rites: with Green and Conner was Henry ditch Instructions.we uraian. vltn Post planting paid and and

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe Georgia Beebee. Randy Bottosto, I C. Coleman of Daytona Beach, immediate guaranteed car cost of our sales an .
of the Florida from neighbors of our put cuatmm. *-,
Greg Breltenbeck, Ken Jenne, Doug past president .
All varieties of nursery stock.>
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn I
Morgan State Chamber of Commerce,
Rita RUggleri and Karlinne OPEN 8UNDATS. Write for tree :
Canal Point; Florida, as Second Class Matter Wulf. and Secretary of State Tom Ad-,I pictures and literature.

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher Present active members are; ama Coleman was toastmaster CARTS$ nisn!'
Frank Alexander, Benny Bohren, and Adams, offered the Invocation ye mite est .f 41 on 44,

August ProfitableFor Evelyn Bouchlaas, Gloria Chepena during the banquet. INVERNESS, ILL
Get" .
2,375; Richard Henry, Mary Lowry, Bar- a ,

Mackey AirlinesFORT ry Searer, Nancy Stravino and CANAL POINT, FLORIDA CLASSIFIED ADS PAY
StateWelfare'AidDuring Ken Williams. CLASSIFIED ADS PAY
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SeptemberRev. Airlines has announced that the 9 M* .< + ).
month of August was the most 4t

profitable in the company's hIs- '
Paul M. Cassen, Chairman tory. Profits soared to almost five t .}

of District 10 Welfare Board of times the profit experienced in IKEI'x

the State Department of Public August of 1964. t

Welfare reported that during the A proposed merger between :C :t
Mackey and Eastern was announced -
month of September in Palm Phone 924.5511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade 1f
Beach County a total of 2,375 persons on July 29 and both companiesplan )
to this to their stock-
received Old Age Assistance ..
holders for approval on Oct. 15.: SALES and SERVICE .
in the amount Of $112,340.124 persons
The Civil Aeronautics Board start <>
received Aid to the Blind Y
hearings on the merger in mid-No Air ..
totaling $7,363. 1,263 families re- vember. V Heating Conditioning Appliances J Js

ceived Aid to Families with DePendent

Children in the amount of from Mackey more now cities serves in the the U.Bahamas S. than .> ">';)">">.:.<..:..:..:.{"-(** .>( *"* 4' .*M: 4 <>: .<*. :.,....: ..).>.:..).:..)..+
179,275. 577 persons received $32-
221 in Aid to the Disabled.In any other airline. ,
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addition 314 children received & 1>

service during the month of Sea Lions Will Live

September 218 of whom were in
foster homes. The total state and On State's West CoastST.

local cost for direct child care was
$11,856. PETERBURQ-Two transplanted 3

Pam Beach County is represented Californians have found

on the District Ten Welfare the environment of Florida's. West T.:
Board by Rev.' Paul M. Cassen, Coast so enjoyable they've taken ;

Chairman, John F. Thomas, Jr. of steady jobs and plan to femaln>n % .
West Palm Beach; Mrs., Wild a permanent basis. kY

Tufts of Lantana, 1.rr.. McMur* The two California are Corky
rain of Delray Beach, and Mrs. and Sam, I two-year-old sea lions ;.7'r
Marlon Bleech of Pahokee. who were Introduced as a new act
at the Aquatarlum on St. Petersburg -
Beach recently. Just two

months ago the two young sea
Delta Air Lines lions were frollcing around Santa

Asks ExtensionMIAMI Barbara Island in the Pacific, and
now they are displaying their talents :
at the St. Petersburg Beach
-Delta Ait Lines has
tourist attraction.
:asked ,the Civil ,Aeronautics Board
Corky and Sam flew from California -
:for authority*to ,extend Its operations July 2 and Immediately
trotn'Ca11ft1i'tda: tb Havmtt.
went into their training routine.
The airline filed with its apppli ,
They soon learned perform and
catlon a motion asking that the
now have a variety tricks whichinclude
proceedings be consolidated with.
balancing, retrieving objects
,the present Callfornia-to-Hawaii rolling over, climbing a lad
investigationa; ', case! which the ; :
der, saying their prayers and
courts hare referred back to the
catching hoops about their necks;

CAB and which was originally ,..,..... ....., f t .
"It doesn't take long to make agood' aawro.oa. a w ...,...M..Y..,... lin .
started during ther Btsennontor! ad. .w.ri
Floridian out of a C Utorttla'DAU'f'
mtoJjtrfttkm before Hawaii was
''," lays their trainer, Don I
admitted fcs the 60th state. McSheehy, In Electric .
water neater '
It approved, the new authority "

would not only Hermit Delta' to __ n. ___,____ ., _. __ 4i I :

"otfer wail 'from smgle-plane its' present ttrvict.terminal to Ha : gives precious tieaee or r mind

Classified Ads ,: :
mid ihterttediatii title in the i : 1 .

