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: February 28, 1964
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).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00376
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Council Of Pahokee Paul Rardin Seeks ReelectionTo Favorable Jaycee RequestTwo AnswerTo Bids Too High On

Will Ask SRD For requests from the Pahokee Road Job So County

Road ImprovementMembers Palm Beach County BoardCounty I airport Jaycees favorable at for action Pahokee use of Monday the were county's by given the Will Do The WorkThe

county commission at the requestof

of the Pahokee City ''Commision Vice Chair- my experience as a former state Commissioner Paul Rardin of county commission this
Council in regular meeting Mon-
voted to man Paul Rardin of Canal Point legislator, at'which time I became Canal Point. week rejected two bids for Improvement -
day night unanimously thoroughly acquainted with the The Jaycees asked use of the of a road intersectionin
ask the State Road Department in said last night that he' will be a
passing of laws under which the port for an airshow and seminar the Glades and authorized that

Fort Lauderdale to make Improve- candidate for re-election in the up- county board operates, and my to be held March 14 and 15 and the work be done by county em-
Main Street from Lake
ments on coming primary election on May years of experience as a servant of for the annual Harvest Festival ployees.
to the north '
Avenue in Pahokee 5. Com. Rardin represents the the taxpayers of Palm Beach to be held April 16 thru 10. .. The project was improvement of

city limits. Fifth commissioner's district of County on the county copimission. "- an intersection of SR 15 and the

Type of improvement was left Palm Beach County which is com- After due consideration of these Bryant Sugar Mill, Road. The two

up to the State Road Department prised of all the area west of I matters I shall be grateful to one Building Permit Is bids received ranged as high as
because will have the final
they Twenty-Mile Bend. He is a Dem I and all who see fit to cast their lot four times the estimated cost of

say Paul anyhow.Rardin County was Commissioner an invited- ocrat. in behalf of my candidacy to reelection Issued To A&P Co.Keen $3,300

The Glades Commissioner is on May 5." Commissioner Paul Rardin sug-
guest at the Council meeting and
serving his fifth four-year term on The Glades commissioner has gested the county do the work and
the Council asked him to see that
the work the county board and was reelected I been honored many times duringhis Real Estate anl1ounc11Wednesday reject the bids.
the resolution requesting
be taken to the SRD meeting in four years ago without opposI- political l career with honors that the City of Paho- In another set, of bids, Cleary

March. tion from his own party Democratic from high places, such as being kee has issued a building permitfor Brothers Construction Co., West

Asked about street Improve- -or the Republican part chosen unanimously to be president a new Atlantic and Pacific Tea Palm Beach, 'appeared to be the.

and Com. Rardin has served as chair- of the State Asoclation of Company store to be erected in low bidder for construction of I abridge
ments In Pahokee the state
told man of the board three times and County Commissioners, a memberof Pahokee on a lot across from tho over a drainage canal on
Com. Rardin of
county, pro-
construction of Larrimore the first of this year was named the roads and highways committee Elks. Club.V. the Old' Dixie Highway between

Road posed from the Pure Oil Station vice chairman of the commission of the National Association of \ G. Lassiter and Company of Delray Bench and Boca Rnton.

north to the railroad. Condemnation which is controlled by three Re- County Officials, president of the West Palm Beach are the contractors Cleary Brothers price was $58-

proceedings are now under- publican members. He is in line for Pahokee Rotary Club and many :Mrs. Keen said. The permit, 810.15-.lowest of eight bids. *

the chairmanship next year. others. Asked recently which hon including the building and paving, Funds for the project will be
on plans to secure rightofway -
way for this project, the commissioner Through the years Cbm. Rardin or he cherished most highly, the amounts to $110,000.00.Contractor paid by the Central and South:
has served the people of the coun- i commissioner beamed and said: Lassiter told The Florida Flood Control District.
> widely heralded Improvement ty, he said he had been an ardent "The might that Mrs. Rardin and I Everglades News that test piling .

in the immediate future supporter of movements for pro- I I were' made life members of the were driven on Wednesday of thin :

is the rebuilding of Rardin gressive growth of the' area he Canal Point Parent-Teachers Association week and that actual constructiof Winn-Dixie GroupOn

Avenue from Bacom Point Roast represents and the; entire county I ''by 'unanimous vote of should get underway 'not later

h t.hroughthe'Negro: section.to*Fifth' aa, well. Roads are'"of prime im- our friends and neighbors." than the middle of next week. Glades Visit
in. the Glades
Street where the road will turn to portance area no'vthat ... .. .. .,
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sugar cane has become one I
approach the, old Belle' GladeRoad.
of the The commis-
major crops.
This street and Larrimore Pahokee Marches A of Winn-Dixie
Onward grocery
sioner pointed out that he has secured I group
Road will be built on a 60-foot for the fifth district many people were in the Glades last

right-of-way with curb and gutter farm-to-market county roads and week to see and gather first hand

and sidewalks, Com. Rardin pointed information in to produc-
several more are either In the' process With Vote In regard
out. Both streets'wil1 be vast Whopping
of planning or ready for bids tion and harvesting of winter veg

improvements over existing streets to be received for construction.Com. etables. Winn-Dixie, owners of

serving the two areas. Rardin was chairman of Kwik Chek Stores are large buy-
Bacom Point Road from the Favor Sanitary SewersThe of Glades vegetables, accord-
for the board when the people of the ers
city park southward one mile I county issued an ultimatum ing ,to, Bill Drown who represents,
will also be in the state- '
I .1.0..1.0....&UU6.. a s t r aw ballot t o 1 savePalm ; the concern locally.
county program, the commissioner Beach International Airport City of Pahokee seems to works improvements. Last Friday the group flew

told the councilmen. The new where it is and improve it. He said have hit its stride after many -Authorized Daytona Beach Into the Pahokee airport and were

mile of 'street will be patterned he has followed this dIrective' anda years of sleeping while other cities' waterworks engineers Russell and met there with cars for the Glades'

after the present Bacom Point few months ago was the prime progressed with the jet age' This Axon to proceed with advertise- inspection. J. A. Adams, who is In
road in front of the post pffice.
mover of motions to start com- week the City took another forward ment for the installation of sewer charge of all perishables for Winn-

plete rehabilitation of the airportand step when its citizens auth- lines on Rardin Avenue. The coun- Dixie, was among those coming.

Frost Kills Corn to construct a new terminalto orized the Council through a straw cil wants lines installed there be- Others were: J. C. Koon charge

replace the inadequate one at vote to install sanitary sewers for the county begins its proposed of all produce and eight merchandisers -
PBIA today.In This move has been,made by other improvements of the Avenue. representing the eight ware,

Early Monday A. M. commenting, upon his candi- cities dozens and dozens of years -Awarded a one-year contractfor houses scattered. throughout the ;'

dacy for re-election Com. Rardin ,ago. the operation of Pahokee Ha-- southeast.
paid: "I honestly believe that 'my Only one-fourth of the qualified bor and Breakwater concession In the group were others such as
One of those unexpected frosts
experience on' the county board is voters went to the polls Tuesdaybut stands to Mrs. Tochie Berry., the carlot, buyer, the citrus ,buyer;,'
into the Glades
slipped farming important. factor of my' candi- their overwhelming vote in y- and three;produce ,transportation;. .

