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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: June 26, 1964
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Mike Sanders Is New Corn Meet CommitteeTo TuesdayA Glades Chemical Office






Rotary Club PresidentRobert Corn been meeting called Advisory by of the Chairman Committee Florida Lewis Sweet has In Market Rd. Location


Friend to be held on Tuesday

June 30, at 1:30: p. m. in the Palm ,

M. (Mike) Sanders will Beach County Glades Office BuildIng Offices, of the Glades Chemical
Hillsboro Canal in Belle Glade, to approve bade Road PointsTo
take up the gavel of the Pahokee Dept. Company will be moved into the
club at the 2 quantities and establish a market-
Rotary July meetingof

Into the office club as when president he is of inducted the 35- Road To Be Built along able goal with for other the business.All 1064-65. season, July 1 As Start North Mitchell building StH Supply occupied Market. Company by Road McCurdy-at on July 1000


year old civic organization. He interested growers are urg 6, according to William S. Plumer,
succeeds William S. Plumer. By State Rd. Dept. cd to attend. On Rardin AvenueWork president. Both concerns' office

John D. Rogers will become forces will operate out of the new-

Thompson treasurer of will the be moved club and into Joe tha week The approved County adding Commission four-mile this 7 & 8th Grades on a $174,910 urban four ly tioned constructed building,modern Mr. Plumer air condi-said.
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vice president spot while M. P. laning project in Pahokee is ex- The manufacturing plant for the
stretch of road leading to the Lox- j
Holman becomes secretary. Lee to be started 1, in
ahatchee recreation to its list pected by July Chemical company will remain
Shirley W. D. (Bill) Howard, of roads for area maintenance. the State Road Department an- their old location at 2681 East
temporary
Wiley Tillis and Charles G. Willis Will Be Moved Main street Mr. Plumer said.
nounced toda.y.District
will be n'the new roster as dI-
rectors. The shell road, which runs along Four Road 'Board In announcing the move to the ,
Mr. Plumer automatically
the Hillsboro Canal, has been in member John H. Monahan said new location the Chemical Company -, '' .

becomes directors.The .a member of the board of the news lately as a road for whichno To PahokeeThe the half-mile project extends on president said, that R. i (;,_

one cares to claim ownership. SE 5th Street from Lake Avenue (MikeSanders) will become assistant ....
incoming president has .
to the and sales
president man-
chosen all of his committees for Meantime, sportsmen who use West to Rardin Avenue and on
the the road to reach the recreationarea Rardin Avenue north to State I ager. Mr. Sanders has been with'the
coming year and they were
made have asked that somethingbe Seventh and Eighth grades Road 715.Work concern for' some time as n
public yesterday at the regular Plumer said.
salesman Mr.
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weekly' luncheon meeting of done in the way of maintenance. of Canal Point school will be on the project includes j
Billy Ray Mosley, who has been
the club. They are' as follows: Commissioner: George Warren moved to Pahokee in September, converting the existing two-laned
Director "A" told .the board Monday that the it has been announced by the roadway into a four-laned facility, assistant manager of the McCur- u
Club Servle&--
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state road department plans to rebuild county school board In West Sidewalks will be provided as partof dy-Mitchell concern, will becomra
Claude L. Shirley, Jr. salesman!' for,the Chemical Company I
the road in the' near future.MeatjtlmejEQ Palm Beach Plans,are underwayfor the project.
Attendance-Julius Moon, Chairs -
man; ;John Rogerl3'BoblApelgreh..' '! !', l B13T.2 asked!! *.*nr!TTt TTTjyJfh: ..f\tTmfl-iff>nti) x...BeiveRters )xcMnstn ctionrrCfO: ,,ol ,, lr.PJumer remain said.with RobertjMcInlbah : -? +- '
will the company -
(Continued on Page 2)) records for the 'two grade*. already West Palm Beach has'been'awarded '
Classification-Bascom Belcher -.. --... also as n. salesman, he said.
in, the hands of Pahokeo the contract and will have 110
Chairman L. L. Chester BUddle'Guthr/e/
; Shirley, is the plant manager
school officials.<< working days to complete the pro-
Batchelor. July 4th Fireworks for the Chemical Company at
Club Bulletin John Howell, )Many parents, In Oanal Point Ject. the Pahokee plant.
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Chairman; Elmer Jones, Cliff SI- are disturbed by the plan to Mr. Plumer announced that T. E.
I Of PahokeeBoy the two to Pahokeo,
monds. City .move grades 1959 Class Reunion Pennlngton, former plant manager
Haying that more Is available -
Fellowship-Chester Batchelor space
of the Chemical Company has
in the local school than in Change Meeting: Place
Chairman; M. P. Stanley, C. R. moved to Clewl ton and will commute -
Paul Rardin. Scout"'Park on the lakefront the Pahokee, Institution. The
Wetherington, to Lake Harbor daily wherehe
Magazine--L. L. Shirley, Chair- in Pahokee will be the scene local school has not been overcrowded The graduating class of 1050 of will manage and operate tho

John Howell Victor of 4 celebration this and the move by the the Pahokee High School will hold
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man; Geiger. a July : again newly constructed and opened fertilizer -
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Program Bruce Bowe. Chair- year and fireworks will, be the or- I 'county school'board poses a per- I its 5-year reunion at the Community i.rant:. In that town.
plexing question to ,Canal Point Building In Canal Point at,2:00:
man; L. L. Shirley Chester Batch- der of the day at dusk accordingto I -
fathers and mothers who are exceptionally p. m. on Sunday, June 28.
elor, Julius Moon, Bill Howard, plans announced by the chamberof . .
of the results
Earl Stewart. ccmmerce. proud Credit Service
Public Information Elmer obtained each year in the local A&P TO OPEN JULY 14
Starting at noon and lasting
Jones, Chairman; Bob Lamp) throughout the day, the Lions club school.A The new Atlantic and Pacific "
Don Hillier. group of Canal Point parents Tea Company store in Pahokee is May Be Doubled '
of Pahokee will sponsor a barbe
plan to appear before the scheduled for opening on Tuesday,
Information W. K.
Rotary Aid- cue. Cost of a plate is,,$1.00. Other
county school board in Went July 14. Paving the area around
ridge Chairman; Jimmy Moore, delicacies will be served at the In Next Decade"The
Otto Bleach, Thadd Whidden Palm Beach at the next regular the store is underway and will be
park, it was said.
Sergeant-At-Arms-C. G. Willis?, meeting\ to voice their protest to i completed within the next week or
A parade through downtown at
Chairman; Vance Denton Ernest: 2 p. m. will begin the Glades-wide the proposed move. I I ten days. volume of credit service: to

