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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: August 28, 1964
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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CLEO LEAVES THINGS' IN A MESSThe





third official hurricane of where removal will' take some I I and sudden gusts throughout. the were of the opinion that sugar .to replant.. Celery already set tookan
the present seasoncLEocameand time into the future. One Paho- afternoon kept most folks indoors. cane had been damaged as much awful,whipping in the big blow
went and left everything in a I kee councilman thought all debris Sightseers took to the streets and as $100 an acre. All sugar cane in but mostKof it will recover with a
general mess in the Lake Okee- I might be removed by'Christmas. I roads just as soon as they could I i the Lake Region is flat on tne few days of cloudy weather.
chobee Region. No lives were lost The hurricane smashed into thai twist their cars through the fallen J ground today following the crushing Electric;":power in Pahokee and
and the biggest loss was to sugarcane Lake Region full force shortly trees and palm fronds blown from I J winds of Thursday. Those Belle Glade'' went out with the
growing corn, shrubbery and I after nine o'clock Thursday morning yards into the streets. I growers; who have corn up and first big blow but was restored
trees. Folks were busy this (FrI- and the high winds prevailed]I Growers gathered in small j were hoping to hit the early October around four o'clock in the a Be r- .
day) morning getting debris raked I I until around noon. Shortly after groups Friday were passing out I market with fresh sweet corn, I noon Thursday. Electricity tlcPCS a-
from ,their yards to the sidewalks'I noon,hour the winds subsided some,opinions at the drop of a hat. Some J I are of the opinion that they'll have I ( continued on page/ five) J 0

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Paul Rardin Park On. State Road' 715'


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City Police Chief Job To Be RAMSEY8 Mr. and Mrs.AT James HOME Ramsey. are I Bill Bailey Named Road A county 715? between park located Belle Glade on State'and

I residing at 132-A Cypress Avenue Pahokee will be known in the future ,

following: their marriage August.. Realty I Appraiser as Paul Rardin Park, named

Filled By Council MondayA 18 Ramsey at Donaldsonvllle is the former, Ga.Wanda Mrs. I after County Commissioner Paul

Geiger, daughter of Mrs. Alary Bill J. Bailey, local Real ,Estate Rardin who has represented Dis -
Geiger, Tampa, Fla. Mr. Ramseyis Broker, has just been advised that trict 5 on the board for 20 years..f
$6,500 a year job as Police Funeral Services the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul he received a passing grade on At Monday's meeting of the
Chief in Pahokee will be filled at
Ramsey, Pahokee.
Required Examination number On county board the. Republican controlled -
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Monday night's meeting
\ written in connection with the Am- commission adopted a resolution -
the Council. There are eight applicants For Otto R. BleechOtto
for the job from which Sweet Corn GroupTo erican Institute of Real Estate' unanimously naming ,the
Appraisers two week course, Real ark'after the veteran Glades com,
Leon Guthrie resigned several
Estate Appraisal number One, at missioner
'".. weeks ago. The 'chief gave his Roode Bleech, 66, 1047 Ba- I I
Organize Sept. 9 the University Virglnia. uring' 'Commissioner! George Warren
wife's health as reason for resigning cot Point Road, Pahokee, died;
the period of Juno 10-27, 1964. asked that the board adopt a resolution -
from the job to which he has
&. been elected seven times.' early Wednesday morning Ever- As of December 31, 1963, the naming the park after Rar-.
Sonny Brown and Guy Woods of glades".Memorial Hospital. He was The organizational meeting of firm of C. A Bailey, Real Estate, din and that a dedication ceremonybe
Pahokee are two out-in-the-open associated with Bratley-Bleech In- the members of the Florida Sweet established at 8 West Avenue A, held some time before, January

aspirants for the Chief's job. Each surance Company Belle Glade. A Corn Advisory Committee is sched- Belle Glade in 1942, was purchased 1, the time when the veteran
Bill J. and of 1, Glades commissioner will leave the
has his own group backing him resident of Pahokee since October uled for 10 a. m., Wednesday, Sep- by Bailey as April
1964, incorporated in the firm board.
with recommendations to membersof 1939, Mr. Bleech a native of was
tember
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t of Bill J. Inc. Said ',Commissioner Rardin of
the City CouncI); The decision name Bailey,
; Jerome, Michigan, ,coming here/ ,
,, !. will come after Police: Commissioner from St. Cloud, Fla. County Glades Office 'Building in Bill Is they' principal Broker of the board's action -"this comes.as
Harry B. Elarbee makes his recommendation -. He was a member of the Holy Belle Glade, Florida.'These are the the firm, with the following Reg- an anniversary present. It was 30
to the council. Mon- Nativity Episcopal Church, Paho- committeemen recommended by istered Licensees: C. A. Bailey and years ago today that the Rardins..
the: industry at their annual meet- O. R. Bleech as Broker-Salesmen; moved to Canal Point to take up
day night. kee, the Rotary Club, Elks Lodge
"Most all of the applicantat'Elarbee \ 1638, Everglades Masonic Lodge ing and appointed by Commissioner Ruby I. Bailey, Joy B. Payne and residence."
of Agriculture Doyle"Conner to Howard Salesmen.Bill The park is located land
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stated, "requested their 211, Belle Glade American Legion, Payne as on
be withheld all serve during the 1964-65 season. has been a Registered Real Rardin secured from the State cf '
names as they are Past Patron of the Eastern Star
Following organization, the Estate Broker since 1955 and Florida several with the
years ago
working and doi I not want to jeopardize and a veteran of World War 1.
their present jobs." Mr. Bleech is survived by his Committee will make recommendation -I manager of his Father's business plan/that it would ,be developednto
- to the Commissioner of Agriculture I for the past four years, before the a county park. Many picnic
wife, Mrs. Marian Bleech; one son I
for initial regulations, transfer ,this past December. He shelters and barbecue pits havd
Dr. David Bleech, Ft. Pierce; one
Paper Ballots In sister, Mrs. Ella Wilcox, Jackson, which will be in effect during the says the successful completion of been built and the park la growing.

-- - -- Mich.; one half brother Miles:: 1964-65 sweet corn marketing sea- the coure in Virginia is just one In popularity every day.,
son, along with such other business "small' step toward the MAl designation -
School Bond Bleech, Jackson, ,Mich.; and two I - .
VotingVoters grandchildren. as will properly come before it. as a Professional Appraiser ,.

... Proceeding him In'death is one [ All interested growers are urg- which he hopes to''obtain in the ,
ed to attend.Belle. future. Adult Classes
and'one
going to the polls for theNovember daughter, Karian".Jeoan ,
., election son, Lt. J. G. 'TJBNR'' Otto Rosa .
be.ti
general ; will

j: ,. using both _machines, and paper' Bleech._Requiem. Mass .will be. said;''by Glade Will Get A Pahokee Sept. 2 &.3.

