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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: June 12, 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).
 Record Information
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: UF00079910:00391
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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I June 12,1964CIRCULATING PUBLISHED WEEKLY CANAL POINT BV PAUL RARDIN



THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY

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RegistrationFor Willard W. McCurdy Awards Program Summer ProgramFor Sam Chastain 60
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Receives M. D. DegreeWillard Canal Pt. SchoolThe

Summer Begins W. McCurdy receivedhis Held C. P. School Canal Point School will start Died' Tuesday P. M.

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M. D. degree from the Univer- - taking registrations for their summer '
Monday June 15 sity of Miami School of Medicinein The Canal Point School Awards recreation program on Mon- After Long Illness
ceremonies at the Miami Beach Program was held June 3 at the ,
day morning June 15, at 8:00: a. m.
Convention Hall, June 7th. at 3:00: school with opening devotions led
Registrations for Summer Band 'p. m. by the Fourth grade. Sandra Jack- The registration fee will be $1.00 R. L. (Sam) Chastain, former \
will be held Monday morning More than 1,000 degrees were son and Ross Harrington presenteda per child. Pahokee resident, vegetable broker -
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June 15 from 8:00 a. m. until noon Some of the activities scheduledfor cattle rancher and founder of
awarded by.the University in commencement gift to Mrs. Ruth Snider in appreciation -
according: to Bandmaster Robert O. exercises; 67 of themin for teaching :Music H the summer program will Include Central and Southern Florida .
Lampi!, of Pahokee High School. the field of medicine. the school for the past nine years. swimming in the mornings. Flood Control District, died Tuesday -
Summer Band is offered as a partof Transportation to the pool will be Good Samaritan Hospital
Dr. McCurdy, son of Mrs.\ An- :Mrs.Snider, is transferring to An- aE
the Summer Educational En- furnished but each child will have after a'l long';illness.
nette McCurdy of Pahokee, plansto I other area in the county. Certifi- '
richment Program sponsored jointly intern at the City of Memphis cate of 4-H Awards was presentedby to pay to get into the pool. Art I' lie was 60 years old at the time
by the Palm Beach County Hospitals in Memphis. Tenn. :Miss June Street and John and crafts, movies, quiet games, I Ii of his death:, He lived at 991 N..
Board of Public Instruction and While in the UM School of Medicine : Causey to Allen Webb, Dicky music and ball games are also on Lake Way Palm Beach.
the State Department of Educa- I, he belonged to the Student Strayer Mike McCall. Alvin Wilson -i. the agenda. The school will try to Born in Thomas County Georgia -
schedule other schools I I
with
tion.The I American Medical Association and Jeffery Tarr, Kenny Hayes, games I Mr. Chastain moved to the
Mrs. Charlotte Walston will be
program opens June 15 and Phi Beta Pi medical fraternity.Dr. Ralph Stacy, Oren Bitting Ross Glades area in 1929 I
closes July 24. Registrations for :McCurdy also holds a B. S. Harrington, Jacqueline Vandegfift, the director of the program with I I Mr. Chastnin, a long time ,
Band is open to all students who degree from the University of Jamie Gibson, Teryl Echols, Wan- Mrs. Mildred: Larrick. assisting.
will be in the 6th grade in the fall Florida. da Hitchcock, Diane Blackwell, - Baptilt I i I,

of 1964. and higher grades. Many' -_ Avis Amerson Kathy Maxson, Murphy Low Bidder II early history of the church. His
school instruments are still available Brenda Maxson, Sandra Jackson, parents Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Chas- .
and they include trombones Patrice Hoyle Pamela Ursry, tain were charter members and
baritones saxaphones French 6,847 Persons Get Kathleen Jones, Kay Hall Clare- On PahokeeSewers shortly after his coming to Canal
horns clarinets, oboe and bassoon. dette and Alice Valliere, Kandi i Point, he too, came to feel the
These are issued on a "first come- McCall, Glennie Trett, Peggy Bit same devotion to it's prosperity
State Welfare Aid
first served" basis. Instruction I ting and Nancy Harrington.Blue Apparent low bidder Tuesday on I i I, Through his efforts and endeavors
books are also furnished by the Ribbon Projects were. Food construction of about one mile of I I! in the formative years much w.+a ,
school. and Nutrition; 1st Year, Jamie sanitary sewers along Rardin Ave ,i accomplished through which pros-
The schedule for a week in Baniis Rev. Paul M. Cassen Chairmanof Gibson, Teryl Echols Diane Black- nue in Pahokee was Murphy Con- i perity today has endowed.
as follows: Beginners Band: District 10 Welfare Board of 1 well Kathy Maxson Alice and struction Co. of West Palm Beach lie was a graduate of Norman
Monday, Wednesday and Friday the State Department of Public I Ann Valliere, and Kandi McCall. The firm's bid was 4144681. Junior College, Norman Park, Ga.,
10:00 a. m. to 12; Advanced Band: I Welfare, reported that in Palm 2nd year Claudette Valliere; 3rd Four other bids were alo submittedto and Oglethorpe University, Atlanta }

Tuesday and Thursday 10:00: a. m". Beach County 6847 persons wereassistQd,1n..the year,. Brenda Maxson Kathleen i iI the Town Council. They were ,.
to 12. Private'.or: small groupin.* + ,:four categor;:<,w .of, -Jones and.'Glennte: "Trettrfith"'Yeat"I : ,*;-nU'-n furred to"1.h town'sconsult*' Upon 'moving to the Glades, hE'l' .
struction will be'given Mondaythru I public assistance for the'morlth of I Peggy Bitting;- Bth year, Nancy i ing engineers, Gannett. Fleming, sold and handled farm produce for f
Friday from 8OO: a. m. to May, 1964. Harrington. Corddry & Carpenter of Daytona growers.' In 1931 he became an
10:00: a. m. and 1:00: m. to 4:30p. i A total of 2071 persons receivedOld I
p. Clothing:: let year Jamie Gibe Beach for tabulation.The equal partner with his former em-
m. This schedule will be arranged Age Assistance in the amountof son. Teryl Echoli!' Wanda Hitch Council will hold a special ployer W H. Vann forming the
during registrations.Many $101,437. 118 persons received I cock Diane Blackwell. Avis Am"son !"- meeting next Monday at 8 p.m.' Vann and Chastain produce opera- w
places need to be filled due Aid to the Blind totaling 6811. Kathy Maxson, Kandi McCall: to take official action on the bkH. tion.

