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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: March 6, 1964
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).
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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: UF00079910:00377
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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6, 1984 PUBLISHED WE.t Q. y' IN CANAL POINT By PAUL RARDIN

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CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


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Baptist Choirs R. J. : Ribbons Salvation Topic District PTA' Meet

Soon Be 90 Deo Volente ClassThe ,

At Music FestivalMembers By 4-0 Club Scheduled Mar. 16The
Come next July and A. B. C's of Salvation, a

son of ,Pahokee will -- simple three step method to a
of the Pahokee First 90th birthday : Beach County Oil Christian life, was used by Mrs. "Trade1 Winds", two miles
Baptist Church primary and jun- as he ,is familiarly and girls completed the M. P. Stanley as an Introductionto cast of Stuart, Florida, will be tho
ior choirs attended The State long-time ,of their 4-H year with the film strip "What We Believe :- scene of the 24th annual confer-
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:Music Festival, Saturday, Feb. 29, be up in a chair daily exhibited in the State About Salvation". ence of District 11 of the Florida
at Northwood Baptist church in and his Show in Orlando. With The film strip was shown to the Congress of Parents and Teachersat
newspapers
West Palm Beach. Both choirs ly magazine. He was of animals they receiv Deo Volente Class of the First Bap- 10 a. m., :Monday, March 16,
were' awarded a grade of "A" the Pahokee Rotary first place blue ribbons, 8 tist Church, as they met Monday 1064. Registration will open at 9:30:
-Those attending were Mrs., W. before it became too place red ribbons, and only night at Fellowship Hall. The even- a. m.
O. Moss, Mrs. Lee Shirley, Mrs.C. him to attend the place, or white ribbons. ing's program included a devotional Mi's. Ray Trembly, District 11
E. Williams, 'Mrs. Charles Wilk- ings. Mr. Simonson : Kidder, of Belle Glade, had a service in song and n short president will preside.Mrs. .
inson and Mrs. Lee Wroten, sponsors I nephew and wife, 'Champion Grade Brown skit where members portrayed N. S. Rubins, President; ,
and mothers of the primary I Robert Simonson on John H. Causey, :Jr., cf certain Bibical .characters they had elect of the Florida Congress of
group. .Members of the primary Road. ''had the Grand Cham- studied during the quarter. Parents and Teachers will keynotethe
choir attendihg were Patsy Sullivan ,Holstein and Peg- After a short business session, conference theme which is,
Kent Wetherington, Bill of Canal Point'had' the the social chairman, Mrs. Lee "Within Us is the Power". Mrs.
Waits, Pam Moss, Hal Unwin, Registered Dutch Shirley, served refreshments to G. L., Barnard, First Vicepresident -
Tommy Williams, Kay Williams, Tamiami Hill, of Belle Glade, the thirteen attending members F. C. P. T. will give the re-
Bea Wroten, Leigh Ann Shirley, Reserve (Grand Champion . dedication service. Frank Sloane,
Tommy Wilkinson, Johanna Line Is Sold Holstein, Oren Bitting, of Second Vice-President F. C. P. T.
Rawls, Mark Aldridge, Natalie had the Reserve Flooding Land IsOKehedPractice will bring a timely message on,
Hyatt, and Lucy Gore. Dutch Belt. KeJ- "Quality Education Community;
The Junior choir consisted of Agreement on the. of West Palm 'Beach, haa Concern." Others participating
Julie Unwin, Cathy Wilkinson, of Tamiami Grand Champion Reg will be Mrs. Robert Chesborough,
Janice Sullivan, Jan Unwin, ''Larry Tampa, Wholly Holstein!! and Bobby Smith, Director of District 8 of the Business
Moss, Marilyn Shirley, Gene Ald- of Tamiami Trail Palm Beach, had the Re- Sam Schooley, County Offic and Professional Womens
ridge'', Donna Lee Collier, Karen Gateway Champion Grade Brown Manager of the Palm Beach Agri- Club, Thomas Crooks, Superintendent -
Aldridge, John Collier, M'ark of LaCrosse, Wis., cultural Stabilization and'' Conservation of Martin County Schools and
Wetherington, Claudia Shirley, Monday m Beach County 4-H Service, announced a new :Mrs. Norma stone Safety Patrol
Steve Hawk, Becky Wood, Jimmy Garth W. Lynn,' also place 2nd in Agricultural Conservation Pro- Leader and Area Medical Health
Wilkinson, Debra' Sullivan, Allen Tamiami Trail 'Tours. with their County group gram Practice has been 'approved Chief of Civil Defense.
Hood, Lila Gore, Bill Williams Jot Murphy, president animals and 8th in the for the organic land of Palm Beach The District 11 Board members
I Crady Debbie Culberson, Steve Transportation Cattle Judging Contest County. assisting with the' program will be
;Youn o # r and Alena Martin. agreement' ,Causey, Jr. placing as This practice is flooding of or. Mrs. Maynard Duvall, Mrs. Charles
The: were accompanied by their Tamiami individual and Harold ganic land in Palm ,Beach County I Oliver and Mrs. A. R. Nadeau from,
sponsors, Mrs.- Don :Collier and from Atlanta' to 9th 'In the Slate that is ",seasonally cultivated _for.., Ft-Pierce. Kenneth Ganaway,':Mra.
t .SHrs. jH. E..-Unwin and moUi ers,' principal cities" in Beach County delega- the purpose 'of reducing soli loss Frank Meyers and Mrs. W. B. .
