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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: July 10, 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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County Board Will Mack Crews Takes Bank Of Pahokee In':Burns Will SpeakAt Ben Leon Willis County ruled Circuit Wednesday Court Judge that:*,

Naval Training Citrus BreakfastMIAMI the 1063 legislative act splitting

Lake Okeechobee is valid. HO' said

Hold The MillageCounty I, GREAT LAKES-, Ill. WilliamM. Healthy ConditionThe BEACH Mayor Hay- in his ruling that the law, which

Crews, 22, grandson of Mrs. H. don Burns of Jacksonville, Demo- redraws the boundaries of five

L. Sears of Canal Point is under- cratic nominee for of counties, is constitutional.Palm .
Commissioners planned semi-annual report of condi- governor
going two weeks active duty recruit Beach County Commissioners '-
final budget sessions this week at tion, as required by law, shows the/ Florida, will be guest speaker for in West Palm Beach said
training at the Naval Train-
which time it appeared that some Bank of Pahokee to be in healthy the Florida Citrus Commission'sCitrus .
afternoon, when informed -
ing Center Great Lakes, Ill. Wednesday .
Breakfast which will highlight -
expenditures will have condition at the close of businesson
proposed
I of the ruling, that the ruling -
He is studying naval history ,
June 30 1964 according to the the annual convention of the
board
the
to be shaved if expectsto
in higher
would be challenged
military drill seamanship, gun- elsewhere' in this I'I Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association -
hold the line on taxation for the report published and'
court. Glades Hendry, Martin
1 nery, first aid, swimming and sur- .
issue of The Everglades News.
coming year. I Okeechobee counties are the winners -'
vival and sentry duty. A vigorous
The board, :Monday, received the I physical training schedule will Deposits according to the reportare I The FFVA convention Americana will be in the lake split upheld by

annual assessment roll from Tax'" near the nine million dollar held Sept. 23-24 at the Willis. "
Judge
round out the training.
Maxwell, and J. p.1 mark and l loans and discounts are a Hotel in Miami Beach. This will be
Edgar
Assessor
Upon completion of this training, I I But Judge Willis specified that
saidit little over two million. Cash on Burns' first appearance before a
commission
Icard
comptroller Palm
he will return to his local reserve I the revenue wil remain
the roll would not raise hand and due from banks amountsto major citrus industry audience
appeared ;: unit for regular training sessions. I Beach County's until current road-
the amount of money the commission :' . seven and a quarter million. I. since winning the Democratic pri building issues are repaid. Bonds

had budgeted. "We have had a splendid sea- mary. outstanding for'building the' coun

The tax roll presented by Maxwell Funeral Services Fan," is the way President Rupert !I - ty's secondary roads are to maturein

totaled $1,091,760,535 ,up Mock expressed his feelings about 1075.

about $73,000,000 from last year. the six months since the last report -I Last Rites Held And spokesman\ for the four fattened -

For Mrs. Templeton on December 30, 1063. "Our
Despite the increase in valuation, counties expressed delightbut

the board will be forced to shave trade area is experiencing n stable For J. ILGiddensJulian not surprise-at the judgQ'Jruling.
and steady growth and our bank is
proposed expenditures if it expectsthe Mrs. Gist Templeton, 02, of 1487 i '
happy to be of service to the fine --
present tax millage to carry Palm Beach County Commissioners -
East Main Street died 4 In
the load. I Mrs.July folks in this area," the bank president Howard Giddens, 47, of said they would urge that ,tho
West Palm Beach. Templetoncame
The board agreed to sit down said.Capital 379 East Main St. died July 4. He case appealed to Florida's Su-
to the Glades area in 1915
of the bank old-
stock -
and re-study the budget in ,an effort had been a resident of Pahokee CoUrt.
and for the past few years had est Palm Beach county is set preme '
in '
in line since 1011 and \yas a World Wa"II "We should legal
to ,bring expenditures use every
made her home with hergrandson '
at $20OOOO witheurpluV: at. $250- v" '- : .
Veteran. 4
with '' means to -this causs
anticipated revenue. possible pursue
,The commission voted to sit as a and family, Vance Denton. 000. Undivided profits are well Mr. Giddens is siirvlvd by his against the ,division of the lake. ,
She member of the Christ-
was a
board of equalization throughoutthe over the $78,000 mark. wife Wilma, two sons, Julian, Way- said chairman Bandlow. lie reiterated -
ian Church and is survived by one
cross, Ga.; and James of Ft. Leon- of the county's main
week in daily sessions startingat one
son, Julius Vance Gist, of :Murphy,
10:30: a. in. Friday was set as. N. C. Cattle Pasture To ardwoocl, Missouri: one daughterMrs. contentions, that the lake split

