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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: December 24, 1965
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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December iiI, 19G5 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN .


CIRCULATING TlfROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL: AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNT "

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Yule Baskets Canal Point Man Promoted To Major In Air Forcer : Leonard Geiger

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Local] Union MenLake IllnessFuneral
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services are
Local Lodge No. 57 of'the scheduled
International .Association of Machinists for today (Friday) at 2 p.m. at the
and Aerospace Workers Canal Point Baptist Church for W.
started their Tint Christmas basket -. Leonard Geiger, 84, who died Wed.
program of aid to needy families T nesday morning following a long
this 'Chrtass.Sponsored illness.
by the Lodge, the employees Mr. Geiger and his wife lived<<, in
of the 'United States Suar Pahokee at the time of his' death,
Corporation donated money and but they had been longtime residents -
with the cooperation of the Welfare __ M of Canal Point before moy
: Department and Thrtftway of ___ in?,there.
Pahokee they gave baskets to 15 The services were to be under
needy families in the Canal Point, the direction of Rev. Lawrence
Pahokee and Belle Glade area. Each Stewart, pastor of the Canal Point
basket included] a turkey with all Baptist Church, of which Mr. Geiger -
the 'trimming, fruit and other was a member.He was a retired
items. y "'+, carpenter and had lived in the
"The Christmas program got a I r Glades since 1028.
late start this year," said Billy lie is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Thigpen, spokesman for the onion. -jW-' Cecil Golden Geiger, Pahokee; two
"We, are starting now to plan for sons Russell]] of Pahokee and Roy '
a much bigger distribution of "baskets of Tampa; one daughter Mrs.
to needy families next year" Eloise' Stokes. of ClewistOn; two
he.said. sisters, Miss Frelda Geiger and
"Christmas is a happy season I. Mrs. Callie Peeler,I both of Jack.
for all of us," Thigpen said "butwe son-ville.
discovered this year that to .. Wetherington Funeral Home is
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some it is not such a happy time I In charge" of arrangements.
as to others. There are many'families i Northern Norad Region Head-'pinning on" ceremonies' held last Air Force Base prior to his assign :-.. .
] in the area who were des-er. quarters, RCAF Stn North Bay,)week at the SAGE underground I I ment at North Bay in August of COLLINS FAMILY VISITORS'
ately in need when Christmas came Ontario, 21 December Air Vice-i nstallation on North Bay, Ontario, 1964. Th, newly promoted majoris Capt. and Mrs. Bill Carey and
this year. We are glad we could Marshal Charles I(. Greenway,!Canada. I the son of Mrs. E. L. ,Keen of son, Jeff of El Paso, Texas, arrived

.: _.... . help A few of..them,.and.;nuwlthat: Commander, Nothern NORAp; Re-, Major Land rd who is a. Canal Point. Ills wife, the former ,Monday. for a visit with her parent ,
we know so much more about*the ,I gioa,(let)'pins new maple leafs one TJffhler 2ntetceptoi'' Officer, hasbeen Patsy Ann 'Geiger; Is, the daogEterof ,, l\fr..hd.l\fD. Mlnfcr Collins *.*"
I great need we plan next year to the epaulet of Captain Clarence E.1 1 a member -of ,the United Mr. and Mrs M. D*Geiger, also On January 2 the Careys will leave
make an, effort to bring Christmas Langford, designating his promo-i State Air Force for 14 years The of Canal Point Major Langforc for West Point New York where '
cheer to many more families than tlon to major. Brigadier General 3 53 year old air force officer' who and his wife reside at 385 Justin I Capt. Carey will report for dutyat
we did this'year/; Harrison IL Thyng, (right), Deputy was born and raised at Canal] Point Avenue in North Bay with their the U. S. Military Academy.
Commander, NNR, .Isted'at the JCrida, was stationed at Tyndall four children.: I I .

