The Everglades news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079910/00379
 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: March 20, 1964
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00379
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Sod Busters Plan Band MembersAre Cancer March Will Register To Vote I Mrs. Hillier Heads

Given AwardsMiss Here In Canal PointIf

Officer EelectionThe Be Started April 1 The Garden ClubThe
Faye Harris and Miss Tam your name isn't on the registration
my Branch received superior rat- list so that you can vote

Sod Busters garden club ings at the District eight contestfor Beginning on April 1, 1964, volunteers in the coming primary election you Pahokee Garden Club met
met at the home of Mrs. Lee soloist of the Pahokee .High will start their march can register right here in Canal Tuesday, March 17, in the community -
Shirley with Mrs. David Unwin as Band held at the high school. Theyare against cancer and call on neighborhood Point. Mrs. Faye Ursry has been I room of the Everglades.
co-hostess. Mrs. Joan Tucker pre- now eligible to compete in the homes throughout Palm deputized and is fully commission Federal Savings and Loan Build-
sided and appointed Airs. Ray Hat- solo phase of the State Band Con Beach County. These volunteersare ed to register you and she has the ing. Mrs. Helen Hillier presided in-
ton, Mrs. John Hatton and Mrs. test, Southern Division at Tampain participants in the 1964 Edu- proper forms for you to fill out. the absence of Mrs. Christine
Lee Shirley to the nominating May. Miss Harris played the cational and Fund-Raising Cru- She lives across the street from' Elliott

committee with a report to be piano Miss Branch the flute. Excellent sade of the Palm Beach County Pugh's Barber Shop in the Evie 'The following slate of officers

made at the April meeting.It awards were received by Unit of the American Cancer So- Keen home. Her phone number is were elected for the coming year,
was announced that the Paho- Miss Lodus Gray, clarinet and ciety.-! 4-735O. Give her a ring right now Mrs. Helen Hillier, president; Mrs,
kee Garden Club has invited the Omar Adams Trombone. The announcement was made and tell her that you're coming to Lloyd Hundley, vice president;

group to be their guests at their - yesterday by Carroll Peacock, register., The books are closed by Mrs. Norman Kennedy, secretary;
meeting April 21. Crusade chairman of Palm Beach law on April 4, so you'd better I Mrs. Billy Kolstad, treasurer.

Mrs., Edna Bennett and Mrs. Funeral Services ,County. register today.. I The program was presented by
Eaton were introduced as guests. Mr. Peacock said "Again this Mrs. Hillier entitled "Day Lilies".

The program was presented by year, our Crusading Volunteers U.S.S. To End Slides were shown bn the many
Mrs. David Unwin entitled "Land- For Mrs. RichaudFuneral will perform a two-fold purpose Corp different varieties. Mrs. Claude

scaping". The April meeting will They will seek public contributionsto Shirley and Mrs. O. R. Bleech were +
be held at the home -of Mrs. Ray help support the Society's' year- Season On TuesdayIf hostesses.The .
Hatton. services were held round cancer control program ')f club was invited to attend
- Thursday afternoon at four o'clockfor public education, research and services the Belle Glade garden club April

Mrs. Dela Eugenia Richaud for cancer patients. At the plans work out as scheduled ,I 0 for their flower arrangement pro-
Hurt New MemberOf 74, of 308 East Circle Drive in time will to home U. !
same they give right now, the S. Sugar Corporation gram.
Clewiston who passed away on -
residents informative
an cancer multimillion dollar sugar I
Pahokee Lions Tuesday following a long illness. education pamphlet,''The Answersto mill, near Canal Point, will closedown
Services were conducted at the Celery Still $5
Questions May Help Save for the season next Tuesday :
Paulson Funeral In Clew-
Chapel Your Life.: This pamphlet answers morning after a successful harvest I
R. F. Hurt was welcomed as :anew iston and burial was in Clewis tOll such questions as; What Signs or season. Corn Holds At $4
member of the Pahokee Lions cemetery. Symptoms May Mean Cancer?; The other large mill in the
Survivors include her husband, Which of Cancer is Increas Cane !
club at their March 17 meeting.He Typ Glades-that of the Sugar
was inducted by past presidentE. Albert J.; three step-sons Nathaniel ing Most Rapidly? Growers Cooperative at Belle Celery growers are mopping up
A. Jensen. of Richmond Calif., Ed Putnalof "We sincerely hope," Mr. Pea- Glade-will complete harvest on again this week as the delectable

The program was presented by Baltimore, Md., and' Joseph Put- cock laid, "that, every person .;'f': '. past president Curtis Chase! who nal of Jacksonville! : five daughters, ouf area"reVeives A "copy of this! ; one of the officials of thi crate. Yield is good and northern
Mrs. James T. Platt of Pahokee
spoke and presented film on the important pamphlet. We also look company. customers are receiving an excel- P
Mrs. P. M. Mrs.
Industrial of south McIntyre, forward to receiving from - .
development persons lent grade of celery at this price.
Florida. The film dealt mainly with Lowe and Mrs. John C. Gaylor, all whom our loyal volunteers visit, a Corn-what little there is of it-

Palm Beach, Broward and Dade of Clewiston Bradenton, Mrs.12 Mabel Porterof contribution which will swell our Union Service By brought th'o growers $4.00 per five

counties. ; grandchildrenand financial fund so that our fight dozen crate ,this week. Scarcity of

Guests were Jerry Grummere, five great-grandchildren. against cancer can be expandedand 2 Local ChurchesThe the product may force the price up
Belle Glade; H. B. McCall, Belle - intensified to help curb Flor another 50 cents at a later date.
Glade Lion and Bill Shirley. Student ida's rising death toll. I Beans were back down to $3.50to
guest was Calvin Spooner. You Can Register "These are somber statistics," Canal Point "CommunityUnion i $4.00 this week with the offerIngs -
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Mr. Peacock said "but we do not Service" will be held Thurs. scarce.Conner.

Industrial GroupsTo Now Until April 4 quote them to frighten people. day night, March 26. at 7:30: p. m. - .
Rather we give the facts so that '
at the Canal Point Methodist '
Meet In Orlando I Will Study J'
more people will be aware of tho Church. The message will be
serious problem that all of us face Rev. Lawrence Stew. Concessions At
Starting: April 13 Palm Beach County registrationbooks brought by
-and help do something about; it.
art Pastor of the Canal Point
will be open in the Glades ,
State Fair
"Something is being done about Tampa
with Rev. Robert
TAMPA-Plans for an Indust- Office Building until April 4, ACcording Baptist church
} cancer. There is a hopeful side.
at the
rial Development Conference in to information from Coun- Shelley officiating openingof
Today, 1,200,000 Americana have TAMPA Florida
the service and the observanceof Agriculture
Orlando 13 at ty Commissioner Paul Rardin.
April were mapped
' been cured of cancer. They re living the Lord's Commissioner Doyle Conner says!'
a recent meeting of the industrial Com. Rardin said the books will Supper.
and free of the disease five he will call a meeting later this
committee of the Florida Councilof be open constantly from 8:30: in the A. ..
years after treatment. This'\ year, month to Iron out differences over
100 at Tampa's InternationalInn. morning until 5 o'clock in the aft-
about 177,000 patients will be saved Services concessions on the midway which
ernoon, five days a week, and Funeral
but-88OOO more could be saved landed the Florida State Fair on
The session will precede the someone will be available at those
if the disease would be detected For Herring NephewMr. probation.
Florida Industries Exposition and hours to assist' those who have not
earlier and, prompt, proper treatment Conner said Calvin Winter, his
registered for in the county, .
will be sponsored by the Council voting, "
: given. assistant, will call the
and Mrs. J. P. Herring received meeting.
r of 100, the Florida Development
.- 'word of the death of his Winter inspected the Florida State
Commission and the Florida Industrial -
nephew Collie Nowell of Hedland. Fair on its last day of operations
r ; Development Council: Ruth Colvard Is
Filing: Fees Sent Ala Thursday, March 12. Funeral Feb. 10, and slapped 42 violations
Invitations will be issued to
Stetson CounselorRev. cervices; were held March 13, at 'against its concessions.The' .
'. chamber of commerce officials, By Secretary State ITo
the, Hedland l First Baptist Church.Mr. meeting, according to Con-
city county
mayors managers
commissioners regional planning Party Groups and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard and Mrs. Nowell were recent ner, will include both fair man-

councils, committees of 100 and received word this week that their guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herring agement officials and concessions
other groups engaged in industrial TALLAHASSEE Secretary of daughter Ruth has been selectedto returning to their home just three! operators.
recruiting. State Tom Adams sent $ OOOO to serve as n Junior Counselor at weeks ago. At the time of their -

