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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: April 17, 1964
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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17, 1964 PVSLISHEJ/' WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BV PAUL RARDIN



CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY

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Bridge Is BoughtOn Cancer Society F Bud Dickinson Lantana Airport ,

Checks Can Be MailedChecks Coming: TomorrowLocal

Ramie Road For DiscussionThe
Up
r for the American Cancer t'. r residents will have an opportunity -
Society can be mailed in Canal
to meet Bud Dickinson,
Point to Mrs. G. H. Tucker, P. O.
r
The Rubin Construction Comp- Democratic candidate for Governor. Lantana Airport and its fu- :
any, West Palm Beach, Monday Box 382 or you can call Mrs. Tucker Saturday April 18, from 8:30: ture'was among the items discussed -
at 024-5658 and she will pick
r' was awarded a contract for improvement till 9:45: a. m. Dickinson will be on by the county commission this
check. Mrs. Tucker has
of seven miles of Ramie up your the Pahokee Lions Club ground. week.

Road in the Glades. worked the cancer drive for many .. for an informal visit and hind- One phase' of'the' discussion con- .) ,
and is anxious to thank the
The submitted low years shake. 'Coffee and donuts will be
company a cerned a letter received from the ). ,
folks who have always made
bid of $88,924 for the job which had many I served. Federal Aviation Authority asking

been estimated to cost more than donations. . ... . if the county commission had any (
100000. Rubin was the lowest of plans for ''changing present opera-
five bidders. ... Eastern Star Has
Funeral ServicesFor tion of the field.
.In another action the commis-
{
4h.'' YS The FAA /said! a recent editorialin
sion instructed its engineering department I' s Jacksonville Meet a Lake Worth newspaper pointed -
to cooperate with the Mrs. Crosby 77 } out that the field might be a
a City of Pahokee and the State nuisance to a hospital being built ,1 l
Road Dept., in completing a sani- t l
at community adjac-
: Delegates of District 18 of the Atlantis a
for the munici .:Mrs. Ida Serena Crosby, 77 a .
project
tary sewer
resident of Pahokee since 1922, Order of Eastern Star met in the ent to the port. /
Commissioner Paul Rardin
pality. The commission said it had
Robert Meyer Hotel in Jacksonville no-
died Friday. She was a member of
ask that all possible steps be taken '
;' the Primitive Baptist Church of REV. KENNETH W. HARRISON to honor,the new Grand instructor. plans for changing present opera-
to approve the sewer project so tions at the Lantana base and thatif
Okeechobee. Survivors include one Those present from Pahokee were
that the work can be done at the
Mrs. Adeline Wroten Mrs. Jessie this situation ever came about
son Lewis Crosby of Las Vegas
same Rardin time contractors Ave., along ire which workingon the Nev., and one daughter, Mrs. Lois Baptist Revival Barnes, Mrs. Annette McCurdy, the county would 'provide similar I-
Allen of Atlanta, Ga. Two sisters. Mrs. Jennie McKinstry and Ml.S.Ruth .airport facilities in another area.
Jines'wUl be1
sewer placed. .
commission took under advisement
The
The. board also agreed to in buy the' a Mrs.Guthrie,Joanna; both Guthrie of Pahokee.and Mrs. Eva Starts April 26 Mrs.Meredith.Ivey Whitehead and Mrs. a request from Florida-

privately owned bridge Servicesi Fern Dilly represented Moore Alrmotlve, Inc., that it be granteda
were held at the First
Glades for $5,000, a span that will 15 lease its '
Baptist church of Pahokee by Inrieth Haven and Mrs. Louise Hendry. year for operations
be improved to fit road improve- I Elder Van ,Lightsey. Pall bearers Rev. Wayne Harrison :Mrs. Joe Aspey, Mrs. Helen Dick- at Lantana, Airport. The firm said ,
ment plans. The span is known asSenter were/Chester Batchelor, Joe Hat- from th( Shiloh Baptist Church of ey, Mrs. Helen Jensen and Mrs. it needed the long term lease to secure -

Bridge.Commissioner. Rardin in another ton, Sr., Roy Trammell Edward Selma :Alabama IS _the Evangelist Madge Taylor represented Bell financing for expansion of its J
Road Trammell]] Wiley Tillis ,and Claude forrlCanal' Point Baptist'Church Glade. Representing Clewiston operations. ,:
action asked that the State I Padgett. Interment was'Monday in Jubilee Revival to be held Ap"tl were :Mrs. Essie Roberston, andMrs. In other actions the board votedto (
Department give an opinion as to, 26th 3rd. call for bids for construction of
Pearson ,Ga.. through May Betty Carlton. The Grand Instructor 1
whether or not a new state law'i Mr. Harrison, a graduate of was presenteda beautiful. two ,bridges on Congress Ave.. as

.'_". levying:'$,charge:,tot-moving.equipment ; I F7oilda",;:11. t ',U 1wtfnd: \ Ndw sweater-IroVn' the''district': T ., soon., ,us. pianacan be,completed/:* ',_ ...
over state roads appfestosecondary : ftafd Surface ForNew Orleans Baptist Theological. Semi- Authorized the purchase of an f
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roads. nary has* pastored Churches in airboat for. use by the Mosquito 4
-- The county commission learned I Alabama and Florida.'In a relative Judgment Stands Control Department.

that the new statute requires thatit I Ramie Road short pastorate in Selma serving Received a'$1,900 payment from r

pay the road department a fee I I Craig Air Force Base, has madean the Florjda Board of Conservationas
for moving equipment over primary exceptional record in additionto For $165,000.00According the states share of financing a '

roads. Contract was let Monday by his church. new boat ramp at Phil Foster
Rardin said if the measure applies Palm Beach County for, the hard Mr.' Harrison is known for his Wednesday Park.
to in the -
story
to secondary roads the com-, surfacing of recently built Ramie simple manner of fervently preach- edition a of The Miami Her- Approved the bond of W. J. I
mission might find itself payingfor Road according to County Com- the of Salvation. Fora the board
ing message ald the of Pahokee failed to Snow, as a member of
City
the roads which the
of
use mission Vice Chairman Paul Rar-
young man in years he speaks in of governors for the Southeast l
165000.00 judgment
commission built and paid for out din under whose direction the new with a knowledge of the Bible of Circuit escape a Court awarded to Leon Hospital District.

of its own pocket.. stretch of 7'/ miles of road was that of an elder scholar.At Alexander, a youngster woundedby Awarded bids for material need-
constructed. Rubin Construction the request of the church the three ed to place a new county dredgein
Police Chief Has Company of West Palm Beach was pastor, and Mrs. Stewart will be The a policeman story further years says Circuit ago. operation at Lake Ida at Delray

the successful low bidder at a priceof leading the music program. Mrs. Judge Robert S. Hewitt decided hewouldn't Beach and authorized hiring of a
88924.48 for the completed Stewart will be of
singing many dredge operator.
retry a $500,000 lawsuit
Two the favorite numbers of' member- .41-
Opponents Job.Ramie
Alexander the
\ filed by against city
Road extends from Con-
ship. The entire community is wel-
and L. H. Gordon, a former patrol-
Lions Club Hears
WPB Road between
ners Highway ( come to come and bring a friendto
Chief of Police Leon Guthrie has Canal Point and 20-Mile Bend) all the services, begining nlght- man.
two opponents in his race for reelection southward to Airport Road which (Continued on Page 8)) The city contended the $165,000
leads into Belle Glade via .the . award, granted by a Jury Feb. 19 Marine Major
in the annual election to be was excessive. The size of the

held on May 5. His opponents are: Glades Sugar House.Commissioner' Rardin worked Bake Sale BringsIn judgment, the city argued, show- i

ed the jury had been swayed by. lMaJor\Roland McGee .U. S. Mar ,,'
Stanley :Mock and T. B.. 'Perry., out a right-of-way: plan a coupleof $24,45 Cash 1
'fI". Mock is dragline operator and'Perry'ls .years ago where, most of the bias passion and e pathy. On rifle Corp West Palm',Beach, was..*:;-,

a ,former _member of th needed right-of-way was' donatedby The Phi Gamma Nu chapter of asked this and for a other new trial.grounds the city' the guest speaker at the Lions .

police departmentMayor borders landowners the constructed whose property road. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority met at Alexander was 13 on Aug. 6, Club Tuesday April 14. He was In. '

