The Everglades news
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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: April 3, 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).
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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: UF00079910:00381
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Pahokee Seniors To Present Churches To Join Larrimore Road Contract I

Class Play Next Thursday In History StudyThe Will Go To Rubin Co.

Canal Point Baptist Church '"

and the Pahokee Baptist Churchare Bids were' received in Tallahassee -

Pahokee High School Seniors Unit ComingTo joining together to observe Canal Point PTA To Tuesday on rebuilding Larri

will present their senior play, "Life X-Ray the study of Baptist work in the Hear Glee ClubThe more ,Road in Pahokee and Rubin

of the Party," Thursday, April 9, Pahokee April 7 United States for the past one- Construction Company of West

and Friday, April 10, in the Paho hundred fifty years. The study will will Palm Beach was low bidder, according -
Point P. T. A.
auditorium at' be held Sunday through Wednesday Canal to County CommissionerPaul
kee High 'School Did have your X-Ray picture
you 6, at 8:00: p.
meet Monday, April directionthe
eight o'clock p. m. made when the mobile unit was in April 5th through 8th wit: Rardin under whose
Characters in the play are: Jear this area before? If you didn't,, For Adults the study is entitled m. in the school road is being reconstructed.

Hughes, Dottie Lair; Mildrec you have another chenca on Tues- Religious Liberty led by Rev. W. E. Blackwell president, Gle presiding Tho new road will run from the

Hughes, Paula Gail Bryant; Amy:. day, April 7 when the unit will be Lawrence Stewart, for Young The Pahokee direction High of Mis!! Pure Oil Station in Pahokee to the

Hughes, Carol Mae Hatton; Mrs at the Pahokee Chamber of Commerce Pecple the study is Champion's of Club under the the railroad crossing at the Farmers .

Harriet Hughes, Barbara Davis;: between one and four p. m. Religious Freedom led by Rev. Ellen Morgan will% present Market Road and will be built on

Mrs. Victoria Coates, Wilma Street between five and eight p. m Guthrie Colvard. grogram. . the old Larrimore Road bed, according -

Cooper; Sally Frazier, Hilda and at Rardin Avenue and Fourth Mrs Colvard will lead IntermeU- to Rardin. They road will

Hayes; Dottie Kixmiller, Cheryl] .. ates in studying Pioneer's of Re. Local Baptists be,in the: state secondary road system -

I Pierce; Maryrosalie Vogulhut, Carolyn ligious Liberty: Mrs. Stewart will! and will connect State Road 15

:Maxson; Ass't Solicitor At teach: the Junior group in Fighters it the Pure Oil station with StatoRoad

Hope Shuttleworth, Pam Boe; for Freedom. The session will be. Revival April 26 :llA: which is the State Farmers -

Ruth 'Coates, Eloise Elliott; Ted- ;in Sunday at 6:00: p. m. and Mon. Market Road at tho railroad
dy Hughes, Bill Boe; Tommy King, Glades Office day through Wednesday at 7:30: crossing..

Walter Young; Mike Tisdale,,, In the cooperation with ten-mil. The new road will have curb,

Bruce Boynton; Mr. Jesse Hughes,, ion other Southern Baptists celecrating gutter and; aid walks and the bid
Building, originally
Eugene Cooper; Charles Collier, Glades Office into m.Woman'sClub Meet 150 years oft Baptist worl price of the Rubin concern wan
and brought
Wayne Hundley; Walter Upscomb planned in the United States with Jubilee $260,285.00.Construction work will

Meade: Maxwell; Snazzy Mitchell,,, being by County Commissioner 1961, announces their Baptis start as soon as the State Road!

Ronnie' Bracewell. Paul Rardin, is offering ,another On March 25 celebration throughout the year of. Department in Tallahassee can ,

Soon after the Hughes familymoves service to the Glades section of the Held Jubilee Revival April 26th througl process ajl of the bids, award the,

to Butterfield complicationsarise. county. A county solicitor's assist- May 3rd, also! celebrating the Ju contract'to Rubin; and issue a work..

ant will be stationed in,the building Club held Advance. This red-tape will,
Among the 'complicationsare The Pahokee Womans ilee order. process
Mrs. Hughes' desire ,to joinan and will keep office ,hours West two their regular luncheon and pro- The Church endeavors to lea take in the neighborhood of 60 .

exclusive club, Teddy's trying days a week, coming from Fri- jrnm! meeting March 25. With every member to read the Nev days. Com Rardin said. .