to graduation and other reasons 1043 families representing 3371 and Ann, Valliere; 2nd ,year Jac- The Rardin Avenue ,work is the lie began in the cattle business
so it is hoped a large class of be- children receved Aid to Dependent (Continued On Page 2)) first phase of a large municipal in'' 1939 and at one time Mr. Chas
be started and recruited Children in the amount of $62,786. .
ginners can i waterworks and '
sewer improve- thin owned more than 45,000: acres
to fill these vacancies. 465 persons received Aid to the ment In Pahokee. John
program of land.
Come out and try to learn to Disabled in the amount of $25,2415. S. L. Lindsay 58 son & McKay of Pahokee have In 1947 he discontinued grow-
In Addition 400 children received
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band instrument this summer -
play a
filed a validation suit in Circuit (Continued on Page 2)) i
service the month 246 of
during Court for the ---
Passes $1,445.000 bond l issue.A .
whom were in foster homes. The Away
hearing on the issue is sched-
total state'and local cost for these
I uled for June 18 before Circuit 50th Anniversary
Glades Elks To child welfare services was $17-
16. 77.There. S. L. Lindsay 58, of Pahokea Judge James Knott.
died suddenly at his home, Tues- Water lines are already being
5
were adoption petitions Padgett FamilyThe
laid along Rardin Avenue from
Observe Flag DayGeorge studied for the Circuit Court. day about 1 p. m.
Bacom Point south to McClure
These: are children placed in homes Mr. Lindsay came to Pahokee 19
I independent of service through a years ago from Pruden, Tennessee' Road. .. home of Mayor and Mrs.
H. Tucker, Jr.. Exalted I licensed child placing agency, and He operated the Lindsay Watch Duncan Padgett was the scene of
Ruler of Pahokee Lodge No. 1638, the Welfare Board is responsible Repair Shop on Lake Avenue. Mr Commission Sits As a gathering of Pahokee and Canal '
Benevolent and Protective Orderof according to law to make these I Lindsay was a member of the First I Point residents to help celebrate, I
Elks, announced today that, following reports to the'' court. Baptist Church in Pahokee and a 50 years In Pahokee with Mr. Pad- 1

a custom of longstanding, ;Palm Beach County, is represented ' member. of the Pennacla._Masonic Equalization BoardThe gett, Mrs.. Adallne, Stuckey, ".and
..", would 'Join with Lodge in Mtddleboro,. Kentucky. ,
Pahokee Lodge on the'district ten Welfare Mrs. Alice Moran, Sunday after-
"' Belle Glade and Clewiston Elk Board bv: Rev. Paul M. Casen Survivors include his widow noon. Guests were served from a
Lodges in the observance of Flag West Palm Beach, Chairman: Mrs. Nan; a daughter, Mrs. Joyce Averaof county commission set July table laid with an ecru eyelet cloth
Day. Clewiston Lodge No. 1853 Marion Bleech. Pahokee; J. T. Mc- Chicoppe Falls Mass.; three" 6 as the opening day for its annual over yellow which was centered
i will be the host lodge this year Murrain Delray Beach: Mrs. Wilda brothers Virgil of Creatview, Fla.. sessions as a board of equalization. -I with an arrangement of yellow hibiscus -
The ceremonies will be held at the Tufts, LantAna; J. F. Thomas Jr., Conrad of Kokomo. Ind., and Cal- and white''mums.. Membersof
Clewiston Lodge Hall at 3:00: p. m., West Palm Beach. vin of Lafollette Tenn.; four sisters The commission said it would the' family attending from out ,)
June 14th. Officers from the three Mrs. Laura Burney of Pensa- hold daily meetings to hear complaints of town were Mr. and Mrs. Donald
participating lodges will take part I - sola, .Mrs. William Rattcllf of Jel- on tax assessments and on Padgett of Chattahoochee Mr.

in the rendition of the Flag Day Ilco, Tenn., Mrs. Joe Sowder of Mi- homestead tax exemptions not and Mrs. Calvin Padgett of Waldo. .
Ritual. In inviting the public to at- Corn Chairman ami and Mrs. Nell Register of granted.The Mr. and Mrs: Albert Garcia of

tend these services and to Join Stuart. commission usually com- Tampa, Mr., and Mrs. Dan Padgettof
with the Elks of the Glades Areain Funeral services will 1 be held for pletes its equalization hearings in Hamilton, Ohio Mr. and Mrs
commemorating the birth of te Reminds GrowersLewis Mr. Lindsay at the First Baptist a week's time In order that it John Dulany of Belle Glade, Mr.
American Flag, Exalted Ruler Church of Pahokee, Friday at 2 can meet requirements for completing and Mrs. Phillip Dulany of Belle
Tucker expressed regret that he p. m. and advertising its annual Glade, Mr. and Mrs. John Padgettof
was unable to furnish the name of Friend. Chairman of the budget. West Palm Beach, Mrs. Henry _
the speaker for the occasion. The Florida Sweet Corn Advisory Com- The board also noted that July Padgett and son Billy of Hallan-
selection of this speaker, as well mittee, reminds the growers in the Harold Wilde To 4th falls on Saturday this year and dale, Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Smith and '
as other details of the program. marketing area of the Florida Prepare Airport PlanIn since this is one of the county's Mr. and Mrs. Milton Carpenter A ,
are in the charge of the host- lodge. Sweet Corn Marketing Order (as legal holidays, the court house will Belle Glade and Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Exalted Ruler' Tucker also an- amended 1962)) that they must apply be closed on Friday July 3. Forbes of West' Palm Beach. Other
nounced that he was calling upon for renewal of Temporary Base an effort to keep abreast of, out-of-town guests were County

the Americanism 'Committee of Quantity Certificates prior to June changes in aviation and planningof Mr. and Mrs. Collie Holt had ts Commissioners E. F .Van Kessel of
the Pahokee Lodge to arrange for 15. Friend also said that persons airports, the county commissionthis their guests over the weekend his Juno Beach and Edward Bandlow '
participation by the Pahokee area wishing to market sweet'corn dur- week authorized preparation brother Grady Holt and son. of Lake Worth and their wives;
In the July 4th- "Let Freedom ing 1964-65 sweet corn season who i of master plans for'both the Lan- Steve, and his sister and brother- Mr. and Mrs. George Warren of '.. r
Ring" observance. Bells across the do not hold base quantity certl- tana and Pahokee airports. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Delray, Miss Lois Conoley of AT- '
country will be rung simultaneously cates should make application 'The board authorized hiring Womble and their mother, Mrs. Le- cadia, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Moss of
to commemorate the 188th An therefor by June 15 to the Florida Harold Wilde, who recently prepared ona Holt all of Colqultt Ga.' Mrs. West Palm Beach Mr. and Mrs. "(
niversary of the signing' of the Sweet Corn Advisory CommIttee. a feasibility report on International Holt remained with her aon and Claude Morgan of Ft. Lauderdale..
Declaration of Independence. The Poet Office Box 6787, Orlando. Airport, to do the his family and plans to leave this and Mr. and Mrs. John Goodrum of
(Continued on Pats 8), Florida work. Estimated; cost,was $2,500. weekend. West Palm Beach. -.- ..>."k'.'i''..
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Pt, Two June+' 12, 1964
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-- The Everglades News Canal Point Florida 33438: -
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Plumerof 1 Stetson I Miss Katherintt'Yc,ung and Mlaa
Mothly :Miss Jan '
ReportsTo University; Deland,- arrived recently -I Amy Young of F. S. U. In Tallahassee -

!4ccidents to spend the summer with were the 'rec'ejnt guests of I
I her parents Mr. and Mrs- 'COT I their, parents.. Dr. and "Mrs: W. C.

County Commissioners, : this week Plumer. Young.

C. .J agreej "lo, take a, closer "Ux>k aC the ----- -- -- --- ---- -- ----- '- .-.. --T-r--.
cause, of accidents.: which keep ,
county'employees off the Job. I

Presented with an annual: acci-
dent report; the commission decided CRACKER HISTORY OF
I it should have monthly report f

In the future in' an effort tb try
,... p
.. __a - and cut down on the number: of ac-I
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-' OKEECHOBEE
-! i! cidents through some type safety LAKE
program. *

Rardin Building: In Canal Point, Florida The annual report for the past By Lawrence E. Will
year showed a total of 200 acci-
': TUE LAKE OKEECHp BJifE REGION: HOME OF dents which'kept-employees off-the.. Author of 660k holee Hurricane and
job for' 1,218 days: -

T; THE EVERGUDES NEWS The road and bridge department ,'Custard! Apple Days"

: showed. the highest accident rate.