ballots as a result of county commission Father Larry;Leasing at,8:3O a. m.
i' action Monday. Saturday 'at the Holy Nativlttf(: Advance registration for adult
\.. The board adopted a resolution Episcopal Church, Pahokee., Funeral -' O8.8seawill be held at Pahokee
calling for the use of paper ballots services will be Saturday New B&B Super MarketSomebody High School on Wednesday and

for a school board bond election- I the Elks Club at 0SO: a. m. con- Thursday nights September 2 and
ballots which will be used by freeholders ducted by the Elks. Interment will 3, from 7:30 to 9:30: each evening, ;
eligible to vote on the be at St. Cloud. has been reading' the super market. Belle Glade today i according to an announcement today -
bonds. Pall Bearers are Sam McKlns publicity blurbs going out of the I has two Kwik Chek grocery storesa by Paul L. Phillips Directorof
All other political races plus 13 try. Jr.,.E. D. Sims, Gene Bradley, Glades area carrying a lot of Information - new one opened recently and Adult Education. At the present '
amendments, on which,all voters Howard Payne. James Vann, and about the ever the old one that has been there for time four different classes are
can ballot, will be 'on the voting Eugene Reed. Wetherington Funeral ing sugar cane industry in increas-I years. I scheduled to be offered, and these

machines. I Home is in charge of arrange-. I tion. Evidently these same folks The property on which the new. are: ((1) high school review Eng
Frank Sakaer, voting' machine ments. have failed to read the daily sugar market will be built is located on lish and Social Studies; (2) high
custodian told the board this week . price on world sugar-four cents Avenue E in Belle Glade and was school review Math and Science;
that difficulty Is being experienced SHIKLEYS. AT HOME per pound today compared with 11 bought by City Markets, Inc., of (3)) General Shop; (4)) Art. Brooks i
in finding room on the machine Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shirley have and 12 cents a year ago. Tampa last spring for $35,000 from M. ,Henderson, senior high principal -
for listing the amendments to be returned home after a two 'week Outside concerns have been in- Gay Hopkins, a Belle Glade business ,, will .act as evening coordinator 4
voted on. vacation spent in Georgia, and creasing their outlets in the Glades man. for> .the adult classes ,
To,try and put the'bond issue on North Carolina. They were also ever since the sugar boom started. H. S. McNairy, vice president of Additional classes] may be offer-
, the machines, Sakser said, would the guests of Mrv:and Mrs. A. D. Pahokee has two new grocery the construction firm, said it maybe ed if there is sufficient demand.. A '''.
present a problem'Of locking >out Beverly at their summer, home in stores the Great Atlantic and about 10 days before equipment minimum of ;'IS must be enrolled: .
; ineligible voters.In Mountain City Tenn..' Pacific Tea Company and Time necessary to begin actual construction to schedule any one class. The t.
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; elections, the county commission BAPTIST WMTT MEETING' Now comes another great chain tember 8 and details will be furnished -
,' *01 asked that precinct workers of theIr The Canal Point Baptist WMU store for Belle ,Glade -' the Bever site.Clearing and filling the land ito to each person who comes,in
?, \\1 future be fully versed in their will hold their regular business family has decided to.build a BAD be accomplished prior to the to register. There, is no tuition
o duties before being allowed to I meeting at the church. Tuesday at Super Market on Avenue E in Arrival of Walter Brooks, who will charge-just 'a small $3.00.'regI- .i
work at the polls.Continued. 8 p. m. Mrs R. T. Smith will pre I Belle Glade Other shopping facilities be superintendent in charge of stration fee and the cost of whatever 'ii
( on p.... 8) side. will be' built around the new construction. book .is used in each class. : :
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Page Two The Everglades News. Canal Point, Florida 33438
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I Boat Ramps To Be Racing:

Cattle..Field Day Abandoned On Lake Start On Nov. 26 .


Scheduled Aug. 28 Two county-boat ramps which :MIAMI Florida's- ,,126 day%)

residents on Lake thoroughbred racing season for
) serve Glades
: Th,;; Several hundred representatives Okeechobee one at Lake Harbor 1964-65 gets underway at Tropical

: from Florida's $77 million a year and another between Belle Glade for I Park, on Nov. ,26 and concludes

beef cattle industry will attend the17th and Pahokee, are destined April 23, 1965, at Gulfstream Park.

II [I "field day at the Range Cattle abandonment.Changes in the dike? surrounding The dates were set by the Florida

Experiment Station in Ona Aug. Lake Okeechobee may require State Racing Commission.
28. abandonment of the ramps since The Tropical Park season will
it of 43 days' between Nov.
consist
Dr. W. G. Kirk, Vice Director In the county commission says
\ can't afford to construct approach 26 and Jan. 15. Hialeah takes over
Charge, said this will be an opportunity -
roads to the according to Jan. 16 and continues through
The Rardin In Canal Point FloridaTHE for cattlemen observe ramps
;:- Building: ,. to plans set forth by the U. S. En March 3.Gulfstream.
and discuss the different of
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\ Park has been as-
LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF the Station's research programand 1 gineers.
Meantime, the commission votedto signed the dates of March 4
', how it applies to their farm or seek where boat through April 23, and Sunshine
new areas
: THE EVERGLADES NEWS ranch. He said 16 research areas
: from crossbreeding to new pasture I ramps could be placed without Park in Tampa will be active Jan.
having to face the possibility of 21 through March 24.
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without grasses and legumes will be em- roads. .. -
J -*.; Interruption Every Week for 40 Years phasized at the event. building expensive. approach
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The days will begin with two Eastern Star GroupTo
Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday
tours of the station and will feature Commissioners Will
Founding
Subscription, Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe < Observe
dinner sponsored by the

Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn Hardee County Cattleman's Asso- Attend ConventionCounty The Pahokee and Belle Glade
Canal Point. Florida, as Second Class Matter ciation.
Morning speakers include Ralph Commissioners this week Eastern Star Chapters will meet
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher Cellon, Sr., Florida'Cattleman's made plans to attend the State Association Jointly at' the Canal Point Com-
Association president; P. E. Williams of County Commissioners munity Center, Saturday, August
retired Davenport rancher; meeting next month where 29 to observe the annual founders

Here Is What Transpired At Monday'sMeeting Dr. E. M. Hodges, Experiment Commissioner Lake Lytal, Association day program known as Robert
Morris Day. Mrs., H. C. Graham,
Station'agronomist; and Dr. E. T. president, will be presiding.The
Of The Palm Beach York, Jr., University of Florida state meeting will beheld at Pahokee, and :Mrs. Ray Browne,
I I Provost for Agriculture Clearwater, September 13 through Belle Glade, will be in charge of
Afternoon speakers are F. M. 16. the program. This will be a covered
:County CommissionCounty Peacock, Experiment Station asso- Because of the state meeting, dish supper for members- and their
ciate animal husbandman; Dr. T. the board voted to cancel its reg- families.
ular set for 14 and .
E. McCaleb, 'Experiment Station meeting Sept.
commissioners this,week I 1 I and paving of 40th street, both assistant soils chemist; and Dr. reschedule the meeting on September VISIT IN BOCA BATON.
found themselves ,hard pressed to roads leading to the new Florida assistant agronomist; Dr. C. L. 21.ALDRIDGES. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Maxson spent
keep up with requests for sidewalks Atlantic University. Dantzman, Experiment Station Saturday as the guests of theJrson
to 'keep youngsters out of I The commission decided to review Kirk. ARE HOME and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob
the road while walking to school. I its committmenta for road After an afternoon question session Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Aldridge and Maxson and small son Todd in
With the opening of school only construction to serve the college a tour to inspect cattle on children returned this past week- Boca Raton. They were also the
a week away, the board acted on college since the city's proposal feed will be conducted.The end from a vacation visit with her guest of Mrs. Maxsons father, C.
several requests which included a was believed to be1 a greater ex- Range Cattle Station is located brother and family, Capt. and Mrs. Y. Scroggin in Lake Worth.
sidewalk along Purdy Lane from penditure than had been originallysince off state road 663 near Ar- Charles McCurdy and family at -,. -
Military Trail to the new Forest the city's proposal was be- cadia. The Station was establishedin Myrtle Beach, S. C. and with relatives Mr. and Mrs. John Zimmermanhad
Hill 'Elementary t..School; voted to lieved to be a greater expenditurethan 1964 to investigate (1) feeding, In Tignall and Elberton, Ga. as their guests Tuesday, his
build a walkway along Acre Home had been originally promisedby breeding, and management of beef 1 - uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Pete
Boulevard that stretch of road the county commission at the cattle, ((2)) production of quality Mrs. Bob Meyer and son were' Lewis and son Jim of Dayton, Ohio,
which is outside the city limits of time road plans for the universitywere forage on Florida sandy cut-over the guests this week of Miss Cyndy and his aunt, Mrs. Harold Brownof
Riviera Beach which would servo first drafted. pinelands. Friend in West Palm Beach. Jupiter.
John F. Kennedy High School and
took under advisement a requestfor ". .
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a walkway along Prosperity ...
Farms Road leading to Allamanda .
School.
'In action the board
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, had ing manda authorized a connecting School and a sidewalk road learned to border-Alla this Lost any farm machinery lately ? -