Johnson. celebration. The parade will end,in agriculture by production credit ,

f Music-Bob Lam pi. Chairman; 'front of City Hall;where ,a flag- associations'nj"' : !1 ay double during tho, ,

"- .- Lee" Shirley, Elmer Jones.: =:> raising ceremony/ nd .shortT'patriotic Canal. Point Lions:, Induct next decade?. according to Harry .
Committee -
Rotary Advisory will be presented.Boat .
program B. Matthews president of the' .
Bill Plumer, Chairman; E. C. John races will be held at, the .,..... .
r Farmer Production Credit Association
r son Bob Lampi. lake during the '''afternoon, but: no J. G. Ford New President who has Just returned'rom

Director "B"VocationalserviceWiley swimming will be allowed at the Bal Harbour, Florida, where t the

Tillis beach because of the constructionwork. attended the 30th Anniversary I

Buyer-Seller Relations Ear) At a regular meeting of the Canal dent; Grady Boynton third vice Production Credit Association DI- J

Stewart, Chairman; Claude Shire Point Lions club held Monday I president; Phelix Slonaker secretary rectors' Conference on June 79.

ley, Joe Kahn, Joe Alderman.EmplayeeEmployer Chairman; O. B. McClure John night in the Community building, ; O. H. Sheppard, treasurer; Mr. Matthews said. "Reports at

Relations Rogers, M. P. Holman. J. G. F'ord was installed presidentof D. L. Hooks, Lion tamer; Bill Gal- the conference Indicated the application ,
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Olaf Boe, Chairman; M. P. Stanley Civic Projects C. R. Wether- the club in absentia. Mr. Ford is jlck. tail twister; James Gibson of capital using technology r

John Rogers, Charles Modecki. ington Chairman; Joe Alderman, in Oschner Clinic in New Orleans' and A. R. Harrington, one-year In agriculture and reorganizationof

Competitor Relations M. P. Cliff Simonds, Otto Bleech. for an operation and Harlan Sears I directors; J. W. Repper and Gaul- farm units are continuing and \

Stanley, Chairman; Bill Plumer Institutional Representative served as his proxy for the m installation -'I den Harrington, two-year direct the short and intermediate term 1

Claude Shirley, J. V. Thomas. Vance Denton, Chairman; Leo He- ceremony. Roswell Harrington credit needs of farmers will prob-

Four-Way Test-C. E. Williams, bert.Director past president, served as installation ors.Ladies night was observed by ably double during the next ten
Chairman; O. B. McClure. W. C. "D" International officer. years. The PCAs should continueto
the club in conjunction with the
Young, Joe Kahn. Service C. G. Willis Other officer installed were furnish an increasing share of

Director "C" Community International Contacts Leo Harlan Sears, First vice president; "installation, wives of members attending the credit needs of farmers."

Service-W.D. Howard Hebert, Chairman; Thadd Whid- Alton W. Jones second vice presl- as guests.FATHER'S "The 77 production credit associations -

Traffic-Community Safety den J. V. Thomas.International In Florida Georgia, North

Danny Jackman, Chairman; C. E. Information-Bas- DELINQUENT TAXES DAY DINNERJ. Carolina and South Carolina have
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Williams, Ernest Parnell Victor com Belcher. Chairman; O. B.: Mc- According to Mrs. George W. C. Mock was honored with a provided approximately $4) : millionIn

Geiger. Clure, Paul Rardin.International Young of the County Tax Collectors I I family Father's Day dinner Sun- credit service to fanner member -

Student Loan Bill Howard Student ProjectsW. office. All 1963 real estate day by his wife and family. Those since organization 30 years

Chairman; Vance Denton, Bob C. Young Chairman: W. K. taxes not paid by the 30th of June attending were. Mr. and Mrs. Ken- ago. The Farmers Production

Apelgren, Ernest Parnell. Adrtdge, Charles Modecld. Don will go on auction. Taxes maybe' ny Mock and family of West Palm Credit Association has provided

Youth Activities Leo Hebert Hillier. paid at the Glade office building Beach Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Schoeppel 103.094.S23.0O' to farmers of this

.Chairman; E. C. Johnson Bob Rotary Foundation Jimmy' until the 28th. On June 3O, taxes and family of Belle Glade ,and area since organization in December

Apelgren Danny Jackman. Moore. Chairman; Wiley Tiffls, win have to be paid in West Palm- Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Mock and of 1933" according to Mr. \

Welfare Fund-Joe Thompson, Olaf Boo. Beach. family. (Continued On Page

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have been made. Commissioner;\
,Credit Service- Juvenile Judge Van Kessel and thafc the commissioner -

had asked only; :?:;f orvinforma-,

(Continued From Page 1)) ,tion! on the incident and not for
,Matthews. Flares Up Over any recommendations'1} \ Judge

i "The. PCAs in the. four-state Newell. "Are' we1 supposed: to gaze

district, with: 90,000 farmermembers 'Printed Stories into crystal' balls to determine

, .made; loans to, 50,000 of these what Commissioner Van Kessel
members in 1963 in the amount of --- - wants," Judge Newell queried..

I ]: more than $265 million, more than. ( Judge Emery, Newell Judge of Judge Newell said,he submitteda
double the volume 10 years ago," I the Juvenile court told the county report and two weeks later was

he said. commission Monday that he was being criticized by commissioners

"The Farmers Production Credit being: unjustly crticized in the 'for not having submitted one. He

Association served 270 farmers press because of statements emanating asked for a public apology.
with loans totaling 14892000.00 from some of the county "We have been subject to criticisms

in 1963 in Indian River St. Lucie, commissioners.In and you are the ones that
The Rardin Building In Canal Point FloridaTHE
Okeechobee Martin, Palm Beach, a letter which he read to the are wrong," Judge Newell told the

LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF Broward Dade, Collier and Mon- commission. Judge Newell said he commission.
roe counties" Mr. Matthews added. had been unjustly criticized for not Judge Newell said the main pur-

THE EVERGLADES' NEWS Other officials, of the Farmers submitting his,budget 4on time and pose of his letter to the commission -
: Production Credit Association attending because he had not made a reporton was to "set the' record

Serving the LakQ Okeechobee.Farming Region Without the conference included incidents which had occured at straight." He agreed at the request :
George H. Wedgworth Vice-Presi- the county detention center located of Commissioner Van K'sSel.
Interruption Every Week for Nearly 40 Years
dent. Belle Glade Florida; Jefferson at Palm Beach International to report incidents which occur at
Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday Davis, Director, Homestead, Airport. the detention center and to make

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe Florida; Charles R Sexton, Director I As for the budget, Judge New- what ever recommendations he believed ;
I Vero Beach, Florida; Walter ell said his request had been sub- necessary if the case war:
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office I Peterson, Director Goulds, Florida mitted the week of May 1 'and thata I ranted such remarks.