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Beans Highest I. Neeley Johnson

: Funeral Services Eleven Students Elks Will Mark ,:

Of Season On Is Graduated As

For John W. Wade Get Straight "A" 25 Years Work
First t LieutenantMontgomery

i Monday At $$6.75 _
Funeral services were held Tuesday .1' : I Pahokee Elks Lode will mark its r
afternoon at the Wetherington 'Enen.atud.nb inPahokei: Jun.l 25th anniversary on Saturday \ Ala. First Lieu:
I Tender snap beans reached their Funeral Home, Chapel for John ior-Senior l High School\ made straight January 1S, 1&66. with special cerft- tenant William N. Johnson son of
I highest price of the present season Wesley Wade 76, who died Friday "A" during the second :six I monies, including] a, ,barbecue to Mr. and Mrs Alex M. Johnson of
I en Monday of this week when they 1 evening at Good Samaritan Hospital weeks of school, according to an which members and friends will be 3417 Bacom Point Road, Pahokee,
r l skyrocketed, to $G.1S per bushel in West Palm Beach. Burial was announcement by Principal Brooks I invited.The ]lodge was Instituted on was graduated Friday, December
r hamper. The high priced sales were at Port Mayaca cemetery with Rev. Henderson. January 16,1941. : 17, from the Air University's
I made at the Lake Okeechobee W. L. Hokombe pastor of the Nazarene In the 12th grade, they were nit Lodge has voted to put on a Squadron Officer School, Maxwell
Farmers Cooperative in Canal Church, officiating. Signora Briley, Nancy Harrington free Barbecue rand, all ,Lodges in AFB, Alabama.
I Point. On Tuesday however beans Pallbearers were Jack Verhulst I I and Josephine Young. the State of Florida] have been invited I Lieutenant Johnson was .selected
out of the fame field] dropped two Ronald Watson.Luke Fraser, Ern- In the 11th grade they were Lois to attend. Special invitations$ for the special professional officer
dollars, down to $4.75 per hamper. est Pittman Eddie Vertommen and. Adams .and Ginger Willis.. ;In the] are being sent to surviving members raining in recognition of his potential ,.
: The demand Is good this week for Louis Mime.Mr. 10th grade, they.were Inca :Briley, the'Team who acted as ':l a leader in the aerospace ;
I \ celery' and the price is satisfactory Wade had been aresident f ofthe Patrida .Lewis and Evelyn _ft! .. Grand Lodge Officers. at the In- force. He Is being. reassigned to
with the offerings going from $2.5Q Pahokee area for 2T yean, : "In h grade, they were i stitution. Moody APR Georgia, for duty.
ii: : to $3.00, all depending oh the she where he conducted a .vegetable Lynda Keen and Robert Wayne :I A very brief special Lodge meetIng The lieutenant fl graduate of !
and grade.Cucumbers. harvesting business. will be held before 8:00\ : his "
\ Stacy. In the eights grade, :It was p.m Pahokee High School, received
; were In.fair demand lie Ii survived by his wile; Mrs. Rodney Guthrie. and the balance of the festivitieswill B.- E'' EE'. degree' from Georgia Institute *
r but the market is weaker this week Hazel Wade, two sons; James ,Lee : be open to the Ladies and other of Technology. He was com.
and the offering were being sold .Wade, ,Pahokee and Gerald Wade, Honorable mention of "B".or bet non-Elksw&o will be welcome. missioned at Officer Training I
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t for $3.00 to 13.25 per bushel basket; Charleston, South 'Carolina- Three ter went as follows: Special recognition will, be accorded School at Lackland :AFB Texas. ;.
12th Glen ]
The market was sdt/' ) pepper daughters Mrs.. Juanita Sherman grade Angel, Tamara I I to Charter Members and to His wife ,)far,"". !. the daughter *
and the demand was good with the Charlotte; South Carolina; Mrs. Branch Jo Ellen Brown, Ted Butler 25-Year members, that is those who of Mr. 'and Mrs: John P. Co-
I price holding, at, $6.50 for extra Bergetta Driggers Summerville, Eugne Glenda Cauley Crews] Sharon Corcoran were initiated after January 16th wart of 371 Buford Place, Macon: .
fancy large size. I South Carolina and Mrs. Ina Faye Erma Klnard,1 and prior, to March 31, 1941. Georgia.
Radishes were selling for1 '85 John Pell Michael ... .
Hill Sarasota, Florida; one sister, I :The Squadron Officer School is
cents. per basket... I Mrs. Maude Furlong] Illinois; 25 James 11th garde Tyson.:Judith Andrews,Lin-I CARD OF THANKS part of the officer education system -
grandchildren and one great grand at the Air University, the Air
Mr. and Mrs.. Lawrence Connell I child. da Butler Timothy Gillis, Lodus I wish to thank everyone for .force's senior professional school.
, and family of Belle Glade were I i Gray, Mary Jane pell and Margaret their ]kindness and love shown to .It. .
,. Christmas dinner guests of her VISIT BARNES FAMILY Prince. me with prayers, cards, letters
ter and family Mr. and }Ira: H.th'l 10th grade:John Barwick, Kathy, and flowers and thanks to the Danny Rowlett of Great Lakes,
Unwin. I Mr. and Mrs. Homer Barnes had Boynton, Cheryl] Gordon, George churches fo rtheir prayers and also Illinois Naval Training Center is
t )f. Sgt. and Mrs. James Barnes a* Sunday dinner guests M/Sgt Magrill Janet Meredith Deborah' the kindnesses of the doctors and spending a two-week leave with his
and, family of Warner and Mrs. James Barnes and children Parrish Carlene Raby and Richard I >arent Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Row
Georgia, were the RObblns'l of Warner Robbins, Georgia, Tyson. : nurses.May God richly bless] each of you. left, and family in Pahokee.
day' guests of their ,I Mr. and Mrs. Ken Johnson of Atlanta Ninth garde: David Carraway: MAUDE CROSS Mrs. Olive M. McCoy of Blue-
} and, Mrs. Homer Barnes, and Mr. Georgia, and her IOns, Bruce Donna Lee Collier Edna Cooper I .. field West Virginia, Is' the house
i" and Mrs. Bob Henderson. I and Reid Sears of Fort Pierce, Merry Ann Friend, Max Godfrey law.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Shirley] han Mrs. Pearl Agt.r, Mrs. N. E. Carroll Barbara Hall Robert McIntosh, Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Mock, Jr, '
a* guests her brother and sister-in- of Naples and her daughter, Anne Pell, Deborah Poteete'Judy of Jacksonville were the overnight and family and her daughter and
; law Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burk of I Miss Marian Carroll, of Fort My.en. Todd, Janice Unwin, Alien Webb musts of his parents Mr. and Mrs. son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Don
Griffin, Georgia. and Linda Wright Rupert Mock, Sr.. on Saturday. Dan] en.hlp.
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Canal Point I First Baptist Social Security I