I Imogene Scott, Pahokee; one legislative -
the final day for registering com- Funeral services were held at "establishes a very dangerous

plaints on the tax assessment roll. at brother, Floyd Giddens, Lake View, precedent."
Wetherington Chapel Monday
I
This week'several property owners 3:00: p. m. Rev. John Briley of- Grow VegetablesMore Fla.; one sister Mrs. Delta Smith, Martin County Commission

appeared before the board ficiated. Interment was at Port Jacksonville, S. C.; and two grand- Chairman Frank Wacha minimized ,

seeking a reduction in assess- Mayaca. Pall bearers were, Dun- children. the act's financial impact on any

ments. Their Individual cases were can Padgett, Leo Maxwell, E. M. cattle land goes into vege- Services were held at Wetherington of the five counties Involved..I'

referred to the tax assessor for review Willits, George Rashley, and M. tables this fall in the Belle Glade Chapel, Tuesday' at 10:00: a. "By the time gasoline tax funds

and for a report of his find- M. Andrews. area according to a story coming m. with Elder Lester Reams of- are actually redistributed in '1075: .,

ings to be presented to the com- - out of that section this week. A r ficiating. Interment was at Port other factors 'will have been pfe1-"'
.
:Mayaca. Pall Bearers were Lester sent'' rwhlch would completely off" '
consideration.
mission for

In, connection with the tax roll I Court Room NeedsTold I tract Belle of 11,500 Glade acres was eleven transferredfrom milesof II Holmes, Wilbur Finley, Floyd Lee set any loss to Palm Beach Court- '

'' Blevins, Webb Pell, Elmer Upthe- ty" said Wacha. '
:Maxwell' said railroad and tele-
the Pioneer Growers
Cooperative grove, and Willard Mullis. The gas .tax is alloted to coun-" ,
is down about $3
graph property ByJudge to the Pioneer Land Companyand I road funds according -
ties as secondary
million since FEC property is not
will be devoted to the raisingof
,to, a'' formula which! in-,
included because of litigation now vegetables.The 25c Hurts
Charge volved population, area, and mileaof
involving the railroad. County Commissioners this i transfer involved an esti-
road.
Total non-exempt property for week appraised of critical mated $690,000.The paved' be"
were a State's Fair Show "The 'population increase will
taxing purposes was listed at land transfer was recordedin
shortage of space in judicial facil- such that, the change won't be
$1,352,622,405. West Palm Beach Wednesday.
ities housed in the court house and noticed said Wacha. "We'rtf' hap

were' asked to budget funds for Documentary, stamps show there '.* TALLAHASSEE. : GOV., Farris py to have, it (the .court's,..,decis'

r Zellwood Crop IsHighlySuccessful new'court; foot, accommodations. of a ,mortgage 627000..on- -,the tract- -:'in; excess- Bryant:flew unexptectedly-to New: Ion;) but-we;:; ;:_done" .look" "for, sign.-' '(.: lr'
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Leading,a delegation of Jurists ticant'matetial.galn.: .
; iYork'Tuesday tw day.'of conferences -
and attorneys was' Circuit Judge E A. McCabe, who is the executive for ; :,,- --. .--
vice president of the Grower aimed at saving the Florida '

Russell O.. :Morrow who painted a Cooperative, is the president of the World's Fair exhibit from Employers Told, r 't ;
y grim picture for,the commission as
a". land company. Dooley said a num- bankruptcy.
to present overcrowded courtrooms ber of stockholders own interestsin Bryant scheduled a meeting

Pahokee growers and harvesters and office space. He said the both concerns. Wednesday with Robert Moses, Of Federal LawL.
I
have returned from Zellwood
future would bring only more I The tract of land at present IB president of the World's Fair Corporation
where they participated in the
critical room shortage if some-! being used to pasture cattle. It is I and said he'll meet with '
harvest of the spring corn crop. not done now to cor V. McClelland, Local Veterans
thing were executive committee of the !
located about two miles east of the
Reports coming back with the local rect the situation."It 'I the Florida Sugar Corporation I Florida World's Fair Authority on Service Officer announces, a reminder -
men tell of exceptionally good "
critlca!, Judge Morrow
is so .
Mill. Thursday.He i to employers that federal
prices and a wonderful yield of :
sweet corn. told the commission "that we: Dooley said the land will be rented -I said he will try to get Moses I law requires the granting of leaveof

felt we should appear before you to the growers of vegetables.He to live up to commitments to make absence for employees who perform -
In several instances the yield ran
330 340 and ask that you start planningfor did not specify what is to be the Florida exhibit, which coversa training with the National
between and bushels to "
the future. raised as the land haa not been 3.5 acre site off from the main Guard or reserve forces.
the acre and in many instances the
Judge Morrow predicted the future rented or leased to any individualor part of the fair more accessible to This reminder is issued in an ef-
yield ran as high as 385 bushels,
based on population figures group of individuals.The the visiting public. fort to', avoid possible misunderstanding -,
of the harvesters said.
one t and legislative action-will bring Pioneer Growers Cooperative One promise, he said was a during the spring and
The price was steady for the
three new judges-juvenile, criminal handles only vegetables. It moving sidewalk that would take summer months when many national
of the harvest at
major portion I and county courts. He added is expected the land will be usedto fair-goers into the Florida area guard and reserve units engage
$2.50 crate, it was pointed out.
per that within five years if the county provide the winter market with without a long hike. Another was in annual active duty for-
Along toward the end of the season
I maintains its present growth thre vegetables from this area. for removal of a fence that forces training. .,
the price dropped down to
bushel. more circuit court judges will be persons debarking at a big park- McClelland announced that fed
$2.00 '
per added. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eates and ing lot adjacent to the Florida exhibit eral law administered by the bureau -

Criminal Court Judge Russell daughter, Woodle, of St. Simons, to walk more than a mile of veterans reemploymentrights