:'Wil'woold Southwest,permit South Bights and Southeast from' Caribbean I, ', ',*L ':t't'- .ti X .p...R- s ....r- *-, 881.te'.' .s'Otrs.fl..ar'f0' Ib"11I1 i ., r:"If:

point In Puerto Rloo. Ja- POSITIVELY all want ads' 01 ;.

macla and Venezuela (HMMluta classifieds, as' you' wish to callthent ? Install it anywhere*-and you can forget itt! type fuels and it adds to the joy of /l =, "
via New Orleans.Fellowship I are payable IIi advance from
Needs nO attention .' '
completely auto- modern living. : j
his day forward. Don't phone 'em i ,
matic.No !flames
Write It and dip a dollar bin in open ,no constant-burning Set At mokrn Electric Wattr ]/, j

'Granted the envelope If you want it run pilot light.No fumes or odors. Doesn't need appltanct efeolerr,pfubin f or elate= f J. 'j
once. $2 If you want it run twice vents of dues ..so there's no heat wasted. '10.
fo; Wayne Thompson and so on. An Electric Water Heater(like a flameless KM. C.W. MIOOUTOM) sAri! '
MI I Ii le
Electric Range) fa'cheaper to buy and "': m 1ectric wafer ? '
$4,000 for FOR SALE: New and Used Willy J3VJ-11 *? "ry" "/ titan.
A fellowship gradu Walter cheaper to use, too, because the average Qt. DOata't ltiaed : :
ate study has* been awarded Jeeps Ashley's Garage 01u Old tJwrw"lIO
price residential kilowatt hour is pilot li.r/tl to '
of m Belle Glade, Phone 6-3058.: per actually to ou.t.
Vfayne C.Thompson, a graduate
Palm Beach Junior College and Oct. lT-54-ch 31% cheaper than just 10 years ago! MRS. SILLY TURkCVlUC UYJ,

Florida State It's cheaper'! than ever to go ALL electric iaef i'.
)tThlversity. : p est ,
,Thompson, whose permanent address than to use it in combination with .m.- r::ss: .odw MIl s '

is 212 Nottingham Blvd. SINGERElectric tI fric ; rur0 .
<< eWarer sestet, tbJtAa
tbou.P t ft
West Palm Beach, will study for a 4 r----i.;; tUrlfrufhtll fhair .f-' J I R. :

Ph. D. in Psychology in _the De- Sewing !cHAitkate.... ..:: .

partment of Bdtfcationa ,Psychology MachineIn I lore It! !
In the Department of Edu- .'t; -:
console cabinet like new Sews
catlonal psychology and Guidance forward and rerene Alt attachment .
at Yeshiva University's Perkauf for maklni buttonnolM. atg.sagging '
and fancy stitch dMiina1'u111
Graduate School of education. luaranteed. Can be seen In your \,
He is currently souring as the are*. Make eight monthly payment J' ,;
or IM or win discount for each '"
assistant to the psychologist at ;1./:
ttte Association'for the Help of Retarded WIUTBi ."-,. ..'.t. ". .. ..... ..yj..L.. .. t'" ;;.
Children In New TorK. He 122 CREDIT S. CLKARWATCK MANAOER RO. r 'Yf' ,ry

holds an A. A. degree from PBJC LARGO, FLORIDA l D R I D lof'i'-op 0 W E R ft Lie H T C 0 U' ; A i ';f; "

and a,B. A. and 1L A. from FSU. HELPING BUILD HOKIDAPage


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The explains why the new ones you. buy and the ones

you:own now are better than ever "


Ck.How does the new 3%% interest rate benefit me! check every six months for the life of the Bond
A: With Series E Bonds, the rate turns $18.75 into You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the
$25.00 fourteen months faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide
Your savings increase faster because your Bonds income for Jiving expenses, while, E Bonds build a
mature in.just 7 years, 9 months nest egg,for the future; That's why many,retired
people hold Ji'Bonds: and families saving for, say, a
Series H Bonds, the 10-year maturity period ,child's: education, buy JB Bonds.
stays the same but more interest is paid you each. .
sit months.With both:B and H,Bonds the'new.rate Q:In what,denominations can I buy series B and series
,; works out to i U%for the first year and a'Jialf; then HBond?
a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity.Cb At B'Bond $2S (cost $18.75), $GO (cost $37.50)), $100 ->. ,
When did the new rate become effective (cost $75.00), $360 (cost $150.00), $600
(cost $375.00), $1,000 (cost $750.00), .
At June 1/1959. ..; :
I 7500.00).
.i I.. ft Does the new rate change the Bonds I bought .... B Boadsr$$10,000xcost 600, $1.000. $5.000.and 10000. They. : ,,:,
fore June 1, 19'91 are priced at face value. 4
& jl*AU older E and H Bonds pay more -an extra '
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are Savrngs '
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&% from now on when held to maturity The to 'i
.. ... ',' .r crease takes effect fax 1M to,.*fall Interest. period.'after JW. SavinnTBonds are anBeolutey| riakloss way to /If .
: H ** JGUO L r r*,* MV4i The'United $.mtes. Government guarantesetbefash (' .1.,.:
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WM the Bond I. their t'
: wa sftttoeBstlcafy earn new care only.grow.ft 4.
rate? What if my Bonds should, be fort, stolen of oVstroyed
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Friday: Oct l'.ler' 15, 1963
Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida
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observed at the doss of the r 1i' i1' rll7\11iZ) Ii7\"Ii7\\II