if. : area; bright and ,early Monday; dacy for re-election. ,I know the favor of the sewers told the world specialists. '.. -, '
and took its toll of tender
morning! needs of the Glades section of that Pahokee is now'on the marchto Pahokee Dock Will The entire group visited the
'Many hundreds of ,
if sweet corn. deveEl'ta Palm Beach County, a=d those a progressive future. Out of Duda celery:, operation, the Sam ,
before the
of '
acres corn who have followed my career In 349 votes cast there were 311 In Senter. radish operation, and returned -'
killing frost. Get Aid From The
On ting the Townsite in Canal Point politics know that I have always favor of the movement. Now, the : to the Lake Okeechobee* .

fought for those things which th a Council can proceed with the as- Farmers Cooperative in Canal

ice formed on windshields for the area rightfully deserves. Roads!, surance that the citizens are behind Port Of Palm BeachIf Point where local producers had
second time in the past quarter of
bridges, Glades Office Building, the movement. prepared a display of Glades products -
At home it was
a century. one county barn, two health depart- Immediately after the polls clos- for their inspection. A picnic
kettle of hot .
water necessary to melt to get the ice a on the wind- ment buildings, parks and genuine ed, the City Council held a special plans perfected on Wednesdayof lunch was enjoyed on the Lofcoop ".

windshield consideration of county problemshave meeting, to receive the ''referendum this week work out, the Paho- .1. platform.
before the !
shield all been foremost in my retttrneDuring the meeting, council kee Doc'k will get some material During the afternoon other Inspections -
one car.
would work on
thoughts and accomplishments : 'assistance from the Port of Palm were made before the i
taken mostof '
Fast action was "Sick and indigent of the coun- -Made: a motion to start validating Beach in rehabilitating the present group took their plane to Pompano
the corn the growers.frost discs Early wer ty have always been given their procedures for the $1,370- dock for future use by those who where they made like Inspections

morning of later fair share of consideration and 000 worth of bonds they will Issue wish to ship by barge from this before proceeding to Homestead:! ?
busy discing up corn of the fields care by our board. Today we are for the construction and Installation area. This possible assistance was I Saturday for further' visitation .)f'
afternoon some
completing the first increment ofa of a ,sewer treatment plant talked about when two port farm area*;.

had been replanted. Maybe thous- many-phase hospital at the distribution lines and, fqj- water- missioners and Port Manager .
ands of acres of corn will come in
County Home location and it will cox visited Pahokee com-I MLSS HARRINGTON NAMKI"Word' >
the time this spring. <
at that won't same be good for the price. ,be dedicated in a few days. This GOES TO ILLINOISMrs. Present plans call for the has been recevod by Mr. ,

new hospital for the unfortunate, Cleve Cruthird left Tues of Palm Beach to erect a retain- and Mrs. A. R. Harrington of Ca- i

FILLING STATION Site for two children's homes and,the coun- day, February 18 to attend the ing wall and for the contractor on nal Point that their! daughter

lease on Muck City Road between ty home for the aged :and 'Infirm funeral of her sister. Mrs. W. D. the dike work to fill in behind it Janette, was elected secretary of

Streamline Quarters and ;, occupy a great deal of the board's Bate (Helen) in Brighton. III. for a distance of 200 feet north of the State Methodist Student

Conners Highway. Ideal locationfor time and I am happy to be able to Mrs. Bates passed away on February the present dock. ,The basin will Movement at their conferenco this

service station and small rest- be of service to'those who are unable '23. She is survived by her husband be deepened so that barges can weekend in Leesburg. Miss Har- '

aurant. For full particulars jet in to look out for themselves."In W. D. Bates,, two daughters enter, load and leave without rington attended the conference as

touch with Paul Rardin Canal placing my candidacy for and one son one brother, Robert scraping bottom. The plan is a one of the representatives of the .

Point, Via., or phone 924-2661: between re-election before the people of the Hayes of Alton HL and one sister, good one, and will be a great help Wesleyan foundation at FSU in'

8 a. m. and 5 p. m. county X ask that they consider Mrs. Cleve Cruthird, Pahokee. when successfully concluded. Tallahi.s ....


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v.,"',. :- i-- 'New Emblem PlanO FLORIDA facts

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11M1BI. The Federal::'Land};Bank Association -

'of, Miami. and the. Farmers, .
: Production Credit Association will I

I put new coroprate!; : identification; ( ;

e emblems into tree' on March, 1, ac. J_

cording to announcement by Cha3 s

B. Long, Jr., manager of the j

The Rardin Building Canal Point Florida FLBA.- and PCA.
: : On' the same day. other organizations -

THE E'OKEECHOBEE"REOIONHO: !, OFT: of, the:;Farm'Credit System

throughout the nation will also put r ;,

THE, EVERGLADES: NEWS, the new corporate identification'
pr}ogam into eftefct. These- include: SOME or FLORIDA'S....
Serving the Lako'Okeechobee Farming Region Without Federal 'Land Ba'nks and Federal FRUITS 4
Interruption Every Week''for Nearly'40'Yeart Land Bank Association, Federal OUTSTANDING
Intermediate Credit Banks and
Established March 11,1924 Published Every Friday. : KING
Production Credit, Associations, HYBRIDS. !
SubWripfitm.. Pricfe $2.00. Year In. Advance. . and Banks for Cooperatives. Farmers ORANGES AND THE'MURCO T'HONEY ORANGE.

The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office ', and their cooperatives borrow

In Canal 'Poiut. Florida,-as.Second Class :Matter $5.6 billion a year through this
system.The While Florida. .
Paul. Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher new Federal Land Bank ENJOYS A VIRTUAL {{N:
Association emblem is a deep blue
oval, the new' Production Credit
) Association emblem Is a brilliant CITRUS TYPES, ANOTHEROF ...,, ,_ i
I Here IsWhat' Transpired At Monday'e'Meeting ... ,
red oval, and the Banks for Cooperatives ITS PRODUCTS, --

Of The Palm Beach, will be identified by a PHOSPHATE FACES MM W t 4LZ"
metallic gold. oval. KEEN COMPETITION ; I
The" overall emblem for the 4Q '
County CommissionA FROM TENNESSEE; ,, L
Farm Credit System is also an SEVERAL WESTERN "
oval. The pillars of its illustration
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represent the three banking
circuit court suit in which thecounty road and bridge fund to the air groups, thereof signifies the uniting NTRIES.
seeks to' upset a legislative port fund In payment of right of service objective, and the solid
act providing that Lake'' Okeecho- way needed to four-lane Belvedere foundalon symbolizes the' strong .
bee be split among five bordering Road adjacent to Palm Beach In. financial base of the system. The "-