, this week that only a portion of
the walk had been completed. Engineer

t. George Frost said the project You may be losing more than you think. That is, if dirt, rust; ';
' 'had not been approved, as yet;
by the Town of Palm Beach Gard- exposure and improper lubricants are killing your equipment in.its prime. ":

ens and to so that the walk town's was city only limits.completed "/ The Standard Oil Man will be glad to recommend lubricants and methods "'

The commission also voted to that will keep your machinery,humming-and extend its useful life. r
delay action on a new road providing -
access to Allamanda School I' Ask him about Standard MP Grease, the improved : '

since'both the school board and the ', lubricant to service machines. .
:, ': all-purpose your
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asked a change in plans for alignment -' I
of the road. of
On the level of higher education,
the commission received a request ,
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City of ': ',
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Farm"Service local Oliver farm

equipment dealership, attended A
Oliver Corporation's, "Growing O" g r' w'<
field'' demonstration: at 'the Henry
13Iitcn farm near Statesboro: Georgia -
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The 'sneak preview"' was presented wvJf..u
under tight'' security pre-
: cautiona to dealers from throughout -
several states in this area. The
outstanding features and capabilities 0 Y
of Oliver's new products for
the coming fall, winter, and spring 5"n
under
seasons were demonstrated
actual field operating conditions, in :.
competition with other makes of },
machines in the same size classes.S. i,1!
W. White, Jr., and his top ::1'to
management team from the Chi .
< cago headquarters of the farm and
:: Industrial equipment subsidiary of .
;1 The White Motor Company took .

, :i. the wraps off a broad range of new
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products which will be ready for ,
distribution to dealers and custom- A I A = a
'f. ers later this year.
I::; The 'all-day field event was one

of nine such demonstrations being ...
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Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nason Mrs. Doris Sullivan and children
spent this past weekend in New of Bonifay are the guests of her;
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Orleans. They were accompanied brother and family Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Maxwell Ro-
by Mr.' and Mrs. Will Nason who L. D. Duke. Mrs. Sullivan will re- land of Belle Glade, announce the
traveled on to Houston. Texas main in Pahokee until Mrs. Duke is birth of a son, Toby Gene. Born
I'' where ''Mr. Nason entered :Metho able to return from Pennsylvania August 21.
dist Hospital to undergo tests. where she was called by the Illness
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frank.Mc-
Mrs. Wiley Tillis[ spent several I of her father. Clelland of Clewiston, announcethe
days this past week at the guest of Miss Gail Tillery returned to her
birth of a son, James Bryan
her sister-in-law and family Mrs. home in St. Marys Ga., Wednesdayafter born August 23.Candidates.
Lawrence Jaudon at Wauchula. a week visit with her uncle .
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Latham and and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Paul Till-

son Homer were the guests'' of Mr. ery and son Reid. Tell
and Mrs. James Latham in Atlanta Mrs. A. B. Scnenefelt and son
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Ga., last week. Michael of Levittown, Penn. have
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Levins and returned to their home after a visit' Of Millions Spent

their son and family Mr. and Mrs with her father and family Mr.
Harry Levins and son Mickey of and Mrs. C. G. Willis in Pahokee.
West Palm Beach, are vacationing Mrs. Lois White and son Phil- TALLAHASSEE-Tom Adams
at Salerno Beach this week. lip, have been the guests of rela- Secretary of State, has reportedthat
Misses Hazel Sheppard and Car- tives in Homestead this week. the six Democratic and three
olyn Maxson have moved to their Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Johnson and Republican candidates for governor
Lake Worth apartment where they family returned Saturday from a spent $2,671,268 during the two
will reside while attending Palm vacation spent touring Georgia primary campaigns. Jacksonville',
Beach Junior College.. Enroute home they attended tt Mayor Haydon Burns topped the
Miss Diane Hollon and Miss Gail medical convention at Daytona list with $750,332: and he will
Sears plan to leave this weekendfor Beach. spend more money as ,the, November -
Lake Worth to begin their Mr. and Mrs. Bill Moss and general elections approach.
Beach Col- to return this . .
studies,at Palm Junior family are expected
lege.Mr. week from a family."camp out"vacation 6 MOVES TO ALABAMARon
and Mrs. Ralph Maxson and in the mountains of North McAnally Public Health
daughter<< Brenda, have returned Carolina. Advisor for this area, is making

home after spending the 'summer Mrs. Arthur Bush' is the guest wi .. w. -.3.. plans to move to Decatur Ala.,
with her,parents in Louisiana.Mr. of her son-in-law and daughter MRS. WILLIAM SLOAN PLUMER JR. next week. Mr.,McAnally has made
and Mrs. Rupert Mock and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elder in his home with Mayor and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Friend of Pa- Jacksonville, this week. I Duncan Padgett ,for the past two
hokee and' Mr., and Mrs. Bill Rog- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tillery and I I Miss Mary Ellen Draley Becomes Bride Of years.
ers of South:.Bay spent his past son Reid arrived home Sunday aftera .
William S. Plumer Jr. On 22nd
weekend at West End Bahama. vacation visit with his mother I August
I I Former Resident
C. G.' Coburn is the guest of his I' and family at Metter and St. I
nephew and family Mr. and Mrs. Marys. Ga. They were accompanied Miss Mary Ellen Draley daughter denias. Dies In Conway, S. C.
Frank Oliver at Boston Mass. home by their niece. Miss Gall of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Clifford After a trip to Nassau Mr. an*! I I