to date all the girls in town andJean's Palm Beach on 'Monday and Mrs.,' C. M. Todd presiding, Mrs., I Testament through..vto participate _ A ..(

entanglement with a smooth day.CountyvStolicitor''' Daves is 5L B. Gamhle.-gave tHe, invocation lrj[: thn, Heritage! study_of the-lila .! .
talking Romeo who.wants to.use :!! >> Joel md 'Mrs. Glenn- Powell, program tory of Southern Baptist, to win 3Pharmacists"At 3 ,
with Magis-
cooperatively all in 1964.
her for his own selfish ends. working chairman Introduced her husband, one soul for Christ '
other than the cast trate 'Judge James Tyson in furn- of Mrs. Powell: A dynamic personable young '' .
Seniors for the new 'vho'\. with the help Bolton Drugs ,
this service Alabami
members who are assisting are presented a travel talk and movies Evangelist
Linda Wilson and Jo Britton, court. Bill Jackson is the new as- of their recent trip to Alaska. serving; the Craig Air Force Bar<

prompters; Gent Barwick, David sistant solicitor and the his Glades services Office ;Quests were' Mrs. Charles: Sfory, area ''will be leading the local congregation ef-- I Addition of Druggist George
in -
Bill will be available in its Evangelistic ,
Harold Peacock and Hendrickson.. M. P.
Beede, Sarah Rex-
Building in the future. Mr. mrs. Powner to the staff of Bolton
Kennedy, staging; Elaine Adam student member Dianne orts.
Stanley, 1
said.Family. . ill in Pahokee, makes three
Daves Drugs
Paula Duke, Linda Wilson, Julia . .. lollon and her guest, Miss Hazel
Johnson, Ann Peacock, Tommy >heppard. It was announced that Local Young Menn eglstered pharmacists there ready

Brock, Dianne Thompson, Helen Reunion the T. B. unit will be located In to serve the ever-increasing1!! pat-

Lindrose, and Rita Haggins, ad- I For The Stewarts front of the Chamber of Commerce [ Assault_OperationCAMP onago of the popular drug store 4\
ticket'' sales and publicity; 10, with Mrs. Leon ,
vance Friday, April Ma- according to Reg. Pharmacist John 1\\;
Walter Peacock, Lewell Hughes, ipooner in charge of arrange- LeJEUNE, N. C.- of the ,
Brock, Mr and Mrs. Ron Ter Harr were Lance Corporal David .J., Bolton, 'j
Harold Peacock, Tommy nents. ines
'to her family for a Easter Mr. and Mrs. M... tore.
Hollon. Elaine Adams, hosts fountain, son of
Dianne Bolton
reunion at their home 2330 and Lance :Mr. Powner comes to the
and Ann Peacock, family .J. Fountain of Pahokee
Gloria King: Glad where he
Main Street, ''Easter Sunday, McElhenny, sonof tore from Belle 1
Gloria R.
EJ. James
Crosby and Vote Corporal'
ushers; Patsy Register To associated with the Wallis
make-up. those attending were er. Mr. and Mrs. George C. vas
King Mr. and Mrs. Lester lie* Canal Point participated 'Pharmacy for quite a while. He extends -
For between acts entertainmentthe and Mrs.. I Here In Ilhenny: of Pahokee. cordial invitation to his
Beach, Mr. operationt a
Beagles, Calvin Spooner, Keith of West Palm In a sea assult landing visit him in ha
West friends to
Padgett Glen Angel and Pat Mur- D. A. Dabney and family If your name isn't on the regis- Camp Lejeune, N. C., March 12 many

phy will give their act and CathyCrosby Palm Beach Mr. and Mrs. C.Mrs.H. tration list so that you can voto while serving with the First" Battalion new> location.with the proprietor, Mr.
and Along ,
Mr. Second
Kennon, Hollywood; election you Sixth Regiment
will dance. the coming primary la
Tickets may be purchased in ad- D. M. Murphy, Pompano; Mr. and can In register right here in Canal marine Division, Fleet' Marine Colton, and' Mr Powner'' .pharmacist there ._ .,i, ...
Palm other' registered ,
vance from the sixth and seventh Mrs. Jerry Snow, West,Murphy;; Point. Mrs. Faye XJrsry has been 'orce, based *at' Camp,, Le*uene, vailable a at the ,tore: *. He'll' ... ,- ICharliisL. ,-.
grade students of Pahokee School,,: Beach; ':Miss Saundra Lee deputized and is fully commissioned !- N< c. : < iI8
Mrs;:: .
.J.1' :;.."-, ':'or'they may be bought?at the'door. West Palm Bunch( ; 'Mr. and Hand, 'register you and she has the' ...Cainp'Lejeune.' the home"of, the : Robbins.-' .,. ,- ,-
Lester Hand and "Tommy:, fill out. Division since the
Admission.one dollar for,adults,, proper forms for you to econd Marine
seventy five cents for students,," Mrs: C.'R. \Wetherington and sons, She lives across the street fromPugh's end of World War II, Is the largest (York .On A&P Store
f admitted Kent and Mark and :Mist Brenda the Evie installation on the
1- while pre-school children are Barber Shop in Marine Corps Underway Pahokee .,
i' free.Charles. Unwin. Keen home. Her phone' number is last Coast.'ahokee. '"
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4,_ - 47350. Give her a ring right now .
Royal Is Senior Citizens and tell her that you're coming to Is Blessd Within:Construction' the' past work few days was on the "'...
closed bylaw
Tne books are
Attention Called register. StoresThree Atlantic and Pacific Tea .wn,
Lions Club SpeakerCharles on April 4, so you'd bettea'I With> Grocery I new : ,
store in Pahokee across
today. Company P ..,
is register .. .. Elks club bu'ldlng on ,
Royal of Royals, Inc.,, Attention of Senior Citizens I new grocery'stores are In from the '
there will I East Main street. Pi Ping have ;
the Pahokee called to the fact that stage for the City PL ,
to the planning
Belle ReunionAt !
insurance agent at the Family stores been driVen and workmen are busy hSerecting'
Lions club on "Modern\ Trends. HiMarchandising" .be a special of Pahokee. Tnat many .' r.
31 : Pahokee Chamber of Commerce on Home of the grocery I forms for the foundation. t"
at their Pahokee should take care \"
and Introduced by Saturday' April 11, to explain a: needs of Pahokee citizens for the The contractor,'W. G. Lassiter of '\ I
meeting was 'I plan. The hour West Palm Beach, said that construction ,