Mrs. Bill Shirley, Mrs. Hank Ald- Southern Georgia and a'' J large group of parents due to wind erosion and oxidation, Pate 'West Palm Beach and Mrs.
ridge, and Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson.: ida with exception of of the 4-H dairy pro- I The practice shall consist! ol Vicky Prost, Port Salerno.A .
The Choirs were directed by Mrs. northwestern section : : and Mrs. Howard Hill, keeping standing water over 73 buffet ,luncheon will be served''
Guthrie Colvcrd and accompanied Tamiaml Kidder, Mrs. Thom- percent or more of the area of immediately following adJourn-
by pianist Miss.Dorothy. Batchelor. Glades agricultural Jim Wierengo and Sg*. farm land to be flooded for a min- ment at 1:00:: p.> m. There will be a
warehouse in Belle Spooner' and Associate imum period of one month and a special table for Honorary Life
deliveries: are made' to Agent and Mrs. John maximum period of six months. Members. Reservations may be
Band Concert For "t'.n.
of the area on the from Belle Glade. Bruce All interested farm operators made by, contacting your County
Lake Okeechobee. assisted in transporting should apply for this practice at Council President, or Mrs. Edwin
.Canal Point PTA . the' animals for the ASCS Office located in the Rollinson, Route 2,' Box 54, Stuart;
Mrs. Bitting, both of Ca- Palm Beach County Glades Office Florida immediately.
'Mission was on hand for Show Building. Belle Glade. District 11 is made up of Indian I
The Canal Point P. T. A. met From West Palm Beach, . River Martin-Okeechobee, Palm
Monday night in the school cafe. Renault, Mrs. Bob Beach, and St. Lucie' counties with
terla at 8:00: p. m. W. E. Blackwell. Glades Mrs. Woodrow Smith Lions Will Sell an enrollment of over 18,000 mem-
president, presided. Devotionals Marie Feldt also attend- bers.
were given by Mrs. Lawrence the youngsters from the Kiss Me Kate DucatThe .. -
The organized
Stewart and room count was won newly Beach area.
by Mrs. Helen Henderson's 2nd Pahokee' sponsored : Street, Raleigh Griffis New Hospital Will
Independent ,
grade. Price were agents in Pahokee Lions Club held
Mrs. Ruth Snyder, music teacher Church of Chosen, of the 4-H members and '
their their regular _monthly business Cost. $1,181,226,00' ,
,.;. asked, transportation to be one' to attend I '-
, : furnished children in the school to er service Thursday, : . I meeting, Tuesday: at, 'which time'
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". take them to West Palm Beach on p. m. 'The Mission they received the financial report
.:March 9 to attend,the.West Palm holding their services : Care and heard, :the arrangement! ,eport The City,of Pahokee' new Ever. ,
t. J Orchestra. ., a>a's Club,of I ahokeeThe .. glades Memorial H08pltal.wtJJ.cost' .- y
: Beach Symphony & '
t Program: ..of :their recent' 25th anniversarycelebration c "
'" Rev. Robert 'Shelly! 'introduced"R. :% guestjspeaker: ? *- 'tii81,226; completely; ...equipped., ,
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ii will be ElderHarold
O' UJ1pf'd1rector- the Pab -
."'kee HighSchool Band and Mr. Missionary to Peru. to Care for Synthetic Ma- Discussion was made of the pro- Low bidder construction was qs
Lampi in turn recognized; Canal Swain will tell of his was the title of the pro- gress of ticket sales for the coming Dynon 4k Co. of Pensacola, with
Point band members. and how the* mission by Mrs. Latham of the Musicarnival 'production of an offer of 900633.
greasing in that Power and Light Co., at "Kiss Me Kate" to be held March .Four firma shared the equip-
After the band concert refreshments -
were served by mothers of The Pahokee Mission Club. She was assist 17, in West Palm Beach. Approvalwas ment'' awards: Miami Elevator;
the' 2nd and 3rd grade pupils. to attend all services: : Ernest Maxwell of made of the recommendationof Broadwell Co. of Albany, Ga.:
. a. m.; Morning' : ; Dress Shop who furn- the board of directors to spendup American .Laundry of Cincinnati. '
B. T. C. 6:30: p. m. modeled by Misses to $300.00 on kitchen equipment. Ohio; and Wllmont-Castle of Rochester -
Oscar Chastain Worship 7:30.: Also Verlin Jones, Ann Guests were introduced as Bill 11.' ,Y.Construction. .
Sells His RanchIn prayer service each Penny McKinstry and Massey of Sarasota and K. W. on the 60-bed hospital -
7:30 p. m.Curlee. Rowan Jr., and J. W. Mulhollon is exp cted'to start April r
Radio and T. V furn- representatives of Standard Oil with/completion in 15 months. The
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a deal consummated recently and dryer equipment Company. building- has core facilities for expansion1
Oscar Chastain, former Canal Road of ,different . to', 100 bed .
.Point resident, sold his 'ranch'' on and drying cycles. Mrs. Rardin QualifiesFor .. ..
the St. Lucie Canal 'north' of Canal -> Goes To, Rubin was introduced by Mrs. Mrs' Bedford Brown has returned -
Point to Geo. P.; Calkins of Mrs. Carrie Unwin, Reelection to Georgetown, Ky. after a visit
Denver, Colo. Records':showthat Rubin Construction :Jones and Miss Penny I with her sister and brother-in-
the 1,000 acre ranch /''was sold for Palm Beach submitted were guests of the County Commissioner Paul Rar- Jaw Col. and Mrs' W. ,S. Evans.
$450 per acre. The Oscar Chastain : $149,032 to construct din qualified Tuesday at noon for
family now lives in :ThomaaviHe, the two-lane road'J business meeting Mrs. C. reelection as county commissionerin FILLING STATIOK Site for