Mr. andjMjr a,, Steve Turnbull of Tillery of St. Marys. Draley of Hampton, Va., be- Mrs. Plumer will make their home Mrs. S. G. Cox of Conway S. C.,
,,,,1n Durham, N. C. where both are
Miami ,were the weekend guests of Pfc. Ronnie Gamble of Camp
came the bride of William Sloan and a former resident of Pahokee
Col. and Mrs. W. S. Evans. Lejeune, N. C., is spending a five Plumer Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Seniors--at-Duke- University.- died August 10, at the home of her
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelly of Ft. day leave with his parents Mr. and
William Sloan Plumer of Pahokee daughter. Mrs. J., C. Smith. Fun-
Pierce were the recent guests of Mrs. E. B. Gamble.Mr. August 22 at St. Rose of Lima Rardin Starts His eral services were held at the Con-
their son-in-law and daughter ,Mr. and Mrs. Lee; Shirley and Church in Hampton, Va. way Baptist Church on August 12.
and Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Jr. and children returned last week from a Tha; Reverend John O'Hara per- I Mrs. Cox is survived by five
children. two week vacation, spent in Winston formed the double ring ceremony.The 4th Decade In C. P. daughters. Mrs. J. C. Smith, Con-:
Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Tillis motored Salem and Highlands, N. C.
wedding music was presented way; Mrs. B. C. Sims. Pahokee;
to Stuart Sunday where they Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Watkins and by Mrs. M. H. King Jr. I Mrs. Jimmy Menenbez Jacksonville '
met his mother "Granny" Thus, children spent this past weekend The bride, given in marriage by On Monday'morning of this I I ; Mrs. Russel Graham. Con-
k who was returning from a visit in Georgia. Enroute home they her father wore a formal gown of week at 8 o'clock Paul Rardin way; Mrs. W. P. Herring, Miami;
with her daughter. at St. Simons visited Six Gun Territory in Ocala. cameo silk face peau. The bodice, I started his fourth decade as editor:I one son J. M. Cox, Miami and
Island, Ga. Mr. and Mrs., R. B. Chastain. Jr., .
banded with Chantllly lace enriched of The Everglades News. ,At' that :I twenty grandchildren.Visit .
Mrs. Judy Sapp is a patient in and children, Debbie and Jody
with seed pearls! was 'fashioned I eventful hour? 30 years ago Editor
the local hospital where. she. is undergoing have returned to their home in .with Sabrlna- neckline 'and Ions Rardin' walked into ThQ Everglades H' _
tests. South Miami after a visit with her .
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sleeves
ending wedding*
points. News office- for the first time to
f Mr. and Mrs. Julian Branch have parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Plattin I
Pine
The sheath skirt featured a full go to work.;.'He became owner of t IslandI
returned from Palm Beach Pahokee.
Royal chapel train, accented
. by appliques the paper in,1937.
+. where they spent this past week- of lace on the side panels. Her veil Mr. and Mrs. Rardin came to FORA

end.Mr. Nazarenes School of imported silk illusion was arranged Canal Point from Mooro Haven Fishing.Vacation
and Mrs. Lon Wilson had
on a self petal cap, touched where he worked a short time be- .
as weekend guests. Mr. and Mrs. with seed pearls. She carried a cascade fore being transferred here from * .,
( Woodrow Bush of Colquitt, Ga. Will End This WeekA bouquet of white roses miniature that Glades town. The Rardins
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Boatwright variegated 'ivy and baby's live on Third street in Canal Point BURNHAM INN .

r returned Sunday from a visit ,with breath. where they have lived for a major- Air Conditioned Efficiencies
his brother and sister-in-law Mr. two-week Bible School will end Miss Diane Draley sister of the ity of the 30, years they've been
;4'l and Mrs. C. R. Boatwright at Tal- this week at the Church of the bride was maid of honor. Brides here. $35 wk. for 2 people

lahassee. I Nazarene in Pahokee for children maids were Miss Patricia Cury- Throughout the 30 years Rardin Restaurant.Nearby
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson and ansky of Hampton, ;Va., Miss Lura has been an ardent civic worker
\ family returned Sunday from a vacation between the.ages of 3 and 14 years. Payne of Belmont N. C., and Miss and Mrs. Rardin has carried on her Phone OW 89851St.

spent in North Carolina and The school opened Monday Aug. Jann Plumer of Pahokee Florida regular duties as pianist for the .
Salt Springs. Florida.Classified. 17 and will continue through Friday sister of the bridegroom.The Canal Point Baptist church. He James City, Fla.
Aug. 28 with dally classroom maid of honor wore a formal served two years in the State (Near Fort Myers)
sessions from 9 to 11:30: a. m. length gown of yellow brocaded Legislature and Is rounding out 20 Free Boat RampPRINCE
I Ir Mrs. Max D. Jones is superintendent taffeta. The bridesmaids were years as the Glades member on the

i Ads of the school which has as gowned alike in aqua. The brocaded Palm Beach County Commission. ,
Its theme. Discovering God's Way." Empire bodice was designed Next February ,another member,
Y Assisting t her as teachers and with Sabrina neckline and butterfly of The Everglades News' force will n I...'lAin I..n. I......,...,,.......,...,...,,....._
POSITIVELY iril want ads or workers are Emily Butler, Grace sleeves. The gowns featured an celebrate 30 years doing one thing :
classifieds as you wish'to call Jones Grace Russom Ellen Bakes A-line'peau' taffeta skirt. Each welL In February.rJ"i.: J. .T. Platt :
THEATRESUNDAY'
them are payable in ad' from er, Polly Masslngale. vnmcG wore* al flowered cap with nosevell will haye been witq,this.newspaper ,
'!'" his day forward(;; Don't p4Or 'em. Wades Helen i Sutler., Carolyn Me- "find they carried: : uaus.'bouquets for 30 :years as fofemanvof. 'themerbhanical AuOKi. ",:",
I Write it and drip ,a doUa*bill in' Hendry, Gevena Britt Nina Shirley "of white xshasta Uaisies"Sand?yellow department,.", .J I' -, ...... :.-., .... t' ", ,, ,.."
the envelopejpu'[ win% it run, IJ Eva Matf'lXosley Sue.Ruther sweetheart roses. l ij* ?r v.I:I>P.T *' c ...-.<. r',1 :: ;r r, .; .. ,: I. .1
once. 92 If yqfi want,it run.twice ford Naney Moore and Mrs' Clarence Donna and Patricia Baals of :Cancer' Crusade In : t' .1
. .... MONfAYTUESDAAUOVST .
and so on. / "Moore. .t.F Newport'-News Va;. .were flower- : :: ...
L r . girls. They wore formal length +;Year Round Work 1-8EPT.1.;:,. ..::1....
roB SALE: New and Used Whys Milk Board Plans gowns of yellow organza over taffeta -' "ENSIGN
r Jeeps. Walter" Ashley's Garage and yellow organza floral Durng the coming twelve months
in Belle Glade. Phone 6.3058. To Stabilize, Industry caps. They carried baskets of rose hundreds of volunteers of County PULVER"ROBERT .
Oct. 17-54-ch. petals. units of the Florida Division of the '

HOUSE FOR' SALE: Almost new ORLANDO Meeting hen recently David Simonson of Pahokee:I American Cancer Society will con WALKER AND

CB home. 3 br 2 bath completely the Florida Milk Commission Florida, was best man. Groomsmenwere I I Unue to be engaged in year-round BURL IVES .
furnished $..000 cash including came up with a plan to stabil- Leonard Jett cousin of: cancer,control programs. Involving (IN COLOR) .
milk which of W. Va.,'1 public and professional education
owner's equity and furniture. Bal- ize Florida's industry groom Harrisvnie 'I
would make Florida milk competi Douglas Cotter of Skyland. N. C..I research and patient services.
ance like rent. Also FOR SALE: V-'I"V I"U"I4.V-"I. II4.V4.u.II"v/ ,..... .....
and James The announcement made n I. T
tive with imported milk on a price Draley of Hampton. was
50 acres of muck land the old
on basis. Va., brother of the bride. this week in a report to the So
'y Pahokee-Belle Glade Road. Price Reaction to the proposal was not Mrs. E. R. Guryanaky of Hampton ciety's headquarters in Tampa by
reduced. See call
or Dan Carpenter favorable as It was termed Impractical -' Va., was mistress of ceremon- Harry P. Greep Ft. Lauderdale.
Realtor. Telephone 4-7153 resIdence this volunteer Crusade
and probably unconstitution- year's
4-7235.: .Juty 3 tfc al. ies.Mrs.. Draley chose for her daughter's Chairman. ..nomy mod.| lW

FARM LAND FOR LEASE960acres Acting Chairman E. Robert wedding a sheath turquoise Creep's report stated that as of wlnfl maohln.b7SINGER. '

