The Everglades news
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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: June 25, 1965
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Shopping Center's Sadie Barwick Is Emmett Roberts To Georgia FuneralFor Fireworks By C of C

South Bay FloristA Lon B. WilsonServices

Friend Out Of Work I new floral shop Is open and Run For The State were held this past Only During Week

2 Mo. In B. GladeThe .Airs ready Sadie for business Barwick has in South opened Bay.the Senate Li 1966Palm Sunday Donaldsonville at Flat, Ga.Creek, for Church Lon at B End Say The ,PoliceIt's

new shop under the name of South Wilson of Pahokee who died a

"Shopping Center's Friend"the Bay Florist She has had manyyeal'l week ago yesterday In a West
Beach veteran law to
of experience, having owned Palm Beach hospital following an
downtown parking meter in
state representative, Emmett S. fireworks In the city limits of pa-
and operated a shop in Pahokeefor operation.
cities actionIn ,
-went out of
many Roberts of Belle Glade, said in hokee without a permit, so says
Friends who Survivors Include his widow
this many years. may ,
Belle Glade on Thursday of :
Tallahassee he wouldbe that .
that the
of city.A
Tuesday -police department
week red a colas will be collected wish to call her will be glad to Selma; two daughters Miss Linda
candidate for the keen will be out for those
state senate -
a eye
until the lint day of September. know that her place is now ready Wilson of Pahokee and Mrs ElmerB.
Palm In that the
from Beach county who transgress law over
t Many, cities have .found throughthe for patrons and the phone numberis Elliott of Tallahassee; his mother -
that downtown parking 996-6668 The shop is located at 1966 under the new legislative apportionment Mrs. O. L. Norton of Albany, coming weekend, so say member
years I
meters only tend to drive customers 60 NW First Street. South Bay. set-up by which the Ga.; two brothers, W. R. of Paho of the police department. -
will allowed three state The to thin
county be only permit be Issued
of South three I
out of the downtown area and kee and Frank Bay;
senators. year will be to the Pahokee Chan-,
Tanner Mrs
sisters Mrs
Lloyd ,
to the. shopping centers. School Patrons In State Senator Jerry Thomas also ber of Commerce for its annual
and Miss Pat Nor-
Ray Lybarger,
The of St Petersburg on I
would be candidate of the dike
said that a ton display fireworks on on
the west coast had a, group of I to succeed himself in the upcoming all of Albany.Hurricane. .. next Monday night, July 0, at 8 p.
downtown merchants who found to Question Answer state and county elections m. The hour has been set by the

their sorrow that parking meters next spring. Skip Befalls and Don Course chamber. a practical one for the

.and into the big. free parkinglots the House delegation, both expressed will be under the direction
maintained by the shopping interest in the third senate Would Be ChangedBy of skilled men 'in that line.

centers. Enough pressure was About 15 school patrons of Ca- seat to go to Palm Beach i The police department of Paho- I
brought on the City Council in that nal Point appeared before the county. "Seeding" Plan kee Is anxious that no accidentsmar

city that parking meters were county school board in West Palm Joel Daves, freshman representative the long weekend. Every man
Abandoned and reports by the Beach Wednesday night in a question and one of the most popularmen in the department will be on hand
chamber of commerce are to the and answer program. Some of in the lower House this session Hurricane season is Just around and ever alert to ward off acci-

effect that downtown merchantsare the questions and some of the answers said that he would seek reelection the comer. Officially the :season dents. Drivers of cars have tften
feeling the excellent effects of most Interesting to local residents to the House in 1966. for the twisters is already open cautioned not to drive recklessly
the .absence of the meters.Theneaaure here in the House but here Lake Okcechobet we
are being reproduced Daves was runner-up on over the weekend or at any time
to Belle Glade was as furnished this newspaper by the ballotting and came In second for don't start looking for them until for that matter, but to consider
ininxtaced by City Commissioner group from Canal Point in attend- the most popular and hardest September. A couple of months the other fellow and take it easy.
Aubrey Farmer. ance. Stanley/ Hooks Of the local working member of that body. from now and well really be on the The highway patrol and the
During a discussion of downtown PTA Vas spokesman for the Roberts la :dean of the Palm I lookout.. sheriffs department will cooperate

