The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
August 6, 1965
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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i 2340 Persons Get STANLEYS Mrs. Eddie.RETtRY Stanley and"" daught- : Habit ContinuesBy IN HONOR has FRATERNITYWord ben received that iai1i11 i Bridge

1 ers left.Friday for their new.home John Lloyd Hundley, son of Mr.

State Welfare Aid in Norfolk Virginia. Mrs. Stanley City-Products and Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, has been Opened Saturday
: and family have been the guests initiated: into the honor fraternity, .
for several weeks of her parents Phi Kappa Phi, at the University
Paul M. Casaen. Chairman of 1 Mr. and Mr*.vG. T. Echola and Mr. City Products Corporation of of Florida in Gainesville. John State Road Board Chairman
District: 10 Welfare: .Board of the. Stanley's mother, Mrs. Dorothy the Glades Fast-Pitch Softball will receive his degree from the Floyd Bowen was ,the chief,
State Department of Public Welfare -i Stanley. Lt, Commander Stanley League mathematically eliminated University next week. speaker Saturday at the dedication -
reported that during the will Join his family in Norfolk Raahley's Dry Cleaners with a of the "Big John Monahan
month of July 1965 in Palm Beach later this summer after some special 4-0 shutout victory to clinch the Bridge" on State Road 710 In.In"
County a total of 2340j>ersons received training which he Is receiving.: league championship for the sec Clerk Resigns InCityOfPahokee diantown.
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Old Aanlitance in the -
Age ond consecutive: year. The Icemen The |1 million structure spanning
amount of $110448. 127 persona have a 19-2 record with four the St. Lucie Canal and State
received. Aid to the Blind total- Everglades News i games left and Rashley's. the Road 76 In the Martin County

toy 3TJ669.: 1232 ;laxoilie receivedAid nearest competitor, is 16-7 with community was named by the recent -

to Families of ..DependentCbttdisn Vacation Again i only two games remaining. Mrs. Patsy Mackey resignedMonday Florida Legislature in honor
in the aaomtat )$70339.; Phil Bonnell.ace righthander for night as clerk in the Cityof of Monahan the immediate past
573 persons received, $31,932 in -.... '1 the League Champions, won hU Pahokee after being in that Fourth District Road Board mem-

Aid to Ue Disabled. It'* vacation time again at The 16th game with a brilliant one-hit office 14 years five years as an ber from Ft. Lauderdale.
In .a att1on SIS Children .received Everglade New office and we shutout against tho runnersup. office clerk and nine years as official Master of ceremonies for the 11
rortlc during the month.258 of and Bonnell for clerk of the city. The resig- Timer Powers
are off for a fishing trip a pitched a perfect game a m. dedication was -
whom were: in foster homes. The little well deserved rest from our 6 1-3 Innings before Junior Rlos nation is effective September 1. Martin County Commissioner..
total state and local cost for direct arduous duties of turning out a spoiled his bid for the masterpiecewith The council did not appoint nor Bowen was introduced by Fourth
child care was $14,071UUL newspaper every week. We'll be a double. name anyone to take Mrs. Mack District Road Board members
There-were 3 adoption petitions back on the job on August 25th ,A four-run first inning stood up ey's place but this will be done before Chelsle Senerchla of Miami.
studied for the Circuit Court. and once again turn out a readable behind Bonnell'a pitching and the I September 1 deadline The ap- Bowen was joined on the plat
These are HhBdren plated in homes newspaper with plenty of news in lead was never threatened. Jim polntmcnt will hold good until the form by Monahan and his family,
Independent f service through a It. Tyson opened the game with a : annual election next May the Martin County Commission
,licensed child placing agency, and This week you'll receive your walk Joe Davis singled him to I! Mr: and Mrs. Robert G. Mackey State Road Department officials
the Welfare :Jloard is responsible paper as usual but the regular third Alvy Early drew a base on plan to move to Immokalee be.. and the two members of the Martin
according to law to make these amount of new will be short be- balls to load the bases, and Butch tween the first and 15th of October County legislative delegation Senator *.
I reports to the Court,. I cause we are printing the paperIn I Butler dropped a single In right where Mr. Mackey wilt be en- Irlo Bronson of Klsslmmeo
Palm Beadb County is represented advance so that we can have the field to score Tyson and Davis. gaged In the farming business. and Representative Bill Owens of
on the District 10 Welfare Aforementioned vacation. We'll Bonnell then drove home Early They have purchased a plot of Stuart: State,'Senators' Merrill P.
Board by BerersendtPaul M. Cas- [ make up for the scarcity of news and Butler with a double to com- ground there and expect to grow Barber of-Vero' Beach and John
sen John F. Thomas Jr. of West this week during the other 50 plete the scoring.continued pepper : McCarty of Fort Pierce also were
Palm Beach Marion Bleech of Pa- weeks of the year. I ( on page 4)II' I platform guests.Construction .
hokoe, Mrs. AV1M Tufts of Lantaaa i of the 1,931-foot
and J. T. Moaurrain: of Pel'
... i BigherJducation bridge and roadway approaches"
ray Beach. .. ,lD H.. :
".. began, in May, ot .ClearyBrothel's ,,.

