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:
January 31, 1964
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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
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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).

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New Water Line Is Turnpike Wildwood Opened South BUD IS RUNNINGFRED Bids Received In Tallahassee '

Being Installed By WILDWOOD Florida's 156-

mile turnpike extension between For 500,000 Yards Of Rock

C. P. Utilities, Inc. I Ft. Pierce and Wildwood opened to<

public use recently.

Henry Kautz and a group ei):f ,I Wildwood Completion segment of the of the Orlando turnpike to For Roads In Glades AreaWITH

workmen are busy this week laying was the final step in development I
the first water line north from of the 255-mile-long Sunshine<

Canal Point water plant to the Albert State Parkway connecting :Miami I
Fremd Home. The distance is1V& with the Georgia state line. I THE RAILROAD BOARD Work should get underway before '
I Wayne Elliott, former residentof too weeks on the several -
Kautz ,
miles according to Mr. While no formal dedication ceremonies many
Through the years the folks: were held officials cite* Pahokee is now living in Jacksonville road projects in the Glades

north of the plant "up the' ridge"have I Wildwood as reaching a new status He is connected with the according to County Commissioner -

had only home-made plant as the' northern gateway to the< Railroad and Public Utilities Com- Paul Rardin who was in Tallahassee -
mission. Elmer B. Elliott and his
when bids wercf
to serve their needs as far as state.
water was concerned. This new- family live in Tallahassee wherehe received on 500,000 yards of rock
six-inch line will give them water - is attending Florida State Uni- to be dredged out of Lake Okeo-

from the local plant at their finger Board Will Get R-\\\ versity.Bible. chobee to build the projects. The
tips. - I Hendry Corporation of Tampa t
Folks south of the West Palm O. (Bud) DICKINSONWest was low_'bidder at 00\it\; cents per

Beach canal who had been served On Rardin AvenueThe Palm BeachFoe Reading Has yard and.Rardin said this was avery

for years from the inadequate good price. In December bids
state senator Bud Dick-
water plant built originally by ner were received on the' same"project
Van Stuckey were cut in on water county commission learned inson is a full-fledged since his official candidatefor announcement Supreme Court OK and the lowest b was $1.42 per

from the plant north of the canal this week that a project for improvement governor Bud yard for the rock.
a.few weeks ago Mr. Kautz said, of Congress Avenue, is'; a few days ago. He said also the Hialeah firm <:>f '
is considered a front-runner by The State Supreme Court ruled
Their service is far better than lt t expected to be among bids ret for Capelettl Bros., Inc. was tow bid-
was on the old plant he said. a :March 3 letting by the state many political prognosticators. Wednesday for the second time der for construction of a 142 foot

Mr. Kautz is president of Canal road department. r:. _ that Bible reading and recitation bridge across Hillsboro Canal at 0

Point Utilities Inc., and says that Orders' of taking for Congress of the Lord's Prayer Is legal In the Fifth Street in Belle Glade, with

present plans call for even better Avenue rights of way and right ot Pahokee Builders public schools of Florida. nn offer of 11870470.
service in the future than he, has way for improvement of North I A West Palm Beach construc-

been able to render in the past. Military Trail have been issued by Home ForBldg..Caretaker I The court's unanimous decision tion firm Cleary Bros., was second
circuit court the commission Erecting said, in effect, that if these practices lowest he said at $127.678.71. He
learned from Engineer George are to be denied the childrenof paid he recommended the commis-

Jaycees.PlanningAviation Frost. Florida it will have to be done sion approve the Capeletti bid.J. .

Other road matters before the by order of the,. U. S. Supreme 'M.. Whitaker and Sons Inc.,of .
commission, his week included< : Court, not thc Flofida' court.It 'Sebring "was low at $123,355: on -.

SeminarThe A vote by the board to ask the ,Blanton and Unwin Pahokee is necessary to good citizen- resurfacing 3.8 miles of streets In

municipalities of Riviera Beach builders are busy this week with ship and does not offend the con- Moore: Haven. Second low bidder

and North Palm Beach to adoptset erection of a concrete block and stitutional requirement for sepa- was Curcle Brothers Inc. of Hal-
met Tues
Pahokee Jaycee's back ordinances to conform to stucco two-bedroom house at the ration of the church and state the lendale at $124,154.Agriculture, .
28, in the com f
day night January
of the Everglades county set back lines for State Glades Office Building to be occupied Florida court said . .
munity room Road A1A on Singer Island. by the caretaker there. The The Florida law said the court.
Federal and Loan building
Savings Voted to start condemnation home is being erected on a six acre was not stricken down by U. S. Will
with Bill Benton president,
presiding.Two proceedings for two pieces ofrightofway tract of land recently secured from I Supreme Court decisions in Pen I "
for improvement of the State according to County nsylvania and Maryland. I "
directors were
new ap.
Rardin Avenue In Pahokee. Commissioner Paul Rardin who Honor Sen. Holland
pointed to the board. They were -- ,
Voted to start condemnation land and planned for
Lewis Collins and Tom Marinez.It .
proceedings for right-of-way for the new house. Garden Club Hears
announced that on Sunday h
improvement of Atlantic Avenue, The present frame house now Representatives of various Beg- a
January 26 1100 more people received at Delray Beach after a 30-day the caretaker Gene ments of Florida agriculture have
occupied by '
the Sabine Oral Vaccine for
I period of negotiation expire Mobley will be remodeled and Of Fund RaisingAt announced that an appreciation

polio. I Heard that improvement of Forest moved to the area to be occupiedby luncheon to honor Senator Spes- :
Reminders were made of the I Hill Boulevard between Con- the caretaker at the county card L. Holland will be held 09
Aviation March14.through
coming Seminar gress Avenue and the Seaboard barn Rufus Griffin.In the January meeting of the April 17. r
15 the Blue
featuring Railroad would cost an estimated the expansion at' Pahokee Garden Club a nominate It was stated that the luncheon
There total of 36 .
Angels. are a $400,000. the Glades Office Building, Commissioner ing committee was named to recommend will be Florida agriculture's first
men in thUs group and accommo-' Voted to call for bids for con- Rardin said the parkinglot a new slate of officers. united. opportunity to express appreciation "

dations are needed for 20, if residents struction of a new bridge over ca- is ''being enlarged and when Those serving on the committee / to Senator Holland for '.,

are interested in having one nal C-15 between Boynton Beach completed the addition will' con- are Mrs. W. A. Keen, Mrs. Nor- so,ably and diligently ,representing