South Bay Area. 320 acres Langley who explained the proposal brocade dress with matching Jacket I I August ;,18,' contributions amounting 1
Pahokee area well developed well said it was still in rough form and a corsage of yellow sweet-I I to more than $1.11COOO.had
drained. $5O.OO acre, yearly lease. and when the plan was finally heart roses. Mrs. Plumer been made to the Society's cancerI
Phone 924-5711.: Lewis Buckner. worked out it would be mailed to peacock blue crepe sheath with I!! control fund by Florida citizens S595O'"
He side-back of i businesses, industries and !-
; the; Industry representatives. drape and a corsage I I organ'I
t' July 3 tfc.WHAT'S '
urged the industry to keep an open white .sweetheart roses and yellow sations.It .
IN THE ATTIC that you mind until after they have studied feathered carnations. 'I was also .reported that forty- l j
don't need? A $1.00 classified ad the proposal. A reception was held at Straw- two county >,units had exceeded
.In" this column will probably find The industry has been in a stateof berry Banks Manor House. their' goals ' $y you a sal*. Just write your ad, en- confusion since the U. S. Supreme For traveling the bride wore a twentyfve'ACS Units would add Mercantile Co. .
close a dollar and we'll do the rest.The Court ruled that it could costume consisting of an aqua silk to the fund before August 31 which 2M SOUTH LAKE AVE.v
Everglades News, Canal Point not discriminate against milk from print dress and aqua linen coat. marks the''end of. the Society's fiscal PAHOKEE FLORIDAr

!, nL. other states. Her corsage was of white ,'gar ,. year.. ..J J
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J/'rldayIlugust 28, 1964
The Everglades ewe. Canal Point, Florida 3M3S Page Five

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Armstrongs Will Fishing Rules In Miners Sons Home

A YOUR GOVERNMENT: Celebrate 50 Years '
Alan and Steve Miners have returned -
Co. Office I
A Dr. 'and Mrs. L. W. Armstrong Judges' after a five week session at
WEEKLY
REPORT BYrE will celebrate their 50th wedding I Camp Rldgecrest for Boys, Ridge-

anniversary on Saturday September TALLAHASSEE Fishermenare crest, N. C. At the closing ceremony -

5 at their home on Bacom now able to obtain the new August 16, both boys received -

Point Road In Pahokee. They are fresh water sport fishing rules and outstanding awards.
pioneer citizens of Pahokee. The regulations at the offices of all Alan received the honorary rankof

FARRIS BRYANT Armstrongs plan an open house County Judges and their author- Little Chief, highest rank, a,
Governor of Florida I between eight o'clock and ten ized fishing license agents. camper may obtain. Steve receiveda

o'clock on' their anniversary date. A. D. Aldrich director of the certificate of achievement for

Now that the smoke has cleared some of the fiscal structure with- No invitations are being mailed Florida Game and Fresh Water outstanding gymnastic and bask-

from the controversy over Florida's I out weakening proper controls.I out but friends of the couple are Fish Commsslon, at the same tim. etball in his tribe and was also

higher education system some of really hope that we can work cordially invited to attend, reminds all fishermen that they honored by being chosen Honored

the fundamental problems involvedare out some plan under which real may also obtain the new 1964- :5 Camper of the Apache Tribe.
coming into sharper M Mrs. Curtis Miners, the boys'
focus. policy matters are decided by tin fishing licenses at offices of all
Unfortunately, there has been policy making Board of Control, County Judges and license agents. mother attended the closing exer-

injected Into the public discussions which is for the most part the way Changing Ag Needs Fishing in fresh water without the cises and was accompanied home

growing out of the resignation of it operates now, and the details of new license is a violation of Ins by her two sons.Mackey .

Dr. Gordon W. Blackwell as President administration are left to the Executive Made Available"In law and such fishermen will be -

of Florida State University! Director of the Board and subject to arrest. Aldrich said, Airlines

much extraneous matter and some the university administrators.We License fees are $3 for residents
personalities which have cloudedthe I $8 for non-residents. A non-resi-
have made more In
progress order to keep credit service
real issues. higher education in Florida dur- dent 14-day continuous license Is I Showing A ProfitFORT
The thing that I efficient and geared to the changIng and
concerns me ing the past few years than any $3.25, a non-resident fivedaycontinuous
about this controversy which !is comparable period in history In needs of agriculture, officials:: fishing license is $2.20.

probably very good because *t the face of the most vigorous of the Farmers Production Credit LAUDERDALE-Mackey

brings a lot of things out in the growth in the nation but much. Association are participating in Children's Wear Airlines has reported record Increases -

open that need to be in that we more remains to be done in the Management Development Insti- in profit, revenue and pas-
are really talking about adminis- future. tutes," according to Chas. B. Long, Show In New York sengers for the first six months of

tration rather than ''education. Our .. .. Jr., General :Manager of the Asso- this year.

educational system is good. The ciation. TALLAHASEE A month-long The announcement was made by

real controversy arises over the Complete FacultyFor G. L. Lanham, Assistant Secre- fashion show featuring children' Col. Joseph Mackey president of

method of administering that edu- tary-Treasurer and Branch Office wear made in the Miami area !s the airline whch has become a

cational system. Manager of Belle Glade, and MerleE. underway at the Florida Show- leading air carrier to the Bahama
Pahokee
Under the present plan which HighThe Palmer, Representative', have case In Rockefeller Center in New Islands. Mackey planes he an- .
has been in effect since 1005 the just returned from a three-day In- York City The show got underway nounced, carried 108,505 passengers ':

Board of Control has the responsibility Pahokee1 stitute' held in Columbia. South August 14, acording to the Florida' in this six month period com-
of general supervision and Junior-Senior High Carolina. Development Commission. I pared to 58,467 In the first. six
School '
coordination of the universities in is starting the new school Instructors at the Institute included The show features sports wear. I months of 1003."Freeport's ; "
year with a complete faculty Including -
the state system. officials of Rogers, Slade swimw\ear\ and cruise wear pro- rapidly expanding "
six teachers. Two of
This lay Board performs several the new and Hill a Management ConsultingFirm .duced by 20 manufactuerrs in the facilities and the reality of' legal.
teachers
new Mrs.
roles. It represents the citizens of and James Threlkeld GladyiHarrington of New York, and officers of : Miami area for youngsters ranging ized gambling on that island have
the Federal Intermediate Credit justified the increase", said Colonel
I in from toddlers to the pre-
the State and reflects as accurately are transfers from the Canal Point age
Bank of Columbia. Case materials teens. The manufacturers make up Mackey. "Activity on other islands
it the wishes of the School, together with the Seventhand '
as can peo-
group discussions, and decision the Florda Children's Wear Manu- has also added impetus".
ple of the' State regarding the op- Point Eighth School.Grades from the Canal making problems offered an opportunity facturers' Guild of Miami Beach. Freeport, on Grand Bahama Island -

eration of the educational institu- Also for the exchange of This Is the first mass showcase has grown to become'a competitor .