- I the State Democratic Committeeand Stetson University next year. Ruth visit Mr. Nbwell was hospitalizedwih Elementary SchoolIs
was chosen along with 17 other a heart attack.
Easter Hunt $l .OOO to the Republican Shown '
Egg sophomore girls to train for this Slides
.... For Primary Choir committee 'recently as advance program. The girls are chosen for
payment from the qualifying fees this program because of the influence New Pastor ChurchIn The sixth grades of Pahokee Ele-
plunked out by candidates for thisyear's they exert in their college; mentary School saw slides of Aus
Members of the Primary choirof elections. Canal Point
career. tralia. New Zealand Egypt,
the First Baptist Church in Pa ,
The qualifying fee money, which Greece Italy and some countries !Jn
hokee were entertained with an; amounts to five per cent of the an- -r. --- Members of the First Baptist I Asia, Wednesday morning. MinI

Easter egg hunt at the Canal nual Income of the office, being I Combined Groups Church of Canal Point announce Helen Hon of LakaWorth, n retired -
Point park. Monday afternoon at ,' sought by the candidates, is set securement of a new pastor to lead teacher from Dade county gavo
2:15: p. m. Prize eggs were won by aside by law for use of political Hear Rev. ShelleyRev. their flock. He is Lester Reams of I interesting talks concerning the o
Pam Moss and Ronnie Story. Re- parties in helping their Candidates Fort Pierce who will move to this countries and their people.
freshments were served and the run aganst those of the other Bob Shelley taught the com- area in the not too distant future.
children returned to their homes party. bined Canal Point and Pahokee 'Mrs. Reams has a wife and one FILLING STATION Site-for

by Mrs. Lee Shirley Mrs. Charles Adams reported a total of 674 WSCS at the First Methodist son. ]lease on Muck City Road between .
Wilkinson Mrs. Bill Shirley Mrs.C. candidates qualified for offices ""n church in Pahokee Tuesday and .. Streamline Quarters and

E. Williams, Mrs. David Unwin the May primaries. He estimated Wednesday night in their study HONORS GUEST Conner Highway, Idal location

and Mrs. Bill Moss.. . total qualifying fees by.Democrats ''Towards Christian PterYectlon.' :Mr. Norman Kennedy entertained for service station and small rest-
would be 103OOO.. The Spiritual Life committee with at her home with a bridge aurant. For full particulars get in
Bill Unwin la a patient In St. Republican "fees would total Mr*. H. H. Hendrix in charge of party honoring her house truest touch With Paul Rardln. Canal:

Mary's Hospital in West Palm some $26,000 after all are accounted arrangements,'served refreshmentsto Mr,.Elizabeth, Powers, of Pittsburgh Point. Fla., or phone 924.2661 between -

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.. .Jrriday.Karch 20 1964
Two That Bverglades News Canal Point, Florida 33438 a :

Large Crowd Views

I Holy Land Pictures

m In Your Future I -
F 1 I I Attending- the, showing of slides'
of the, Holy Land with Rev. and

Mrs. Hal Hunter of Northwood
Baptist :Church were his mother
Mr. and Mrs.
and step-father
tl J 1 I Green of Zephyrhills Fla. Rev.

I I Hunter and his-wife spoke to a full

llJ : house at: the Canal Point Baptist

'' fey 3 church Sunday night. March 15.

Bu $ .. ; {. I I .. .

1javi&ji1 Palm Lake Sunday

Rardin'BuH&ing InCGanal: Point, FloridaTHE School'MeetingThe ,

Palm Lake Associational

t -,: ; : ;VETCLADES; ; TOWS; :! ; Sunday the First School Baptist meeting Church was fB held;
Serving the Lak'3. Okeechobee Farming Region Without \ I ton Beach Monday night. March,

.Interruption Every Week.lor Nearly.Years 16. Rev, and Mrs. Lawrence Stewart

Established,March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday 4 SON "i of Canal Point attended from
I the Canal Point Baptist
Subscription PriceJ$2.00 Year. In Advance -Rev. -Guthrie Colvardr>KeJ

The.Everglades'News .Entered. at the Post Office I Hood and Paul Younger,attended'
LIST from First"Baptlst': Church. of
,In.Canal.Point.Florida: as SecondClass Matter -
Miss Bonnilu Lair daughter of A-2c Curtis Russom son of :Mr. hokee. .
Paul Rardin ''Owner 'Editor Publisher Mr. and Mrs. .
Marshall Lair is on and Mrs. ,C. Russom recently returned -

the dean's list of students with to the United States after 01110-VISITORS
superior scholastic''records for the Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Shirley had
=Lake,Harbor Man I Southern Bell Co. serving two and a half months of recent houseguests his:former
past trimester, at Florida State as
::Seeks Board JobE. Expands Millions University. Miss Lair is a' sopho- overseas duty In the- Pacific. He is classmate and wife 'Mr. and''Mrs.

I For'New Facilities more. now stationed at Homestead. I Paul Moutz of Columbus Ohio.

W. Weaver of Lake Harbor
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qualified and announced Tuesdaythat

he seeking, the county'commissioner pany Southern spent a Bell record-breaking Telephone Com$373 ++ +++ +.:.. ...:..._:. $*$...><__.! ..c.$_< MM .*&+++.:
.: post held by Paul Rar
million in 1963'for facilities to
din of Canal Point.,,He,like Rardinis ex- t .
a Democrat and the results will pand and improve communications .: .:

be concluded on May 5 in the Dem- services for a changing growing ... / I' '
ocratic primary election. south. : : ;
President Ben S. Gilmer reported -
Weaver said on qualifying: "I
pledge full .!me effort ,to the job I this giant contribution to thesouth's 't"
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and assert that unity in 'Palm economic growth in the Phone 9245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade :

Beach County is important and firm's 1963 annual report released :;::

can be achieved to the great ad- today in Belle' Glade one of 93 ex- SALES and SERVICE :t
changes 'which Southern Bell
vantage of the entire ,county."
A ,Lake ,Harbor resident for 18 serves In Florida. t Heating Air Conditioning Appliances 4
The 1963 southernBell's
years. Weaver ,observed his 50th year was

birthday recently. am ,confi- breaking second year consecutive in building new record-(fa ++ .)-..:++++ -t...>.:..>(. $ *0..*>**..:.<..:..:....4>+4
dent that Palm Beach .County is

on the threshold of.\enonno'JIS .potential cilities. The company spent $26 -. -- - -. -.- --
million more in 1963 than In 1962. \
The County Commissioner
Demand for telephone service
post is of sufficient importance to
continued in 1963 the
strong report
be a' ful1-tlme responsibility,I ,
stated. There Increase
pledge full time effort to the'' job was
. .
of 4O7.OOO 'Southern Bell Tele-
that ; \' ,
phones in'1963:To achieve this net .. .
A civic minded citizen in the'Glades ;iVj.t'. -
is gain the firm connected orInstall- ,
area a -
ed 1.424.000 telephones. Discon- ,
Superintendent for 'the Ritta 'and .
nected 1O17OOO 'and :'moved 'an- .
ClewLston Drainage Districts and. other 770,000.., At.the- .end of itha I r k- .
for two years, was a representative -
year. Southern Bell operated ,8- ,
from the Glades area to 'tha
Palm Beach County Resources and 415,000 telephones. a 1 do chores
Development Board. Residence customers with indi- :
vidual lines Increased from 63
A: life-long Democrat. Weaver mh
percent at the end of 1962 to 66
has been long active in Scoutingand '
at the end of 1963. Ten
percent .
is former 'chairman of the
years ago only 25 percent of in
Glades District, Gulfstream Council .
Southern Bell ,
residence customershad .
Boy,Scouts of America. Weaver ;
individual lines. 'Only seven I
was the first qualified instructor j'
of Southern Bell residence
of adult scout era in the Glades percent eJV
area. He is a member of 'the Lake customers now have four-party
service compared"to 35'percent 10 minutes
Harbor Community Methodist
the said. . ;
Church and is a Lions Club vice- years ago report ;
president.: His wife.is a school bus The area served by Southern ID
driver. Bell has seen increased industrialization ; f

-- said Mr. Gilmer and this :
has resulted in an increasing r electrically Jr !
Mrs. Ruby Bush standard of living for the people of .

:Birthday PartyMrs. the south.
Southern Bell has spent almost

three billion dollars in the past 10
Ruby Bush was honordd
years to expand ,and improve its .!-' .:,
with .the home
a birthday party at.
services in the south; 'Mr. ,Gilmer
of her son and daughter-in-law, said. ,., .
,Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bush. Wednesday "
"Our expenditures for plant improvement -
,March '11. Guests attending
'Expansion and cost of
were.:Mrs..Mary,Maxie. Mrs. Ada-
operation have a substantial Impact -
line Wroten and Mrs. Ellen faker "
on the south's economy ho
!I.- ire
Karen Catoe''. small daughter of .
Mr. And Mrs. "Frank, Catoe .is a

.patient in Everglades .;Memorial! CLASSIFIED PAY

Hospital. BIO DIVIDENDS Profitable! farming operations today depend on wide use of modern _

---..-- --- -- --- -- ... _' __.n ___ __ .._ work-saving,time-saving mechanization.Take .

.. I any o'ob-pumping.:water, sprinkler:system, powering machinery -
''I "M'T ,. ALL
,, "' refrigerating, automatic augering, cleaning and ventilating _
'FOR ,...
,- ,, T --! Reddy Kilowatt does it faster, easier and cheaper.On .
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"+ i, w. the farm and in the home, low-cost electric service brings
.:- . !,. Al! Te4
.. j1t better living in many ways. Let Reddy lighten your
tt' ' '''f ,i IM-BEACn; ...t.l'CLur '
.,; '" ;\.;t, .*' ; !> load, improve production and increase profits.
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2, Q:How does the new 3%% interest rate benefit me? check every six: months for the life of the Bond. .Kl":

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.,. $25.00 fourteen months faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds . ,
} '""" Your savings increase faster; because your Bonds income for Jiving expenses, while E Bonds wild a <:
"I,: mature.in just 7 years, 9 months. nest egg for, the future. That's why many retired f'
.f .-:.,.,'-. With ..ea'H Bonds, the 10 year maturity: period people:;; .hold H" Bonds apd families saving for; say, achild's ,. .,'Ii, ..:..,
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./ works out to'2 J4%for'the first year da.halt. then H Bonds? .i ;
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Q: When did'the new rate'become effective?' (cost $75.00)), $200 (cost $150.00)), $500 (J' ...:
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*:'.;' .'1 Q: Does the new- rate ...;;'' ."' ; fore June, 1959 H Bonds: $500, $1,000, $5000 and $10,000. They ,'.,;*r' + :t.flfv .+..'
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BY DOYLE 'NiNftER! I jtluutln X. tote ihrtU11t "zttnf ,t unJ11ivirj.itl ;I : ft: alto; Xtfi.: 'c lliry '1rnUie \Wtt'\1 I>IIut.tl1..iitlooiuw) : : ] t tu. XotUntM1h -

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FLORIDA DEPARTMENT 0? :RIh'O'JLiilUr.E" luur :uttirtf: UiUlUnif litrJPHf *- i'\V1J,. :. I I KC nlU 3sfl. niitl ntf JItwtr (..\ttlt'\\" h". ..tile.I.1DIkw .
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;, ,: ( .tJunuu '.n tttiif yeur.tmuwtIjhi3ihijmBtUun ; 'YJe UU11-, !i ,,!u 1ttlig' 11\"l'h'1'- ,ut. Suhn.ittiut .
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Our attack on the L'zipo:-I raze Utt' +OUlf .utiflwirrSh:wnult th1 :)1u1lLthf>> :/; liner anm ,unti fluid v. jrtlr. ..uiitiCtiu' :S'kttl. t Ivan (itituttftfotr jlim1w and:
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ant in Florwii is beg ae>t, +a ar mor l< 'Ujt. .ntnl iiu rt ivur :IJun\e :ut .11. "tittr ;UfU, :
this Spring Slate AIX! F'e. afl. t :if; nmtnijr ttlutt tnjivws 1tFlhl.'zUlesstin I :lilur ittuu Jt) l\\n\ i its .u iintlimtt an Sit.' "III' s
\ itiuihiiiiTh tuitOhuttjrHti tSnr3JJX. 2de.ntuis -
species: : wta be ci pentasg tL I \vlltlIU! ;. .KluUt lhwxs :; <(iNn.: ECLmtauairjCJSn.( 35X Stkttr,>q- \HutttUl iin.untl VU.cue.. tt t1'tttlniIZuutlti. _tn' : tC >r".ICtllttrl2iTtYu +
land: ovnsrs wtx want :.0 sad tbtvr J : z sfflttuLil .Suat. fin mthat , \W1'Y'ti:. 1ilIxIEtsdjlltt ( u. :t:)) uutt UntUuuu I ICNu. :. uut1 t1z+i. Wmlcm\t; 1LuuetrIhutarRI

property of the p&st. i : :a.mtiiJt*. jjirrloiuyvMttiiin Uwi tin (( .Vj).. I mtb. Cun 1tItItp : Sttrt; IItgKtrS1i'uk : tanfirttiut'.s11: \ : j. un'umudill.1tr
On the State sad our Divtsaoa c f t+t'Inm Itttyv attar allllI&'UtwiL'hnt ; : + $. ,=n\V J1lUtlW% t\1f I.1'w;: :
nn mutiuuul IrU1HJ".l1t'lth.l:: 'I1\\)>-,;.I "Udt1.tfl.IluJUfttr R::MttJuruuufc tttuutl 1tlti1itetlit .
Plant Industry: is c&rryua the lnJEL:: I mwutiu! iwjuitesttutiun tcnilttn jHftl.unultOli tin nUh: gluuva.us Hnilj*- i: im SHiuixtl.: TL'imn- 1lktmt\t1\ ;, ( t..utlt! Sl6t t.U.&u' nt'

The Federal team's activities; ; ;err <<1taUTvtlthin u .almtt ttmie. Hlnwjiif j uuiu t'njwtl) \liitln :UTTrtU:' : Chf gnitti- tlll'! :. StluttWt m'tltb. :. ntUntm;. "n;. 1Jt\ur.h :aY ivttul. ..ufmdlhfU1ttl
under superrisioa of the Ul SLpartmeat P+e- .vu; "" Urf;( Iluittltlattlitullieinl} ,ttiun \VrtHtdlti Hunt S' JWT UD] ttitttllvitttle i1If; .Htht

of AgT c.att zre.c dirs3min t'tttttl.wre!: : ; :utt\tiliUtl ttntt: +ttlpun; +,}yt11'mt.t 'II :uiitl uumtborn atT rnilU: ca.* 'iv : :\ f5hl"is u''ntt ntf \\VtMtI : i r T

of Plant Pest CoclroL air ;I\U.eu'Uuu crff ;u3yy rli'\w'' I'\ ] 1'tilnt $i ut1iWUS bite \wmJKmiHjTuwjtl +tIMtGt..tcl+litt'.J IfilF"W! :IRlmnRtij