Retail Sales- -- On .II' PfRSUNArNrWS10lFS Work Is'CitedGAINESVILLE of West Palm Construction Beach and"'Company Dicker

son,, Inca of tuart were the, con-
tra tora the project,
Dr. E. T., n-
Upswing In State. I Mrs. Ida Butler has returned to Mr. and Mrs. R. Chastain and York, Jr., provost of the Univer

her home after being a patient at daughters. Debbie and Jodie, of sity of Florida Institute of Food Flood Control To
Sales at retail level In Florida Everglades Memorial Hospital for Miami. arrived at the home ofChutan'
r increased by about one-third, well several weeks.Miss Mr*. \ .parents, Mr. and and Agricultural Sciences, was recently -
above the 'national average Increase Pat,Candy was able to go Mrs. J. T. Platt Monday morning cited education for his In leadership and in Pump From LakeAn

during a recent five-year home after having surgery at from North Carolina where they higher Florida! \ "'-
period the Florida State Chamber Everglades Memorial: Hospital.Mrs. had been, vacationing for two for spearheading agricultural programs .- experiment In( pumping water .
: in its Week- weeks. the of at the University.
of Commerce reported They were guests
W. )l. DuBose will return York to Alachua south from. Lake Okeechobeeto
;, ly Business Review released year her parents during"the past week. was
this weekend
r' to her home during County StateRep. Ralph Turlington transfer excess quantities from
f terday. after visiting her husband, )[r. Mrs.. A. W. Schell Jr., and as Florida's Man-of-the-Year the Lake to three large Everglades
"As reported by the Census of children, Connie and arrived ,
. DuBose, In Jacksonville'and visiting chosen as the person making the conservation areas wad started
1963 vales at Florida
Easiness for other relatives in Sweetwater in Miami Sunday night from Van. greatest contribution to higher education londay by the Central and South-
I stores totaled $7.6 billion .
denburg Air Force Base, in California ,
Alabama. and the University during ern,Florida Flood Control District
30 per cent over the prior census by plane. They were pick
R. W. Sanders was able to re- the; past year. Four huge pumping stations,
1933. This
, the gate'
covering year ed
turn to his, home Saturday after up at Miami International AIr- Rep. Turlington served as chair capable of moving snore than
placed Florida in sixth position port by her parents, Mr and Mrs.J. .
in rib- of water per
throat hospital 7,000,000 gallons
the fifty states. The U. S. having surgery a i man of the appropriations
among T. Platt. The Schell tospent
in West Palm BeachI plan committee for higher education minute, will go into action it was
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average increase was percent ten' days; hTPahokee with I '
session the announced Ed Dall FCD Executive -
"Changes In sales of principal Mrs. J. M. Elliott w** called to i her parents, then go'to Baltimoreto durlllg the recent by
due to the Illness I Florida Legislature.The Director.
types of stores in the state 1DdJ.H Lakeland Sunday i
.' cate the directions the state's of her mother.Mrs.' Emma Wheeler I spend some time with Mr. and award Is made annually by !But it will not be possible to
Mra A. W. Schell.Sr.
In the Lake the University' camp\w newspaper transfer anything like this quantity -
I* taking. Obviously the who is a patient
effect growth.of the tourist dollar"showsup land General hospital : :1 Miss Elinor Brackin ,was the ,. the.Florida Alligator from a. -of water front the Lake to the
of her parents Mr, and )<1rs. Dall said .
Nest 111 t of nominations received I Conservation. Areas.:
; in spending pattern."Food Sam McKinstry, Jr., ,and: son iI '
Loyd BrackuvJn Eagle Lake and ""because pumps are designed
throughout the state. the
sale total- JJ1U.onea'; to
with accompanied
stores Burly
her mother1 Brother and ,family, archItectof water levels In, the
th to down
in 1463 End thespent the' York was cited as pull:
iL8.billlgn were up where
Ing West '
Mr. and.Mrs...8 D. stations
n.mlnraJ\I1 action pumping
Operation DARE, an pro areas near
cent automotive dealers'sales '
33 ; weekend fishing. I'
\ ", per totaled $1.6 billion up 48 Maxson Peggy, of Baden, Pennsylvania, gram aimed at realizing the full before any water can be pulled
and Mrs. Charles
,who were also visiting there. potential of agricultural development from the distant Lake.
service stations I
cent and gasoline
I per ; have returned to their home after 1
to 1605 million 42percent I Mr, and Mrs. James Gibson and in Florida during the next "One of the principal purposes
came up
touring the' Western States.Mr. Jamie visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe I' decade Continued DARE studies' of the experiment will be to, determine -
and Mn. E. C Stapeltonand I In state-wide what quantities of water
I "Department store sales totaled Cherry in Okeechobee SundayNat are being made a
$576 minion In 1963 up 85 per cent family have returned home Nason returned to his home effort to plan for Florida's. rapidly can actually be transferred from
from a vacation in Hazelhurst, In' expanding agricultural Industry the Lake ,by pumping" he said.
' and limited price variety stores West Palm Beach Sunday after
sold goods worth $174 minion, an Ga. with relatives. visiting his grandparents, )fr. andJ.frL York was also cited for establishing The Army Corps of Engineer
JIlL Maribelle Rawls has returned the first research and reported Thursday that Lake
Increase of 48 per cent Specialty Earl Maxson., during the
clothing stores had sales of $396 after a visit with' relatives weekend. training center for tropical agriculture Okeechobee was &-10 of a foot
t' 7 cent in Gainesville. -' In the U. S.. and for organizing above the regulation stage of 13 ft.
up per ),fr. and hire M. D. Geiger are The
tune of
', "Restaurants and other eating Mrs. Bill Shackford and daughter the University's vast agricultural desired at this year.
spending several days enjoying Into the Instituteof announced that the Lake
$474 million 29 Mrs. Judy Dcrmody have returned complex Corps
place rang up up
increased home from a visit in Virginia fishing at Jensen. They plan to Food and Agricultural Sciences."He has an excess of 200,000 acre feet
cent and drinking places
per 7 per cent to reach $98 and New York. visit Mrs. J. E. Carter in Jacksonville (York) has found and attracted of water, and a further rise Is anticipated -
O'Connell several days next week. outstanding faculty mem- M heavy rains are forecast -
[ : minion. Package store sales came Mr. and Mrs. Frank
to $194 million, up 29 per cent returned from a' two week vacation Frankie Tlllls plans to return to' ben and has educated legislative in the next 80 days.
.' Th, furniture store,total came in Aquasco, Maryland, with his home this weekend after attending bodies as to the unfulfilled needs "In the past four yean of subnormal -