Church PahokeeGulhrle
Baptist Church Requirements
Whatever Your Mortgage Financing -
Takes A Bigger
Lawrence Stewart, Pastor
W. Coif ard. Pastor
Be. Whether You Are
SUNDAY: SUNDAY May .
0:43 a. m.-Sunday School 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Bite Next Year
11:00 a. raj Morning Worship 11:00 a. ht-Morning Worship Buying, Building, Selling or Refinancing
6:80: m.-Training Union '
p. 6:00': p. m.-Evening Worship
,7:20 p. m.-Evening Worship will be taking a Federal And
ff:45: p. m.-Training Union Social Security At Everglades Savings
WEDNESDAY: WEDNESDAY; bigger bite from the nation's pay

7:30'p. 'm.. .Prayer. :Meeting 7:30 p. -jPrayer. Servioe. checks The current next year.payment Is 3.625 percent Loan Association You Are Assured Of


First Methodist The Methodist Church new of rate the will first be$4,800 3.85 per in pay.cent The for Fast, Fair Commitments .. .. Prompt:

Church, Pahokee Canal Point, ,FloridaEdward old-age, survivors and disability in-
Service And Low Cost.
surance plus .35 per cent for the
John A. Briley, Pastor F.:Norton, Pastor new health benefit plan. And it
SUNDAY: SUNDAY: will cover the first $6,600 of pay. f
9:45: a. m.-"Chiirch Sckuol 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School So everybody will pay more to
11:00: a. m.-:Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Social Security and those who earn Let Your SavinEsEarn
7:45 p. m.- Evening Worship 6:45 p.- m.-Evening Worship .I more than $4,800 will pay longer.

