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: July 2, 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
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00184
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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H New Pahokee _Grade School,. f Ready In .1'966 I IA

new elementary .school large
enough to handle 720\ stu.denta will Museum Will Be Lions Club Makes Tourist Spending Pahokee And Canal

be built in Pahokee and reAd..forthe Protected By Dog Nears 3 Billion
tall term In 1964. \ to
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an,announcement made Wednesday Few Hundred Cash Point Have Only.1
SARASOTA The Board of TALLAIIASEE Total tourist
night by the county: school

board.neighborhood The school of 500000.00:wm coat and In the In Trustees recently of the at the Ringing Museum Museumsmet of Art For Its Sight Fund at spending$2, 88,387OOO in Florida during was-estimated 1964 by Mail Out Each Day

in Sarasota and agreed to the -
all probability the equipment andfurnishings purchase Charles W. Campbell chairman of \
of a dog. the Florida Development Oommlsslon. .
will run the amount In It wasn't an ordinary dog, how The ,Pahokee Lions club, garnered The total showed an Increase Pahokee and ,Canal Point have

the School neighborhood of 75000000.Fulton ever, but a specially trained police a few hundred dollars in cash of $63,991,000 over 1963, ac- about the same, kind of outgoing
Supt dog for the protection of the Mu from their aU-day operation on cording to Campbell. mail service today that they had
made the announcement and said
scums' grounds against nighttime Monday, the Fifth of July, when Average dally expenditure per 40 yean ago :when mail went and
that the school In Paho '
present ya.ndaUaJn. The dog, to be purchased they served barbecue on the dike person for the estimated 14,484- came by boat on the West Palm
kee will be used for a Junior-sen
and In the air conditioned Lions
from the National Police Dog 692 tourists in 1964 WILt $15.76 Beach Canal. High official in the
for school with facilities to be I
high I Academy in Moline, Kansas, Will club building. Grown-ups shelled Comparable figures in 1963 were. poat office department ,have elimh ,
adapted to improve curricula. The
roam the Museums' grounds from out $1.50 per plate and children $14.80 per person for 14,208,279'vI.1ton. nated the morning outgoing mail
coat of the school proposed is inline
were fed for 100. The plate contained -
'midnight until. daylight of each from both offices and now the
with accreditation standards day i II halt a chicken baked beans, Of all the dollars tourists spent only,mail out of either office is
for a school to handle 750 puplla.Location I. The Museums have been the target sweet corn cole slaw, bread and a In 1964, 2358 per cent went for between 5:30: and 0 p. m. each day.
of the new school Fultton wasnot of several vandals in the past drink-a delectable;! repast for an lodging and another 18.20 per cent Heretofore Canal Point and p__.,

pln-polated by Supt. who marred and damaged valuable Independence Day celebration. for food and drink in restaurants, hokeo enjoyed a morning mall in
but possibilities point to a new objects of art. The dog it Is hoped Reports. from the committee in night clubs and taverns. The next and a.morning mail out with another
location immediately north of the will give alarm in the case of intrusion charge of the day's affair are to largest percentage, 12.84VII for mall coming In at noon and '
new foot ball field on Larrimore
the effect that between three and
and serve as a deterrent amusements of various types leaving around'' 5 p. m. Now the
Road. The road la to be rebuilt and four hundred dollars will be cleared -
once It Is publicly known that :former noon mall cornea in at 4:30:
will make an ideal location for such a guard lion duty each nIght. after bills of operating are paid. p. m. to,the Canal Point office with
such a imlmtdM school fa Wtv.The -. Out of this money the first hundred .,Junior College Bus the outgoing mall being dispatch
wound the
school dollars will to help the
go ed at 5:40,: p. m. The morning maltcomes '"
student congestion problem in the Rainy ,Season Here Chamber of Commerce pay for the in at 8,30'a: .m.
Canal Polnt-Pahokee the dike From Glades To
area fireworks display atop the Belle Glade I* more, fottunatqthan ,
spokesman said The present P V Monday flight. The remainder of
the two town, In the
And Larrimore I Upper: ,
hokee elementary school is, overcrowded the money wlU"ro In the Club's.fght't Start August Gladei. That city UU has its two
.; and is part of the complex .. nunBUan fund.' ,,*.. !! 16
Malls in two malls out
of Pahokee senior high Junior Road Work StartsThe At Tuesdays meeting of the ...... .:.. < Sectional f.Dd center" per recently dayjA ..;
high and elementary. It is not for club Mayor Duncan Padgett became .
A recently purchased 72-paa Mt up in West Palm Beach .is supposed -
the best in accreditation to have the new program chairman. senger bus will be in operationfrom to better service to mall
young: students mixed with seniorsas summer rainy season The mayor talked on city government the Glades this coming term patrons and bring about overnight
in the present situation, he said. which started officially on June 9 He said that several towns to Palm Beach Junior College beginning delivery anywhere In the state. If
The extra classroom space in -is hen In a big way with regular plan a get-to-gether to line up on August 16. The the group In charge of the new
Pahokee might ''also mean' that afternoon summer thundershowers. hose things they want and need ule calls for the bus to "center" has to cut service to all
fewer Pahokee children will be And what do you suppose happened during the next 12 months. The pickup In Canal Point at Sched.j towns like they have In Canal
sent to school in Canal Point. this week, now that we are mayor thinks that needed Improvements mentary school at 6:10 a. Point and Pahokee to provide overnight
Plans to transfer about 80 pupilsto in the midst of the rainy season? at the Pahokee airport i return to that point at 6 p. 'm. service In the state, we can't
a previous aU-white Canal Construction work started on Lar. could be made and become an ink ,I Pick-up by the bus is as follows seethe advantage of the new deal.
Point School have drawn the fire rimore Road In Pahokee. ducement for an airline to make : .. ...