k...i. to $35 million up .B per cent and ),fr. and Mrs. Allen Rust and with Camp RIdgecrest at Ridge- of agricultural departments," the rainfall the FCD has'been
R ;. the drug store total was $286 min Mr. aDd Mrs. Frank Sganga and' crest, North Carolina, for five newspaper quoted. almost continuously transferringexcess
in New Smyrna Beach. weeks, University President J. Wayne Lake water southward by

: l ion, up 30 per cent The only major family
b group showing a drop included Linda and Ann',BuUq are ex* ,)tn.. S. .J/ Maxson was the Reins was selected last year M gravity through canal systems that
store selling construction mater- petted to return home after a two- weekend guest of M/. and Mrs. Man-of-the-Year contributions span the vast agricultural land
\ .11*. Bale came to '$.. mfflton week stay to Mettoorae with.their Bobble Maxson and grandson,, to higher education and the U Of between the Lake and the Conaer-
:[a, down l. per cent" sister. Todd, in Boca Raton. F. (Continued on page ')


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Serving the Lake Okeechob Farming Region,Without'
Interruption Every" Week for 40 Years

,Established-March*ll, 1924' Published-Every Friday
Subscription_ Price $2.00'Year-ln Advance

THe Btergtadbs Nfews-Is Entered at the Post Office
Canai-Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter-

Paul' Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher

process. People often awaken with Juniper Springs. The lovely sylvan setting of Juniper Springs has long been an attraction and
Sleep walking.Is. their minds full of new plans and they newly terraced banks offer ample space for sun-bathers.Just off State Highway 40 fat Ocala
projects. Just the same; Dr Meer- National Forest, Juniper Springs offers many family recreational activities.
Regular Pastime loo warned, the 'slogan:) "learn

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About four' million Americans I i I passive conditioning cart take h h J" A 4.b.. AI
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..are more, or leas regular place during sleep,'but no creative ". walkers. The rest of u.t-are'sleep-I learning." i
nambulists at art-or Next time you' hear the common .... ., i
sleepwalkers, according to Dr,I complaint about "slept very little !
Joost' Meerloo,' the noted psychia i last night," "tossed and turned," .. .
trist. etc., take it with a grain of.salt, ?
"This-Is not to say," he pointedout I sleep research has shown that we 'x Phone .
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recently in- Medical Times tend to overestimate ,the amountof Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade :

magazine, "that we all get up in time actually 'spent In sleepli- + .
the middle of the night and clamber SALES and SERVICE fT
ness.Dr.. Meerloo pointed out that ..
over the rooftops. More or less ,
each of us Is a sleepwalker becausewe even in the normal sleep "there is Heating Air Conditioning Appliances ..>
all go through a subtle transi- continual moving about. Statisti- .

tion between' the sleeping and cally, the average person makes > 9 *fJ *J w> )M M *f. > 9 4 4 4> .
waking state' 35 to 43 movements a night"For

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from boring or' threatening1situa- renewal, there is no substitute for
tions. The snoozing: student is a I adequate sleep. Your Christmas
familiar feature of the landscape. Seal association in the interestsof
Less' well known is th* fact.. that good general health suggests
juvenile delinquents often plunge I sticking closely to the traditional ic _
into a deep sleeps the moment they eight hours per night for adults,
are brought into' pOlke headquarters. ten or more for children or adoles "

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But sleep can also serve a NO FRO
more positive Ji'Orpos&-that of vUMED ADS PAY ,
stimulating( the mind's creative I BIO DIVIDENDS &
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But Bonds have other rid. Bonds for the big things you ,
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'WOrth your consideration. And, of course., Bonds arc M 4# ; A SUPERMARKET '
For instance, they offer you S safe Investment-as
just about the easiest way to at there's a United States of ICE CUBES IN YOUR KITCHEN
save money either with the America. I GALORE Room
Payroll Savings Plan where to stock up on
you just ask your employer to Which brin&'S1, back to You'll "specials"Saves shoppingnever
put part of your wages aside your country again. Bonds run trips.Saves on Ieftoveri.J
toward a Bond or through help defend freedom at a time short again, And a separate freezer '
regular purchase of Bonds at when the enemies of freedom provides even more
your bank., are stronger than ever% I storage capacity.
Another unique advantageOf Buy Savings Bonds. The'
U. S. Savings Bonds is the banks or savings institution ':
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Cb.How does the new 3%% interest rate benefit me? check every six months for the lifo of the Bond
AJ With Series E Bonds the rate turns 18.75 into You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the '
$25.00 fourteen months faster than the old rate.lnt&est accumulates to maturity.: H Bonds provide
Your savings increase faster, because your Bonds income for living expenses, while E Bonds build a
." ': mature in just 7 years, 9 :months. nest egg for the futures That's why many.retired ,
people hold If-Bonds; and families saving for, eay, achild'i
With Series H Bonds, the 10-year maturity period
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'i' six months.With both E and H Bonds the sew rate Q: In what denominations can I buy series B and series .
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"; .. year At B Bonds: $25 (cost 41&75)), *50 (cost $37.50)), $100
': '"" I:When did the new rate become effective? (cost 175.00), $200 (cost $150.00), $500 .,.