or more of these men in call their Bill and Delray Beach-an 'Old Dixie tain twice as much space as the man:Kennedy, and Mrs. L. L. Shir- the industry. .'' .
home overnight please .
Highway span.Eastern. lot.A. The ,Publicity Committee in
Benton. present. fill- ley.Members voted to change the charge of arrangements will be::' J.j;
,.; Plans made for the - special high test gasoline ,
are being to i
the meeting David the Florida
starting hour of Joffre C. of f
I' ,. 15 ing station has been built for thesheriffs ',
Spring: April Rardin said 10:30: a. m, .,,. through 19. The festival will be Star Has department the sale of Cattlemen'sAssociation
It[ is located to the rear of the Fund raising project Higbie of the Florida
Glades and will
held at the Airport '
Mrs. 'i t
the fruit cakes was given by Tom McClane of. the :
house on present parkIng -
be' double in size to the one held pump
Plumer. Rex. Conyers. director of Florida Farm ,Bureau, and RobertW.
last year. Honored guest will be Officer ElectionThe lot. the Pine Jog Nature Center West Rutledge of Florida Citrus Mu- "

Doyle Conner Commissioner of Palm Beach spoke on "Birds and tual.

Saturday Agriculture April Tallahassee IS, proclaimed with,MS Pahokee Chapter 184 of the !, Business Women Conservation." - I i.

"Doyle Conner:. Day." Eastern Star held their 1964-65 - Sam Chastain Sells '

- election of officers on Thursday Hear C.'E. WilliamsC. Bake Sale Is Set .

January 23, at the Masonic Hall in '
Watkins PraisesCo. Pahokee. Officers elected 'are as By Sorority GroupThe Ranch For Million .

follows: E. Williams, insurance analyst "
Worthy Matron Mrs. Eunice Phi Gamma Nu Chapter of "
CommissionHowell Hughes; Worthy Patron Perry of Pahokee was guest speaker the Beta Sigma Phi sorority met R. L. '(Sam) Chastain former '

Sizemore; Associate Matron Mrs. : at the dinner meeting of the I Monday night, January 27 at the Canal Point' grower broker and.
Business and Professional home of Mrs. Glenda Padgett.Mrs. rancher who' noW lives In Palm qI\
Watkins, who retired as Annette McCurdy; Associate Patron pahokee "
superintendent of school : H. C. Graham; Secretary Women's Club held in the Community Joan Gamot. presided. It was Beach recently'sold his ranch ,',
county I "Bake Sale" north and east of Canal Point for
It made an un-an- :Irs. Jennie McKinstry; Treasurer. Building at the Glades announcced that a
nounced on January visit to the county 'commission Lfrs. Jessie Barnes; Conductress, 'ark. Mr. Williams was welcomed will be held Saturday February 3 more than'a million dollars. Buyer
Mrs. Allie Okie president In front of Thriftway beginning at0OO was Geo. P.; Calkins of Denver
meeting this week. Wat- 'llrs. Grace Graham; Associate by
to personally thank Tondustress. Mrs. Bernice Sheppard and introduced by Mrs; Faye Mc- a. m. Colo., '
kins appeared I I Mr. Chastain sold 100 acres In
)owell, He Mrs. Billy Mackey presented the
the board for a resolution it had > and Sentinel H. H. Funder- program arranger.
full of Martin county for 807760.00 and
commending Watkins for urk. spoke on "Traffic Laws and Insurance program entitled
adopted service pub- Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Funderburk ." The hostess committee) Charm" at which time she described 3200 acres In Palm Beach county.
of as a
his long years Watkins told the commission were initiated into the Order. At rhich directed arrangements of the steps to having lovely for 19224000. He accepted, a' .

lic official.that in all his years with he close of the meeting refresh- the covered dish dinner 'included hands. Mrs. Mary,Thomas advisor mortgage In the amount of $671i,

no one group' nents were served by)frs. Adeline J4.... Doris Sasser. Mrs. ,Johnnie and Mrs. Sheila Ames member of 765.00.
school system ; ,
cooperative than Wroten assisted by Mrs. Peggy rerhulst. Mrs. Alma Farrow and the committee headed by Mrs. Hunting rights were retained by
been more '
had SUemore1. ffrs. Lucille Williams Thomas, attended. Mr. Chastain for one year. .r ::
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Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn State Senator Scott Kelly of I Underwater Movie
Canal Point Florida as Second Class Matter Lakeland is another candidate for Hunt SchedulesSet
Premiere To
governor who has made his office- ,
Owner Editor Publisher
Paul Rardin ,
ial announcement. Senator Kelly, For 1964-65 At Weeki WacheeBROOKSVILLEThe
: a former mayor of Lakeland is
also an insurance in the Im-
Here Is What Transpired At Monday'sMeeting first. Un-
perial Polk county'city. TALLAHASSEE Florida
-es. derwater presentation of feature.
Of The Palm Beach 1964-65 and fishing regu-
I TO VISIT IN ROCKLEDGE motion picture took place at Week!
lations will be established during
Wachee Spring recently duringthe
County Commission Mr. arid Mrs..'David.Barney were the month of April and become world press premiere of Warner

weekend visitors in Pahokee. They effective July 1, 1964, according to Bros moton picture "The Incredible -
were accompanied to their home in announcement A. Aldrich "
--- - - - - an by D. Mr. Limpet.
A $900 a year appropriation by I $millions plus to spend, it could Cocoa by his mother Mrs. George director. Game and Fresh Water I The film, starring Don Knotta s,

the county school board to help un- have four choice pieces of ocean Ramey who plans to visit her Fish Commission.The Carole Cook, Jack Weston and

derwrite the salary of.a. county I front property owned by the state. daughter and family Mr. and Mr! annual regulations meeting. Andrew Duggan. was premiered

home demonstration agent has The board learned Monday\ that Hugh Miller in Rockledge. has been advanced to April in or- underwater before more than 250
become a legal snag for,the county -4 der to provide additional time for representatives of the press radio
commission and school board. l| four areas-all in the Jupiter-Juno Alicia Sue. Brower printing of regulations. Prior to and television from the United

Meantime', the home, demonstration section-are available for a price, the April meeting, both huntingand States and Canada.
agent, assigned to 4-H club the largest with a tab of $750,000.The Weds G. N. EllingtonMiss fishing regulations were estab- Present at the showing was comedian -

work in the schools has been go- areas are available from lished during the month of July Knots who rose to fameon