Ga. Pahokee and Belle presided. Final plans were the Fifth commissioner's districtof lease on Muck City ,,Road be.
"...... : from 8R15 at the, for the Palm Beach Palm Beach county. tween Streamline: Quarters and
Mr. and Mrs. Haywood Baxter ,to the Glades Sugar of Woman's Clubs to - Conner Highway. Ideal locationfor
were weekend visitors in Pahokee This was, the first the Pahokee'First Meth Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Powell wens service station and small rest
and celebrated pier birthday of her ject to-be."bid OB ; ,: Thursday, March O. called to Georgetown 111., due to aurant. For full particulars get in'
daughter, Mrs. JLee Wroten, at her issue, which-to: .beta* "" Friend Is chairman of the death of her mother Mrs. touch with Paul Rardin. Canal
home'with a birthday dinner Sun- a portiosvaf the. in charge of mak- Laura Hall. Funeral service were Point Flavor phone 924-2661. .between
da7. . ,. r' state*gasoline taxes. *. held Monday 8 a. m. and 5 p. m. '

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the :May:5 epuatyvHde,Democratic penditures and malting full and
;4 primary. better use of preseht'tifacilitie. an3

F= 7&P McDonald called attention to his staff, in the area of responsibility
as defined by law for school sup-
announcement statement of several ,
erintendents.
weeks ago wnen he was the first I
candidate to request a leave of ab
sense from his school before starting I ,
to campaign.This Tom Adams Ready ;
j request resulted in all three Race
/ For Secretary
.. II Democratic candidates signing an
agreement with the County Superintendent
not to neglect their TALLAHASSEE-Secretary: of

school duties, but to campaign I State Tom Adams has formally
only before and after school hours, qualified as a candidate for reelection -
with the earliest date for leave of in the May Democratic
The Rardin Building: In Canal Point, FloridaTHE absence to begin after Friday, primaries. He filed his formal pa-
April 3.Fortynine. pers on Feb. 18, opening day of
LAKE! OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF year old McDonald: qualifying for the election.
outlined his platform, based on "Service to others is the high-
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing maturity, economy, efficiency awl est calling," Adams said in his
experience to "provide a better qualifying announcement, "and T
: the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without JOHN MCDONALD school system at less cost." would like to take this opportunity -
Interruption Every Week for Nearly 40 Years He points out that his Maturity to express my deep appreciationto
plank is based on his age and 18 the people of Florida for the
'Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday
of administrative experience, privilege of serving them since
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe McDonald Seeking I years including grades one through Jan. 3, 1961 in this state's second

Everglades News Is Entered at.the Post Office .... junior college, that provides the 4 highest constitutional office."
School JobJ academic In requesting the people to renew -
In Canal-Point. Florida, as Second Class Matter ___ Supt. experience for proper
planning, and coordination of f the mandate for service

Paul Ra din '- Owner, Editor, Publisher school board, teacher and taxpayer Adams called attention to "my
McDonald Supervising interests. record in office" noting that "the
Wanat Seeks Job TIME SAVER STORE COMESTO Principal of the Central Schools McDonald- states that economy actions of the past are perhaps the
PAIIOKEE SOON and Principal of Palm :Beach High can be secured in operation of the most accurate yardstick for determining -
As P. B. SheriffPeter A lot Immediately south of the School, Tuesday: filed for Superintendent school system through his conservative -: the performance in the
post office in Pahokee is being- of Public Instruction in approach to operational ex-: J] future."
cleared for erection of I
P. Wanat of 3733 Ellz anew
beth Street, Lake Worth, Florida "Time, Saver" grocery store, according -
announces his, candidacy for the I to Keen Real Estate. Mr. + +++++++++ +++ > +++ '<$ ++++ ++++
that the home will
:Keen said Keen
Sheriff Palm Beach
Office of of
be moved to the of the lot
Pri rear .
County In the Republican .
mary. Capt. Wanat and his wife in order that enough space may be J +
made available for the store. I
Mary, have resided in Palm Beach new i l .
County for the past 14 years. ,
Wanat has 16 years of law enforce SAM CIIASTAIN < i