... TUESDAY: 'Maximum'' increase,fo{those who
8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society earn $6,600Jr more a year will be More.
Holy NativityEpiscopal 1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY $103 a year. .
: This isn't the end of the story. '

,, Church 7:30 p. m.-.Prayer Meeting The rate goes up again in 1967. .' V"" :
'Pahokee .. From a total of 420 per cent in -: <
-:...- 1966 to 4.40 per cent in 1967 and t : i

,,SUNDAY. Rev. William' Pickets, ,Vicar South ChristBelle Side ChurchOf '1969-72.68. And then to 4.90 per cent for 4-" pcti :); :. ::

'8:00 A. 'M.-Holy Cbhununlon Under present laws the maxi- m .
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mum tax will be 5.65 per cent in
Glade across from 1987. Increases are programmed in Payable Semi-Annually y
Bowling Alley on Rd. 80
Minimize ,
Cleaning 1973, 1976 and 1980 as well as
10.00 Bible Study
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11:00 a. m.-Morning Worahlp .

:0f" Your Stove Oven 6:80 7:30: p.p. m.m.--Wed.Evening Bible Service Study Everglades Federal

k, P "U.S. Savings Bonds

Vapor and grease deposlsts ,n Pahokee Baptist Savings And Loan Association'ACCOUNTS
the
f your oven lining are much easier have helped
to remove if you clean them off MissionRev.
,,' ,frequently.But the best way to American people to INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND

' keep your oven clean, Is to present Horace Burgner LOAN INSURANCE CORP.
patters. (Meets at the Pahokee Woman'i become a nation of

For example, minimize spatters Club)
,when roasting meat by using mod SUNDAY savers PAHOKEE: BELLE" GLADE \ ,

aerate temperatures. Miss Mary 9:45: a.. m.-Sunday School
!Todd, Palm Beach County Exten- 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Says MR. M. MorrsoB KIM81IEL,
sion Home Economist, says you'llwant 6:30 p. m.-B.T.C. President, American Bankers
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to use moderate (300 to C50 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship Association. -
"Savings Bonds have had an
degrees) 'temperatures anyway to WEDNESDAY important part in preserving a church Of Christ St. Mary's:Catholic '
retain the meat, juices and nutri- 7:30: p. m.-MIdweek Prayer way of life which rewards Individual -
ents. Service initiative. Church
,If you use foil to catch spatters, '. "Bat in additloh Savings 126 N. W. Avenue D
.' Miss Todd advises you to place Itf' Bonds have made it easy for Phone WY 6-3867 Father. Francis Fennech, Pastor
on the rack below the pan. Foil on The Pahokee Church tens ot millions of Americana to Belle Glade Fla Sunday Mass_ 11:30 a. In.
I ave for the important things SUNDAY SERVICES ';
"the oven floor might Inhibit heat Confessions before Mass
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Of The NazareneRev. in their lives."These ,10:00 a. m.-Bible Study .. .
circulation. However, some manu are the' reasons why
facturers are ,now calibrating bankers everywhere are proudof 11:00 a, m.:Evening Worship,
ovens to allow for specially made Wlllard Kllpatrick their part in the Savings 7:30 p. Worship The Church Of God 7
'foil liners. 433 Bacom Point Rd. Bonds Program .and why the WEDNESDAY Of Prophecy 'Pahokee
the Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 88a American Bankers Association T:30 p. m. Biblo Study
You don't need to pre-heat
pledges its continued support"Keep Rev. S. N. Allen
: broiler grid and'pan: when broIl- SUNDAY SERVICES: 2500 EL Main St.
ing mats or, fish. In fact ynur 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School, Pahokee
grid will be much easier to clean 1100! a. m.-Sunday Worship St. :Peter's \Lutheran
,If it's cool when you place, foods 6:30 p. m.-Juniors '
freedom In your future with 10: a. m.-feunday School
on It. 'Water placed in the pan\ be. 7:00 p. m.-Sunday EveningEvangelistic Church, Belle Glade. 11:00 a. m.'Preaching Service