Ing along without $75 of her the state H board.Commissioner Alicia Sue Brower and and as a result fishermen often the old "Steve Allen Show", on

monthly salary. Lake Lytal noted Glenn N. Ellington of Clewiston found themselves fishing without NBC-TV. A last-minute1 surprise
The payment according to M. that It appeared the state had a were united in marriage in a full knowledge of the current regu- guest was Arthur Godfrey, radio-
U. Mounts county agent has,been most confusing situation on its double-ring ceremony at the First lations. television personality.

made by the school board,for about hands. He said the state is at- Methodist Church of Pahokee Jan- Aldrich said the change in dates Official hostess for the previewwas
30 years without, question. This tempting to buy up land for rec- 17. The of the regulations
uary ceremony was performed meetings was Miss Florida Flora Jo Chan-
year he1 explained, someone On reational purposes and on the oth- Rev. enacted at regular business
by John Briley before a donnet of Miami, who presided ata
the school board questioned the er hand is trying to sell the same an altar decorated with floor meeting of the Commission in Florida Development Commis-

legality of the appropriation.The kind of land it is trying to buy. baskets of pink and white gladioli Gainesville, January 24. The regu- sion breakfast consisting of fresh'

question was forwarded to I Furthermore, the same set,, of and white chrysnnth mums. The lations meeting will .follow a seriesof Florida fruit.

the state Attorney .,.General's of- state officials are acting as buyers railing was entwined with fern and public meetings that will beheld The visitors viewed "The In-
fice for an opinion which has not and sellers-the governor and his pink loses. Xim.elabra'' formed an throughout the state duringthe credible Mr. Limpet" from WeeldWachee's

yet.been delivered.. cabinet. archway _for the ceremony. month of March. The public minion-dollar theatre
So this week. the county com The commission decided to takea The bride is the daughter of Mr. meetings are conducted annually 20 feet below the surface of the
misson, at the suggestion of Lake closer look at the proposition be- and Mrs. Glenn Tyler Brower. Th to obtain the opinions of sportsmen spring-
Lytal and over. the opposition of fore taking any action. in to fishing
bridegroom the son >of, Mr. and regard hunting and .
'Commissioner E; F. Van Kessel, The board this week also adopted Mrs. John N. Ellington of Clewis- rules and regulations. Dates -

voted to pick up the $75 monhly a resolution asking the Floou ton. :Mrs.\ Hugh H. Branch, soloist and locations of the public meet- Lots 1oreIn ''641
tab until the entire issue can be Control District to turn over any was accompanied by Miss Alice I ings will be announced at a later
ironed out. surplus lands it had to the countyfor Hurt organist who played tradi- date.

If the county commission had a use as recreational sites. tional nuptial selections.Mrs. .. ,.,OPENS,NEXT,&WEEK _

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Maloy sister of the World's Fair To
BACK TO KENTUCKY bride was matron of honor. She ., AA
Mr. and Mrs.* Sheman 'Scot Past PresidentsDay wore a street length sheath dressof Draw Big Crowd At

have returned to thier home in pink crepe over taffeta with Display CompletionPALM

Hardy Ky., after visiting their son. For The LionsTuesday matching accessories, and carried
and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.:! a cascade bouquet of white carna-
BEACH-There will bea n tions. I4F
Kyle Scott.REVIVAL.
. good representation of Florida in
was 'Past Miss Cecilia Brower was 'her
January ;
New York by April 22 as the Sunshine -
TO CLOSE FEB. :2 sister's junior bridesmaid. Her
Presidents Day" at ,the Pahokee State's World's Fair exhibit
I, The revival now In progress at gown was fashioned of pink nylon
Club. The comes to completion.
I the First Methodist Church 1h 'Pa> Lions following past over taffeta with matching accessories -
.hokee will close Sunday, February 'presidents were presented Jest she also carried a cascade The Florida display of 3.12 acres
2. Dr. Allen 'W. Moore 'of St. Petersburg . Elliott, Paul Tillery Dave Cun- bouquet of white carnations. on Meadow Lake will consist of Iq
L. L. Shirley,M. I. Keen three floating and three landbased -
: is conducting! the service. ningham Escorted to the altar and givenin
Mock Luke Duncan areas. A '110-foot high citrus
Rupert Fraser marriage by her father the
__. --.--- 4J Padgett' W Vann ,Ralph bride wore a street length gown of tower already serves as 'a land- 4
Johnson.-- Frank Rozelle. Curtis mark to the Florida'area.
NOTICE ANXtTAIMKBTTNO white taffeta with a bell skirt
.. orjUAgqrwNKKg, or The floating buildings. .or 'carousels -
'\PAnOKBB DRAiNAOK*DISTfltCYTVOUOO.OB ,I Chase;R. B.rSfenoctBctt berebjt rctr eA trtat'.pur cant i 'and J.: H. :W lkinson. fashioned with fitted waist, featured rest on six feet of styrofoam Se. Flortda'.vr.a..t ahmmlattractlortl t
to call of the Board t>t Superrtsors of Some of the I blocks. in the largest:.of the New exhibits,lm/ tf.Wd .
I past-preside/its; -,
PAHOKKK: DRAINAQR DISTRI the g&ve a scooped neckline with lace carousels I buildings! New attrcKttofMl l
'b ;!tAo ;" short talks on their memories 'insert. The bride's shoulder length porpoise from Miami'sSeaquarium : s.. Women' World -all new
\ 7'iM4;'; fb tt.'t;.;S1 e'dtfya they served 'as';president.It'was veil of French illusion was attached I will perform daily. : Hits year. New' (urled Art Eht- -!
10* kid t lap''tld aumn 1lutldftI' noted that th, Lions will to a headpiece of sequins and A' boardwalk the "Bridge to I 'bmbn 1xhibit.l8th-p1u'i Ip Seelbi, Ai"bcRt .:
the anrwal
oeliaaaaon o&"d. .hJe 1 a If'\1a\ : observe $5: ""'years 'in Paltokfe* on seed cp tirl.. Her 6nly ornaments Xeyswil1 connect the float' Electrical Exposition .Florida. State ..
at'.:3Ct o.clock In the foretxoob tor the February- 25 of.'this: year. There was a'single strand of pearls, 'she ing carousels, one for the porpoise'I and County exhibits..Cattle,
purpome of; .. one for the Florida DevelopmentCommission swine, poultry and rabbit shows
haVe been 25 different presidents carried a cascade bouquet of white
1. Xtoctlnrf one-Supervisor tor a term and ,the ...International Orchid Show
; otherf: r
.of f : .
during'this'tiale.- carnations. .
.l J:: American Hibiscus Show..
vlrileQ .
2.Utkilb,:r such tidtlO11'th jio rreepect' Charles B.,'Lewis >was Inductedas Jackie,Parrish Clewiston was Minute Maid Co. which will have, Florida.lnt. qJpt'al! tctnt.rtS : !