tions. It also represents the Insti- staff will new on be the Miss school's' teaching Hudson ideas and practice in practical application exhibit of 'apparel produced In Mi- with Nassau as the numberone

tutions In dealing with the govern- home economics John Joyce of the principles skills I am, which Is now recognized as the international base for Mackey.
ment. By statute the Board Is leg ; Sprlggs and tools of management, Mr. second largest apparel manufact- .
commercial studies Joe Jones
;
ally responsible for what happen English and Donald Long said.According. uring center in the country. The VISITS GRANDPARENTS
in the Institutions under its juris- social studies.; Mr. Thompson is to Mr. Lanham and guild estimates the value of its annual Alan Rogers five year old son "
Thompson a
diction. The appointed Board of local man who graduatedwith Mrs. Palmer the program topics production at $30 million. of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Rogers I
Control acts subject to the super- young' included: principles and practicesin I __ 4- Miami Is the guest this week of
the Pahokee High SchoolClass :
vision and control of the elected Mr. and Mrs. I '
of 1959 before going to col effective organization; purposeand Mr. and Mrs. R. it. Henderson his grandparents. .
State Board of Education.The lege. use of position ,descriptions; returned to their home Saturday John Rogers of Pahokee1, due to I
State Budget Commissionhas understanding your job and hand- the arrival of a baby. sister Susan
It Is expected the transfer of the after a week visit with her sister
the responsibility for supervising two upper grades from the Canal ling delegated authority; determ- Mrs. Clara Scott at Abbeville, Ala., Lynn. Susan was born August 24th I
certain financial aspects, spec- Point School to Pahokee will give ining objectives goals and policies; where they were Joined by their at Northshore Hospital in Miami.
ially assigned to it by act of the salary administration; appraisingwork I' .
Mrs. James
Pahokee Junior High a sharp boostin daughter and family, f !
Legislature.One enrollment, as many as 50 more performance; ,counseling on;: Barne and children of Warner' CLASSIFIED ADS PAY,, .
of the areas of administration students. ' work performance; improving the Robbing Ga. BIO DIVIDENDS
in which sharply image parliamentary' procedure
opinions are Other than the six new teachers ; ;
divided is that of budgetary and Impact of personality; the new look . - ., - -- -- ..
listed above, the staffs of the ad-
fiscal controls.For in credit management; managingyour
ministrative personnel, faculty A,mettaye from the Treasury of a free people 'I'
instance, the Legislature has secretaries cafeteria manager and time; and improving your
said that Commissionmust communication skills.
the Budget custodians at the Pahokee Junior- .'
salaries The farmer-owned and operated
approve faculty eye1 1I
Senior High School will be the
amounting to $15,000 or over and Farmers Production Credit Asso-
same as last
year.TBWotkers I
administrative salaries of $12,500or ciation extended $14,892,000.00 ,nI .. ..' ,
more. This causes certain delays capital purpose and operating I .

and creates certain problems. credit to 27O farmers of the area ., .

When a president finds some man NeedCash last year. .. . ,..'
that he wants to employ-let's say a The Association makes short and

for $17.OOO and $18DOO-he must AssistanceThe intermediate-term loans to crop, ,H.I .
ascertain that the man would like dairy citrus and beef:cattle farm- I

to come and then submit It to the era in Dade, Broward. Palm Beach, a :ii Jfauo rat .I.+
Board Martin St. Lucie, Indian River .1
,
of Control for approval. State Board of Health has
Then, under the law he must submit signed over to the Palm Beach Monroe Collier and Okeechobee .
it to the Commissionfor Counties with principal office in .
Budget County Health Department a mobile ..... ."';
Miami and branch offices in Belle ...
approval. Time is consumed in
X-ray unit. This unit is com- How to ;
this process. Sometimes there are plete except for a generator Be- Glade and Vero Beach. U

differences of opinion-that's why fore operation of the unit can beginIn collect."
we have Budget Commissions and the county, a generator must be : ::1'"

Boards of Control-and it really secured. The unit will remain in Cleo Leaves- pictures : "" 'St'Mt: ,

poses problems for everybody.The PalmBeach. County permanently.. ct : :+:I"l V'.y; ,.:rrrv4it
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State 1 University System ;"What action"Is'planned: I Presidents' "':!,j'II'M; :') "rl.i' .0101",
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now consists of five .universitiesand 1. The Palm' Beach County Tuberculosis ,) III. t't .:' it".. -., ; . 'NI
nalPoint went off atu.S t;a.'' m 1 4? a .6I',1
Florida'Institue for .
Continuing
the & Health :Association Thursday morning and held tip ,!" for f......... ,. h ."II I ""' 11f.-.T: r.t": SJll4f.
which
University Studies and \.t '.'" ,-.1'11"
,.
will purchase a generator
administers, the off-campus programs trailer to be used with the mobile J.publishing! a newspaper'here at The f. freedom .fl'., ..I'. hi. .
ib/erglades'/News office. Water
I
of the universities. A sixth
X-ray unit. t. went off with the 'in Canal
power
university, the University of West Jaycees *
2. The Palm Beach County -
in
Point restored
Electricity was
Florida which was named only this will raise the money' to pur- #. 'J. '.i t'. ..t ;:
Canal Point at 12:30
m. Friday.
p. ( . \ .. '.
week, will open in 1967. A seventh chase the generator and trailer. 't"' t.
v
Water there after.
came on shortly
university will open in Orlando in 3. On September 12, 1964, the I

1968. Skyrocketing enrollments Jaycees will hold a "Bucket Bri Each of the seven denomination of"Series E: 8avlnfs... .
will require'additional institutionsIn In effort to raise in one If 1
gade" an Bonds shows a different President of the United States.
the years ahead. Not only are day the necessary funds. Livestock Clubs you're interested in this kind of art,the. seven make a nice. "
the Institutions growing in size, 4. The "Bucket Brigade" will be collection. ..
f
they are becoming increasingly held county-wide. Along with the bobby Savings Bonds offer such extrasas

complex -and more expensive to op- 5.: Mr. Paul Hamm of the Riviera 14-0 Meet TuesdayThe riskless investing, 33V&% more money at maturity, and ; ,

erate. Beach Jaycees is chairman of the financial freedom for your' future. .
As our State University System project. But there are other )kinds of freedom tied in with your ''

expands and the demands for Whatever help you can give for first meetings ot the 4-H purchase of Savings Bonds. Freedom to speak your piece,

tax dollars to finance the univer- this project is very important to Livestock Clubs in the Glades area 1 choose your' Job, and own your property, to name a few.

sities mount, It. will become ,in- TB Control In Palm Beach County. will bo held on Tuesday, September Every Bond you' buy helps our government further the 'J'
creasingly important to have effective 8 at 7:30; p. m. at the Glades cause of freedom everywhere in the world today. <;.
coordination to prevent e Office Building and at the Canal Why not start collecting U. S. -- '

costly duplication of effort. WROTENS RETURN Point Community Center'on Thursday Savings Bonds now! Only $18.15 .,

The question is: shall we just I Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wroten and September 10 at 7:30 p. m. each for the George Washington r yo, ; .,

say to the universities here is $50,I children, returned Saturday from All boys and girls interested In variety, at your' bank or on Payroll ..V '
million or whatever the sum a vacation spent In North Carolina 4-H livestock and dairy projects, Savings where you work. ., ,

might be-take It and develop the i and Tennessee. Enroute they'visit- please make plans to attend. We
best educational system that you I ed her brothers Mr. and Mrs. B. would like very much to have all I Keep freedom In your future wlrif

can? Or shall some supervision by Elliott. Jr.. and family in Tallahassee 4-H Club members Interested .. '
the elected officials of Florida be and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Elliott young people and parents at these U.S. SAVINGS BONDS

exercised? 'and daughter Elizabeth in meetings. ., .