low the grid Will catch. drips and Service U.S.SAVIHGS BONDS .--- 7:30p. m.-Evangelistic
prevent spattering, but it will also WEDNESDAY: August Koerbert Pastor S voce

dilute the Juices. After your food 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer 1/.8. e.......... .... 601 W. Lake Rd, Belle Glade 8:00 p. m. Tuesday W4LB.,
is broiled, remove the broiler pan meetlnlg. .f, ,.. .. "" .
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fa.ii D. e etames. p. m. Thursday
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.from the hot, oven and put it to "Where you are a" stranger butonce. .1M a.........sr.. .-. Divine SefvioM ll A. M Everyone welcome. Special

oak to make'dishwashing' easier. !: 04 saa = jer School 9:45 A:.JL nxosle and singing.. ,
Acids In m\1k,:lemons, tomatoes firs'" -
and _other food'may, harm the --. -_- _.___ ___-1__ .
Glades Baptist Church ., .
finish\ them -
on your'' range. Wipe .
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as soon as the range cools. Youcun ... "
Vp cooked-on substances Meets in Pahqke* Lions Club ._oJ ....
easily remove with BuildingStJNDAT .,,,. -
burner --
on range pans ';SCHOOIr-0:4fc: a. irs. I ,.r.. I '. I.. I

En 6'fel\ ,cleaner recommend, But that most you\manufacturers letthe P mA.GBTr4G-41l0 i'a., m. ,and t" ....4., -( .' '
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'f:30 Po '
In-
,unit tings burn .spilled food 1'jo' t _. \ i
cleaning .SUNDAY B. Y. tv-:30 p. DL .., :i ft
oft instead (If ling a '
tgeht on them. :WBD.'Pi4YEu-"p. m.. : I SWEETHEART .r ,

:Even the best oven cleaner can't -.. ', = z .. j i ,, .../
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easily remove spills that have been Church Of'GorJj fE
neglected and allowed to bake on, LAMES W. MsG1 s Y '

fusing themselves to the oven lin Barfield Highway: DRINKS WIY i iAt
at Mit.K ,
ing. To keep oven maintenance .
a-tnlni 1wn. keep an oven cleaner Pahokee, P1&. 1r3 TOO ,
handy for fepOt treatment immediately A. L. Stone, Minister ,
.: after the oven cools. Phone 921-736) '- MARgARET' 'vo 5E sJm' "p
-v" "' Read the directions on then com SUNDAY: $W6UMIINn 'c} 'f \ j i

merclally'prepared own cleaners I 6:45: a. m,-Sunday School
before you buy them, Buy ,the one 11:00: a. .-Morning Wotfihtji
designed for the type of oven liner I 7.00 p. m.-Evangelistic Ser. .
'(', j you have. Because some cleaners viceTUESDAY 'I' ky
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(:" :, are dangerous around heat 'andlames I : r

either avoid using them; 7:30 p. m. Youth for Christ. -
',. with gas ranges 'or turn tile pilot i i'l Service :
light off while you clean the stovo. i. "-
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,Also, Miss Todd warns that coarse First Baptist .
abrasives will scratch the lining _
surface of your oven. Church, Canal PointRev. \ ,
Some of the manufacturers' derelopments -

l""; ,to simplify oven cleanIng James Harrlson ,
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are pull-out ovens, pull-out SUNDAY: SOUTHEAST FLORIDA DAIRY INSTITUTE SALUTES )
> ; panels on all"sides,+ disposable foil! 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School ;
J' .liners! ,eillcohe sprays ,applied! 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship '. NATIONAL RESTAURANT MONTH '*
, 'after cleaning, teflon linings and: 6:30 p. m.-B. T.,C. 'Tin Gnttta Ct taJbf Ufoetf JtktS Hi Ftmffy OW T. Ea&- -
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Jim 'Maynor Runs I area Beach of County equalizing, especially the tax in.burden the

If PERSONAL NEWS : NOTESMr : during the next few years. Now for

For Legislative the where first a 'majority time the of urban the people areas e s

live will have a real voice in the
--' Senate Seat affairs of the State of Florida.