thereto as the landowners may ft new member by'past :president best man. Jerry,:Harris and Gary a striking display.
determine: antf. Three, subtropical homes will be
3. TraHtactrKB'iWlV UtHW 1nDIDMS1fisr E. A. Jensen. Lewis 'is Stevens both of 'Cle1 8tm. were . .
;at the end of the
aa tore t 4- General of Pahokee Mot ushers. boardwalk em-
y-meetUy Manager The b id 's parents we're! ,
phasising the ease 'of Florida liv
;, Aa6 .. hosts at a reception uvthe social
ore.A ing. Foliage, throughout ,the, Florida 'BIG SHOWSIr
special election was. held, et hall of the church. ..Assisting tttre' ;
-BY: P. .. OonkUnK. President. display wiU be .
PubUatt:; January 2C,Mr 1964.....w.. <. i which time, .Glenn .Brower:: : ws selected Mrs. James H."Wilkinson. Jr., Mrs. citrus subtropicall with .
l r _ .1__ ... I 'to the post of second vice D. Broughton Watkins, Miss Pam :having a prominent position Mir u... .I. 49r 4 reJ t W t4
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k president,and _jGeorge Raahley,.to Doe and Miss Paula Du'ke. area. Hurricane Hell Driver Thrill
Shew. Phu. ,, .. ..
J.ty M ..,
t >> the.position of third vice president; -. fctHBSYTH VISITORv, moraciitt fend fit. .Fevter.Wotf.oner .
t. PRQPA :GAS Guests were Rev. John Briley Married Show. Eight big .hows I
Young Mrs. Adrian
pastor of the First Methodist : Warwick of Forsy- Ticket on sale now I .
-* APPLIANCES: Church Pahokee and. Rev. Allen. People Entertained th. Ga., la expected this ''week at .It. S.,9 12 ancI-t5 r, J
(' Moore' of St.,PetersburgIt .. .' the home iof her son-in-law, .and IMCA Big, .Car.Auto Races.BVA .
:, DOteestlO ft Commercttl was announced that a. board Mr. and Mrs-:Lee: Wroten were ; daughter Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Bev- F.b. 10.15
K 1todso
Championship _
1ItaNatioos held hosts to the Home Makers Class of erly for a vfslt: .
of directors ,meeting will be . The wildest show lit the we*.
at the Lions Club building Monday.. the Married Young ?eople'Depart Champion cowboy frof.ll allover
SALTS AND SEBVIGB night, February 3 at 7:30 p. m.FOUNDER'S ment of the- First. Baptist Churchin Paul Collier Sr... has returnedto the nation will b* riding
.. Pnhokee. Friday night at their hishome in ,Pahokee .-after % big reugh money, tough...Texas Eight stock big,for rodeo the

'PROGRAMThe I home. The class is composed. ofmarrled three weeks' stay In the Veterans IlhuWI: Order '. .'ved grand.stand .
' : A. will people 17 thru hospital in Coral 'Gables. tickets now. ,
; F.OWERGAS Canal Point P., T. ,young age
'!!! -PERSON.....STON5Y 6UE. k
meet Monday February 3. at 8:00p. : 24 .of. which Mrs. Wroten is the -

i'' \ m. in the school cafeteria with teacher. Refreshments were served
CORP.Phone I For,ticket Information,
'those phone
to attending.
V. & Blackwell. president pre Tampa 228-7182 2545881.
,, siding. This is to'e.. a Founders -a-e for free ticket order form, writ;.
4TT64021 Sovtk! Bay Day program with 'guest Bill Moss" CLASSIFIED ADS PAT Florida State'Fair(TICKETS).
as speaker. BIO DIVIDENDS P. O. Box 1231,. Tampa.I .
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.",.. Four Everglades News. Canal Point, Florida

1 'J ', Debbie Gross.
Patriotism: Service;
much; as 100 per cent-in the num- ;
ber of,livestock which one acre of Rainbow Girls I Linda Douglas Confi. Observer;

THE pasture can sustain.I Hazel Sheppard. Outer Observer;
) ..., note that the sweet potato is Hold InstallationInstallation Ellen Jo Denton Musician; and
I \ 'R AR..M: : about to go "instant... I Mrs. Marie Hughes, Mother Ad-
\ Produce News reports that visor.
FRONT sweet potato flakes, "the first of the Rainbow for Installing officers were Mrs.
: :: truly instant sweet potato productever Girls took place on January 25 at Jessie Barnes, Miss( Sharon Watson -
I marketed," now are available Hall in ;Miss Hazel Sheppard, Mrs.
BY DOYLE CONNERCOMMISSIONER at retail stores in the Greater Philadelphia 8:00: p. m. at the Masonic Peggy Mims and Mrs. Adeline
area.Officials Pahokee. Officers installed were Wroten. Mrs. Barbara Branch was
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE of both USDA and the Mary Lee Adams Worthy Advisor soloist.APPRECIATION".
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Nix, Worthy _
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i r'I'I'' Reports circulating in the food tions on cigaret advertising are in furnishes supplies for the new Advisor; Penny Gist Pennington Hope;, I i iI
I product, call the flaking process"a Charity; wish to to all
industry indicate there will be a effect in Great Brltian. Finland, Gandy, express my
storm of protests from that source Denmark and probably some other great new hope for the sweet Gall Reeves. Faith; Pat Treasurer; I friends my appreciation for their
; I if the new "austere" Federal budget countries. In Italy the government potato" as a significant money Recorder; Gloria Hall Ann kindness and thoughtfulness shownto

t, I forces the U. S. Department of I tobacco monopoly in 1933; bannedall crop. Elaine Adams Drill, Leader Chaplain; ;Brenda:: I me during my recent illness;
!,, Agriculture to drop some of its advertising of domestic cigaret Re- for flowers, cards and prayers.
Mr. and Lotus Gray
Mrs. Joe the Maxson. Love;
(> research to increase food distribution brands. In 1932 the ban was extended Kelly were You'll always be remembered. May
weekend guests of their daughter ligion Patsy Crosby. Nature:
brands sold each and everyone.
efficiency. to foreign God bless you
I and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Wilma Cooper Immortality;
w I I Other reports indicate that be- there. Thomas Jr., in Pahokee. Jewel Fidelity; Linda Nix, I Clark Emery-
sides research, the Federal Extension According to USDA there has .
;, Service is expected to suffer been "no drop at all in Italian -'- -- -