I, Duncan Padgett. is shooting The new road now opens up several' the home of Mrs. BIl.ly' Mackeythis 1961, when he encountered Gordon trpduced by program chairman ,

for his third term, and* by thousand acres of vegetable and week with ,Mrs. Joan Gamot outside a Pahokee building. In his George Rashley. :Major McGee pre-
Tuesday night he was all alone in land and a original complaint the boy claimed sented a,film depicting the Marine
sugar cane provides president, presiding. It was an-
the race. Mrs. Patricia Mackey,
for Gordon had unnecessarily fired a forces in readiness.
veteran city clerk, is sure of her splendid county highway pas- nounced that the recent 'bake sale the we. Robert Culberson welcomedat
of semi trucks haulingcane shotgun as policeman was
fifth term without opposition. I t sage and other trucks loaded with netted $24.45 which is to be- do- trying to arrest him. the student guest. Ed Elasey,
Running for reelection to the vegetables. nated to the hospital fund. The Alexander said his spine was candidate -for: Superintendent of

City Council are Carmen Salva- green ... program was presented by Miss severed by buckshot and that the Public. Instruction, was also a I
tore, Group 1, seeking a second Willadene Todd entitled "A Mirror wound left him paralyzed below guest.M. .

term and Joseph Thompson, Group John L. Evans Road for your Voice." Refreshmentswere the waist. I. Keen, chairman of the nom-
3, seeking a third term. Group 2 served by the hostess at the inating committee, presented the
Councilman Lloyd Hundley decided close of the meeting. following names selected for the
not to run again, and Harry B. Named In GladesA . Chicken Supper coming years officers: Glenn
Elarbee field for his seat. There
New Member For Brower,' President; George Rash-
are on opponents.Mrs. Scheduled ToniteThe Icy first Vice President; Harry
Mackey reported approxi- strip of road running on the TheWoman's ClubMrs. Elarbee, second Vice President; J.
mately 1,525 persons have regis- north side of Bolles Canal in the S. Atkins third Vice President; R.

tered so far for the May 5 city Glades has a new name today. Marguerite Maxwell was. Church of God on Barfield J. Schroder, Secretary; J. W. Vann..
election. If a runoff is necessary it The ten mile stretch from the welcomed as a new member at the Highway will sponsor a chicken Treasurer;;' D. Douglas, Lion
will be held May 12. Deadline ,for I Hendry County line east to U. S. April 8 meeting of the Pahokee supper, Friday, April 17, at the Tamer and Lewis Collins Tail
registration is 5 p. m.April 24. 27 at Okeelanta will be known as Woman's Club. In the short business Pahokee Woman's Club from 5:00: Twister.
. the John L. Evans Road named session Mrs. Leon till 8:30 '
Spooner p.m. : p. m. Cost will be There will be no meeting Tuesday -
:Mrs. John Gandy is being hon- after a pioneer Glades resident, announced that plans had been $1.00 for adults, 5Oc for children. April 21 dUd to the Spring
ored tonight with a stork shower who was described as an outstanding completed for members of the club Take out orders can be placed by Zone and Ladies Night social to beheld
at the home of Mrs..Charles Max- grower and civic worker. to work With mobUe T. B. Unit on calling 924-7917 or 9247363. :Monday night April 20 At
son Hostesses are :Mra. Charles Adoption of the resolution officially April 10. . 7:8O: p. m. in the Canal Point Community -
Brown and :Mrs. Jake Williams. naming the 'road was presented Mrs. .Lewis Friend announced Mrs. M. P. Stanley is visiting Center. The Canal Point'

Mr. Gandy will return to her home by Commissioner' Paul that the annual "Movie Luncheon" her parents Mr. and Mr*. Pegler, Lions win be host to Lions frcnv
in Germany April 80. Rardin Canal Point. will be held April 22. in Lumkin, G*., this week. Pahokee and Okeechobee.:





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Friday April 17, 19R1
Page The Everglades News Canal Point Florida 33438
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in the beef situation is the U. S. |Phosphate Industry State OperatingIn :
Department of Agriculture which '
announced recently its initial pur-J I Continues To Grow The Black
chase of choice grade frozen -
ground beef and boneless roasts I j LAKELAND-Florida's expanding TALLAHASSEE Florida Income -
I has caught up with Its spending -
for distribution to schools and continuesto
phosphate industry the first time since last
for
other eligible institutions.
I
set a new wage and employmentrecord. and the state's general
Accepted were bids from 8 paCKers summer
on 28 carloads ((21,000 pounds, revenue fund Is now operating in
to the .car) for a total of 688.000I I The nine companies operating in the black.
pounds at a cost of approximately I the Polk-East Hillsborough countyarea State Comptroller Ray Green reported -
411.iLj! I I the $35: million borrowed -
that
$326,000. Successful bids rangedfrom ;;; 11 I had 6,374 employees on Jan. idle
51.92 cents to 56.43 cents I for general revenue from
per pound. 1, largest number in history. To-t trust funds has been repaid In full.
Twenty-three bids were offered tal earnings for 1963 were $36- The state's tax revenues reacha

The Rardin Building:,In Canal Point FloridaTHE for a total of 4.305.0OO: pounds 50O.OOO, the largest amount phos- peak each :March as several big
with top bid at 78 cents a pound. phate industry workers ever earn onc-J-a-year taxes are collected
LAKE OKEECHOBEE! HOME OF States from which shipmentswill ed in a year. then. But the cash balance" melts
..be madg and number of carloads The figures were released by the away each summer as the state'sexpenses
; Ca141p\ i ia. 4; Colorado, 2; Florida Phosphate Council following surpass the revenue.
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TftE; EV GLjHES)- : W&- Iowa! 2; Kansas, 5; Minnesota! ,. 4; i :"a- survey. t't.he" 'companies In Then, state officials must trarisf'ermoney

Serving.the Lak Okeechobeei :Farming' : Region Without Nrbraska. *5j; 'Oklahoma, 1;; Texas,I the area, from the trust,'funds to the
2; Washington, 1;; and Wisconsin;I I The 1963 figures show that the general revenue fund to keep the
Interruption Every. Week: for Nearly 40 Years
I 10 cash balance at an operationallevel.
'' 2. Industry. payroll',has doubled in
Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday I : while the average earningsper -
years .
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Subscription P4ce$2.00? Year In Advance :Mrs. Ray Singletary and granddaughter worker reached a'new peak .
Kim left today for Tallahassee -I during, the, year 'of slightly more I Terri Thomas, small daughter,
The Everglades Nevis I ntered at the.Post Office, / to pick up her daughter I than $110 per'week! This"Is $1,060 of Mr. and'Urs. Jack Thomas, entered
.CanalPoint.; Florida, aa Second Class Matter Connie who has completed her I 1 more per year than he was receiving St. 'Mary's hospital in West
freshman year at F. S. U. They I five years ago. Palm Beach Wednesday for'a:
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, PublisherFR.O1SPT
will go to Thomasville ,Ga. where "The 1963' earnings were almosta tonsllectomy.
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they will visit Mrs. Singletary's, million dollars more than in -
. Mother, Mrs. C. W. Connally who 1962" the council said "and over Mrs. Donna Mae Shield. la. the
I makes her,home with Mr. and Mrs.I $10 million more than five years guest of her sister and.brotherinlaw --
THE ; J. S. Chastain. I I ago. Mr. and Mrs. E. F, McIlwaln9 .