countys, is underway this week' at ternational Airport. oval of this emblem,is enclosed by Busy Schedule For r-
Tallahassee.The Adopted a, resolution authoriz- the words, "Farm Credit Service." '
trial started Wednesday, and ing agreements to be made with "Up to the present' Mr. Long Co. Commissioners 'LOCALS.
was expected to be completed by municipalities for the county to said, "banks and associations of -
the end of' the week. act as coordinator for future plan- the system have used a variety of County Commissioners this week .1 I
Witnesses scheduled''' to' be1 called ning programs undertaken by the emblems.-As a result there was are facing a busy schedule of con- (j-
by the county included Engineer communities. little indication that our institutions ferences involving county affairs, }
George ,Brockway, West Palm Heard that the Seaboard- Rail- are related and have'closely a schedule that will carry over
:Beach" and Engineer W. Turner road plans to improve a grade correlated purposes, objectives, into March.
Wallis' Tallahassee; st teSen.. crossing-the Lake Ida; crossing. and goals. Actually,. this close relationship On the agenda this week was an Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Abbott
Ralph Blank, and Rep. Emmett near Delray Beach. is the source of muchof administrative' session with the were the recent'guests of Mr. and
Roberts. Cut back a $15,000 budget for our strength in providing sound board members slated to discussa Mrs. Claude Shirley before'return..
County Attorney Harry Johnston volunteer, fire department to $12- credit for farmers." variety of airport activities ing to their home' in Rockford,"
t. Monday, was given auth 500 the amount which can be leg Behind these emblems ars re- which included a discussion of construction :: Ohio: While here they accompanied
orlty to call any other witnesses ally committed to aid. the fire m'arkibecredit:* ( institutions, deep- plans for a new'terminal. the' Shirleys to Palm Beach Gard
to present the: county'scase. fighters. ens for the PGA tournament.
necessary : ly rooted in the history of American On' March 5th the board is sche-
Approved the,bond of :J. Leroy
agriculture The farmer-own-
duled to'meet' at the airport with Mr. ,
and Mrs.
In other action this week the Croft, Delray Beach, who has been i ed Federal Land Bank Associations George Ramey
airline representatives-again fora have as guests for the remainderof
commissioner for the
county board: named a have served farmers for 47
discussion on the terminal.
the winter season Mr. and
Transferred $10OOO from the Southeastern Hospital District. with
years long-term (land bank
On March 11, Commission Chairman .Mrs. Arthur Marsh of Fontana.
loans to refinance debts'and pur- Edward Bandlow has called Kan.
Trucks And Buses chase'and improve farms The an administrative session at which ,
Miss Florida To
Federal Intermediate Credit. time the commission will set out Bobby Barnes, son of Mr, and
To Canada FreeTALLAHASSEE Banks, established in 1923 supply projects for the 1964-65 road pro- Mrs. Wallace Barnes is recupe-
Be Chosen For 1964Can loan funds for local farmer-owned gram.A rating after an emergency appen-
Florida and Production Credit Associations.The week later the primary and dectomy performed Sunday at
the// Canadian province of Alberta Production Credit Associa- secondary road prog-am will be Everglades Memorial Hospital. .
have signed an agreement that Canal Point provide a Miss. tions make short-term 'productionloans taken to Ft. Lauderdale for pres-
oitens the borders of each to the Florida or possibly Miss America and intermediate-term loans entation to the State Road Depart, Mrs. Elizabeth Powers of New
trucks and buses of the other If so. it would be an historic as for capital purposes to farmers, ment. Kensington< Pa., Is the guest of
Chairman 'Ed Mason of the Florida well as a magnificent victory, for and the Banks for Cooperatives Because of the Ft. Lauderdala her cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Public Utilities Commission not since the famed Miss America provide specialized credit serviceto meeting, the commission this week Kennedy.

has announced. pageant was begun in 1921, no farmer-owned cooperatives. set their time of their regular Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sanders were
lIt is the first such arrangement Florida girl has ever been crown- Funds loaned by the banks and commission meeting on March 23 the weekend guests of her parents
between Florida and a foreign associations are obtained by the for 9:30: a. m. in order to make the Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Humphreys.
province Mason said. But Florida ed.A Canal Point girl not under' 18 banks from the sale of bonds and afternoon conference with road They returned to their home in
lifts such agreements' with 33 (as of Sept. 1)) nor older than 28, debentures on the public market to board officials. /J Miami Sunday.
atates. deslrtous of entering the Palm private Investors. In addition and at times not yet
All fees and taxes, except ,regular Beach County contest for the Miss The Federal Land Bank Associ announced the county board mem- Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.
license and fuel taxes are Florida should write to Pageant, ation of Miami was founded In bers are planning to meet with Charles Stokes' were 'Mr. and Mrs.
waived, Mason said under terms'* Box 3588, Lantana, Fla., or. tele- 1917. Today it has 48 members West Palm Beach officials for a James 'Thawley of Melford, Del.,
or the arrangement. Trucks carrying phone S85-1707. and has 3465000.00 in loans out- discussion of mutual road building and Mr. and Mrs. James Larrimoreof

Florida produce and 'pro The Lake Worth Civitan Club, standing.The programs. Another conference is Burrsvllle Md. -
ducts have been subject to Al Everett Nowlen, President is sponsoring Federal Land Bank Asso- to be scheduled to consider the ... . -
b rta's' taxes, sometimes amounting the 1964 Miss Palm Beach ciation of Miami along with''' 45 possibility of adding an additional IN THE IIOSPITAL .
to several hundred dollars on 'County event, with Lowell Bailey other associations in Florida, Georgia story to' the Health and Welfare Mrs. Lillie Mae Is
Galloway a
single vehicle and' 'taxes 'North Carolina and South to
mileage Lantana photographer as pageant building provide more office patient at Everglades Memorial
have been charged to Alberta director and Civitan general chair Carolina own and act as agent for space for county activities housedIn Hospital virus
The Federal Land Bank of Colum suffering from a I
truckers operating in Florida. said the building.
man. Bailey a few sponsor- Infection and bruises on her head
The arrangement. ; which wasfirst ships of girls are still open for bia.The - and shoulder caused from a fall
approved 'by the Motor Vehicle clubs, organizations or businesses Farmers Production Credit CLASSIFIED ADS IN THESIS after she fainted at
her home
Commission; the' State Road i desiring to assist -an entrant: A I Association and 76 other associations COLUMNS PAY BIO DIVIDENDS Indiantown road on
Cfept., and the Public<, Utilities field of some 25 contenders for the in the same four-state area

Commission, waa signed by Gov.;' title Is expected in the contest are 'served by the Federal Inter- ----------
Bryant and Alberta's Minister of scheduled April 5-6 for the Royal mediate Credit Bank of Columbia.The .
Highways Gordon E. Taylbr. Poinciana Playhouse, Palm Beach. Farmers PCA was established -
Trucks taking 'produce and the .- In' 1933. Today, it has 469 ALL
products of Florida industry into CLASSIFIED ADS PAY members and has $12,5OOOOO.OO in
market areas benefit especially BIO DIVIDENDS loans outstanding. Area farmers YOU at the
from: reciprocal' agreements, Ma- borrowed $15 million from the association ;. .
son' said. "This is our first success in 1963. FabulousMil
in Canada," he continued. "We Nationally, nearly 380.OOO farmers 5e "
hope that the Alberta arrange- have loans outstanding from ::1 ; Hew -
ment will be. followed by several SCHOOL'SOPEN the Federal Land Banks throughthe e z rt' PALM BEACH KtEL CUR'5'
others. 756 Federal Land Bank Associations -
. for over $3 billion.; Farmers .
WARREN APPOINTED! : borow $3.6 billion a year in short a NITELYEXCEPT,

County Commissioner George and Intermediate-term' credit from 'i-:': SUNDAY
Warren, Delray Beach, was nam- the 484 PeAs in the nation. s' THRU .
ed Monday to be' the* commission's "Our new corporate identification -
representative on the board of directors Drive program will become a nationally APR. 22

for the Palm Beach County known farmer-owned trade- 4 -
Tuberculosis and Health Associa- 'mark," Mr. Long pointed out. "It MATINEE'SATURDAYS ''
tion. Carefully < reflects our modernization in farm
;\ credit methods to keep pace'''with .+ 2 PM .
Miss Nina Moon has returned to -S.- theneeds of modern i farming in 1tOIIUr j nrwaat. 1fOS 11poRa Ol/NO COIIIPSf',

her: borne Atlanta,'Oat. after a this community." '
visit with her cousins, Mrs. Mat- (i rr e / ... . .- WtST ON MLVEDERcl'Ltml ,
tie Chastaln and Mr. and Mrs. E. 1 Mrs. O. B. McClure \1s a patient r KENNCL. :
Zj. Pope. isB in the local hospital.