Install OfficersAt was services..__ .._. ____

I.I I PERSONAL S A l NEWS S NOTES f S I Baptist ChurchSunday Rev.Trip to Colvard Nashville Plans PRINCE THEATREPAIIOKEE, FLA.

Mr. and Mrs. Phllo B. Willliam- Mrs. J. D. Latham was the evening, Oct. 10. mem- of SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY1
Rev. Guthrie Colvard, Pastor
bers of the Canal Point Baptist I
son of Okeechobee were the luncheon weekend guest of her daughter and Paho- OCTOBER:rws-io
the First Baptist Church
guests, Monday' his sister son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Audie Church witnessed the installation:
of the officers of the church. Sun- kee, will be in Nashville, Tennessee -
and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hooks in Clewlston. at- "SWINGERS'PARADISE"
the week of October 25
George Ramey. day School, Training Union and
Mrs. Ollie Adams spent this past WMU. An Impressive service of tending special meeting at the
Mrs. J. L. Humphries left Thursday weekend as the guest of her son- lights was used for the church Installation Baptist Sunday School Board.
for Rensselaer, N. Y., where in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. with each officer lighting Mr. Colvard has been invited to CLIFF RICHARD ANDWALTEKSLEZAK
she will be the guest of her son-in- Steve Stevens in Clewiston. a candle from large candle on participate in a General Training;
law and daughter, Kr. and Mrs. the pulpit symbolizing their bear Union Administration Seminar
Mr. and Mrs. O. H.
Richard Sanders and her new ing of the light for the new year. There are forty seven persons In (IN COLOR)
granddaughter, Lelfja Kay, born have returned from Ronake, Ala. J. G. Weeks retiring chairman 'I the Seminar, and each one is at-
Oct. 10.Visiting. where they were called by the of the deacons, closed the service I tending on Invitation from the Educational U1IM"" liIWI.LIIMr
death of her mother Mrs. Kate
Division of the TrainingUnion
with a prayer of dedication. 2 un-
/ the Masonic home in St. Hudson. .
There three ---- ------- ---
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day School officers and teachers'j
Petersburg Sunday were Mr. and Miss Sharon Johnson and Ricky were challenged to keep their chain others from the State of Florida
Mrs. James Rodgers, Mr. and Mrs.
who will attend this Seminar.
Parker, students at Florida Southern strong throughout the as each
Arnold Hughes, Mr.and Mrs. H. G. i year .... .. Thurmond W. Knight
College, Lakeland, were the was given a chain link with the I
and Mal Millar.
weekend guests of their parents, links forming a large chain. Offer- APPRECIATION : REALTOR
Mrs. James Latham is reportedto Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Johnson and Ing a prayer of dedication was We wish to express our sincere
be much improved following recent Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Parker In Ca- Perry Hall, Sunday School Super- thanks and'gratitude for the many -:-

surgery at Emory University nal Point. intendent. _, Kindnesses shown during the ill
Hospital, Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. La The symbol of the cross w.us- ness'and death of our mother. We
Lila Gore, daughter of Mr. and
tham is the daughter of Mr. and ed In the installation of TrainingUnion deeply appreciate the many pray-
Mrs. E. B. Gamble, Pahokee. Mrs. Gene eppendectomy Gore underwent at Everglades'Memorial emerg- officers with each officer( II ers Cards, flowers and food. I .
ency receiving a cross and a challengeto May God bless each of you. i
Mrs. E. 'C. Odum has been the Hospital Monday night. I become soldiers of the cross end The Family of

guest of her daughter and 'son-in Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Baker and to hold high the cross throughoutthe Ellla SearsORDINATION t"0
law, Rev; and Mrs. Lawrence Stew- i .. -
The dedication
children of Jacksonville, N. C., are year. prayer
art this past week. Mrs. Odum was the guests of his parents, Mr. and was of fere.I by Raymond Martin, SERVICES WHEN YOU ARE READY TO
Joined by her husband on Friday Mrs. W. A. Baker. Training Unon director. I Sunday, Oct. 24, a special ser- BUY OR SELL YOUR FARM
and they returned to their home In OR ACREAGE, CALL -COUSIN
Installation of the WMU officerswas vice at the Canal Pjlnt; Baptist -
Dade City Saturday. Mrs. Sam McKlnstry, Jr., has returned ,. symbolized by the praying Church with a guest speakeris THURMOND".

Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Tillis were to her home following surgery hands with each officer receiving being planned as part of the PIIONE: 844-1333,
.. the overnight guests of her sister- at Good Samaritan Hospital, a hand and being charged to do ordination services for the new- P. O. BOX 14207,
in-law,.Mrs. Lila Jaudon in Wau- West Palm Beach. her task, to be faithful and to ly elected Deacons: Raymond
chula last Thursday.Mr. Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Mates of pray without ceasing. The prayerof Martin and Arnold J. Scruggs. NORTH PALM BEACH,
Wlllsville, N. Y., arrived Thursdayfor dedication was offered by Mrs. Ordination services will be held at FLORIDA
and Mrs. R. J. Maxson spent a visit with their daughter and R. T. Smith. The Lord's Supper 2:30: p. m.
this 'weekend as the guests of I
past son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank ,.. _- ---
their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. -
Rosenberg.Mr. .
and Mrs. Bob Maxson in Boca Ra- .

ton. and Mrs. John T. Pickett .
and daughters of St. Petersburgwere ij J
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Mrs. Ann Cooper of Tampa is ,
the recent guests of his mother .
the guest of her son-in-law and
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Mrs. J. T. Pickett.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. At- Nice.phone
daughter, ;, .: .

kins.Mr.. and Mrs. Gene Gore spent Hall Of Fame,Has I.tat4I "., "A of her own. l '.. \ .

this past weekend in Miami. ; :' "

Rev; and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard Two Developer :. :; .; ) So she can say all the things .
left today (Friday) for an over- :

.:Miss night Ruth visit Colvard with their, I a' daUgghter student at, JACKSONVILLE Two of the ;?i:' ,;
Stetson University, Deland Fla. 'state's pioneer developers and promoters :

Mrs. Kate Branch has returnedto : Florida haye Public been Relations named Aseocia to the i : .., (.. {;)'r# So families can do all the things. ;
her home in Pompano followinga '
tlon's Hall of Fame. "j
visit'with her sons and daught- The organization's board of' directors ': jA!? : .ihey-like I' t do. .
/ er's-ln-J&w, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh accepted the recommendations : 0. : ..
T Branch and Mr. and Mrs. Julian of its Hall of Fame Commission '
And have their
Branch., which named Henry Bradley, r privacy, too. .

Mr. and: Mrs. Harry Levins and Plant, who built a railroad to Tam "
son Micky of West Palm Beach pa and Barron G. Collier, who developed Extension phones \
were the weekend guests of his what is now Comer Coun <

ins.parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lev- ty.Plant has been dead 60 years : ;: are helpful in so many wa s. :

and Collier died in 1939. They became ,,
Steve Cary, a student at Florida the 14th and 15th members At In .
Atlantic University, Boca Raton, of the Hall of Fame, which is any age. any room. ,,i
9 was the Friday guest of his uncle housed in the Florida State Chamber "
'and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. V,Thom of Commerce building in Jack- (What else that costs so little makes life smoother for everyone?)

? ,as enroute to Tampa for the week sonville. t ..... .
end. Plant first came to Florid :n .,,,.,'., ':=w' ,'........,.'.'
1852 and settled in Tampa the following f'*' 1" '

,Patterson CircleIn yeas when he was placed: In 1' .::w: ; i
charge of an express company. '
Monday MeetingMembers The pioneer transportation I developer \ \ ,. 1 < .
purchased the express bus ,. ., .
of the lone Patterson iness and between 1893 and 1879 :;,

circle, Canal Point Baptist WMU, acquired blocks of stock in railroads -
met at the home of Mrs. J. L. Mc- in Florida and Georgia.
Call Monday afternoon with :Mrs. With associates he purchased the
M. F., George presenting the pro Atlantic &: Gulf.Railroad And organized
J gram "My Church, Seeing and Do the Savannah, Florida imd
,Western Railroad. In 18rt3, 'Plant I
.t. tng"Assisting Mrs. George was Mr>. took control of the' Sotrh Flprtaa ,
J. D. Latham, Mrs. J. G Weeks Railroad, completing a'Talnp*-*5JacksonyHto 4

r and Mrs/W. S. Cross. Devotion \ lines*In,4834,, .: $ S, : ) t {
was given by Mrs. C.B. Jones'The Collier, at the age of 26, had h \ S TI