ment experience on the Baltimore, SERIOUSLY ILL Phone 9245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade
Maryland Police Department and Sam Chastaln is in Oschner's
with the Palm Beach Sheriff's De Clinic in New Orleans, La., wherehe :
SALES and SERVICE j tot'
partment-where he was a Captain recently underwent surgery on .' :
in charge of the Harbor\ Pa his lungs. He remains in critical
I trol. He is a member of the "Calf condition. Mr. Chastain is a former : Heating Air Conditioning Appliances |:*
vary Methodist Church of Lake resident of Canal Point but in *
Worth, Florida Peace Officers' Association recent years has lived in Palip 9-++t:1 t:'4>seirs:rs>,ss>tt:ti. s:''a''.c <&&&4$sm"';*<&*fc4*&& Fraternal Order of Police Beach.
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Association. Luncheon To Honor
Capt. Wanat issues the following -
. statement: Sen. S. L. Holland

,If :elected, sheriff I will do the ,
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f" following- ORLANDO-Representatives of
" (1)) Return the Sheriffs Office Florida agricultural organizationswill
h to the People of Palm Beach join in an Agricultural Appre-
County. ciation Luncheon fpr Sen. Spessard
((2)Spend) the Sheriff's budget in L. Holland in Orlando on April 17.
a'' prudent manner and for the It will be the first united,effortto
good of all residents of Palm express appreciation to Sen. r for afcappy
Beach County. Holland for representing the industry .
(3)) Reinstate the Harbor Patrolto in Washington throughouthis

protect the lives and propertyof years of office. S change?
the people. Publicity committee in chargeof ,
(4)) Hire qualified Palm Beach arrangements for the luncheon "
County residents first_ before at consists of Joffre C. David of the
tempting fill positions with Florida Fruit & Vegetable Asso- rcioveELECTRIC nprra

others. ciation, Art ,Hlgble of the Florida
(5)) Allow qualified personnel Cattlemen's Association, Tom Mc-
past age 65: to remain in the' Sher- Clane of the Florida Farm Bureau,
Itf's Department. and Robert W. Rutledge of Florida ,I

(6) Cooperate with all law enforcement Citrus Mutual
s i agencies especially to The luncheon will be held at Or-
I stop the, slaughter on our high lando's Cherry Plaza Hotel. 1

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BUFFET DINNERMr. Mr. and Mrs.: J. P. Herring haveas ::
and Mrs Duncan Padgettwere their guests her. sister Mrs.'
hosts to a buffet dinner at Verna Maddox .Graceville, Fla.,
their home Wednesday' night honoring and his nephews Mr. and Mrs. N !
I Bob Hasty and his bride elect Ray Nowell and Mr. and Mrs. Col. 11fL
Mrs. June Culberson. Other_ guest; lie Nowell. Shortly_'after arrivingin F
were'' Ron McAnnally, Mr. and Mrs. Pahokee Collie Nowell suffered
Ron Ter Haar, Mr., and Mrs. Lee a heart atttack and is a patientin
Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wroten. the local hospital.
: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lowe :Mr. and . - 1
: Mrs. Ed Culberson, Mrs. Betty Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson and
.Wood, Rev. John Briley, Miss daughter Jamie Terrie Echols ant
( Sherry Holcomb, Rusty Holcomb Mrs.' Alma Nall visited! Mr. and
r' Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hasty and Mrs. Harry Cross In Ft. Lauderdale -

; Bob:! Cody. Sunday.

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.... '. and his parents, Dr.' and:Mrs. R. lx RAMIE'IS W1NKKRV'-*? :',"*""fr\ .

Hatton on Wednesday, February Roland'Long, Jr., 13 year old son /
FLORIDA facts-- 12. The Hattons reside at 175 N. of Dr. and Airs. Roland Long en- '
Flame Ave. tered the 20th annual South Florida

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Knox Orchid Society show held at

1" Pursley, of Belle Glade, announce the International Orchid Show In
BIRTHS r the birth of a son Edward KnoxII Bay Front Auditorium in Miami.He .
born March 3. placed third In the 25 footspace
hobbyist. exhibit and received -
Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Will-
a silver engraved compote. Tn
iams of Canal Point, announce the JACK POPE BETTER
.. the exhibit of single plants in
}, birth of a son, Gary Adam, born A. L. (Jack) Pope, who has been bloom he also received 3rd place
February 27. from lingeringcase of
suffering a
for his exhibit of the Potinara
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene A. Gunterof shingles since last August, is reported -. Dorthy L. Adair. '
South Bay, announce the birth by his"wife this week to bea ..
of a son, Charles Eugene, born 'lIttle better. He has been able '
March 1., this week to go to the table for HOME FROM SAIGON

Mr. and Mrs. Weldon H. Cardln, : his meals which is a considerable Capt. Donald Pickett U. S. A.
of Pahokee, announce the birth of I improvement over the past''months. arrived for a visit with his mother,
rte z-- a son, Brian Keith, born March 3. I Mrs. Edna Pickett after a tour of
I II Byron Ruethain Hatton, born Mr. and Mrs. Billy Cash of duty in Saigon Viet Nam. At the
THE FAMOUS. . (C'NATURALIST '; February 7, was welcomed home I Gainesville, were the weekend end of his leave he will report to