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1 J mg ia& r Bonds they are Y'eplsoedtl ree.
j'Ye&ADautOBI tlc ;tension privilege west Cb Where caa I buy Boods?
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FridayAUgpst 13, 19965i
.Page.- Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Floridai
for the wedding a pale green silk
Frances Arnold dress with beige accessories. The -

I groom's mother chose a blue silk

Weds Ralph Jones dress with matching accessories. Restaurant
white Both mothers carnations.had corsages of Glades Truck Stop: i

'The First Methodist Church in Immediately following the wed-

Pahokee was the setting for tho ding, the reception was held in the
marriage of Miss Mary Frances social hall of the church. Mrs. Now Under New ManagementWe
Paul Rardin and Mrs. Manning
Arnold, daughter of Mr. and Mra.
Bennett Brooker of Ft. Pierce to Keen stood in the receiving line 1
Ralph D. Jones. He Is the son of with the bride. Others assisting have taken over management and operation of the Tr.a.veLa'sUestaurant

Mr. and Mrs. J. Hilton Jones of were Mrs. Edythe Smith. Mrs. clean wholesome food! at i
Pahokee. Elsie Epstein Mrs. Mae Thlelen and now you are guaranteed : :

The Rev. Lawrence Stewart of Mrs. Jackie Bullington, Miss Nan reasonable prices.. We guarantee that your service here will Be the ,; 1

the Canal Point Baptist Church cy Rashley, Miss Bonnie Godsey, :

performed the ceremony.The Miss Gen Barwick and Miss Joan very best. \. .

bride, given in marriage by Reynolds.For \
her father, wore a floor length traveling the bride wore a We plan a complete refurbishing of the restaurant along,wilt a new

gown of peau de sole and Alencon champagne silk with beige accessories paint In the immediate future we will have the dining room open
lace, styled with long sleeves pointed and an orchid corsage. Aft!
over the wrist. The well moulded er a ten-day honeymoon in the along with the lunch counter where only the very finest of foods will
bodice was of lace and featured an mountains of North Carolina, the
empire waistline and a panel of couple will make their home in Pa- be serve Drop in and see what we have to offer.

the lace extended to the hem of. hokee.
Out-of-town guests attendingthe t tit II III 11I1I11 t 2 let r II .t'-tfr; } ;-'.
the full skirt The detachable chap- I t t t I I 1I111 I I t 11111111111111111 III I : t
length train fell from soft pleat wedding: included, Mr. and Mrs.
at the bow centered back waist Emmett Roberts Mrs. Sera Smith
line. The bride's veil of French silk of Belle Glade; Mr. and Mrs. Kil- Open Daily From 5 8. m.. 'Iiltl p. m.

patrick and family, ClewiSton;
Illusion was topped with a crown I
of cut crystals and seed pearls.' Mrs. Bstty Gragg and sons and I I I I I I I II I I I I : I I I : I I I I II I I n I I I I I I tit t I : II I I : : III I It+: r II : I I t+H+HHtI
.I Peter Johnston of Stuart.
She carried a cascade bouquet of ... i

white two white stephanotis prchids., centered with I Habit Continues Glen And Kyle Hatfield Proprietors

Miss Sharon Holcomb, maid of S ,

,honor, wore a floor 'length gownof (continued From Page 1)

blue crepe, featuring the empire Loxahatchee's Prison Farm, edged -
waistline. Her headpiece was madeof City Products 7-6 to give the ,
.blue crepe petals, with silk Ulus-
Icemen their second loss of the
on veil. She carried a cascade of I ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEDMr. Tho University of Florida's' J.
season and end a 15 game winning Patricia Stewart I
white carnations. Miss Buttons streak that dated back to May and Mrs. T. B. Perry, 2542 HUlls Miller Health Center la
McKinstry and Mrs. Paula Bar- 30th. Phil Overfelt was the win- Engagement Is ToldRev. S. W. 14th St. Pahokee announce 1 Gainesville id housed in a $22 mIll-

wick, brides maids, wore gowns ning pitcher for the Angels, and the engagement of their daughter lion facility which includes the College -

and headpieces identical to that Butch Butler asorbed the loss for and Mrs. John Stewart of Barbara Lee Perry to Larry of Medicine, the College of

of the maid of honor and they also' the Icemen, although he gave up Enterprise, Alabama, are announc- I I Thomas Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nursing, the College of Pharmacy,
carried white carnations. only three hits but one was a ing the engagement and approaching T. L Miller 166 West 2nd St. Pa. the College of Health Related Professions
:I Little Miss Joan Duke, who was grand slam home run' to Chuck marriage of their daughter 'I hokee. The wedding will be held at and the University Teaching

flower girl, wore a floor length Williams. Patricia Rae, to John WaMron the Church of God at 3:30: Aug. : Hospital and Clinics.ivsa .
gown identical to the gowns of the Butler came back the next night Meadows of Cottonwood, Ala 28.