November' 8 meeting will be held built a nationwide business in .
at the home of Mrs. J. E. Williams street car advertising. He came to
with Mrs. J. D. Latham in charge : Florida in 1911 and bought up r\k
of the program., land and timber companies until
.. .. his holdings reached more than
900,000 acres in what was to become
Sorority Group In
Collier County.; Additionalland
Business MeetingThe purchased in Lee and Hendry

---- counties pushed his holdings to i
Beta Sigma Phi met Oct. :Sat more than one million acres. I
the home of Mrs Sheila Ames In rapid time, Collier developedthe
with Mrs. Mary Thomas, presiding. Collier line, a fleet of ships, the
The reccomendatlon from each Tamiaml Trail Tours, and broughtthe
chapter in regard to a service Lee County Telephone Co. to
project was accepted. The project, the area. He later acquired tour
to present a check for $1,931.50 to other telephone companies, putting ,
Jessie Simonds, admnlstrator of them all under one service system. .' { jj7J
Everglades Memorial Hospital, for Survivors of the two men will ,
the, furnishing of one room with I be honored with ceremonies in
the' balance used to purchaseequipment. Jacksonville during the 27th annual
convention of the Florida

,Mrs. Thomas appointed Mrs. Public, Relations Association. @ Southern Bellrl .
Gecile Watson. treasurer to fill .. .
'the'vacancy left by the resignation ... ,
of Mrs. Rita Wolfe The next meetIng I CLASSIFIED ADS PAT .t,\.. '1"f"" 4'
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Even. before.. the first thirteen' States became Sam tend to'the business of keeping men free .,': ',

United Stales,men were speaking for freedom today. ""r

loud and dear. ,Perhaps you don't speak out for freedom in '.

Today Americana speak out for freedom the same tone of voice when you buy af IIondh r'If
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many ways in Congress,in local government" Patrick Henry did to'hfs,famous speech.: I'. t':1: : ;;. '

'.,.. in neighborhood activities. Some speak out for But-you speak every bit surely... .ADd' Ter)''! .: : ,1. .). ; .
t :freedom in other .languages, in other lands. bit;as proudly. .(. .. .f I:' "

f S And millions of Americans speak out for freedom Why not speak out for freedom now? Buy

I every time they buy U.s. Savings Bonds. Bonds at the bank or on the Payroll Savings f

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I buy is an. investment in r- Keep freedom In your future with f" .\
Ct, freedom. While you're !
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I 1[ News E The Churches J1 J I-Group Public ORLANDO-The New Relations Face Florida Public, I Art Talk Director To ChapterJ. Gave

.__ Relations Assoclaton's Award A. Collins, Pahokee High
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Competition recently underwent School art director gave a brietktu' )

Church Of Christ First .Baptist Canal 'PointBaptist majo{ !surgery an( emerged Vet n \hs fundamentals of
drawing and asked each' memberof
an exciting new look featuring expanded
125: N. W. Avenue D Church, Pgfrokee Church categories of competition the XIAlpha Mu Chapter to copya
Phone WY 6-8867 revised judging criteria and an tree scene at the chapter meet-
Belle Glade, Fla Guthrie W. Cplvard, Pasteur Lawrence Stewart, Pastor awards banquet. Ing Thursday evening in the P-
SUNDAY SERVICES SUNDAT SUNDAY: hokee Elementary School Library.
10:00: a. m.-Bible Study 9.45: a. m.-Sunday School 9:45 a. nu Sunday School The FPRA Awards Committee Mrs. Mildred Schoeppel, president,
has ground rules for the
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00: a. in.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.--Morning'Worship approved will presided at the business session
1965 competition which en-
7.30 p. m.Evening Worship 6:30 p. m.-Training Union 6:30: p. m.-Training Union during which Mrs. Sarah Thomas
six categories of public
WEDNESDAY 7:45 p. m.Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship relations compass competition. The new i was granted a year's leave of ab*

7.30 p. m.-Bible Study WEDNESDAY: WEDNESDAY' : sense because of 111 health.A .
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting categories are Government, In
sister held
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service secret party was
stitutions Commercial, Financial,
at the end of the business session
St. Peter's Lutheran
Agriculture and Media.
The Methodist Church St Mary's Catholic with, arrangements by Mrs.: Nina
Church, Belle Glade Recognized public relations Hatton, secret sister chairman.
Canal Point Florida ChurchFather authorities from throughout the
Identities of those who have servedas
August Koerberv Pastor country will serve as Judges. They secret sisters during the past
Edward F Norton, Pastor Francis Fennech, Pastor will also be the speakers of
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade. SUNDAY; Sunday Mass- 11:30: a. m. the association's annual convention year were revealed and gifts were
SUNDAY: exchanged.Names were drawn fur
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School ,Confessions before Mass which will be held In Jacksonville,
Divine Services 11 A. M. .. m the new secret sisters for the year.
11:00: a. m.-,Morning Worship Dec. 24.Plans. -. -
School 9:4S: A. M.
... i ii tf.45 p. m.-Evening Worship; The Church Of God have also been made to APPRECIATION