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or Extension occurs. It is ing some new trends related to the -
being pointed out in Washington tobacco-and-health reaction: (1)a
that both are politically touchy I big upsurge in programs, rem-
and Congress may balk at any recommended edies and what not designed to
cuts: persuade, help or scare smokers Service Station
All of the various steps in the into "kicking" the cigaret habit, -
chain of activities to get food from and ((2)) some early action by to- -
the farm to the consumer's kitchen bacco manufacturers to shift into
comprise a healthy segment of the new and "safer" smokes.In _
total agricultural business economy fact one of the leading cigar- AND RESTAURANT --
and 'agribusiness, like it is in ret makers already is set to market -
Florida, is the" nation's biggest a new filter cigaret brand, witha
business. label stating the nicotine and tar -
Any research that tends to help I content. Trade reports say the r
prevent food costs from rising is I company claims for its productless SITE: .
likely support from urban tar in the smoke than pub-
j legislators. Their influence &is lished test results for any_other
dominant in Congress today. It brand currently selling in the U. S. = .
also is likely to win support of ... * -- -FOR-
legislators from farm areas who To the average home owner
would be opposed to rising food grass in the yard means a periodic --:: ----
I costs that would tend to reduce workout with the lawnmower. But
further the farmer's share of the to the cattleman and dairy farmer
consumer's food dollar. I the grass in his pastures may spell L
* * the difference between profit and ease
I'm not a smoker but I'm inclined loss. .
f to thin the recent report by the Farmers throughout the U. S.
U. S. Surgeon General on the heal- are being advised to look into _
th hazards of: smoking is not likely j profit possibilities in a new forage -,.. : ':" ," 'a. ti.. 4I a. a a a.,. ti -
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I to havj a lasting effect in reducing crop-a sorghum-sudangress with .9 '' ; _
J clgarct consumption. unusually high yield and excellentfor
The industry boomed in 1DG3: : anj pasture hay, haylage, green .
U. S. Cigaret consumption hit a = ':' -
chop and silage. : LOCATED ON -
new high of 509 Billion. Overseas The new hybrid produces a remarkably .
I .. consumption by the: Armed Forces! high tonnage ,of high
boosted the total to 523 Billion 'I, protein 'forage,\ can *" be1 grazed
Previous to the Surgeon Gener- about a month after planting
al's report, the strongest indict grows up again for use in about Muck Road -
f ment sof cigarets as a health hazard three weeks. As green chop it is City
\ was that of the British Royal I reported to produce 20 to 30 tons'
College of Physicians in March, to the acre per season. =
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of 8 per cent, cigaret sales in Britain I I -
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started climbing again and in op in our Southern states. But be.
:18 months were right back to the cause it can be grow in other

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I Party Honors Mrs.- Jones-Scogrgin Circle

: Kenneth McIntosh Takes Short NameThe

If I [11 Ne'Wtls Of Churches II
the The home of Mrs. Lloyd Hund Annie Jones-Scoggin Circleof

ley, 1251 Bacom Point Road, was the Canal Point Baptist Church

the scene of a tea honoring Mrs. met at the home of Mrs. J.
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Kenneth McIntosh on Saturday
South Side ChurchOf Canal Point'First Holy Nativity I l afternoon,'{January 20 from '3'to 6 I 1+ AtKins t" voted for their* monthly meet-
and at that time to
'"' : m. Hostesses for the delightful .
'Chrlst- --- R""I r Jj If" .1 a1 p. shorten the name' of their circleto
.Est Mrs.
r ;r::.,>>r l PP. ., affair were Mrs. Hundley Moon Jones-Scoggin Circle. Mrs. H.
Paul Rardin Mrs. Julius T.
Belle Glade,across from Elder R.. E.' -BarfieldSUNDAY ----. and Mrs. Doris Sasser. G. Rodgers presented the program
Bowling:Alley on Rd. 8O : ,: Rev. L.- Laaaing-, Vicar- .I In the receiving line were Mrs. "Citizen of Two Worlds."
0:45: a. m.-Sunday School SUNDAY:
.9:00( : a. m.-Bible Study Hundley, Mrs. Martha M. McIntosh .
..I 11:00: a. m.-Sermon 11:00: a. m.-Morning, Worship' 1O a. m.-Sunday School ,. Mrs. Kenneth ''McIntosh and ..
6:30: p. m.-B. T. C. I: 1:00
a. ra.-Worship Service
<6:30: m.-Evening Service .
p. : .. her mother, Mrs. Clarence Cub-
7:30: 'p. m.-Evening Worship. -
6:30 p. m.-Wed. Bible Study bedge of Winter Park: All wore or- Classified Ads
7:30 p. m.-Choir practice. Church Of God, chid corsages. Miss Julia Mathiswas
St. Peter's Lutheran WEDNESDAY Barfield presented an orchid also.
;I : Highway POSITIVELY all want ads or
7:30 m.-Midweek Serving at the guest book were
:: Church Belle Glade p. Prayer wish to call
classifieds, as
) Service. Pahokee. Fla.J. Miss' Judy Platt] and Mrs. Gary
THURSDAY:-Every other week W. Hughes, Minister Clark. The table was laid with a them are payable in advance frc.mthis 'em.
K ber, Pastor white lace cloth and centered withan day forward. Don't phone
August roe 7:30: p.: m.Ladies Auxiliary Phone 924.3736. ::
dollar bill in
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade Meeting. SUNDAY ornate silver candelabra bear- Write it and drop a
: want it run
which the envelope if you
SUNDAY: S U.- Ing lighted pink tapers sur-
: a. m.-Sunday School
Divine Services 11 A. M. 11:00 rounded'-a bouquet of pink sweet once. $2 if you want it run twice
Church Of Christ a. xn.-Morning Worvbip
School 9:45.A. M. ? heart roses and pink Fugi mums. and so on
.. 7:30: p. in.-Evangelistic Ser-
Pouring from the silver services
viceTUESDAY FOR SALE: New and Used WiUya
125 N. W. Avenue D either end of the table
placed at
first Baptist Phone WY 6-3867 : Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage
T7:8OpI: m.-Prayer Service were Mrs. Richard Ames Mrs. in Belle Glade Phone 6.3058.
Church Pahokee Belle Glade; Fla. Pitts Jr.,
SUNDAY SERVICES THURSDAY: Louis Pope Mrs. S. M. Oct. 17-54-ch.
and Mrs. Robert Meyer. Other
T:30ip. m.-Youth for Christ
Guthrie W. Colvard Pastor 10:00: a. m.-Bible Study - Service floral arrangements throughoutthe IS THERE ANYTHING in the attic -