In Canal Point Florida as,Second Class Matter ; Chas. B. Long Jr., Secretary- month later County Commissioner . .

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher Treasurer James E. Davis, Assist- Chairman Edward Bandlow was RETURNS TO WORK
ant :Secretary-Treasurer, :Merle reported as saying the budget request Mrs. Agnes McClelland has returned

Palmer Representative Farmers had not been received. to her work in the agricultural
PCA and Muriel Perry: Field Office As for the report on the detention -
I department at the Glades Office
Here Is! What Transpired At Monday's.; .Manager. Vero Beach, Florida. I center Judge Newell said he Building after under?',>1n .'

Meeting: Of The Palm Beach --.1'_ .' I had not been requested to make surgery in Doctor's Hospital in

t ,., Paradise Fruit'' Co., the 'world'slargest one as had been reported by Com- Coral Gables.,
missioner E. F. Van Kessel. The '
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processor of: candied fruit -
; County Commission I Judge said he had checked the min
has dedicated a new addition to its utes of the"commission{ on meeting CLASSIFIED ADS PAY

wwwwn Plant City facilities. when the" request was supposed to BIG DIVIDENDS

Sweeping improvements, destin- ,some $900,000 in Federal aid is be- 1 -
ed: for Palm Beach'; International' ing sought for improvements lit ----- --

Airport moved forward on several ''International Airport plus county

fronts this week. airports at Lantana and Pahokee.It .: .}.,.,$'? 'yy.'lyki#'kMai?!S k.,r.,.: ?f-: : :'i ':' ,.
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The commission learned Monday also learned that architectural 'b .w 'i r 4'hst+.

that the Federal Aviation ,Agency; and engineering proposals for Y ,: ,. k # iFi Y. ., f.. yY.xwa
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has waived for the sale work International Airport o- ".i.. ?
objections at are :}!3. ,by%fn.f'q''fx. ?
of{! some 600 acres of land adjacentto now ready for review by the com y'.ixi.i+.:;it#>'v w{ < {t
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the airport. Sale of the land, the mission. The board decided to havea x\% :i at:,y :.r.!:: Ft:{':?::S+3 n.Yf%< .S.A.,x

FAA: said, would'be okay if funds look at the A&E proposals as b %! p}u
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are used for airport improvements.The shown as it completes work on th<; s. ',:..' .-' ,,,, ':.',.,. i,;K'i 3r .b:.k::"' '.F.' ., :.':."y.k'' J;'kyD< ;
county commission welcomed annual budget.Hillsboro. % arv'7.'S? : .
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the news, since the board plansto i f.:9htrFy; r.G w, i: R' F :d : ,.

use funds from the land, sale a3 Canal- ?i}, w after'ak:. ,.,;:} awra
cushion; and security to. back a $3 ty.P', :: }'< a ?:".:, r y
million bond issue for ,constructionof : $ i#nF ., '6a
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a modern passenger terminal. page .S};' s .# y,Fb '..#
Commissioner E. F. Van Kessel that the county take over maintenance f ato 'f Pa:#::.c..a.i.. w .9' :;}
on a temporary basis until f dd '' ! predicted that release of ,the land 2 .5a bs f
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bids for the project can be let. The >
would allow the commission to 'A,
commission decided to the ;#:: ,.
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build what it plans for $1;;(.% ,million approve. Y ri". r3fiiy. :xYA Sd 6F # K >,r' .k.ir..k:9'k:. '#' ,, r .
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road department, request.In q
and that it wouldn't be necessaryto ', Jki,. k y i&.: ..t'.fk5jp
sell the entire authorized bond other actions this weak the k'+.,ta,77.fi: y;;w"vy dt ay"4k:3rFw: -,, ,'.(-: .
issue. commission: ,', if f e! > ay'R xaa a'r' ):
Heard that the Florida Power R't ,
This observation prompted com- ;. .!'' bAok p? 'xr s"y'. ,
and Light Co. had indicated it will ', HS,+' r.3.}+n?.; ,
missioner George Warren to remark '
convert to natural for firingits :
f .
gas
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-"why don't we add another f< ? Sf O :uiwib.4hi&:
boilers at Riviera Beach in an : "k
half million and do a good job?"
effort to lessen the air pollution '- :1 ::
County Attorney Harry Johnston nuisance now in exlstance. "We
told the board it, need only
feel the problem of smoke will soon
issue whatever amount of bonds It
be corrected." Commissioner E. F. I 4
desired but that it couldn't top ,the
Van Kessel told the board. r l'Hii
$3 million ceiling which it had already -
Voted to ask the city of Lake
set.
The board, in another action, decided Worth to make a cost study for In-

to study the idea of a land stalling mercury vapor: lamps on -
West Road betweenthe
600 Lake Worth
development plan for the acres
city limits and Congress Ave.
with the possibility of releasing : x rt
portions of the property' rather Told Robert Lewis Jr., he would .., .< .

than trying to'find a buyer for the have to seek legislative assistance
entire acreage. if he wished to collect $125: In,damages -

The board also learned that which Lewis said his'car suf-
fered as a result of county mosquito -

spraying operations.

Ordered; a speed study on Palm
Classified Ads Beach Canal Road at the requestof

Lt J. J. Panozza. West Palm
Beach policeman who said the

,.POSITIVELY all want ads or limit is far too low'for present day

classifieds, as you wish ,to call traffic. Panozza also advised the
them, are payable.In advance from commission, that a deputy sheriff

.\Ilia day forward. Don't phone 'em living in the area, is using the? .15
'Write it and drop a dollar bill in mph limit"as a basis for spied tray

"'the envelope if you want it run type arrests.. It's an important gasoline discovery! .
:once. $2 if you want it run twice ;* Methyl
I md ao on. Stork Shower For steps up octane performance so effectively that it stops power-wasting

SAVE YOU' decided to clear out Mrs. Alton Mims knock better than any other antiknock compound. Methyl spreadsmore

the attic and advertise the stuff ..-- evenly throughout all cylinders of your engine, stands up under

for sale through these columns? Mrs. Alton,Mima was honored extreme temperatures. And it's in Standard gasolines (Crown and

You'll be surprised how much stuff with a stork shower at the home of Crown Extra) . at no increase in -
you can get rid of and how much Mrs. Gertrude Williams recently. price! Another important that

coots money$1 you to can try an take ad In for: It a week'only I I;Among mother.the guests M r were a. the Catherine honoree'a we take better care of your way car. [STA N DA R D ..