of many white..residents.. ... A letter on the desk of the edIt- It a regular atop.. 8:10: a. m. Canal Point Element Donation To
or of this newspaper from the ary School; 8:20: a. m. Pahokee Huge

Former Resident powers that be in the State Road Steak House Will High School; 6:25: a. m. East Lake
department In Fort Lauderdale, High School; 6:55: a. m. Belle Glade Baptist College
says that the work of rebuildingthis High School; 7:00: a. m. Lake Shore
Graduated U. of Ga. popular road would begin Close On July 17 High School: 8:15 a. m. arrive at

January 25, 1H Now more than I Palm Beach: Junior College Campaign officials of the \J1IW,
six months are gone and work ; The return trip to the five pIck. Baptist-sponsored college to be
William W. Elam, son of Mr. only started this week. I For RemodelingThe up points .is:_ I milt in Palm Beach County were

and Mrs. W. B. dam of Glen- Official State_ Road ..Departmentsigns I 3:45: D. m. Leave Palm Beach I elated this, week over the announcement -
wood Georgia and former Canal are on either end Of the construction 441 Steak House In Pahokee 'Junior College; fi00; p. m. First of a $100,000 gut from
Point residents received the Doctor Job and one lone dragline drop off (Lake; Shore); 0:05: p. m. a Palm Beach couple.
was busy on the job Wednesday will be closed on Saturday, July 18.0004' drop off (Belle Glade>)>; The gift from Mr. and Jfn. Wllt-
.of Philosophy degree to Botany We predict that when the contractor 11, for the remainder of the monthof J((5:35: p. m. Third drop oft (East lam T. Wakeman puahed the total

e at the June 8> Commencement Exercises Rubin Construction Company July while an extensive remodr- Lake High School); 5:40: p. m.Fourth raised to $47,000. The Palm-Lake

of the University of Georgia. of West Palm Beach, gets ling program is carried out, according drop off (Pahokee): 5:50p. Baptist Association .la railing f 1-
Athena Dr. Kara U a gradur' the green light from the Road Department to )Ir. and Mrs.: Babs Up- m. Fifth drop off, .(Canal Point, 600,000 to build the new Instttulon. -
\ ate of Pahokee High School and things will begin to hum. Hegrove, proprietors.The 6 p.; m. .
a former resident of Canal Point. The Rubin concern is one of South 441 is one of the most'popular The bus will not arrive at Junior Sen. Fred O. (Bud) Dickinson,

He was awarded a 3-year Title! Florida's outstanding contractorsand eating spots in. the Glades and College until 8:15 a. m. so stu- Jr., chairman of the college campaign -
IV National Defense Education Act the Job will be expedited If Mr. Upthegrow pointed out that dents are cautioned not to ache caned the contribution "a

..... Fellowship In 196L for work to- rainy weather doesn't ,cause another more kitchen room .Is needed and ule any 7:30: a. m. classes. The bus most generous and significant! 'conrJbutlon -
ward the Ph' D. degree. He was delay in orders from the during the closed period an addI- will leave the campus on the return and it will undoubtedly

; elected 'to Phi Kappa Phi Honor powers that be.In.Fort. Lauderdale. tional 25 feet win be added. Several trip at 1:45: p. m. be'' the forerunner of similar conrlbutions. -
y j Society for outstanding academic more modern conveniences and "' ."
achievement and was elected tof ON N. Y. BUYING TRIP more equipment will also be addedto ATTEND BAPTIST ALLIANCE Dr. Jess Moody, chairman of the

membership in Phi Sigma, and The Mr. and Mrs. Herman Magrill the kitchen he said. Mrs. Paul Rardin and her aunt, College Committee who announcedthe

Society of the Sigma XL and family will stave Sunday by In the .dining room the program Mrs.. Mae Seckinger of Glennville, I contribution said "We are delighted
Dr. Elam has accepted a poet. plane for New York City where alls for a new floor which will be that Mr: and Mrs. Wake
f hey win spend next week. While from Ga.. spent last week In Miami -
tlon on the faculty of Mississippi put down during the holiday man have contributed so generously
\ State University, StarkvUle. as there Mrs. Magrill and the child 'serving Already new drapes have where they attended the Baptist to the campaign. The pledge has
ren will attend 'the World's Fair enhanced the beauty of the inter World Alliance. Following their return been earmarked for a "Departmeat
I Departwent and Mr. Magrill win, ,spend the ior of the dining room and chainare to Canal Point Wednesday of American Studies."