parking problems. Farmer Introduced frourf., Beach county delegation and had i The powers thai be 'In Washington fully with the police depart-
a motion that win eliminates 1'1f1.apui term' the seventh.an4eighth J been named as contender: for a I are talking, again about "...d. ment In handling traffic on the
; Issuance of tickets for.overtime grades were-taken out ofCanal'Point'achool place on 'the Pub IIQ Utilities,Cora- tub*' some of the 'canes in an effort dike'during the'hours of the barbecue
parting during the two and sent to Pahokee. I mission in the next election.In to change their 4couf.e-: "ls\\ and during the eveninrwhen ,
month period.It This move created some I the new apportionment bill past years this plan has been.successful the fireworks are set off.
was pointed out the meters vacancies In the.local school and that passed In Wednesday's sessionof to & degree. f However, this Cooperation of all motorists is urg-
win not be covered during the the school board says these the legislature, there will be 03 fall plans call for more of the, tame ently requested over the weekend
moratorium period. Those who de- vacancies will be filled In the state senators, and 109 house members In an effort to divert the damaging In order that this area may not
posit their money will be the 1965-66 term by transporting Palm Beach county will have twisters away :from populatedareas. add to the fatality list already
/"loeen" as there was no provision children from Pelican Lake and three senator and five house outgrowing last year's in Palm

for "refunds", during the grace Streamline to Canal Point. members.., With most of the present Out of Washington comes an Beach County.IMother .

period. A question asked by the spokesman .house delegation announcingtheir interesting story About the 'seed-
-- was "Why transport students intentions to seek senate Ing" plan: U. weathermen are

Wallace Barnes To from Canal Point to Pahokee and seats, it leaves the house of representatives redesigning thehf hurricane seeding Of 5 Killed
turn.around and transport students race wide open when program to ate if they can bet-
from Pelican Lake and the campaigning starts next I ter tell a storm "where to go. In Car Accident
Open Dodge Place Streamline to .Canal Point?" ,; spring. Instead of sowing hurricane
Answer by the board: "Students I clouds once weathermen will bombard '
transferred from I Canal Point to them repeatedly with silver One person feed d, one injured
JL new place in of Pahokee business for win the be i i Pahokee last ;year were all junior Lions Barbecue Is iodide for eight-hour stretches. and another elCaped.Injury early
opened soon high school students. This was They think the massive sustained Sunday morning when Commrr
sale of automobiles, Wallace: done on the recommendation in a 5 seeding will produce better and Styles, 85, Miami, struck them
Barnes Dodge under the ownershipof state Monday July longer control. with,.his car near the Lido club
Wallace Barnes of Pahokee is, ..survey.It ,
left Canal Point School as Called Project Stormfury, it will south of Pahokee. They were returning -
the new concern to U open erected.as soon as, an elementary school and gave the The annual barbecue staged by be the first time In two year. i to Pahokee when the accident -
the new building I Canal Point junior high students weathermen have seeded a storm happened. The woman. Mrs.
Present plans call for erection: of I the Pahokee Lions club will be held
Mia Mae Winters 23. mother of
better educational opportunities (continued on page 8) .
handsome and modern new build- July 5 according to an I
a (Continued on page B) on Monday five children I Is the dead person
-'I- f fag to be erected on a plot of I .... ..... announcement by George Raihley, The body was sent to Tif ton, Ga,
IF fI ground immediately north of the president of the organization Funeral Services, for burial.

ff Cities Service Station across the I Monday Is HolidayIn win be'served from 11 "a. : Walking ,with Mrs. Winter .
t street from the Tiny Diner; The' when the accident happened were
m. until 0 :m. at Boy Scout Beachon For
p. Victor
. piece( of ground Is between the II The Lake RegionIt ,the station and the U. 8. Sugar
'J air conditioned Lions dub build Bacons Point Road InTahokee and J
Corp railroad spur and U an'ideal I made were Emmett Pugh, Jr., '26. Swaner- :
k ing. A charge of 11.50 will be services held yesterday
location for the new business.Mr. that I will be a long weekend. Business for adults and children under 12 morning at ten o'clock for I bury> is in a West Palm Beach!
this week
Barnes said
plans call for a full and completeline houses in the Lake Region will be served for $1.00. Victor L. Geiger, 69, who appar- hospital and Pugh was reported
automobiles and plan to close on Saturday nightuntil The Lions club has pledged the ently died from a heart attack on uninjured.
of Dodge build Tuesday morning takingoff first $100 profit from the barbecue Saturday as he walked near his Styles .is being held in lieu of
accessories. The
trucks and Monday, the fifth. to celebratethe to the Chamber of Commerce Lumber company on Barfield 3,400 bond ,which was set whenIt
win contain a modern and up-
ing Office for the night's of Cash was pointed out that he left the
sales room and repair Fourth of July. Glades to aid In paying Highway. He was operator
to-the-mlnut Building In Belle Glade will close fireworks which have also become and Carry Lumber Company in scene of an accident where a personal

departmentLegion .. on Friday night, as will the county an annual custom In Pahokee. The Pahokee. Injury had occurred and hit
barn for the extended weekend. remainder of the profits from the Services were held in the Elks allure to have a valid operators