Mr. and Mrs. Curtis A. Chase McIntosh urged the commission to Ga., were the weekend guests of around the fence to get to the U. S. Department of Labor' '

have returned from a month's vacation immediately budget funds for purchase her brother and family :Mr. and I Florida area. provides that Guardsmen and re-

in the western states. They, of land for ,a new criminal Mrs. Wiley Tlllls. They were accompanied Asked If there- was an emer- servists must request.leave of ab"

visited' their sons in Chicago andLos I court building someplace away home by her mother, gency developing:.at*the exhibit, an sence from their employers and'

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Friday. July 1O, 1964 II
Pose Two The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida 33438 ,
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Old-Timers Gather Miss Florid'
Employers Told-
;:: : On July 5
For Party: ;,
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that the leave must be granted. A group of old-timers of the
; Guardsmen and reservists are
West Palm Beach area gathered at
; required by law to report back to : SARASOTA-Beautiful Prlscilla
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. G.
[ ( work on the next regular scheduled : Joan Schnarr 17-year-old Miss
work period following their DeGray In West Palm Beach on

release from training duty In orderto Sunday July 5. All of the following Hollywood, was crowned Miss Flor-

II; [I be entitled to retention of seniority group were residents of Dade ida of 1964 at the windup of the

Pay rate and other bene County-later Palm Beach countyby Miss Florida Pageant recently.The .

__ fits.McClelland 1910: Mr. and Mrs. Glen Davis new Miss Florida beamed as

suggests that ques- Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Clegg, Flora Jo Chandonnet, Miss Floridaof
tions from reservists, guardsmenor Mrs. L. C. Holmes Mrs. Rose Row-
the winner's
1963
,. placed crownon
employers should be referred to ley, Mrs. Susan DuBois Mrs. Pauline
The Rardin Building In Canal Point FloridaTHE her blonde hair.
: Local Offices of the State Employment I Wallace, Mrs Grace Snyder
The Sunshine State's represent-
LAKE OKETECHOBEB Service, Division,of veterans I l Mrs. Theresa Conway, Mrs. Ellen
REGION HOME OFTILE ative in the coming: Miss American
reemployment Or to the Mrs.
Department I/,Braley, Mrs. Lulu LeMasters
resident of
of- Labor, Veterans Reemployment -''Mildred Metcalf, Mrs. Clyde Barnett Pageant is a Hollywoodand
EVERGEADES, N.EWS= division Washington 25, and Albert Fremd. is the daughter of Major and'
Mrs. A. W. Schnarr. Her measurements
D. C.
The above averaged 76 of
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming: Region Without -.6 years are 342235.
Interruption''Every'Week for 40 Years Priscilla and
Nearly age.Also speaks Japanese
following -
Pahokee Women Off at the gathering were
Established March 11; 1924 Published Eery Friday folks from the next gene'.I Spanish as a result of her father's
To The Holy LandMrs. service' assignments. She was se-
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance ration: Mr. and Mrs. Sam Quincyand
lected Miss Okinawa In 1962 and
son Sam Jr., and Mr. and
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn W. M. DuBose and Mrs. Mrs. W. G. DeGray and Willie her ambition Is to be an Interpreterin

Canal Point, Florida, a* Second Class Matter Bob Douthit left Friday for New Michele and Dennis, Mrs. Margaret the United Nations.

Rardin York where they will spend four Holmes Mrs. C. L. Wilder, Miss The four other Florida beauties
Paul Owner Editor Publisher'
days at the Worlds Fair after Elizabeth LeMasters Mr. and Mrs. who went into the finals with Miss

which they will join the Hal Hunter Robert E. Cox. Schnarr, and who became her run-

Christian Ambassador Tour fora A delightful visit was enjoyed by ners-up were:
,
Here: Is-. What Transpired At, trip to Europe and the Bible the entire group and a repast of Ruth Anne Smith, Miss W'nter'

Meeting Of The Palm lands. They will visit England, lychees, punch and cookies were Park; Patricia: Lynn Rucker, "Miss
: MondaY's'l Italy, the United Arab Republic, served. Manatee County; Shlela Jeanette

Cyria, Jordan, Greece Switzerlandand Clarke Miss Tallahassee; and Car-

CoUnty t France. They plan to return WEEKEND IN RIVIERAMr. la Linda; Couture-MissTampai1:

July 31.RETURNS. and Mrs. Jimmy Vann and .
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Miss Carolyn Vann and Mr. and STETSON VISITOR
Palm' Beach County's jail is a. couldn't segregate the "first of TO WORK Mrs. Moody Moulky and daughters Miss Yvonne Thompson spent

"bodge podge" aCCOrdlD "'to"Criminal -, fenders" from the other more Charles Robbins is able to be of Vienna, Ga., spent the week the holiday weekend with her parents -

'Court Judge Russell'Mclntosh, hardened prisoners according to back at work in the prescription end at Riviera Beach. Mrs. Vann Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thompson,

Judge McIntosh appeared'beforethe' < state law. department of Bolton Drug Storein and her sister, Mrs. Moulky. and and has returned to her studies at