VX' >R SALE: New and Used Willys'Spangler. and the honoree's hus- *M.thyl-trad.mark 0

Jeeps. Walter Aahlejr'a Garage band's mother Mrs. Louis Mims. O

In Belle Glade, Phone 63058. The hostess gift was an infant's
Oct. 17-54-ch semi-reclining seat.
a ..
IS THERE ANYTHING in the at- BROTHER GRADUATESMrs. I'

tic you'd like to'.convert into Lee Wroten received word
'cash? A small classified lid'In
this week of, the graduation of her ethyl
thia column will turn the trick. It .
brother Lt. Ronald Elliott, from :
only costa a'dollar-cash with:or- ,
the United States Air Forcer Un- '"
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dergraduate Pilot School Class *} ,
; BY SINGER 64-H. Thursday morning at MoodyAir ..now In Standard r .'

':Strand new Round Bobbin sewing Forces Base, Valdosta. Ga. Lt. ,.1 :.,.

Back tacks seams-aewa Elliott and his family will be stationed r

over pina-dlnl tension and stitch in Orlando in the next few M. I.I KEEN: Agent

regulator. $59.5O.-.$9.50 down and weeks. : _
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,.." ". Even,before the first thirteen States became Sam tend to he_ business of keeping men free ; ,.# .:

United States,men were speaking for freedom today. + 7.'

:i g: : loud and clear. . Perhaps you don't,speak out for freedom in ':., 'WJ"!"" ,.',.' #
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Today Americans speak out for freedom the same tone of voice when you buy a Bond ,. I ;':u: >,

many ways-in Congress,in local government,, as Patrick Henry did. in his famous 'speech 'It '1t": :-rt{ r: ,':.:

x in neighborhood activities. Some speak out for But you speak every bit as surely. And every ., !

;4 freedom in other languages, in other lands. bit as proudly. ..kjjJIr: J.. .!

And millions of Americans speak out for freeWhynotsp out for freedom now? Buy "" r :." '; ,1.!i

i dom every time they buy U.S. Savings Bonds., Bonds at the bank or on the Payroll Savings' :,: ,.; i+s
work. ': .
Every Savings Bond you Plan where you

+ buy is an investment in Keep freedom In your future with '. !

freedom. While you're ; ... .: ...:. .
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Friday,
Pour The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida 33438

Mr.:and Mrs:C. R.'Wetherington' Wiley Tillis. Joe Thompson


I. LP PERSONAL R O: : r: NEWS : :NOTESMrs. ] Dayton had Herbert brother-in-law as recent, Ohio.Straughn guests Capt., and, his children and sister:Mrs.and of'spent Cleo Debbie Southwest Brooks several Maxson days and Florida.J.returned recently C. Blanton fishingIn to her Fishing Visit Pine Vacation IslandFORA


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H. S. Lindsay accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levins and I Mrs. C. B. Jones and Alton Jones home in Riviera Beach after a visit I * .
her sister and brether-ln-law son, Mickey were the weekend J are vacationing with her sons and with her grandparents, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marcuxn to guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs. their families Mr. and Mrs. David Mrs. R. J. Maxson and her father, BURNHAM INNAir
their home 'In Trenton Mich., I.,Marvin Levins, this weekend. Mrs. I Jones in Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Bob Maxson and Mrs. Maxson.

where she will be their, guest for Levins plans to remain in Pahokeethis I Lynn Jones Griffin Ga., and Mr. _Mr. and Mrs. Grady Echols and Conditioned Efficiencies
I I week' while Mr. Levins will re. and Mrs. J. W. Jones, Albermarle I
the next month. $35 wk. for 2 peopleFree
:Teryl Echols attended the meeting
.
1 I I turn to West Palm Beach. N. C.Mr.. ,
Mrs. Bill Howard of West Palm I of Retail Associated Grocers held Boat Ramp
Beach was the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Oliver and aid Mrs. Donald B. Kepp at the convention hall in Miami Restaurant Nearby
her mother, Mrs. Ora Powell. children of Bunker,A. ''F. B., Peru and his mother, Mrs. Letha Kepp, Beach Sunday.
Indiana, left this week after n 1 of Wauchula are spending a Phone OW 89851St.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy O'Neal and month's visit with her mother, month's vacation In Naples.Mr. Miss Marilyn Mock is the guestof James City Fla
left for her sister and ,brother-in-law,
Mrs. Mary Maxie Monday Mrs. A. E. Culberson, and other
Mobile Ala., where they plan to relatives. and Mrs. O. H. Sheppard are Mr. and Mrs. David Raxney In (Near Fort Myers)

visit Mrs. 'O'Neal's brother. visiting relatives in Alabama. Cocoa.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sheppardand
Bobby Bush of Ft. Myers was children of West Palm Beach,

I the weekend guest of his mother were the weekend guests of her .++ ? < < +v
Mrs. Ruby Bush. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin t

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Mrs. John Campbell of Hazard Crady.Mr. .
Ky., and her daughter and son-in- and Mrs. Elmer Jones and I .
law Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Douglas, Miss Verlon Jones are spending a. :i:
and children of Louisville are the 1 I the week at Clearwater Beach 'It
guests of Mrs. Campbell's daughterand Clearwater, Florida.
family, Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Phone 9245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade t
Norman. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Rice left this '\
week for their home In Jackson- SALES and SERVICE 4
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Moring ville after a two week visit with 1: ** ;
and daughter, Yoland recently returned her parents Mr. and Mrs. T. L. v
visit his Heating Air Conditioning Appliances <.
from a with parents Sellers. I X
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moring, .
:At Dothan Ala. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Boatwright >++++ +++ *< 5 < *** ++*j5*'+ ++++< .
and Mrs. Eunice Peebles returnedthis
Miss Bonnie Lu Lair left recently week from a visit with hit: ---- - .
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for Mentone Alabama where brother and sister-in-law Mr. and
;she will serve as a counselor at Mrs. Ruston Boatwright, and Mr.
the Skyline Camp Ranch' for the", and' Mrs. B. Elliott Jr., In Talla- ',r'.: 1
next two months. hassee.
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Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wroten have as W. A. Keen returned to his home
their guest, their grandson Art recently after a week's stay in $111 ,' .
MILLION =r.CTION"
Smith of Leesburg.Mrs. Good Palm Samaritan Beach. Hospital, West lu