Posts Put A number of business houses in day's,servings of barbecue will goo Lodge room by the Elks Lodge and license. -
In New OfficialsJoint Canal Point, Pahokee and Belle the Uons Sight Conservation Graveside services were conductedat .
I Glade will be closed on Monday; in rund. Port Mayaca cemetery by mem- IN TIlE HOSPITAL
Installation ceremonies celebration of the Fourth. City offices Barbecue experts Leon Spoonerand hers of the Masonic Lodge. Weth- Patients at the Everglades Memorial -

were held In Belle ,Glade Tuesday In Pahokee and Belle Glade II Harry Elarbee head up a committee erington Funeral Home was In I Hospital this week are:

for South Bay and Belle Glade will be closed I to make arrangements for charge of arrangements. Louise Devane Betty Stuart
I Clad. American Legion posts with In Pahokw the Lions will stagea preparation and serving of tho I Th native of Staunton, III, has I.Bertha Thompson Frances Adams
r Ninth District Commander John F. barbecue and the chamber of food. i resided in the Glades since 1924. I and baby girl Linda Prescott
Feeney and his staff officiating. commerce will shoot fireworks Tickets for the luncheon maybe He survived by his widow Virgi- Mary Hand, Jerry Hair, Betty
,,' Wilson P. (Bud) Rivadenelra Monday night at 8 o'clock. purchased from club members nia, and one daughter Mrs., Valerie .- Martin and baby glrL
. .' took over as commander.of, the In direct:contrast to' those en- or at Rsshleys Dry Cleaners, Henderson, Boynton ,Beach.
Belle Glade post from Jack Rash gaged In Other occupations Florida Chamber of Commerce office Collins Other survivors Include Geiger's Mr. and Mrs. Perry Han and]

, ley while Vernon Henderson replaced Highway Patrol troopers will Furniture Pahokee Motors, mother. Mrs. Lucy Geiger Walled children left Sunday for a vacation
I W.Co'(Pappy) Allen for the)be working fun time in an attempt 'iHendrix Hardware and Lions dub Lake Mich, two brothers and two in California, Oregon and Yellow
South Bay war veterans. to keep down the death toIL!building. sisters. i tone Park. I

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,Page Two The Everglades News,Canal Point, Florid Friday Julyy; IMS
Carol Lynn Blum 'I, Mr. and: Mr*, Roy Vandegrtft, Guests or.IrSj Ida :Mae Butler
Si, and granddaughter. Bait le are her danjsftt1, Mrs- Raab Rif-
1 Wins Miss Florida have returned: home fromu California fey o( Sebrin&antf'gt'1n .w1l'hter.

where they visited relative Pat Riff ey/also, twb gredfr trandCaroIi.AJuUt.
SARASOTA children : ., anal John
Three of
competing flnsJiy paW off for pretty 'j Truman Riffey of. Charleston,
Mf THE CIRCUIT COURT MT TOttnrrERimir while John
Carol Lynn Blum wheat she,o1a JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I South Carvfina Riffey
named Miss Florida, of 19C& .I BEACHCOtlNtT.Of FLOBTOA, IN. AND FOR fOtM is on a submarine cruise...