Marian Wright, manager of Roy i.ew has been hospitalization set at 1 p. m. until 5 p Rev. and Mrs.: Lawrence Stewart next 20 years. Company Is erecting would be continued at n j
in Pahokee. I hosts to family
will be I were the'' new structure
I Senior Citizen will rapid pace until
and Time Saver {
Guests were Clinton Taylor, can- m. any the' for their family Easter Sunday a new store. ,
Palm Beach assisted with an explanation of Fol- 'a small grocery on the is completed.,
of erect new
didate for Sheriff with 25 members attending. . '
County and C. W. Weaver, candidate plan. I lowing lunch an Easter egg hunt lot formerly occupied by the M. I. 'jf
announced as a commun- south of AT BAPTISM
and This is immediately
commissioner, children. Those Keen home r
for county held for the
and is made possible was Mr. and Mrs., Lee Wroten motored -
of the Belle ity project Ernest Pahokee Post Office.
R. E. Hotard, member attending were Mr. and Mrs. the to
cooperation Winter Haven
through the complete street from the pro- to
Club. E. C. Stapeltonwas Mr. and Across the
Glade Lions C. Odum and family of
Underwriters attend the Baptlari services
of the Everglades Saver Market" another
member by Time
Inducted as a new Stewart and family posed
Mrs. Hillary and Brad
their nephews
past president M. I. Keen. He waa Association. .. and Mr. and Mrs. E.'C. Odum all grocery Handi-Mart' being Elliott at St. Paul's EpiscopalChurch. :

sponsored by J. H. Wilkinson, Jr. I Lang- of Merritt Island; Mr. and Mrs. planned. It will be a store compar- accompaniedhome .
Mrs. Clarence They were
and Saver.
- Capt. l of Lake- able In size to the Time
ford and children of Panama City Carl Sippel and family . ''by Lt. and Mrs. Elliott and 't'tIlOna
Mrs. Lou Lombard and daughters land.* Other'relatives' and Mr. and Easter
of her their guests 4
weekend guests have were
have returnedto were the S. 31 and J4J'II. R. J. Macon '
and Lisa BarwIck and J. r.
with her I parent, Mr. and lln. M. D. Geiger Mrs. Eugene! from weekend trip to Sunday before returning to thier
visit later In returned a
after a the
Miami Mr. and Mr James and his mother, ;:Mrs. Evie Keen Barwick afternoon.Joined group St. Petersburg and Sarasota home at Valdosta, Ga. .. S
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Page Two t#: 4 'iii''': .***'" '< i.Mr,, l.-l| A** The Everglades Newra, Canal Florida 33438 Friday April, l&Oifc'

/, ,- Newel.t.., development is graded|,(Jb.mptJ rt T l { through abolishing studied some positions c hang'e, ,and if_necessary \'\.seven-
. ,feeder calf "ales. The first held
that are 'excess fat" and of
last waTs !ul that To County Voters ,
r year ,.so su,e/ whatever.The .
" 6ur cattlemen, are !lhp'W1t .,,, [fiterest .. ir-Vy little if any value
candidate, who was formerly -
y fill 1T 9t" .101' tlilgtty; f.iaer jt'lon. .two sales{ for steers "dead
: T I rer cannot afford$ ,to support
Alabama county, cited several -
f and on sfpr heifers. \ who large
wood" personnel
: patfqnifge
' 4 or other'as of economic admin-
Repr: e/ifedLon the ,pig.]p ,sales I are mentally:"of- physically: 'incompetent istration which he could Improve -
;: s committee, besides ourM Department withfjft ,the school, superintendents' says
: Swine , }, Palm! ,Beach County's education -
are Florida producers ptflc'e"! ; superintendent
If. association Vlctilturat\ EXtension -1 I candidate* Martin V. Campbell th'a.week picture. '
Service'L; and Vocational :. told art u'dience of count ;tf Canipbeli l.. presently principal at
Agriculture Education. ,I; tree olders. . Boynton.,Beach Elementary School
'i' Representatives of the Florida b ' faces Robert Fulton John MacDonaa -
.. Cattlemen's association are included "If I am elecedr,2, will expect to and Ed Eissey in the May' '

l The Rardin Builfctitt In \'all'oint,' Florida on .committee for graded '.find of the the resignatipn superintendent's' ,of every: member 5 Democratic .Primary.. .
feeder calf sales.
( - k1r.1b ' I istrative. and Supervisory Admi-I, ,
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\ '. -.,. .THL'LAI3E' -- OgEE REGION- .' HOME- .OF-- .._- .... 1..effective wjthin.,30; days HAS A BIRTHDAY ,
R. J. Schroder celebrated his
I desk the moment I take office.
'> THE EVERGLADES' NEWS Birthday Party:, .Th'ese resignations will .be* recommended birthday Easter Sunday with; A