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Serving: the Lake Okeeehobee Farming Region Without Seminoles
CELEBRATES Mound Builders
Interruption Every Week for Nearly 40 Years BIRTHDAY I

Established March 11,.iS&24 ' Published Every Friday Melanie Sue' Watson Celebratedher I Battle of Okeechobee Hungry Land

Subscription Prlce'$2.00 Year In Advance 9th birthday with a party held a Capt. Tom Bass, Fisherman's Friend
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at the Woman's
Club in Pahokee.Wednesday ,
The Everglades News Za. Entered at the Post Office afternoon Pink and POgey Bill, the Sheriff

In Canal'poTn ,' Fi 1da'as:; Second Class Matter green colors were carried out on "Doc Anner" Darroiy \

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher the table which was laid with a Fingey" Conners, Highway Builder
pink cloth and held a pink and
Awards Program- Sylvia Martin Vicki; Haggins and green birthday cake. The fifty __ First Railroad on the Muck

Sandra Jackson. Basket ball play- young guests enjoyed a twist con- Sugar Industry
ers for the 8th grade were: Mike test and a door prize was awarded
(Continued From Page 1)
McCall. Wayne Stacy Bob Moore Lisa Wolf. Forgotten. Settlements Tantie, Utopia, Ncznaha,
and Ralena Ur-
q1ellne.Vandegrftt; !,
James - ,
Conley Joe Goode Tommy
Elderberry Scratchankle. I
Brenda Maxson Pa ,
sry; 3rd year, : ,
Bailey Ernest Williams Steve Mrs. Gene McDowell was elected
trice Hoyle and, Pamela Ursry;'4th
Maxson Dicky Strayer and Darrell new president of the Pahokee Band
year. Sandra Jackson; 5th'year,
Goodson. Parents Association at That's Different"Now
a meeting "A
History
Peggy Bitting; 6th'year, Nancy
Harrington. .. .- 100 Percent Attendance ''Award: In the Band House to reorganizefor

'. 2nd grade, Donald Hitchcock and the 1964-65: school year. Other
:Bitting.Dairy, Kandi McCall' and Peggy Deborah Pervis; 3rd grade Joey officers elected were R. L. Gray, On Sale] at Local Magazine Stands

Child Kandi Collier; 4th grade Mac Wright; vice president; Mrs. F*. S. Parrish
Me
Development:
Call, Ralena Ursry and Pamela 5th grade Gary Conley and Wan- secretary; and Robert LampI, j
Ursry. da Hitchcock; 6th grade Claud- treasurer. lv I.
ette Valllere; 7th grade Harold
Frozen Foods and Bread mak-
Lang, Jr., Clinton A. Scott and -- ==
ing; Nancy Harrington.
Glennie Trett; 8th grade James .
Leadership; Peggy Bitting and : .t \11\0.\\ \ ,\I \1. \1\\11.\\ \ '1'
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Conley and Darrell Goodson. .t. :
Nancy Harrington. };

Poultry and Entomology; Nan Story-Math and Awards Ross: 7th Harrington grade Gayle; 8th +141."111 t 1 i,:,.,. :};,,!! !!1 S.ll.t {;t, .,,!.: 1;.?! 1s,!: +iV!! 'as4 flit i?!tii!:. ?;!? !!:}!'!! ,!!}{ !?!tr?!!1?. "+:p:;}'a: {? .'',,{!!?' 3''
cy Harrington. ; l:
grade James Conley. ;ul n t4:i. s:'itIn? V.lfist}} S :: ;}:;}; } 1'!' 'i' t
Livestock: Peggy Bitting. .ri I} t !
The American Legion Honor Citizenship Awards: 1st grade. ::;{;t1h111,1!:1?}i:11: ts1;llnt!?: ?!{{Vialls} !+; ,!.::}: !!t! .?, : a.:,.. :!!ti! ;!yil ilHp;?!;i: 1; ... ,!!nlilyjti!} lr
award, which was a fifty-star flag Nancy Carr and Lloyd Gray; 2nd ,:,!,.;!!,,;} };
that was flown over the Capitol in grade Daniel Williams and Ada "!!"! ;!:.lilittt}!} !111:'{! !? !! ,,:!!i}}{ !? ;:!! ,:j: :1 il} ..lls ,
ts 1 '
Agdstl; 3rd grade Brenda Bar- ; !};:; :h;!:l y'1 + tt : 1 :ts it tnt 1
Washington, D. C., for one day, t. ::
rett and Carolas Barrios 4th
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was presented to James Conleyand
grade Bonnie Chin Aleong and
Wayne Stacy for courage, 1 lit +, t
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Mac Wright 5th grade. Kathy l .y1 'utf!
leadership honor, service and ; !?ii tyt' !
scholarship, by, Mrs. Mable Mc- Maxson and Gary Conley; 6th s 1thn i't' l ii'
grade, Avis Amerson and
Vean Mrs. Mary L. Crosby, com- Jerry
manders Curtis; 7th grade Jack Williamsand
; Mrs. Margaret Moors
1st Patrice Hoyle; 8th grade. Dar: ;.
vice commander; Mrs. Virginia
:Larrick 2nd vice commander; Mrs.!' rell Goodson. ,! i.i
4-H Achievement Certificates
Francis Gay Sgt.-At-Arma and I
Mrs. Mildred 'Larrick, Chaplain. presented to Kandi McCall Peggy
James Threlkeld presented letters Bitting and Nancy Harrington.4H .
for the cheerleaders and bask- Camp Scholarship went to
etball team to the 7th and 8th Ross Harrington and was presented -
by Alton Jones from the 4.w I
grades.
The
8th graders who were
Canal Point Lions Club.
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awarded
letters were: Cheerleaders -
Linda Monies Joann Mima', Girls 4-H Camp Scholarship was \., ; ,
given to Ralena Ursry and Ann
.. Valliere by the Canal Point Home 't'1 i !? {
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L Demonstration Club and presentedby
Classified Ads Mrs. Elmer Maxson.
Mrs. Ray Ursry Mrs. Elmer

.. Maxson, Mrs. Bruce Bitting, Mrs. :.
POSITIVELY all want: ads or W. E McCall and Mrs. A. R. Har- WhWI-W, aft; L II?
rington were recognized as 4-H I ,II.h1-M
classifieds, 'as'you 'wish to call
Adult leaders. !'t!!! 1"" 'SH tiili:! !.
them, are payable in advance from I wl Ilr.w::; !
his day forward. Don't phone 'em.

Write it and drop a dollar bill In Sam Chastain, 60- 'j1t .} tll
the envelope If you ,want it run t t ti4 i' +' .
once. $2 if, you want'' .it, 'run twice. (continued, from page 1)) ?ai 'h tittill,! !i.,}\ tilt.
.and
so on. Ing vegetables but continued mark-

HAVE YOU decided to''clear out eting through the Chastain Company ..
Inc., and the FloridaBroker, }' ,
the attic'and advertise the ,stuff III '";
age'Company*line; In\.1956ibWdis- y
for sale through I these columns T
''You'll be surprised how"milch:"stuff solved, ;the!, ,two: corporations ,,and y1p!! \\11
? ,_ you can' get rid of and how"much ,retired from marketing. jo.
I 'money you can take in.: rV only Under'Gov.- Spessard Holland ho t ,,)
.costs $1 to try an'ad -foV'aT'week' : was ,appointed to the Board of h
, .. .,. Commissioners for the Everglades

TQB SALE: New and,U..d Willy Drainage District. The district ,at

Jeeps. Walter Ashley's..garage the time of his appointment was
in Belle Glade Phone, & rather inactive, but through''. the
OcU,1754ch. commission's work the-district' be-
came the Central and Southern "' 1
IS THERE ANYTHING- ; In that-
Florida Flood Control and Conser-
tic you'd like to' convert: into, .
vation District.He
cash? A small classified :ad; In was member of the Florida ADD A PRONE ADD A LOT 'TO LIVING
this column will turn. the. trick. It State Cattlemen's'Association, the ,. . -
only costs a dollar--ca b, wttb,,or Florida State''and.' Palm Beach *

der. County Chambers 'of Commerce Join the Stepsavers. Happy families, these. They believe phones are ,.