AND ARTIST, ;' by his twin sisters, Lori and Lisa guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Perry. Ft. Benning, Ga.
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Elarbee and small son are visiting '
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C., Y. Scroggin was able to return ITi
with his, son Joe Scroggin to
Mr<.: *and Mrs. Bill Shackford their home in Lake Worth recently : I ==

have as their guest their son, Rich- after being ill at the home of his =-=:: ." '' ...." ''["1 -
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\ Mrs,' J. B. Seckinger of Glenn- Point. -

i ville, .'Ga.. was the recent houseguest Mr. .and 'Mrs. O. R .Bleech and .1 +, .,; LOCATED

?./ot Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rar- Mr. and Mrs. Don Hillier were recent ' .....: ON __
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din in Canal Point. visitors in Okeechobee where v : .r J
Rev, and Mrs. Lawrence Stew- they visited Dr. and Mrs. David
art Were' visitors In Miami Friday Bleech and family. 1
and were accompanied home by Frank Oliver Joined Mrs. Oliver !; uck"ity'' Road '
Mrs. J._ H. Strayer who. has been and their son at the home of C. G.
the guest of her daughter, Coburn recently and accompaniedthem
ReV.and Mrs. Ed Taylor, South. on their return trip their" ==
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1 ,,.were the guests J-,of,Mr..and Betty Rosenburg of Lake (STATE ROAD 717))
Mrs. Charles Brown, $Sunday They Worth was honored with a birth- == .. ::
I presented slides on their'work for day party recently at the home of ==
.J viewing by the Canal Point Bap- her son and daughter-in-law, Mr.,
jl tist WMU Sunday evening before and Mrs. Frank Rosenburg and .', '
returning to their home in Clew- son Scotty. =- ': BETWEENSTREAMLINE
iston. Mrs. Clarence Cubbege of Winter -
f Mrs. J. H. Miller was the weekend :- Park has returned to her homo -- --
; I guest of her daughter .and after a 'visit with her soninlawand _-
., family, Mr. and Mrs Lou -Lombard daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth ',: .
i. ( i In Miami. Mclntosh. : I '

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williams Mra Charlotte Walston was able ; ,
were weekend guests of their son to return to her home after beinga =
I' and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joh.n patient in St. Marys hospital,, S ===
,Williams, in Orlando., West Palm Beach. =
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Mrs.: C. E. Williams'recently returned Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Ferreira of ANDCONNERS1HIWAY-
I from a visit with'her' gVancl-; Barnstable. Mass:, were the guestsof "
mother who is ill In Dudley, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Carter,, -
Mrs::W. C. Myrick of Tampa was Tuesday.T. '' =
the weekend guest of her sister EX ,"PaVA'jTurbcville is a patient -
;, and b ther-In-law, Mr. and M.*. at St. Marys' Hospital in.West
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:Marys Hospital in sWeat1* Palm student at Palm Beach Junior College SITE OF
Beach'and his wife is a patient at has made the Dean's List.
Everglades Memorial Hospital. I Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Unwin have THE OLD TIN BARN. BIG ENOUGH FOR A .

"Mr.,and Mrs. F. M. Shaughnessy received word that their son, '
Were recent business visitors in Wayne has been promoted to the STATION AND A RESTAURANT -
'Pahokee, while here they were rank of Airman 1st Class. Wayne _
guests 'at the Grassy Waters Motel is'stationed at Thule A.F.B. in WITH LOTS OF PARKING /
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Mr. and Mrs. Meyers 'Fountainhad Mary Parker and her son- PLOT IS 100 FEET.DEEP '( '"\;
as weekend guests their sons in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mra t' =
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school in Atlanta, Ga. and Lance are the guests of her sisterinlawand

LeJune Corporal, N.David C. Fountain of Camp Butler.family. Mr. and Mrs. Gen's C>+++++++++4 1 r

Mrs>"George Ramey and her Mr. and ,Mrs. Frank Glllis have ==== ,',." ==
house guests Mr. and Mrs.' Arthur recently moved Into their new ,'/', .;. =
:Marshy motored to Ft. Myers Sun- home on N. Elm in Vetville. The FOR FULL INFORMATION CALL : _
day, euroute they visited Mr. and former residence of Mr. and Mrs. _
:Mrs. ,Otto Timmans of Prairie Gillis at 2330 E. Main has been

creek!';_ purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Ron PAUL RARDIN, CANAL POINT FLA. ;.-==
Mr. and_ Mrs. L. I. Maloy have Ter Haar. =::z:: _
..returned to their home after Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Elick Chanev of
..*i&lgywas released from Good Homestead were wekend guestsof = Phone 8 a. m. 'til 5 p. m. 9242661r ==
:uCtamfcritan Hospital in West Palm \ his mother, Mrs. Ruby Chaney ==
.Boach> ;oUowing surgery. Mrs. Malay in Pahokee. -
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Page Six Everglades News. Canal Point;, Florida Friday March 6, 1964I

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Week Of,Prayer: By "Mr:! and Mrs.: 'M.. .D.'Celger were;

,,tbs gtiaatk') hia.l *tet; *". J. k:L
Canal l Pt. Baptists Carter in" Jacksonville tec nUy.