other attendants. She carried a and hurled a one-hit gem at Ge- bama. The wedding will be solemn 4'

basket of rose petals. The ring- neva's Drive-Inn as City Products ized at the.Calvary Baptist Churchon TO VISIT IN GEORGIA
bearer Master John Edward .
was bombed the last-pitch team 121. September 12. Mrs; Kansas Todd, accompaniedby

:McKinstjy.: A nine-run ,second inning featuring Miss Stewart is a graduate of her granddaughter, Paula Todd,
Ronald Jones was best man for successive doubles by George ,Cottonwood High School and attended of West Palm Beach, left Saturdayfor 1
his brother. The ushers were Dale Mills, Alvy Early, and Butler was Palm Beach Junior College several weeks vacation to be

and Archie Jones, also brothers of all tho Icemen needed as Butler while living here in Canal Point spent. at Hiwassce, Georgia.

the groom. struck out seven batters duringthe with her brother and family, Rev. -.d. .
The mother of the bride chose shortened contest that went and Mrs. Lawrence Stewart.Mr. Principal and :Mrs. Brooks Hen

--- -- only five Innings because of the Meadows is also a graduateof I derson returned to their home ,
10-run rule. Sunday after several weeks'
Cottonwood High School and is vacation
Power hitting by Richard Pace,
now a student in the School of spent visiting relatives in
Classified Ads Clarence,Throop, and Larry Marsh Kentucky and also the
.' Veterinary Medicine at Auburn attending. ,
led I. A. M. out of the cellar as University. World'i Fair In New York.
Perry rilgdon pitched two wins ;
POSITIVELY all want ads or over Glades Chevrolet, and Marsh l .The couple ,plan",to make ,their .
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classifieds, as ;you wish to call and John Pelham combined to stop home in Auburn while 'he completes -- --- -- .

them, are payable in advance from los- two years bf medical school.
Loxahatchee to end a 12 game .,
foe '1, i t
reasury of a fret '
his forward. Don't phone 'em.
,, day ing streak. .,pace and Throop hit
Write it and dr p a dollar bill in grand slam homers against Loxa- OTTO ROSS BLEECH Lt. (Jg) 1 .,
the envelope if you want it run hatchee, and Marsh belted his 10th U. 8. N.R., DIED 10 AUGUST

once. $2 if you want it run twice 'I roundtripper against Glades Chevrolet 1945-SO. PACIFIC OCEANIn /, \ '. .
and so on.WHAT'S Memoriam
I to Individual statistics, They are not dead, our sons who 1k1ili7 .
IN THE ATTIC that you fell in :
glory; "
Tony Latour
don't need? A $1.00 classified ad
the lead in the battingrace They gavesthelr lives for freedom .
I n this column will probably find and i
for truth.
a sale. Just write 'Ourad, en- by pot' playing' again this rrr
.488. We shall grow old but never "K I
week his is George
I "lose a dollar and we'll do( the rest average V
moved'' their great story,
The Everglades News, Canal Point, I Hamlet, of Loxahatchee to 1
Never their
Fla. 2nd place with .403, as Phil Bon- gallant youth.
1 'I nell of City Products climbed to In husband precincts: of"'the soul, ,

FOR SALE New and Used WIll,. I third with .400. Alvy Early of City get
Jeeps Walter Ashley's Garage Products and Ernie Soles"of Ra h.I Their memory forever green shallgrow

I la Belle Glade, Phone 6-3058. I ley's are deadlocked with .391 for ; How
.- Oct. 17-M-ch fourth and fifth places. Richard In some bright secret meadow of to

I Pace of I'-A. M U sixth with .379 the heart 11 .
SETTIC TANK Service availableby aI
and team mate John Pelham right Where never falls the snow.
calling me. We do excellent .
\ I behind'with .377. Willie Lee of Ge .4.
work. Bob Durrance, Phone neva's edged Jim Tyson of City TO VISIT CAROLINAS J1'7 I
'24- 268. Sept. 17 pd. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Holt ..
I Products for eight by .373 to .371. accompanied T of Presidents I .
FOR. LEASE: 484 acres of land Terry Boyer of Loxahatchee by Miss Teryl Echols left Y

almost ready to farm. Short I rounds out the top ten;hitters with Saturday for three weeks' vacation f ar f ,".
I term or long term lease .Phone: .350. iff i : to be.spent in .ThomasyIUei:Georgia I !'pf,,,,:, *

after;7:00 p. m. 9X4-734 or 92(. I I. A. );I.'. Larry Marsh is tops Dectaur, Georgia and the .. free e .
2931.. AItt.dfPOR 'J.ft.bOa1&'rWI ? with 10.: Alvy Early Smokey Mountains In. : western" *

$1, th*,.League t champions; U second -, .North;Carolina..'. ., '. taf.q1. t
\ ,:1tENT1 Two bedroom film:! with 8.:George Hamlet'of'Lox- ....
ishfd, apartment. Call 924-7487. ahatchee has seven. :Marsh also '* rjrnEENTtf JUUCIAL 7 COURT cntcvrr OF TOT or)'.....','. '". ,1' ...., ". ... ...
Al3pd.1'7llflYtli1 leads In'runs with 30 with Early BEACH FLORIDA COUNTY.IN AND FOX .PAUl i

again runnersup with 25, Richard IN CHANCERY UCMM-B Eae6
of tU '
wren dwomhuHom
13ABKLL: THOMAs T of Series E Savings
\ [mII7' !fllIf lrroJlIrm'IPRINCE / Pace -of I. A. M. has 24. Bonds shows a different President
Plaintiff of the
: United
with 28 scored and .. States. If
leads runs
Jou're interested
: In this kind
of art the iriAlong
me make
Marsh second with 27. Boyer of THOMAS : collectJon. _

