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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: May 8, 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: UF00079910:00386
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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May 8, iyt>4 UBl-/SHED


I CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PAL M BEACH COUNTY I ITaylor

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Construction On 1I 1I I RACESSTATE

Sheriff Run-Off
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Hospital Going On [/ : I REPRESENTATIVE
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:4 f-r I MONTGOMERY .M' ....... ..... 5,485 ti C. E. "Red" Taylor and
; run-off
Actual construction of Pahokee'snew f fi SCHEIFLEY ,,__R'_. .. .... ,328 Kirk will do battle in the covetedsheriff's
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hospital is well under way REPRESENTATIVE election on May 26 for
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offic- I job in Palm Beach county.The
this week according to city !! (Group 3)KILLINGSWORTH $14,000 annually.In .
ials who are keeping an eye on .. ..... .. 4.O44REED job pays Taylorwas

the job. The site is located on Bar- .,-....-..__....... ... ......'.. 7.197 'L Tuesday's in election of fiveas
immediately north high man a group
field Highway
REPRESENTATIVEGroup T
Lumber Company where BEHM ANDREWS STATE follows:
of Pioneer 10 ( 4) Taylor .,_.. ...._ 16,426
the hospital board purchased site of a the Andy Andrews of Lake Worth Palm BAFALIS _......M.. ......., ........... 6,2 3'slOO Kirk ..?...._.-..,-.-..._.. __..-. 12,996Brown

acre tract for the new and Ray Behm of run-off West for the YEAMAN .. ... .. .. 4,226IKELLENBERGER ...,. _..__ ............_ 8,875

hospital. this Beach will go into a Dist. 3. FF Upthegrove ...___.....-J"__. 3,044
will
in
Construction ground.begin Dur- county commission scat Behm received ....... .. . 10,768 McCants ..._..._.- 1,595
week to show above work has In the Tuesday vote received WAN AT ____..RMM....... ,. 1,501BEBOUTT Boca Rnton Police Chief Hugh
ing the past few days 15,873 while Andrews heelst

been centered on construction driving the ma-pil- 13,037. Roy George was third Absentees man ........_..ASSESSOR._............. 7,102 Brown in the was Democratic right on primary Kirk's but: .111''

ing and placing to in the race with 9,504. MACAULAY ..,.......... .... 3,573 missed the runoff.
the streets planned .
terial for considered.
the new facility. are not ..a REGISTRAR; Iirk, 59, of West Palm Beach

surround opti- to F'URTADO .. ..... . .. 5,158 was sheriff 16 years until Kellen-
the are recently
of area
Residents moved
mistic over the fact that maybethe Belle:M. C.Glade.THEY'LL Garrett. :MORELL -..... ... _,_.. . 6,520 HAYDON BURNS berger won the job from him in

contractor will have the hos- .... Jacksonville's popular mayor of 1060.
pital ready a few weeks earlier ------ FOR TOP SCHOOL JOB many years service Haydon Burns, Taylor 46, a Delray Beach resident -
BATTLE 71 days
sheriff for
than the time limit of a year granted will go into the second primarywith served as *
him in his contract. .- .-.- Miami Mayor Robert High in during 1962 as an appointee of
-- high- Coy Farris Bryant.StanleyHooks.
C" T a battle royal for the state's eb...... I
:; est position-that of governor.
Guthrie Wins Over :j Scott Kelly of Lakeland finished

i ti ? third and Palm Bench county's'favorite ;
Bud Dickinson came '
: son,
Two OpponentsLeon in under the wire in 'folI'th'place.. Is PTA PresidentThe
few
though
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b :+ Burns supporters

Guthrie chief of police in :.? we 'HI!! in Dickinson's home county are
hands down race .> on the campaign trail again this Canal Point P. T. A. met

Pahokee for re-election, won a Tuesday ,'when ho, w., } week, and are looking- forward to n.( Monday.night,,at 8:00: p. m. nt K

: ".two opponents' harrklily.Chief decisive victory inthe, ,election which time the new''officers were
defeated
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Guthrie received 690 Votes, vsyc g scheduled for May 2&The Installed by installing officer Rev.

Mock received 93 votes tall, polished and poised Shelley who presented a gift tel P
Stanley received 166. mayor of Jacksonville was already outgoing president W. E. Black
and Tommie Perry and City hard at work on the second primary Well and members of the P. T. A. j
Padgett
Duncan
Mayor rot I 'I Blackwell express his
Patricia Mackey were re- campaign.Even heard Mr
Clerk
; with 781 votes and before he made his victory gratitude to the members for their
Tuesday
elected wad the phone term in office.
respectively. Both were statement Burns on help during his
votes
690 to his campaign workers in many New officers are as follows

unopposed.Winners of council posts are parts 'of the -state. I Stanley ,Hooks, president; Mrs.