It may be that relief can be pro- Jacksonville. They were also the -- 2'.. u..ra___... d..u set pay for.(Ate .....'w.,. ._ .
vided and fiscal guests of his aunt and family. Mr. 2'u 2'D.."...,_", CAa-.b SOu .....'''6a, Qw..N ,,
in the budgetary Hewes at Dothan CLASSIFIED: ADS IN THESE:: ...dA4 .Irgq.f feWt.. ".tr/at. ..1...,.... / ?,
area by establishing more realistic and Mrs. Rip F. ,
COLUMNS PAY BIO DIVIDENDS! *r
salary ceiling or by simplifying Ala. 5l

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pye Six r The :Bvcrgladea News. Canal Point. Florida 33438 : Friday August 28. 1964

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purchaser and the name and address -
Warning} To Vets of the holder of the Mort-
i gage. Upon receipt of the written

I On Their G. I. Loans request, the V. A. will send to the
.1 News Of The Churches II i veteran all the necessary forms to
I I complete in order to:apply for release -

L. V. McClelland local Veterans!, of Liability on a G. X. loan.

.. ._ ._ Service Officer, states that the McClelland warned that it is
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I I I mere fact that a veteran sells his! I I most important that the application -
: The Methodist Churc}h Holy Nativity The Pahokee ChurchOf I
federal G. I. Home does not for release of liability be made

Canal Point, Florida Episcopal ChurchPahokee The Nazarene sarily relieve him of his neces-I[prior to the time ,the G. I. Homeis
the veterans Administration. sold for obvious reasons. Since
Rev. Max D.Jones, Pastor I is accomplished, and
Robert A. Shelley. PastorSUNDA'Y Too Often, Veterans who have once the sale
: Rev. L. Leasing, Vicar 433 Bacom Point Rd. sold their G. I. Homes learn later I all final papers are signed by both
'10:00: a. m.-Church School SUNDAY: Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 that the buyer has defaulted on the I I parties, it is no longer of importance -
t SUNDAY SERVICES: loan the has been fore- to the buyer whether he as-
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship 10 a. m.-Sunday School mortgage
If 6:30: p. m.-Youth Fellowship 11:00: a. m.-Worship Service 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School closed, a deficiency has resultedand sists in getting the veteran released -
. 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship the V. from Liability. McClelland fur-
7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship that they are liable to
6:30 p.. m.-Juniors ther pointed out, that the buyer
I MONDAY: A. for the payment of the claim
: I 3:15: p. m.-youth: Choir South Side Church 7OO: p. m.-Sunday Evening which the V. A. had to pay to the might not prove to be a good credit
prac
J, tics Of Christ Evangelistic Service lender. A veteran may be relaesed risk in the opinion of the V. A., or

2nd MONDAY: WEDNESDAY: from his liability to the V. A. :If the Mortgage Holder or both.

7:30: p: m.-J:sther Class meetTUESDAX .. Belle Glade across from 7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer his loan is current and if the purchaser . ...
: ing Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 meetine. has obligated himself by I Vanns Announce
I : .0:00: a. m.-Bible Study "Where you are a stranger bu t I contract to purchase this property
8:00: p. m.-'VVoman's Society. 1:00: a. m.-Sermon once./* and assume liability. In addition, I Marriage Of Niece
I 1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY 6:30: p. m.-Evening Service - The purchaser must satisfy the V.

: 6:30: p. m.-Wed.. ..Bibla Study Church Of God, A. that he Is a good credit risk. Mr. and Mrs. James W. Vann
7:80: p. m.-Prayer Meeting A veteran planning to sell I his announce the engagement and approaching -
.. . St. Peter's Lutheran Barfield HighwayPahokee G. I. Home may take either of two marriage of their niece,
i steps to avoid future liability. (1) Mary Carolyn Sellers to John
i First Methodist Church, Belle Glade Fla. He can arrange for the G. I. Loanto David Cochran, son of Eugene F.

Church Pahokee J. W. Hughes, Minister be paid in full. (2)) He can allow Cochran and the late Mrs. Cochran
August Koerber, Pastor Phone 924-373 the purchaser to assume his G. I. I of Wasilla, Alaska.
--- 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle GladeSUNDAY' SUNDAY: Loan and obtain a release of his Miss Sellers is a graduate of
John A. Briley, Pastor
SUNDAY : 9:46: a. m.-Sunday School liability on the loan from the holder Pahokee High School, class of
I 9:45 : m.-church Divine Services 11 A. M. 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship of the Mortgage and the Veterans 1961. She attended Howey Aca-
a. School
School 9:45: A. M. 7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser- Administration provided, of demy at Howey in the Hills, Fla.,
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship - .
( vices'UESDAY I course, both agree. I and Belle Isle Business College,
6:45 7:45: p. m.-KYF The Church Of God : The veteran may apply to the West Palm Beach.
: p. m.-Evening Worship
I 7:3O: p. m.-.Prayer Service Veterans Administration for a release Mr. Cochran, a native of Free-
ITJESDAY: Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal THURSDAY: from Liability by submittinga port, Texas, graduated in 1958
;1 7:00: ticsWEDNESDAY p. .-Vesper Choir prac Point Road 7:30: p. m.-Youth for Christ request in writing to the Loan from Mosca High School, Mosca,

\ Service Guarantee Officer, at the V. A. Colo. He is at present an elec-
j : John H. Kinard, pastor . Regional Office of Jurisdiction, tronic instructor at the Naval Air
I 7:45: p. m.-Mid-week devo- 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School where his G. I. Loan was first ap- Station, San Diego, Calif.
tions 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service First Baptist proved. The request should include .

8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir prac 7:45.: p. Evangelistic Service Church Pahokee the: V. A. Loan Number, if Known, Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Scott had as

ticsChurch . 8:00: p. m Tuesday-V.L.B. which should be shown on the reverse recent guests, Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
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8:00 p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. Gutbrie W. Colvard, Pastor side of the certificate of Clifton of Seattle, Wash., who are
Of Christ Everyone welcome. Special music SUNDAY: Eligibility.The presently on a three month tour of

and singing. 9:45: a. ,m.-Sunday School address of the proposed the United States and Canada.

125 N. W. Avenue D 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship
Canal Point 7:30 m.-Evening Worship .
Phone WY 6-3867 p. :O'.Lr ,II.I ,I"'Iil'\Iil'\.IITI"Iil'\'iIIITtl 7'WI ..I'.I 7\.1 1tTI"Iil'N'Iil''iI roli'r\iI'TIfI 7\"il'\.J ,
Belle Glade, Fla. 6:30: p. m.-Training Union
Church
Baptist
SUNDAY SERVICES WEDNESDAY:
10:00: a. m.-Bible' Study 7:30: p. m.Prayer Service
Lawrence Stewart, Pastor . .
Cattle Sales
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship SUNDAY: : Monday
7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School Glades Baptist ChurchRev. . .
WEDNESDAY
11:00, a. m.-Morning Worship
7:30: p. m.-.Bible Study 6:30 p. m.-Training Union ( Jonathan L. Wolf) Are regularly held: at the Glades Livestock Market
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7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship Meets in Pahokee Lions Club which is owned and operated by more than 120
J First Baptist WEDNESDAY: i* Building.
Florida] :.Cattlemen] *
7:30: p. m.-Prayer Meeting SUNDAy.. OOL 9:45: a. m. "
Church Canal Point .
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PREACHING:00 a. m. and
You'll 'enjoy the excellent service you receive here

t Elder Lester Reams St.Mary's, Catholic SUNDAY 7:30 'p.B.,m.Y. F. --6:30: p..m. at this"Market. We make an effort.at all times' to I .'