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.. 10 Q:.How does the new 3%% Interest rate benefit me? check every six months for the life of ,the Bond. ..*.
.,0. A: With Series E Bonds the rate turns $18.76 into You buy E Bonds at 76% of face value and 'the '., ..!,
...::. .. "' $25.00 fourteen months; faster than the old rate. interest accumulates,maturity. H Bonds wild , ,." c ..
income for Jiving while E Bonds ,
'i '" Your savings increase faster because your Bonds expenses ; .i-
:' mature.in just 7 years, 9 months. nest egg,for' &future. That's: why many retired rtf .: . i'y' .
v people,hold H'Bonds and saving for .
"* families ; say achild's It V!' .A'"
.h With Series H Bonds the
10-year maturity period :
: education, buy E Bon a. ,
*;;:; stays the.same but more interest is paid you:'each : :, oC..,
':, months.With both.E and H Bonds the!'new rate Q: In what denominations can I buy series E and seriesH .,+ 'y' .', >
.., .. :'t"-. works out to 2 3 %for'the first'year and a half then .Bonds? I. ,"" ', .!; .. .. .
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Q: When did the new rate become effective? (cost $75.00), $200 (cost $150.00), $500 :'" fir: : .. ..:*
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February 28, 1964
I 11 Four The Everglades News. Canal- Point, Florida .

t rr, I II Surprise Shower By

Rainbow Girls I OES For Mrs. FriendAt

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} g o 3rR' .u: Receive FiveA the February meeting of the

at a: Pahokee OES Chapter 184, Orderof
BIRTHS the Eastern Star Mrs. Adeline
class of five candidates was Wroten, retiring worthy matron

fntitlated into the Order of Rain- and H. H. Sears, outgoing worthy
: bow for Girls at the regular meet- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kelley patron, conducted the meeting aft-
.. ing of the Pahokee Assembly held Willis of South Bay announce the er which Mrs. Wroten presentedeach
3r_ in the Masonic Hall conducted by birth of a daughter, Crice, born of the officers, who had served -
21. i I
the new worthy advisor, :Miss Mary February I with her, a gift.A .
Lee Adams. _' Mr. and Mrs. Rolando Decerana I surprise personal shower for
I fk birth of
Initiated were Miss Sadie Weeks, 'Of Pahokee announce I I :Mrs. Etta Mae Friend was,held it
Alina Roxana, born .
Miss Jackie Weeks, Miss Judy a daughter the close of the meeting. Mrs. Jennie -
Todd Miss Sharon Hatton and February 21. McKinstry and Mrs. Ruth V.
: Miss Wanda Gail Sims.A Mr. and Mrs. Charles Luke Meredith were in charge of ar
: Y vgx' Thornton of Belle vGlade announce
report on the recent bake sale rangements.
sponsored by the Rainbow Girls the birth of a son Michael Wade, .

was given by Miss Annelle Nix. born February 23.
I Otho B. Smith of Annual Concert
Miss Ann Peacock and Miss I Mr. and Mrs.
Adams were hostesses during the II Canal Point announce the birth of Of Band For PTA
serving of refreshments at the I I a daughter Toni Ann born, Febru- I

close of the ary 19.
meeting.. Mr. and Mrs. William Lynn The Pahokee High School Band

Thompson of Pahokee announcethe will present its annual band con
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Butler and
their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. birth of a daughter, Christina cert under the direction of Robert
and Mrs. Charles Butler of Havana Lynn, born February 20. O. Lampi at the meeting of the
;pi Fla., were the weekend Canal Point PTA, Monday, March
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gene But- CLASSIFIED ADS PAY 2, at 8:00: p. m. in the school audi-
ler. BIG DIVIDENDS torium.

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f CAPTAIN AND :MRS. MHLLAJtD' STANLEYs 1 COLE Speed Planter with twin disc openers.

"Since 1900 COLE has been a pioneer in developing' May be equipped with sword openers. One of
Captain and Mrs. Millard Powell Stanley, Jr., are pictured following a fine line of planters and fertilizers famous
1 thiir wedding. January at the Markham Lutheran Church in Mark- and producing quality planters and fertilizing,units for
dependable service
ham, Illinois. Mrs. Stanley is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August I and attachments that help produce better crops, the field.
Willie.n of Mari ham. She attended Western Illinois University ,.'M , t
Wandrey < "
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and is employed as a secretary for Aerospace Corporation in San I with less labor, at lower cost.To meet t your immedi. ;';: ;v:%": ,,;:;$.:'t.Q: !>;:;:, ...;..-.':....:..,>:.,.:-.,. .
Bernardino California. Captalu Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. P'I ate and future planting and fertilizing requirements .., ,.t .4. ;:( :::t t1tH: I
of Pahokee, received electrical <: WW:..::; j
Stanley engineering degrees from buy COLE quality attachments, as well as COLE ..:,:::- .pitW:: ": ice. .:i<
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Institute of and
Georgia Technology University of Illinois. He is presently :> .
and units to :::
,serving in tho United States Air Force. After a wedding trip by planters fertilizing bring you :.l :.:;Jl; tt;:::;, ;... '
train through the scenic, winter West the couple is residing in San yields ::: :":::::; : : """ :
Bernardino California where Captain Stanley is stationed' at Norton Although COLE products are engineered maximumerr.{ : :: ;::143.i"
Air Force Base. "
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servicing at an absolute minimum, a .
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of repair parts is carried by your dealer at qJJ""M.

Anniversary Nursing* Home To Pay your dealer a visit now to be sure you are ;

Be Opened March 15 ready for planting time with COLE equipment and 1 '

attachments. Sales, service and warehousing in
j Canal Point residents are Invit- ., area handled by Implement Sales Co., Decatur, Ga. Spring tooth cultivator gangs shown mounted on

ed to'the official opening on Sun- rear cultivator. Other models available. for front
25th Anniversary of the day, :March 15 of the new nursing- mounted cultivator.

founding of the Pahokee Lions convalescent home which is in final -

club was celebrated Tuesday. nightat construction adjacent to the
the Lions Building with JamesW. Bethesda Memorial Hospital at
Vann past president of ,the Boynton Beach.
club, acting as master of ceremonies Frank Larkin, president of the

Board of Directors of Boulevard
Speakers for the evening was Manor, the new three-quarter million -
r John A. Donavan of Falls Church l dollar, lOO-bed facility, said
Va., an international director of that for the public reception in
Lions International. Also present mid-March he hoped many Canal
i for the occasion was Lions District Point persons would attend.
Governor Ervin C. Sharp of Fort Boulevard. Manor is the first
Lauderdale. Eighteen of the 25 nursing-convalescent home to be \

I past presidents were present for designed and constructed for thesa ',' ...
the evening. The first president of purposes in Palm Beach County.
the club, P. E. Walker, had plan- Harrington Homes, Inc. have been "
ned to attend but was in.an auto contractors. The impressive structure .:* "

accident a few days before and I will be outstanding in meeting No.: 28 HITCH: To attach planters to 2" 3 4 SPOON COVERERS for COLE Planters. STC-l ,. <
couldn't make it. the highest' possible requirements 2%"diamond mounted tool bar with .. ,
or above, for Models 400 ] I
International Director Donavan for the elderly. and, infirm- 2 ball bearing disc side placers. Used :and I 800 t, ,Planteri.4:; :.. K111; :"
inducted a new memberRichardP. erd. ;.
for flat planting placement of fer '
Korbley, Jr.-Into the club as - .. tilizer.
the organization started on its
second 25 year span of service to
the community. Mrs. Kinard' and I Rev. Fred L. MartinIn .