,." tfctf Mlcltefab\ CldrkMrs. to the School Board for family birthday dinner. Attendtrtg1Iere
Serving JhejLak'? .Okeechobee.Farming Region Without acceptance or rejection on the basis his.wife, and son, and daught-
Interruption Every Week for Nearly 40 Years Gary Clark entertainedwith qt the value of the individuals tothe er-in-law Mr. and :Mrs. R. W.

s Established Marh,11,1o24 -. Published Every Friday a birthday Pa riy'In honor other school system", he said. "Mon Schroder and daughter Tanya of
Lantana and Mrs..Jch'roder.;
I'::"'. Sul\) ri tror\"Price\ $2.00 Year In Advancer daughter Michelle on -her 1st ey,,in, that the tens'Is today of'thousands being spent of doUIfirs oil .+**eVT '

EveI lades News Is Entered at the Post Oftice birthday. March 28 at the home of personnel 'super-cargo' can be IT FLORIDA RELATIVES,

In__Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter' her mother Mrs. Paul Sasser;;. Cake better, used to improve the overall Mr. and JMrs. Clarence. Maxwell
? and Ice cream were served to the quality of the county's, education have returned, to. thler home ..after
r." Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher 11 young r guests and their mothers facilities for.,,our boys,.and girls" spending Easter with their son and

.., _, .. with each child, receiving a tiny Campbell continued. Many badly daughter-in-law Mr. and, Mrs.
d. !: .. Easter basket filled with a small needed! supervisory r.ViceJ.ioJ! Dale Maxwell and family at Lowell --
chicken and egg". now available cou\d\ be effected Fla. .
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:: .FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE i 9245511Pahokee:: Phone WY .6-2550 Belle Glade t

::"t ;:$lnce I took office as.,Commissioner complished,. feuV a great deal, remains 4+ SALES and SERVICE j

on, January 3, ,1961, jit, has to be done in the years
'.' been my constant endeavor to im- ahead. I'm looking forward to t. Heating Air Conditioning Appliances 1
.. the vices.rendveredt6rfthe l active
t pf pve, sei continuing an participationin
people of Florida by a reorganized the progress of Florida, in con- t:.>+<. + +++..:.<. .. ..+ .. + ++ + ++z;
and enlarged Department of Agricultsre duct,of the State's business by the
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," As I review therJ pant 3tyears, the Department of Agriculture. I
itj.ls very gratifying to note that .' M # .
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, \vQ have accomplished !Jor great deal.Demands ., Graded feeder pigs sales,, which

,. for our. .,services have made a modest bow in.Floridawith move julptto >,
r ,' been: S Increasing tea'dlly all 1 along two events at auction markets in J' .' "
'I tH'g line. As the statesSp4Spufatton? 1962 are proving to be successful '
bas\nesS\ activities .p'-nd; sane v 1t raiterprisesgrovRso :l and are winning increased interestof : better hL _
work'of ... ,
does the the swine industry '
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the Departjnent.: A.c- I Said one North 'Flo'rids. ,hoff ". .;
To satl' Y-B'r.Q.Y.li1.LC!ejnanjia\, and farmer recently: "I've made, more "l',..,:( 'livuzg. .'" -
fulfill all thq responsibilities allotted money in the past year with feeder .:. ;',. >
r' by law; to; Jnyi office"- has, required pigs than I've ever made, in any f '
, much careful readjustment year I've been in the hog bUSi--1 1 ''fu .- .. '
;' of many of oiuy activities, tram ness." N _i_
t, time to time.. Mazy Of the1', :steps He pointed out there's a big T.
r. taken have resulted in increased saving in time and feed costs if .- ?_ '
r efficiency and operating economies he brings,, his pigs up to feeder I
i, without, sacrifice of services rend- weights of 70 to 90, pounds. That
. ered. takes about 11 to IB weeks. Also,
fcj'm proud to say that out Departnient ho can use more sows and conse- '.
personnel is most respon- quently raise more pigs., ,
4' siye to the need for adapting to Previously he had been carryingall
: flew conditions as they develop. the Utters up to market weights
, .'. Their dedication to duty, and their ''Averaging. 200 pounds. It takes + .
J'.f.; ", ; efficiency in.all. the ,services we about 22 to 25. weeks to do that.
,Y'. perform in, the public Interest '. -,, I r't
t, gives me confidence we shall .continue Graded feeder pig sale prices in I
"\ | to meet all of our resp nsif" 1962 ran about $1 a hundredweight I
[ bilities-to consumers, ,to, producers over the average for the two top I r
?,and to the vast complex; of enterprises grades. ,With prices lower In, 1963 _
making up our agribusiness top graded pigs still brought $2 to
f" economy. $4 above the average. There were'