Representing; Fort Lauderdale:Li. IN CUAtfOOtt NO. HClttt C I NOTICE: OF INTENCOST
the contest Carol is ar senior aH I IN.'grrtn FIOIUIOIJSJfAMK
the University of Miami.\ I OS: AHN WATTOB&" "
First runner-up wad Hungarian.! A- -R mwroHTERY.APOPTTOM ,
that the
Notice-' hereby glvem
'TO: : : ALDEN
born Miss Riviera. Beach, Eva Me.
i, AdtIr- 1 undersigned;. under the pro visions i
rie Kovacs,, and! second ruflner-upj: Norm ?O oxftum*
was Miss Hialeah, Vlkl Lauffer. }' Too are hereby ftotutsdi that a Wtttkm I lof ChaP.tW:2D'J53; Laws of Florida.
for Adoption HM been fUKl In of;1341. will register with tha
The Rardin Building In Canal' Point, Florida The new Miss Florida is flve>-i the above ityled; Court for adoption of Clerk oCtn Circuit Covrt, In and!'
foot-three inches tall, and me |
OF1 A-K-Av DAUOHTERY born at Late for Palau Botch County; Florida
35-21-34.: She Ilk
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weighs Worth Palm Beach County?.FIwMtt'onr proof o&pufttfcatlonx'
pounds Her ambition,is tor sing lathy ,Jul, 22nd 1864 to DIANA: SUSAN upon rettiptof ;
THE EVEfeGEAm NEWS-- > f DAUOHTERT YOU are ncron? eonm&ntfe -* of this,notice, the ffcttflous name, f
During the talent competition, ,,the.original of, your Answer or other FLORI3T
Serving tttq Lake Cfceechobe Farming Region Without Carol "II Baeky' orme' der nse ,ot of before the> item daY' of SWITK BAY
Interruption Every W"eek'for 40" Years I sang 'f r July. 19bL: and immetiUtcly tfteteutflr. South Bay, FltaHda
Kiss, in Italian, one of the five'serve a copy of said Answer other
,Established Marclt1J.lmPublished; Every Friday II languages in which' she Is Goent.Thr deferiM- upon CHARLES' Bt OOTH- Undfer' which I arm engaged ux
RIDGe Attorney. City CMsteC BhnditiLake' business:in South Bay-.Palm Beach
Year In Advance .
Subscription PrJce2.00 included .. specialty writ-I
song : Wtortb Florida: otherwise Ute. allegations County, Fbrtdaf That the party*
tee ending designed to' make full of Mltrpetiltoa vQS be taKeaa :
The'Evef&fixdfei Newfe Entered at the Post Office i omleased by youi interested itf said:busfa(*#i. *teBarwlck. -
In Canal Point Florid as Second Class MatterPiraHUrdin use of the extremely, high' upperrange Dated this\ 2nd Ifa r ofJTane, 1M& ., That the firm nine is>
of her voice. JOHN V DQiilLLEClerk
I of Circuit Court Sbuttt Bay Fforlst
Editor Publisher
Owner .d
; ctncmr COURT SXALY Td pwbnshed tgstb ar wl l f+
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe' Stokes By: ThadAe P. Plant
Deputy eMIt four sin Cxsstve werits a
St Augustine'' Plans Sword" is 'the latest creation of spent a few days In Jacksonville CHARLES B OUTHRTDOS paper of general efrtulatiMa 11\
where attended 21t-220 Center
they her sister's City BWtf
Green whose .
playwright Paul Late Worth. : Palm Bach County.PUbvi :
Pulitzer Prize Play earlier outdoor dramas include wedding. PalM June nortta'I I : July 2, 9; :t 6. 23, 19tftX
such outstanding successes as,
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ST. AUGUS DINE The; opening "The Lost Colony", The Common
of "Crow and Sword!'. by Pulit- Glory", and "The Stephen Foster
aw Prize winner Paul Green,, on Story.,"
:June 27 heralded the arrival of a
"Cross and Sword", employing a
new outdoor drama, for the'na..
cast of 100, uses the latest in
tion' summer theatre-goers, and a lighting 'sound and' dance techniques + 1 1 s ai*
theatrical first for Florida:,
Stag. to recreate the story of the
ged in St. Augustine's new. 2000- hardships and struggles of Pedro

seat amphitheatre "Cross andSword" of Menendez' Spanish colonists to Phone 924-5511 Pahokee' Phone WY 62550Belle Glade $
re-enacts tha founding. establish a foothold in the New
our; nation's oldest, city by the World. This play *
Spanish Admiral Pedro.,MenendeadvAvlles magnificent +Y SALES and SERVICE
ranges in scope from the glitterof
in the year 1565.: the Court of Philip n of Spain *
/ Heating Air
The first full-scale outdoor to the savage wilderness. It tells Conditioning Appliances #
drama in Florida "Cross and \
of the efforts of and his

chaplain. Father Lopez to estab- 3 3 g r W

APPRO*.ONt.OP EVERY FOUR, lish both a permanent colony anda -J ._ .. .
Christian mission
FOR THE: FIRST TIME fierce Tlmacuan Indians led by the
mighty, chief Oriba, and of the
subsequent love of the chiefs sister
Notina, for. Menendez. "

CiRFs1: Mr. and Mrs. Sam1 Scruggs, Sr., Join,the hundreds of \vthoHsairfs 1-!i : .
'l1iEM. have returned home from a vaca-
tion' in Houston, Texas Georgia,
witHJ A. /. and Fort. Walton where they I of Fhr idians already f

SM' visited relatives. They were accompanied -
to Texas, by Mr.. and indoer : J
: enjoying perfect cOMfort'
cioIIRNOA' FtCffiI corwtTa' TOtSISM'au.eawa Mrs A., H. Scruggs.. > ', < :,

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The: Tahitian village,:, built I
runs and four RBTs, but the Dry Tourist Attraction. by
Cleaners team pulled It out in the the city, will be leased to Metro- I

II [PERSONAL NEWS NOtES 8th inning with two runs 7-6. Geneva's For St Ptersburg Goldwyn-Mayer for exhibition of \\