Loxahatchee has 26 and Early 23. NOTICE Defendant: or suit t : with the hobby Savings Bonds offer such +
Phil Bonnell has a 16-1 pitching TO CHESTER THOMAS as ri.k1euIDYutlnl' extras
THEATRE ADDRESS UNKNOWN 33%* more money at maturityina 6
record with 169 strikeouts both You are hereby notified that a financial freedom for your future. ':t,
PAHOKEE FLA. tops in the league. Earl Vann cfRashles lull has been filed against you In the But there are other kinds of freedom tied in with -,
bore entlUed cause: and that you an of your \
has a 11-4 pitching mark purchase Savings Bonds Freedom to
hereby speak :
required to f Ue your answer or Jour piece "
and Junior Meadows of Glades other written defense with the Clerkof chooM your Job and own your property, to name a few.
Chevrolet Is 9-7 for the season. the Circuit Court of Palm Beach Every Bond you bur helps" Our government further .
SUNDAY MONDAY County. Florida and to .err* a the *,
TUESDAY copy cause of freedom
Phil Overfelt Is 6-4 for Loxahat thereof upon PUlntim Attorney. Dos everywhere in the world today
.;'" AUGUST 1&-1S-17 chee and Jerry Snyder 5-3 forRashleys. T. Adams in South Lake Arenue. .. Why not start collecting U. S. J.,,"
/ hokee Florida, not later than August Saving Bonds now! Only$18.75
25. 1963. If you fall to do soy decree pro
y'f/: "I SAW WHAT W L GB eonfesso will be entered Mtlnit you for each for the George Washington 1"
19 2 the relief demanded In tho complaint variety, at your bank or on Pay.
: k YOU DID" Rashley-s City Products- 18 7 4 The. nature. of said suit being tor divorce. roll Savings[ where you work. t' r ..

STARRING 9 10 9 WITNESS my hand and seal this
Cher.- 16th day of July IMS. Keep freedom In your future with t'
Loxahatchee .. 81411 Vi JOHN B. 'DT7NKLK .
JOAN CRAWFORD AND I. A. M. 8 14 13 Clerk of the Circuit Court \
(Circuit Court Seal U.S. SAVINGS
Deputy Clerk." .
I.. ieL .... Publish: July 23. 30. August ft,' 13. 1963. rAt ".8. e..'.....' .... ... ,.. .,
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-'to r to leave UuVweetetaa:fors rs..vis1 .A.&wmey..ter P.anMtf4, .... ';... aAie .,.nSsM I.,. t.w f. s.u.s. C..ana r:7. "rur
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I' 1( News v Of : The:Churches JI Schools Pet.To More Take Local 16.4 Taxes.' .

St. Pete 's..Lutheran That 1 BBtlitit .y' Canal 'JPointBaptist'Church t .Todayyou,canguea-what.yom-----.$31JtmUllQn for capital improve-

Church, Belle Glade Church, IPanoKeeQuthrle tax bill will be this fall. There fs ments, $5.2 milllion for debt ser-
no definite ,way of telling right
vice fund and another $5.2 million
August Ko re Pastor I 'W. Colvard 'Pastor ','Lawrence Stewart,(Pastor \ now how much it actually will cost
for Palm Beach Junior College.
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glad SUNDAYS SUNDAY: each taxpayer in the county. No
SUNDAY: I '9:45: a. m.-Sunday School '9:45: a. 'm.-Sunday School milllage can be set by any taxing What millage rate must be levied '
Divine Services 11 A. II. 11 tOO a.,Morning'Worship '11:00 a m.-Morning Worship agency,until Tax 'Assessor Edgar to get $20 million locally ,from
School 9:45: /(. M. 1 1.A' '6:30: p. m.-'l'ralnlnglUnion) '6:30' : p. m. Training Union Maxwell completes his task of re taxpayers cannot be set until
7:45: p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship valuation.The County Tax Assessor Edgar Maxwell -
WEDNESDAY: WEDNESDAY: school 'board adopted Its announces a property valuation -
'Holy Nativity 7:30: p. m-Prayer: ServiceFirst 7:30 p. ':m.-Prayer Meeting budget Wednesday night and fig- figure for Palm Beach County.
'Episcopal ChurchPahokee i i .. A' m ures show that an additional 16.4 I f ;Maxwell is conducting a general
St. Mary's,Catholic percent must be raised by local revaluation of county property to
Baptist <. taxes. The mammoth budget of the comply with a ruling by the Flor-

Rev. William Pickcls, Vlcir Church, Canal Point 'Church school board came to a total of ida Supreme Court that all property
SUNDAY nearly$75,000,000.00. Twenty million must be valued and assessed at
8:00 A. M.-Holy Communion I Rev. James Harrison Father Francis Fennech, 'Pastor 'of this must come from Palm 100 per cent of "fair market
SUNDAY: Sunday'Mass. 11:30 a. m. Beach county citizens. I value." .
(First Methodist 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School Confessions 'before Mass The budget is nearly double last Property values in the county
11:00 a. m. Morning Worship Church.Of Christ 'year's budget,of'$37.9 million but during past years have averaged
Church PahokeeJohn 6:30 p.'m. -B. T.'C. most of the increase is for- construction 60 per cent of fair market value,
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 125 N. 'W.":Avenue D of new buildings approved so total valuation will increase.