Salvatore Group 1, 649; His theme was constant don'tlet Tames Gibson let vice president;
Carmen ,
2, 622; down; work harder than ever. Mrs. Robert Arietta 2nd vice pres-
B. Elarbee Group
Harry, A' "What a shame and a crime It ident; Mrs. Stanley Hooks, secre-
3. 647. FULTON
Group
E.'Thompson ROBERT
Joe
ED EISSEY to become com- Blackwell, treasurer
I would be for us tary; Mrs. W. E.
cast.
990 votes were
total
. absentee ballots rot considered because they won't make any placent and sit down and lose the ;..Mrs. F, F. Burr, historianand < With Ed Eissey and Robert Fulton will go into the runoff race three weeks from now," Burns :Mrs. Mildred Larrick parlia
anyhow
Recital difference 26 for Superintendent of Public Instruction in Palm mentarian.
Music election on May said.He
Beach County. Tuesday Eissey received 16,855 while Fulton garnered called on the "Burns ''Blith Mr,. Stanley Hooks gave the
13701. John McDonald was third 'with 9,675 and Martin Campbell received ers," us his campaign workers are history of. the P. T. ,A. for the

Scheduled Tonite ; 2241. called, to get out their Christmas 1963-64 school year and thanked

----- lists and business lists and write parents and teachers for their helpn

ClerkJOHN Weaver Wins Over letters asking votes for Burns. I the recent chicken dinner which

; The Music students of Mrs. Guthrie New Circuit ._. _ I made $365.00 for the purchase of

Colvard will hold their annual Com. Paul RardinE. the air conditioners for the school.

music recital Friday night, at 7:30p. a. New Solicitor The"P>'-. A.'expressed thanks'to

m. in the fellowship hall- of the ., W. Weaver of Lake Harbor iV.- :H: Vaunt Jncr< and .City. ,Ice y
Churh., carne out .a distinct winner over .their donations "ofrcgctables
;. First Baptist ; 'roductsSjfor<. ?;:
a Those,participating'will: i be,.'Jes' .a County Commissioner'Paul Rardinin And Ice used at tho

I" 'sie Ann Sheffield, 'Kent,.and Mark 7Laas Tuesday's voting...Weaver- :garnered thicken .djnner.} The room count

'", "Wetherington; Larry Moss, Pam I a'total 23,170 while Rardin award was given: to Mrs. Larrick

Hunter, Penny Pennington, Bill amassed only 14,089. Absentees are md her third grade.
and Tommy Williams Larry 'not considered. '. .

Grimes, Beth, Bush Linda Nix, . -
Janice Kemp Vickey, Donna and H Sugar Growers To

Debbie Poteete RUN-OFFSMAY 26
Debbie Bonnell Jimmy Cathy '
Talk Herbicides
and Beverly Wilkinson Julie Un- r REGISTAR .

win Marilyn Claudia and Barbara Y. ,, y w Horace Beasley ... _.. 13, 34 ,

Shirley, Lorna Meredith, Lynn Ruth Shepard -_"__?' .. 10,435 Hatton, Karen Aldridge, Chris Other Candidate Pahokee Elks ,Club, Monday even-

Tillis and Jane. Spencer. 9 Ruth Oldham ..._. 9,157E. I MARVIN MOUNTS ing at 7:45.: May 11th. Dr. Joe

.A I DUNKLE Brewer ....... "N' ,.._ 5,025 Succeeding Joel Daves as county Oraenigo', of the Everglades discuss Experiment -
Station, will
Musical ProgramFor Palm Beach county voters elevated - solicitor will be Marvin Mounts on problems arising through the use
1. Young Mounts won a decisive -I
John Dunkle from Criminal MAY 5 WINNERSTAX Jan. Eddie Starr. of herbicides in sugar cane fields.
victory over
Canal PointMrs. Court Clerk to Clerk of the Circuit and Considerable emphasis will be
Mounts 27,244
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vote was
The
Court in Tuesday's election. He received ASSESSOR placed on the use of 2,4-D safely
Starr 10,688.Vacation slides showing damage
24,158 votes. Opponents MAXWELL ... .__ 21,635 with colored
EDGAR .
Ruth Snider, will present a scored as follows: O'Keefe 9,833; R. A.: CARPENTER ,. .... ._ 16,974 a. caused by 'this material on
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musical program May 18 at 7:30p. : and Moss 3,086. STATE REPRESENTATIVE SchoolBe vegetable crops.Formulations methods of