Mrs. Levins were assisted in preparing .,.. ,, Lt-'i: A'$':O' "' ',". DOUBLE DISC FURROW OPEN.
the delicious spread by ."' 'i\, ER: Ball bearing to mount on ,

Frank O'Connell who prepared the Miami ServiceRev. opening shank of rear cultivator : .

meat' for the evening's festive oc- or on COLE tool bar :: :
calon to which wives of Lions were 5 ing foot "I .. openif '.
Invited. Fred L. Martin, .former : :
I pastor of the Pahokee Methodist DISC MILLERS: 13" p
a church and former president of discs with sealed ball

the hospital board back in the bearing, or cast bearing.
Group Will Pick formative days of that Institution. Clamps on opening foot, 6 :,'
now located in Sarasota. will con- angle bar diamond
duct winter evangelistic services PLACER
Slate RotariansPresident at White Temple Methodist' church mounted tool"bar. with ball bearing. '. '
Shanks: % or 1%
NE 2nd Avenue and 3rd Street, .
diameter: 10" 14"or '
in Miami. Evening services will be ..
22"length. .
Bill Plumer of the Pa held at 7:30 p. m. each day through \; ,
hokee Rotary club appointed a Friday of this week. - - - - - - - - - .
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,nominating committee at last He is a native of Alabama, but COItoManUf'ctU"'Co." - - - r -,-'" '

week's meeting to bring in a slate 'grew up in Gulfport, Miss. He P.O. Box 9216 Charlotte N.C.,28205 (Dept.3) It
of officers for the coming Rotary served as a home missionary in the / Please send me Information
year beginning July 1. mountains of Kentucky and alsoas I I make of my tractor I. on the COLE attachments check*.TM4. I ;* .

Robert O. Lampi is chairman of a teacher in Tennessee before I I'. .
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",:the ,committee' and other members joining the Florida Conference >n,. (\ I Name__ : =3. ---- .---.; ..-__ 18,..,.,..17....... i :;.',
;:are:;Joe Alderman C. E.. Wether- 1926. I i
Add .
ington, Jimmle Moore, W. K. Aid- "Honest to God" will. be his 1
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Friday February 28. 1S64
The Evrlad News. Canal Point.;. Plorida l"NIIo-
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Mrs. Eunice HughesIs For 4-H Leaders Met Haydon Burns Asks qualified in business at noon.sound"In governmentas planning, Soil District- To

Training Course purposeful financing and prudent

Worthy Matron"The 4-H leaders met for a training Governor's Job administration only through can strong be progressive a reality Be Voted On Mar. 4

meeting in the
Community Build- leadership. I know this .formula
Light Within" was the ing in Canal Point with Miss June Haydon Burns, a leader among will work for all Florida as it has There will be a Referendum on
program at the Installation ser- Street, Assistant Home Demonstration the gubernatorial candidates In done In Jacksonville. the creation of Soil Conservation

vices of the Pahokee OES Chapter Agent In charge. An eval- 1960, qualified in Tallahassee for "Our record of proven progress District, composed of all of Brow-
184, Order of Eastern Star: uation of 4-H participation in the the 1964 race with an appeal to Is spelled out in'' terms of glisten ard and Palm Beach Counties with

Friday night, February 21, at the Palm Beach County fair was made citizens of all walks for their "con- ing skyscrapers, attractive new Industries the exception of lands In the corp-
Masonic Hall In Pahokee. and plans were made for the sideration and help in enabling me added payrolls and mod- orate limits of cities on the East-

The Installing officers were Per- county events day to be held in to become a governor for all ern expressways that are the envy ern boundary of the two counties.It .
ry Hall, Past patron; Mrs. Flora school Belle Glade on April 4, in the Florida." of cities throughout our nation. is required by the Soil Conservation -

Nix Installing chaplain; Mrs. Jes- cafetorium. The :51-year old business man "In return for your support" Act of Florida that a refer-
sie Barnes Installing marshal; and Leaders attending were Mrs. and public administrator, who has' Burns pledged to the voters of endum be held in this area to determine -
Mrs. Adallne Wroten, installing Clarence Lee, Mrs. Herbert Priest' served Jacksonville for 15 succes- Florida, "I promise you, and every the wishes of land ownerson
organist. Mrs. Donald Sellers and Mrs. Joan sive years as mayor during the citizen of Florida the same dedi- the organization of such a Dis

Officers installed: were Mrs. Bachman of Belle Glade, Mrs. T. city's greatest growth, immediately cated leadership, cooperation and trict.
Eunice Hughes worthy matron; E. Pennington of Pahokee and set out to carry his cam- business judgment as has been The date of the Referendum will
Perry Sizemore, worthy patron Mrs. Elmer Maxson Mrs. Bruce paign to the people of the state. demonstrated during these past 15 be March 4, 1964 and the polls will
Mrs. Annette :McCurdy, associate; Bitting, Mrs. Ray Ursry, and Mrs. "In formally qualifying and years of privileged service In one remain open from 8:00: a. m. to

matron; H. C. Graham, Associate W. E. McCall of.. .Canal.. Point. establishing this candidacy for of Florida's highest public offices". 7:00: p. m. The polling places will
patron; Mrs. Jennie McKinstry, governor I call on all citizens of To supporters and the press, be the Glades'Office Building
secretary; Mrs. Jessie Barnes, ATTEND'\ FUNERALMr. all walks", and economic levels for Burns explained his experience Belle Glade, Florida; the Lake

treasurer; Mrs. Grace Graham, and Mrs. Lon Wilson have their consideration and help. It gained as mayor of Jacksonville, Worth Drainage District ,
conductress; Mrs. Bernice Shep-- returned to their home after a will b:! necessary that I continueto with its own particular form of ; Military Trail Delray Beach, Florida -

pard, associate conductress; :Mrs. trip to Colquit, Ga., where they attended get grass roots support If I am government has prepared him for: and the Pompano Farmers'
Harlan Sears, chaplain; Mrs Buna the funeral of a friend, Guy to be successful in providing lead- the governor's chair more specific- Market-Lobby at Pompano Beach,
Rodgers marshal Johnson at the Flat Creek Baptist ership for our state as the governor ally than any other candidate. Florida.
; Church. Enroute home they visited for All-Florida," Burns said in . .. Eligible voters will be land-
Mrs. Beulah George organist;
their daughter and family, Mr. and Tallahassee. Boyd Vorhees, Jr., left this week owners who own land within the
:Mrs. Adaline Wroten Ada; Mrs.
Mrs. B. Elliott in Tallahassee. "Judging from the reception I for Seattle Wash., on his return territory described in his notice
Ona Faye Ursry, Ruth; Mrs. Ruth .. . ...
have received thus far from nil trip to Kodlack, Alaska after a 37
Meredith, Esther; Mrs. Velma
Mr. and Mrs John Zimmermanhave over tho state, it is evident that I day leave spent with his wife and Mrs. Gary Sammons and sons,
Hall, Martha; Mrs. May Young,
as their guests her parents! am recognized as an All-Florida parents. Mrs. Vorhees will remainin Craig and Jeff of Tallahassee, are
Electa Mrs. Sizemore' .
; Peggy ;
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weer of Cov- candidate." Pahokee with his parents anil I' the guests of her grandparents,
warder; and H. A. Funderburke, I
sentinel. ington Ohio. Burns indicated his theme as he visit her parents in Tampa. I' Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Guthrie.