SUNDAY. ; 11:00 a, m.-Morning Worship house were of pink sweet heart you'd like to convert into
0:46: a. m.-Sunday School 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship, roses and Kugi mums. Hostesses cash? A small classified ad in

11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship WEDNESDAY The Methodist Church Mrs. Hundley Mrs. Moon, Mrs. this column will turn the trick. It

6:00: p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30: p. m.-Bible- Study Canal Point Florida Rardin and Mrs.Sasser, each worea only costs a dollar-cash with or-

6:45: p. xn.-Training Union Camilla corsage. der.
WKDNESDAY: Christian Science Out-of-town' guests were Mrs.
Robert A. Shelley, Pastor FILLING STATION Site for
David Bleech and Mrs. Hiram
7:30: p. m.-Prayer Service
Group Of Canal PointThe lease Muck Road be-
SUNDAY: Raulerson of 'Okeechobee; Mrs. G. on City
10:00: a. m.-Church School tween Streamline Quarters and
C. McLarty of Lake Worth; Mrs.O. .
The Church Of God power of divine Love in 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship M. Corbin and Miss Genny Cor- Conners Highway. Ideal locationfor

f Of Prophecy PahokeeCanal daily living will be the subjectat 6:30: p. .-Youth Fellowship bin of Ft. Myers; Mrs. E. E. Bish- service station and small rest-
Point, Road all Christian Science churchesthis 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship op of West Palm Beach; Mrs. aurant. For full particulars get in
touch with Paul Rardin Canal
Sunday. MONDAY: Clarence Cubbedge, Mrs. Peterson
: John H. -Kinard, pastor Opening the Bible Lesson read- 3:15: p. m.-Youth Choir practice Hees, Mrs. Paul Hayne and Miss Point, Fla., or phone 924-2661 between

10:00 a. m.-Sunday School ing on "Love" will be this verse Kay all of Winter Park. Before 8 a. m. and 5 p. m.
from I John ((4:7): ): "Beloved, let 2nd MONDAY:
her recent marriage Mrs. McIntosh -
11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service HAVE YOU decided to clear; out
us love one another: for love, is of 7:30 p. ,m.-Esther Class meet- was Miss Carol Cubbedge of
7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service the attic and advertise the stuff
God; and every one that loveth is ingTUESDAY Winter Park.Chapter.
I 8OO p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. for sale through these columns?
born of God, and knoweth God.' : I
8:00: p. rn. Thursday-W.M.B.' - You'll be surprised how much stuff
Selections from the Christian 8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society1st
Everyone welcome. Special music you can get rid of and how much
Science textbook will include TuesdayWEDNESDAY
and -singing. Sorority Sees money you can take in. It only
these lines: "Human affection is :
4 costs $1 to try an ad for a week.
I 1i j _ not poured forth vainly even 7 30 p. m.-Prayer. Meeting Special PicturesMrs.

jI I Canal Point though it meet no return. Love - FOR SALE: 170 feet frontage by

enriches the nature, enlarging,' First Methodist Nina Hatton was hostess 210 feet deep on Barfield, High-
Baptist Church purifying; and, elevating it" (Science for the meeting of the Beta Omic- way, which includes lumber yard

<- -- :. ,.and_ Health* with Key to the Church:!,, PahokeeJohn ron Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi sor 58 x 130 feet.; one residence 3-
Lawrence Stewart, Pastor I Scripturesby Mary 'Baker Eddy, ority. ,The, meeting was;conducted bedroom completely furnished, income -,
SUNDAY: p. 57)). .,;. Briley, Pastor by Mrs. Laura Hatton, President.Mrs. $100 a month (is rented);

9:45: a. m.-Sunday School .. SUNDAY: Karl Mindlin showed motion one 2-room residence completely
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship 9:45: a. m.-Church. School pictures of scenes she photographed furnished. Income would be $75 a

6:30: p. m.-Training Union Husbands Attend 11:00: a.. m.-Morning Worship on a tour of Europe last sum month (now personal residence):;

7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship Chapter 6:45: p. m.-MYF mer with her husband. Members I one warehouse, income $100 a
'WEDNESDAY: MeetingA 7:45 p. 'm.-Evening Worship completed plans at the meeting fora month (rented). Lumber yard

7:30: p. m.-Prayer Meeting TUESDAY: social gathering and supper at i should rent $200 a month, or would
fiesta theme was featured for 7:00: p. m.-Vesper Choir prac' Barlow's Restaurant north of Ca-i lease lumber yard, business and

the social gathering of membersof tice"WEDNESDAY nal Point. building. Terms may be arranged.See .

The Pahokee Church the Xi Alpha Mu Chapter, Beta : . or call Vic Geiger, 310 BarfielQ
Of The NazareneRev. Sigma Phi sorority, at the home of 7:45: p. .-Mid-week devo- Highway, phone 9242591. Itp
: Mrs. Lewis Friend, husbands of tions BACK TO GEORGIA

the members attended as guests. 8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir prac- Mr. and Mrs. Max Beverly have : IIIIII
Max D. Jones, Pastor The committee in charge of arrangements tice returned to their home at Ochlochnee -
I 433 Bacom Point Rd. included Mrs. Friend, - Ga., after a visit with her Thurmond Knight

c Plume 924-1 28 P. O. pox ,882 Mrs. Georgia Moon, Mrs. Mildred parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Boyn- Beafty Inc.
SUNDAY SERVICES: Bchoeppel.-Mrs. Imogene Scott and' St... ty'e Ciat; Jw1ic,. :. ton. ::> ,
I 0:45: a. m. Sunday School Mrs. Lillian Beverly. ChurchFather ,Oflce'Md-lN5-Rea.:
: VI 8-2682
llcOO a. m.-Sunday -WoMfcip CONDUCTS lUCVTVAL; r
S 6:30 p. xn.-Juniors - Francis Fennech, Pastor Rev. Robert Shelley is conduct Box 9998, Riviera Beach

7:00: p. .-Sunday Evening Mrs. Williams Weds Sunday Mass 11:30: a. m. ing a revival in Cross City this' West Palm Beach Florida '

WEDNESDAY Evangelistic: Service II Charles; A. Barf ilk Confessions.. -.,..'., before Mass '" week. .1: I I J,I I I I I . I I I .,. II ..