Drive-Inn continues to lead the tne Bounty as a tourist attraction :
the league in hitting, but they are ST. PETERSBURG To the The:. Bounty is the same ship I
unable to and Tahitian music
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get fielding string film
Mrs. Lon Wilson and daughters Mrs. Oliver Stapler spent the pitching and mysteriously fell to HMS. Bounty slipped to her berth used in the MGM productionof
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Linda Wilson' and Mrs. Elmer B.I weekend in Zellwood where her the cellar this week. They have in St., Petersburg last week, completing Mutiny Bounty. Prior to
Elliott of Tallahassee returned husband is engaged in harvesting.Ross now lost six In a row: a 10-day cruise from New arriving in St. Petersburg: ; for per-
home Monday.Mr. The j manent display, the Bounty had:
: York
Harrington left for five-month
Sunday been on a publicitytour -
and Mrs. Herman Dyess Methodist Youth Camp. lie willre.- W L GB tired but happy reported including a stint: at the New-
City Products Con 10 1Rashley's
have gone to Savannah, Georgia, turn today. it was "'a litttle rough attimes" ,York World's Fair.
Cleaners 931%
to spend three weeks with their Dry the trip down the
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hall and Glades Chevrolet ..__.._ 6 6 5 I be- .
daughter, Mrs. Ed Turner while Atlantic coastline The voyage
children left Wednesday for a two I. A. M. Local No. 57 2 :5 6 which:
Mr, Turner is away at camp. gan June 9. At the dock
week vacation in the mountains. Loxahatchee Prisoners 387
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wroten and Geneva's Drive-Inn __- 4 10 7K includes a specially-built St.. Peters-replicaof
Tahitian village,
children are expected to return City Products In burg officials, newsmen and 40,
home Saturday from a week's visit CLASSIFIED ADS IN THESE i young ladies in native costumes v _

with her brother Lt. and Mrs. Ron. I COLUMNS PAY BIG DIVIDENDS greeted the Bounty. I
Soft Ball LeadLeagueleading
4 aid Elliott and family in Winter I ..-- --' --
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Mr. and Mrs. Ray 'Hatton and City, Products J _

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hatton, Jr., an1 picked up ground in the Glades
families spent the weekend at i Fast-Pitch Softball League this Another outstanding i

Singer Island. week as the Icemen roae the boom : ;

Judge and Mrs. J. L. Tyson have I ing bats of Butch Butler, and Jim I MILK LIMERICK to celebrate... dally !,
their house their Tyson to their seventh straight
&3( guest nephew ,
Will Nason. league win, a 9-4 decision from I ._ .
Geneva's Drive-Inn. Tyson collect .. ,
Linda Lane is attending camp ed three singles In five trips and '. ...> .,;' ,
Merri-Mac, at North Carolina. Butler drove home three) runs witha 'j' );"I, ,: y ' ;
double and single while boostinghis : ,
I Bobby! Jones spent the ,weekendat batting average to .400. ; ', ; ;, i '.

the beach with friends. Phil Bonnell picked up his ninth '; ;; ,; \,
'Archie Jones and Bill Gist are pitching victory and struck out 14 :: : A stockbroker name of Shapiro "
returning home this week after Geneva hitters to push his league- 1., t II" J

their trip to Tennessee.Mrs. leading total to 99. Bonnell was ::1* To his wife and his kids was a hero : _
the Hague's strike out championlast :. ,. ,'
J. W. White visiting I her year with 99, so each strike \' : I 1 i He drank MILK day ":
Mrs. Sexton in Marl- every
daughter, out from now on will be a new
anna. record City Products has 13 left \"
on___ their schedule. While the market he'd play ; J;
Mr. and Mi?. W. D. Reid and .
Glades Chevrolet moved into '
daughter Linda will leave July 5 third place as they won three It helped when his stocks went to zero. '
for their summer vacation.
straight games this week. Tony

Celeta James is spending 'sometime Latour and Eddie Buckner backedup !
in Georgia with relatives. Junior Meadow's pitching with
consistent hitting to help the .. I
Joe Graham is visiting his father 'Belle Glade team up their recordto written by
Dr. E. J. Graham and family.
and pass up Geneva's andI. BE cJUST !
A. M. Local No. 67 In the stand- '
:The family of Mr. and Mrs.
Curtis Miners will spend ,the'week Ings.. They won games from Loxa- MRS. ROBERTA "a I{' L .
at the beach. hatchee 19-8, Geneva's 16-13, and !, .
Rashley's Cleaners 132.
Dry (Housewife)
Tommy Tucker returned home The Prison Farm advanced from I
I Sunday from the National Guard the cellar as they beat L A. M. who drinks two glasses of milk a day
Summer Camp. 118. I. A. M. Just missed beating
I Rashley's Sunday. Richard Pace .
Miss Lucille Vann will leave belted Earl 'Vann for three home OVTMIMT run**lAinr ixmruraYOUNG .. /v. u.a .. .
Friday for a'two week vacation at

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dlantown was the overnight guestof .
her daughter, Mrs. Dorothy HO!

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college and Is now employed..

Mrs. Melvin Spooner spent the GO I I ::" jh

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Spooner where he Is engaged in

harvesting'. W: .