Holy NativityEpiscopal: TUESDAY: J Of Prophecy Pahokee announce the winners of the 1965 My family,and I wish to expressour !
8:00: p. m.-Woman'. Society competition at an awards banquetto sincere thanks and appreciation
Rev. S. N. Allen
Church 1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY 2500 E. Main St be held during the convention. for the many lovely card,
o Pahokee : Pahokee This marks the first time that a flowers, calls and prayers duringour

7:30'p.. m.-Prayer.. Meeting banquet has been slated to recognize recent bereavement at the loss
Rev. William Pickels, View 10: a. m.-Sunday School Florida's outstanding public of our mother, Mrs. Kate Hudson.
SUNDAY' South Side Church 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service relations programs. :Mrs. O. H. Shepparrt and family..

8:00: A. M.-Holy Comtntxiioa Of Christ 7:30 p. Evangelistic "The committee has attempted
.4 Service to incorporate into the annual Albert Fremd of Canal Point
8:00: p. m. Tuesday-WJ&B. awards competition the standardsOf left Tuesday mornng for Meridian,
First Methodist Belle Glade across from 8:00: p. m. Thursday V1B. professionalism and quality Miss., where he will spend several
Church Pahokee Bowling Alley'on Rd. 80 Bveryone welcome. Special characteristic of the Florida Pub- days with his son, Lt. Com. and
10.00 a. m.-Bible Study music. and singing. lic Relations Association," j Mrs. Harry Fremd and family.
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
John A. Briley, Pastor
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0.45: : a. m.-church School ... '

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7:45' p. m.-Evening Worship Pahokee. Baptist "'
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Of Party For Choir Horace Burgner :
( (Meets at the Pahokee Woman' \ .
I Club) SWEETHEART; "... I
A full moon, soft Hawaiian mus- SUNDAY .

,Is and tropical plants Indirectly .9:45 a. m.--Sunday/School" I HEAR THAT x SJAldE3

f ;lighted with colored spot lights 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship W. O Ac
transformed the back of Mr. .
yard .
6:30 p. m-B.T.C. WHY NOT.
and ;Mrs. Lee A. W otens' home '
; 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship DRINKS MlUKAT ; .
into a Hawaiian garden Friday WEDNESDAY ITS TOO GOOD )
night when members of the First
7:30 .
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I Baptist Church Choir and their Service f MAR6ARETIMUWeMAN- TO BE JUST .
guests met for their annual banquet .... ?
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?* ,Most of the 1 ladies present were The Pahokee ChurchOf YOuN6s F FA
attired in brightly colored dressesor
Mu-Mu's and each guest was The Nazarene
'presented a lei by :Misses Ginger i. (

Willis, Lodus Gray and Beverly Rev. Willard Kilpatrick '. I i;
Wilkinson. 433 Bacom Point Rd. : ; :.
: The guests were seated on the Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 863 .
ground in true Hawaiian fashion SUNDAY SERVICES: ..
at low tables decorated with fern 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School ,oJ 4 t' ,

and colored lights. Assisting Mrs. 11:00: a. m.-Sunday Worship .. :. '
Wroten with the'serving was Mrs. 6:30: p. m.-Juniors "..', .
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f Lee Shirley. 7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening + '
:-Following the dinner, Mrs. Guthrie Evangelistic Service .
Colvard, choir director introduced WEDNESDAY: '
a short programsmty; 7:3(>|i p. m.-Midweek Prayer i p1 'r *it: NATIONAL RESTAUR/ MONTH /-. :

recitation by Mlsg.Gray a$41+i spj? _$z., ,
"1IN G".,.* IOMIJ laA* UKocfct. Takes Nit ftmtty Otf 7*fC"
by Miss Beverly Wilkinson, entitled "Where you are a stranger butonce" r .
: "Hawaiian Wedding Song." ( _,

'. ,.Mrs. Colvard was assisted by 4.. O KyVC MM
Rev.. Guthrie Colvard In presentIng -
I a skit entitled "Anyway Paw Glides Baptist Church ;, .. .