I 1- f.t=News OfThe CHlire-lies.J. This week: has been observed as

the week of prayer for home mis-

sions by Baptist W. M. U. mem- Classified Ads .
r po "' bers throughout the Southern Bap- ,

South Side ChurchOf Canal point' First; HodsNativity: tist Convention, The central theme
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I ia ,"In "Fr edbI 1s" Holy Light: ...'
Christ Baptist Church Episcopal_ Church .. Each day Monday thru 'Friday the- tittlc'and advertise the stufffor
sale through these columns?
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- Pahokee
.J members met for a short program
,, Belle Glade; across from Elder R. E. Barfield and prayer period. You'll be surprised how much stuff

Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 SUNDAY: Rev. L. Leasing, Vicar The daily themes were; Mon- you can get rid of and how much

\ .0:00: a. m.-Bible Study 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School SUNDAY: day, "We proclaim] Christ"; Tues- money you can take in. It only
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship 10 a. School costs $1 to ad for
1:+ 11:00: a. m.-Sermon m.-Sunday "We proclaim Life Wednes- try an a week.
day, ;
I' 6:30 6:30 p. m.-B. T. C. 11:00: a. m.-Worship Service ..
r : p. m.-Evening Service day, at the' regular service -
7:30 p. m.-Evening' Worship. prayer FOR SALE: New and Used Willys
: 6:30
: : p. m.-Wed. Bible Study "We proclaim Liberty;" Thursday,
. TUESDAYS: Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garagein
... Church Of God "We proclaim Love" and Friday,
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7:30 Choir ,
: p. m.- practice. Belle Glade, Phone 63058.
t ',,, St. Peter's 'Lutheran WEDNESDAY: Barfield HighwayPahokee "We proclaim Victory". Oct. 1754ch.IS .
In Canal Point members met in
Church Belle Glade 7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer
I.' the homes of Mrs. W. S. Cross.
THERE
Service. Fla.J. ANYTHING in the attic -
THURSDAY:-Every other week W. Hughes, Minister Mrs. J. 1...' McCall, Mrs. D. P. you'd like to convert into
August Koerber, Pastor 7:30 p. m.-Ladles Auxiliary Phone 924.3736 Hughes and Mrs. Lawrence Stew- cash? A small classified ad in

601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade Meeting. SUNDAY: art. this column will turn the trick. It
SUNDAY: Programs were 'presented by
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School only costs a dollar-cash with or-
>" Divine Services 11 A. :M. 11:00 Mrs. W. S. Evans, Mrs. M. F. der.
Church Of Christ a. m.-Morning Worship
\ School 9:45: A. M. 7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser- George, Mrs. J. S. Atkins Mrs.
. viceTUESDAY John Strayer and Mrs. Guy Thompson. POSITIVELY all want ads or

; I 1.: First 'Baptist 125 N. W. Avenue D : The programs were presentedat classifieds, as you wish to call
Phone WY 63867Belle p the church in Pahokee by the them, are payable in advance from
1. :..: Church, Pahokee Glade, Fla. THURSDAY 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service following members, Mrs. Annette this day forward. Don't phone 'em.
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i SUNDAY SERVICES McCurdy, Mrs. L. M. Mullis, Mrs. Write it and drop a dollar bill ,in,
7:30 m.-Youth for Christ
Guthrie W. Colvard, Pastor 10:00: a. m.-Bible Study Service p. H. C. Graham, Mrs. Ralph Crews, the envelope if you want it run

SUNDAY: 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship and Mrs. Paul Tillery. .once. $2 if you want it run twice
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7:30: p. m.EvenlngWorship ___m-------- and so on.'
I j 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School
WEDNESDAY:, The Methodist Church
11:00 BIRTHDAY PARTY
I : a. m.-Morning Worship
6:00 7:30: p. m. Bible Study Mrs. Frank Gillis entertainedwith GLADES Mercantile Company now
: m.-Evening
p. Worship Canal Point Florida offers you all the 1964 Singer
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6:45: p. m.-Training Union a party honoring son Sewing Machines and Vacuum
WEDNESDAY: Christian Science Lynn l on his 10th birthday Mon-
\ Robert A. Pastor cleaners, starting as low as $59.50.
Shelley,
7:30: p. m.-Prayer Service day, March 2, at their home. Easter
Group Of Canal PointThe SUNDAY: Parts and service available six
. c favors were presented the guests.
10:00: a. m.-Church School - days a week on all makes. Glades

\'' The Church Of God Bible Lesson on Man" at 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship TO MOVE TO PORT MAYACA Mercantile Company, 255 East
I Lake Ave
in Pahokee. Phone
: Christian Science churches this 6:30: p. .-Youth Fellowship Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sears have
Of Prophecy Pahokee 7:30: p. m.*-=Evening Worship 9245597.:
Sunday will explore the question purchased the Underhill home at