Some iSSwOOO acres cu>>fly a :months .uiifl ttruitt.uuCli iintt>!mini+tH\ tatitilunll: ; ; : ; ait Ihur jjmvwitUi .untl d1utaeil \) IW uutYw t \tWtstt

West FJo ate. are expected iu> 1* .Lath::. TDnuUlICrrea : nrtintftattttttun 1)111thll1'' y I'I'I /YIthntl'Stt C11ur lhnr; jJnUl1lh.tiot1C"J"J l Icu;. :3ttv ..mitt.nut 311th. I3tLIy :3ing21tttWjuutl mttsr ntAi 11:11A :

approred by Plant ladurtry Irxrtreatzaeat I iiI .;JmlP thmnqttqn.utt \VUI+m ttia I( SilHHWUF; ( ) dtnwnulhtt.uratlif: : ICmtr

: in the two-year ra- Ltt.1 .J.rf> I: Ull.r:. rut tiuutll ln1IUUnrxnuwutlltU'+ u xiuitaiinllu '
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gfram wJsSelt got uadervayFall. )tease + : tift :uvuliUUU- Nun saintnif } *- lUtoven: 110 :.t!uti / -. iw) luuiiieJiuutli
xHutmt miiwwti ihtttIt "
It wxswinter yeast e Ed d g ;I t ;it irt.'u. rp.nrnnnt1.utttU1t1ImanW ;: Cdinlhiiuvfluati liiMlfi tttiittTn '' I' y
I Humtf art :i'wUli IE. JBUlin
Traonttta: vrhea: the ants Javinactive. ;;: Jt tti nlt\'w 1DmullUs wtllll1J'Mvmt .[ Mttinn :8 :swur :1tTn. (DiUiIu-iim: iktni -' :

I tttitlumiuO:: nil ClT* auttc! ai. um tto :11 inur liimlte iin SXlvtl: Jilllut;:. mi' ttwi\ \\ro. iitt l l1J'tI1UYaW .ililU- tan

A total of lC6sO>3 acre fa U t fie 'f+e w.'iI.t1re tansy t uuue intnieagent. U [ tuettint:3flYUntit; 'AU,. ;urrn. l tt. L1111ttulknrlhuniet2ttiwtnk11T! +nt1IE1vu'Tlilutttstt
counties im: tJae PanhazieZe txiiTtbeen < .' ;in Huimuntic tthruatCf I'.! :.ll.mmtJnll IihHJUta.l1. "!tt !

:: O. K."d for! treatcrent: toy! : 3niu .usrfc tSrmllHvtl wltth t' ltrlLn'a ! I

county' F xe Ant Oa=O2nitt*es. OC '' ., rttinuullt ynnir Q ,U1t 3. 'YL. t Hit anal :winJ. iKwoiy .fiutniiVtm* ntTlWLlitltxtttt d1an wlr's .ttullnAC 1'f101Jk+:w+
'I' (Su,, \vwm tXiiv \ + off ,.Trnt- rfn..+.$1rs**
the total. 22,030 acres: in Crr? affthe < tunD.: .t.ro1tt. Itlt'11l Hfl""n"'I)11, \ jr.jinirmit
corm&& got a going: over+ )na..r-:: '!I"3tr I : ::J".t"t' ..ltt t11ia.\ c.11tinutuu

Fall La tests of the sev but z..:>or < .. \It Huttt tvva+11wtrtl.

known asCsiccg "SsBirer."* I I r .w.r. ttn.1 EI bT'JKS: ru: ;( j I Slht.. ]I tUItn 5'tvrttsuatiltlateiinKShuut'EW1Uc ; SCHOOL'SOPEfT

: S pooaxls of bsjl. oco1J.:m.- JEauuU diftvtflillmtnIt df = I 117lu.rrnwnlljt; ..itlwttlKlii|

Lag ocJIy ocke, teaspoocfoia ctf tSetoxic .1ftffi+tUgfuiuivfut+=tYtlulttIII2U!JanwlI.ItfFtrttutg ; i lt1mlc MUtt' vJuiUvtlllit :.utitl ::'.'1tW.13ltitialitllCIIitttutU I

or potsotBOBis, c&eanicalacre t.m: i,I tllP off thc: U'I'uU ttrwtnrt :ylr.uNldtrs.lluni,.- :;
the, tests proved :i1ttrtt1T fimt tinier Unit uiUt.Hius(:CUU.M 'UnIU1Utlo.,e tttellrl-ttl rn1'1HUH.:; :.littiermy jtt.il! lOnltm"vvlti
s a s s I ttlitId: 3i. D)tU1U'1.n"l1tt: The car a .t attack flit f''III ttiurt tit) e:3>unU Ittr. monttiiW rrnluntCfl' \411"\ ruitiir&lrs. tDJtttuttuel3ludttnurzutrtlPtnt
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is tint an: effi l5 \VirtttvliiiiMttitUint ttlntU tUU1qUt+lD'itUSN.
a coraSzoS pro! edt to be OI.JJt.ttl: :: atet' rrfirntt (Jn ; YUL1Uj. ;:i;(dmu. .111".111l)1T! : .lUu-reh 1:2Mr ( im"D.IUtlbuIIfreYt1m'1.' JJi"1: t

only rftaere taratttia Ers ak far fit.Reqme I:!nHntctt fftlTii'ref! tinY'.:'nJlnw,(OU.ffO'v-l i ;. ruml:AlToS.Iltmidhl MI SAIL],.... '1 ties ;ttt 11''. {j I. m ::
ftjK for titcoctroS tr t:1u-I''' uiitl tDilliinttlo, nt nuw tneth kts1iitr"iultai.tfttt ; 11 t
: : aun \I.l, (ljf Duil.1untnvrn. runtu>utt+i+e t tin t
neat are processed! first by C I.-I'I I : TScrous 1 TrUe rrwct'l j I ititlhntff :nBsoruHUniklUlIUtiunMfrs li't1n: 't".lmttJ yllntilintttr(: MUuiHliiuUitm .

ty Fire Aratt Oocir::::itle' j ate ,apuu'ttfrti': nnrttvtlll Jndtiitie ccxtMtniU I L1 rth 11:3. :u."i UlQu.orJ ltUNtkJ \wtfi(, lifer s'

make ng the are&s into bbb mt! Cit an.lun1 ftyettlIE ITT&rrctU: I '.1hia1tci11i1rs : It Lmnll ::' aUcU'IT'turaea tJfttC SfillRTffiitlIlI ft; HI( IK. tHnittlipif '
the reqiazired size; aid tben ::1. y 'ilUslUs1nWI: >routstt e ttj1"tlh oJf i m7U. IliIWkS'lnTttt
to Plaaat Industry to j:>5n tit* JTTSH.: '' : : Ib7mMurttl t"I-J (?/tknii>J1: :until :Mini .Jltmn\y( i'>>Ui'. t

graaa.Ljicd. Eiijfr axpHMEiiirr off rrpr,rttnaK; >,erHattrg ... :tlm riff Ilhrttll; t .Tier:

orarzkcrs participatfz::::. ;r mi altunlUlanal ti.e Itt+ltlltill tto co.ttt.t.-1 I gt)11111'ff(1/wftlmn. I
fire amt ccotrol SO fc- im mulilnis' nlttnss! fbn InTdtnce+
: pay ce.w.s Huttc n?ttiarfth mjf ntnbe npun'V1U :
the first:: acre: aId! 15 cents f-rr +-o.ilc I tine: ;uiitlmiu!tottnirr ThteF7+'txrtta.r;,.t : g33ktetr; off hterr snnas tilrtfldutltrttntbltay ; "!