m. in the school auditorium at .. . DAVES '.....,." ?_ 24,103 and discussed,
In will also be
is entitled Held August application
Canal Point. The program BAILEY ._ 13,35t
"Folk Rhythm' and stars .IN THE HOSPITAL . together with a demonstration. on
Canal Point School. Mrs. George Ramey Is a patientin Canal Point Baptist Church types'''of spray nozzles.
The
students of the Mrs. James Merril of Weat Palm .
on sale at 5Oc for Everglades Memorial Hospital broken changed their plans for vacation Light refreshments'will be served
Tickets are from
Mrs. Beach, is recovering a
children ad- following a sudden illness. \ night. The ,,courtesy' of Glades Chemical
adults, pre-school age returned from ankle suffered in a'recent fall Bible school, Sunday tttcbcU
mitted free. Proceeds will go to- Ramey recently she visited hermotherinlaw at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Herri school will now be held the last Company and McCurdy-
where
Kansas City Company,
ward the purchase of an air conditioner who is ilL are former Pahokee resident. two weeks In August. Supply. ;, .
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The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33438 _.
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the, New. ,American Restaurant I
World's Fair Look the Festival of Gas. Pavilion at the and. family of MiamJ I, were\the recent -
guests of her sistcft*,and
family
For Press Group Fair; :.t I
Department of Agriculture,Commissioner Mr. and Mrs. Joe \Thompson.Mr. .
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TALLAHASSEE; So m e 75 Conner was official host I I .. _ __ "

I it members! of ,Florida's press'board-. for the group and Nancy Collins I I and Mrs. Mare n Wilson and
fda,, ,flew Eastern 727 Jetliner at 1964 Florida Citrus Queen, accompanied I small son, "have' recently moved. to
(tI 00 Miami, Orlando and Tallahassee" to the party throughout the Sarasota.Mrs. .
|oin Florida's Commissioner of Agriculture tour.
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: Doyle Conner on an ex- ,W. -

Im. tensive, twp-day" look at the New. Mr. and Mrs. John Womble of Jessie Mills was able to return -
York World's Fair and agricultural Orlando were the weekend guestsof to her home last week after a
marketing ,activities in the big !
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wilson. stay in the local hospital.

I .... city.The trip was sponsored by East-. I -- -
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Parties. "I"/\fl"'ffilr "fliITfl fl''tflmfl
ern Tupperware Home t7\"fI"
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The; Rardin Building In Canal Point Florida
.: Minute Maid, the Florida Fruit &
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,, THE LAKE OK1rEC130BEE'REGION HOME OF Vegetable Association, Florida Gas .
.f{ Co., "fy'orida Citrus- Commission,
The Coca-Cola Co. and other bus : I :Monday Cattle Sales -
THE: E'VSfrGlADES( WEWSServing : iness .and Industrial ,interests ofFlorida. ,. .

CaUed the Florida Press
? Ute Lako"Okeechobee iFarmJngr) RegionWlthout" ,\ Preview; .and _Agriculture Jamboree Are .regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market
Interruption,"Every Week lor Nearly 40 Years the delegation included lead- than
which is owned and operated by more 120
Established March 11.,1924 Published Every Friday Ing newsmen from state newspa-

-Subscription..Price' '"$2.00 Year In AdvanceThe pers, magazines and radio and tele- Florida Cattlemen.You'll .

vision stations the excellent service receive here
enjoy you
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn Gov. Farris Bryant and mem-
CanalrPoint'FJortida. as Second Class Matter bers of the Florida Development at this Market. We make an effort at all ,times to .'

Paul Hardin Commission participated ,in the give an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give
Owner Editor Publisher '
; event as the $3.8 million Florida
us a trial.SALES.
Pavilion was dedicated during
z opening day at the Fair. On hand 1111111111111111
also, were a.group of CORE dem-
Your FUt onstrators that added to the ex- EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.
citement and news value of the

r dedication Receptions ceremonies.. and dinners were Glades Livestock '''Market

held for the group at the Ameri-
cana Hotel and Overseas Press ASSOCIATION
Club In ,New York hosted by Min-
ute Maid and Tupperware Home On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road

I Parties. The,party lalao toured the Phone WY 6-3028
; New York Food Market and the
4auings 4 :- citrus auction and were guests of
: Florida Gas Co. at a luncheon in JLV WWt\8 >ytue LV>UP >
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"VISIT LAKE PLACED I I Public Hearing On i k '- <;afy ins j

:3tfr. and ,Airs. Bill Unwin and i

Mrs. Clarence Maxwell were recent Cane Wage 'Price .,
4 i.L.i yy. .,r';Y yr
of and Mrs. ,, {S' < ,
guests Cpl. I is Nr { % ?:"i': y.k

Charles Humphries and family in :,y, ;;,a,riiyl1 ., I .Jf .riyk
Lake Placid where they are stationed USDA announced a public hear- :
I with the Highway Patrol. I' ng on fair price for 1964 Florida