Ruby Bush left Mondayfor
a week's visit with her daughter Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wilson and
and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Miss Linda Wilson returned to FOR FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY CUSTOMERS -

Harold Elder, in Jacksonville.
their home last weekend after a

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bush and visit ,with Mr. and Mrs. B. Elliott Now it's a whole lot cheaper to go
children are spending the week it and daughters in Tallahhassee and
Salerno. ALL-ELECTRIC:than to use a
other relatives in Georgia.Mr. .
Mrs. J. C. Mock and Mrs. Geor- combination of services on
and
and Mrs. Ray Hawk
gia Hooks left this week for a visit
children and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. the farm and in your home.
with relatives in Savannah Ga. ,
Stevens spent the past weekend at \ ,
Pvt. Rupert Mock Jr., has returned Salt Sprlhgs where they were the
to Ft. Benning, Ga., 'after guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilk-
spending the weekend as the guestof inson and family.Mr. v +

his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ru : FARM SETTER
and Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson ,
pert Mock. ?.1 I f.tP Ill'
have returned 'to their home after ,.:. I ; 0 '
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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Catoe haveas spending several weeks at SailSprings. YI M RIC
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their guest his mother, from .
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Anchorage, Alaska.PRINCE .
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hasty left
, . for New York for visit
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to the World's Fair. Their children h
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Ii' tli' I""tIi' tIi'rvtl""II7"\\ tl .a
are the guests of his parents ;In i 1
Sanford. ._ toelectrify
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THEATRE Mr. and Mrs. Reginald White-
side are the guests\ of their son-In-
PAHOKEE FLA. law,and daughter Mr. and Mrs. G. .i "
H. Meadows and daughter Diane,
at Kalispell Montana. .
TUESDAY' Y
SUNDAY MONDAY. IT YOUR
JUNE Z8Z93"SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Echols and f \
daughter Betty, left last weekendfor PAYS
IN a visit with her brotherinlawand :f: FARM
.. sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. C.
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NEW YORK"CUFF <
Adams, and other relatives in "-'

ROBERTSON". JiUOII Georgia.Mrs. _

I FONDA a' ROD TAYLORIN Ralph Stanley is the guestof
her brother-in-law and sister, .
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Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Moon at Scotia, / :
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N. Y. Stanley plans to be, ..... "'F J\Q ; : .11. = : .",. .
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Heddy Kilowatt powered equipment

Monday Cattle Sales .... does every job faster, easier' -

,. . and better. Saves time, boosts

Are regularly held at 'the Glades Livestock Market .. production, increases profits.

which is owned and operated by more than 120 Unloads silos, conveys grains, '

Florida Cattlemen.You'll feeds livestock and poultry- :

These machines have
automatically.
enjoy the excellent service you receive hereat
this Market. We make been field proven-they work!
an effort at all times to I
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\ give an outstanding service to buyer and seUer. Giveus For free advice about the ELECTRIC"helpers"

a trial.SALES. .
to suit your needs, just

1111111111 1111 M contact your nearest FP&L office.1'ng. .

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The Everglades News; Canal Point, Florida 33438 Pag dive

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Miss Sheffield AndP. GOES TO MIICIIIGAN Miss Paula Duke Barry Duke, brother of the bride, I Mr. and Mrs. Frank. Oliver of

H. "Bud" Wilson Mrs. Helen Schroder left last served as ushers. I Boston, Mass., are the guests of
weekend for Grosse He, Mich., And Jeff BarwickMarried Assisting at a reception in fellowship -I her uncle, C. B. Coburn, at Port

Wed Saturday where she will make her home with SundayMiss hall of the church were M. .'ca.Mr. .

her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Mrs. J. S. Barwick, Mrs. Terry and Mr Pat Elliott spent

Miss Dorothy Wynette Sheffield and Mrs. Robert Smith. Mrs. Paula Leslie Duke and Sellers, :Mrs. Boyd Vorhees Mrs. this past weekend as the guests of
and Philip Harry Wilson, both of Schroder was honored with a fare- I' C. B. Keene and Mrs. Robert O. his parents, Mr. and Mrs.. Jess Ell
Pahokee were married at the First well party prior to her departureat Charles Jefferson Barwick were Lampi. I liott.
the united in marriage in the [ .. ...
Baptist Church of Pahokee at 4:30: home of her brotherinlawand chapelof I Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Adamson
p. m., Saturday. The couple repeated his wife, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. the First Methodist Church of ._ II and Trussel
-I Eugene of Cocoa, were
vows In. a: double ring cere- Schroder. Pahokee, Sunday at 4 p. m. by Rev. the weekend guests of Mrs. Mae
.a. John A. Briley, White
Rev. pastor.
mony performed by Guthri LOCALS&v i Laflin.
Colvard, pastor, as they stood before Bridal Shower Given gladioli, mums and palms were :
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Barnes
re-
an altar decorated with bask- used to decorate the chapel. Nuptial '
For Mrs. Clements i turned this week from a trip to
ets of white gladioli, mums and : selections were played by Miss
Other decorations were Dottie Lair, pianist. The bride is Washington and New York where

palms.cathedral tapers In pyramid can- Mrs. Julia Johnson Clements was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. they visited the World's Fair

delabra. honored with a bridal shower. Duke. She is a graduate of Paho- I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hensley of

The' bride, daughter of Mr. and Thursday, June 25, from 8OO: to kee High School. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weeks and Louisville Ky., are the guests of

Mrs. Billy M. Sheffield, Sr., is i 10:00: p. m. at the home of Mrs. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and :. family of Miami, were the week- ;; her uncle. George Kingsley.

graduate of Pahokee High School William S. Plumer, 2360 East Main Mrs. J. S. Barwick, was graduatedfrom end guests of his father, J. G.I I I C. L. Stuart is a patient at

and Jones Business College, Or- Street. Greeting guests with Mrs. Pahokee High School in 1961 Weeks. Everglades Memorial Hospital.
lando. She is employed in the of- Plumer and Mrs. Clements were and attended Palm Beach Junior Walter Ellis Wilkinson has re- I I Miss Alice Elaine Hurt was ableto

fices of the Bank of Pahokee' the honoree's mother and grand- College. He is presently employedas turned to his home after spending return home this week following-

The bridegroom Is the son of mother, Mrs. E. C. Johnson and general manager of the Cities several weeks visit with his father.': surgery at Everglades Memorial

Mr. and Mrs. Ward Wilson, 1171 Mrs. Sarah Henderickson all of Service Oil Company bulk plant In at Zellwood. I'I i Hospital.