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daughter from the 1964 officers.
Her motto is "Love One Another"her
Scripture is found in the 15th: .. ..o. ', : ," .
chapter of John verse 12, her colors .. I I. 0 .",. t :'
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are red and white and her Established 1934 ;
flower the red rose. Mrs. Hughes
presented each of her officers witha ,S
red rosebud corsage'. ;: : ,
Soloist was Mrs. Lawrence Stew- Glades Mercantile Company : :,
art. The Eastern Star ring was
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presented to the worthy matron by '
her daughter from her husband I COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS DECORATOR, SERVICE .: :
who was confined in the hospitalat
the time. Refreshments were .
served to approximately 60 peopleby Pahokee/ Florida

the special refreshment com- .
mittee composed of Mrs. Rupert JOSEPH M. ALDERMAN j" ' 255: g. LAKE AVE.'P'

Mock, Mrs. Karl Mindlin, Mrs. Bill President .. , ,.,"P ;-,.:, PHONE 924-5597.
Howard and Mrs. Bea Long. BELLE ALDERMAN : o.I.: ""} ''I' f'-6 '-f > .

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Lloyd Early ''o' ail ,
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Lloyd F. Early announced . TO OUR FRIENDS: v :
nesday his candidacy as a Repub- .. .
lican candidate for Superintendent . V.! J' '.
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of Public Instruction of Palm It was a year ago that fire completely destroyed Glades : :

Beach County. Early, the only Re- .
publican to announce his candidacyto Mercantile Buildings. .i f W
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date' Is a past president of the .

Palm Beach County Classroom The Grand Opening of our NEW building and showroom .;' ::: I ,,'
Teachers Association. Presently ,
teaching at Palm Beach High a dream that is now a reality will be Wednesday, Thurs- : .

School the supervision, Early gained of principals experience and in day, and Friday, March 4th, 5th, and 6th.It's ,.;. 0\;.' j ','rf.1 ,

teachers while' a general supervisor .',' ",:

schools in charge in California.of a district Early of also ten :-.1' i OPEN HOUSE at Glades Mercantile and you are ;;. I' .'

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taught future teachers while Instructing .
in an intern training ; invited to attend. : ..;r(.'. ,, >.... .

school. i 0

Prior'to moving to Florida from We cordially invite you to attend our OPEN HOUSE to ' \. ':: '.<
owned and
North Early
operated a truck leasing firm'that .' see the new, modern building and the fine display of tj, > '.,

grossed well .over the six figure French Provincial l Italian and the .. % .
number for several years. J r.r Early :American, new ' ;\ ;- ';: ,

1956 Early: and came has taught to Florida Social in July Studiesat of ( Brasilia line of furniture, along with a complete line of ;,};${' ;/V?/ <' .

Palm Beach High School,since 'rt"l..; h.J .I/<. 4yt Philco Home.Appliances; +*<*\J"I$ ft****;*...1t .* l).' ". '.1','. "t,

that time. Early believes, that his : .i ,t<"' ,' ' / /v-?' >. .<** ,:.j .
education and experience; his bus ;
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mesa background and his'Intimate During our OPEN HOUSE you will not be subjected to ,

system working makes knowledge him the of moat the school qualified any sales effort. We simply invite you to see the fine '. ".".1!' :': 'Tr.. :

iness candidate and education to conduct course the of bus the selection we have at prices that are competitive with ' a 'T:,: ttOi'0 ; ''t: '.

Palm Beach County Schools for '- stores in the larger cities. I"1,1:" d *

the next four years. .'." j.:". ", 'j..J .'" ;P'j

degree He secured from his Elon Bachelor College,of North Arts Have some refreshments with us and just let us show ,.;f"i{)??**" '*.T,;*"'.I'*'.,

Carolina, and a Master of Scienceof p' '" '": '
Education, and Master of Edu- you around during this OPEN HOUSE. .. t ; :;: > '
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cation from the University of When you see the treat,'that's in store for you in your :1 < ; :<'{(U ?. .:

Southern California. "Own Home Town".you'll be enthusiastic we ." l! :,'1" .
as as are .
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and when you get ready to buy, we know you'll come .< :. ' ',
Pot Luck Supper ,
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The,Community Building in Ca- WE'll be expecting you !, ... . ; '
nal Point was the scene of '''a "Pot ... 0 . : ': ' J", /:
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Garden club members and . .., : ,
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husbands. Mrs. Ruby Tucker, _. > ".
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Quarterly) Meet For: Its:MeetingsThe

,t:: I : 11 Ne s Of TJie Cliiurclies : ] meeting Auxiliary The Palm on.held F'eb.'Ie 1 their, -at Baptist the quarterly First Girls the.Baptist First Independent Mission, ,sponsoredby Missionary

of Baptist Church of Chosen met
Baptist Church West: Palm
r'\ Beach. The meeting began with a at the Woman's Club last Sunday
South Si Church Canal Point First Holy ,Nativity
at which time was Train-
supper a prayer evening at 6:30: for Baptist

!!: 1 Of Christ; Baptist ChurchElder Episcopal, Church said by Miss Carla Neely. Follow- ing Course and the evening wor-

Pahokee ing the meal Miss Mary Yoakley, ship service at 7:30.: Elder Horace
r I Belle Glade across from R. E. Barfield junior president called the meet- Burgner is the Mission Pastor.A .

, J 1 .. :Bowling:Alley on Rd. 80 SUNDAY: Rev. L. Los ins g, Vicar ing to order and Mrs. W. L. Hoss cordial invitation is extendedto