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""' : : Phone 9245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade :*
Diversification and expansion and less fat than "ordinary beet"Three
haye been leading: the: big' ; retail food chains with some 100 + SALES and SERVICE *
stores and Into stores in the Metropolitan New
food deeper deeper *
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\ other lines, of business than foods. York area will be selling the Hunt- {E: Heating Air ConditioningAppliances &
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'Beauty aids, kitchen hardware ley brand. According to Huntley, a *
soft towels Stockton New Jersey rancher, his V
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appliances, goods ,
and1 rugs, clothing: etc.), drugs and cosmetics : "super-beef" cattle are fed to ++++++ .++.:.+++.>+<*.. +.>+.:.<.-->.:..>+: -(.<.. : .> >. c:.+. +' +.,

and even anti freeze: lubrlcatlng choice and prime grades on a mIX- .
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oil and other automotive ture of natural grasses and corn. --
supplies are just a few of the Grass only while producinghigh
things, in. today's, 'supermarket protein meat results in a f. ti,
which you wouldn't have found inthe tough animal, he comments, ES"e
"grocery store" your mother whereas corn feeding produces
;.uped to patronize.O. tasty, tender meat but too little
K., says a spokesman, for one of it in proportion to waste fat.
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'of the big oil companies, but If the
trend continues with more automotive On the subject of beef, which 1x
items being added,, the oil has been getting quite a play in the
Industry is going to start putting national news; I noted one report
food departments Into, filling sta about a'l complaint in Congress that
tions. there have, been no signs of lower .w. l la liS
That's the opinion of Charles A. prices in Washington retail mark-
:poster: Jr., vice president of cent- eta during the period of sharply.
ral :division marketing for Shell lower cattle, quotations.
Oil company, expressed at a recent Nevertheless I've noted more
,meeting of sales executives in than one report in food trade publications -
Cleveland. of fine chain store co
According to Mr. Foster the oil operation In an effort to move

industry Is eyeing the desirabilityo burdensome beef supplies. __
adding non-automotive merch-; Latest to come to my attentionwas /
andise and some trials with nonperishable a Denver chain which ran, a ., _
foods already have 3-milllon-pound beef sale late in '
I II II Ir
been, made "with varying degrees March.. In double-page newspaperads
\ of success." featuring 73 beef items and I .r
As reported by Fairchild News seven home freezer specials it was I .
:Service, Mr. Foster.Indicated wide- stated"Every beef item in this ad .
:spread studies are being conducted. is reduced.'"
I He noted.one chain of, stations So, it is obviously not true that b
._ in Florida has been offering a food ALL* the chains have neglected to r
staple item at bargain rates :o attract give consumers a break on lower
customers. beef prices while cattle prices are _.,.,.. .
". down. But it does appear= that co-

Chet Huntley, who reports the operation of retailers is more read-
New York'' half of the well-known ily forthcoming in areas closely .
Huntley-Brinkley TV newscasts associated with cattle industry.The ..
ia lending his name to a new,brand Denver sale was in response
'. of beef.According. to a plea from the Colorado Cattle -
J- to Supermarket! Feeders Association for help in '
News, the claim Is made that the moving an oversupply of fed cattle. ., }
* Young Mac D naldk
beet being marketed tinder his
label has a higher protein content Also trying to give some help

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Hr! wi ALL YOU at the but it isn't like grandpa's used to be !

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:" FabulousAll : Not just an oink-oink here and a quack-quack there. . but ,

Reddy Kilowatt is everywhere. Here a switch, there a switch.

Hew ' Irrigation, barn cleaning, livestock feeding, milking, ventilation

PALM BEACH teNNCL OUT .and 'refrigeration are only some: of the tasks taken over by ,

Reddy-your tireless, low-cost helper.. ;., ";

_ NITELYEXCEPT i Convenient electrical work-savers cut down chore drudgery and .'' .'';i. ..

=a SUNDAY ?> help increase productivity.; No, wonder the modern electrified ''- ''

THRU t( :farm is more attractive to young people. They're finding a future ;.. .

)r ; APR. 22 = ; 'in profitable Florida farming-electrically! Ee-i-ee-i-oh! : : "
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April 17, 1964 The'Evergifades News, Canal Point, Florida 334$* Page Seven.
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1Dessert Contest I will be filmed by WFTV, Orlando,

Here Is What Transpired At Monday's PublicizedWINTER on videotape for telecast duringthe
Widely weekend on stations WEAR

Meeting: Of The Palm Beach Pensacola; WLBW, Miami; WCTV.
r HAVEN A networkof
Tallahassee; WFLA, Tampa; and:
Commission six Florida television stations
County
BIRTHS WJXT, Jacksonville
will the Grand Championship -
carry
Sponsors of the telecasts on the
-- --- - - finals of the Fifth All-Florida.
'Mr. and : A resolution asking that an I said the Palm Beach Shores Prop- heldin six stations are the Florida. Citrus
Mrs James Barton announce Orange Dessert Contest to be
outfall plan to be worked I erty Owners Association had ask- Commission, Tupperware Homo
ocean :
the birth of James ,
a son, under
Jr., born April 12. out in the Lake Worth area to I I ed the county board for help to rid Winter Haven on April 24 Parties, Inc. and Publix Markets. *

Mr. and Mrs.'Marion C. Powell prevent the need of dumping sewer the area of the pollution problem. the auspices of the Florida Citrus Sponsors of the Orange Dessert

announce the birth of a daughter, plant affluent into drainage canals I I Van Kessel said the county health Commission.The contest, in addition to the Florida
I department had already survey- of the two- Citrus Commission, are the electric
Gretta Jean born April 13. was approved by the county commission televised portion I
Monday. !I ed the situation and was unable to day contest will consist of the I power utilities of the state: Tampa
Mr.and Mrs Paul R. Miller announce ,
Lake with its investigation be- their des- Electric Co., Florida Power Corp-
the birth of a son, bor: The resolution' calls on the proceed 12 finalists preparing
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April 12.Engineers. Worth Drainage District, the Cityof I I suggested serts. Winners will receive prizes oration, Florida Power & Light
. Atlantis City of Lake Worth totalling $10,000. The program Co., and Gulf Power Co.
Palm Beach Junior College and I for Federal funds to continue the

Will Be the State Board of Health to cooperate -II survey and find a way to eliminatethe

Honored' May 7 in planning and develop- I air pollution. '
ing an ocean outfall disposal system The commissioner pinpointed the
I source of the problem saying the
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to serve all interests.
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A ceremony set for May 7 at
Commission Chairman Edward air pollution was caused by smoke
p. m. will honor two former' Pain I
from the Florida Power and Light
Beach County' engineers.At Bandlow: presented the issue say- I
that time portraits of J.'M 1 ing that present plans call for plant.
Atlantis I Commissioner George Warren,
affluent from an
dumping
Boyd;>> long time county enginee '
14 which Delray'Beach, said the only way to
hospital into Canal emp-
and later Town Manager in Pain
ties into Lake Osborne. Bandlow 'I get nd of the smoke problem for:
Beach and the late Steve Middle-
would all time would be for the power
said he feared such a move
ton will be' unveiled and hungii
contaminate waters now used for I company to convert to gas. .
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the county engineers office in the
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The board decided to call on its
recreational
court house. purposes. ..J
The is being arranged Smoke and air pollution in the I health department to draft a tentative ? ,;.
ceremony
of Palm Beach proposal for continuing the "
Port
the
area of .1'
by the Palm Beach County Chapter -
received official attention of the I pollution survey and to present the i.
of the Florida Engineering So County Commission this week. I commission with cost estimates for Paid by' folly for Oovemor C.pctl.n'vn4 "" ..'

Commissoner E. F. Van Kessel the ,work.
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Certificate Of Patterson Circle P rt

Birth Necessary At Rardin HomeThe "1." 1


JACKSONVILLE The State I lone Patterson Circle of the
Canal,Point, Baptist Church met'atthe
Board of Health today urged par-
home of Mrs. Paul Rardin .,.
ents who have children starting to April 13. Mrs. J. L. McCall chair-

school this fall to obtain certified man, presided. The opening prayer '' LET'S CONTINUE I

copies of the birth certificates im was led by Mrs. W. S. Cross. I FLORIDA'S SENIORITY .

mediately.At H During the meeting plans were, < WITH . ,
the same time Everett made'' to attend the Palm Lake

Williams Jr., director of the: Associational. M. U. meeting SPESSARD L.

board's Bureau of Vital Statistics Friday, April 17 at the Canal Point
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cautioned that hospital birth cer- Baptist Church. ;. HOLLANDYOUR

tificates are not accepted by Mrs.: J. D. Latham presented the

schools. Official birth certifica- program entitled "Baptists Emerge UNITED STATES ,SENATOR
tions are issued by the Bureau of Into Modern History". She was
Vital Statistics and some county assisted by Mrs. Nellie Reuter, I have served as your U. S. Senator since 1946.

health departments. Williams also, Mrs. C. B. Jones Mrs. J. E. Williams During these years I have attained seniority

advised against waiting too long to and Mrs. M. C. Carter. ranked twelfth among 67 Democratic Members

"Kynes' record is one of obtain a birth certificate. He said Mrs. Lawrence Stewart was a of the Senate.