North Ocean Way, Palm Beach. which wore orchid corsages. Pahokee.The ,W. S. Cross left Monday for a I, Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux Is a patientat
After graduating from Asbury The table was laid with a white bride's only attendant, Mrs. visit with his son and family Rev. Everglades Memorial Hospital.Mrs. .

Park High School in New Jersey, embroidered cloth and centered Joe Mcllwain, as matron of honor and Mrs Walter Cross, in Lake Ella Sears Is a patient at.

he attended the University of Florida ::-, with a wedding cake, silver can- wore a street-length dress of pinK City and other relatives In Live the local hospital.DR. .
dle holders held white tapers and chiffon styled with scoop necklineand
and is now employed by Sears, Oak.Miss
Roebuck and Co. at Belle Glade. punch was served from a silver cap sleeves. She wore a purple ,Hazel Sheppard recently MoCURDY VISITSDr.
punch bowl. orchid corsage.L. enrolled for the summer session at
Miss Olga Sheffield served as
her sister's maid of honor. Sha :Miss Sarah Johnson was at the D. Duke' gave his daughter In the University of South Florida In Willard W. McCurdy is the

wore a floor length gown of ocean guest book and Miss Ethel Ida marriage. Her street length dressof Tampa.Mr. guest of his mother, Mrs. Annette

blue satin and carried a cascade of Johnson, Miss Jan Plumer and white slipper satin was made and Mrs. Leo Maxwell and McCurdy They are now visiting?
carnations. Bridesmaidswere Miss Brenda Alderman served re by her mother. The fitted bodice Johnny Thomas recently visited I Dr. and Mrs. Charles McCurdy and
yellow freshments. fashioned of lace over satin, ac- Clarence Maxwell at Watkin's family at Myrtle Beach Air Force
Jessie Ann Sheffield, sister of
the' bride and Cyndy Friend I Hostesses with Mrs. Plumer cented by a scalloped neckline edg- Clinic in Lakeland where he is a Base S. C., and plan to motor o.

Bridesmatrons were Mrs. Jill M. were, Mrs. Joe Alderman, Mrs. ed with beads. The long sleeves patient.Mrs. to Tignall 1, Ga. for a visit with

Pitts and Mrs. Betty Jean Connell. Joe T. Boynton, Mrs. William T. : were pointed at the wrists. Her Martha McIntosh left last Mrs., McCurdy's parents Mr. and
Their were identical to that Gist, Mrs. Sam McKinstry, Jr. shoulder-length veil of French illusion Thursday for several days visit Mrs. H. C. Norman Dr. McCurdy I
gowns Mrs. James M. Vandegrift, Mrs. was attached to a crown of with her son-in-law and daughter, recently graduated with a doctorof
the maid of honor, in light blue
of Glenn Brower, Mrs. Ed Jensen, seed pearls. She carried a cascade Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stubbs and medicine degree from the Schoolof
also carried cascadesof
satin.
They Mrs. M. I. Keen, Mrs. Phillip G. of white carnations and ivy daughters, in Gainesville. Medicine, University of Miami
carnations. Leigh Ann
yellow White and Mrs. D. B. Watkins: centered with a white orchid. E. L. Pope underwent surgery and will intern for one year at Cityof
Shirley, flower girl, scattered yellow The hostess gift was an electric fry Alvy Early was Mr. Barwlck'i recently at St. Mary's Hospital.'; Memphis Hospitals Tennessee' ,
before the brideas
mum petals pan. best man. R. O. ,Lampi, II and West Palm Beach. I starting July 1.
she approached the altar .Miss ... I
Verlon Jones, organist, played _
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nuptial selections. Soloist was R. 1---------

O.The Lampl.bride was given in marriage I II

by her father. Her full-length gownof I '

white satin, designed and made ,
by her mother, was fashioned witha BIRTHSMr. "-'iII' .
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strapless bodice overlaid with
embroidered lace which formed a : "
and Mrs. Norman G. Martin ,
with
round neckline edged pearls. j
The long sleeves were also edged announce the birth of a son Randy x, 5 t
with pearls. Lynn, born June' 17.
train Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kent Carr announce p
The gown had a full-length
attached to the waist of the plain the birth of a daughter, ,,
satin skirt. The elbow"length veil Kristina. bom .June 19.' .
Mr. and,Mrs. Lester E. Lindrose
of French illusion fell from a pillbox .... 'I the birth of Leste- ....
at announce a son,
headpiece edged with pearls "
the crown. She carried a cascade E., Jr., born June 20. .Y-

of white carnations \centered with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lee Raby , .
announce the birth of a son, Eu-
white orchids. Lee Jr born June 22. drown It. burn It. '
Robert W. Wilson served as his gene . .. .. "
brother's best man. Chris Shirley I I
was ringbearer. Billy M. Sheffield, Will Water Ski To '1 :,

Jr., brother of the bride; Ward The World's FairST. '. \ .-+, u

Wilson, Jr., brother of the bride .

groom; George A. Mann and Rup- .
PETERSBURG-Two huskyski :. .} \
ert Mock, Jr., were ushers. team of St. '. I II.
boats will tow a ., '
of the , ,. i ,
Miss Linda Nix, cousin Petersburg water skiers on a trek I. 'I i \ ; : ,
bride at the bride's book dur -'t. ) t t ,' ,
was that will involve traversing in ex- ': "," '\ ',I r '
ing in the fellowshiphall 'I -:. ' ,' :" "
a reception cess of 1,500 miles of inland wat- ., ., > ., ,
Also assistingwere ., i, '
of the church.
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erways to the New York World'sFair. ; J
Miss Annelle Nix, cousin of .. .
skiers will the _
The represent I I ,."
the bride Mrs. Judy Norman, Mrs. ,
St. Petersburg Chamber of Com- I
Nancy Meyer and Miss Martha merce on the trip. I f4. f\\

Batista. . The crew hopes to average 100 '. : \
miles daily and will leave St. Pet-

Council Of 100 Has : ersburg on July 24. They will ,
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travel down the west' coast of Florida . ,., ''T to:( ,.Hire" ';
4 New MembersST. . '
across the Interstate Canal c : .

busi- through Lake Okeechobee',.to the ''" 'D: -! If... ; lose .itj .... y ; ; ::.