Brand new BY Round SINGER Bobb. \ '. ,I' sewing Palm and had Beach served Zoning on Board.In the Town. of reaching. not for; running. So they have phones in the likeliest places "''v:

machine. Back tacks seams---sews 1942 he became a member of where families gather, relax or work most. Kitchen.} Bedroom. Florida :
over pins-dial tensionaitd stitch'ftWgulator. the Board of Directors of the Atlantic
West Palm Workshop. Let colorful extension phones subtract steps add'''
$59.5Op4tf.50 down' and National Bank room. ,. r - -,
$:S.oo a month. Glades Mercantile Beach. pleasure in your life; 'Call your Telephone Company ,Business Office
!
Company 255 E. lake. Avenue Pa Survivors include his widow,
hokee 9245597. AlTtfg Deborah; 'one son Thomas Mack for details. .
Chastain; two brothers J.. S., '
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I 11II1I1IIIII Cairo Ga. and O. H., Thomasville Bouthern.t .
Thurmond Knight Ga., three sisters Mrs. Thomas esll ':
Arnold Winter Garden; Mrs. E. E.::

Realty, Inc. Gibson Thomasville and Mrs. .T. iIIA -I'; ,

: ':TELEPHONF.gOffice : M. McCord. Quitman. Ga. .:..t' .
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Box 9098. Riviera Beach and* sons, left Sunday' for New be sure to'reglSterand votethis' '..
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Pngr Flour The 8vrr lades News Co.a&II'DIDt. Florida34S8 Friday. June 12, 1904

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-David Watkins has. returned to I Mr. and Mrs Sm McKinstry Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Herring left

his studies at the University ]i: plan to leave Monday for Minnie Wednesday for Dothan, Ala., and I

I Lp-ERSONAtu NEWS NOTES]j jI attending Mississippi the at Oxford summer: where Mission.he 'i*"I I'I I Sop TeichJC, C. a visit with. relatives.


.. Judge and Mr*. J. L. Tyson and li t7'T' .1 f'tn,tTIIfl7', ; \,i7utTI; --ITttL: VI
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daughter. Wflola, left Tuesday for I
3 Mrs. Major Gibson has returnedto Dennis Crady is a patient in]
Black Mountain, N. C. where'! Wfola '
her home after being the guestof Good Samaritan Hospital West, will attend Camp MrrrSMac.
her aon and family. Mr. and Palm Beach.: Dennis is the son or : j, Monday Cattle Sales I
Mrs. James Gibson. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Crady and Mrs. Melvin Spooner and chIldren . .
was graduated from Pahokee High j spent the weekend in 2oltwotd
Johnny Smith has returned to School this past wvek. with Mr. Their Mrt
the Gainesville Spoonor. lIOn i' Arc regularly: held at the Glades Livestock Market
University of Florida.
remained in Zettwood with his
after a weekend visit with Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Hill returned i ito father. I which is owned and operated by more than 120
his parents Mr. and Mrs. R. T. their home at Cypress Lodge, I Florida 'Cattlemen
Smith. Port Mayaca. Sunday after a Mrs. Leah Isenhart' left this

month's visit with relatives in week for her home in Denver, You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here
Roger XIatton has arrived at the Kentucky..Mr .
home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Colo., after spending the summer at this Market. We make an effort at all times to I

Bob Hatton. from the University .and :Mrs. Al Belcher recently in Pahokee. Mrs. Xitenhart is the give an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Gio I

of Florida in Gainesville where be; visited relatives in Orlando. sister of Mrs. Lloyd HUT1dle us a trial.SALES.
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will spend the summer. Miss Barbara Davis has returned Mr. I
and .Mrs. R. W. Sanders
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Billy Boe of the University of to her home in Clearmont after visited their daughter. Mrs.
Florida is spending the summer several weeks visit with Mr. and SJ'bi11'
with his mother Mrs. Beulah Boe. Mrs. Bud Davis. Keys and son, Drew, of EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simonson son-in-law and daughter Mr. and
Rev. and Mrs. John. Stewart :)f 'I 5
left this week for Ft. Myers for Mrs James S. Wilson, of Ft. Lauderdale Glades Livestock MarketASSOCIATION
Enterprise. Ala, were. recent
a week's visit. Monday and Tuesday.
guests of their son and family.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Elarbee and Rev. and Mrs. Lawrence Stewart. Xr John Furlong of Mian .
and Mrs. Dick Korbly were
weekend Mr. visitors at Miami Beach. They were accompanied home by, was the recent guest of her daughter -t On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
their daughter. Patricia who has and family Mr. and Mrs. JoeThompson ;
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Schroder left Phone WY 6-3028
made her home with
her brother of Pahokee and her I
for vacation and visit
Thursday a
with relatives in New York. While and family while attending Palm son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and

there they plan to attend the Beach' Junior College. Mrs. Marvin Unwin of Belle Glade. j I I '. '7'; .

Worlds Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Dixon left - -
I recently for South Carolina where
:Mrs..Jeffry Sheffield and son. they will spend the summer. > * HH M *
M. E.. left last Saturday for Col-
qultt. Ga. where they were the :Mrs. Alma Nail has returned to I
guests of her parent.;; f Jf'** her' home after a visit with her
aunt in Jacksonville.Mrs. LI1JLUII
:Mrs. James Smith and daughter.
Debbie. and Mrs. Helen Gary left Earl Maxson returned to:
Saturday for a visit with relativesin her home this week after beinga
St. Petersburg. patient in the local hospital. Phone 92.15511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade ;

Miss Pam Boe entertained the Miss Velma Williams is expectedto ? SALES and SERVICE .:As
graduating seniors with a party at: arrive at the home of her parents 4
her home., Friday night following Mr. and Mrs. J.. E. Williams {}
graduation.Mr. this weekend after completing her : Heating Air Conditioning Appliances ->
freshman year at Mercer' University *,
and Mrs. Robert Walker A A s't # A A R # A # # A # P + # i A A A r A A A *
Macon. Ca. s ss, >sr e s !< $*+ $*
were the weekend guests of their strss H sep eisrer s YSt* V *i4YNra t..r. 'iY14Y.A SSrsyii 3 arN

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Mr. and :Mrs. J. W. Brown left
this week for Salt Springs where
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weeks. "COME ON IN.- ...

Mr. and Mrs. James King of THE WEATHER'S FINE": -,
Leesburgand Mr. and Mrs. Buddy
Bailey of Vero were the weekend
guests of their parents, Mr. and

Mrs. Elmer Jones : 10 .-.

:Miss Yvonne Thompson of Stet-
son University is the guest of her
parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thompson. $
She plans to return to Stetson MILLION
for summer school next week.. Ii

Mrs. Evelyn Lair. Mrs. Sarah DOLLAR

Thomas Mrs. Elsie Sim*. Mrs.