Canal Point Road from Psalms ((8:3): ) : "What is man, MONDAY: Port Mayaca and will move there TUPPERWARE for sale in'CanaJ

that thou are mindful of,him?" 3:15: p. m.-Youth Choir practice soon from their home in Canal Point by Mrs. Ray Ursry. :I also,

:, r.' John H. Kinard, pastor Golden] Text: "God created man Point. They will rent their present am agent for Beauty Counselor
10:00: a. m.-Sunday School in his own image, in the image of 2nd MONDAY: : home after the move. The Underhill Make-up. Phone Mrs: Ursry in Ca-

11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service God created he him" (Genesis 7:3O p. m.-Esther Class. meet- home is what was formerly the nal Point at 9247350. M27p
r 7:45: p. Evangelistic Service 1:27): IngTUESDAY Gus Roell home and is one of the

,, 8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B.. One of the major themes will be : nicest in the group built by Bes- FOR SALE: Cut flowers and pot-
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8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. these lines from "Science and 8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society1st semer Properties. ted plants, Poincianna Nursery:

Everyone welcome. Special music Health with Key to the Scriptures"by TuesdayWEDNESDAY ; Mrs. A. H. Scruggs. Located 1 mile

and singing. Mary Baker Eddy: "The under- : HOME: FROM FUNERALMrs. north of Canal Point- on 441. Tele-

.e standing of'his spiritual Individu- 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting Roland Long returned to phone 9247217.. M13pd.
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) Canal Point ality makes man more real"more her home recently after attending YOUNG MAN WANTED: To'
.. formidable in truth; and enables First Methodist funeral services for her father, W. l learn
office and parts work.
i Baptist Church him to conquer sin, disease, and M. Sanford 87, who died after a High school graduate preferred.Must .
death" (p. 317)). Church, PahokeeJohn short illness. Funeral services were
: be able .
I to write legible hand.Stuart.s
Lawrence Stewart, Pastor held in the Liberty Funeral home
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- Farm Service, CanaJ
SUNDAY: A. Briley Pastor Liberty, Ind. Mr. Sanford is sur-
I 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School Training: UnionIn SUNDAY: vived by three daughters. Point, Fla. M13pd: .

i 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship 9:45 a. m.--Church School ....d. BUILDING MATERIALS Com-
I 6:30: p. m.-Training Union "Hobo" PartyThe 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship PARENTS WEEKENDRev. plete' line Just 'received. Fir,

I 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship 6:45 p. m.-MYF and Mrs. Guthrie' Colvard Pine, Moulding Plywood Roofing,:

WEDNESDAY: way side park on the St. 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship plan to leave Friday morning for Hardware, Paints, anything you
7:30: p. m.-Prayer ;Meeting Lucie river was the scene of a TUESDAY: Stetson University in Deland to need. Will be sold at reduced prices.'+

gathering of, "Hoboes" Saturday 7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac attend "Parents Weekend." An Cash and Carry Lumber Company,

The Pahokee Church night. Canal Point Baptist "ho- ticeWEDNESDAY opera will be presented by the students 310 S. Barfield Highway, Phone
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I boes" age 9 thru 12 attending a : entitled "Merry Wives of 924-2591: Pahokee. Formerly Pioneer -
I Of The Nazarene training union party dressed for 7:45 p. .-Midweek devo- Windsor", Friday and Saturday Lumber Company. M6-2tp
I the and elected Ross Brant-
part tions
night in which Miss Ruth Colvard
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Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 D. P. Hughes entered St. Mary's
Mattie Thompson in leading the Realty Inc.
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Pace JCI t The ,. eg, News, Can**point, Florida. Friday. March 0,1864'

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a ; home of :Mr. and Mrs. W. E! .

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i. ..J .6..... .' .' ..' j* A complete list of legislative scene of j TCfient! ; > fajnily reunionwith
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'candidates frdm'Palm Beach County 35TW-4t>"' *feple amending.Out .

r follows: of town guests were P., kd.[
) t, ..' .... 1a N Group 1 Joel Daves III West German of Warrington Va.,. Mrs.;
.. ,f fJ Palm Beach county solicitor and . Virginia :Sudduth ,;of'_ Middleburg
I S YOUR : Eric Bennett Bailey. Juno schoolteacher Josx ya Va., and Mrs. Delorene Wright ,of

0 REI1ALS, ; Democrats; James H. Petersburg Va., all of whom wero
Scheifley Delray Beach semi-re house guests of Mr. and Mrs.:. B. C.
,-H ) tired and Donald A. Montgomery: Sims.. Others attending- from outoftown -
Boca Raton truck business operator F' were Mi r. and Mrs. James
r" yy"'e'e'et l Republicans. 1 Yl Sims and family and Mr. and Mrs.

I + Group 2 Incumbent Rep. Em- Russell Sims and family of Lake.
met S. Roberta Belief Glade seek- Worth.
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ing his sixth two-year term. Democrat -

4 ; Daniel J. Gorham West Mrs. White HonoreeAt
: Palm Beach county voting registrar -,
I I ,a Republican. MRS. RUTH OLDHAM Luncheon ,PartyMr.