Buttons McKlnstry spent, the ,
weekend wigs Mr. and Mrs. W.' M. POT THAT 'VOl/NG HO1 SPIRIT IN YOUR CAR ;

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Jimmy Vandegrift, Judy Der- : .... T Three great new gasolines by
mody, and Bobby Shackford are r 'y Standard. You're laps ahead

among the ones attending night .. < aQ 9*" when fill
classes at P. B. J. C. this.summer. k up new
Chevron*the modern gasolines.
Dr. W. T. Gist and family accompanied
The motor fuels
+ custom-built for today'scars.
by Jack Sherrod will be
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vacationing during the month of P : way you drive. Try

July.. 'r' 1 < S '. them-for power that's livelier, driving

: Mr/ and Mrs.' A.. R. Harringtonand .., ,.:a, :" that's fun. Chevron gasolines are now ready

r family had u their guest this oj; j to go at your nearby Standard station,

\ weekend her sister Mrs. Sydney ; :where we take better care of your car.
Preston of Hollywood. S 41E y'a"c

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:Par* Six The Everglades Nwc Canal Point, Florida Friday, July '2. 1065

I [ News::;!:Tme ChurchesSt. ]I-what Where Hunters Where of a to To problem go Problem is Go always with Is some many anne by her Sims.home Statesboro Hrs.:her parents.of after She nieces James West was Georgia a Mr.Peggy Palm Deal two accompanied and week and,Beach.Ellen have Mrs.cfeUdrea visit and returned Benpla home lu-wjth: pf

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Peter's Lutheran %u* IT*'n j*rp' 'M't pjl !I\\I11 *' ;Mr. and Mrs Earl Hester of Melbourne -
First Pptlst PgnaJ I Ppint in the bag. The answer to part of
the of Mr. and
Church BGl lade this "where To"go" dilemma may were guests
'. G11lfchaoee! PiJ ptast 43h arch be found in the public dove hunt Mrs. Paul Younger and Mr. and
Mrs. Cecil
August Koerber Pastor I Guthrie W. CoWard, Pastor Lawrence Stewart Pastor ing areas established, by the Game

601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade SUNDAY SUNDAY: and Fresh Water Fish Commis ----

SUNDAY: 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 9:45 a. m.--Sunday School sion.On "
f Divine Services 11 A. M. I' 11:00 the other hand, hunters may
11:00: a. m.-Morning: Worship a. m.-oni1ng Worship
their own Classified Ads
with little effort develop
School 9:45 A. M. 6:30 Union
: 6:30: p. m.-Training Union : p. m.-Training

d. a I 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30: p. m.-:Evening: Worship shooting areas. Some hunters for hunting may-
lease agricultural fields
Holy Nativity WEDNESDAY: WEDNESDAY: POSITIVELY all want ads or
those that don't,
7:30, p. m.-Prayer Service 7:30: p. m.-Prayer Meeting purposes. classifieds, as you wish to call
Episcopal. ChurchPahokee -a e the planting of food plots for fall them are payable in advance from

The Methodist Church The Pahokee ChurchOf dove According hunting to may O. be E. an Frye answer., Commission his day forward. Don't phone 'em.
Write it and dip: a dollar bill In
Rev. William Pickels View! .. Canal Point, FloridaJames The Nazarene Director browntop millet to I, the envelope if you want it run
has proven to be the answer
SUNDAY once. $2 if you want it run'twice
of the "where to go" problem
8:00: A. M. Holy Communion W. Baugher Pastor Rev. Willard Kllpatrick a part and so on.iVUAT'S .
: i dove field canpay
and planted
SUNDAY: 433 Baco'ra Point Rd.

First Methodist 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 862' dividend by providing' some IN THE ATTIC that you

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship SUNDAY SERVICES: excellent hunting. don't need? A $1.00 classified adn
The 4, is a prime
'Church, PahokeeJohn 6:00: p. m.-Evening Worship. 9:45: a., m.-Sunday School week of July this column will probably find
tide the October sea
TUESDAY: 11:00, a. m.-Sunday Worship planting for you a sale. Just write your ad, ea-
A. Briley Pastor 8:00: p. m.-Woman'* Society 6:30: p. m.-Juniors son. Early August is the proper ':lose a dollar and we'll do the rest.
the November
SUNDAY: 1st Tuesday'WEDNESDAY 7:00: p. m. -Sunday Evening planting time for The Everglades News, Canal Point
I One successful planting
'' Evangelistic Service Fla.
9:45: a. m.-Church School :
pattern for browntop millet in
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship 7:30 p. m.-Prayer. Meeting WEDNESDAY:
fields calls for of millet
,'', 7:45: p. m.-Evening Worship I '7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer open about 15 feet wide strip interspersed FOR SALE: New and Used Willys
-- --- meetlnlg. Jeeps. Walter Ashley' Garage
First Baptist 30 feetwide.
"Where you are a stranger' but with unplanted strip in Belle Glade Phone 6.3058.
Glades Baptist Church Church Canal PointRev. once" Millet should be planted at a Oct. 17-54-ch.