Friend Washington lunHiecn Charlotte entertained at Walston, West the and Palm Hotel with:Mrs.Beach a George'Gethie bridge on ? __ \ : 4 RATEREDUCTION


Saturday. Approximately 75 guests I _____ -- .


with returned attended.Mr..relatives and.to Mrs.their in Paul Georgia.home, Watson.after, a have visit, $ ;,1: __ -qr: :; FP&LCUSTOMERS for



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Recent guests of Mr. and Mr*. _
Lee Parker and Miss Lorraine L \ Now more than

Dunnaway were M r.. Aylene .,. ever before .its a
Rawles of Dallas. Tex. and Mrs. k whole lot cheaper
Stanley Ancinec of Loop. Tex. Miss ; to go a/.l.ft< Dunnaway will become the bride 0, your kitchen
of Lawayne Rawles Saturday a laundryyour
evening at the First Baptist church entire home --nal. ...... r, .
in Pahokee. : n -'"' : than to : .-
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Miss Bonnie Lou Lair of F. S. U. .
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s.t of services. ,- -ub L; :1y .
in Tallahassee the guest'-of :toe. .J # "'
; i Electricity cost tIO .'kr!" .
parents. Mr. and ),[ra. Marshal .,,"'. ..
Lair. .. little yet does ao
much for theenjoyment '-
Teddy McCall. Mead Maxwell. ..WITH FLAMELESS ELECTRICairconditioning of ,". ,;

Tommy Holt Larry Miller and modern living!
Joe Ervie Thompson accompaniedby .;
Noma Norman left Monday forDaytona
Beach where they are attending .
an F. F. A. Conventionthis

week. They plan to return Friends love to come over...and your in winter from the i same r compact unit. ,.

Saturday.Miss t" whole family has more zip for better Today electric air conditioning is

Connie Slngletary of FJ5.U. \I ,.. living and summer fun. It's such a a marvel of tried and proven depend'i'' ,",
In Tallahassee has arrived to spend ...! .. 1 treat to beat the heat! ability.Quieter and more efficient than -' .

the summer with her parents Mr. \ Electric air conditioners cool the air ever. Better looking .. trimmer and .
and Mrs. Ray Slngletary. .. and keep it fresh and sweet-smelling slimmer. Wide choice of sizes and

Miss Ruth Colvard of Stetson ...control the humidity...filter out models. Prices are lower too! Enjoyed MR.BUSINESSMAN ,

University Ls spending a few weeks dust and pollen .. block out outside by over a million Floridians in their You.too, can take
with her parents. Rev. and Mrs. noises. Bring instant comfort on the homes. Provide your family with its advantage of

Guthrie Col and before leaving for "hottest days! many benefits...now. the reduced electric
North Carolina where she will Join And with year-round reverse-cycle See your appliance dealer or air rates .an even .
the staff of the North Carolina models you'll also enjoy oozy warmth co ndi"1_... bifger bargainin
Baptist Assembly at South Port. '. your' budget. ,
V. GMr. , 7h4 :) c;.._ / Check with your 1( .'\",
f. ?tOtftf.l.m..l.I.PSS ( L LY Florida Power & ,
and Mrs. Sam McKinstry : i
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bad as their guests this week their :) .,v' "MOW. CMAPR 1AM 'tfl Light representative."! Company *K _

.Aon, Bennie of Shaw Air Force : FLOP.. 1 2 A POWER A LIGHT I COY PAN.
Save and Mr*. Chris Lawhorn and
.son. Michael of Sumpter. S. C. -. svzal/R eUI&o FLORIDA



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Friday, June 12, 1964 __ The XCverglades News, Canal! Point, Florida 33438 Page ,"ye

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Barbara Pope SpeaksTo 1 Goodwill Group To Shell Golf On TV

Deo Volente Class Work In Glades Starts Fourth Year LOCALSMrs. 7


The fruit of a Bee's labor is Goodwill Industries, the hire- TAMPA The most popular

honey. The fruit of a Christian is BIRTHS the-handicapped organization, has golf show on television, "Shell's "

another Christian. With June come to Palm Beach County. Wonderful World of Golf", will be-

comes summer, and the Bee's are Large, colorful blue-and-yellow gin its fourth year on the air in

busy making honey. So it shouldbe Mr. and Mrs. Traves M. Dale I Goodwill boxes have' been placedon January 1965, it has been announce

with a Christian. "Bee Wise, announce the birth of shopping center lots and other ed by C. L. Towers .of the Shell Fred Hand and Miss Billy
use the summer for the Savior'* Aquillia Diane a daughter, public places for the collection of Oil Co., sponsor of the program. Hand were weekend visitors in
Born
June 5.
was the theme for the June meet- I Jacksonville where they attendedthe
Mr. and Mrs. Newton Wood used, but usable, articles. The series of 11 internationalgolf
ing of the Deo Volente' class of the announce the birth of a Guy daughter r, Clothing, small electrical appllancej. matches will be similar to the i graduation of Mrs. Hand's

First Baptist Church, at Fellow Johnny Joy, born June 7. household articles and other shows of the past. The one-hour granddaughter.
ship Hall Monday night. President materials to shows will be televised nationwide
Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Hartsell of given non-profit Mrs. Ed Forbes and Mike Earlyof
Jane Younger urged the class Goodwill one afternoons in color
are repaired by its han- Sunday
Lake Wales
the birth
announce of West Palm Beach, were the
to spend the summer "Beeing"busy dicapped employees for resale in with Gene Sarazen and George
twin
Karen Elizabeth
daughters, weekend guests of Mrs. Edna Bar-
about the Lord's business. and Kimberly Anna, Born June 6. Goodwill; stores. From the store Rogers as commentators. rett. _
After the worship part of the pro. The twins the sales come the wages for the han Selection of golf courses
are great grand
gram and the business session, Goodwill 98 out the Mrs. has returnedto
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Grady dicapped; being about western thrOUgh-I S. F. Lowery
Mrs. M. P. Stanley introduced the I
Boynton. percent "eltsupporting.Goodwill Europe and top-ranking her home after several weeks
guest for the evening, Mrs. Bar-
sional
does not take players is now
news-
Mr. and Mrs. Roberto Arrieta an- vsit with her son-in-law and daughter -
bara Mrs. Pope, who is the I i I
Pop nounce the birth of papers, because of the fire hazard The foreign courses are expected
a daughter Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Meeks
,
Juvenile and Domestic Relation! Anita Odell. Born June 4, at Goo when stored around handicapped to be in England, Ireland. Germ-
counselor for this area, spoke to Samaritan Hospital, West Palm people. any, Denmark, Luxembourg, Italy, and family, at Turner Air Force
I
the class on the importance of Beach. A Goodwill truck will visit the Monaco. Canada, Venezuela and Base, Albany, Ga. Mrs. Meeks and

Christian training for a child- not :I boxes regularly to collect the do- Trinidad. children accompanied her mother

only in Sunday School and Church, nations.Dr. home.

but in the Home. Many things County And FEC j I R. C. Adair, Goodwill's executive Miss t
Collier
HonoredAt
were brought out in her talk about To Build RR CrossingCounty director who organized

the causes of delinquency and the Goodwills in Miami and Orlando, Shower TuesdayThe FILLING STATION Site for

fact that they could be cured by Commissioners this week plans Goodwill Industries for Palm lease on Muck City Road be-

the influence of dedicated Chris- Beach and surrounding counties to tween Streamline Quarters and
renewed effort to have rail cross- home of Mrs. Doris Spooner,
tion parents. The evening was employ handicapped and aged Conners Highway. Ideal location \
ing over the FEC railroad built onHypoluxo per- 157 Greenstar Ave., was the scene
,
brought to a close with the singing pons of this area. for service station and small rest-
of the hymn "Take My .Life Line Road.Road and on County - Tuesday night of a kitchen and aurant. For full particulars get In

and Let it Be". linen shower in compliment to Miss touch with Paul Rardin, Canal
The board voted to ask the railroad I
- if it would permit an outside Hope To Build As To Paula Collier, bride-elect of Ron- Point, Fla., or phone 924-2661 be-