They were accompanied home by ugarcane crop, and on whether
'Cindy Humphries who plans to remain -I determination applicable to
a few days as the guest of I wage ',A
field workers which became effective '
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
.Uhwin. I November ,13. 1963, shouldbe
continued or amended.The .
--- hearing will be held on May
II 15 in the auditorium of the Palm
Beach County Glades Office Build-
Classified ,Ads yk F:'xa 'Y:
ing, Belle Glade, Florida beginning -
I at 10 a. m. To qualify for { : f :
I 'aymenta under Sugar Act of 1948,
ftsmv) l.iy aU 'want'' 'ads} ,pr as amended, producers ,must pay r.
.. :classifieds! as you wish to call all persons employed in ..producing;
!'them, are payable.in advance'from cultivating, .or harvesting sugarcane -
thia day forward. Don't >phone,, ) ..*em. wage rates not less than
"Write ,it,and drop; a .dpUar:bill In those determined fair and 'reasonable -
*Pie; envelope if,.you, ;Nwaht it :tirun by .the' I Secretary of Agriculture ,
..'or\ce.\ '"$2 if you want it'run twice i after. public hearing and In- s.it Ii
/'and so on. vestigation.

JHAVE YOU decided to clear-, out I, Producers" who process .sugarcane -
the attic and advertise;the' tuff grown ,by others must pay F.
,for" sale through these columns? prices for it also determined fair
and reasonable by the Secretary..
'You'll be surprised how touch tuff
'': Toobtain bestpossible; information -
tyou t can get rid'of and fltow milchivnoney
requests/that all interested
'TJSPA
you can take in. It only ,
.costa $1 to try an ad Cor"week: ;persona appear ,at the
hearing. to, present views'and per-
FOR SALE Newa :Used Willys'Jeeps. Unent data. The notice specifically 4rt>.
Walter Ashley's, Oarage requests interested parties to present 4 '1 i i+ 'y%,F $de ). a.Y. 7 S s, ,
in Belle Glade Phone 6-3058. testimony and recommendations -

./ ',Oct. 1754cfe.IS regarding:
(1)) Methods of determining deductions .; -
THERE ANYTHING''in the at- for trash delivered with ,,,
tic you'd like to convert into sugarcane; and ((2)) any changes in '
cash? A small 'classified ad in the calculation of season's average L3 s { :sz a
this column will turn the trick. .It price for sugar and net sales priceof
only costa a dollar--cash with or- molasses used as basis of settle-

der. ments with producers for sugar- . than. a Personal, Colorful
cane.
BY SINGER .
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i Brand new Round Bobbin sewing
'machine. Back tacks seams-sews Annelle Nix Has EXTENSION PHONE 'i ,
over pins-dial tension and stitch
Birthday Party
regulator. 59509.50 down and Pamper Mom with the year-round time and step-saver-an extension "
"5.00 a month. Glades Mercantile phone.
Company 255 E. Lake Avenue Pa- Mrs. Bruce Nix entertained at Choice of colors and styles, to suit the spot she'd like it most-bedroom

;hokee 924-5507. A17tf I I the sweet Woman's sixteen Club party building honoring witha kitchen'Florida room, patio. To order, call your Telephone Company Business ,

1)111111111111 i : ; g.1 I1111IIII 1 ; < her daughter Miss Annelle Nix, on Office or ask any telephone serviceman.
'Thurmond- 'Knight I her birthday. Mrs. Nix was assist- ;n.
ed by Annelle's aunt Mrs. J. S. Southern '
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.I Realty Inc. Mock of West Palm Beach. The 75 ,
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..eMoe'81SMBe.,. VI 8-2682 classmates. - 'Exerclseyou; !\t ..

a"soz ''8898, Riviera Beach Olaf ,Boe Is recovering from recent i iitizen... be sureto.register'and; vote-this '
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Land Bank Association of :Miami t Orange Dessert, I Hotel. Pierson's winning recipewas I the weekend guests of, Mr. and
attending the conference were Mrs. Mrs. A. T. Holt.

John O. DuPuis, Jr., Director, MI- Winner Named an Orange Sunburst Cheese . .
.w ami Florida; Edwin F. Frehlich, Cake.

Director, West Palm Beach Flor- WINTER HAVEN :Mrs. Mal- Cooperating with the Florida Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Martin

w BIRTHS ida; Chas. D. Long, Jr., Manager; colm Pierson Tampa housewife, Commission in staging the were weekend visitors In Punta
.' E. Davis, Assistant Secre- Citrus '
James
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was named Grand Champion Florida Power Gorda.
tary-Treasurer, Farmers P C A: ; annual contest were
$ Merle I Palmer Representative, Florida Citrus Commission's fifth I and Light Co., Miami; Florida j .
Mr. and Mrs. George McMillan annual All-Florida Orange Dessert Petersburg i
Farmers PCA. St.
*'of Belle Glade; announce the birth The Miami Association handlesthe Contest. The title carries a prizeof I Power Corporation Electric Co. and Gulf CLASSIFIED ADS IN THESE!