dedicated, tireless serviceto "'''Although we are processing about guest. There were 10 members This seniority has placed me on three major

the community.' 50O birth certifications a day right present. The' meeting was closed senate committees . each one of which I Is of

,now we can give fast service. Later with prayer by Mrs.'M. F George. particular importance to Florida and, every one

ORLANDO SENTINELPaid during any last minute'' rush by The May, meeting toil be held at of its citizens.,, . ,

: 1'' parents service will be slower., A tIJe..hom.e.ot.1\trs.-.&, Carter with '" Your'vote' Mcy Sth-will1ceep.me: In this power- '
.(.P." child miss an-\ entire<.year of Williams
can Mrs:r. E.' charge of the ful position to help Florida as well as our great
school unless a birth. 'certificate is program.
obtained in time." . country.
Application forms may be obtained SPtSSAtD L. HOLLAND It a -JV- Member of Joint Committee
from a county health department Put Orange Juice Member' of th. S.nat. Ap. on reduction of nenestentlal

but a letter will be ade Machines In Every proprlotlon. Commltt.' Federal ..pendlturei.
Member af /the Aeronautical
Memb of the Senate AgrlJL>
quate if it contains all the essen *
Service Station culture and) Foredry Com and Space Selene Commit*
tial information. mitt. t...
must include the funname f
Application Member of the/ Senate Democratic -
of the child; the full name ORLANDO An orange juice Steering Committee..
(Paid Pol. Adv. For by Kynes Campaign
Fund Ronnie Spencer Chairman) of they father; full maiden name ol vending machine in every service

the mother; the day month, year,, station, factory, office or "wher- SPESSARDM
city and county of birth; whether. ever people gather" was the goal: ELECT
the child is male or female; and set by the chairman of the boardof

the child's race. The original birth The Coca-Cola Co.
certificate number should be Included Lee Talley's comments were

if possible. made_ in a press conference held
A T O R
If the child was born in another during an inspection tour of the

state, the certificate must be obtained Florida production r facilities of
from that state.A I The Coca-Cola Company's ;Minute
4 full photocopy or a wallet- Maid Division and the groves of

sized birth registration card en- Minute Maid Corporation, a sub-

cased in plastic may be obtained sidiary of the Atlanta-based par-

from the bureau. The type wanted ent company. DOYLE ,wN1 ; \
should be specified. A fee of one Talley stated the worldwide net- ..*!
each or card must work of Coca-Cola Bottlers would -
:dollar for copy i 1
accompany the application: probably be used to introduce or- N1 CONNER ,:l ViFriday

The board also suggested'that ange juice and orange drinks dispensed ,' ,,.'i'
before starting the first grade the by vending machines in all ', 1t .. ",--1
E3 ReElectED child have all the basic inoculations countries of the world., I' ,.f'
against whooping cough I "A new vending machine for Commissionerof ,
polio smallpox, diphtheria and I citrus products has been '''undergoing -

MASON tetanus (lockjaw). tests in Baltimore and Colum a
bus," Talley explained. "The1 ma-
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chine is dispensing a' sevenouncecup AgricultureI'M
TO THEFLORIDA of juice for a dime. Public
PUBLIC Study Course By acceptance has been excellent."

He1' stated such a program would .
COMMISSION Pahokee Baptists ,
UTILITIES
not be launched, however, until
all operational problems are elim- GRATEFULfor
Law Graduate and Former ''Members of the W. M. U. of the inated from the vending machinesand

- Special Assistant to first Baptist Church of Pahokee mass production. started.CLASSIFIED the opportunity to continue) serving
U. S. Attorney met Tuesday April 14 for a Study e
course and Luncheon in the fellowship ADS PAY Florida' consumers and growers'through:
24 Years of Law and BIG DIVIDENDS
hall of the church. Mrs. M. P.

Progressive Public Service Sapp, General Stewardship Chair-' NPi4 QX.ONE OF EVERY FOUR INSPECTION of foods, gasolines, feeds, fertilizers -

:i .JL, Cited for Fair and man was assisted by stewardship VISITORS IS SEEING FLORIDA seeds and pesticides;
chairmen from each of the circlesin ] FOR THE FIRST TIME 1GREET
Impartial Regulation the arrangement of the lunch- MARKETING of Florida agricultural products; ,

Now Serving as Chairmanof eon.Those assisting were Mrs. David I PROTECTION of plant and livestock indusi i

Florida Public Utilities Unwin, Mrs. J. C. Mock and Mrs. tries against diseases and insects; I
Commission Charles Angel. :Mrs. Barbara Shirley -
--- taught the book entitled "Chris Tr F ::ECONOMY in government by working for I;

ReElect ED MASON tian Sharing of Possessions" to "A better efficiency and conservation as a :
Experienced and Proven the 24 members attending. Guest #I"' I
member.PeJd
Cabinet .
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Leadership for Florida were Mrs. Sam McKiiutry l1iM/II.'

Frank TillU and Mrs. Karl Wat- e a .(. -. PbUtleel.. -)> .. -- ., . .t
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Page Four The Everglades News.. Canal.Point..Florida &3A&& -


1?"i : weekend with her parents Mr. and Miss Janette Harrington>< ex- Mrs. J. D. Latham was the recent -r for Intermediates and the YoungPeoples'
tourna-
:. Mrs. Jack Spencer. pected this 'week for a'Visit ''with guest of her son and family, Better Speakers
;:, LOCALSDr. : her'' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Mr. and Mrs. James Latham and I ment which was held at The Fuir- \
, ., Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Dickson Harrington. Miss Harrington is a daughter Sheila, in Atlanta, Ga. lawn Baptist, Church in Ft. Pierce.
; ." : .... I Ti I and family of Wilksboro, N. C., student at F. S. U. in Tallahassee.Mr. . .L The tournament was held Tuesday
:: .t":' stopped briefly in Pahokee Satur- OOLVAKDS ARE JUDGES April 13 with winners to partici-
day morning to leave their two and Mrs. Foster Lassiter Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Colvardwere pate in the state, regional convention -
small daughters with his cousin, celebrated their 13 wedding anni- judges in the Indian River to be held April 27-28-29 and
.:,.' Mrs. Lee Wroten, before continu- versary Friday' night, April 10, Baptist Association Sword Drill May 1 in areas all over the state.
.. . Dr. and Mrs. Wilburn Young are ing to West Palm Beach where with Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Rhodesin
expecting their daughters, Katherine they were called due to the sudden I West Palm Beach. --. -- -- -- --- --------- ------- -----------
7 and Amy, to arrive this weekend death of Mrs. Dickson's father,
,' '.4 from F. S. U. in Tallahasee. Lester A. Egger. : F. H. P. troopers Arther Larson ,
and Herman E. Whaley recently VOTE FORRICHARD
.i J. H. Wilkinson and son, Jimmy, Mrs. J .S. Harrington returnedthis returned to their homes from Tal-
'w and Frank Gillis and sons, Lynn week from a visit with her lahassee where they attended a T.
.t, ', and Gary, spent the weekend at daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Highway Patrol school. a'"
.1 : ': Salt Springs, near Ocala. Kenneth Cooksey of Monticello.
i Mrs. Jack Phillips of F lrfax. STIERERDEMOCRAT
.'l'r:S4\1' .,.;', Mr .and Mrs. Joe Kelley and Mrs. James Gibson was able to S. C. returned to.her home Monday
daughter Madeline have returned return to her home this week after
I after a visit with her parents, Mr.
I' '.: to their home in Ft. Pierce after being a patient in the local hos- FOR
.C' being tho..guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. pital for several days. and Mrs. L. W. Armstrong.Mrs. .
I ; V. Thomas, Jr. STATE ATTORNEY
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,J'' : r Miss Kathleen Spencer has returned Wiley Tillis recently attended the from a visit with her sister and 15TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

'i#, I to her studies at F..S. U. in Annual Meeting the Florida W. brother-in-law, Gen. and Mrs. R. Palm Beach and Broward Counties
Tallahassee after spending the M. U. convention in St. Petersburg I P. Hollls in Melrose. PD POL. ADV
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Friday April 17. 1964 The Everglades News.Canalpoint Florida 33458._ Page Flv.-

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Taylor Circle InRegular ,BirthdaYPartY-F ;' Future Looks Good Extra Work Needs HOME TO ATLANTAMrs.