Forestry; He will begin his duties time buying merchandise for his being reworked to make them they went to Daytona Beach fora In making the contribution Mr.
there beginning July 1. Jd63. I popular Pabokee Army Store. He more attractive.ATTEND few days with Mrs. Rardin re- and Mrs Wakeman said, "We are
Mrs. Elam is the former NeUe !just recently completed a new I turning to Canal Point yesterdayand most Interested In private education

t DeLoach of McRae, Georgia. They concrete block storage room at the CONVENTIONMrs. Mrs. Seckinger continuing to and the fact that there will be
have three children. rear, of his store. her Georgia home. no government encroachment in
.a. I John II. Kinard and her .L the operation of the college.
I '. VISIT IN ALABAMA Mrs. E. F. Weathers and daugh: daughters, Erma Jean and Mrs. CIRCLElLL)1EET .1 .m "
ter. Pat of Belle Glade spent the Buck Cobb of South Bay, will attend The lone Patterson Circle of the Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers had
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff stUart .1 tt Fourth of July'weekend at Lake the State Convention of The' Canal .Point Baptist church will u their guests Sunday her sister,
yesterday for Alabama where Worth Beach. They were accompanied Church of God of Prophecy convening I meet next Monday afternoon at laud Collins and grandchildren.

they_ will spend a week or tea days' by her niece Aleda. Shack-1! in Ocoeef Florida, Wednes- 2:30 o'clock 'at the church with Jeffrj and Ronnie Brown of Ilia
on a short vacation. '''ford day through Sunday;, JuI.,1.U. Mrs. W. A. Baker as hostess. lean.

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Friday JlaQr 9;. 1965
Two The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida
'I'Li --I II. tnaa New York, wJpL: file applies/.
r' 6-5, the second most wins in the at Hookers Point
1. 1 I league. Aa ft r \t ult'pjf ths ,move. tion according to reliable! sources.>
I. water into POtash'j The start of the w/firocejedlnga
The Standings: imports by
t&at has
W L GB increased from 25,000 tons : returns to life a struggle
city; Produces,POE. _J.2 ,1 to more: : than 100,000 tons.in. !?. I been going on sage 19g3 when. the
or. make
l ne a ?_,9 4, 3 And the picture for 1966.JOOJWtjren |I CAB refused to jjengw
f1 eVi 1et, _","'. 8 y(6 better. The Potash Company I I pennanjgit a temporary five-year-
np -""........... 4 ',zt IV: at 'America kis near an agreement I I certificate granted Northeast in.1BML .
I. A.: r.LMalNo. 57,7, 8 with ,Pate ydoring .<;9- for the (I
Geneva' JDrlve-Inn ..... ti :ty 8%: coming feUiUaer year. Meanwhile Eastern and National
1,6 'F#tash .iniport tonnage Is ex-I I never ceased trying ,to: get Northeast
Tampa Port ..GainsPhosphate pecj d 'ip pls.the A50.000 top..s a out of the market, asserting;
yew dark bply pf 1, 67.tf I that three airlines are one too

Tonnage ; many for. the.MnIYork. to Miamisrvfce. .

.1!Airlines In Fight I ,
The Rardin. I\u94jp\g In '.Canal Pot Florida TAMPA:-Potash once a tiny I II
grain In the over-all picture of Over Fla.Jane nQSPITALPatients PATIf19
Tip: LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF tonnage for the Port of Tampa' I at the Evejglades Memorial -
.is J:8J\t: lY coming gala ptit. $nAMI-The fight over a third Hospital! this week are:
EVIR-GLADES NEWS PArt ,of .the .>>an.Jm>>gG SQrn ag Q2minctc Jill'Jn.epl! the FIQr- I Louise Devane, Christine -Trus

.volume.. I New York market win be renewed sell, Pat Gandy, R. J. "izemore,
jIzv9g; {. u 1ellce O Ceecteq e Fanning,Region WitpputInterruptidn iIi previous veawexcept ,for a'I in1 Washington July $' :Iwhen1 i,ttteI Linda Prescott, Juanli Das.
Ever) Week to; 40'learl smair tonnage that moved into I I Civil f nautlcs"Roard' has set "