of a son, Edward Shelly, May 1. making and servicing of loans an all-electric kitchen, plus a' ; Tampa Pensacola. I( COLUMNS PAY BIG DIVIDENDS
: Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Alfred for the Federal Land Bank of Co- weekend at the Grand Bahamas I Power Co. of
Sweat of Pahokee, announce the .
lumbia in Okeechobee Martin, --- - -
birth of a daughter, Dianna Sue Palm Beach: Broward Collier ----- - -

born May 2. Monroe, and Dade Counties out of

the' association offices in Miami,
; Belle Glade and Vero Beach. krasw.
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:' ; Fed. Land Bank Sororities Met At benefits of this
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"The amount of credit extendedto I' Xi Beta Tau, Xi Alpha Mu, beverage you'd never g a

.:-. to farmers during the year,1963 by Beta Omicron and Phi Gamma Nu ,
Federal Land Bank Associationswas Chapters of Pahokee met at the
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the largest in history," accord- Royal Palm Beach Inn the eveningof day without
Ing to Mr. Jefferson Davis Vice April 30 at the annual Beta
President of the' Federal Land Sigma Phi Founder's Day banquet,
Bank Association of Miami. Mr. In observance of the 33rd anniver- j by name.

Davis has just returned from Tam- sary of the founding'of the soror- _
pa where he attended the annual Ity's first chapter at Abiline, Kans.in jiJt
conference' of land bank associa- 1931.

tions of Florida and Georgia on The founder's day message was it's called...ml 1k
April 27th and 28th. read by Mrs. Kathryn Cunningham -
OF SOUTH FLORIDA 1964
COUNCIL
Officers of the Federal Land I I president of Xi Alpha Mu. DAIRY

Bank of Columbia presented the I Mrs. Sally Mayo was general ...
annual report of the bank to chairman In charge of arrange- +

.stockholders during the confer- ments. Guests of honor were moth- .,.. ....,....".'ss A'..,A s 'I.'. .....s4ss 11's '(|s.*.,l srs A.s 11'>*>., <.*>..A..-..>, ..A...- d y..A T...>.A...-..,A...-s4...-s.'V fi..>.fi ys M fi YSt A..". t A T"yf'.'.''-4...isYS As yi=
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farm loans through the 46 Federal -

Sand. Bank Associations in Florida, Pahokee WMU Met .t A..

Georgia, North Carolina and South it IILEft .
Tuesday EveningThe
Carolina. The Stockholders of the
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own all the bank's capital. The report W.M.U. of the First Bap- Belle Glade :f:
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'showed assets of bank tist Church met Tuesday, May 5 at

now total over $250 million, with the church with Mrs. E. B. Gamble .:> SALES and SERVICE ..:.
net worth and contingency reserves presiding. Mrs. Guthrie Colvard
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of nearly $30 million, an increase presented the program on South +
of more than $3 million over America, she was assisted by Mrs. fr Heating Air Conditioning Appliancesc:.

the year 1962. Don Collier Mrs. Wiley Tillis, Mrs.E. ..
"Of the $241 million mortgageloan B. Gamble and Mrs. David Un- ";"'.> ">.(....'."".4 ".1r",. .I/,""--i. : >.._.I/, <... "'."..I/,.."..I/,...../....;,.-..I/.,,........ .. .""t> .(..""'e... .. <..)
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(up 13.27 percent over last year, win.The attendance banner was .
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four-state area served by the bank) for most members present. Mrs.
over $46 million Is in 3,419 loans Unwin announced the G. A. Focus ". ,, -
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ranchers," Mr. Davis said. climax ,with a "Breakfast" Satur- .'" ;'
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'loan from the bank in 1963 for - -

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regular purchase of Bonds at when the enemies of freedom on giving all year
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Illness."j lone Patterson Circle of the loved one. We shall always remember
, I Canal Point Baptist Church, will these wonderful friends'
- --------------- -------------------- ----------- --------- -- THE POP SEARS FAMILY
";; Al at the home of Mrs. M. C.
VMW Tom V:Ifullin W was V I Carter, Monday) May. t.1<, aV 3:3Q: .
MethdJst.Church fbly Nativity'Episcopal to work for short mv with, Mir!! J. E.! : Williams: in cLASSIFiE. ADS PAY
Canal Point, Florida Church I after. a. week long f charge of the program. I DIVIDENDS

Pahotfeo ,
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SUNDAY: !1 Rev. L. Leasing, Vicar
?'10:00: a. m.-church School SUNDAY:

,11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship 10 a. m.-Sunday School
6:30: p. m.-Youth Fellowship 11:00: a. m.-Worship Service
._ 7:30: p. .-Evening Worship .. .