Says So!' Group participation( was .. ... ..
,called for In the playing of games J (Rev,Jonathan L Wolf),

and, singing of songs. Meets -in Pahokee Lions Clmb
Using the Illustration) a symphony Building

I,' orchestra and the t, poi? ,SUNDAY; COtfXUra r ,*. Dreams Became ,
\ lance of harmony, Rev. .J1tEA C a-11:00'. ':rn. and .
f acting as installing, officer chatg. eZ i3AfI ;
led: the newly elected officers, wit)) SUNDAY e.y. F.-.-:30: p. m ,

ithe"malnlng Importance of their job. Re 'Y -R.\. .r:80.p".:. aj' RealityDream O t 0.: J'i : ;
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as t'
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4 Ron. TerHaar Guthrie;Colvard secretary; ,president:Miss Lo-, Church Of GodjA. ,. ''7'. I IJff.t ; \ N, f& FIrtATCS m; ti ,: '

}; I dug Gray; librarian, Mrs E., Bj 1Ji '
M. Gamble; social chairman: Mrs. } cJ. jwj jr no-longer 1 11! \ Everglades Federal] Savings provides

James Batchelor and cp-chalr- ) financing that say"got ahead9* NOW Home
man, Mrs., Wendell Harris; section .,

leaders, soprano, Mrs. Wiley TUlis; .Phone L. Stone 924-7183, Minister- ; _buying is made easy for yqu, with liberal }how cost loans

I' Kell Alto,Hood Mrs.; bass Ron Bill TerHaar Earnest; ;tenor first, SUNDAY:. up to and a loan-period.up to 25 ears. Yours mil be

.I first organist pianist, :Miss,Miss Verlon Ginger Jones WJUiSj and, I 3.1Q::0.:44.', .,. :m.-r-Swnday m,. Mocilng;School WarlgnTUI tailored to fit smoothly I ,within yquy i come and circumstances "

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with dinner Lester'lIand arrangements were SDAYd: closer to debt-free home ownership!' Nice' You said it
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TerHaar. 7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ- . why not come in today I
r First Baptist -- INVEST IN' A NEW HOME

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memorial hospital where he underwent '
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Eight The Everglade News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, October 15, 1905_

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Carnival Planned Swamp Buggy Races Orange Juice Ad :: Mr "

All Set, For Naples On Automobile Plates I

Pahokee School NAPLES annual / II I
The Swamp I MIAMI BEACH-The first of !'
Buggy Races a unique contest In I t,
I thousands of automobile plates ,
30th the field of sports, will be staged 'i..
Saturday Oct. .
promoting Florida: "orange juice Florida ,,
In "
Sunday, Oct. 31, on the Mile Mud breaks" put in an appearance ;
; -- track at this Southwest Florida during the 22nd annual conventionof l r "
resort, city after
The Pahokee Parent-Teacher the Florida Fruit and Vegetable golf
I It will be the 11th running of the
at the October meet- Association in Miami Beach. '
ing In the high school auditorium races which will be preceded ')n ., -- beer's the one.. (4 \\
Monday night with President Don Friday and Saturday Oct. 29 and S

Adams presiding, voted to sponsora 30 by the selection of a Swamp I State School Head I for good taste,
Halloween Carnival Saturday Buggy Queen, a coronation ball, a

night, Oct. 30 for elementary school parade through the streets'of From Pinellas Co. fun
pupils, first through sixth grades, Naples and other carnival trap- ,
and preschool-age children. Wayne pings.
I Burdeshaw is general chairman In This'"Mardi Gras of Mud," as it Takes On New Job'Floridaa

charge of arrangements for the has been dubbed, has to be seen I
carnival. Costumes will be judgedand to be believed, as do the swamp
themselves. The ungainly new State Superintendent
prizes awarded for outstand- buggies
of Public Instruction is 50-
ing costumes in various classifi- vehicles are devised to penetratethe
year-old T. Christian, who
cations for each grade, details to Everglades and utilize powerful .
served for the 17 is
be announced later. motors and oversized tires to past years
Students of the junior-senior splash through'the gooey terrain. County Superintendent of Pinellas
high school, seventh through
Christian, a life-long school man
twelfth grades, will not participateIn Baptist RevivalPJanned took office,October 1 and took the
the carnival has been the
as cus-
formal Oath of Office 'on Monday,

be tom a in Halloween the past. Instead masquerade,,there ball will PahokeeStartingOcUlst October 4. He was named to the After a hard-played 18 holes, it's good to
top school post by Governor Hay-
for high school students and their don Burns, to succeed State School settle down on a. soft'chair in the club

guests, with PTA to furnish the Supt. Thomas D. Bailey who retir- house and add up the score with friends.
I supervised'The resolution to conduct regular ed for health and business reasons. What better time for the drink that scores with
The new state school chief is
PTA meetings only on alter- The revival services at the First 16th State Superintendent of Public almost every golfer-cool, thirst-quenching beer?