West Palm Beach high school and Mrs. Chan White returned -
Mrs., Ruth Oldham
t I coach Democrat; incumbent State to their home in Savannah,
tt tl !t Rep. Donald H. ,Reed Boca Raton Asks Supervisor: JobMrs. Ga., Tuesday after a visit with
t s s ''4v attorney and Scott, Killings- relatives in Pahokee Belle Glade

; / worth, West Palm Beach&, employed Ruth Oldham, deputy clerkin and West Palm Beach. Mrs. White
t- in private business, Republicans. was honored with a luncheon at
the Palm Beach County Reg-
Group 4 Robert F. Day Boca the home of Mrs. J. T. Platt on
t'A' Raton, Realtor Democrat; Louis istration Office has officially an- Friday. Feb: 28.
A.. (Skip)' Bafalis North Palm nounced her candidacy for the office . -

Beach, business executive and,Mrs. of supervisor of registration. :Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weeks of

t Carl Q. (Dorea) Yeaman North Mrs. Oldham a native of Ohio Miami were the guests of his
Palm Beach, housewife and former has resided in the West Palm his father J. G. Weeks recently,

teacher. Republicans.Port Beach area since 1950. She is a
unit will at the Pahokee Bank from ,
mobile county registration be Commissioner C. Markham Democrat.In ----- --- --- ---- ---
10:30: a..m. to 1:30: m. and at the East Lake School from 2:00: p. m. to ..
p. Langham of Sub-District 1, repre- I 1961, she served the .. I, "iI.i"r !, < 5:00: p. m.,on Friday March 6. The unit is sponsored as a civic service senting Palm Beach and Palm I on precinct -
1 by the West Palm Beach Typographical Union No. 709 and Committee Beach revision board established by
1 on Political Education AFL-CIO. The mobile unit has been in service Shores announced Tuesdayhe supervisor Daniel Gorham.
,I at West Palm Beach and Riviera where more than l.OOO registra- will tile.. tOday for reelectionto Mrs. Oldham was active in voter PRINCE THEATRE
a third term. He Is a Republican. -
tions were handled. registration drives and get out the
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-------------------------------------- vote campaigns prior to being'em-
new and features a photography -- -- ployed in the registration office.
Tourist IndustryTo contest with four live porpoises as Glades 'Mercantile She and her ,husband, ,George, .,

I Get Promotion prizes. For those winners who live at 4416 Beech Drive, West SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY
haven't room in their goldfish Has Open HouseMr Palm Beach.;:
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TALLAHASSEE The Florida: ponds for a porpoise, the state will
starts provide an alternate prize .of and Mrs.,Joe Alderman'were BROWNS VISIT ATLANTAMr.
I Development Commission $1,000. hosts to their friends this week : ,,and Mrs. J. W. Brown were "WHOSMINDING,t I ,
I March 9 on a nine-city'tour of the ... with "Open "'
an House" for the recent visitors in Atlanta Ga. THE STORE?
state ''to preview its new spring I II grand opening of their new store where they visited their daughter. -

and> summer promotional campaigns Kelly Thomas. Has The Glades Mercantile Co It wasa Miss Joyce Brown and his JERRY LEWIS, JILL ST. JOHN,

I ,to the tourist Industry. i Birthday PartyKelly year ago that the old building mother Mrs. Virginia ,Brown. On
tt'On' hand for the presentations I burned and ,the many friends of their return trip they'made busi- RAY ALSTON & JOHN
will be''commission tourist division Thomas was presentedwith the: Aldermans took advantage of ness stops in north Florida and McGIVERIiTTiltT
.1 l chief Jim Sumpter. advertising a most unusual birthday the: open house to wish them the visited their home in Salt Springs.

t manager Lee Adams and Louis party for a one year old. She was very_best'for the,years of business They are expected home the latter
\ Benito Tampa head of the com honored with a buffet supper by ahead. ... part of this week., iW I..uAI.V I V I\.l.6I I IJY I ViiI

mission's advertising agency. The her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jackie ,-
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\ two promotional campaigns will be Thomas Thursday evening. Guests -- -- -

presented a slide program., i included her grandparents. Mr. lfTffl i"
I The schedule for preaentaton ofF and Mrs. J. V. Thomas Mr. and

/ the campaigns, includes: March )>,I[Mrs. Bob Meyer Mr.; and Mr<*.
I Pensacola and Panama City; :Charles Jernigan and daughter
i March 1O Ponte' Vedra and Daytona I Lisa Mr. and Mrs. Luke Fraser Meet The N westOliver

I Beach; March 11, St. Peters I and,:Mrs. Paul Rardin.
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,burg''and Sarasota; March 12 Mi- I I
axai' and Miami Beach and March VISITS THE WROTENS

18'West Palm Beach. Mrs.. J. B. Elliott of Ft. Lauder- 1800 Tractor
'This year's spring campaign is I dale visited her granddaughterand

patterned closely after last year's family Mr. and Mrs. Lee ,
advertising. Theme of the promotion Wroten Thursday she was also" :
wrapped around the Florida the guest of .her grandchildren in
An 18OO Is For NOW
Arts Festival April 1-June 30. ;, Belle,Glade,and South Bay earlierIn ,
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