aih7soa= : a1 acre. 31 mlintlU y mpnTtt intlicatce'' howlfewtinij : ; Mtr azxtl; Mins

Beres the Panhandle. '! ; Hum U *m tnerreaiinG OU:H :n 1:2t.: llinm1t acrid \itrvuJJJIrs

cor.utW-.s m FJorida ran pe frmnn: D1>- :until nff tUff' :\\41d'wf'3tt J.lItiUmllia.z owrr. thin'- iwetcenctitmnuut

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F'aidS.Y, March 20, 1964 .. The Everglades New, Canal Point. Florida 33438 Page b1vwY

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ported on the monthly listing account Rev Walter Cross of Lake City

J. for more than one-third of visited his parents Mr. and Mrs.

THE the animals on feed January 1 LOCALS W. S. Cross recently. Mrs. CrossIs

this year in the 28 states now re- a patient at the local hospital

FARM ported In the quarterly statistics. recovering from. a. "recent fall.
California had 850: ,OOO head on feed '11

FRO TT'IW' February 1; Nebraska 783,000; A J. ALA.BAlL'VISITOIt..

Colorado, 493,000; Texas, 433,000; Mrs. Martha McIntosh has asher

. and Arizona, 337,000. guests her mother-in-law and
-..:"' BY DOYLE COMNEFR Incidentally, the latest report on Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Tillls were sister-in-law Mrs. Kenneth:: McIntosh -

0 M MIS S ION E'R Florida's 1 livestock population visitors in Miami, Friday, March of Enterprise, Ala., and Mrs.

FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE shows our state is holding its own. 13. Cecil Mount of Andalusia, Ala.

.. As of January 1 this year, we continued Also visiting her mother is Mrs.
Mrs. C. B. Jones Is the guest of
Stubbs of Gainesville and
in 5th position for beef cat- Sidney
Our attack on the Importtd fire the Gulf and south to :Manatee. her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. her twin daughters Melanie and
tle states east of the Mississippi -
Florida is . . among
ant in being renewed Charles Jones in Clewlston while Natalie.

this Spring. State and Federal It is worth noting that mirex is river same as a year ago, her son Alton is a patient in St. - -
with for Illinois
agencies will be cooperating with harmless to wildlife. Also it has unchanged Marys Hospital in West Palm
(No. 1)), Kentucky (No. 2)),
who want to rid their
land owners no residual effect. Beach.
In other words, Mr. and Mrs. William Plumer
Mississippi (No 3)) and Indiana
property of the pest. it loses its potency within two to (No. 4). Mrs. Don Kepp and Mrs. Rupert have as their guests :Maj. Maureen
On the State side our Division of seven days after application.That of Fort
In national rank Florida slip Mock visited Jasper Reed and Mrs. Martin, U. S. Army nurse
plant Industry is carrying the ball. means reinfestation could Ga. and :Maj. Martin's
notch to 18th Louisiana Benning,
ped a place as Sadie Barwick in Miami, Thurs-
The Federal team's activities are occur within a short time. How- mother Mrs. Hugh Martin, atBelleontalne
I stepped into 17th, the position day, March 12.
under supervision of the U. S. De- ever, owners of land that has been we held last year. In total Ohio.
partment of Agriculture's divisionof treated are advised to keep an eye cattle and numbers of milk cattlewe Mrs. Doris Garrett of West .

Plant Pest Control. I out for appearance of any new held the ranks of last year, Palm Beach, was the weekend APPHC>>C. OWE OF EVERY POUR

Some 135.0OO:: acres, mostly in mounds and treat each one immed- 25th anti 32nd, respectively. guest of her parents and daughter VISITORS IS SEEING FLORIDA

West Florida, are expected to be iately. Usual reinfestation periodis Although our hog population Mr. and Mrs. Ray Singletary FOR THE FIRST TIME I

approved by Plant Industry for June through August when the ((333.000) was down a bit, Floridaa and Kim.
'treatment in the two-year pro ants are flying. moved notch
national ranking up a
Mr. and Mrs. Ron Ter Haar
gram which got underway last :Mirex is available at farm sup- this year to 22nd place, replacing
into their
have moved
Fall. It was suspended during ply stores. Prompt action In apply- South Carolina which held that recently GREET;
home at 2330 E. Main.
winter months when the ants are ing it to new mounds will preventthe position a year ago. California Is

inactive.A spread of fire ants again to a on our heels in 23rd place, up two Mrs. Pearl Finley was able to 'lir'EM

total of 106,000 acres in 13 degree where they once more be- positions from a year ago. return to her home this week from A

counties in the Panhandle have come an economic threat.If ..- --- Everglades Memorial Hospital.Lt. t'/il JP!

been O. K.'d for treatment by, you are troubled with fire

county Fire Ant Committees. Of :" ants, consult your County Agri- and Mrs. Neely Johnson' of GOVERNORS' FLORIDA TOURISM
Valdosta. Ga., were the guests of 'TFPRINt0"''''''"..
the total, 22,000 acres in five of cultural Agent. He'll steer you to mtiqBI

the counties got a going over last the Fire Ant Committee in your his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex

Fall in tests of the new bait mix county. Johnson last weekend.

known "mirex." .* .* *
RTI S Mrs. Dale Perry was a visitor in SCHOOL'SOPEN
Using 5 pounds of bait, contain Rapid development of cattle ; Gainesville Fla. recently, at which !

ing only one teaspoonfull of the feeding on a year-'round basis and time she visited Lt. and Mrs. Ron
toxic, or poisonous, chemical to the of the trend toward *
speeding up Mr. and Mrs. James C. Hutchins, ald Elliott at J. Hillis Miller Med
acre, the tests proved successful. shorter feeding periods has caused I Ali
announce the birth of a son, Anth- ical Center where their son Ronnie
* the U. S. Department of Agricul. ony Lawson. born March 11. was a patient. a
The current attack,on fire ants' ture to expand its monthly reportof
Mr.and Mrs. Danacio Rodriguez
Mr. and Mrs. Leland Keene recently -
is Not an eradication program. It cattle on feed. f
announce the birth of a son, Dan- visited their daughter
is a control project to be operated The monthly report originally
acio, Jr., born March 13. Patsy, in Tallahassee where sh,
only where landowners ask for it. listed figures for Arizona, Califor-
Ronald Max-
Mr. and Mrs. M.
is student at F. S. U.
Requests for the control treat nia and Colorado. It now includes well, of Indlantown, announce the: a 1

ment are processed first by county Nebraska and Texas. The next birth of a son, Ronald Brian, born Mr. and Mrs. Minter Collins hadas

Fire Ant Committees which quarterly report will Include cat- March 13. house guests this week, her f

make up the areas into blocks of tle and calves on feed in Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Phillips, announce mother, Mrs. F. J. Winchester, and

the required size and then applyto ; Kentucky, :Mississippi and Tennes the birth of a son, Bruce sister and niece, Mrs. H. E. Smithof '

Plant Industry to join the pro Wayne, born March 14. Orlando and Mrs. Jimmy Cou. 1 1o.a

gram. see.This expansion of reporting services -- tin of Port St. Joe.
Land owners participating in should be helpful to cattle POMPANO VISITOR -----

fire ant control pay 50 cents for men in making plans for production Mrs. Kate Branch of Pompanowas :

the first acre and 15 cents for each and marketing. The February the guest of her sons and

additional acre. 1 monthly report indicates how daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs"

Besides the Panhandle, Infested feeding has been Increasing out- Hugh Branch and Sir and Mrs.

counties in Florida range from Du- side of the Midwest. Julian Branch over the weekend.

val on the East Coast across to The five states now being re-
Notice Is hereby given that pursuant
to call of the Board of Supervisors of
Pelican Lake Sub-Drainage District the
annual meeting of landowners of Pel-
ican Lake Sub-Drainage District for
the year 1964. will be held at the officeof
said District In the Rardln Buildingat
Canal Point. Palm Beach County.
a., Florida.. on Monday. April 6. 1934 at
11:IS o'clock In the forenoon for tho
purposes of:
1. Electing one Supervisor for a
term of three years. Paid by Kelly for Governor Campaign r ma
2. Receiving annual reports and
taking such action with respect
thereto as the landowners may - -- -- -
determine; and
3. Transacting such other businessas .
may come before the meeting '
DISTRICT ; '.. fh
By: Clarence W. Knecht. ( / 'I/7.V4q \.