, :0:00: a. m.-Bible Study 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School SUNDAY: made the announcements. The de- all services. Sunday School at
: 11:00 I Sermon 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship 10 a. m.-Sunday School votionals were given by Miss
a. m.- -
9:45: a. m., followed by the ,Mo,:n-
\ 6:30: p. m.-Evening Service 6:30: p. m.-B. T. C. 11:00: a. m.-.Worship. Service Cathy Cox and followed by prayer ing Worship Service at 11:00: {(except -
6:30: p. m.-Wed.'Bible Study 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship. by Miss Sherry Burges. Miss Carol
the fourth Sunday morning.)
7:30 m.-choir Church Of God, Youmans introduced the visiting B. T. C. at 6:30: p. m. every Sun-
: p. pracUoe. missionary, Mrs.,, William Wester;
.St. Peter's ,Lutheran WEDNESDAY: Barfield Highway day and evening worship service
to who
missionary Nya&oland
; :Church Belle'Glade 7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer spoke on "Listening to Gods Call" I follows at 7:30: p. m.
Service. Pahokee, Fla.J. Prayer meeting will be held on
and "Balance the Burden" Closing
THURSDAY:-Every other week W. Hughes, Minister Thursday evenings at 7:30 p. m.,
I August Koerber, Pastor 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary Phone 924.3736 prayer was offered by Mrs. W. except the third Thursday. That
601 W. Lake Rd. Belle Glade E. Schelecter, Palm Lake Associational -
Meeting. SUNDAY week the prayer service will be
I : W. M. U. : G. As
SUNDAY .. president.
: held,on Tuesday night at 7:30.:
1 .. Divine Services 11.A.'M. 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School attending from ,the Canal ''Point . .. "
.Church Of Christ 11:00 a. in.-Morning Worship
School 9:45: A. M. Baptist Church were, Regina In- HOME FROM HOSPITAL
.- 7:30.p. Evangelistic Ser- gram,Cathy Maxson, Olivia 'Stapler
I .Mrs. Lester Hand returned ,to
125 -N. Avenue D viceTUESDAY and 'Terry :Echols they'were .-
4 First her home Saturday ,following surgery -
Baptist Phone ,WY 6-3867 ': accompanied by.Mrs. J. H. Strayerand
in the local hospital.
1 'Church Pahokee Belle Glade Fla. 7:30 ,p. m.-Prayer Service Mrs..:J.:P. Williams.
f 10:00 m.-Bible 7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ .
Guthrie W. Colvard, Pastor a. Study Service Sorority: Meeting:
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship .Classified AdsHAVE
At Buckner Home
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship
WEDNESDAY The Methodist Church .-
11:00 a. m.;Morning Worship
7:30: p. m.-Bible Study The Phi Gamma Nu ''chapter of YOU decided to clear out
6:00'p. m.-Evening Worship .. Canal(Point, ,FloridaRobert Beta Sigma Phi sorority met at the attic and advertise the stuff
6:45: p. m.-Training Union
for sale these columns?
the home of Mrs. Dorothy Buck-
< .WEDNESDAY 7:30 : Service Christian Science A. Shelley Pastor ner with Mrs. Joan Gamot, pre' You'll be surprised how much stuff

p. m.-Prayer Group'Of'Canal 'Point SUNDAY: siding. Mrs. Jill Pitts, chairman of you can get rid of and how'much

.. 10:00: a. m.-Church School the ways and means committee, money you" can take in. It only
11:00 that the will be costs $1 to try an .ad for a week.;
The Church Of God One of the main themes at : a. m.-Morning Worship chapter ;
6:30: p m,-Youth Fellowship in charge of two coke stands and
Christian Science I
churches this FOR SALE: New and Used Willys
Of Prophecy Pahokee 7:30: m-Evening Worship serve sandwiches at the coming
p. <
d Sunday will be from John (1:17): : I Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garagein I
\ Canal Point Road MONDAY: Aviation Seminar to be held March
"The law was given by Moses, but Belle Glade, Phone 6-3058.
3:15 m.-Youth Choir 14-15: at the Palm Beach County
p. practice
h grace and truth came by Jesus Oct. 1754ch.IS : .
John H. Kinard, pastor Christ. Glades Airport.

:( 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School The, Bible Lesson on "Christ 2nd MONDAY: The program entitled "The THERE ANYTHING in the attic

1 I 11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service Jesus" will also include this selec- 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meet- Model of Charm" was presented by you'd like to convert into

| 7:45: p. Evangelistic Service tion from the Christian Science 'tngTUESDAY Mrs. Pitts, and Mrs. Nancy :Meyer cash? A small classified ad 'in

j 8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. textbook: "Christianity. ,Jesus : assisted her in demonstrating the I this column will turn the trick. It

l 8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. taught it was not a creed, nor.a 8:00, p. m.-Woman's Society1st "do's and dont's" on how to move only) costs a.dollar cash with or
Everyone welcome. Special music TuesdayWEDNESDAY like a model. Mrs. Laura Hattonwas der.
system of ceremonies, nor a special
and singing. : welcomed as a guest. Refreshments -
gift from a ritualistic Jehovah:
. but it was the demonstration of 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting were served by Mrs. Buck POSITIVELY all want ads or
. ner at the close of the meeting.The classifieds, as you wish to call
Canal Point I divine Love casting out error and March 9 meeting will be held: them are payable in advance from
healing the sick, not merely in the First Methodist '
Baptist Church at the home of Mrs. Carlie Mackey\ this day forward. Don't phone 'em.
name of Christ, Truth but in
or ,
Church PahokeeJohn with the program presented by Write it and drop a dollar bill in
demonstration of Truth, as must ,
the ,if ,
Miss Cynthia Turbeville. envelope you want it run
Lawrence Stewart, Pastor be,the case in the cycles of divinelight" '- ..
once. $2 if you want it run twice
SUNDAY A. Brlley, Pastor
: i
( and Health with
and so on.GLADES .
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School Key to the Scriptures by Mary SUNDAY: Vena-Mae Schroder
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Baker : 9:45: a. m.-Church School Mercantile now
Eddy, p. 135)) Circle'In Company
6:30 p. m.-'rraining Union .... . 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship MeetingThe offers you all )the 1964 Singer
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 6:45: p. m.-MYF Sewing Machines and Vacuum
J ,WEDNESDAY: Take No Part In 7:45: p. m.-Evening Worship Program topic for the Vena cleaners, starting as low as $59.50.

7:30: p. m.-Prayer Meeting Flouridation Scrap rUESDAY: Mae Schroder circle of the Paho- Parts and service available six

t 7:00: p. m.-Vesper Choir prac kee First Methodist church was days a week on all makes. Glades
ticeWEDNESDAY "The Methodist Family". It was Mercantile 255
!(The Pahokee ChurchOf County Commissioners took J : presented by Mrs. Ralph Johnson Lake Aver Company in Pahokee., Phone East
speedy action this week when It Mid-week devotions at the' held at
February meeting
The NazareneRev. 7:45: p. m.- 924-5597.:
was called to the board's attention
the home of Mrs. Lloyd Hundley.
that the health, building on Ever- 8:80 p. m.-Senior' Choir practice The business session was ,conducted 111111 : 1 II : III 111I11
Max D. Jones, Pastor nia St. was being used to post, political by Mrs. J. L. Tyson, Jr.,

433 Bacom Point Rd. advertising. . Chairman. At the Gertrude Shirley Thurmond Knight
Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 Jack Solomon, West Palm
circle which met at the homeof Realty Inc.
SUNDAY SERVICES: Beach, active in a ,West Palm St. Mary's Catholic Mrs. Richard Hurt, the programwas ,
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School Beach referendum on flourldation. TELEPHONES:
Church presented by Mrs. D. B. Wat-
( 11:00: a. m.-Sunday Worship said ,a sign posted,on the building klns.,Mrs. I. :M. Lair gave the de- Office. -Res. VI 8-2692$
6:30: p. m.-Juniors read "vote for fluoridation.",Solo- Box 9998.RIvIera.Beaeb
Father Francis Fennech. Pastor votionals. Mrs. Charles Lewis was
7:00: p. m.-Sunday Evening mon asked that the sign be ordered Sunday :Mass-11:30 a. m. welcomed as a new member by Wet Palm Beach, Florida

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"Where you are a stranger but down ,immediately..
onceCLASSIFIED/' .- -

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ADS PAY Claude Shirley".recently'was M. C., A1PER : ;
BIO DIVIDENDS Dicky of Napeleon, Ohio. ;

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Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market .
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You'll)) enjoy the excellent service you receive. here I

at this Market. We make:an-effort"'att all times to to open your insured account. Today would be a good day

give an outstanding seryice'to buyer and'se1 er. 'Giveus 'to start it.