7:30 Midweek _.
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meeting. Mrs. Addle Williams became the -'
( i bride of Charles A.Barfield, Monday
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*; once." January 13 at' the hornet, of .'.! '\. "i"C '"'
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.. Horace Lowe in Okeechobee: at : bo'OU'M
CLASSIFIED ADS PAY"" '4"SO: 'p. im. 'They- are residing" 'at, .,.

i BIO DIVIDENDS I their.hpme,North of Canal Point.tigSjigsflg'aig'ai .

P' ,- A MEW HOME; .,IN

I' -'- ityyifnTlffS THE NEW YEAR 64 .

Cattle Sales

Monday . Here at Everglades Federal we are ready to take care of

your wants during the New Year 1964, especially if those :
Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market

which is owned and operated by more than 120 wants are centered around money to build a new home. .

Florida Cattlemen. You'll find our folks in Belle Glade and in the Pahokee

You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here office ready, willing and able to serve you. Any one of us

at this Market. We make an effort at all times togi.e
will be happy to take time to talk over your plans for a
an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give
us a trial.SALES. new home in '64. Just drop by either office. We'll be gladto

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.. Q:.How does the new 3%% Interest rate benefit me? check every sixmonths for the life of the Bond. 4t+
;:. A: 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. interest accumulates! .to maturJ y.H,Bonds provide "ti
n t Your savings increase faster', because.your Bonds income expenses, while IS Bonds build a ''.
"', mature in just'7 9 months. nest-ejrsfor the-future. That's, why many retired
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stays the same but more dyou ; '"
six months.With both E:an&WBond'tha! Q:In what denominations can I buy series B and series .Y.
works out to'2Hffapf t eifiretyearsuid a'hal ;then tsoa'da? '
.' a guaranteed; 4*% e oh-Yetor to maturity. B : $25 (cost$18.75): ,$50 (cost$37.50), $100 ; t
Q:When did the new rate become effective? (cost':$75.60),.$200 ,(cost 150.00, $500 e; "
A: June 1, 1959. (coat X37 00), $1,000 (cost $750.00), f' vI
j $10,000 (coet.,5; O.OO). .
6 t: Does.the new cechange: &e Bonds I bough* borosejfrne . H L.Boa&r. $500, $1, 00. ..000 and 10000. They- '
cwt ;" 1, 19 1'hkm'v s ,- .t.-:' are' tricIIMI'at.face; : value. ,'j;; L .:..
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of Bonds will that it
t a cash valne your not drop
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.,. rate? .Wttat if myJBonds should be lost, stolen or destroyed :::
At Yes. You don't need: .L.d o. thing just hold on to ? *

<"N your Bonds. At lose. Every Bond purchased is recorded '
.1. Q:When my B Bonds mature, will they keep on earning Bondcan't}, y., If 'happens to you*
41. interest? ; ars placed-free. ,,.' it
,, A:Yes.An automong'aatic 1 extension eB'e' west Where can Ibuy Beads? '
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< Bonds will automattraTrj'lcegping earsAl Boy"BBondsj At,any J-ft1r-ft takaa only a few mmthoj4iyroll: .
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1 I John Dunkle Runs : Will Florida Run State Feb.Fair 4-15 9 J\i\ Maude Plans District Shirley- Meet Group: Heavyweight Scheduled MiamiWorld Bout

) For Circuit Clerki five I I The Maude Shirley Auxiliary of heavyweight champion
I TAMPA Exhibits the First :Missionary Baptist Chur- Sonny Liston and t.No1 ranked
I l' foreign nations will be featured in BIRTHS II ch, Canal Point, held their Janu- Cassius Clay are rounding them-
'I I B. Dunkle, Clerk of theft the International Exposition I ary meeting at the home of Mrs. selves into top physical shape for
; Criminal Court, Saturday advocated the Florida State Fair in Tampa, I Joe Usher at which time they discussed their February 25 title fight at Miami -
: the need for combining Palm Feb. 415. :Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hancock, plans for entertaining Baptist Beach Convention Hall.
hr" Beach County's Criminal Court of- Finland is a newcomer to the Moore Haven, announce the birth I I ladies' auxiliaries of the South Liston arrived Sunday, January
of a year ago. Italy, France, of daughter Connie Lynn Hancock 26th from Las Vegas, Nevada
I flee system with that of the Circuit group a I Florida District, Mrs. Fred Higgins -
I Court. Japan and Belgium will return at The Everglades :Memorial.I Chairman, conducted the where he conducted his early
Dunkle, Criminal Court Clerk here for the 1964 event, accordingto Hospital, January 23. I planning session. The district training. The champion will train

f for the past 64> years, .said he' has an announcement by M. E. Mr. and :Mrs. Felipe Argelio meeting will be held in Februaryat dally until fight time.
""?''A long been a proponent of the move Twedell, fair general manager. Esteban, Pahokee, announce the the Canal Point Church. Meanwhile, the talkative Clay
J efficient and economical Products brought to Tampa by birth of a daughter Maria Eu- . has been working here for almost
as an in reducing the high cost of I Finland will include china, crystal, genia, at The Everglades Memorial PARTY six weeks, holding daily sessionsat
I court procedures and In saving I stainless steel flatware, Jewelry, Hospial on January 25. Mrs. Karl Mindlen entertainedher Miami Beach Fifth Street Gymnasium -
textiles, sporting goods and foods. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin DeLeon, .
.! taxpayers thousands of dollars. i iI Sandra on her seventh -
) daughter
4 I \ His statement was contained In Italy will present a street scene Louisville Ky., announce the birthof birthday with a hamburger The Louisville Lip has boxed
' .' announcement that he plans to with typical Italian shops lining a son Jon Denni born January One Steak more than 70 rounds in prepara-
at the Four
of party
nomination the sidewalk. Three models 19. Maternal grandparents are Mr. I tion of his chance-of-a-lifetime
\ seek the House Tuesday evening, January
dis- ,
; '' for the office of Clerk of Circuit Japanese automobiles, will be and Mrs. O. H. Sheppard of Canal 28. against the Denver Fistic King.
Court. Present Clerk ol the Cir- played by Japan plus television Point . ... This bout is the most widely
cuit Court, J. Alex Arnette, has sets, cameras, radios and other I BACK TO ALABAMA talked about heavyweight fight of
end consumer goods. CALLED TO BIRMINGHAMMrs. the It is scheduled for
announced he will retire at the I Mrs. Sheppard has returned to century.
Dunkle said Main feature of the French ex- called to 15-rounds and will not be shownon
of his present term. collection of 106 Don Beverly was .her home in AnderlLsia, Ala., after
I hibit will be a television theatre tele-
the home or
Arnette's retirement "provides aft- son-in-law and
: Birmingham late Wednesday a visit with her
seek this dolls representing different aspectsof I vision in the area.
opportunity for me to French fashion. Belgium will ernoon January 22, due to the sudden daughter, :Mr. and Mrs. O. H. .
allied -
higher office which is closely fabrics, lace, crystaland death of her father, Dr. Neal I Sheppard in Canal Point..
of bring drapery
. Brooks
in many ways to procedures is the Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Andrews. Steve Beverly
industrial products.LOCALS *
the Criminal Court of Record. guest of his grandparents, Mr.: I Mr. and Mrs. John Zimmerman!! Elarbee and son Kirk returned to
i Underscoring the need for consideration weekend visitors in West their home Wednesday after a
and Mrs. :A. D. Beverly while his were
of the two offices, Dun-I mother is away. I End, Bahama Islands on business. business trip to Tampa.
fcle noted the Florida Judicial
y has proposed merging -- ----
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them under one clerk for efficient J F, e aes4 .ee l #*! ss l y s;
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t'scey f
h seb 'at'ai ette te1.e' . s r b aa fi irt'
b+ 't ef' Y 4 w tF it
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operation. Dunkle said "if and ;a t M 'V tF +V tY 4 1 9 } 4 .t Y 1h P 1 Y 9 tl M 4