Established March -11,.1924 Published:Every,Friday Tampa i ,jby.barge.c' .|ocal 4er i the case ,for ,a .pr.eh a .njr. Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance er plants, most of the potash -I I ence. .
shipped by rail to Florida rom the At issue will be the routes now I &
The Everglades/ ?News' Is.Entered at the Post OfficeIn Carlsbad, New Mexico, area. I I I(!served by,Northeast Airlines from II III Mrs. ,Heten McNeat rec atljr/re*
Canal Pot JTprida, as Second Class Matter Thanks to a move by International -|Florida to New York, Washington, I It turped to her home in Fay U ville

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher Minerals and ,Chemical I Philadelphia and New England. ;:N. ,C., aflav six weeks with: her
Corp. (IMC), a terminal arrangement -I i! In addition to Northeast, several sister and! brother-in-law; Mr. and
record 18 batters. c and'only gave irp* has been concluded with'The other' airlines are expected'to offer Mrs. R. D. Howard, In Pahokee.

y PrOOJ1 jj jTL only a double,and single to .recordbis : Tampa, Stevedorfng .90. .and '.thp l I to serve the make_ ",Braniff* ,is !' -
r tenth pitching victory. .j es Aah" tJltJr: }l after the'New York to Florida Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Pitts will
n Second .pi e' fl& leyVi Jy la;y, t c atgt.-Wilkinson Co., route. Delta, TWA', ':nited and have as their guest next week,her
Map' Cleaners battled City Products on mbth; %# ,t Uiallnas ,been Northwest, all presently serving I I brother Sgt. Alvy Aldridge and
even etms for.foyr,Innings Saturday ed At JUxerrCulf Termin: Florida on .ro: t.S.t9 Flakes: ,other +family of Germany.
City products the I I I
League-leading night and then ,Icemen
Ht tLeaguem .tWt flJ bpml (1.Eafl 'Vann,for ten;r q s Jlj '
es from I.'A. M. Local the .fifth apd sixth and pie .game .,. M, 11' ... ;,;;T;'i..:. ;""1t....,.."...oll"ft... ....t:..:. :(., .)<. ..)< .H (")+ :.
No. 57, 4-3 In eight innings, and was.halted in the nii4dle of,a rally ; '
'R shley'* Dry c aners.11 'O'1ri'an because of the 10-run rule. Buddy '" ... 'abbreviated cont .st"that' was,halt Lampl singled In the first .two : c. .
IcI'ln the sixth Inning with the.10run City Products runs, Jeff Barwickdrove ; "

rule being:exercised, 'to inCrease In another, and Alvy Early "

their.lead over the nearest hammered a three-run homer to .... .. ..'1... ." t
.'competition, Ra&hley'a, to three put icing on the cake for Bonnellas Phone 924-5511--Pahokee .1>
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'fail. games: : I I the big righthander struck.out :..
Alyy" Early drove a line drive eight more hitters to give him 124 t .
tome run over the centerfield fence I for the season and push his recordto i ; SALES and SERVICE
th the eighth inning to lift City 111. This was the third time 'In : : '
Products over 'I'-A. ML 43.: afterPHll'BonneU'had I as many JJ1es'that the Icemen i !. Heating Air Conditioning Appliances +
'dramatically tied I have beaten th second place! ,chal ..
''the"'game. in the seventh inning lenges.Locattatchee's. I, ; ,!;"";" >">": ".:" :..>4>:e> >.> > >'!:) >'!>.).>.: .:"">..>.>..:..:...) )..> >+
rwlth a clutch home run:Jim Tyson ,Prison ,Farm,
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j&frore anyone .was'out In the first Glades Chevrolet, ,13-12, narrowly -
J lining with a: tW' -r homer, but holding on after at one time
n' rr r-plague 'fourth Inning put leading 12:0 C toimpye: into fourth F hbJ,1;''> 'fi"ii:':.: ', ? {Ett f. a,. o. '
'tt.'JA', M. t out front 34 until' Bon* P-C9. Cladeis aftyrx>ie"tbovmced .
'nell's ,blow In 'the seventh. ;Losing back with an 11-3 Casting of I. A. >:'te y }Qe

pitcher, Perry Rigdon' ,(()-2)), only M. to/4rop'JJ\e I;LocaT I 67 ,team to 1 ,k .:. ; 0p
lowed one -hit from Tyson fifth place. bed iKeOlP, dwye: hi .>t. t '*'.. 1? y t R\ x ih'a y .+5l t f = y
'homer i in the 'first until 'Bonnellaitd two runs, as did winning} pltfher hi
'Early cOnnected in the seventh Junior j eadows. wltha triple.helping ; 4i'.a
II'':4nd eighth. ;BonnelT! ( struck out' a move 'tils pitching record to