atjd Mrs. James Gibson and J. Wd.Jones of Albermarle, North I I would like to be able to partici-

\ daughter, Jamie, are the guests of Carolina, is the guest of his mother pate in this."

her father )It. Woodward, in Alabama Mrs. C. B. Jones and brother, Jim Maynor of Lake Clarke Maynor added that he feels that
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., this feek. Alton Jones in Canal Point. the Florida Legislature is top
Shores, West Palm Beach, who is
Mrs. Grady Boynton has been Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wroten spent !heavy with representatives from
the guest of her daughter and son- the Christmas weekend with' their Dean of Boys at Palm Beach High two or three professional categories

in-law; Mr. ,nd Mrs. Max Beverly, son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and School and was 'a close contender and he feels that there is real need

in Octlochnee, Georgia, this past Mrs. Grady Smith and family in for the House of Representativesin I for representation from all seg-

week, Leesburg. the last election, announced ments of the population. TtTTy ;
of Monday that he is a candidate for ..
Mr: and Jtrs. Joseph Snyder Miss Kathleen Spencer of Coral I --
the 49th seat in the State Senate
New York, were the
j, Syracuse Gables spent the Christmas
Christmas holiday guests of their in 1966. This l is a two year seat COCOA VISITORS
end as the guest of her week-I
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cousins Miss Jane Plumer and Mr. Mr.c and Mrs. Jack Spencer epassage J
Mrs. David and daughter,
Ramey
and Mrs. William Plumer, both of family in Pahokee.' act of the State Legislature y
in 1965. accompanied by her, sister, Miss
Pahokee. Mr. and ])Irs. ,Clarence Maxwellwere <
I returned to
Mock have
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Mrs. Sam McKinstry, Sr., andMiss Maynor says, am
the Christmas of their
the guests being drafted for the job, I have her homo in Cocoa after a visit with
Penny McKinstry' were and 1 son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and bee nassured by ,many of the fine her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rupert
recent gUest of her daughter Mrs. Dale Maxwell, Lowell Fla.
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Mock, and other relatives. Miss
citizens of this county of their sup-
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family, Mr- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Story and
port and I have had numerous re- Mock plans to return to Pahokee
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man children were the Christmas day
i Mr. and Mrs.J. C. Crews and son, guests of her parents, Mr. and quests each week' since the past this weekend. .
of Seneca South .Carolina, election to run for public office.
Mike ,
Mrs. J. E. Burns, in Orlando.
Mrs. Lon :Wilson had Christmas
were the Christmas Day guests of The overthrow of the rural or"porkchop" as
A/lc and Mrs. Wayne Unwin and her son-in-law and
Mr. and Mts- Donald B. Kepp in bloc in the Legislature will guests
Canal Point. children, ,Michael, Michela and mean much to Florida's most popu- daughter Mr. and Mrs. B. Elliott

Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Maxson are Tommy, of Valdosta, Georgia, were lous"counties. and daughters, Lonna and Lora, of

expected to return from Big Water, the guests this past week of his "This is important to us in Palm Hendersonville, North Carolina.
parents, Mr. and Mrs, H. E. 'Un-
Texas this weekend, where they win, in Pahokee.Mr. .

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Mrs. C. P. Williamson, in Tampa.
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Lee Wroten were her brother and y t
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pledge and law of the pack.
Denmothers and co-leaders were .'-4':
introduced as follows: Den One, \
Mrs. D. B. Watkins, den mother; .
Mrs. L. D. Duke, assistant; Mrs.i
J. O Goodman* and Mrs James El- In Florida,

rod, co-workers; Den Two, Mrs.
Wayne Burdeshaw, den mother; after golf _
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The Rardin :Building. In C nal Point FloridaTHE i' Burdegliaw, Ricky ;Watkins, William
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LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF I'rod, Norman Aarons Rod Parker, .
Danny Burdeshaw, Ricky Norwood, C
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing Phillip Cook, John W. Massey, John, .4'I
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the Lake Okecchobee Farming Region Without Wood, Gary Gillis, Mike Brown and I I I
Interruption Every Week for 40 Years Dennis Guthrie.Dedications.
Established March 11, 1924 Published Every FridayAt 1. ':
Canal Point, Florida 33438 Held : : I .__:.:

Volume 41 Number 41 December 31, 19M
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Subscription Price. 2.00 Year In Advance I depicts )2< shields showing each disciple's After a hard-played 18 holes it's good to

I vocation, was dedicated to down oft chair in the club
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher I the late Otto R. Bleech, First Senior settle on a ?