'county' commission Monday to He said the "situation Is very Pahokee following a layoff of their daughters remained in RIviera Stetson Unver sity where she Is at-

plead'for early construction'of' ad- bad and won't get any better"' due about two months on account of Beach while Mr. Vann returned tending the summer session.
ditional court room facilities. ill health. During his time off Mr. .
to an increase of crime in the to Pahokee and Mr. Moulkey -
He said he had'voted I against I a county. Robbins underwent an operation.Bill returned to Georgia. OFF TO INDIANA

proposed location of a new' court .. - Mrs. Dan Carpenter left last
The commission listened but
building next to the county jail took no official action on the mat- Maxson, has been the guestof Miss Jane Spencer returned to week for South Bend, Indiana,
because the jail Ia in dire need of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. her home Saturday after a visit where she'' will be the guest of her

renovation. ter.The Maxson before enrolling in the with her sister and brother-in-law I daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
He'called the structure inadequate county commission this summer 'I session at Emory and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Whitcomb at St. Mrs. Dan Borgnaes, and their new

'.labeled It a hodge podge .and week faces another round of lengthy Henry College Emory, Va. Petersburg. 1 son Christopher Carpenter.
negotiations with government
said lit was without maximum-
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title to some 600 acres'of land It
Sheriff Martin Kellenberger added ,.\ *Ytfar! >4S'rfo '}'
seeks to help finance airport Im
.his views saying'that,last winter a
the jail population was so great provement.The STATEMENT OF CONDITION
board learned that it must .
that law enforcement officers
appply to the Department of Defense :

ture clause for elimination in agreements of a recap which Farmers Production (Credit;: AssociationMiami <


Classified gives the government an oppor- Belle Glade and Vero Beach Florida CJ
\ :to
t ,
tunity to take! over International I
" Airport for defense purposes. At The Close of Business, June 30;' 1964 '

POSITIVELY all want ads or When the airport was returnedto
classifieds, 'as you wish to call the county after World War II RESOURCES '

them.are payable advance, fronihts"day and subsequent use by the military, Loans and Interest- ..._.............-.......... 10921575.41; oj I
forward. Don.t'ph 'em: title to the field and adjacent land

Write it and drop, a dollar bill In was restricted. The commissionnow Less Reserve ................................. 307508.10 $10,614,067.31 J

the envelope if you want'it run seeks to acquire the 600 acra Land' andtBuildings ............................. 92,100.31. .
once: $2' If you want' It'run twice' plot near the airport. It plans to

andso; on jell the land for airport financing.The Equipment ........................................... 13,004.54'"

HAVE YOU''decided',to'clear out Federal Aviation Authority I U. S. Government Bonds ..................... i x ;:' 715,739.7 r
has given its approval providingthe .
tlia1 attic and:advertlse'the'stuff <; "
B'J'
Cash In -
land is released by the defense 93615.24i; r
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fo*>lsale"" through I those columns ) I
YotTHI be'surprised how much"atuff department.. ::11-- Investment, F.H.A. &: S & W Loans ... \ 8614.44 :

*can '!.,rid'of''and'>how'much ,
you get :
Stock: Intermediate.Credtf Bank. ;.,. ,,. 231730.00 t
?
mOlWy'-you' can taker in: Its' only Court Room Needs- .' /
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costs $1 to try an ad.for'a w.. ".' :. Automobiles. ((2) .................................. 4,785.59; ; !: ;. IJ)

FO&-SAL1Cc New and Used,Willy, ( from page'1) : Other Assets,......................................... f 3,192.63: : ( I'J:
from the court house. This step he
.1 It
Je epL Walter. Ashley's ,Garage
: : Bald, wilt make' two court' rooms 11,776,849.85'' a'
In Bella Glade Phone 6 3058."
-' and other space available in the 'f
T;1r-- 4-ch. court house LIABILITIES AND'CAPITAL

IS"TJIIRE'!: ANYTHING' M'thd attic ' A new building. Judge McIntosh -
; Notes Payable: 'Fed Intermediate Credit Bank.... $9353,682:22; : t.r
you'd like to COIWettitlntbcash said, will provide only temporary -

? A; small .classified"'' ad-1' in'' relief for a critical condition. Miscellaneous' Accounts Payable .....-........_............. 4,464.69.
.
.
thi.' column,I "'will turn tKeftrtek.1 "'!flf It1 were built today" it would r Capital Stock ......................................$1,679,570.00 l
only costs a dollar*--casMvwttl Of !h wt"be 'soori'' enbUgh' ;Judge foi' .

der. Intosh' said in .dewcrHaing. condl-- Surplus, ,..............._...-.......::......... 739,132.94 2,418,702.94r ,..:
JLona .to1'the commission. a
BY.SINOER" fl I By 1074,Judge> ..Mclntosh: said r, 11776849.85; ( i.
Brand new*'I R6undrB4ftBta" ;sewing
the county's population of'27,000 A CREDIT COOPERATIVE COMPLETELY OWNED AND
machine. Back tacks seams-sews
.
over pins-dial tension.altd.Atttch will about double. With\ the'growth OPERATED BY FARMER AND RANCHER MEMBERS
.
he said will come' an increase;
regulator.$59.50$1f6G.dltl'90.0O a month. Glades Mercantile: and in,crime, an increase in demand Counties Served: Broward, Collier, Dade, Indian River; Martin, Monroe c,

Company,255 E. Lake Avenue Pa- for more jury trials and an increased Okeechobee, Palm Beach and J St.;: Lucie :'
demand for even more
hokee 024.5507. AlTtf '
I I court room space than Is now'being OFFICERS' -,