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Every :Bond you buy .helps ,our government further the ends forever a drudging chore. Washes. rinses and diSTanto.: '
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cix months With bothS: and H Bonds the new jrate Q:In what denominations can I buy series B and series ,
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a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity. JU B Bonds: #6 (coat $18.75), $50 (cost $37.50)),'$100' :' ) I
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At home from avacation,tour of our primary a.1m.1s to demonstrate, ,v
Florida are Mr. and 'Mrs.*_Harold Stetson School Of this fact. Since the advent of the
I I PERSONAL NEWS NOTES Lang. II' Theatre of the Absurd, the absurdities

spent Mrs.: two H. L.days Pitts in Key and West family re- Law Is ExpandedST. I timely In, England especially appear in its peculiarly view off

society: and the world in generalWe
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Mr. and Mrs. Thor Hatton, Mr.! Mr. and Mrs. Thor Hatton I were PETERSBURG $750,000 hope that our audience will
and Mrs. Charles Story, Mr. and'the recent guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Mrs. B. Elliott and children have expansion program at the Stetson I recognize we are doing something
Mrs. Lewis Pope, and Mr. and Jay Salvatore in Ft. Pierce. returned to their home in Talla- University College of Law In St similar to Theatre of the Absurd.'"

Mrs. William Hatton spent the .hassee. Petersburg has been approved by .
Fourth of July weekend In Daytona J.;'L. Humphrey.Sr., left Thursday Mr. and Mrs. George McElhenny the university board of trustees.
Beach attending the fire for Alamo, Georgia, for a few were called to Jacksonville by the Stetson President J. Ollie Ed Rogers Likes Idea
days where he will join Mrs. Hum- I
works and races. death of his sister. munds said work on constructionof
phrey. They will attend a family I administration building anda
Mr. and Mrs. George McElhennyhad reunion there. He was accompanied Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly the classroom an building will start in'OfNewState Plan

as their guest over the week- by his granddaughter, Theresa grandson of Jacksonville were I!January with, completion expectedIn
son Weathers.Mrs. weekend guests of -Mr. and Mrs. ,
Jr. from
end their George, September .of 1966. Each buildIng :
Emory University-in tlanta. Sam Scruggs Sr. They were ac- WASHINGTON, D. C.--The following
will cost approximately $375-
Lester Holmes had as her companied home by Mrs. SusIE! is the text of a statement
Tommy McElhenny and Paul guest last weekend her sister, Mrs.C. Williams,, :Mrs. Scruggs" mother, 000 he said.Beginning. \ made by Congressman)! Paul G.
,,I Cruthlrd left this week for a visit A. French, of Ft. Myers. whop.has visited here for two at mldyeargrad &- Rogers on the redistricting action
1065-68 students
tion In : graduat-
with Paul's parents, :Mr. and Mrs. weeks.
taken by the Florida Legi-
Maxson of Canal Point Is
Kathy of Law
ing from Stetson College
Cleve Cruthird In Illinois.. .
In ,the Good Samaritan Hospital i Mr. and Mrs. H./L. Pitts had as will receive Jurist I doctor degreesInstead slature: :

i ,Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Pitts are ex- where'she underwent; surgery.Mr. their 'guest her sister, ,Rose Aid- of bachelor of law degrees. "The Florida State Legislatureis
ridge, of Fort Worth Texas. to be highly commended for
pecting Mr. and :Mrs. Douglas i Edmunds said this change; was
: and Mrs. Elmer Jones will their equitable redistribution of
Blackwood ,of Las Vegas next have as their guests next week. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. 'Howard and authorized by the Stetson trustees of Florida's 12 Congressional Dist
week. Mrs.1 son, Doug, spent the weekend With and is in line with a trend
their and children
daughter tricts in line with the st te', popu-
Mr. and :Mrs. Don I among the American Bar Associa-
Weir and fam-
James Bailey. of Florida!
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Sears and lation. The people South
ily at Ft Fla. tion-approved law schools throughout -
] Myers,
i.1 family were the guests of his par- Mrs. Lawrence Stewart and the country. should particularly congratulate
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sears children have gone to visit her Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Sims are va- -. "our area delegations to Tallahassee
over the weekend.Mr. cationing In Georgia and the Caro- for their successful efforts to
mother in Cocoa for two weeks. Asolo Theatre To
I linas. secure an additional District.
and Mrs. Angus Sims and I :Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Miller and ._ Have New Program "By dividing the present Sixth
family of Canal Point spent the I children have returned' home this Wilma Jean WaldronTo District, Florida largest into anew
Fourth of July weekend with relatives week after two weeks stay at the SARASOTA Tomorrow 'evening 9th and 10th District the
$ in St. Petersburg.Mrs. beach. Wed J. L. Brown (July 10); ) at 8:30: the curtain Legislature has recognized the