Stetson's Interest ald Berry. tween 8 a. m. and 5 p. m.
firm to construct the crossing be-
tween Palm Beach and Martin Billion & A Half Hostesses with Mrs. Spoonerwere ,
Shown To Be Books line road. Re- Mrs. Gary Clark, Miss Kathy -- -
Countys on county
Wilson, Mrs. James H. Wilson and ...
quest for the crossing was made
DELAND-Stetson University Miss Becky Mackey.
three ago and the railroad: GAINESVILLE University of
students have proved that their years I They used a color motif of pink SPECIAL NOTIICE !
said it is unable to do the work Florida ag men are confident that
and white in decorating.
main interests are books, not phone current strike. The
because of
a team with industry .
can
they up -
booth stuffings nor goldfish swal- 6D.OOO.OO7 Jamen Bond fan live In
county line crossing is to be jointly I and farmers to boom argriculture!
lowing. financed by the two county into a $1.5 billion industry by Mrs. Sapp Presents a throbbing; world of Hot-Bloodixl'
Some 1,200 students, faculty boards and the FEC. I Excltamnnt. Don't you think It's

members, maids and janitors pitched The board indicated that it 1975.Plans to get the economyboosting Eastern Star Program time you met secret agent OO7T i
in recently to move 100,000
would seek means of lowering
unveiled .
books from the old library to the limits of trains in the Boyn- project underway were "Our Bell Rings" was the name "FROM RUSSIA '
speed
Dr. E. T. York, Jr., univer- ,
newly completed $1 million libraryin ton Beach-Lantana area if actionis by of the program presented by Mrs.\.

seven hours. It seems they were not taken to construct the safe- sity state-wide provost for agriculture conference, here.at a Judy Sapp at the friendship night WITH LOVE" j|

in a hurry to get the books movedso Road. The press meeting of the Pahokee Chapter
Hypoluxo
ty crossing on '
York christened the venture IS SHOWING AT TIlE ;
they could put them back in us- commission noted that the only II 184, Order of Eastern Star, in the
when
DARE, which, expanded,
It's nearly final exam time on that be taken other Masonic Hall. Mrs. Essie Robinsonof
can
precaution
j Re-
the Stetson campus, and the students than safety gates, is to set a speed means Developing Effectively.A Agricultural. I Clewlston, new grand instructor PRINCE THEATRE j
did not relish being without limit on trains. sources 'of OES District 18, was guest of
significant expansion in the ,I
library service. So they organized .. - honor. 'Refreshments were served SUN.-MON.-TUES.
Operation Book Lift. IBM cards beef cattle industry, sugarcane I I by Mrs. Ruth Meredith and Mr. JUNE 14-15-16 \
Delta Looks For and is expected, York
vegetables
were? issued which geared things and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Graham. ,
said. One of the major problems IT'S THE NEW JAMES BOND
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so that as many as four continu- Good Summer Season I
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agriculture will be confronted within CLASSIFIED ADP "AY ADVENTURE FILM I 1 I '
human chains were
ously moving L
- the next 10 years is to mak< .. -'.' t
kept in action at all tlmes.Athe r BIO DIVIDES'*
>" MIAMI--The approaching sum- better use of the land available for ) wwwwuruw tr

students set world record In mer season will be as good as that farming, since available farmlandis up __ _u__ _ _UH _" r
book moving. I of last year, Edwin H. Bishop, Mi- expected to decrease by about 2

President J. Ollis Edmunds nd I ami district sales manager of Del- million acres in the state by 1975. i
Dean High McEniry, both in shirt .
i ta Air Lines has predicted."As York said that this decrease will
sleeves, pitched in also to carry' Indication Delta's pack-
one be due primarily to an increase in
more than their quota of books. I age vacation sales at this point are urban land use. iI

- running slightly ahead of this time I York envisioned a big increase I

Silver last year. __ I in the production and consumption
SpringsSite
"Also Delta is spending more of citrus. However, because of the I

For PR MeetingSILVER money promoting Florida through I possibility that production will increase ,''
fall than in ., yiY -
spring, summer and faster than consumer de- I
SPRINGS Approxi- any other previous years" Bishop mand, he predicted there would belittle ,.

mately 100 practitioners in the explained, "and we confidently eX- or no increase in total income

field of public relations convergedon pect this will produce excellent" results from citrus.Dr. .

Silver Springs, recently to at- for the Sunshine State. York said the projection Indicates -

tend the 26th annual spring meet. Delta's Florida budget Bishop that by 1975 Florida will

ing of the Florida Public Relations said covers newspaper, magazine, be producing only about 40 per ,
Association. television, radio and billboard ad- cent of the beef and less than 10

Experts in public relations and vertising, plus brochures and oth- per cent of the pork consumed in YEoodoco

publicity conducted panel session er printed material and spread the state. .LIII/l : "

and discussion periods covering out through the Midwestern and. The projected figures for agri- -. '.,,

"Attitude Surveys", "Improving Southern regions Delta serves. culture and related income in 1975 \4. '; ,

Competency in Public Relations", - take Into 'account revenue. from ".t-1 ""' '

chapter and association projectsand June Means Miss Florida's fast-growing horse industry ..." ." :
sod,or turf industry and an : '.
other should
topics.Eenterta.1nment Why
buyS
features consist.ed Florida Pageant expanding? non-farm -segment of you,
.1I "" '.tills
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the forest. InduatryvYork S > '
,of luncheons a barbecue Friday Thursday and Satur evening ' SARASOTA-June in Sarasota I' pointed out-that committees S. Savings Bonds when'there' are,1. .. "*'ft '.

day, and the convention banquet mean the annual Miss Florida I have been analyzing every agricultural .
Pageant and the selection of the commodity in the state. '
Friday evening. President of the so other good investments?
.
many
group is Philip E. DeBerard. Jr.. 'I fortunate beauty that will represent -! These committees will begin a "

public relations representative of I >the Sunshine State at the Miss series of nine conferences this

Southern Bell Telephone of Miami. America Pageant in Atlantic Cityin week to discuss their findings.
September.: Citrus, sub-tropical fruits small To help! your country Is one But if you're like most people
- This year the girls and their fruits and nuts will be evaluatedat answer-and a good one. you'll hang on to your Saving '

ohaperons will start arriving at' the first of these meeting ,on But Bonds have other advantages Bonds for the big things you
Miss Sheffield Is I want in future.
that make them your
the Landmark Hotel on Lido Beachon Wednesday and Thursday of this
Honored With ShowerThe June 21. preliminaries be- week. Tobacco sugarcane vegetables worth your consideration. And of course Bonds art