MONDAY* : South Side ChurchOf JUST MARRIED?
3:15: tics p. m.-Youth Choir prayx7' ChristBelle

s 2nd MONDAY:
7:30: p. m.-Esther Class meet. Glade across from
ingTUESDAY Bowling Rd. 80
Alley on
: .0:00: a. m.-Bible Study If you are making] a new start on the sea
8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society 11:00 a. m.-Sermon
1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY" 6:30: p. m.-EvenIng Service of matrimony, you will do well to stop by

: 6:30: p. m.-Wed. Bible Study
office in
7:30: p. m.-Prayer Meeting . our Belle Glade or Pahokee and

. St. Peter's Lutheran find out first hand how easy it is to own

First Methodist Church, Belle Glade your own home. Don't put your pay check in

ChurchPahokee August Koerber Pastor ,. rent receipts when, you can just as easily

John A. Briley, Pastor 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade own your own home. We'll be happy to dis-
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9:45: a. m.-church School Divine Services 11 A. M. cuss this highly important matter with you.EVERGLADES .
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4 6:45: p. m.-MYF:: .. .-
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TUESDAY: I The Church Of God FEDERAL

\ 7:00: p. m.-Vesper Choir prac Of Prophecy, Pahokee
ticeWEDNESDAY Canal Point Road Savings And Loan AssociationACCOUNTS
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7:45: p. m.-Mid-week devotions John H. Kinard pastor INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP.

10:00: a. m.-Sunday School Pahokee Belle Glade
8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir practice 11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service

. I 7:45: p. Evangelistic Service Let Your Money Earn 4/2% Payable Semi-Annual
8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.LJB.
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: First Baptist Lawrence S ewart, Pastor
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Church Canal Point
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Elder Lester Reams 6:30: p. m.-Training Union
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11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship 7:30: 'n..
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6:30: p. m.-B. T. C. .. . .. ..-'
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TUESDAYS: Christian Science ,- ,." -,,

I I WEDNESDAY 7:30: p. m.-Choir: practice. Group Of Canal Point . .

I 7:30: p. m.-Midweek Service. Prayer "Surely your-turning of things drown it... burn it. ..

THURSDAY:-Every other week upside down shall be esteemed as -
/ 7:30 p. m.Ladles Auxiliary the potter's clay." This verse from:: .-
Meeting. Isaiah (29:16): ) will be a major "-(
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t' Church Of Christ this Sunday., The subject is ,
"Adam and Fallen man," and the ,r
responsive reading opens with .. ',. ,
k 125 N. W. Avenue D Genesis l:27): : "God.created mata 1 : ..," .... .... ...i.J, -- 2.
1' Phone WY 6-3867 in his own image." The Lesson 'will ; T''l. :
Belle Glade. Fia.UNDAY .
1 conclude with these lines from .
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$ SERVICES "Science and Health with Key to \' : ; ,,}l:: .
V, 10:00: a. m.-Bible Study the._Scriptures".,by Mary.Baker .\: .. '
> 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worttdip'R ,, ,' .. ....t\'I' t t.,F'J
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: 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship ence1 of being, that the real mar} 1 .. ,, v.,;',.
i WEDNESDAY was, la; and eve'shall be perfect, is i t", i i : .
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Glades Baptist Church neither intejrted' t stftttarMO. UOt J.1.. .'.., 4 -=i', I ," ., t\,,.:_ .',:-r',1 i '"
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'Meets, in Pahokee Lions Club The' Pahokee' r : It j:;
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"' yiiir* U.S.Savings: ; Bond wsnV less b-.lu..or growing .
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SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45: a. m. The NazareheRev. > even stop .
PREACHING-11OO: a. m. and

SUNDAY. 7:30: p.B.m.Y. F.-6:30. : p. m. Max' D Jon 8.Pastor41S" What ha;.i't ;.happened'' to u. S.' can be replaced. And the service 'J'f.'
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WED. PRAYER-7:30, p. ,m.' Savings Bonds? f.fi' e. :.:
Phone 924-7528 P., O. Box 882
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SUNDAY SERVICES: They've been stolen a1 fhrown The safety is! just one of the ,
Church Of God 9:45 a. .-Sunday School into a river. Mistakenly left in an many reasons why U. S. Savingsoven
11:00: a. m.-Sunday Worship and baked at 400. Hidden in Bond: are; the most widely held
B.arfield Highway 6:30: p. m.-Junjors. . a cookie jar and eaten foil of holes securities in the world. Another
,, 7:00'p.. m.-Sit day EvenmgEvangelistic by hungry beetles. Forgotten' in a good 'reason why you should invest -
I __ Pahokee Fla. SefvfceWt pair of work pants and washed; in,Bonds is the important job
J. W. Hughes Minister ; >S DAY: bleached and spin dried. Cut inth y can do right now in making
Phone 924-3736 7$0: p. m.-Midweek Prayer to tiny' pieces by an irate wife. America safer from the enemies
SUNDAY: meeting. Gnawed by mice, and gobbled up of freedom.
9:45: a. zn.-Sunday School "Where you are a stranger but by goats. Buy Bonds and see if you don't '