Nancy McCarley has left Mrs. Shackford and .:.-... I will rise on the opening- night performance rapid growth of South Florida.
for ,Girl Scout Camp at Jupiter family will Dorothy have as their guest for I vMrs. Grace Waldron of Canal by the Asolo Theatre "I have enjoyed a lifelong association -
where she will be the camp nurse Fras- Point announces the engagementand Festival company of Oscar Wilde's with the people of Broward
two weeks her nephew, Billy
for two weeks. approaching 'marl age of her "The Importance of Being Earn County, and hope to maintain this
ure of Carroway"Ark. I daughter, Wilma Jean.t to' Jack, est.,' \ ", fine relationship in the future even

NOTICE OF INTENTION Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Baxter have Leroy Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Considered by many to be the though it will not be my privilege
: TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS returned home after a visit with I Gideon H. Brown; of, Clewlston. finest farce comedy in the English I to represent Broward County in
NAME relatives in Carlton, Alabama. I Miss Waldron attended Belle language\ the play was an immediate II l Congress after 1966.
I Notice is hereby given that the Glade and,Melbourne High Schools] success when first producedin "The new 9th District which
}J j undersigned, under the provisions Charlse Dermody is spending a I and was graduated from Forest London In 1895. Before th: will Include my home county of
:I of Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, month with her grandparents, Mr. Hill High School in 1963. She also opening night of the play. Oscar I I Palm Beach, is to be made up also
Acts of 1941, will register with the< and Mrs. Dermody, in,North Caro- 'attended two years of Palm Beach Wilde commented to a reporter: of Martin, Glades, Hendry, Collier,
Cerk of the Circuit Court, in and ina. Junior Collelge majoring in art and "The play is a success. The only and Lee which I have had the

for ;Palm Beach County, Florida, Guests Over the weekend of Mr. Home EC., question is whether the audience I'pleasure to represent for 12 years,
upon receipt of proof of publicationof and Mrs.. Homer Barnes, were her Mr Brown is a 1961 graduate of will be a success." and St. Lucie, Indian River, Okee-
this notice, the fictitious name, daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Clewiston High School. He is now The Festival's production Is De- chobee and Charlotte, which I
to-wlt: Mrs.'Kenneth John'son'of Atlanta. employed by the United States Ing directed by Dr. Arthur Dorlag; served for 8 years prior to 1962.
SOUTH BAY FLORIST Accompanying them home, were Sugar Corporation.The co-director of Theatre at Florida Having worked closely with tho
South Bay, Florida Bruce and Reid Sears of Ft. wedding is set for 8:00 p. State University and general director counties to be Included in the new
Under which I am engaged Inbusf1esa'In Pierce. m. Friday, July 23, at the First of the Festival for the first I 9th District for so many year I
South Bay, Palm Beach: Baptist Church of Pahokee.No I three years of its exlstance. ,know it is a dynamic area of great
County, Florida. That the party Mrs. Ruth....Hatton of Ft. Pierce invitations are being sent. I Of "The Importance of Being importance to Florida's egress
interested in said business is Sadie was the recent guest of: her 'son All friends of the couple are in- Earnest" Dorlag says: "Moat important and I look forward to continuing:

Barwick. That the firm name is and daughter-in-law, Mr. and.. ... Mrs. vited to the wedding and the re- Is the simple fact that the my close association, with all my
South Bay FloristTo Thor Hatton.. ception immediately following j, play b excruciatingly funny and many friends in this area."
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Former Local Girl ing with, Dagwood, "Why don't *edo

I Ir 1 "Gloria this more Walker often probably?" is typical m

News Of The ChurchesSt Melts AudienceA same leaders.of aplomb the She best has the among managed thousand Girl with Sc6ut crises the

feature story in the :MontgomeoMlsy -
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Atf**err has JritoyJhrteVgstihgjMghljghtjr Jhajyecoiae
Pet.er's-Lutheran lIrsf il i e SSSf&mt l about a Sri .camping yearrwoTir trips1 or:' in tours meetings to ,this

Church Belle Glade li tWi ii; iioie 3af)'
Mrs. Jordan D. Walker-the former "Most of these leaders, no doubt, .

Koerber, Pastor : Guthrie WColvard' Castor? Stewart" 1'SUNDAY :' Miss Gloria 'Stuart, daughterof 'got into Scout work reluctantly,
August *? :and on assurances that there
601 W.Lake Rd., Belle Glade SUNDAY : Mr. and Mrs. Cliff stuart.
would be lot less toil than there
SUNDAY 9:45: a. m. Sunday School ,9:45 a. m.-Sunday School The writer of the.alory pointedout a
: would havea
Divine Services 11 A. ]L 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship how many parents were in attendance really is and that than they they really
Union 6:30 p. m. Training Union because they felt it a lot more help
School 9:45 A. :M. 6:30: p. m.Training
and with their
... 7:30 Evening Worship the also told of have. But once in,
I' ,' 7:45 p. m.; -Evening Worship : p. m.- duty to be # He little band of girls depending on
WEDNESDAY: : how cold the reception was
Holy NativityEpiscopal [ them, they do the best they can.
7:30: p. m.-Prayer Service 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Mrs. Walker stepped to the lectern "
Church .a to start the meeting. So uninterested It is good enough..