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Nctlce is hereby given that. pursuantto ,I, j.1l.rffr. 17 .j
call of the Board of Supervisors of
East Shore Drainage District the
annual meeting of landowner of \ //
East Shore Drainage District for \\
Why should buyU. the year 1964. will be held at the office 1. .
you of said District in the Rardin Buildingat I \' .. 4

.S.. Savings Bonds when there areso ,; purposes 10:15 Florida:Canal o'clock on of Point.: Monday.In Palm the forenoon April Beach 6., 1964 County for ,the at, 1\\\\\\\\\\ \\Jfr i \" ..1r fi ff( !rJf/1'/\/ : '

r 1. meeting one Supervisor for a '
? term of three years. 't.
many other good investments 2. Receiving annual report and : '
taking such action with respect > 'I
thereto a* the landowner may
determine: and ;
3. Transacting such other business! ,
To help your country is one But if you're like most people, M may BOARD come SUPERVISORS before the meeting.OF o/Ii/ ''l .7
hang on to your SavingsBut .
you'll .
answer-and good one. \
Bonds have other advantages Bonds for the big things you DISTRICTBy ...;.JPO.I"I-t.' II: ...1$ .'
that make them want in your future. : Clarence W. Knecht. r .
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worth your consideration. And, of course, Bonds area Publish:President March 20. 27, 1984. In I Fl a Ci.-fJ1
For instance, they offer you safe Investment-as long on... . /Yf .
just about the easiest way to as there's a United States of -

save money: either with the America. ti
Payroll Savings Planwhere after beer is naturalAfter .
Which back to bowling a :
you just ask your employer to country again. Bonds Set tbemQ ,
of aside your .-1
put part your wages defend freedom at a time
toward a Bond or through help of freedom bowled or when 'ou.rc winding .'
of Bonds at when tho enemies GOOD you've a game or t\vo ) up
your regular bank.purchase are stronger than ever. the erring at the neighborhood!: bowling! center it's good to relax '..+

Another unique advantage Buy Savings Bonds. The with fric.iJj. and compare; scores. What better way to add to the ';-.1\i,,

of U. S. Savings Bonds is the banks or savings institutions! sport and the sochblcncss than with a refreshing glass: of beer? ,

way they stick with you. You that sell them for don't the service.chargecan However you take your fun-beer :always: makes} :d welcome ."'f'
time. a penny 1
&ct; your money any you addition to the party

Vour familiar glass of beer is also} a pleasurable: : reminder that "';;..

we live in a land of person il freedom-and that our right to enjoy

Keep fre dcm In your future with t beer and alc, if we so desire, is just one, but an important: one, of "

U.S. SAVINGS BONDS those personal freedoms.: i

In Florida..bcer goes with fun, with rela"at;on .'\
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I :Lairr,Circle. Holds Dianne.,Humphrey

( 'I l e s :" Of : Tiie Churches JI 'Officer Simonson.Lair ElectionThe Circle of the. Birthday'Humphrey PartyDianne' celebratedher

,ijlrst# Methodist Church !met :Monday fifth birthday with a party

... March 16, at the home of Miss held, at her home Friday, March
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, Lula Barfield 'with :Mrs. W. A.
,, 13. An Easter motif was carried
South Side Church First Baptist Holy' Nativity Reynolds serving aa cohostess.The .
j circle held its election of out with guests receiving: eggs

Of Christ Church, Canal JPoint Episcopal:Church officers with Mrs. H. J. Anderson with ''prize candy inside. Approxi-

Pahokee i elected as Chairman; Mrs. M. P. mately 35 children attended.

,Belle Glade across from' Elder Lester Reams Holman, program chairman: Mrs.
Rev. L. Losing Vicar ---- ----
",. Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 SUNDAY: Arch Blakey, secretary, Mrs.
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School SUNDAY:
.0:00: m.-Bible
a. Study'11t00 Frank Rozelle treasurer; Mrs.
a.' m.-Sermon 11:00: ,a. m.--Morning Worship 10 a., m.-Sunday School Lon Wilson spiritual life- chair- Classified Ads
6:3O 6:30: p.m.-B..T. C. 11:00: a. m.-Worship Service
: p. m.-Evening Service man; Mrs. J. D. Rogers, sunshine
," I 1' 6:30: p. m.-Wed. Bible Study 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship. chairman; Mrs. R. F. Hurt, membership --
.- TUESDAYS: POSITIVELY all want ads or
Of God chairman and Mrs. R..1.
7:30: p. m.-Choir practice. ;' classifieds, as you wish to call
'.' St., Peter's Lutheran Schroder, hospitality chairman.It .
WEDNESDAY: Barfield Highway them are payable in advance from
that the Flor-
I Church Belle] Glade 7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer was this day forward. Don't phone 'em.
I ida ..conference WSCS will be held
Service. Pahokee Fla.J. .
Write it and drop a dollar bill in
-.'. THURSDAY:-Every'other week W Hughes, Minister April 7-9 in Orlando. The WSCS the envelope if you want it run
; August Koerber, Pastor: 7:30: p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary Phone 924373tt annual tea will be held May 4, at once. $2 if you want it run twice
601 W. Lake ;Rd., Belle Glade I Meeting. SUNDAY: the' home of Mrs..,Lewis Buckner. and so on.

SUNDAY: 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School The program was presented by

Divine Services 11 A. M.' Church Christ 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship. Mrs:,,M. P; Holman entitled "The HAVE YOU decided, to clear out
School 9:45: A. M. 7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser- Meaning of the Resurrection" Mrs. the attic and,advertise the stuff
viceTUESDAY Sarah Hendrickson was welcomedas for sale through these columns?
First Baptist 125 N. W. Avenue D : a guest. The April meeting will You'll be surprised how much stuff

Phone WY 6-3867 7:30.p.m.-Prayer ServiceTHURSDAY be held at the home of Mrs. H. J. you can get rid of and how much
Church Pahokee Belle Glade,.Fla.
: Anderson. money you can take' in. It only
7:30 'p. m.-Youth for Christ costs $1 to try an ad for a. week.
.1 Guthrie W. Colvard, Pastor 10OO: a. m.-Bible Study Service Mrs. Wedgworth Is
'F. 11OO: a. m.-Morning Worship ;
SUNDAY; FOR SALE: New and Used Willys
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School 7:3O p. m.-Evening Worship I Sorority SpeakerOn Jeeps. Walter Ashley's GarageIn

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship WEDNESDAY I The Methodist Church Belle Glade, Phone 63058.,

6:00 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30: p. m.-Bible--- Study Canal ,Point FloridaRobert : Saturday, March 14, Mrs. Oct. 1754ch.IS .
6:45: p. m.-Training Union Ruth Wedgworth spoke to the'
WEDNESDAY: Glades Baptist Church I Theta Chapter of Delta Kappa THERE ANYTHING in the attic -