MeetingThe Mrs. L. W. ArmstrongMrs. Cash For HelpersThe Robert Allen plans to leave

Alberta Taylor Circle of the For Agriculture Everglades Memorial Hospital and
Canal Point Baptist Church met : : L. W. Armstrong was hon- ,coming May 5th Primary return to her home Atlanta, Ga.
ored with a birthday bridge lunch- Election was the basis for several
at the home of Mrs. Charles Brown Friday. Mrs. Allen was stricken
this week with six members and eon recently at Selma's restaurant.I "There is a good future for agri- actions taken by the County Com- ill after the sudden death of her
three visitors( present. The Devo- Hostess was Mrs. Jack Phillips oft culture and for credit Institutionsthat mission Monday.The mother, Mrs. Relena Crosby last
tionals were given by Mrs. Edna ::'-::1"fc.-c, S. C. Shs was assistedby put service above self," according board heard from Louis week. She will be accompaniedhome
Mr" Otto Bleach Mrs. Don Chas. B. Jr., of .
Maxson. to Long Morrell representative the registrar's by her daughter Mrs. Will
Hillier, and Mrs. M. C. Carter. Invited of the Farmers
Mrs. Lawrence Stewart presented General Manager office who asked the board iam Mashbum of Memphis Tenn.
the program entitled "Baptists guests were Mrs. R. W. Bow. Production Credit Association who to approve charges for delivering

Emerge into Modern History". She er of Orlando, Mrs. C. S. O'Neal of has just returned from a three-day election books to the county's vot- ---_.- ---- ----- - - -
was assisted by Mrs. Audrey Con- Fairfax, S. C., Mrs. :Myrtle Johnson I Management Training Institute for ing precincts.
nelly Mrs. Edna Brown, Mrs. Mat- Mrs. Norman Kennedy, Mrs. PCA Managers held in Columbia Morrell said in the past the work
tie Thompson and Mrs. J. T. Will Curtis Chase, Mrs.: E. D. Sims S. C.Mr. had been done in off-time hours by FOR
iams. hire Gertie Williams. Mrs. Jack Long said, "Production registrar office personnel who BUSINESS INTEGRITY
Community Missions this month' Verhulst, Mrs. Jess Elliott Mrs. Credit Associations are providing were paid at the rate of $3 per de-
will be sending: cards to shutins.' Helen Schroder and Mrs. Claude management training for employees livery. He suggested that the county GOVERNMENTALEXPERIENCE
After the meeting Mrs. Robert Ar- Shlrle .- on all levels to keep their services commission furnish transportation -

rietta was honored with a stork' . geared to the changing needsof for the deliveries and that
shower. The May meeting will beheld .I a progressive agriculture." personnel be paid regular over- EXECUTIVE
at the home of Mrs. Ed'.II Mrs. J. V. Thomas and :Mrs. L. J. The institute in Columbia pro- time. ADMINISTRATION
vided training for in the The commission
Griffis. 'I.I Frazer left Thursday for several managers finally agreedon
. days visit with weir father, H. A. areas of: understanding your job; the $3 per precinct charge with VOTE FOR
delegation of responsibility and instruction that it be paid when an
CLASSIFIED ADS PAY Lee and :Mrs. Lee in Mariana. Mr.
BIO DIVIDENDS II I Thomas accompanied them. authority; the new look in credit expense sheet is furnished by the "UNCLEBIM"
I management; principles of plan- registrar's office.
ning; determining objectives, goals In another action the board
and policies; appraisal and on named election official to man the I

ELECTPALM counseling work preformances; polls for the Primary.The \
and others according to Mr. Long. commission also received a
BEACH COUNTY He said the farmer-owned and check from the County School
PIONEER RESIDENT."' operated Farmers Production Credit Board in the amount of $8,510

Yg:Ef ,4. v' Association has 483 farmer which represents half of the cost
:.f f hY
J. W. "WOODY" >' members and extended $14,892- of holding last November's elec
000.00 in capital purpose and ope- tion.

rating credit to Fanners of the . : .
area last year. :;4
UPTHEGROVESHERIFF 11ii.L The Farmers Production Credit APPRECIATION

Association, of which Mr. Long is I wish to thank the many friendsfor
general manager, makes short and their kindnesses during my recent -
Intermediate-term loans to farm illness and hospitalizatlon. I

ers, ranchers and growers in Dade shall always remember the many RAY G. BEHM
Broward, Palm Beach Collier Indian beautiful cards the many mess-
River St. Lucie Martin ages of encouragement and pray- District 3
OF PALM BEACH COUNTY Monroe and Okeechobee Counties ers. May God's richest blessings be
with principal office in Miami and upon each and every one who was

WHEN ELECTED YOUR .,, branch offices in Belle' Glade and so thoughtful.
COUNTYCOMMISSION
'SHERIFF I PLEDGE Vero Beach.Shower. I ALTON JONES
- and Mrs. C. B. Jones.
I

1. To help enact a merit system under Civil Service. Given For -. --

2. Guarantee jobs to those eligible on the basis of Miss Barbara WrightA j IITfli'fffl' llm11i'f\1I fln11rul'IT'Ii'f"\1

performance and not allegiance to any political

party. shower in compliment to :Miss ; '
PRINCE THEATRE: When you vote for your favorite
Elaine brideelectof
3. To help remove the politics from the departmentby Barbara Wright County Commission candidate remember -
Roland Edwin Mills was held at ; that my only real estate
vesting: the hiring and firing of personnel in a the home of Mrs. Glen Brower I PAIIOKEE, FLA. popular Interests Uncle are my Blm own business home and loca-3

10-man board. Tuesday night. Hostesses with tions in Palm Beach County. As a
bualnetUlmantth. 4
4. To help attain moral perfection in the Administration Mrs. Brower were Mrs. R. G. eventful successful yearn of governmental

(sometimes professionals are not per- Whiteside, Mrs. James W. Vann, SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY to experience the County behind Commission me. I can the bring kind
Mrs. Richard F. Hurt and Mrs. R.
fectionists) APRIL 102021"UNDER of close cooperation between county
B. Simonson. The honoree stood in and community that holds down
5. To each and citizen by faith- taxes In both. Let's work together to
help protect every the receiving line with her mother THE beat the cost of both county and
fully performing the duties-vested-in the sheriffs Mrs.'Marion.Li'Wrlght and Mrs. towno-fMlministratlon. A Rood place
department. >. Jessie Mills, mother of the bride- YUM YUM TREE"JACK 'to start is by electing Uncle Blm.

groom-elect, and with Mrs. Brower. -
PULL LEVER 40A
6. Protection for school children ,
Adequate our Miss Carolyn Sellers was at LEMMON, CAROL

especially before and after school while alight- the guest book and Miss Alice LYNLEY, DEAN JONES 4fc County-Wide Democratic
ing to and from school buses. Hurt assisted at the refreshmenttable.

I EDIE ADAMS ELECTION MAY 5
"There is no telling how much good you can do . .

as long as you don't care who gets the praise." Mr. and :Mrs. Karl Watson were 1 \.l.II I (Paid Pol. Adv.) .
weekend visitors in Winter Park
(Paid Political Advertisement) where he attended a concrete man- -.---- --

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NOTICE OF' INTENTION ti.d)
MARTIIN V. CAMPBELL PLEDGES: A POSITIVE .....
TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS
PROGRAM OF SOUND ECONOMIC: IMPROVEMENTS
NAME
THE COST OF EDUCATION Is the funds. Common sense dictates that
responsibility of all county residents we accept this return on our own Notice }Is hereby given that the
and a means must be found ,to tax money or it will be given to undersigned, under the provisions
spread that responsibility so that other counties.
ALL RESIDENTS bear apart of that CAMPBELL'S SOLE OBLIGATION of Chapter 20,053, Laws of Florida,
load. If Campbell is elected, some will be to provide the very highest Acts of 1941 will register'with"the ..
method In addition ad valorem quality education possible to the Clerk of the Circuit'Court, in and
taxes WILL, BE FOUNDto for meeting children of Palm Beach County. He
the financial needs of our growing has not obligated himself to any for Palm Beach County, Florida,
school IMPORTANT system. FUNDS are being lost special Individuals or groups. upon receipt of proof of publicationof r 1
to Palm Beach County taxpayers by DEADWOOD MUST GO-Campbell this notice the fictitious name, _;
the inability or unwillingness of pledges to eliminate economic; waste- ,
county officials to take advantage of in the school system's personnel. to-wit: .
federal and state funds that are Campbell will recommend without STUART'S FARM SERVICE, INC. '
"" ,
school You fear or favor the removal of all persons ;:
available to our system.
are paying and will continue to pay ",,'bo 'are_unqualified for the Canal Point, Fla. oI'i -
the taxes Which help create these positions they hold. Under which we are engaged in .