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Eight JtrergbMtea" News.,Canal Point. Florida Friday, February 28, 1064

Former Sheriff Wedding: Plans Are Officer Slate For Hope To Open Wee vising director tour two capable and teachers -
and helpers, a personto
Set For March 6 Care Center March 1
cook and maid. There
serve as a
Taylor Makes Bid The Garden ClubMrs. will also be need of some part
"Salvation authorities of
I Mrs. Jane Culberson announcesher Army time workers and volunteer help-
wedding plans for March 6, at West Palm' Beach headquartersare -

In May PrimaryClinton 7:00 p. m. in the Chapel of the Sarah Henderickson wa working steadily ,towards getting ers.The dedication of the new build-
welcomed member of
Paho- as a new
First Methodist Church of
i Ing which is now undergoing plastering -
everything lined for oPera-
the Pahokee Garden Club at the up
I kee with Rev. John Brlley officiating and other finish work, will
E. (Red) Taylor, Director Maid of honor will be her sist- club's February meeting in the tion of Wee Care Center in Belle be held on Sunday, April 5th according -
of Operations for the Florida er, Miss Sherry Holcomb. The best Pahokee Community Room of Glade on March 1st", stated Major to Miss Sara Lee Creech
State Turnpike Authority and 1 man will be Russell) Hasty, twin Everglades Federal Savings. Otis Street, Salvation Army Officer -! chairman of the building committee. -
former captain -of the Florid brother of the groom Robert The nominating committee com- on Saturday, at a meeting of She guided committee members -
Highway Patrol Thursday, an- Hasty. Ushers will be Ron Mc- posed of Mrs. W. A. Keen Mrs. A'. the Furnishings Committee. through the various rooms of
nounced his candidacy for sheriff Anally and Ron TerHaar, Pianist N. Kennedy and Mrs. L. L. Shirley, Major Street spoke briefly regarding the building and explained their
of Palm Beach County. Barney Griggs and Mrs.: Julia reported recommendations for a their operation plans for proposed uses.
\ Taylor who in 1962 served an Bishop and soloist H. E. McSwain, slate of new officers. Suggested the Belle Glade day nursery whichis The nursery room of the center
interim the No invitations are being issued were Mrs. Don Hillier, president; to
appointment by gov- provide care for some 100 is now being used as ,a storage
ernor as sheriff, has had more but friends of the couple are invit- Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, vice presi- Negro children. He said that a per- space for donated items of furnishings -
than 21 years experience in FlorIda ed to attend.Belle dent; Mrs. Norman Kennedy, cor- sonnel of eight full time employees until the entire buildingis
law enforcement. responding and recording secre- will be required, including a super- completed.
The 46 year old Democratic tary; and Mrs. Carl Kolstad treas-

,?\ candidate became a Highway Pa- Glade Lions urer. .
trol officer in 1940 after majoring The members voted to hold all fflfPrince
I in accounting at the University of future' meetings in the local bank
Florida and John B. Stetson University 25th AnniversaryThe building. Guest speaker was Mrs.
He was born in DeLand Luther Jones, member of the Belle TheatreSunday
Florida, where he attended high Glade Garden Club. She ,describeda ,
school. Belle' Glade Lions club will tour of famous European gardens -

From 1942 to 1946, Taylor served celebrate its 25th anniversary on which she' made last summer Monday Tuesday
in the U. S. Coast Guard as a and illustrated her talk with colored -
Saturday of this week with a specIal MARCH
Chief Specialist in the Intelligence slides. 1,23"Who's
'1 meeting* at the Civic Center in .
::1 Service1.' On his return to the Highway -
Patrol he was promoted to Belle Glade. The featured speaker Invited To
'I for' the occasion will be Dudley L. Board Been Sleeping In My Bed"in
sergeant and a year later became
, 1
Simms of Charleston, W. Va., whois Ground BreakingCounty -
a lieutenant.
j I ''I In 1949, Taylor was promoted to a past president of. Lions Inter- ( Technicolor)
national. Commissioner Paul Rar-
the Patrol headquarters in Tallahassee
where lie served as Administrative Honored guest for the occasionwill din, Canal Point extended an invitation Starring
I be Dr. Walter Campbell of to his colleagues on the
Assistant to the Director
Miami Beach who is first vice board, to attend a ground breakIng -
Dean Martin
of Public Safety, as well as Safety Elizabeth_ Montgomery
I '. president of Lions Internationaland ceremony set for March 1 at ,
Officer and Public Information -
I Officer. (.n line to become President Belle Glade. The 3 p. m. ceremony Martin Balsam, and Jill St. John
the next year. He will be the first'officer will mark start of constructionfor
': Following graduation
Police Administration Long Course to occupy that high place the new Glades General Hos- I
; from Florida. pital to be built at Belle Glade.
at Northwestern University atm -,.... -
". Evanston 111., Taylor was promoted ____ ___ - _-_,_n_ _,__ ,-_ ._ __ __ __ -,-- _ ______________ __
to Captain of the,Florida High- .
way Patrol in 1953.
In 1956, he was made Commander WO
of the Turnpike Troop In chargeof -
traffic enforcement for the'!
Florida Turnpike Authority also
serving as Safety Director, Communications CH EVROLET
I Officer and Transportation :Jl ,
Officer for the Authority.

Taylor was appointed Directorof ,
Operations for the Turnpike in

ficially January Highway retired 1961 Patrol, and as to a a captain year devote later of full tho of- J k ,," makes all types of quality trucks : Il. .:.

time to the increasing,responsibil ....V' ', " ;, f' .I< -
1 _
ides of the Turnpike Job. . r: : .'
Recently, Taylor received a pub > d""!" ', .
lie commendation from the Turnpike f ,: ::" ,. ', (.
4. .. ..r' \ ""
for his'work in organizingand 1, ,,- -'it
) \
I ,{: :. .
operating the Turnpike Pa- \ "
trol and for his services as Director ; ")',' :,
of Operations. In the latter po- ,.. : -'
sition he was responsible for ad- .", ; _ _ I
ministration of an annual budgetin .
excess of $1,500,000 and was in '

employees.For charge of.a staff of more than 270 1 : :: ... .. ,

the past 10 years the1'Florida l 1.1. -iriE r

born candidate has officially
1 1'L.
represented the state in several \
nation organizations concerned
with highway safety and law en- .. -- - 5?;. .

forcement.Coordinator He'of the was National State Safety Safe- j1r----- \\i-

ty Council and chairman of that .. I

organization's Safety Coordinators --
group for 14 Southeastern states,
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Luncheon Is Held


: a Belle"Mad Glade Hatters"Womans Luncheon Club Thurs-'held World's favorite pickup model. Two body sizes : 6/2! and 8feet.

;, day, February' 20 at 12OO: 'p. m. It
: was attended by members of the< Two wheelbases: 115 and 127 inches. Body extends :

i, Pahokee Womans Club, Mrs. C. :M clear out over the wheels. Excellent ride with coil springs all
Todd, President; Mrs. Jennie :Mcf : -

t I Kinstry Mrs. Nannie :Mallory, Mrs. around_and independent front suspension. Cab and lower I
f J. H. Wilson, Mrs. Lillian Beverly, :
i. ,Mrs. Mae Pope and her guest Miss:: body panels are double-wall ,
Nina Moon of Atlanta, Ga. ../ f
J' - frame. Standard engine is j"J

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V8 available at extra cost. Also

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i.'..., t Sliding CilaH Doors.

."44 r 'New Screens\ oS'rt"t'nlng

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