FOB,BALE 35 A .15ft. Fiberglassboat and utility considered. Harry B. Matthews George H. Wedgworth Chas. B. Jr.
'with HP motor' -I The commission said it recognized Long,
trailer.' Call, 924-4681tin, Paho- ; the urgent need of more President Vice-President SecretaryTreasurerDIRECTORS

hokee. July lOc judicial facilities and indicated tt

I would'""start studying plans for expansion N
HOUSE FOR SALE* Almost new
George H. Jefferson Davis
and to finance the Wedgworth : Walter
ways Peterson
CB home. 3 br. 2 battf, complete I ,,
furnished $4,000:cash'including expansion. Harry B. Matthews C. R. Sexton
owner's equity and furniture: Balance .'I I '
VISIT IN NAPLES'Mr. REPRESENTATIVES
like rent. Also FOR SALE: .j
tSO acres of muck land'on the old : and Mrs. Lee Wroten and Gilbert L. Lanham Billy W. Ingram Chas. r
children and her brother and fam- B. Long, Jr.
ahokee-Belle reduced. See or Glade call Road.Dan Carpen-Price ily, Mn; and Mrs.: Wayne1 Elliott Belle Glade, Florida Miami, Florida Miami Florida

ter Realtor. Telephone 4-7153 residence and Elizabeth'of Jacksonville were Yvonne Simpson Mary Ellen Wright "

47235. July, 3 tic weekend visitors in Naples where Belle Glade, Fla. Vero Beach: Fla.

they visited their mother, _Mrs. Merle Palmer Ruth Prange Muriel Perry .
Gladys
Bullinger
LEASE-960
FARM LAND FOR Velva Baxter:
acre South Bay'Area, 320 acres Belle Glade. Fla. Miami Florida Vero Beach Fla. Miami. Florida

Faltokee area well developed' well Joe Davis son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J James'E.: Davis Doris Adams '

drained S5O.OO acre, yearly'' lease. B. Davis left Wednesday for a six Miami, Florida Miami Florida

Phone 924-5711, Lewis Buckner. I months training period at Fort
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I. r rI I Short Insurance Course Folks For I I Junior registration College.For students. may information write to the interested PATTERSON lone Patterson CIRCLEThe Circle of the

I. NEWS NOTES
., PERSONAL Evening Registrar Palm Beach Canal Point Baptist Church will

Dean Paul W. Allison, Dean of I Junior College, 42000 Congress meet at the church, July 13 at 2:30p. : (
Avenue Lake Worth Florida,I m. with Mrs. W. A. Baker aa
I Special Studies announces a short
? Mr. and Mrs. James Harry Wilkinson Mrs. W. A. Stevens was called to 33460 or call JUstice. 25301.BIRTHS hostess. The program will be pre-
: course in Fire and Casualty Insurance ,. .
: and children are vacationing I Jacksonville last week due to the I \ I sented by Mrs. J. D. Latham. Mrs
i at their home in Salt Springs. They illness of her brother-in-law, Jess to be given at Palm Beach i I J. L. McCall will preside.

were accompanied by her father, Butler. Junior College Lake Worth Flor-i -

W. A Stevens. I left Ida. The course approved by the, Mrs. Ralph Johnson and childrenare
Lewis Collins
Mr. and Mrs. her parents in Ohio.
visiting
Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Newborne ol recently for a visit with Mr. and Insurance Commissioner of the

Newport News Va., enroute to I Mrs. James E. Costin at' Port St. State of Florida begins September -I ----.. - ------ --
Everglades City for a month's vacation Joe and a trip to Gatllnburg Ten- 9, 1964 and ends May 3, 1963.:
this weekend of nessee. Meeting' Monday and Wednesday
are guests I
brother-in-law and sister Mr. evening from 6:00: p. m. until Visit Pine IslandFORA
her I W. M. DuBose left Tuesday for 1O:15: : p. m., the course will include!. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo F. Rivero of
and Mrs. J. L. Reeves. a,visit with his mother' in Columbus the topics of history and principle,'Pahokee announce the birth of <*

Mrs. Ethel Johnson has returnedto Ga. I automobile fire and allied lines son Hugo Guillermo born June 29. Vacation

her home after spending two I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Unwin are casualty (other than auto), fidelity I Mr. and Mrs. James H. Lucas of Fishing
work at the and Bryant announce the birth of a * .
weeks in leadership spending several days in Jackson- surety, ocean and inland ma.lrine. |
Girl Scout Camp Welaka Jupiter, ville with his daughter and son-In- package policies and agency,son, Scottie Allan, born June 29. ,

law Mr. and Mrs. McFadden.Mr. management. Only 30 student: i Mr. and Mrs. David G. Chancey BURNHAM INN,
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Mrs. J. C. Mock and her sister
I the birth
may be accepted.The of Belle Glade announce Air Conditioned Efficiencies
Mrs. J. D. Hooks have returned and Mrs. Bill Shirley and enrollment fee for the course'of a daughter Patricia Ann born
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from a two-week visit' with relatives daughters spent the Fjourth of is $60 for residents of Palm Beach'June 30. $35 wk. for 2 peopleFree

in Georgia.Pat July weekend at Salt Springs.Mr. County; $90 for Non-District; and I Mr. and Mrs. Benjaman F. Kellyof Boat Ramp
: $120 for Out-of-State. One-half of South Bay announce the birthof
Murphy and JamesSplre and Mrs. Claude Shirley, Mr. Restaurant Nearby
will return this week-end from Tal- and Mrs. Lynn Shirley and Mrs. the fee is payable at the time of. a daughter Kathrina Gayleen.