THE BEST QUALIFIED. CANDIDATE FOR THE JOB business In Canal Point Palm ,..' .
Beach County, Florida! That the ,;',"
Support parties interested in said businessare ,.-.if ...
Y C. L. Stuart. President; Clifford t
MARTIN VCAMPBELL H. Stuart Vice President and
Mrs. Madrue Stuart, Secretary-
: dA: Treasurer That the firm name is:
: [ STUART FARM SERVICE INC. ;

By C. L. Stuart, PresidentTo I
The man with theCOURAGE be published once a week for In Florida.
,- four successive weeks in a news .
4L4 paper of general circulation In 11


r TO Pub.Palm: April Beach 3,County.10, 17, 24, 1964. at a picnic, beer is a natural

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW When you're relaxing :at your favorite outdoor beauty spot with

CHALLENGEAND Public notice is hereby given friends or family: ,and your thirst's whetted by fresh air and cxcr-
that the undersigned Intends to cUc-that's the ideal time for a cool, refreshing glass of beer. In

THE register with the Clerk of the Cir- fact, you can name your recreation-swimming, hiking, or just
cuit Court of Palm Beach County watcning TV-and chances are nothing in the world tits'it quiteas

QUALIFICATIONSTO Florida, in compliance with Section well as beer.

86 .09, Florida Statutes 1957. the Your familiar glass of beer is also a pleasurable reminder that

SERVE BEST fictitious trade name of: we live in a land of personal freedom-and that our right to enjoy
PALM BEACH JANITORSERVICE
beer and ale, if we to desire, is just one, but an important one, of
PALM BEACH COUNTYSUPERINTENDE those
freedoms.
under which I am engaged In business personal .

T''' OF SCHOOLS 'at 2100 H North Dixie. West, In Florida..beer goes with fun with relaxation
1\ ,
Palm Beach Florida ; ,
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY -MAY 5 r ,. '. ;Patsy 9V Wayman ..?''.,. \eI. ... j,UNITED STATES BREWERS.ASSOCIATION> INft! ;U

(Paid political' Ad..rtllleldel1f) April 3. ,10.,17', 24, 1ee...;. ?? . I ,L o. !J3-..IrOttig tAtLa7anA .





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11 News 'Of The Churches' 11 Barbara Elaine Wright be- the recent 4-H Palm Beach

came the bride of Roland Edwin County, Senior events program

Mills in a double ring ceremony which was held in the :Mounts Ag-

Friday night April 17, in the First i ricultural Building in West PaJm

South Side Church First Baptist Holy Nativity Methodist Church in Pahokee. Rev. Beach local winners were. Miss.
' John Briley performed the candle Penny Penning in the Dress
Of Christ Church Canal Point ,Episcopal ChurchPahokee
; light ceremony before an altar Revue
r banked with palms and baskets of Miss Pennington will attend a

Belle Glade across from Elder Lester Reams white gladioli. State short :Coarse: to be hi'd at tne'nivereity
80 SUNDAY: Rev. L*. Losslng-, Vicar rf Florida in Giines-
Rd.
Bowling Alley on The bride is the daughter of Mr.
OOO: a. m.-Bible Study 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School SUNDAY: and Mrs. :Marion L. Wright 319
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship 10 a. m.-Sunday School 141ehe
11:00 a. m.-Sermon Parkview Court. The groom is the winners in the l"'arrr" ers Cooperative -
6:30: p. m.-Evening Service 6:30: p. m.-B. T. C. 11:00: a. m.-Worshlp. Service son of Mrs., Jessie Mills, 162 An- Talk were Miss! Nancy
,6:30: p. m.-Wed. Bible Study 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship. - nona Avenue. Harrington and Teddy McC 111.
.. . TUESDAYS:
Church Of God, Mrs. Diane Lance served as her Doth will attend lr.i District
7:30: -Choir practice.
m.
. St. Peter's Lutheran WEDNESDAY p. : Barfield HighwayPahokee sister's matron of honor..She worea Events weekend, Camp Cloverleafon 1
street length dress of American April 24-26.
7:30 m.-Midweek
: Prayer
Church Belle Glade p. The Plant and Insect Identification -
Service. Fla.J. Beauty Rose satin featuring a scooped -

THURSDAY::Every other week W. Hughes. Minister neckline, wide cummerbundand winner was Miss Nancy Har- ".

August Koerber, Pastor 7:30: p. m.Ladies Auxiliary Phone 924-3736:: bell skirt. Her headpiece wasa rington. Miss Harrington will participate -
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade Meeting. SUNDAY small circle of white satin and as a member of Palm .
SUNDAY: ... : :Beach County team at the District i..
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School net.The
Divine Services 11 A. :M. 11:00 junior bridesmaids were Miss Events Program.
Church Of Christ a. m.-loorning: Worship .
" I School 9:45: A.M. 7:30 Ser- Linda Wright and Miss Donna + f
.... p. Evangelistic Mrs Hilda Wilkinson has returned .
125 N. W.: Avenue D viceTUESDAY Wright, sisters of the bride. They -

. First Baptist Phone WY 6-3867 : 'were'attired in white satin dresses- to her'tiome after: being
with ,American Beauty rose cummerbunds patient'in "Everglades 'Memorial
Belle 'Fla. 7:30 Service
Glade.
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p. m.-Prayer
;:: Church, Pahokee SUNDAY SERVICES. THURSDAY: ridj, headpieces,,'of satin Hospital.

.; 10:00: a. m.-Bible Study 7:30: p. m.-Youth for Christ and net to 'match the cummer .. r
, ,
Guthrie W. Colvard Pastor bunds.
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Service
t SUNDAY: 7:30: p. m.:Evening Worship ... . i I The flower girl was Miss Gret- Classified Ads
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School WEDNESDAY .chen Riley, cousin'of the'bride. Her

11OO- : a. m.-Morning Worship 7:30: p. m.-Bible Study The Methodist Church dress was fashioned like that of

a 6:00: p., xn.-Evening Worship -- Canal Point FloridaRobert the bridesmaids. Each bridesmaid
POSITIVELY ads
all want or
6:45: p. m.-Training1 Union carried a nosegay of 'white carna-
Christian Science classifieds wish to call
WEDNESDAY: tions.,The bride', given in _marriageby as you
7:30: Service I A. Shelley, Pastor her father white satin them, are payable in advance from
; p. m.-Prayer Group Of Canal Point wore a
SUNDAY: this day forward. Don't phone 'em.
floor length gown with scooped
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10:00: a. m.-Church School Write it and drop a dollar bill in
Doctrine of Atonement is the neckline and featuring a lace'cummerbund -
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship the envelope if want it run
you
The Church Of God
... subject at Christian Science chur- and lace chapel train Her
6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship once. $2 if you want it run twice
ches next Sunday. Golden Text: headpiece was a small circle of
Of Prophecy Pahokee 7:30: and so on.
p. m.-Evenlng Worship
"All things are of God, who hath I flowers and net. She carried a cas-
:. MONDAY:
Canal Point Road
reconciled us to himself by Jesus I cade of white carnations centered HAVE YOU decided to clear out '
3:15: m.-Youth Choir
Christ, and hath given to us the I p. practice with a white orchid. the attic and advertise the stuff,

... John H. Kinard, pastor ministry of reconciliation" (II Cor. Raymond Mills served as his for sale through these columns?
10:00: a. m.-Sunday School 2nd MONDAY:
5:18): ). brother's best man. Ushers were You'll be surprised how much stuff
11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service 7:30:: p. m.-Esther Class meet-
The following citation from "Sci- John Mills, Leon Mills and Harry you can get rid of and how much
\li, 7:45: p. Evangelistic Service ence and Health with Key tothe, IngTUESDAY Usher, nephews of the groom and money you can take in. It only