Pahokee :First Baptist The Pahok6e ChurchOf were the folks in attendance .II'

",Ii' I The NazareneRev. and so austere the gatheringthat Will Raise Funds
Rev. William Pickets, Viur' Church, Canal Point one man later told his wife, .
'At the beginning the odds were so

SUNDAY 8:00 A. M.-Holy Communion KM-. ._ i Rev. James Harrison Willard Kilpatrlck against her that I expected any Teen Town FacilityNine
.. SUNDAY: 433 :Bacora Point Rd. "" minute: to lee ifrs. Walker just
Phone 92(-7528 P. O. BoX 882 break' and dash out
9:45 a: m.-Sunday, School I down in tears
first Methodist [ 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship, SUNDAY SERVICES: 'the door." Now, let the Montgomery beauty operators have

Church, Pahokee 6:30: p. mr-B. >r:.C. '\, t". 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School ,writer take over and tell the banded themselves together in
7:30: p. m-Evening Worship 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship story: Belle Glade in an effort to raise
Pastor WEDNESDAY: 6:30: p. m. Juniors "She did no such thing. Instead, funds for a Teen Town facility In
John A. Briley, [
SUNDAY,' : I 7:30 p. 'm. :Midweek Prayer 7:00 p: m.-Sunday Evening she smiled and started talking, order to raise cash for the projectthe

9:45 m.-church School I Service. Evangelistic Service smiled and got the program operators have scheduled 4
a. Worship ., iIL.I i WEDNESDAY: through its awkward beginnings,I hair style show to be held at the
11:00 m.-Morning
7:30 p. .-Midweek Prayer [ smiled until she got the girls and I Holiday Inn, Sunday at 3:30: p. m.
WorshipGlades Christ
7:45 m.-Evening Church Of
k p. > I me Unig. I fathers involved in silly party:. Forty area models will be used
ChurchRev. 125 N. W. Avenue D "Where you are a sfranger but fames such as a relay race InvolvIng by the operators with the youngestone
] Baptist I once" and popping three of Admission -
Phone WY 6-3867 :. sitting on balloons being years age.
1 .1> will be $1.00
Belle Glade Fla. them. to the
( Jonathan L. Wolf) SUNDAY SERVICES Church ,Of God, "Before you knew it, everybody per person. .
Meets in Pahokee Lions Club --
there relaxed, and laughing;
10:00 a. m. Bible Study was
Building 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Highway .whooping and hollering and hav- CLASSIFIED ADS PAY
7:30 p. m.Evening Worship ng one fine time! Father and BIO
11:00 a. and Fla. i
7:30 p. m. ", A. L. Stone, Minister
7:30 m.-Bible Study
SUNDAY B. Y. F.630 p. m. p. -. Phone 924-7363 :Z, '
WED. PRAYER-7:30 p. m. SUNDAY: < .,;,
.. South Side ChurchOf "
1. \ 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School t ENJOY DELIGHTFUL/ SUMMER e..i.?;

The Church Of God Christ, 11:00 7:30 p.a. m.Evangelistic-Morning Worship Ser- WEEKENDS OR VACATIONS AT LOW RATES "

Of. Prophecy, Pahokee Belle Glade-across from viceTUESDAY ,y 701m 'Bead
Canal Point Road Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 : V 'vV VW
7:30 m.-Youth for Christ
10.00 a.-m.-Bible Study
John H. Kinard, pastor Servicethe
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Weekend
10: a. m.-Sunday School Specialson
6:30,p. m.-Evening Service
11:00 a. m.-Preaching
7:30 p. m.-Wed. Bible Study
7:45 p. Evangelistic Beautiful
,. Service Canal Point, FloridaEdward
8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. FSU Selected For SINGER ISLAND

8:00 p. m. Thursday W.M.B.: ,F.0 Norton. ,. Pastor FLORIDA
Everyone welcome. Special SUNDAY:
music and singing. Improved CoursesTALLAHASSEEFlorida 9:45 a. m.:-Sunday School -.l"
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship
1.\J. St. Mary's Catholic State I I 6:45: t r">_ m._Evenine_ Worship Championship 18 Hole GOLF Courses-and

Church University has been selected as TUESDAY 8:00: p. m.: -Woman'* Society fabulous& Ocean and Lake FISHING 'Daily