PETERSBURG-Four Atlantic toast line, than' proceed, .. i ." .-,.. 3'_ **' It

' aes bers men of the have Florida been Council named of mem-100 Fair up the],-arriving Inland August Waterway 9. ,to the =*''y.t?_ u.s.".V1n1s i.na? went I..Its I v&,......, ...n ,stop. growing :

fifth The skiers will end their journey ft .'
and the membership of a .

changed. New at York the Florida World's Pavilion Fair of where! the What 1 1 (' *'t happened. to"U. S. can be replaced. And the service 1'1',,) ,

New regular members of the they will help kickoff Florida' week Savings Bonds? is free. u""

council are' Alvin A. Leitman, ot at the Fair. Goodwill calls will b r
Jacksonville; Robert T h o m as made at many cities along the into a river. Mistakenly left in an many reasons why U. S. Savings .';.

Tampa; and W. Palmer Van Ars- route with several ski shows to be oven and baked at 400. Hidden in Boncfe are the most widely held .

dale of Pompano Beach. presented as part of the itinerary.The a cookie jar and eaten full of holes securities in the world. Anotherby J' ..
Carol Patton beetles. in good reason why you should invest -
Floyd B. Bowen, president of the skiers are hungry Forgotten r.
Florida State Chamber of Com- Paula Young Bobby Kuykendall, pair of work :pants and washed, in Bonds is the important Job t,

merce and general manager of International Michael and Dave Outen Betty bleached and spin dried. Cut into ,hey can do right now in making

Mineral and Chemical Orsini and Jim Gray. Boat driversare tiny pieces by an irate wife America'' safer from the enemies

Corp of Bartow, has been trans- Sonny Wagner and Eric Bagg. Gnawed by mice,, and jjobblu1 p' 'i freedom.
ferred to regular membership from . by goats. ..,,',y Bonds and see if you don't

associate membership.M. Ronnie Bracewell accompaniedMrs. .. T%'.2tty; good about it. t
at Yet, in spite of all r -
to her home
M. Frost vice' president of Alfred Meeks '
Base, Albany, fortunes, these Bon'J. I Wow u.s. Saving Bond
the Florida Division of General Turner Air Force Si for $3 at
to their owners. They iii< t every maturity
Portland A J Cement Co., was appoint- Ga., where she returned- this with stop growing in value. :\ get your money anytimeI



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f :l11 1 T'Of 'The Churches JI JII I Over three$3'.dollar ChargeA ,argument betweenthe Held In SarasotaSARASOTA When the 1964

county commission and the Miss Florida Pageant gets under
county'supervisor of registrationoffice way in 'Sarasota, there will be'one
took up another $20 worthof girl among the 31, competing beau-

The 'Methodist Church Holy Nativity The 'Pahokee ChurchOf time at the county commission ties who hopes history repeats it-
meeting Monday.
I Canal Point, FloridaRobert Episcopal Church The NazareneRev. Louis Morrell, assistant registrar self.Sheila Clarke, a Florida State
Pahokee previously appeared before the University junior and representing
Max JL>. Jones, Pastor commission, payment for
A. Shelley Pastor seeking Tallahassee, was runner-up last
SUNDAY: Rev. L. Leasing Vicar 433 Bacom Point Rd. delivering ballot boxes for the recent year when she competed as Miss
Phone ,924-7:>>28 P. O. Box 882
'10:00: a. m.-church School SUNDAY: primary elections. Morrell was Winter Haven. Then, she saw
11OO: a. m.-Morning Worship 10 a. m.-Sunday School SUNDAY SERVICES: Informed at that time If he would Flora Jo Chandonnet the second
6:30 p. m. Youth Fellowship 11:00 a. m.-Worship Service 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School submit a statement of expense In- runner-up the year before, walk
. 11:00: a. m.-Sunday Worship
'' curred for delivering the election
7:30'p. m.-Evening Worship off with the crown.
MONDAY: South Side ChurchOf 6:30: p. m.-Juniors material the bill would be paid. The girls arrive in Sarasota Sun-
3:15: >> p. m.-Youth Choir practice 7:00: p. m.-Sunday Evening Morrell was back again Monday, day for pe'agant' week with com-
Christ Evangelistic Service seeking payment which he said petition getting underway Wednesday -
2nd MONDAY: WEDNESDAY: amounted to $492.J. night. Miss Florida will be
7:30: p. m.-Esther Class meet- Belle Glade across from 7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer P. Icard, county commission crowned Saturday night, June 27.
1ngTUESDAY Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 meeting. comptroller said the bill had not Winner of the contest will of
0:00: a. m.-Bible Study "Where you are a stranger but been because the
: paid proper course, represent the Sunshine
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8:00: p. m.-Woman.s Society 11:00: a. m.-Sermon once. statements had not been submitted State in the Miss America Pag-
6:30 m.-Evening Service ------
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p. Icard said he didn'thave
Morrell.
1st by
TuesdayWEDNESDAY
6:30: 'p.m.-Wed. Bible Study eant in Atlantic City in September. -
: . Church Of God, the proper authority to pay .
7:30: p. m.-Prayer Meeting the account based on the type
. St. Peter's Lutheran Barf ield Highway statement Morrell had submitted. .