I ratio of approximately 20 pound

I (Rev. Jonathan I* Wolf) -- to the acre and fertilized at about FOR SALE: Grey chihuahua pup-
James Harrison Church Of God
i Meets in Pahokee Lions Club 600 pounds per acre.CLASSIFIED py. Will be ready on July 16. Seven
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I Building Barfield Highway weeks old. Notify Mrs. Sharon
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School
I SUNDAY SCHOOL fl:45: a. m. ADS PAY Richardson at 924-5770 in Paho-
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship
PREACHING-11:00 a. m. and BIO DIVIDENDS kee. J9p
6:30: p. m.-B. T. C. Pahokee Fla.
7:30 p. m. 7:30: p. m. Evening Worship A. L. Stone, Minister
SUNDAY B. Y. F.-6:30 p. m.
WEDNESDAY: Phone 924-7363

WED. PRAYER-7:30.. p. m. 7:30 p. m.-Mldweek Prayer SUNDAY: .

Service.Hazard 0:45: a. m.-Sunday School
The Church Of God .4 11:00 a. m.-Morning Wo ship ENJOY DELIGHTFUL SUMMER
Of Prophecy Pahokee 7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser-
Committee viceTUESDAY
Canal Point Road
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7:30: p. m.-Youth for Christ
John H. Kinard, pastor Program July 17

10: a. m.-Sunday School Service. Weekend
,.11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service Specials 7
7:45: p. Evangelistic State Road ;Dept. officials will IRainbow Girls At

n' Service cooperate with county, city and Meet on Beautiful
8:00: p. m. Tuesday-VJLkB. canal hazard committee members
t, '8:00 p. m. Thursday-W ALB. SINGER ISLAND
when the Groundbreaklng Ceremonies -
\ Everyone welcome. Special Twelve of the Rainbow girls FLORIDAChampionship

music and singing.. for the construction of the from Assembly No. 16 left Sunday.

first guard rails along area canalsis June 20, for the Grand Assembly 7tfl"'

,Church Of Christ held in -Belle Glade on Saturday; In Jacksonville. The girls stayed
18 Hole GOLF
July 17.Plans.
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,in the Hotel Seminole.
'i 125 N. W. Avenue D for the roadside ceremonyand
Fabulous Ocean and lake FISHING
Phone WY 6-3887 the program for the luncheonat The girls started out by attend- Daily

Belle Glade, Fla. the local Holiday Inn were ing church, services Sunday night. SWIMMING SKIN DIVING WATER SKIING and BOATINGPalm

SUNDAY SERVICES formulated by canal hazards com- They attended three meetings a
10:00: a. m.-Bible Study mittee members with day with time out for lunch and back Shorn until total and apartment accommodations. art now offered at
working Medal law UMMf rate*,located directly o* the Atlantic ocean Bin bland paradise .
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Carroll Lance, director of information dinner. to urmMded br 12 golf counts for daily play Drift.blunt (at special rates,charter
7:30 p. m.-Evenlng Worship I ; and research for the State The last night there they attended If outboard rental-will delicti every angler. Brine" your om boat There's excellent
WEDNESDAY the "Stairways to Sesslon.s" docUnf and launching facilities One ol. Hondas /finest battilnf" beaches to ben.
Road Department. Plat. Inexpensive vnkand .r tones to the lain. Beaches. Visit or write today.
7:30 p. m.-Bible Study ; State Road Board Chairman which ended with the installation
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of state officers. State
Floyd Bowen, who is also the head
St Mary's Catholic of the State Chamber of Commerce Worthy ,Advisor was Beverly
Schultz of Fort Myers.. PALM IUOI Irssow suasessasewi USOCIAIIOee
wHJ represent Governor
:: Chyrch Haydpn Purns.Bpwen will tike Chaperones were Masons' Wor Pawl 1M4A suc PIA,
Master !r't''d .._ "e ""
part In the Groundbreaking Ceremony shlpfjj.) Arnold Hughes and
'Father Francis Fennech Pastor on Highway 441 in front of Ray Ursry Eastern Stars Marie tWIll -w..rrAOpAl1g

;* Sunday Mass- 11:30,a. m. the Glades Office Building northof Hughes and Faye Ursry also
'" Confessions before Mass Worthy Advisor's mother Mrs.
Belle Glade and will speak .at
Peacock. air 1lA1I

..the luncheon.Chelsle Wava .. ,., .... ,,
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Member} .. DJstrfct No, 4. State Roa$ -- --- - ---:;-- -
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of willparticipate'<< -
In the Groundbreaking Ceremon-

Belle Glade across from I es. County Commissioner E, W.