A. Briley, Pastor WEDNESDAY: Phone WY 6-3867 by the voters last fall In a bond County schools face 5.5 per cent.
,SUNDAY: 7:30 p. m. Midweek 'Prayer Belle Glade, Fla. issue election. pupil increase with a total of

9:45: a. m.-church School: Service.Temper SUNDAY SERVICES The breakdown, of the budget I 65,000 expected enrollment this
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 10:00 a. m.-Bible Study is $34.6 million for operating costs, year,
'7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 11:00 a m.-Morning Worship
Tantrums 7:30: ,p. m.-Evening Worship lanced salesperson can often help
'The Methodist Church' WEDNESDAY MissTodd'TellsSewing you choose the proper fabric.
7:30 p. m.-Bible Study Always bear in mind wise color
'Canal Point, FloridaEdward Discharge Steam .. ProblemsBegin I choice as well as adaptability of

Tomatoes Source Of fabric to your figure type. Search
F.: Norton, Pastor for the fabric that Is best suitedto
SUNDAY: Miss Mary Todd, Extension Good Vitamins sewing venture witha your needs and question the
9:45 a.'m.-Sunday School Home Economist for Palm Beach your properties of the purchased fabricin
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship County, says most of us believe it TALLAHASSEE Served raw fabric that will be equal to your order to handle it properly. Fora
tf:45: p. .-Evening Worship would be desirable if families never or cooked, whole, sliced, or' diced, creative talents, Miss Mary Todd, free copy of "Pattern Alteration"call
TUESDAY: quarreled or grew impatient or tomatoes add a touch of glamourto local Extension Home Economist, the Extension Home Economics -
8:00 p. .-Woman's Society angry among themselves. Let's any meal.Tomatoes 'urges sewing beginners in Palm Agents Office, OV 3-1252, West
1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY face reality. Families do quarrel. are an excellent source Beach County. Palm Beach.Sunshine.
: This is one of the facts of family. of Vitamins A. and C and low In If you are a novice, choose a i .
7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting life. calories, according to home econ fabric that it not too expensive.
Park Has
When we as a family group try mists with the Florida Agricultural However, buy the best quality that

The Church Of God to live up to an ,impossible ideal, Extension Service.. you can afford. Good fabric han- New Owner, Name '
we set our standards too high. We For eating enjoyment in a salad dles easier than poor quality'and
Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal are sure to be dissatisfied when it is sometimes better to peel to- Is better looking. You will enjoy OLDSMAR Sunshine Park the ,
Point Road we fall. Miss Todd says it Is much matoes. To peel. easily, pierce the wearing the garment more.
horse track which has been In -
better for the family to accept the tomato with a fork and hold it Medium weight fabric that is operation
i' 10: a. m.-Sunday School fact that anger is usual but can over an open flame until the akin firmly woven and does not have since 1926 near Tampa.
11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service take the form of constructive bursts. Then gently pull away the special pressing problems handles will soon have a change in name as
7:45 p. Evangelistic action. skin with a knife. easily. First garments should nev- well as new owners.
S Service I Feeling anger and showing others Stuffed tomatoes are a summertime er be made of any kind of plaid or The name, Florida Downs and
:lJi' 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. that you are angry are not the favorite.Fill the scooped with printed design that requires Turf Club, will go into effect as
8:00 p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. same thing at all. one,cup sour cream combined,with matching. quickly as all documents of the
I v,?Everyone welcome. Special Anger releases energy that we one half an envelope of onion soup If the pattern choice is made sale are completed in the transferof
music and singing.! must use in some way. Letting mix. Add one peeled and diced first, the selection of fabric will the properties.The .
out energy by constructive actions I avocado and a dash of pepper be easier. The pattern envelope purchasers Morton*!*.

I Glades Baptist Church is much better than by screaming, sauce. shows your garment as it should and Dr. Leonard Annis and Byrne
by temper tantrums by breaking For a zesty barbecue dish, mix I look when completed. It points out Litschgi, all Tampans. Principal
(Rev. Jonathan L. Wolf) dishes, or by throwing things orv tomatoes and cooked corn in a the dressmaking details and shows selling stockholder was New York
I I Meets in Pahokee Lions Club the floor.Often, anger is shown by buttered casserole. Sprinkle with a the garment in the type or styleof attorney Frederic Ballon. Sale
Building cruel words for which a person is little salt pepper and buttered fabric that will best emphasizethe price was about a million and a