8:00: p. m. Tuesday V.L.B. Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy : Larry Wright, brother of the bride. costs $1 to try an ad for a week.
8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. 8:00'p.: m.-\Voman's Society1st
will also be read: Miss Alice Hurt provided nup-
Everyone welcome. Special music TuesdayWEDNESDAY FOR SALE: New and Used Willys
"Jesus aided in reconciling' man tial music and accompanied Dr. R..
\ and singing. to God by giving man a truer sense : L. Hatton. At the reception, held Jeeps.. Walter Ashley's GarageIn

.. of Love, the divine Principle of 7:30: p. m.Prayer. Meeting in the church social hall, Mrs. Belle Glade Phone 6-3058.

w. Canal Point Jesus' teachings and this truer Marjorie Rawlee, cousin of the Oct. 1754ch.IS .

of Love redeems First bride, at the bride's book.
sense' man from Methodist was ,
THERE ANYTHING in the at-
Baptist Church the law of matter, sin, and death Serving at the bride's table were
Church PahokeeJohn tic you'd like to convert into
by the law of Spirit,-the law of :Mrs. Louise Stacy, Mrs. June Has
Lawrence Stewart Pastor cash? A small classified ad in
divine Love" (p. 19)). ty and Miss Faye Dayton. After a
riley this column will turn the trick. It
SUNDAY: .. . A. B Pastor honeymoon trip to north Florida
only'costs a dollar -cash with or-
9:45 School SUNDAY
: a. m.-Sunday : and Alabama, the couple will be at
Glades ChurchRev. der.
.. 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Baptist 9:45: a. m.-church School home at 350 Cypress Avenue.
6:30: p. m.-Training Union 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship
Mrs. Pa- BY SINGER
( Jonathan L. Wolf) Mills is a graduate of
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7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship 6:45: p. m.-MYF Round -
Brand Bobbin
Meets in Pahokee Lions Club hokee High School and is employedat new sewing
WEDNESDAY Building. 7:45: p. m.-Evening Worship Royal's, Inc., in Belle Glade. Mr. machine. Back tacks seamssewsover

7:30: p. m.-Prayer Meeting SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45: TUESDAY: Mills is also a graduate of Paho- pins-dial tension and stitch
. a. m.
PREACHING::00 a. m. and 7:00, p. m-Yesper"Cholr: prac kee High School and "holds a po- regulator. $59.50-$9.50 down and

The Pahokee Church 7:30: p. m. ticeWEDNESDAY sition with Associated Groceries of $5.00 a month. Glades Mercantile

SUNDAY B. Y. F.6:30: p. m. : Miami. Company 255 E. Lake Avenue Pa-
The 7:45: m.-Mid-week devo-
NazareneRev. p.
Of hokee 924-5597. A17tf
WED. PRAYER-7:30 p. m. . .
tions
J ,8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir ,prac- SNACK''BAR OPEN 11111.1111111111111:111.
,
Max D. Jones, Pastor CHOIR PICNICA .
.((1 tice Mrs. Grace Underwood has recently -
433 Bacom Point Rd. picnic lunch and party ,was Thurmond Knight
f . opened Underwoods Snack
Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 held by the Junior Choir of the
x Bar formerly known as Bettys Inc.
SUNDAY SERVICES: First Baptist Church of Pahokee, St. Mary's Catholic Realty,.
Fruit and Snack Bar on U. S. 441
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School Saturday, April 11 at the Canal ,TELEPHONES:
Under-
ChurchFather north of Canal Point. Mrs.
. i 11:00: a. m.-Sunday Worship Point park from 11 a. m. till 1:30p. : Office -Res. VI 8-2682:
; wood will specialize in take-out
:I '6:30: p. m.-Juniors m. with enjoyed by all. ,Box
games 9998, Riviera Beach
Francis Fennech, Pastor lunches and sandwiches with plansto
, 7:00: m.-Sunday Evening The choir members were
p. accom-
West Palm Beach, Florida
Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m. include fishing supplies and bait
1 Evangelistic Service panied by their sponsors, Mrs. '
WEDNESDAY: Horace Unwin and Mrs. Don Collier Confessions before Mass at a later date. t t'H"H' M8 I II I 8 t II. til. I >

7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer and their choir director and

meeting. pastor, Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Col

j "Where you are a stranger but vard.
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-. :Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sears have

j s CLASSIFIED ADS PAY moved into their newly acquired
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Monday Cattle Sales . If you are making a new start on the sea

of matrimony, you will do well to stop by

Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market our office in Belle Glade or Pahokee and

which is owned and operated by more than 120 find out first hand how easy it is to own

Florida Cattlemen.
your own home. :Don't put your pay check in
You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive hereat

this Market. We make an effort at all times to JL:, rent receipts when you can just as easily

give an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Giveus .' own your own home. We'll be happy to discuss -

a trial.SALES. I this highly important matter with you.

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I I ; I Commissioner Rardin On Call Glades-Wide At All Times I






+t Because of charges tossed his three offices available to the good I BPW Club To Name Miss Velma Williams I Stork Shower For

1 I. way county saying commissioner that he is, a Paul part-time Rar- county folks in,"this the section commissioner: of Palm said.Beach I New Slate Officers To Wed R. H. Hair 4 Pahokee Ladies

''din week took time out from Commissioner Rardin pointed out
/ this heed The Pahokee Business and Pro- Mr. and Mr-r.-E.: Williams of',II i Friday night, April 10, Mrs.
to
bis duty of serving all)) the people In that never had he failed I I '
f. the western half of Palm Beach the many needs of the citizens and fessional Women's Club met at the 785:> Bacom Point Road, Pahokee"Billy Turbeville, Mrs. Joe Kent
t} :. home of Mrs Allie Okie, Tuesday, announce the engagement of their
tt county to refute the charge and taxpayers in the Glades area of I Carr, Mrs. Mary Lou Perry and
';' April 8, and welcomed as new daughter Velma Lucille to Ronald
'l:, Say that he is and always has been Palm Beach county. Hardwick' Mrs. Howard Cantrell were honor-
r members Miss Heather Reed and Howard Hair I 900
',: available Glades-wido! at all times, "Only a complete novice in coun- ed with a stork shower at the
I Miss Kathy Wilson. Street, Dalton, Ga. Miss Williamswas II
could make such a
"I am as near the public as theirtelephone" ty government Methodist parsonage in Canal
; Mrs. Mildred Lavender was nam- graduated from Pahokee High
'?;. Mr. Rardin said when charge and at election time these Point. Hostesses were Mrs. Bob
ed chairman, and Mrs. Edna Bar.. School and is now a student at
: ;;t:. confronted with the supercilious things are to be expected. It is no Ga. I Shelley, Mrs. J. P. Parker, and
". rett and Mrs. Doris Garter mem- Mercer University in Macon,
i" this election than
different year
charge. "It is highly improbable Mrs. Grace Maxson. The table was
bers committeeto Mr. Hair Is the son of Mr. and
of a nominating
::: that one man can be In three offices any other election year, the com- laid with a white cutwork cloth
Dalton
The Hair of ,
recommend new officers. Mrs. John Howard
:' at one time-and I do have missioner concluded. and centered with a white stork
:: club voted to offer one scholarship Ga. The prospective bridegroomwas
r
: . and white candle holders with pink
per year to any qualified girl applicant -, graduated from Mercer University -
FILLING STATION Site for Revival- whose professional course i June fat with a double tapers. There was an arrangementof

lease on Muck City Road be- Baptist of study can be completed in two I major in mathematics and physics.He .I pink and white gladioli in the

tween Streamline Quarters and years or less. will go in the Army June 29thas living room. Guests were entertained -
Ideal locationfor (continued from page 1)) Lieutenant. Plans are with games and prizes of baby
Conners Highway. It was announced that Mrs. Leda a Second
service station' and small)) rest- I' ly at 7:45 p. m. Chesbrough, BPW district director, being made for a June wedding. items were awarded. Refreshmentswere

aurant. For full particulars get; in I The entire membership of Canal will be a guest at the club's social --- served to 30 guests.

touch with Paul Rardin, Canal Point Baptist Church is being meeting in the Community Build- Kirby Mole is a pat< .nt in Good . .