Bowling Alley on Rd..80 ([Bud) :'Weaver;w" o4 represents the

10.00 a. m.-Bible StudyTll:00 Wf",Wh VW ty, 9f rare .tf Big DividendsONYOURSAVINQS
a. m.-Morning Worship the program along the canal Dank.

8:30: p. m.-Evening Service 4? thft prp rtaf.bflrn) IR}.BeDe

,"jjj 7:30 p. m.-Wed.: Bible Study Glade and received, ,the endorser 4%%
A ment < area official 'Mayors t. '

School ProgramIn George LeBron Williams, ljele| 'i!' r' \Ve Jnqy.it i is, .neqring vacation time, but let'snot

Glade; Duncan Padgett, Pahokeencluded ..
a14? :lfHn"' are : forget. the regular weejcjy or monthly savig 1.

Special Eves, !ajn will. on a the i9rg4..t)4, programs.:.g .eflj*WI. ll aj- $ tjhat/ ypj aft putin away. Those savingscan

the invitational luncheon" while' draw an unusually large percent of interest
The summer enrichment pro Padgett and Elfera -ire on the

gram tat Canal Point school has roadside agenda. I right: .here at the Everglades Federal-. a huge

been operating under the direction I MMfcr..Qf. pstfmpnltf,. fpr( Vfluncheon \ I 4V6 percent. The main office<< at Belle Glade
; or
of W. W. White principal. Skjntf,ot promam 'WY Ifl Bpbe.ita

the interesting events 1U)4"tJ1 (Bob.. ) Lee,J" fprjnejr Pfe ;ptof the other office in Pahokee' offers you a friendly -
results are as follows: the CbamlKU'oG4i: eaedpublicity

50-yard run nine and ten year ,director for the Sugarcane service when it comes to taking,,care of your

: old girls: first, Jana) Maxson: second Growers Cooperative of Flor- savings account Along with the_ splendid interest
Ann Bunnell third
and Rhonda ida milL
Wlnn. 50-yarn run.'10 and 11. State Senator Jerry Thomas, you will enjoy doing business with either

year old girls: first, Julia Vanland- ,Wesi Palm Beach, and"Represent office.EVERGLADES.

ingham; second Karen Hooks and ative Emmett Roberts, Belle .

I third. Kathy Maxson. Glade who were influential in

i 50-yard run, eight and nine year carrying the fight ot the committee FEDERAL
J old boys: first Jay Stewart; second to the .tate level arjp tocluded: :

i i Jon Harris and third Gustavo on the luncheon program.
: $; cabedo. 50- yard run 9 and 10 The public is invited to attendthe ;Sj9igs And Loan Association

; year old boys: Joe Carr, first; c&DoW14e Groundbreaking
'I Keith Maynor second; and third Ceremony at 11:30: a. m. A huge

Alan Tarr. 50-yard run 11 year crowd is expected to show their :rsi lie Glade
j iq1(': --6.u.ft ... appreciation'for the first step la.jfimlMtinj .
BaDej, +ecosrd and 1r.a 1 iywea"ts: ; the many lanai:. hart

third. ard in south Florida. .

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School Patrons In Elementary School. high school at Pahokee while the" Hurricane Course cumulus
"So the children from Stream I I available classroom space in Canal .
(continued from 1) line and Pelican Lake are being i Point Elementary School will be continued From Page 1) expert':
page sent to Canal Point. used by elementary children from j The U. S. Weather Bureau
in the Pahokee Junior High School. "Our original thinking was that I([Streamline," concluded the board. I I Hurricane Esther in 1961 and near
Canal Point Elementary School. all the children at Streamline ,I I I ricane Beulah in 1963, then clouds
now has some vacancies in Its might be taken by; bus to Paho breather. 1 Only
classrooms. Therefore elementary kee Elementary School. But whenwe I This year is also will try was
school children from Streamline I got down to detailed planningand I the first time to seed a i
and Pelican Lake are being sent to noted the overcrowding of ralnband a curve of heavy At'q by
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Canal Point. These elementary I Pahokee Elementary School which miles from the eye. Bureau
school children cannot be placed in would be caused by such an arrangement BIRTHS The new seeding expriment, part In
I the decision was madeto I
Pahokee Elementary School because !nounced by the Commerce
that facility is already! send some of the elementary ment and the Navy, begins July
crowded. It would be educational children instead, to Canal Point "Mr. and Mrs. James Sims of ,and runs through Oct. 1. Fla., J la
wrong to take the Canal Point' Elementary School where there Lake Worth announce the birth of During this time, Navy, Mr. and
Junior high school students out of will be vacancies., a son, weighing 8 pounds, f oz. I Force and U. S. Weather Point
Pahokee Junior High School and "Canal Point students will con- Paternal grandparents are Mr. planes will feed silver iodide, Padgett
place them back in Canal Point tinue in their area's own junior I and Mrs. Bennie Sims of Pahokee. I storm clouds in the Western I


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