when this consolidation is achieved \
I '''would like to be in the position -

to continue to serve the LLllft.:
effort and I
public with the same
i economy that my record as Criminal "- Rev. and Mrs. Lawrence Stew- t
I Court Clerk has established. art were called to Lakeland recently *
Dunkle concluded, "I pledge my i due to the serious illness of ;iPhone 9245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade ,

continued efforts toward economy her nephew Jeff Sipple. They were
it,t and efficient operation of the office accompanied home by Jeff's brother SALES and SERVICE
+!l of Clerk of Circuit Court and and sister, Carl and Lisa Sipple.
"I! earnestly solicit your consideration Mrs. Bill Hatton was called to Heating Air Conditioning Appliances <>
,: of my record, your support Lakeland Saturday due to the sudden e

;j{j, and your vote." Carden.death of her step-father, Ken Y" 11 M' *5* J *Y**1 *$*4 M* Y' *V *J 4 M Y" y' V' e} Ui' y @ 4' P' Y' Y' fV
Mr. and Mrs. E. F'. McIlwain ..-_______T-=-____--- .- ---------- -- I
Nursery had as recent guests his sister and 1
aunt, Mrs. Donna Mae Shields and

Seeks, FurnishingsBelle Mrs. Belle Kenniston.

Glade's modern Wee Care - i I IJ It

quate Center day designed care and to nursery provide facilities ade-- All Candidates l

100 pre-school Negro
for some : "'T

+. children realization.This is. steadily coming into On Jax_Program '*'

bi-racial project is one that }..
the community as a whole has JACKSONVILLE Florida's 1il ,] fi
j I, entered into with' much eagernessand seven announced candidates for I il
effort. The need for wee care' Governor-six democrats and one I

is imperative as many working Republican-will get together on
mothers have small children that the same platform for the first >
':" cannot be left at home unminded time when they present short

) while they are assisting with the ,speeches at a "Meet the Candi.
V harvest of crops. dates". Luncheon sponsored by the
The formation of a Furnishings Florida Sheriffs Association, on
and Equipment Committee is one February 6.
,, t h of the most recent phases of Wee The luncheon will be held here in

t, Care, Inc. The committee has been the Hotel George Washington auditorium -
organized under the direction of at 12:30 p. m., as a high-
.. .
Miss Sara Lee Creech, Vice-Presi- light of the Annual Mid-Winter
: dent and Chairman of the Building Conference of the Florida Sheriffs -
? Committee. Mrs. E. :M. Lively has Association. \
been elected Chairman of the com- Also scheduled on the Confer- i
mittee and Mrs. John A. Dulany ence program for the same dateis
named Publicity Chairman. a testimonial banquet honoring
Members of the committee after Clay County Sheriff John P. Hall
much consideration and study, of Green Cove Springs, who has
? ; : have made a detailed itemized earned the title of "Dean of Flor- _
list of furniture and other large ida Sheriffs" by serving a record

.. equipment that will be needed for 36 years.
,,' the new building. The latter will The three-day Conference, with
Include a nursery, toddlers' room Sheriff Hall as the host, will open .
t 'kindergarten, kitchen, clinic room, February 5 with a demonstration (I.'iH : '} M

.. office, waiting room, employees' of, "Procedures to Be Followed ."" .... .') 'fI't'

lounge, and living quarters for a in Nuclear Emergencies" by the ., ,.
director. Items of linen, blankets, U. S. Atomic Energy Commission 041
towels, face cloths, shirts. bibs, I and Florida Nuclear & Space Com- \ .

diapers, dishes, pots, pans, toys, mission. <
have, also been listed. Sheriffs will also hear a' confidential .j: : ,
report on the crime situa- ; Take it easier let me
- -- As-
- - elect
-- tion in Florida;
sociation officers for 1964; and do chores
.' farming
discuss a number of technical subjects .

i' Look Here FirstAnodized communications. such as improvement network and of their their .t.,':., .

.1\' record keeping systems. it' "Yes," Reddy says, U you save valuable time and '

..J Aluminum . energy every day when with the flip of a switch ..
.r Windows STUDENTS VISIT '.. electricity goes to work for you . milking cows ;..

:I.: Sliding Glaaa Doors The their following parents students during are semester visiting ...togrinding feed, pumping water . doing any of dozens I -

'a f\: break at Stetson University in De- . ::4",. ,' of other chores on the farm."

.N New Screens, ReScreenlng land Ruth Colvard, Linda Woofter f
I1 .,\ Faith Sasser, Jan Plumer and ; ,. you'll lighten farming chores, improve production ,
II. Call UA+ for Estimates I Yvonne Thompson. "'
\ '. .' ... and increase profits. Call on him more often!

j ;. Glades Window HOME. B. Gamble FROM FUNERALE. and daughter, Mrs. I. ....

returned to I.7"ketD 1a7 ) l . ,
Latham have f
James / tin-, .............. .....{f.
t Pahokee after attending funeral
{ Co., Inc. services for Mrs. Gamble's motherin . r. CHEAPER, TOO

'. \ Robilene, La. Mrs. Gamble will

i 996-6447 4OO 8. E. lt St. return- later. ... FLORIDA. POWER ft LIGHT COMPANYPace lP JI
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