i SUNDAY SCHOOLr-6.45: : a. m. sorry later. crumbs. Heat until piping hot. lines. The back of the pattern quarter dollars.
\ PREACHING-11:00: a. m. and Isn't it better to frankly admit Prepare tomatoes for frying by envelope gives varied fabric suggestions The idea of the name change",
7:30 p. m. anger and release anger-energy by I dipping thick slices in egg %nd for the particular style I said Morton Annis, "is to give the
SUNDAY B. Y. F.-6:30 p. m.: thoroughly doing some Job? For I bread crumbs. Fry until golden and states yardage needed.It I impression that this will be an en-
WED. PRAYER-7:30: p. m. instance, Miss Todd suggests we brown. is very important to choose tirely new track. Which, in the
work off steam by mowng the For a flavor treat with steak or a suitable fabric for a particular most ways, It will be."
-+"..--- lawn, taking,walk, cleaning the fish, try marinated tomatoes. Fur design. Sharply tailored lines suggest .
South Side\tJhurch : ,house, etc. best"reeulta let the mixture*stand crisp;linn fabrics/Sofbgath 'Over 7,000 people in need of Immediate -
Let us."recognize that -we as A for -.n hour' or so, so'the i tomato ers and!drapedteffectasaeed' soft, medical attention come
I 'Of Christ family are only human beings. We and marinade can blend flavors. lightweight fabrics to be effective. through the emergency entrance
are not cold to the point where Well made clothes may be disappointing -: to the Teaching Hospital of the
Belle Glade across from nothing ruffles us. We do feel fear CLASSIFIED ADS PAY because of poor or unsuit I University of Florida's J. HIM
i Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 ,and'aJ'ger as ,well as love'and-l BIO DIVIDENDS able' fabric selection. An exper- : Miller Health Center each year.
10.00 a. m. Bible Study fection.; LetVadmitifaiid be ton;:
11:00: a. m. Morning Worship :.structive, about"our ''family rt juarrels. .1 -.-- -- .---- ----------- ---- -- -- -- --
I 6:30 p. m. Evening Service .

7:30 p. m. -Wed. Bible Study ........ 1

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t ,The Pahokee Church ,In Memory, .Brother,Victor. 1h Of ?
;" Of,,j The Nazarene- 1965.Geiger}ftThe who. passed:a way"June;;26,I g .

3.S Angel of Death has Invaded' -
rRev. Willard, Kllpatrick, :'tlte rahks" rf*the:Craft:aid ;.
433 Bacom Point Rd. 'THEN :YOU'LWM4-T: :TOSEE 'usi( !
one of the true and faithful.
Phone 924-7528 .r P. 0. Box 882
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His passing! leaves a pang of'Wr-
row,r nd,'a 11:00 9:45:: a.a. m.-Sunday m.-Sunday School Worship voice will be heard no more around If your sunmier_ ti n"is''d-you are,thinking of 1
the"Altar of Ua5onrybut:the noble '
6:30 7:00: p.p. m.m.--Juniors Sunday Evening example of his unselfish and building a new''ll want to come and see Ever-
'' devoted life will continue toy" .lve:
.. Evangelistic Service
WEDNESDAY: 'to guide the footsteps and directthe' glaSes Fe&ewiltinlBelle' ,Glade or at'.our branch office in
e! conduct t>f:Inany tn n.Hiaehievtintnts <
7:30 m.-MIdweek
: p. Prayer
J meetinlg. .and.l8 ritlceaWSll' Pahokee. 'Wou;Wll1 fmdtiiefriendlyfolks( ( in either place
1. \ live in of the'Craft
"Where you are a stranger1 but]
'and w*shall-think of him U living
,K once" a beautiful ascending and expanding veiylielpful when it'coI1).eS'tom kin plans for a new

> ... .. life made radiant
r Church Of(Gad lights of true Fraternal home-and the money to build it. Drop by either place
Resolved that Everglades Lodge
*Barfield Highway No.'211 "F. '& A. ),(. of 'Pahokee 'antl ake inquiry. -You'll,be gladyou did.

.V" Florida In testimony of our loss,
Pahokee, Fla. I be draped In mourning for the
A. L. Stone, Minister proper period and that we*tender
Phone 924-7363 the family our deepest>sympathy .
'(SUNDAY: in their affection and that a copy
0:45 a. m. Sunday School of these resolutions be vent : rSavings And Loan Association J

7:30 p. Evangelistic S r- Arnold V. Hughes

Yke Worshipful. Master Pahokee Belle GladeI )
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710 Po raw-Youth for Christ Samuel J. Baggett

, Benin I Secretary.



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Flood Control To- must be closed, and other pumping I tween Lake Okeechobee and the Patterson CircleIn program The Offering. Max-
stations at the Lake must be put Everglades reservoirs managed by mum Response" Those taking
Into service pumping water north : the FeD In Palm Beach, Broward Regular MeetingThe part were Mrs. C. B. Jones, Mrs
(continued from page 1) from the farm lands into the i and Dade Counties."It Paul Rardin, MrsJ.. D. Latham,
vation Areas," Dall explained."But Lake," Dail said.I.Wh.n the wateris Mrs, Alma Nall, Mrs. Bill Baker I
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there la a limit to the amountof flowing north in the canals, some adverse effects to agricultural Canal Point Baptist Church met and Mrs. Cross. hostessand .
water that can be tqken south- there can not be any southward lands as a result of the draw- 'at the church in the regular mon- Mrs. M. F. George was

ward by gravity," he added. flow from the Lake." down," Dall said. "The pumping thly meeting Monday afternoon. served delicious refreshments

I "And none can flow south from Dail cautioned that it Is expected stations are capable of pulling Mrs.C. B.Jones, co-chairman, presided to the group. .
the Lake in times of heavy rain- the pumping experiment will down the water level in agricul- in the absence of Mrs. J. L.
fall'and potential flooding as hur- rapidly draw down water tables in tural area canals 2-} feet in short McCall. CLASSIFIED ADS PAY
ricane gates at the Lakeshore the agricultural lands which lie be- order. Mrs. W. S. Cross: presented the BIG DIVIDENDS

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