lahassee where they have been at- Liucile Johnson spent this past application and is not refundable I born July 2. Phone OW 89851St.
after notice of acceptance. The, Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt Mathers of
tending Boys state. weekend at the Holiday Inn at RI- James City, Fla.
other one-half is due January 11, |I Belle Glade, announce the birth of
Miss Laura Newsom of West viera Beach. 1965.: Check or Money Order shouldbe a daughter, Jennifer Gayle born (Near Fort Myers)

Palm Beach is the guest'this week Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Herring recently made payable to Palm Beach 1:July 4.

of her aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. returned from a visit with . .
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Alabama and Graceville, Fla.
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and Mrs. Julian Davis of Mrs. Wilbur Maxwell and child- 3t

Hauchuca Arizona are the guestsof ren are spending a month in Ft.
his parents Mr. and Mrs. C. 3. Lauderdale.Mrs. .
Davis.
J. L. Humphrey has returned +
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Singletary and from a visit with her mother -

daughter Connie and granddaughter in Alamo Ga. While there she Phone 9245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade

Kim have returned from. a attended a family reunion.

r weeks visit with her mother Mrs. Mrs Grace Maxson has been a SALES and SERVICE g

Conneley and sister and brother-in- patient in Everglades Memorial
law Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Chastaln Hospital this week. My Heating Air Conditioning Appliances *>
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at Cairo, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Platt and * *
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helped Mr. and Mrs. 'J. C. Harris and

: Joseph were the guests of their

American people to parents, Mr. and Mrs. L 0 Y d ....:.
Brackin, of Eagle Lake and Mr.
become a nation of and Mrs. I. C. Harris of Dundee ,

during the past two weeks. They no messy defrosting
savers":' returned to their home Thursday I ,
night.? r* <' 1
Says MR. M. MONROE KIMBREL: ...,
I t President, American Bankers Miss Elinor Brackin and Steve
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< Association. Brackin were the guests of their .
Bonds have; had
"Savings an parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Brackin -
JJ. I important part in preserving a
I way of life which rewards individual of Eagle Lake in Stuart on
; initiative. Saturday July 4. They were at-
r'' \ "But in addition Savings tending a family reunion at the
( : Bonds have made it easy for home of their' great-uncle J. B. raMr
i tens of millions of Americans to
save for the important thingsin Woodham. . mi
their lives.
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,, "These are the reasons 'why Maas Bros. Will
II bankers everywhere are proudof
their part in the Savings Build In Ft. MyersFORT
Bonds Program and why,the I-
American Bankers Association ,
'* MYERS Maas Brothers ,= l'' -'-'
pledges its continued support.
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will construct"a department '---' .: I I fn J Jt
store in a new shopping center on
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Keep freedom In your future wflh edge of Fort Myers. The shopping : :::2 ---

center covers a 4-acre area.
U.S.SAVINGS BONDS Maas Brothers, part of the Allied

Stores Corp., has seven other Florida -
.30* VJt. .a... ,"""",, .... stores in Tampa. St. Petersburg -
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Monday :Cattle Sales ( Today's no-frost models hold Just the right degree of temper ,'If.
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plenty of everything,except: frost. ature I keeps every type of food at Ok-
Ice never forma in either the peak ....andeverything-s
Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market I zero-cold freezer section or refrig right at your finger-tips (includ-
erator. No scraping or chipping. ing ice cubes galore)!
which is owned and operated by more than 120 No mopping up puddles. GoodYou'll love the smart styling

Florida Cattlemen. 7 bye forever to a nasty chore. and built-in look . variety of
The modern electric Refrigera colors too.
You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here tor-Freezer combination holds See the v no-frost electric

this Market. We make an effort at all times to I tat much more-yet takes up less Refrigerator-Freezers and separate -
kitchen space. You'll enjoy tremendously Freezers at your appliance
"give an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give : increased freezer space dealer's. Generous trade-m allowances

us a trial.SALES. for today 8 demands! : convenient terms.


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: EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m. : .1O MILLION RATE REDUCTION t .

W1 : Now more than ever before..it's a whole lot cheaper to go ALLELECTRICthan :
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Glades Livestock MarketASSOCIATION : so much for the enjoyment of modem Florida living! : ., .
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State, County & Municipal Bonds .... 34,000.00 .. 1/:/ ----
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Other Bonds and Securities 100,000.00 I,

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PagVSix' The Everglades Xew ,:Canal Point Florida'33488 Friday, July 10, 1964 ;:

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Glades Witnesses '' fi Meet( ,

To Jax ConventionOver :;Held On Tuesday


News Of The Churches J II j left Canal 12 Point of Jehovah's and Pahokee Witnesses this I meeting The WMU of the business First Baptist and program" rI :::-:

ch of Pahokee was held at the
week for a four-day "Fruitage of I
.. church, Tuesday. Mrs. Joe Thompson
the Spirit" district convention