11:00'7:30 p.a. Evangelistic m.-Morning Worship Ser. .once.. Yet, in spite of all these mi Tcsl pretty good about it.
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I viceTUESDAY ,-- fortttfles/these Bonds were ;'i; !c: <>, Lfcttt about u.s. SmUigt Bo.t.
: First Baptist to their owners. They didn't orTt; :/on! :;?t $4 for every $S at matnrltyor.
I '':30 p. m.-Prayer Service ato growing in value. -, -., ; ctn jcet your money anytime
THURSDAY: Church, Pahokee :- \!: >ui- Honda are replaced free if lost,
rit J k;,1'; 3:;: or stolen You can save avto-
7:30 p. m.-Youth for Cfertet Gutbrle W. Colvard. Pastor i' microfilm 'ot r, :'J' ntl'! "'l;' on Payroll Sayings

Service. SUNDAY*. :Lx. falQid.o every' ;..-..-: ....p fr..dom In your ftitur*wllfi
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.Mrs. Mayme Karmar has return 11:00: a. nu -**
r h ,7:30 p. m.-Bvonlng Worship ,;V..:
1i JI:>i9 p. m*-Traininjf Union' ." '.
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1. 'Wee,'Care Center In Rough Imported On Beef Florida "I-iis.s.c. Fine RecordOf Honor Fifth Graders,Mrs. Laf lin.. Wiener. P. Girls Roast 4-H ForC. Club ..

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GAINESVILLE Imports Pahokee Elementary school honored ing and cooking group of the Ca-
beef from Central and South their teacher, Mrs. Mae Laflin nal Point Girls 4-H Club were hon-
America, as well as Australia and The United ored at the final project meeting of
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During the next few weeks, contacts I with a surprise party
assailedby
New Zealand, have been States Sugar Corporaton, with her birthday, Thursday May 7 at the spring season with a surprise
workers i
't will be made by a Florida Farm Bureau spokesman. headquarters in Clewiston, boastsof the school. Mothers of the children wiener roast and party held at the
.. headed by :Mrs. Roy W. Brown, one of the finest records of em- helped with the baking of cakes home of their leader, Mrs. Elmer
chairman of the Salvation Army Charles E. Freeman, Okeechobee ployment of any industrial concern which were enjoyed by the class Maxson. Hostesses with Mrs. Max-
drive, to meet some of the obligations cattleman and a state director of I in the state. This fact was and by a most surprised teacher. son were Mrs. Bruce Bitting, Miss
connection with the Wee the Florida Farm Bureau Federa- emphasized recently when service .. . Nancy Harrington and Miss Peggy
in Center Nursery. tion, appeared before the U. S. I emblems were presented to em- Miss Patricia Stewart left Bitting.
Care Day Tariff Commission in Washingtonlast unbroken recordsof Ala. -
Last fall drive was launchedfor ployees having Thursday for Andalusia
funds for a the Wee Care Day week to urge import restric- five 'or more years service with where she plans to spend Mothers CLASSIFIED ADS PAY

building. The drive at that tions. the company. Day with her parents. BIG DIVIDENDSTHANKS
Center
his testimony, Freeman reported the
$70,000 as they In Some 135 employees received /
time was set amount at which also that on one day alone, on service pins at the close of the -- --

necessary include maintenance for a March 13, 1964, Florida experienced 1963-64 harvest and grinding sea- svirrsviririvTi rrtMty ryi tySflr trs
would the importaton of over 31 135 had
the full amount was son. A total of 15 of the
year. Although million of red meat. Thisis 25 and
pounds
.' sizeable amount was served U. S. Sugar between
not raised, a the committeemore equivalent to approximately 4(0 ''years. Total service of all 'em- =
assuring
raised would be forth coming. The 1-10 of all the beef butchered In ployees honored reached 1570 yearsof
thousands of the state during one year. unbroken employment.The .
,
dollars building were was put donated up in volunteer Freeman, who Cattlemen's is chairman Committee of- ceremonies followed a 'grinding I wish to take this.opportunity 'to thank i
the the FFBF's season of some 146 days when
i labor. in order to complete project. said a large American restau- 1,899,401 net tons of sugar cane my many friends who supported me in

100 rant chain has set up a slaughtering were ground into raw sugar. Over
is well over their votes
The registration attendance runs house and quick freeze house 10 thousand gallons of molasseswas the May 5th primary by ,

the about average 80 to 85.daily A set fee of $2.00 near Bogota, Colombia, and is extracted from the cane as It time and effort. Your faith and confidence
t child has been set, this Is basedon buying cattle at 7 to 8 cents per was ground. The 44,429 acres of
is appreciated.
per pound. The company slaughters the the and deeply
the income, the number of child- cane produced by company
and the circumstances Involv- cattle, bones and freezes the meat, the 8,417 acres of cane supplied by
ren the family. which is shipped to this country Independent growers showed a HUGH BROWN
ing This cannot be a self-sustaining where fat is added and sold to con- marked' gain over production from
the first place summers as hamburger. the previous season of 196263.
in
nursery, because . Candidate for Sheriff
t it's purpose was to meet a certain Additional gains are expectednext
; need, that need Is being met Calling Shower ForMiss year when some 65,000 acres I
'now. Mothers who must support of sugar cane will be planted.