\ nate months during the current Baptist Church ,of Pahokee will Instruction for Florida. Yes, beer's great to relax with, great for refreshment
school year which was introduced October 31. Dr. Christian elected Pinellas
begin on Sunday, was
I at the September meeting, was great for taste. So whatever your sport-
John Howell, Pastor of the First County Superintendent of Public
again introduced! at the Monday Baptist Church of DeLand will Instruction in 1948, the same year boating or baseball-swimming or tennis-relax

night meeting. In accordance with be the preacher for these services.The the man he succeeds, Tom Bailey forwards with the zestful taste of beer
PTA bylaws, this resolution maybe DeLand Church is the College won office as State Superintend
I voted on when introduced for church to many of the students at ent. He was re-elected in 1962 and i
the third time at the November
The First and in 1964.
f Stetson University. again P.0. BOX 27).WINTER PARK FLORIDA
I meeting. If it Is passed by a majority Church of Pahokee has four stu In.1957.when the county received
I vote at the November meetIng -- ---
dents at Stetson at this time. authorization to appoint its I- --'
l I there will be no regular Paboj Dr. Howell is recognized as one school chief, he became the first II I President of the Florida Education MA degrees from the Gainesville
kee PTA meetings in December
j of the most effective young ministers appointed superintendent in Flor- Association in 1055. That same 'university and has done advanced
j February and April during the in the Florida Baptist Con- ida. He was reappointed in 1960
year, Governor Collins named hima work at Peabody College and Co
I current school the last meeting -
year, and of the First and in 1963.
vention, the pastor again' member of the Florida Educa- lumbia University.
of the school to be in
year Pahokee is The school he headed in
Baptst Church of very system Commission and
tional Television Christian is married to the
May. Mrs. Ralph Johnson, mem- pleased that he is to be in Paho- Pinellas County was named in 1960
In 1965: Governor Burns named
bership chairman, reported a paid- kee for these revival services. by the American Association of former Margaret Littlejohn of ,
of the first I
him appointeesto
I up membership of more than 2115.I High attendance day in the Sun School Administrators and the Na- the as newly-organized one Boards of Clearwater. The Christians .have
I The monthly attendance awards day School has been set for October tional School Board Association as II three children, Mrs. Claude* E.
I went to Mrs. Dena Peel's Second 3L with a goal of 365. There will one of the 20 outstanding systemsin Regents.He Leiby of St. Petersburg, Floyd
Grade group at the elementary be special music ,at each of the services the nation. is a graduate of the Univer- Thomas Christian Jr., a studentat
school and to Mrs. Gladys Har- and'all four choirs of the Christian served as President of sity of Florida,where he starred,as the University of Florida and

II rington's Seventh Grade group at First Baptist Church will be ,takIng the Florida Association of County an athlete and was named to Flor- Robert Rick Christian, 14, a junior .
I junior high school. part in this part of the revival. Superintendents in 1954 and as ida Blue Key. He holds AB and high school student.
I Kyle Scott, program chairman
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\ introduced Judge Emery Newell of -- --- -------- -- ----

the Palm Beach County Juvenile .
and Domestic Relations Court, who, -
told of the work of his court and I ,

explained why the names of juvenile "': .iI.._ .. ';-4:;
law offenders are withheld
from news media. :' :

Rev, Guthrie Colvard pastor of ,!

the Pahokee First Baptist Church, YOUNG HO! \ ,

gave the opening. .r devotional.

Flow Of Tourists

.. I Perked Up By SxDevelopmentCom. CHEVRON '


,TLLAHASSEE The people of .
Florida have an easy job when it '
; Three great new gasolines by
comes to selling the Sunshine State '
to' tourists. Florida has more to Stan Three reasons to cheer

offer than any other state with its h > e t the fun-t sin of the year. Your

many miles of bright sandy :t modem cir and the go-go fuels

,beaches, historical background, in- bz created'for it. Themtw champ Chevron,*
,tereatingsattxactIona and natural _
:; .' ,..: \: beauty; i the livelier gasolines.Packed with sparkling
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't. .J. Florida ,? i.. I' 5; fun. New whisper-quiet too.
t .. '. jThe. Development Commission new power,new ,
: .... \ \."' holds .the main respbnslblllty '." ; '
for keeping the flow of tour- '' TA M %:.where we take better cart of your car
\ tat, to the state commented Roger ...
(. Stake commission director recently -
t ,""but It alone cannot do the ..
';, best job without the complete co : : IV's.' e. Keen AgentCanal

operation of the chambers of commerce ,
; the attraction proprietors

., ,and the people themselves. Point, Florida
Y :Every one in the state depends t5 5 ''
> on the tourists to a certain extent
i because they pour over $2.5 billion f.
|into the economy annually Stake
explained Taxes on these dollars
build schools, roads and other
necessary items that the citizens
: /depends on from the tax dollar.
J "Tourism is growing i lh Florida,
money for vacations has increased
h f throughout the country and it is
6 ;the responsibility of every Florida
" citizen to do everything he can toy

.:< encourage more people to visit the
1 Sunshine State" Stake concluded.
S :"11 is also important to treat him i

d' \ .. '" *with respect after he arrives because -
",' :' I the best customer in any
/ \business is the repeat customer.
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