Bite for a research center to study 1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY SWIMMING, SKIN DIVING WATER SKIING and BOATING
Father Francis ,Fennech, Pastor and improve science and mathe- :
Fain. luck Stem metal hoW and apartment accommcditxMs art MM offered it
Mass11:30 a. m. 7:30 m.-Prayer Meeting
Sunday instruction at the college p.
matics iiocU)b* sasses rain located dutctly o*DM Atlantic Scab this island pwadluIt
Confessions before MassClassified .a Drift.( M spacial anti chartorw
level. wrrouwM by 12 loll) cmnti for daily play bklnf
ZELLWOOD SEASON ENDINGThe outboard rsstalr.Ul dollM every mf,1"' firma your em boat Thirst ntcolltntdoOint
._ To be called the Center for Research .
---- wd lanneWm lacllitin One ot noridai lined batMnf DoachM It hart.riaai
... in College Instruction of sweet corn season in Zell- aa kMxptmKt wntend or tonfor ta Via fate Baachn VWt or Mitt toOay.UO .
wood near Orlando is fast comingto
Science and Mathematics, the will ACCOMMOOAHONSI
Ads an end. Next Tuesday see
will devote its efforts to
Center the final shipments for this season,
Improvement of undergraduate according to several local harvest AIM MACK MOMS WSUOUUUMl ASSOCIATION
leaching in science, and mathematics a enema 'nvwut' MACK. oMA.F .
POSITIVELY allv. want ,ads ,or era who have been up tfiere on thipresent "
frfifiuni. ...
classifieds, asfoJ.t.vteh';to'teat and to esforatioiof the coos deal: fEU nnd fit .u Jo. Hi .
them are payable In advance( from emerging interdisciplinary fields .
Don't phone 'cm. which are becoming increasingly
this day
Mr.: and Mrs. Bill Moss and famIly -
Write it and dr p a dollar bill in important in the undergraduate have returned from a vacationat : 1lA1I
the envelope1/ you want it run curriculum.

once. $2 if you want it run twice ., 'J&pfj.flvuwe'U ,H. Johnsei of the Lake Worth Beach. .. .. .. _.- "W... .. .

and so on.THAT'S Department, ,of Chemistry wii appointed at Florida. -1 t, -- --'.-.-.-. ....1. ..' "- L._ .. to '--I' ,,' ? ....- '''0 -"... ..
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IN THE ATTIO that you to the board of the proposed center
don't need? A $1.00 classified ad I The appointment was made by
a this column win probably find ''iJI. organizing) committeeeftUttke
you a sale. Just,write your'k.ct en-- ; *al a meeting'**fcieKfr{
lose a dollar and we'll do the.rest: ana jnittfttnatlcs professor!'In.New Thinking, Of Building?

The Everglades News Canal.Point, Orleans last year.. fr
Fla. J .This: ie.eUiirVial>itafihedl6; t'< the -

)rl 'FOR'j SALE: New and Used Wiilyi Commission+gnlm 'ft!*",on MaWematlcs i.TJn4ergvaduatePr the THEN : 'OLt .WAN* Tti 'SEE IJS!! -

;:, Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage Commission 'on College I Physics, '. :: '
,in Belle Glade, Phone 63058. the Advisory Council on CollegeChemJstty >

I Oct. 1754.c14' UndergraduateAEducation))Mid* tfte;Wowalsfllon In the: s If yoUr\ Mie1 vac' \1'on is'over1 arid yBu are thinking of

FOR SALE: Grey chihuahua; Il:- :Biological; "Sciences i '
py.Will be ready on July 16Seven Universities participating ,|n building a new homeyou'll want to come and see Everglades -,
\ weeks old. Notify Mrs. Sharon '
center chide the
Richardson at 924-0770 in Paho Universities planning the of Oklahoma Mary- Federal in i Belle Glade or at our branch office in

kee. J9p find" Geirgl ii rt a..l'f&th.CatfcllAa -

r IF YOU SEEK A CHALLENGE and Vanderbilt University, Pahokee. You will find the friendly folks in either place

RATHER: THAN A ROUTINE[ North Carolina .Stale University,
An unusual prestige opportunity Georgia Tech; 'Tulini Universityand very helpful when it"'comes to making plans for 'a new
; 'is offered to an outstanding mar- Florida State. There are 18

,; lied man between,the ages of 22 universities, in all participating.Several home-and the money to build it. Drop by either place
and 39, who is seeking a lifetime of

( Bales career. Exceptional! starting were visited by, the! site,,commit, E and make inquiry. You'll be glad you did.
I salary, with unlimited commls- tee, including Florida State on
't." dons, after training period. Fringe May 1. The selection of FSU was

}';:, benefits unequaled by any other based on Florida ,State's strong>
. ,-.. company of its type, in this area. science and mathematics programs EVERGLADES FEDERAL
,}"i), Definite opportunities for promo- its interest in research to ,

! {: tion and management position, aa Improve teaching techniques, the 'Savings And Loan Association
soon as warranted. The man se- presence of departments
! ;,4 Jetted must be ambitious, a high doctorates in fields with which the ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS. AND LOAN INSURANCE>1 CORP.
I school graduate or equivUant, and Center will be concerned, the Uni
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