MThe fact that mi'nev.will be tha 9' sales that year.. : r'r.
only name for Commissioner of This, year 14 graded sales have
: Agriculture on fife, ballot in, the been scheduled 'and top pigs in the
next election I _consider.,art expression : I sales to date again are bringing I
r' .pf confidence Jl1.r my administration 'prices materially above '''the average :

' of.. tfrla important pffice.t .. Now the Florida Feeder Pig .
I I'm grateful, .therefore, th'ft f Sales, committee, of which John .
have the opportunity to,,continueae Stiles, chief of, Marketing Bureau -:

," .2'i'ing, r the. *people of FlO "a, ,as ,. is secretary-treasurer, is ;
t1' Commissioner, and as.tt.'M',.a emDer studying_the .feasibility of inaugurating -
: 'of the State Cabinet. J, a 'telephone-bidding' ser
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if YOU. at theFabulous A nameless electric range eliminates potAnd With 'super-fast, super-safe electric -
\\ watching and-makes'cooking a joy, not water: heater you're always sure'ofa
chore. Kee s'your 'kitchen many deplenty ,of hot water-instantly! Flame-
grees cooler. Walls, ceilings and furnishings free fume-free and noiseless for precious
,. All "'A'I stay cleaner longer. It's easier and peace of mind.Needs no flue so it can be
i safer too.-.:no flames, no fumes no consafely tucked away anywhere. Entirely
.. PALM BEACH KENNEL Cura atant-burning pilot light. Get an electric automatic-and best of all, it costs less
I, range for a happy change! to buy, less to use. I

: NIJELYEXCEPT For the Electric:Range yu''liuu, nf, visit'your appliance dealer... .and for the,right rue

;, : .SUNDAY ,and style of. Water Heater, see. your dealer,plumbing;or electrical contractor. . .

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: The Treasury; explains why the new ones you. buy and the ones .i 1

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You E Bonds at 75 of face value and tho . .
z.. A: With. Series E Bonds the rate turns $18.75 into buy % 4 ,
L $25.00 fourteen mood; faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds build I I .<;. !
Your increase because Bonds income for Jiving expenses, while E Bonds a ;
savings '
'i. your o4'
,"i" .:"..a mature in just 7 years, 9 months. nest egg :for the future. '.1' s why many retired :."
p hold I) Bonds.and families saving for; say, a <,"
With Series H Bonds, the year maturity periodstays child's education, buy E Bonds. ,
i. but each of:"
the,same more interest is paid you
.;.> six months.With both E and H Bonds the'new.rate Q: In what denominations can I buy series E and series .FL, f
l. first da'half. then H Bonds? \
worksoutto'2tiforthe: year ',, "! !
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Page Four '. The Everglades News'! Canal Point Florida 33438

Mrs. Alma Nail returned from Mr.! and 2.1nj. Dick Sanders of WMU BUSINESS( MEET SAFE IN ALASKA
Miami of The regular W. M. U. business Mr.and Mrs. Boyd Vorhees have
Jacksonville Monday night where were weekend guests .
she was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. her parents, Mr and Mrs. J, L. meeting of the First Baptist church received word that their.-son Boyd,
LQCLS Olla Cross. I Humphries. of Pahokee will be held Tues Jr., is safe following the recent
day, April 7, at 9:30: a. m. :Mrs. earthquake in Anchorage and Kodiak -
Iarold Jones returned to Clew- I Leigh Ann (Sissy) Tillery has Guthrie Colvard will be' in chargeof Alaska. Boyd is serving asa
iston Friday night after a visrt returned to school in Ft. Myera: the program. flight engineer with the U. .S.
with his grandmother Mrs. C. H. I after :spending: the Easter holidays I -_._--- Navy in Kodiak.
Jones and uncle Alton,Jones., with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ; Bobby Bush at Ft. :Myers was . .

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hand had Miss Cyndy Friend has returnedto Paul Tillery. the guest of his mother Mrs. Ruby I CLASSIFIED ADS PAY

aa their guests for the Easter holidays West Palm Beach after spend- Mrs. Mamie Gandy was able to Bush for the Easter weeKend. BIG DIVIDENDS
her sister and brother-in- ing the weekend with her patents, return to her home at the home of I'
law Mr.and Mrs. D. M. Murphy of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Friend. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown, Wednesday -