Point. Fla., or phone D24-2661 between called to prayer for the* coming Ing at Glades Park, Canal Point, Samaritan Hospital af.cr: under-: Mrs. Don Hilller is a patient at

8 a. m. and 5 p. m. Jubilee Revival. Over the community April 21 with Clayton Nance''' of going an emergency appendectomylute St. Mary's Hospital in West Palm

during four nights this Fort Lauderdale public defender Saturday night. I Beach for several days.ANDREWS.
DRAINAGE DISTRICT week will be 19 prayer I
PAHOKEE
RE: coming
I of the 15th Judicial District, the
TAXES FOR THE YEAR 1964 Those opening their homes -
""NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that groups. speakers
la accordance with the provisions of for prayer meetings April 20 thru .
Chapter 18O42.' Laws of Florida. Acts of
1937. the Board of Supervisors of April 23 are: Mr. and Mrs. James King of
1 PAHOKEE DRAINAGE DISTRICT a Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mac- 6: CCt"ANDY"
Ocala of
were the weekend guests
district organized and existing
drainage key, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Aiken,
under the Laws of Florida and embracing her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
lands within Palm Beach County Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Smith, Mr. and' Jones. for COUNTY COMMISSIONER- Democrat ;.. '.f-/J::: '
has caused to be prepared a Budget J. S. Atkins.
Mrs.
,:\ I showing of the District the Debt and Service of the requirements East Unit of Tuesday: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Grif- "RE: PELICAN LAKE SUB-DRAINAGE ANDY SEZ CAN YOU I IMAGINE a Candidate for f11.l;;.::

the District for Maintenance. Operationand fis, Mr and Mrs. Howard Barrett DISTRICT. TAXES FOR TilE County Commissioner applying to the City of lake

beginning Administration on the first during day of the November year Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Dixon, Mr. "NOTICK IS YEAR HEREBY 1964 GIVEN that Worth for .a BEER LICENSE within! .a few hundred J pi'.: !,.

1964. and ending on the thirty- and Mrs. Perry Hall, Mr. and Mrs, the Board or Supervisors of PELICAN yards of a Jr. High and High School (with,,3,000
first day of October, 1965. Said Budget: LAKE SUB-DRAINAQE DISTRICT a
among other things. shows the amount J. H. Strayer. drainage district organized: and existingunder 1 students) . and 3 nearby churches? My opponent.
w 1 of the East Unit Debt Service Tax. and Wednesday: Mr. and Mrs. R. G the LaWs of Florida, and embracing ROY E. GEORGE did on April 6. 19641 Look
"': the amount of East Unit Maintenance lands within Palm Beach .
Tax per acre necessary to be levied Martin, Mr and Mrs. Walter Rich- County has caused to be prepared a at MY record for Interest and work for the youth ., k,: ;,,:,
upon the lands within said District ardson, Mr and Mrs. Jim Jones Budget showing the Unit No.1. Debt of Palm Beach County . and COMPARE! lU\

I for'The the said year' Budget 1964. Is _now on file and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McCall Mr. and Service requirements and the of General the District Debt and Service the Andy sea: Ak anybody that knows him." N .ra. ,.

\ may be examined at the office of the Mrs. Earl Hlngson. requirements ot.the District for maintenance
Secretary! of the District at Canal Point. operation and administration
Florida, The Board of Supervisors of Thursday: Mr. and Mrs. Orlando during the year beginning; on the first
PAHOKEE DRAINAGE DISTRICTwill I I Montoyoa. Mr. and Mrs. Archie day of November. 1964. and ending on
meet at 9:30 o'clock M, on the the thlrty-flrnt day of October. 1965. .
llth day of May 1964 Aib office of Connell, Mr. and Mrs. Coleman "The said Budget Is noon file and I Ii""IY'1'\I I'ITfi'I; 'lllI i tr\rTI'i'IT'I"ITI': : fW''
the Secretary of the District in Canal Conley, Mrs. John Butler, Mrs. may be examined at the office of the
Point. Florida. for the purpose of hearing Secretary of the District at Canal Point.
objections and complaints with Jessie Hughes. Florida. The Board of Supervisors' of
\ respect to the said Budget and for the PELICAN LAKE SUB-DRAINAGE DISTRICT
purpose of transacting such other I . will meet at 11:15 o'clock A. M..
business as may properly come before on the llth dav of May. 1964. at the TIME FOR A CHANGE
I said1 C. R. Wetherington and Milt'm office of the Secretary of the DistrictIn
rp r.gnhl. 6th day nf Anrll.) IjaR4.: have returned to their Canal Point. Florida. for the purpose
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD McKay of hearing objections and complaints
\" O F 8UPFRVTSORS O F homes after a trip to New Yorkat with respect to the said Budget

\\ DISTRICTDRAINAGE which time they signed the and other for business the purpose as may of transacting properly .come such IS SURE CATCHING ON . . .

BY: Clarence W.. Knecht bonds for the construction to the before said. meeting
., President. :Memorial hospital. "DATED this 6th day of April 1964. FORA
new Everglades GLADES IS OVER-DUE
II Publish: April 10. 171964.' BY ORDER OF THE BOARDOF THE
SUPERVISORS OF PELI-
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I. DISTRICT FULL-TIME .
BY: Clarence W. Knecht .
ELECTROBERT President.
ELECT
Publish: April 10. 17, 1964"

1 "RE: EAST SHORE DRAINAGE COUNTY
DISTRICT TAXES FOR THE
YEAR I9S4
: +
a: d s x\r "NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
In accordance with the provisions of COMMISSIONER
I Chapter 20604. Laws of Florida. Acts of
1941, the Board of Supervisors of
EAST SHORE DRAINAGE DISTRICT, a
drainage district t organized and existing I
under the Laws of Florida and embrac-
ing lands within Palm Beach County
; has caused to be prepared a Budget I
I showing the Debt Service requirement
of the District and the requirements of
< the District for maintenance opera- E E. W. 'BUD' WEAVERIS
tion and! administration during the year
beginning on the first day of November.
1964. and ending on the thirty-first day
: of October 1965. Said Budget among
other things shows the amount of YOUR MAN
Debt Service Tax and the amount of
Vsa
Maintenance Tax per acre necessary to
District be levied for upon the year the 1964.lands ,within said I Only HE (just 2 in. the Race) can replace -

"The aald Budget Is now on file and ,.
may be examined at the office of the the part-tim{man the Glades
Secretary of the District! at Canal Point.
Florida. The Board of Supervisors! of I .
EAST SHORE DRAINAGE DISTRICT has had for# years.:
FULTON will meet at 10:15: o'clock A. M.. on the I r
llth day of May 1964. at the office of
i A the Secretary of the District In O\nal TALK I WEAVER NOW
Point. Florida for the purpose of hear ,
ing objection and complaints with :
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION respect to the said Budget and for the I
Duroose of transacting such other VOTE WEAVER MAY 5
10 years administrative experience in,,:Palm Beach County business meetine."DATED as may. properly come beforesaid1

Schools. thle.6th day of Aortl. 1904
.
't 47 years old. Born Detroit resident of Palm Beach BY O *ORDER SUPERVISORS OF THE BOARD O F Bring New Deal To The Glades!

County for 40 years and graduate of Lake Worth High HAST! SHORE DRAINAGE

School. BY DISTRICT: Clarence W. Knecht. (Paid Pol. Adv.)

Bachelor of Science University of Tennessee. Mastersin President. yiv yA::
Education University of Florida Publish: April 10, 17. 1964.

Enlisted U. S. Army 1942 as private. Discharged 1946 as
Captain. ,Served 2 years in Korean service. Now Major iu
I Army Reserve total 20 years Army service.

Teacher in County Schools since 1939. Has taught lI at_ 1k1I

I ,Palm Beach High and Lake Worth High.

Has served as Principal of Seacrest- High School since 1953.:> If you .knew..really knew. .

Served as Principal of Delray Beach Elementary and

Junior High Schools. all the benefits of this

Voted by students of Southern Florida as Principal of the '
Year in 1960. Received Civitan Citizen of the Year Awardin v-...,

youth 1058 in and 1960.Moderator Rotary. Award for meritorious work with ,<" beverage, you'd never go a


of weekly TV series (Education Explosion)

(Saturdays 6:45: P. M.) day without it. Ask for it .

Married. Has 2 sons. Former member of Lake Worth Exchange -
Club, now a member of the Delrmy Rotary Club,
r'Delray Beach Recreation Council and a teacher of Adult by name.

r Sunday School Class and a lay Minister of the Caaon

4 Memorial Methodist Church.Qualified .
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1 By Experience It's called..mllk .:;j.' ;;

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