I Warden of the church, on December house and add up the score with friends.

623 Holds troduction of committees was as 12 at the 8 a.m. mass. What better time for the drink that scores with
Troop follows: : N. R. Norman: chairman; I The'brass altar vases given bvMr.
I James Elrod, treasurer,; John, W .and Mrs._ Sam McKIstry, Jr, almost every golfer-cool, thirst-quenching beer
FackMeeting Massey, secretary and D. B. Wat-- were dedicated to the late Ross Yes, beer's great to'relax with, great for refresh.
I kins, public relations. Bleech, Lt. USNR.
mcnt, great for taste. So whatever your sport-
I Paul Cooks, den chief for Den 2 The prayer desk, given by Mrs.
gave the pledge and the law of the 3. R. Bleech, which has been in her boating or baseball-swimming or tennis-relax
The first pack meeting of Troop pack. Cubmaster Burdeshaw talkedto family for three generations, was forwards with the zestful taste of beer.
423, Gulf Stream Council, was held
the boys about advance throughthe dedicated to her-mother, Mrs. Mary
Friday, December 17, at the Lions
Club. The program, led by Cub- ranks while they are Cub Williamson Harmon., Bishop Dun UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. @
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Pqe &t The Everglades,New, Canal Point, Florida Friday, Decem> ..sIr..1985'
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-Lake Shore NamesJ. Herman I Non.OP INTENTION-TO! !
Phone Bills Down Dyess REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME


Seven Per Cent ) ,. M. Herring Pres. Passes AwayFuneral undersigned Notice i.,hereby under given the provisionsof that the I

Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, !
On Next BillingGood BIRTHS Acts of 1941, will register with the \
Lake Shore Growers Cooperative services for Berman C.:: 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and' !
of Belle Glade announces the an- Dyess, 65, of Pahokee who died for Palm Beach County, Florida,
from Mr. and,Mrs. Frank Sganga of nual election of Directors and of- Wednesday afternoon, will be held!I'upon receipt of proof of publicationof
news the phone .company New Smyrna Beach announce the ficers for 1985-66 fiscal year. The at the Canal Point Baptist church I,I this notice, the fictitious name,
When Glades folks receive
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birth of a son or. December 28. following directors were elected: at 10 a.m. today. Burial will be at j to-wit:
their bill there will be
next a reduction -
in Maternal grandparents are Mr.\ and James M. Herring, Otto Larsen, Hickock cemetery at Green Cove' Associated Building Maintenance
of shown
the total figures seven Compared percent with the Mrs. Frank O'Connell of Canal George Kohl, and S. N. Knight, Jr. Springs, FlaSurvivors i I' 3699 Cocoanut Drive .
previous month. The facts and Point. . They will serve with the holdover include his widow,! Lake Worth, Florida,
ures come from Charlie fig-I directors who are S. N. Knight, Sr., Myrtice; his mother, Mrs. Hattie under which I am engaged in
local manager of the phone Bolands Celebrate R.. E. Watson: and M. W. Wilder. Golphin of. Olustee and three sis business in Lake Worth, Palm
p ny. lie has tHe following to say The directors met December 15 ters, Mrs, B. B. Adams of Jacksonville -. Beach r County, Florida. That the
at which time officers were electedby Mrs. Cooper McDonald of
about the new bills: party interested in said business is
Your monthly tab for phone 50th Anniversary the"Board.. James M. Herringwas Lake City and Mrs. Roy Couey of i A. T. (AI) Douglass. That the firm
service will not be as much in the elected president,I R. E. Wat- Olustee. name is Associated Building Main
I -- son vice president and S. N. Knight,
new year, thanks to the reductionin Wetherington Funeral Home is tenance.
excise tax on this service. The Approximately 100 friends attended Sr., secretary and treasurer.:; in charge_..of_..arrangements.._.. To be published once a week for
reduction is the result of the excise I the 60th Wedding Anniversary The new president) is one of .d -- four successive weeks in a newspaper -
revision law signed this, past sum- of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Bolandon thdse rare individuals that was Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Smith returned of general circulation in
mer by President Johnson. This Christmas, Day. The open house born in the Everglades of Florida. to their home in, Canal Palm Beach County.
rr law reciuces-and eventually will was given by the Boland children, He is 33 years old, one of the group Point Sunday from Tifton, Georgia Pub.: December 10,. 17, 24, 31, 1965
eliminate-the federal excise tax Mr. and Mrs. Fred Griffith, West of younger growers that is makinga where they were called by the
onv all local and distance tele- name for themselves. He is vice ------ -
long Palm Beach; Mr.\ and Mrs. B. R. serious illness of his mother, Mrs.
phone service. Boland, Jr., Columbus, Georgia; president and general manager ofFlava Lula Smith.PRINCE.
"The first and biggest portion of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Boland, Ath. Farms, a 1900-acre oper-
the reduction-the cut from 10 to ens, Georgia; Mr. and Mrs.Tom Bo ation. Thurmond W. KightREALTOR
3.Jercent-is the one effective Jan- land, Waycross, Georgia; Mr. and He attended school in Belle Glade 1' !'7\iI, t i! '!i7\ I
nary 1. An additional one percent Mrs. Glenn Boland, West Palm before going to the University of
will be removed each January there- Beach; Otis Boland, Miami and Florida at Gainesville, where he THEATRE I -:-
after until the tax is eliminated in Jack Boland of West Palm Beach. graduated from the College of Ag-
1969." Also present were granddaughtersand riculture. PAIIOKEE, FLA.
According to Mr. Leonard, the their husbands, Mr. and Mrs. Outside of his farm and cooper-
next telephone bills received in Norman Powers, Columbus, Geor- ative circles, he served as presidentof SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAI I.
this area will reflect this reduction. gia and Mrs. Henry Etheredge of the ,Palm Beach ,Cattlemen's
You, the customer, will receive the Albany, Georgia. Association and is now a director. January 2,3,4"RETURN
total benefit' of the reduction. Christmas decorations were used lIe served as director of the Florida II"0
..I throughout the Boland home'' and Cattlemen's Association; a 'director FROM -
the table was laid with white lace of Everglades Farm Bureau and U1ICN YOU ARE READY TO
DINNER PARTYMr. over red, featuring a' three-tier Community Committeemen of the BUY OR SELL YOUR FARM
and Mrs. Harry B. Elarbee anniversary cake with a coffee Agricultural Stabilization Com- THE ASHES"Starring OR ACREAGE, CALL "COUS. I
entertained with a dinner party on service 'on one side, and a crystal mittee.r------, +...--- IN THURMOND".
Thursday night, December 23. At- punch' bowl on the other. > '- -
tending*were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Serving were Mrs* Boland's sister Mr. and Mrs. JM. H. Mulkey, Jr.,I PHONE. : 844-1853,
Berry, Mr ,and Mrs. Dick Korbly, Mrs. H. P. Webb of West Palm of Perry, Georgia, were the Christmas Maximilian Schcll P. O. BOX 11207,
Mr. and Mrs. Don Griffith and Mr. Beach, Mrs. Norman Powers and guests,of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. NORTH PALM BEACH
and Mrs. Albert Gamot. Mrs. Glenn Boland. Mrs. Bolandwas Vann Of Pahokee.; The Mulkeys Ingrid Thulin FLORIDA
ji, r""" presented ''a white orchid cor- were' accompanied by their daugh-
IN TAMPA HOSPITAL sage from her children.CLASSIFIED ters, Twila and! Selena. \7.-'Tj; :: :r-- 1 -
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Lynn 'Elarbee, former Pahokee
resident,. is a patient at Osteopa-
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