Pompano.Mr. after being a patient at the ' ,1m,Irt'I"' \ 117liT'\,I'IT,,,"" "il'IT,1 7Yflrr\ 1Ci.
his 1J1NiI''II7\"fIm
returned to
Bob Hatton has Everglades F
Memorial for
and Mrs. Irwin Maloy and Hospital 5;
home after surgery at Good Samaritan 10 days.
family of West Palm Beach were Hospital in West Palm ,. I
the guests'of his parents, Mr.. and Beach. Mr and Mrs. Loyd Brackin and I
Mrs. L. I. Maloy Sunday. son, Steve, were the guests of |
and Mrs. Titus were Now we have
Mr. Wiley their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. Miss Martha Jo Allen of Okee-
the of her
and Mrs. J. C. Harris and their I
chobee was the guest of Miss Glen- Mrs. Lila Jaudon and family at
daughter. Miss Elinor Brackin, the finest ;
da Crews during the Easter holi- Wauchula,;: Tuesday. of Pahokee. I '. |

days.Mr. Mr. and Mrs.\ Ken Johnson of Bill Maxson 5
of Emery Hen-
: and Mrs. Doyle Brannon of Atlanta, were the guests of her ry College, Emery Virginia, was i: precision qualitY'stainless i
Melbourne were the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer the guest of his parents, Mr. and S ii
parents, Mr.. and Mrs. W. S. Cross Barnes for the Easter holidays. Mrs. Leonard Maxson for the I steel i
during the Easter weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. David Ramey of Easter holidays. i

Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Burr have returned Cocoa, were the guests of her par- - ,..
from a visit with relativesin ents, Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Mock BAKE SALE SATURDAYThe razor blade. '
Wauchula and Lake Wales this and his Mr. and Mrs. SI
Phi Gamma Nu Chapter of
weekend. ... .
George Easter holidays.Ramey during the recent Beta Sigma Phi Sorority will holda : :".... :...:."....\.,...'.: ....>...:...;.M,,' .. .., .. ._.... .. "" 1
Mrs.C. Stringari has returned bake sale Saturday April 4, .w. :
to her.home after a visit with Florida Highway Patrol Cpl beginning at 9:00: a. m. In front of : i
her mother and other relatives in and Mrs. Charles Humphries and Thrlftway with proceeds to go to I. ,

Ft. Lauderdale during the Easter family of Lake Placid, were guestsof I the hospital fund. 1. .t.P-.f': R.L s

holidays. his mother Mrs. Bill Unwin and I -._.. I .w, ') _' j Lit

Mr. and"Mrs. Joe Kelly of Ft. Mr. Unwin Easter Sunday. I APPRO) ONE OF EVERY FOUR I =...: :> ...., '...:.:<.... ..:...: i i
Pierce were the'weekend guestsof
Mrs. Tommie Lee DuBosef has returned -
their 'daughter and family. Mr. home after spending the I THE FIRST TIME I j I Ii

and Mrs. Jackie Thomas in Paho- Easter holidays with her husband, I I Limited supplBOLTON'S
kee. William DuBose at Jacksonville. I Ii

Mr. and Mrs. W. O. McQuaig and Karen and Gary Mackey of Im- GREET i
grandson Mike of Jacksonville mokalee Easter
were the guestsof
visited his mother, Mrs. Sylvania their father Robert G. Mackey ?; REXALL DRUGS 2i
McQuaig at the home of her brother H i
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Mackey. .vg/ : 3 Registered Pharmacists Pahokee 2i
W. A. Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Latham of i
Ft. Pierce joined his parents, Mr. I
Mrs. Frank Handley and child- and Mrs. J. D. Latham and brother GOVERNOR: FLORIDA TOURISM I ., I .. 1
ren of Sebring were the weekend Hunter Latham for Easter -'TEFRING ffMMITTS: -
of her Col. and -------- ----
guests parents
Sunday at the home of Mr.\ an-j
Mrs. W. S. Evans at Cypress Mrs. Audie Hooks in Clewlston.Mr. .
Lodge, Port Mayaca.
and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux Put To Work
Mrs.; Sidney: Stubbs and small have returned to their home aftera Experience for

'twin daughters have returned to visit with Mr: and Mrs. Oscar

their home in Gainesville after a ; Chastain at Thomasvllle, Ga. ALL Children In Palm Beach Co.
visit with her mother, Mrs. Martha .
:Meln tosh. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hand have t.1-: .: -
returned to their home in Jacksonville ' '
after a weekend visit with
his mother Mrs. Fred Hand.

thQinJaGooDI !Mrs. H..' Ft: Meade is a patientat

the Everglades Memorial hos- P m uI npn i I M. Martin V. Campbell
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pital where she had surgery Mon-

E LE day.Mr. d
and Mrs. Frock: Baxter and '
their nephews Kenneth and Danny r' '! ,. SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
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Lee Wells of Miami visited his ''H I I
I brothers, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Bax- H N'I'h!' '; I PALM BEACH'' COUNTY

ter and Mr.\ ''and Mrs. Haywood --
'Baxter at Immokalee Easter Sun-

day. ,- e i __ Democratic, Primary

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Mr. Stalls of Miami was the :,
guest of his sister, 'Mrs. M. F. MAY 5, 1964

George, of Canal Point for several ''I'' ..
days this week.