SUNDAY: Church WED. PRAYER-7:30: p. m. give an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give
: 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School
trial.
11:00: a. m.=Morning Worship APPRECIATIONOur us
Father Francis Fennech, Pastor
6:30: p. m.-B. 1. C. Sunday, Mass 11:30: a. m. Words cannot express the . . . . ..g..g..l..l..j..g.SALES .
i 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship. gratitude and warmth we feel to-
Confessions before :Mass
!. TUESDAYS: ward our many friends and neigh EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.Glades .
7:30: p. m.-Choir practice. bors who rushed to our side during
WEDNESDAY: Christian Science these past few weeks of Illness. We
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer this to Livestock MarketASSOCIATION
Service. Group .Of. Canal PointThe thank wish to everyone take for opportunity their thought-

THURSDAY;: Every other week '
\ life of' Christ Jesusfromhis fulness.Mr.
7:30 p. m.Ladies Auxiliary and Mrs. E. F. McIlwain
Meeting. birth ,through,his,ascension . On. Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
. will be taken at .all Christian
up Miss Christine Scroggin returned Phone WY <6-3028< ;
Science churches) on Sunday.
to her Home Saturday after a
: Career Workshop The Golden Text' is from Isaiah :Mel-
in
weeks visit with friends .
9f)'Un o'wi child is born, unto us
a bourne. .J. I'j'- I I'-V I UlI\ I4.. 'I IIV-lI J IIV-lI4.. I'-V..JI'-V-lI I'--II'-V.JI V V.JI4.lIV
Hears Mrs. Alley a aon'la'.wen> : and the government i :

shall be,,upon his shoulder." -- ------ -
Readings will Include these lines

Mrs: Wilma Alley, Palm Beach from "Science'' and ,Health' with . ,, .
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county deputy welfare director, Key 'to the Scriptures", by Mary
1'" f! spoke'Tuesday night before the Baker Eddy: "Jesus established

\,t' career!;workshop at the Canal what he said by 'demonstration, .... 4 .
Point Baptist church which Is a thus making his acts of' higher! 44 nC t

part of the Vacation Bible school Importance than' his words. He j
coming to an end this week. proved what'he taught. This is the
Science of Christianity" ( 473). )
The two week instructional p. .
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program arranged by the Rev. - -

( Lawrence Stewart ends Friday Church Choir Met
Everglades Federal is the place to earn a '
night. It is onc::=Jf) the only .
I t programs of this' type for At Shirley Homer '
young high dividend :
people in the state1. '-' on your savings. Drop by today -

Not only has the group hade Members of the Church Choir of }o. at our Pahokee office or at the Home .
.
nightly Bible sessions, but there the First Baptist Church, Pahokee, ,
I r have also been a variety of programs met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. .. office in Belle Glade and let us show you

f tions. on different area occupa- following Claude Shirley choir practice Wednesday for a night fare .. how easy it is. to systematically save a cer-

Thirty students ranging in age well party honoring Miss Verlon tain amount for that rainy day.
q from 13 to 20 years have taken Jones, organist, and choir members '

part in the meetings. Miss Pam Boe and Miss Ray- '
As part of the course, more thana beth Gray who will be leaving soon YOU'LL ENJOY DOING BUSINESS AT

score of college manuals and to attend colleger.
other publications have been dis- Members also wished Ron Mc- THE EVERGLADES FEDERAL

cussed for many of the members Anally a fond farewell as he makes
who are prospective college atu- preparations to leave this week-
, dents. end for Decatur, Ala., where he
"?'4( & Ii W' will act as Public Health Advisorin EVERGLADES FEDERALSavings

: HOME FROM TURKEY that area. Mrs. Shirley was assisted -

1 '; Capt. and Mrs. A. W. Schell, Jr. by Mrs. Lee Shirley Mrs. And Loan Association
b and daughter, Connie have been Bill Shirley and Mrs. Lee Wroten.
"; the guests of her parents Mr. and - ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDERAL,SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP. .

r'' :Mrs. J. T. Platt for the past two, Mrs. L D. Duke left Monday Pahokee Belle Glade
weeks while enroute from Clgll night by plane for Stroudsburg.; ,
AFB Izmir, Turkey to Vanlngburg Penn., where she called due to the
Earn 4%% Payable Semi-Annually
:Let Your Money
'., AFB, Calif. Capt. and :Mrs. Schell sudden Illness of her father, W. H.
have been stationed at ClgU AFB Odom who is confined at a local

for the past two years. ,hospital there. -

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:.How does the new 3%% interest rate benefit me? check every six months for the life of the Bond.
A: With Series E Bonds the rate turns $18.76 into You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the
$25.00 fourteen months.; faster than the old rate.mterest accumulates to maturity. Bonds. provide
Your savings.increase faster, because your Bonds income for living.expenses, while "Bonds bui.d.
mature in.just 7 9 months. nest egg for the future. Inat's why many retired
years people:bold 1$Bonds and families saving for.y.; a
With Series H Bonds the 10-year maturity period chflcVs. education, buy E Bonds.
stays the same but more interest: paid you-'each
six months.With both E and H Bonds the'new.rate Q:In what denominations can I buy series B and series
works out to 2f %for'the first year and a'half; then H.Bonds?
a guaranteed 4/ each year to maturity. Ai B Bonds: $28 (cost $18.75), $50 (cost $37.50), $100 '"
Q:When did the new rate become effective? cost $75.00), $200 (cost $150.00), $500
(cost $375.00), $1,000 (cost $750.00), . I
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.. $10,000 (cost$7,500.00). .
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,A:All.older E and H' Bonds par more now-an. extra .How safe are U.S. Savings Bonds? .l.! '' \,. ...- -
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creasetakes effect la the Brat full interest period As Sai are an,absolutely riskless way to
afterJ"uneL United StatesGovernment''guarantees)
tfaeipash value of your Bonds will not drop, that it
Q:Will the Bonds I own automatically earn their new can only grow.Q .

rate? *What if say Bonds should. be lost, stolen or d.*
As Yes. You don't;need te do a tIJ.Iq-.fuat bold on tie stroked? .
Bonds.fe .
your As You'can't lose. Every Bond, purchased is recorded .
Whm may B Bonds saature, will they lossy ea ears InrltoTfcesjrarj+ If anything'happens to you* /
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The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33438 ----.-
] ,I VACATIONISTS RETURNMrs.
department'sbeach
"- for the
: ,workers training to assure that Beach And Shore I facilities and shore division new I Martha McIntosh and Miss
Paper Ballots In- I workers be the last session Julia Mathis have returned from a
active created by
the branch ,
I not only Study In County I three-week vacation spent i n
but that all "standby" of the legislature.The
I fully Informed the home of Mrs.
to, check Gainesville at
From Page 1) I this weekIs commission voted
(continued; workers be given the The county commission and family,
precinct if 0.1 Mclntoshs' daughter
As a result of an investigation I looking forward to the,possibility -I available lands to determine and in
., by the county solicitor's office, it 1 il same training. . that the State Board of conser-I suitable site can be found for the I Mr. and and Mrs.Hiawassee S. A. Stubbs, Georgia.
Clayton
was determined that workers In I Fuchs of I vation will locate new research hadquarters.. .. ... .
properly Mr.. and Mrs.: Albert In Palm:
Precinct 172 had not been I a new research program Sasser of Atlanta
the Faith
been I Miss
have returnedto
Ga. Reuter has
instructed in their duties for the'Waynesboro Beach County. Mrs. Nellie ,
:Mrs. Howard has been the guest of her mother
and the guest
guests of Mr. home after being I
Primary Election. this week, while on a com-, The state board, in a request to her at West Palm Mrs. ,Doris Sasser and her father
avoid repeat of such a Holman the county of Mrs. Alma Hardy
To any and, pleasure tripIn ,the commission asked weeks., I Paul Sasser this week.I .
situation, the commission asked bined business I to make land available for field Beach for the past two
that emphasis be placed on poll South Florida.
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