.. ,7:30: p. m.-Prayer Service I A. Shelley Pastor Gamma on "Changing Economic you'd like to convert into
.., SUNDAY: cash? A small classified ad in
Patterns of the Glades" at a lunch
. (Rev.Jonathan L. Wolf)
.i 10:00: a. m.-Church School
this column will turn'the trick. It
eon held at Stouffer's Restaurantin
Meets in Pahokee Lions Club
11:00: a. .-Morning Worship only costs a dollar-cash with orders -
The Church Of God Building. West Palm Beach. Mrs. Wedg
6:30: m.-Youth Fellowship
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45: a. m. worth traced the changes from
Of Prophecy Pahokee 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship
J I 1930 to the time from
PREACHING:00 and present
: a. m.
'. Canal Point Road MONDAY: ARE YOU registered to vote? If
J 7:30: p. m. 3:15: p. m.-Youth Choir practice beans to sugar cane and explainedthe not call Mrs. Faye Ursry in Ca-
SUNDAY B. Y. F.6:30: m. growth of the area. Richard hei-
p. nal Point at 4-7350 and tell
John H. Kinard
pastor Pilger of the Palm Beach County
10:00: a. m.-Sunday School WED. PRAYER-7:30. .: p. m. 2nd MONDAY: Industrial Information Service you want to register. She has that
11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meet- spoke on "Changing Economic proper forms and is duly commis-

7:45: p. Evangelistic Service Christian Science ingTUESDAY Patterns of the Coastal Area." sioned by the registrar to registeryou.

8:00: p. m. TuesdayV.L.B. : Mrs. Kathryn Cunningham is You must go by personallyand
Of Canal PointPaul's
8:00 m.-Woman's sign the proper papers. The
8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. : p. Society1st eral program chairman and :Mrs.
books will close on April 4 and
welcome. TuesdayWEDNESDAY
Everyone Special music Tommie Lee DuBose introducedthe
and singing. words, "Set your affec- : speakers for this occasion. after that you can't register to
\lk tion on things above, not on thingson 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting vote' in the May Primary.. 3tnc
I the earth" (Col. 3:2): ), will be -
Canal Covered Dish Is FOR SALE: Black gelding, very
the Golden Text at all Christian I
First Methodist gentle with children. Call
Science' churches this Sunday.The Faye
Church BPWC Order Of
I Ursry, Canal Point 924-7350. Itp.
\. Bible Lesson on "Matter"will Church, Pahokee

Lawrence Stewart;; Pastor also include this explanatory -..--- Tuesday night the B. P. W. Club TUPPERWARE for sale in Canal
SUNDAY: passage from the Christian Science John A. Briley, :Pastor enjoyed a covered dish supper at Point by Mrs. Ray Ursry. I also
9:45: a.' m.-Sunday School textbook: "You command the situ- SUNDAY;,: the Community Building in Canal am agent for Beauty Counselor

11:00: a. m.--Morning, Worship, ation if you understand that mor- 9:45 a. m.-Church School Point with Mrs. Robert, Mackey, Make-up. Phone Mrs. Ursry in Ca-
6:30: p. m.-Training Union tal existence is a state of self-de- 11OO a. m.-Morning Worship :Mrs. Nelle Hunt and Mrs. Gertie nal Point at 924-7350. M27-pd.

_" 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship ception and not the truth of being" 6:45 p. m.-;-MYF Williams as hostesses. The pro-
'. WEDNESDAY" (Science and Health with Key to 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship gram on "World Affairs" was APARTMENT FOR. RENT: ,,;2,

7:30: p. m.-:Prayer Meeting the Scriptures by Mary Baker TUESDAY: presented by Miss Helen Hon of Bedroom garage, apartment, unfurnished -
. Eddy, p. 403)). 7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac Lake Worth a retired teacher except for electric kitchen. -
- .' $65.00 per month. Call Dan
ticeWEDNESDAY from Dade County, who showed
TheP: h kee Church' Schroder- CircleIn : slides of and spoke about people in Carpenter 924-7153 or 9247235.

Of I The Nazarene. Meet '.7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions Australia New Zealand and some .. M20c
.Regular'' Countries of Asia. Miss Hon has

Rev.,Max,D. Jones..Pastor The Vena Mae-Schroder circle I 8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir prac- made two seven month trips : : : : : : : : : : : : : : . : : . : : :

,,\ 433 Bacorn Point Rd.* met at the.home of Mrs.,Bob,Hat- tice . around the world and toured ex- Thurmond Knight
I ,' tensively while on sabbatical leave.
Phone 9247528'P..' O. Box' 882 '
ton' with Mrs; J: L. Tyson presid-
SUNDAY. SERVICES: ing. Mrs. L. L. Shirley presentedthe St. Mary's Catholic duced Mrs. Tommie the speaker Lee. DuBose Intro- Realty, Inc.

9:45: a. m.-Sunday School program entitled "Local In- "9W TELEPHONES:
11:00: a. m.-Sunday Worship terfaith Cooperation" at which ChurchFather Office-844-1 555-Res. VI :-268%
Brenda Unwin
Miss : was the
6:30: p. m.-Junlors time she discussed ways of help- ,, Box. 9998. Riviera ,Beach
Francis Fennech, Pastor weekend guest of Mrs; Ann Gay
7:00: p. m.-Sunday Evening each other. Mrs. W. D. Casto
ing '
West Palm Beach,
Sunday Mass 11:30: a. m. and her daughter, Barbara in Or- Florida
Evangelistic Service urged the group to visit membersand
Confessions before Mass \lando.
WEDNESDAY: encourage better worship at- .1".111..1.11..1.1.. .

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"Where you are a stranger but .

once." :Mr. and Mrs. Louis Collins were
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CLASSIFIED ADS PAY Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson, In
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Monday Cattle Sales J % If you are making a new, start on the sea
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which is owned and operated by more than 120 ,find out first hand how easy it is to own

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EIght The Everglades News, Canal,Point;, Florida 33438 Friday March 20, 1004I
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Pastoral Letter To tofore thought possible.
Bishop Louttit is the spiritual
Episcopal Churches head of a diocese of some 36,000
families.! He Is presently headingup

Responding to the anticipated a campaign throughout hlr'
r- Diocese to raise minimum
p +; a of 3
;M :50 percent gain in the populationof
\ f F.c.: the State of Florida the Rt. ... .
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., Y- Rev. Henry I. Louttit, Bishop of Branch
f4//- "'.;nrfi7;; % 'ih? : the Episcopal Diocese of South
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Florida issued a Pastoral letter to Birthday PartyMr.

', I be read in every Episcopal Churchin

/ ,,,' the Diocese before Easter. and Mrs. Julian Branch entertained -
".,' The Bishop in his Pastoral let- their son Franklin, on his

..l<. ter, spoke of the responsibility of 16th birthday with a birthday
"', I 'I: Christians to be involved in three dance: at the Woman's Club, Fri-
; areas of need; the aging higher day night. March 13. A St. Pat-

education and population expan- ricks Day motif was carried out In
sion. the table decorations and cake. Out
In reference', to population expansion of town guest was Miss Glenda
the Bishop spoke of the Carr of Pompano who Joined with
need for building great numbers of :50 other guests in wishing Franklin -
Standard Refinery pany of Kentucky was placed on world's longest underwater pipe- new churches in order to provide a a happy birthday.PRINCE .
I full stream. line. church home for the vast numbers
In Mississippi With a capacity in excess of one Gasoline consumption is grow- of new people moving into Florida. - .-- -- ----