Morrell said in the past the com- Toll Pike Returns
1 First Methodist Church, Belle Glade Pahokee Fla.J. mission had paid $3 per precinctfor

Church, Pahokee August Koerber Pastor W. Hughes, Minister ballot box delivery. Now, he Please Chairman
"' 601 W.'Lake Rd., Belle Glade Phone 924.3736 said he has been requested to sub-
1 SUNDAY: mit itemized statement based TALLAHASSEE Phillips
John A. Bnley, Pastor SUNDAY: an on
9:43: a. m.-Sunday School
SUNDAY: Divine Services 11 A. M. actual expense incurred rather chairman of the Florida Turnpike
0:45: >> a. m.-Church School School'.9:45: >>A. M.. 11OO a. m.-Morning Worship rather than receiving the $3 pay- Authority says he is pleased with
7:30: Evangelistic Ser
. p.
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship I vicerUESDAY ment. the income developed from toll
6:45: >> p. m.-MYF County Attorney Harry Johns?
Sunshine
The Church Of God revenue of the Parkway.
7:45>> : ton advised the commission that
: p. m.-Evening Worship
Phillips said that by the end of
7:30 Service
TUESDAY: Of Prophecy, Pahokee THURSDAY p. m.-Prayer the board could settle for .the $3 August Turnpike income should be

7:00: p. .-Vesper Choir prac Canal Point Road 7:30: p. m.-Youth: for Christ payment or could call for whatever ahead of predictions made in 1961
ticeWEDNESDAY typo statement It 'so desired.
Service by traffic engineers. His prediction -
: John H. Klnard pastor . As to the stalemate between the was based on the expectationthat
7:45>> p. m.-Mid-week' devo- 10:00: a. ,m.-Sunday School registrar and the comptroller'soffice Interstate 75>> would be open
tions 11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service, First Baptist Commissioner E. F. Van by August 1 and feeding into the
8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir prac 7:45: p. Evangelistic Service hurch PahokeeGutbrie Kessel advised Morrell "give him Turnpike."We .
ticeChurch. 8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.LJ3. ," (Icard) the itemized statementhe's I were 10 per cent over the
. 8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. W. Colvard Pastor asking for and you won't have traffic engineers predictions last
Christ Everyone welcome. Special music SUNDAY: any trouble." :year" Phillips explained. "They
Of and singing.. 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Morrell left the meeting, indIcating estimated we'd take in $10,270,000this
c- .
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship he would submit the requested year. I say we'll take in $11.-
125>> N. W. Avenue D I statement and with the as- 500,000."
Canal Point 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship
Phone WY 6-3867 6:30: p. m.-Training Union surance the funds for payment . ...
Belle Glade, Fla. ChurchLawrence
Baptist WEDNESDAY: would come out of the comrci'-
SUNDAY SERVICES 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service sion's election expense fund and President of the American Automobile -
10:00 Bible Stewart, Pastor . .
: a. m.- Study
not from the rPTistrars budget. Assn., George F. Kachlein
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship SUNDAY: .
-- Jr., of Seattle, has warned Floridato
;. 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship 9:45: >> a. m.-Sunday School Glades Baptist ChurchRev.
I Wroten and Howard Hol-
Lee gird for an influx of tourists far
,d\ WEDNESDAY 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship
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't man left Thursday for Waynes- exceeding the most optimistic pre
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7:30 p. m.-Bible Study 6:30 p. m.-Training Union ( .Jonathan L. Wolf) -
.. ville, Ga., on a business trip. dictions.
I 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship Meets-in Pahokee Lions Club
: CLASSIFIED ADS PAY WEDNESDAY: Building. I
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You Plan To Build? Francis Fennech Pastor
Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m.
Confessions before Mass
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1 Right of folks in the Glades _
\ now, course,
Church, Canal Point
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Elder Lester Reams :
; school out, crops harvested, everything SUNDAY:
9:45: >> a. m.-Sunday School
\ few weeks of rest and
points to a 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship
6:30: p. m.-B. ''. C.
\ recreation. Glades folks are entitled to 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship. I

rUESDAYS: II II I
; : that after a busy season. '7:30: p.''m.-Choir practice. I
WEDNESDAY:
7:30:: p., m.-Midweek Prayer !

i\\ ", However, following vacation ,should.. you THURSDAY;;Every Service..other .week rr

7:30: p.. m.-Ladles Auxiliary
home
be interested in building a new Meeting.

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Christian Science

Federal. Here you will find helpful Group Of Canal Point r

folks when it comes to arranging a "Whosoever-shall. not receive I

loan. Stop in at our office in Belle Gladeor child the kingdom he shall of not God enter as a therein"Mark little t.

Pahokee. You'll be glad you did. ( 10)). These words of Christ
Jesus will set forth one of the major -
themes of the Bible Lesson to
be heard Sunday at all Christian
Science* churches. Related readings
Everglades Federal
from "Science and Health with Gals On the Go Need Milk Gals 0 I
Key to the Scriptures" by Mary

Savings And Loan Association Baker Eddy will include these n ,the Go 'Need 'Milk 'Gals 'On the G
lines: "Willingness to become as a
little child and to leave the old for o Need Milk Gals On the ;Go Need I

ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND the new, renders thought receptiveof '' '
LOAN INSURANCE CORP. the advanced Idea. Gladness to Milk ..GalsOn the Go Need: Milk ,G
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leave the false landmarks and Joy : '
the Go 'Milk Gals On
disposition 'als.on : Need : .,
to see them dl..ppear.-thls -
Let Your Money Earn 4/% Payable helps .precipitate the the: Go Need' Milk *Gals" On the Go

Semi-Annual ultimate harmony" (p. 323). The ; I
subject -Christian Science..' Nee Mak Gals )On he ,Go .Need *
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'PAHOKEE BELLE GLADE Wm. DuBoae of Jacksonville I* lilk' aW? ,01' tb )Go !Nf&d 'Milk Ga

mer visiting months.his wife during the sum Is On the Go Need:TVfilk:tJtfls 'On "t

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i An unusual harpsichord has Delta Airlines has asked the I The names, of many parrotfishes, rocket propulsion firm, has pur-
Briefs
,'.. State News been added to the musical collection CAB to okay a plan which would I like those at the Miami Seaquarium chased the Gibbs Shipyard, Inc. of
;:: of the Stephen Foster Me- allow American Express credit' will give you some idea of Jacksonville, as a step in a major
;>> "Pudgy", the porpoise at Marine morial. The instrument was builtin card holders to charge travel with !their colors; emerald, green, radi- diversification program.
land of Florida, has' given birth to Ohio for display and use at the Delta on an extended payment I ant, red, rainbow, purple, ribbon L.
I'. four calves since 1950. Her current White Springs Foster Memorial.The basis. and mud. BOAT REGISTRATIONJune
offspring; named "Gordo" is now I I I _
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Hiding an alcoholic's liquor sup- Parkway stretches from Miami t.} killed on our streets and highways. I Hotel & Restaurant Exposition boat registration and decals are
ply is no solution for his alcoholism Wildwood where the turnpike con- Carol Lane, women's travel director will be staged at the conventionhall valid. They can be' renewed at the
I' says the Florida Alcoholic Re- nects with Interstate 75, free of Shell Oil Co.. reminds us to in Miami Beach Oct. 1214.
tax collectors office, Glades
county
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