themselves as' well as their child- DunnawayThe ---.---------- ------ -----
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ren are given first preference.the of Mrs. David Unwin, ,, .. .,.++a:wy H+nr.'arixrer' ,, iw.re, >.,.awf
There are many such cases and home t5D xt{> ?!9*>: wt.>xe a e.r'+t's'fskr
-4..3'
full fee cannot be charged, under 2031 Bacom Point Road, was the

,j such circumstances.In ,scene of a bridal calling shower .,7 tor sri:E;,, 3! >.} .3:'r:.. : ..tsi:
addition to the personal contacts honoring Miss Lorraine Dunnaway, ry:">F, ; +.. ,<

which are being made, appeal bride elect of Lawyne Rawles, Or. l
c letters ,are being mailed out lando. Friday, May 1. Mrs. G. M.
this week. These will go to the Dunnaway of Clewiston, greeted fQ
\ many prospects, who were not guests with her daughter and Mrs.
t contacted last fall.Contributions Unwin. What's :
should be mailed The table was laid with an ecru

direct to Russell Tucker, treasurer lace cloth and appointed with the
\ of the local fund. Checks should be silver and crystal candle holders
made payable to Wee Care Day which held arrangements of pink pitch
\ t Center. Anyone desiring to make sweetheart roses and lighted pink

I a pledge, payable monthly or tapers. on", t
I quarterly can do so. Hostesses with Mrs. Unwin,
i The committee as well' as the were, Mrs. LeeVroten, :Mrs. Lee Methyl?

I community is proud of this project, Shirley, :Mrs. Dale Stacey, :Mrs
such a building and program could C. Williams, Mrs. LoisVhite,
only be made possible because of Mrs. Robert :Mackey, and Mrs. W.
) ''I i the outstanding cooperation of the K. Aldridge.Outoftown.

citizens in general. guests were sistersof
The Wee Care Day Center, is op- Miss Dunnaway, Mrs. Thurmond
erated by The Salvation Army, O'Bannon of Labelle, and Mrs:
with Major Otis Street in charge, Richard Bethea of Clewiston.
Ruby Rutledge is director of the _. -

{ I nursery. Dairy Council To
It is essential and necessary to I
i I raise funds for this worthy project Honor Achievement __

to meet some of the obligations,''I i1 ... a
which at the present represent A continuing program to honor __
..J the amount of $1,200.00.Planning achievements of school-age child-

ren in Palm Beach County has been '
-
inaugurated by the Dairy Council
of South Florida, with the first
winners named this week.
: To Move? They are twins Karen and Sharon -
I Dupere, 15, of 411 El Vedado,
\ Don't Be Misled West Palm Beach, and Roger
Chapel 12, of West Palm Beach.
ALL RATES ARE NOT The twins attended Sunday Schoolat
TUB SAME First Christian Church for nine
consecutive years without an ab
Ship Trailway. Lowest Rates. sence. Roger who won.a YMCA
I Every Load Insured. Direct Service. World Service Sales campaign! I had

.> Free Personal Con a choice of a: bike or a $50 Savings r: .>r1It's
Bond. He chose the Bond for his
disabled father. -

TRAMIliiWAYVAN Three 'achievement winners will
.
be selected each week, with Mrs. "
Jack Kassewitz of Miami, working
LINES, INC. with community leaders, acting as an important gasoline discovery! Methyl

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Nola DraganAGENCY may make nominations.There steps up octane performance so .
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and child- all cylinders of engine, stands up under
Pahokee Phone 924- 4S1 religion or achievement, more evenly throughout your .
ren in grades one through twelveare extreme ,temperatures. And it's in Standard''' gasolines (Crown and ';.
eligible. Nominations from "
Palm Beach County may be madeto Crown Extra) . at no increase in
.
Miss: Sip Taylor, director of price! Another important way that STANDARD t ,F
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PRINCE THEATRE ReynoldsStokesWedding

On May 2 .'
PAHOKEE, FLA.

R. S. Stokes-and Mrs. Lorene

SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY Reynolds of McClenny, Fla. were
united in marriage Saturday nightat ethyl
MAY 1O-11-12
7:00: p. m. in a quiet service held
at the home of Mr.: and Mrs. A. T.
"PALM SPRINGS
Holt. Rev. Lawrence Stewart, !
WEEKEND"TROY pastor of the Canal Point Baptist .now In Standard
Church officiated. Mr. and Mrs.
DONAHUE. CONNIE Stokes will reside in Canal Point. .
. M. I. KEEN Agent
.,' STEVENS TY HAKDIN - ,
ROBERT CONRAD Mr. and'Mra.. C. L. Story arcspending I
the weekend with her. Canal Point IryoridaF
,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. BX Burns I II -

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