I hundred thousand barrels of oil a ing: faster in the South than In any He spoke of the many new col-I, ,, lt'l" ,Ii'f"' Ji'NI It ,lrrolr').T'tror' : :r ,I
-' PASCAGOULA, MISS. The(! day this new refinery is America's other section of America, and the leges and universities being established

fastmovingindustrial upsurge of most modern and one of the larg- construction of this giant new refinery in Florida, as well as -1
I est in the world. expansion of exisiting schools,
the Southeast was given added at Pascagoula helps assure THEATREPAHOKEE
Covering twenty-six hundred need for the Christian faith to be'
'r impetus as the new Pascagoula re- I adequate supplies in the of 'I
'I acres it is fed with crude.oil from years part of the lives of our youth dur- FLA.
finery of the Standard Oil Com-;[ the Gulf Coast fields through the growth ahead.Woody ing these critical years. He spoke

also of the church's responsibility

I John Kirk Seeking Clinton E. Taylor UpthegroveRuns church to the aged homes, both and church in providing related SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY

communities for the aged. MARCH 222324"McLINTOCK

Sheriff's Office Asks Sheriff Job For Sheriff \ Bishop Louttit outlined the pro-
I gram being undertaken by' the, !I"
Episcopal Church to meet these

Veteran law enforcement officer Listing the "Initiation of mod- J. W. "Woody" Upthegrove, 51.1 needs. He said we must at once I
raise a minimum of 2 million dollars JOHN WAYNE MAUREEN
John F. Kirk, today formally an- ern methods of crime detectionand West Palm Beach, Wednesday
recognizing that this reprE-:
nounced his candidacy in the Dem traffic control" at the top of formally announced his candidacyfor sents only the urgent minimal O'HARA & YVONNEDE

i ocratic primary for the office of his platform, Clinton E. "Red" the democratic nomination for needs of the present. The whole CARLO

Palm Beach County Sheriff, an Taylor, Democratic candidate for the office of Sheriff,of Palm Beach work of the Church in South Flor-

office he held for 16 years, until sheriff, today (Friday) outlined -I County. Upthegrove was born In ida involves the giving of .large
J ,his goals for the office. Palm Beach County in 1912. sums of money larger than here- I V IW V IIM4 V !I..Y I V I V AI'I
I 1961.Kirk Taylor a veteran of 21 years
a seasoned law enforce- He had 16 years experience In
with the Florida Patrol
ment officer with over 33
i years and former Director of Operations law enforcement in city, county
service in Pam Beach County as
for the Florida State Turnpike and state department. Upthegrovehas
law enforcement
a officer, said
Authority, stressed in his platform been a booster of Palm Beach
"My many friends and acquaintances -
I have requested that I file the need for "continual upgradingof County, in 13 National Magaz'nes.He I SINGERSLANTAMATIC 1
for this high law enforcement offacethere personnel and methods by the is a member of the Pentacost-
sheriff al Church Harmonia Lodge
nave, been. so many
"If we are to keep law enforce- 138 F. & AM, Lake Worth------1
that I feel
people contacting me (Model 6OO)
I compelled to once again seek the ment on a level with the rapid sIstory, Mahi Shrine Temple.
office of Sheriff. growth and progress of our county Patron .of the Order of Amaranth,
burden Florida Peace Officers Association NOW ON SALE
Kirk, who was born in Springfield a heavy responsibility ,
( Missouri, became a resident to the taxpayer rests with the and Full Gospel Mens Fellowship
of Pahokee in 1928 where he was sheriff," Taylor said. At present he is specialty- contractor + -
j appointed to the Police Force. In The sheriffs office, he declared and a property owner. He Vacuum Cleaners with Attachment.
which children. He lives at 4375
"is a service organization Uplhe-
1929 he was appointed Constableof
t: the'' 7th District and held both can' function adequately only if Is married and the father of four Brand New from $39.95;

Jobs until 1932 when he resigned it is administered by a qualifiedman grove Lane, West Palm Beach with
t to take the appointment as Chiefof and staffed by officers train- his wife the former Arinda Talleyof :

Police of Belle) Glade, he also ed and experienced in every phaseof Highlands North Carolina end Glades Mercantile Co.
their two children,
modern police work. Carolyn Kay
served as Constable of the 8th .
District and Deputy Sheriff. He These same police officers, he age 17, who attends Palm Beach PAHOKEE BELLE GLADE

held both jobs until 1945 when he said, "must be morally responsibleand High School, and John age 7, whois 225 S. Lake Ave. 308 Avenue A
to the a student at Northboro Ele-
was elected Sheriff of Palm Beach of a type acceptable Phone. 924-5597: : Phone 996-5659:
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!I County.. people they serve and represent. mentary.

I Kirk pointed out that when he High on his list of "musts" for .
1 took over as Sheriff in 1945 be- the sheriff Taylor placed the need
\ sides himself there were only four for "the closest cooperation with I ir

Deputies and one Jailor. When he other law enforcement agenciesand
left in 1961, there were over 90 an emphasis on the policing of I I .
unincorporated areas of the county -
Deputies on the payroll. Kirk was
actually the dean of and the fatherof
sheriff to the
Availability of the
the Sheriffs
Department as it is
known today in Palm Beach public and press "at all times" and
leadership in public education in
County. Kirk established the Civil
Department Criminal Department crime and accident prevention To Whom It May Concern :
Road Patrol. Sheriffs Posse, Installed methods are other top planks in

the Sheriff's two-way Taylor's 11-point platform.
the candidate listedas
t .radio system set up the first In addition Paragraph 2 of Section 298.66 Florida Statutes reads as
crime lab and purchased the first his goals: ,
j ballistic machine in the County. Efficient'assignment,of deputies; !'
"within the framework :
Kirk economy
with his wife and
two of his four chldren in ,West ofx adquate and reasonable service"in

; ,Palm Beach.; Two of his children county for law enforcement Interests; no; "Whoever shall willfully or otherwise obstruct any canal, drain ditch
I 'are married, one living in Riviera
I Job ,security _for personnel of the or water course, or impede or obstruct the flow of water therein, or
l Tallahassee sheriffs office and "a professional

a member of the North- police administration.. . shall damage or destroy anydrainage works constucted by anydrainage -

I wood Baptist Church the Masonic district conviction thereof shall be
Order the Lake Worth Consistory, National Title To upon punished by imprisonment -

i the Mahi Shrine, WOW. United Go To Foremost in the state prison not to exceed five years or in the county jail
Commercial Travelers, The .Royal
I Order of Jesters, Elks, Charter Egg Cooking: Champ not to exceed twelve months or fined not exceeding five thousand

i member of the Abu Shrine Club "

'Director of the Florida Sheriff's TAMPA-If you have a favorite dollars. .
I Boys Ranch, and is a Past President '- recipe that draws compliments and

of the Florida Sheriffs As- that recipe contains at least one This is to advise that the of
y Rociation.i . egg*, you might win the title of any one violating: provisions

i -.. National The second Egg, annual Cooking Florida Champ.Egg I I the above statute will be prosecuted accordingly for any damage '.

I Christ's BoyhoodFor Cooking non-professional Contest is cook now may on and enter.any ,J or destruction done to any canal or drainage ditch be-

Combined Choirs Area winners from throughout the longing to the East Beach Water Control District as shown on
state will compete In the state
On Easter Sunday March 29, st cookoff in Tampa during May. District Plan of Reclamation dated November, 1961.
7:30: p. m., the combined choirs of Florida Egg Month.
j the Canal Point Baptist Church Complete details may be obtained .
I will present Easter music entitled from the Florida Egg Commis- You will.therefore govern yourselves accordingly.
I ''Life of .Christ", in picture and I I sion In Tampa, sponsor of the
song portraying the boyhood ':)f contest. Grand prize winner will 4,""
I Christ: thru his resurrection. One receive a trip to Chicago to com- I EAST BEACH WATER CONTROL, DISTRICTBy

of the high lights of the program pete in the national finals next .
A will be the playing of the Prelude, September.Q.ASSDFIw. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
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