The Methodist Church Holy Nativity The Pahokee ChurchOf scheduled to begin Thursday July I absence, vice of president Mrs. ,E.presided B. Gamble In the
9th at the Jacksonville, Forid.iColiseum ] .
Canal Point, FloridaRobert Episcopal ChurchPahokee The Nazarene according to Milea president.Mrs. .
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Wiley Tillls read the calen-
Crum, presiding minister of the
,. Pastor Rev. :Max O. Jones, Pastor der of prayer and Mrs. Guthrie
A. Shelley, Belle Glade, congregation, which
433 Bacom Point Rd. Colvard, program chairman,
SUNDAY: Rev. L. Ix>8sing, Vicar serves this are'a.Convention pre-
Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 sented the program "Religious
10:00: a. m.-Church School SUNDAY: officials still esti-
SUNDAY SERVICES: Liberty, a Baptist Heritage.". She
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship 10 a. m.-Sunday School mate an attendance of 13,000 to be
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School was assisted by Mrs. Claude Shirley -
t 6:30: p. m.-Youth Fellowship 11:00: a. m. -Worship Service present for the event sponsored by
7:30 . ... 11:00: a. m.-Sunday Worship Mrs. F. G. Gillis, Mrs. J. C.
: p. m.-Evenmg Worship: the Watchtower Bible and Tract
6:30: p. m.-Juniors Mock, Mrs. Joe Thompson, and
MONDAY: South Side ChurchOf Society, and the Jacksonville Con-
7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening: Mrs. W. A.' Keen. The closing;
m.-Youth
I 3:15: p. Choir practice gregations of Jehovah's Witnesses.
\ ChristBelle Evangelistic Service prayer was given by Mrs. Colvard.In .
t Requests for rooming accommodations -
: WEDNESDAY: the business
MONDAY meeting, Mrs.
2nd
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have been received from
Glade across from 7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer I Wiley Tillis, community missions
( 7:30: p. m.-Kstber::!: Class meet- states, Bahamas, Puerto Rico and
.I i"KTUESDAY Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 ,meeting. : chairman, announced that each
, : O:00: a. m.-Bible Study '"Where you, are a stranger but Canada. circle would plan their own Indi-
I "Regular meetings held at the I
11:00: a. m.-Sermon once." vidual mission
8:00 community for July.
m.-\Voman's
: p. Society i
Hall, S. E. Avenue
'. Service -- Kingdom on
Evening The
: 1st 6:30: p. m.- attendance banner was awarded
TuesdayWEDNESDAY 6:30: p. m.-Wed. Bible Study "G", in Belle Glade, will continue I the Lottie Moon circle.
: .. .. Church Of God, during the convention, since a majority -j . .
,-;7:30 p. m.-Prayer. Meeting Barfield ,HighwayPahokee of the congregation will be
St. Peter's Lutheran home, making plans to attend I Museum Director

a' First Methodist Church, Belle Glade I Fla.J. later conventions held in South I Goes To California

Church Pahokee W. Hughes, Minister Carolina," said Mr. Crum. I
August Koerber Pastor Phone 924.3736: Crum said that 600 volunteers in SARASOTA-Kenneth Donahue
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade SUNDAY: Jacksonville have been ,calling on director of the state-owned Ring.

.: John A. Bnley, Pastor SUNDAY: 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School householders since June. 14th ling Museums in Sarasota, has resigned -

SUNDAY 1' Divine Services 11 A. M. 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship searching for rooming accommodations his position to accept a postas
9:45: a. m.-Church School
', School 9:45 A... M. 7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser- for delegates expected to at- deputy director of the Los An-
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship -
r I viceTUESDAY tend. This is'in addition to hund- geles County Museum of Art, effective
.' 6:45: p. m.-MYF The Church Of God : reds of hotel and motel rooms be- in September.He .
7:45: p. m.-Evening Worship
",' 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service ing listed in the convention city. will go to a new museum
, rUESDAY: PahokeeCanal
Prophecy
THURSDAY: There are other delegates like, Mr. complex, budgeted over $10.5 mill-
I';:.,I 7:00: tice p. m.-Vesper Choir prac Point Road 7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ and Mrs. J. U. Morris, well-known ion, and scheduled' to be completednext

c-'II:.. ,WEDNESDAY: John H. Kinard, pastor Service . long-time Glade's residents, that April.
: will be with relatives in Donahue joined the
staying Ringling
' f 10:00 School
{ .' 7:45: p. m.-Mid-week devotions : a m.-Sunday
,1}t;,:, 11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service First Baptist the: Convention city. Museum staff as curator in' 1953
j. and was named director in 1957.
; :: 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac- 7:45: p. Evangelistic Service
,( Church Pahokee VISIT IN KENTUCKYMr. During his term as Ringling director
,',: ticeChurch I 8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. -
,,. ;,'' ; ., ]' . 8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. Guthrie and Mrs. :Marvin Crady and he expanded activities from a
' : : .. Everyone welcome. Special music W. Colvard. Pastor family and their daughter, Mrs. few months' program in the winter
t\i.:: .I'I Of Christ end singing. SUNDAY. : Harry Sheppard and sons, left season to a year round schedule or
. 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School Wednesday for Kentucky, where exhibitions, films, concerts; lect-
r, 125 N. W. Avenue D 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship they will visit his father, Albert ures and other activities.He .
S S. Phone WY 6-3867 Canal Point i I! 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship Crady, and her parents, Mr. and is a member of the' Govern-
. 6:30: m.-Training Union
p. Mrs. Ervin Sprowls. ing Council of Southeastern Museum
Belle Glade, Fla. Church -
Baptist WEDNESDAY: ..
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'.. { SUNDAY SERVICES Conference of the American
7:30: m.-Prayer Service
.
.. 3 10:00: a. m.-Bible Study Lawrence Stewart. Pastor p. -. GEORGIA VISITOR Association of Museums; chairmanof
.\: 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship SUNDAY: Mr. and Mrs. James W. Vann the Fine Arts Committee' of the .
"' ,/ 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School Glades Baptist ChurchRev. have as their guest this week their Florida World's Fair Authority;
" WEDNESDAY 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship niece Miss Selena Mulkey of and one of the organizers of the