Wednesday, June 24 on the grain, oil seeds and fiber For instance,they offer you %: safe investment-as long
gin
just about the easiest way to there's United State
as a o1save j.
of the Municipal Auflltor- will be the topics for a conference -
home of Mrs. Lee Wroten stage crops money: either with the America.
379 Banyan Ave., was the scene of ium. Saturday night, June 27, !,s on May 1920. Payroll Savings Plan where
a calling shower honoring Miss the big one. That is the night one - you just ask] your employer to Which brings us back to
crowned RUTH COLVARD put part of your wages aside your country again. Bonds)
will be queen. MISS
Wynette Sheffield, Thursday even- of the girls
toward a bond or through help defend freedom at a tim
ing. Greeting guests with Mrs. As the crown Is placed on the CHOSEN "KEY" MEMBER regular purchase of Bonds at when the enemies of freedom

Wroten and Miss Sheffield was the I queen's head, flashbulbs will pop, Miss Ruth Colvard recently received your bank. are stronger than ever. ,

honoree's mother, Mrs. Billy Shef- cameras will grind the audience the honor of being chosen a Another unique advantage Buy Savings Bonds. The t
field. The table was laid with an I. will applaud and the new Miss "Key"' member of the Concert of U. S. Savings Bonds is the hanks or savings institutions ;

ecru lace cloth and appointed witha I Florida will flash a big smile as Choir of Stetson University. The way they stick with you. You that sell them don't charge .,
silver candelabra, which held! tears start rolling down her choir Is directed by Harold Griffin can get your money any time. you a penny for the service

pale yellow, lighted tapers. Yellow': cheeks. ,and has 65 members. Key members:
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hibiscus and fern surrounded the: S are selected at the end of each year
4th BIRTHDAYKm the officers and are chosen! for
with Mrs. CELEBRATES by
punch bowl. Hostesses
freedom In fi't'jro .
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Ith.
Keep your ,
Wroten were Mrs. Joe Thompson Garrett celebrated her fourth their ability participation and '

Mrs. Wyndell Harris. Mrs. Rob-' birthday with a party held at service to the choir. Nine members U.S. SAVINGS BONDS :

ert Meyer Mrs. S. M.- Pitts. Jr., the'home of her grandparents, Mr. received Keys tha year. . .;.
Mrs. Horace Unwin Mrs. E. C. and Mrs. Ray Singletary Saturday 'W& m, I'" ', \ ..
\ T*_ ITJT. ftvfrnnrl dlttl, '*..t pnit /.r fAT.r },' $
Watson, Mrs. Frank Gulls, Mrs. afternoon from 2till 4 p. m. Games Mr. and Mrs. Donald, Kepp ,were -I 1 atturtljtlnii./ Tin :rn.rry UtpttlmiM ..A..Zlt. ...,. _ ..'
Leland Keene Mrs. James King were played and 'cake and Ice the weekend guests of his mother . 44r't/.r.1M.1bf::.yrfrMt.w.rJ:.. ...,-,.."-'. '.

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0 dedication is concerned Ecclesiastes c0A. ern. .
i '5:4: 5 applies. When wed,: dl 5', Htghiight'for-Suhday was k"kfey-:
cate ourselves to Jehovah God we I note speech by Mr. Sala on the Subject -
are making a vow to serve: him for I "Facing Up To' The Urgency:

I' 11 -Wows::: Of : The ::Churches :::11 life. Dedication'just to Him as knowledge brings responsibility -: of- The,Our members Times". of the Belle Glade

_ does, so shirkers of responsibility congregation enjoyed their asse'mbly -
I and' of the Word of God are .very much p.nd benefited by:the

. ;The Methodist Church Holy Nativity Christian Science not dedicating' themselves -to Je-II. ministerial training that they ,re-
' hovah. ceived. Many points of instructionwill
\ :"Panal Point, Florida Episcopal Church Group Of Canal Point The witnesses showed a two-hour, I be passed on to the local residents -
' Pahokee through home Bible studies,
color film "This
." Saturday evening. 1
,."t,. Robert A. Shelley, Pastor Highlights from the life of the film," produced by the Watch-, conducted by the witnesses, and
\ SUNDAY: Rev. L. Losing, Vicar Apostle' Paul will be featured at tower Bible and Tract Society i meetings in their local Kingdom
':. '_'c 10:00: a. m.-Church School SUNDAY: Christian Science services Sundayin ; brings the viewer face to face with Hall, where "visitors are always
' jll:00[ : a. .-Morning Worship 10a.. m.-Sunday School the Bible Lesson entitled "God some of ,the deep rooted causes for welcome and no collections ,are'
. jL> 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship 11:00: a. .-Worship Service the Preserver of Man'. Include the serious decline in spiritualitythat taken."
J&r 7:30: p. m.-Evenmg Worship will be Paul's words'from II Tim- has eaten into the very found . .
t. \ ;MONDAY: South Side ChurchOf othy (ch. 4)): "The Lord shall deliver dation of our modern society and Mr. and Mrs.' Lee Shirley 'left
t 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice me from every evil work, and which accounts for the mounting Saturday for a week's vacation at
, + ChristBelle will preserve me unto his heavenly immorality that is causing much Indian Rock Beach In Clearwater.
2nd, MONDAY: kingdom: to whom be' glory for
7:3O m.-Esther Class meet Glade across from ever and ever." -
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: .0:00: a. m.-Bible Study Health with Key to the Scriptures"by
8:00 p. m. Woman's Society 11:00 a. m.-Sermon Mary Baker Eddy will include
1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY 6:30: p. m.-Evening Service this: "This history of Christianity
6:30: m.-Wed. Bible Study
p.
furnishes sublime of the
; : . proof
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meetiag supporting influence and 'protect-
. St. Peter's Lutheran ing power bestowed on man by his

L :First Methodist Church Belle Glade heavenly Father, omnipotent Mind,
who gives man faith and under-
f :Church, Pahokee standing whereby to defend him
August Koerber. Pastor
self, not only from temptation, but y. .. sa r }9' ? x
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade <9ti4' Jh's : fix. t.sa $s}
V John A. Bnley, Pastor SUNDAY: from bodily suffering"- (p. 387)). E

,SUNDAY: Divine Services 11 A. M.
=rt 9:45: a. m.-Church School Jehovah's Witnesses
School 9:45 A. M.
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship . .
r ,,, 6:45: p. m.-MYF Attend 3-Day MeetingBelle
The Church Of God
," 7:45: p. m.-Evening Worship
.nJESDA: Of Prophecy PahokeeCanal Glade delegates have returned -
7:00: p. m.-Vesper Choir prac Point Road home from a three-day
ticsWEDNESDAY sembly of Jehovah's witnesses held

: John H. Kinard, pastor in Orlando, Florida. Delegatesfrom
,+ 7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School 17 'central Florida congre-