.:", .G 7:30: p. m.-Bible Study 6:30: p. m.-Training Union ( Jonathan L.. Wolf) Ga. Florida Arts Council.

1#>:f,;1" '& ... 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship Meets in Pahokee Lions Club --- ---
"- -- CLASSIFIED ADS PAY Building. .
. WEDNESDAY: a,
.It. '''l .- BIO DIVIDENDS 7:30: p.' m.-Prayer MeetingAfter SUNDAY SCHOOL, 9:45: a. m. t:
'Ui I PREACHING::00 a. m. and t .
, ff.: .:' 7:30
"- p. m.

SUNDAY B. y, F.6:30: p. m. ;,. ..' :
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WED. PRAYER-7:30: p. m.. "
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VacationDo St. Mary's. Catholic

Church
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Father Francis Fenriech, Pastor ,
"
You Plan To Build?
Sunday Mass 11:30: a. m.
Confessions before Mass
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F t +R.faw.n
.. j First Baptist ;
Right of folks in the Gladesare
now, course, Church, Canal Point

thinking about vacations. With ,

Elder-Lester Reams

school out, crops harvested everything SUNDAY' :
9:45; : a. m.-Sunday School .
points to a few weeks of rest and 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship
6:30: p. m.-B. 'I. C.
recreation. Glades folks are enti: led'to"I \ 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship. .L ,
.
I TUESDAYS: ('.
t that after a busy season. .7:30 p. m.-choir practice.. :

r" v, WEDNESDAY- : q tO tif t-,

" 7:30: p.. m.. -Midweek" Prayer- ., ti '
However Serv1ce: ,
following vacation should1 THURSDAY:-Every other week '\ i 'I

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

...
, .Y; you will do well to visit Everglades I

Christian Science
Federal. Here you will find helpful -
, Point
, Group Of Canal .

folks when, it comes to arranging a "say* mom..we'reall ,:
Spiritual baptism will be emphasized -

loan. Stop in at our office in Belle Glade at all Christian Science out of milk!" <

or Pahokee. You'll be glad you did. churches this Sunday. ;:
"Blessed are the I pure in heart: . :
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for they shall see God" (Matt. S) J: i- ,. .. '. .. '. I !',
is the Golden Text which will begin .
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Everglades Federal the Bible Lesson on "Sacrament." : '" .
The theme will be carried t
through in related reading from i

Savings And Loan AssociationACCOUNTS "Science and Health with Key to Now that summer' here, the kids ara '

the Scriptures" by Mary Baker home for lunch
-and,you need to J keep
Eddy, including the following (p.
INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND 241): 'The baptism of Spirit, plenty of ne sq-rich milk on hand to

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The Everglades New, Canal Point Florida 33438 Friday July ,
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the whole exhibit which originally omo VISITORS APPRECIATION
Hurts develop,this month. the porpoise Dr. and Mrs. Walter :M. Hayncs, I would like to thank my many
25c Charge I The porpoise show at the exhibit was free except for kindness and
and family of Columbus, Ohio, accompanied friends for their
times
I was supposed to underwrite shows five a day.
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Birdie Schroterof thoughtfulness during my stay
(continued from page 1) $130,000 to $15OOOO a (Editor's Note: The 25c charge by Mrs.
I I the I Woodstock, 111. and Mrs. Rob I the hospital. I shall always remember
aide said "Well, the meeting was month operating costs of the whole will kill the- Florida Exhibit as
I Seidenfaden and children of'' these wonderful acts. May
not on the governor's schedule exhibit but crowds have been disappointing dead as a Dodo.) I ert ,
. Columbia, S. C. were guests God's richest blessing be upon
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The trip by Bryant follows a report until and admissions are not Gwenn, Dan and Dorette Wilson ly I of Dr. Haynes' each and everyone.
now' their home in Atlanta ,and sister,Mr. and Mrs. D. Brough-I I MRS. J. H. BORDEAUX
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to UPI from State Develop living up to expectations.To I have returned to . ....
Wen three-week visit ton Watkins, and family.CLASSIFIED I I
ment Commission Chairman take up the slack, the authority's Ga. after a Wroten has been a
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dell Jarrard that the Florida exhibit executive committee here with his grandparents. Mr. II
John Wilson, who motored ADS: PAY patient at Everglades Memorial
financially.
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would \ to Atlanta to take them home.' BIG DIVIDENDS'\ I Hospital this week.
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