,, 11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service gations attended the assembly and
.' 8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir practice 7:45: p. Evangelistic Service participated in the program of
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8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. activities.The M
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witnesses for their
provided
8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. YQ'R
needs of 22 volunteer Pew. wi 3. wr 4wwa
by means
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St. Catholic Everyone welcome. Special music
Mary's
and singing. service departments. Belle Glade I
ChurchFather . t delegates helped out in these departments h .
and took part in the '
Francis;;r-Fennech, Pastor Canal Point i program. Miles P. Crum, local per-
siding minister, in of
was charge
: Mass 11:30 Baptist Church
Sunday a. m. ,
the Lost and Found Department a a.y.Yi.M G a r.y3 ?S. y. r K7"
Confessions before Mass
fl' . Lawrence Stewart Pastor very active place where large
of people gather. r
SUNDAY: groups 5'''
First Baptist Friday's activities consisted of :f
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School a K
Church Canal Point 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship model Ministry School and Service
Meeting at which Bible talks
6:30: p. m.-Training Union were ; ; 4
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rry 7:30: given and instructive counsel received -
p. m.-Evening Worship
Elder Lester Reams WEDNESDAY: from Joseph Sala, minister,
':SUNDAY: lecturer and
0:45: a. m.-Sunday'School 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting traveling supervisorfor rxe. . the Watchtower Bible and .'
.. 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Tract
Society. Mr. Crum, local
,', 6:30: p. m.-B. "1'. C. : The Pahokee ChurchOf witness presiding minister said
j
: 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship. The NazareneRev. that the model)Ministry School was .x.CRc.Ya
,r, TUESDAYS
L,. 7:30 p. m.:-Choir practice. representative of the teaching pro- Gals On the Go Need Milk GalsV 0
j ..,' lax D; Jones, Pastor gram conducted in almost twenty-
{,},t.,.. WEDNESDAY 7:30 p. m.-:Midweek Prayer 433 Bacom Point Rd. three thousand witness congrega- n 'the Go Need Milk Gals On the G
, tions world-wide. Such schools
Phone are
; 924-7528 P. O. Box 882
: Service.
j\ '(:' THURSDAY:-Every other week SUNDAY SERVICES: attended by both young and old o Need Milk Gals On the Go Need

t rIft.I '';',, 7:30 p. m.-Ladles Meeting.Auxiliary 11:00 9:45: a.a. m.-Sunday m.-Sunday School Worship since ively participate all Jehovah's in witnesses the preaching act- Milk Gals ,On the Go Need- Milk G-

6:30: p. m.-Juniors activity.children Crum, added that witness als On the Go Need Milk Gals On
7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening accompany their parentsto
;;, Church Of Christ I Evangelistic Service five meetings each, week and the Go :Need Milk, Gals On the Go
WEDNESDAY even participate to the extent that
't 1'' 125 N. W. Avenue D 7:30: p. m.-Midweek: Prayer age and ability allow. Need Milk Gals On the Go Need N

"":r ,;' Phone, WY 6-3867 meeting.. New ministers were baptized ,lilk ,Gals On the Go Need Milk Ga
Belle Glade, Fla. "Where you are a stranger but Saturday afternoon. Crum said,
\ SUNDAY SERVICES "When! we make a dedication it la ,
once. Is On the Go Need Milk Gals On t
10:00 a. m.-Bible Study no trivial ,frivolous thing. Where
I 9 DAIRY COUNCIL OF SOUTH FLORIDA 164 .
i,\ 11:00 7:30 a.p. m.m.--Morning Evening Worship Worship First Baptist -0- ,'_"-,--'"",-_, _- ,. ,_ _

WEDNESDAY Church, Pahokee
I L: 7:30 p. m.-Bible Study -

; : . SUNDAY Gutbrie*. W. Colvard Pastor ,::4 i D03 OU PLAN THIS SUMMER_ 7
Glades *
ChurchRev. ;
/ Baptist ; xr 4
: 9:45: a. xn.-Sunday School .'.

l ) .I'' ( Jonathan L. Wolf) : 11:00'' a. m. Morning"Worship I

r J\"',' -" Meets in Pahokee Building.Lions Club I IJ WEDNESDAY 6:80 7:30'p.p. m.m.--:Evening Training Worship Union Ti0 Build A Home? :'


SUNDAY SCHOOL 0:45 a. m. 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service
,'",. tl I PREACHING 7:30 p. m.-11:00 a. m. and . ...

4 del J; t 'SUNDAY B. Y. F.6:30: p.'m. Lottie Moon Circle I -' *

WED.;. PRAYER-7:30. ... p. m. Met Last TuesdayThe If you do,.it will pay, you to get in touch with our

. ...
;:' Church Of God, Lottie Moon Circle of the office in Belle Glade or Pahokee. In either place
?'' Barfield Highway First Baptist Church of Pahokee

met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs you will be given first hand information in'regard
F. G. Glllis presiding. The program
WV .i Pahokee. ,Fla. '"To God Be Glory" was -
The: presented
J. W. Hughes Minister by Mrs. Glllis, Mrs. Joe to a loan for your dream home. Take time out to- .

Phone 024.3736 Thompson, :Mrs. J. P. Herring. .
SUNDAY: Mrs. J. V. Chastain. Mrs. W. A. day and drop by you'll'be glad you did.EVERGLADES .
v "a yl 0:45: a. m.-Sunday School Stevens Mrs. C. H. Tlllls and Mrs.J. .
}i 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship C. Mock. It was announced that
7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser- Mrs. Paul Watson and Mrs. Ada-
) viceTUESDAY line Wroten would serve refreshments -
-, : for Bible School on Wed- FEDERAL:
7:30 p. m.-prayer Service nesday. The July Meeting will be
THURSDAY: at the homer of Mrs. J. P. Herring. I And Loan Association
: : Savings
t. .
7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ --.-

a' ". r., Berrice' 'V Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wilson and ACCOUNTS SVB16D BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND'LOAN.1113UANbdP.
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',,,';....':: Jim Chaplin of Miami and Stetson Gail Bryant accompanied Mrs. B. :gahdkee<<;) Belle,gle
University spent several days Elliott and daughters to their homein <
'. as the guest of IClsa YvonneThompson Tallahassee Saturday. They I/rt Year. Money I Earn 4Vz% payable! Semi.I'.ce -h"n5 lly

and her parents, :Mr. plan to visit relatives in Georgia ," .' ..' -- I .. .w .r. .-1'( """ql' --- w-vT -..... ... ; ,
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Pag. Bight The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33438 Friday June 12, 1964
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Glades Elks To- Ii I t this program. Seek out the bells In' County To Build I'i'7\"r 1i7\"ITI'fl; "l "'r7\ !! :r fltft
Visit Fine Island your community and arrange for
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the of them at the Sidewalks To Schools
ringing appointed -
KOU A (Continued From Page 1) ) hour on July 4th. Let's PRINCE THEATRE
bell ringing observance held for
the custom of bells County Commissioners agreed
keep ringing
:Fishing: Vacation the first time last yea.', was originated P PAHOKEE FLA.
this week to build sidewalks to
on Independence Day.
the, Connecticut men,
by ..
S. ... help protect youngsters walking. to
Eric Sloane and Eric Hatch., I I
I., Vincent H. Grocutt of Santa Annual Banquet school. SUNDAY,. MONDAY TUESDAY
BURNHAM INN The board authorized construc-
Barbara, Calif., Chairman of theOrder's JUNE 14-15-16
Held For PHS BandThe tion of a walk on Kirk Road from
( Air Conditioned Efficiencies Grand Lodge Americanism -
I 10th Ave. North to Canal No. 9 to
( t Committee, in a letter to Ex- "FROM RUSSIA
$35 wk. for 2 people alted Ruler Tucker urged coope-i annual banquet for membersof service a school on Kirk Road and
I the Pahokee High School Band also to build some walks in the WITH LOVE"STARRING
I I Free Boat Ramp ration in the observance.
: Restaurant Nearby "On July 4, 1964 bells will again was held in the school cafeteria area adjacent to the West Gate '
land, with the cafeteria staff in chargeof school.
r sound throughout the pro- .. . SEAN CONNERY
Phone OW 8-9851 claiming the joyous message of arrangements. Bandmaster Rob-
freedom," Mr. Grocutt said. "The ert O. Lampi served as toastmast- Miss Marty Allen of Okeechobeewas (IN COLOR)
St. James City Flo.
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t. support of your lodge is urgently' er. Judge James L.. Tyson, Jr., was the recent guest of Miss Glen-
Near Fort )
Myers .
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