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'Vote for To Take Action That Will Spread The Cost Of Supporting-

DEMOCRAT t .. !n1 'County Fh'biur- Education Overall: County Residents

County Commissioner' outrict #3 To Eliminate "Deadwood". (Idle Incompetent. Personnel l) '

Progressive I j* 'I From- TKV,School( ;,System Payroll,. .. ., *"J '; ..:: :LIU;.c'.:,

Dedicated Qualified eKfJOHK S To Insist-That Palm Beach County Deceive Its Fair Share-bf'; ,toState'

Search the record for Service His Fellow Man And Federal, Funds.

of each of the candidates who seek your vote |
w Martin V. Campbell's Qualifications and Personal Data
for the District 3 County Commission seat and :

you will find "Andy" Andrews stands out. Married: three children, two sons and one verslty level courses, education, etc. '1 acher and
daughter ages 25 23 and 18 respectively; two principal of public schools,
"Andy" stz: '"Ask anybody that knows htm." sons, teachers in Palm Beach County Schools; high school level. Certified in elementary through
every area of School
daughter, senior at Lake Worth High School. Administration and Supervision offered in Florida.
College professor; assistant dean of University; Member of American -
Political Adwrtlsement'Paid forby Campaign Tra.urr 4H years ns superintendent of county school mlnlstrators, and all other Association local of School Ad-
system in Alabama by appointment of the Governor education associations of which state and nationalam
and County School Board; five years in admin- membershIp, tncludng Palm I eligible for
istratlon in Palm Beach County Schools as School and NEA Principals Beach County FEA
Social Work (visiting teacher); Director of Adult .
and Veteran Education and presently principal of Listed tn Who Who in American Education
Boynton Beach Elementary School; 4 years part Who's Who In the South and Southwest''and Who'jf:
time evening instructor Palm Beach Junior Col- Who in merica. Has written a thesis that was
lege-3 semester hour course in Economics each published naticnally on supervision and admlnls-
week. in graduate Work '
was a two year
Sixteen years public school administration I level ir: extensive work at the gradu-
Kindergarten through University level. Bachelor she ren and counseling youth. and ;uldanc rel:1U:;; too
Arts degree-religion and education from Howard -

College, Birmingham, Alabama.. Member of the Baptist Church.
Master of Science degrca, education and a:1mnglan.\ .. First Vace-F.sldent of he American Le-
Auburn. Alabama. CG W\:115 Cub. Mr..be LakeVor"'l Kl-
istration; Auburn University : cf t':3oard: 0"
hours of further graduate study,on Doctors.degree: .h; .r.:1r.1: Blt: Coun.y Asaociatrcl for'Direton n-etrled'ot;.
in School Administration and Supervision.. 'Nine cl-.a: .A:=.::late Member ot the
Lake Worth
'years experience aa a teacher in college and unl-: Chamber Commerce and others.P'e > .

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April 3, 1" ....
The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida 33433
_page Five
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FLORIDA Hugh Brown Seeks Andy- Andrews For

Sheriff's PositionBOCA P. B. County BoardLeamon :

RATON Police Chief "Andy"
Andrews this
Hugh Brown, :53, who has spent
more than half his life as top law r week announced that he will be a
enforcement officer here', tossed candidate in the May :5 primary i
his familiar white hat in the ring election for County Commlssoner
and announced his candidacy for representing District 3. I
Palm Beach County Sheriff in the A Lake Worth businessman and 1
Democratic primary May 5. civic worker for the past 20 years, f
Brown, a native Floridian, has I Andrews opened his campaign by ; ,
been chief of police in Boca Raton calling on Palm Beach County i
for more than 27 years after Democrats to examine his record ;
short stints In police work in Boyn- of "two decades of selfless serviceto
ton Beach and Duval County. my city and county" in considering -
One of the best known lawmenin his candidacy. .
South Florida, Brown said that, A strong advocate of equltablo
as sheriff, he would bring effective WILLIAM G. HOBBS expenditure' of tax revenues in all
FLORIDA'S experience to that office and that parts of the county, Andrews is
3,900: he would operate the Departmenton campaigning on a1 pledge of real _,
ORNAMENTAL NURSERYMEN OPERATE A RAPIDLY EXPAND. the: principles of Integrity, dignity Bill Hobbs Running: and fair representation for all the
ING INDUSTRY WHICH WILL SELL MORE THAN $25,000,000 and courtesy. Port Commissioner residents of Palm Beach County.
WORTH OF PLANTS, PALMS, SHADE AND FLOWERING Married, with three children Convinced that county affairs
TREES THIS YEAR Brown has been very active in should be administered in a busi-
church, civic, fraternal and police Seeking nomination for Port of ness-like manner, Andrews offers
The Minerals. organizations during his long ca- Palm Beach Commission, District his 20 year record as owner-man-
. reer in Boca Raton. One daughter, Two, Group Two which is the west- ager of a successful automobile ,
INDUSTRY, WITH COMMERCIAL \ +' f Mrs. William: ,Purr, is Assistant ern section of the port district is dealership, tire distributorship:

MINING OPERATIONS bti1?? Home Demonstration Agent in William U. "Bill" Hobbs West and service station In Lake Worth ",
IN 42 OF 67 L Pasco County, another. Ellen, Is a Palm Beach yacht broker. as clear evidence of his abilities! in
COUNTIES, ALSO CONTRIBUTES etude:.: at Seacrest High School, Hobbs, a native of New Jersey, efficient business administration.He .
HEAVILY TOFLORIDA'S Delray Beach, while a son, William has been a Palm Beach County was one of the organizing directors -
r D. is an engineer with Autonetics resident for 20 years-the past 14 of the Commerce National
ECONOMY '/Iti\ oeo Electronics, Anaheim, California operating his own business.He Bank in Lake Worth, and still ,"'
WITH THOUSANDS OF '" A member of the Methodist has long been associate serves as a director of the bank.
JOBS AND MILLIONS OF I Church, Brown also holds member- with waterways, boating.. harbor In civic and fraternal affairs::
DOLLARS M PAYROLLS ship in the F. & A. M. 328 Boca operaiton and conservation of natural Andrews has compiled an enviable
Raton; the Scottish Rite Bodies, resources. He is a past chairman record of service. He has twice re-
Lake Worth; Mahl! Temple, Orderof of the West Palm Beach ceived the Junior' Chamber of,
...- National Mystic Shrine, Miami. Waterfront Committee and served Commerce/ Distinguished Service* ,
Promotion For He is a member of the Board of during the period when the WPB Award His name was entered in I
Governors of the Marina was rehabilitated and the
Coast Exchange Club "Book of Golden -
Sale. Fresh Oranges Shrine Club and is a Life Memberof placed on a paying basis. Deeds" in 1955: : for outstanding
the Master's and Warden's Association Hobbs said his platform for the community service. He was nam-
LAKELAND-The biggest pro- coming primary campaign is one ed outstanding ''Trojan Booster"In
motion of Florida fresh oranges .fM1fi Brown is Past President of the of general opposition to the man- 1957.:
since the 1962 freeze will be stag- + .. lZ Boca Raton Kiwanis Club; is Past ner in which the port of Palm He was a charter member and
ed by the Florida Citrus Commission :; Lt. Governor of Division 14 of Beach is presently being operatedand first president of Lake Worth Exchange -
between April 1 and April 11. = Kiwanis and is a member of the opposition to proposed future Club. In 1956: Andrews
Object of the promotion is a vint- F c .l Board of Directors of the Salva- plans -for. the port.- served as president of Florida
age crop of Valencia oranges which tion Army, Lake Worth Citadel. State Exchange Club. He was a
will be reaching peak quality dur- Brown Is Immediate Past Pres- charter member of the Lake Worth
ing that time, according to Homer ident of the Palm Beach County Junior Chamber of Commerce, .
E. Hooks, commission general Police Chief's Association, a mem- Tlff..1 and he is now in his eighth yearas }
manager. ber of both the Florida Police l a member of the advisory boardof
Two issues of the Saturday Chief's Association and the Inter- \ the Salvation,Army. .
Evening Post will carry four-color national Association of Chiefs of GI ii'xMrs. $ Ei Andrews was chairman and ?
fresh orange advertisements. Com- Police.In master of ceremonies for the Lake
mercials will also be seen on 1961 Chief Brown was awarded Worth Chamber of Commerce
"Queen For a Day" and "The the Civic Citation by the Boca Jessie Lee Maguire of "Coffee Hour" for a period of
Price Is Right" daytime television Raton Chamber of Commerce for Belle Glade, announces the birth nine years. He is presently vice-
shows Two "color advertisementswill his outstanding career -as chief of' of a' son, Richard Ira, Born March .chairmanof: the civil service' commission J.
also run in leading newspapers police in the city for 25 years. 28. of the city of Lake Worth,
covering the nation's principal JOHN RYBOVICH, JR. In his announcement Brown de- Mr. and Mrs. Paul, Wilson an- and he was formerly a member of
fresh orange markets. clared that as Sheriff he will work nounce the birth of a son, Charles the city employees retirement
"Our field representatives have John Rybovich Jr. For for the adoption of a civil service Henry, Born March 28. board. A past president of the
been busy on this promotion for system for Job protection for employees Mr. and Mrs. Windom Under Lake Worth Chamber of Com-
several weeks," Hooks explained. Port CommissionerJohn of the Sheriffs Depart- wood announce the birth of a son. merce, he served as a director of''
"The results of their many con- ment and implement a program of Windom Keith, Born March 27. that body for nine years.
tacts with the food trade have Rybovich, Jr.,. member of in-service training. Mr. and Mrs William F. Cham- With his wife Betty and daughters -
been excellent and there is every a well 1 known boat building firm "Job protection Is the only way bers announce the birth of u Jeanne, Mary Jane and
indication that this promotion will in West Palm Beach established to assure the county of trained, Daughter, Igna Michelle, Bon Joanne, Andrews in a member of
receive wholehearted cooperationfrom during the pioneer days of tho loyal and satisfied personnel In March 27.Says Calvary Methodist Church in Lake.
these factors. The commis- area has filed as a candidate for this very important branch of gov- - Wnrfh.
sion has ready a wide array of new Port of Palm Beach Commission, ernment Brown declared, "and Schlitz Will Additional affiliations include
and colorful display pieces which District Two, Group One. in-service training presents the membership in Gulfstream Lodge
will emphasize the fact that Va- Rybovich, a Democrat, said he opportunity: for"all employees to Enlarge Plant 245, F. & A. M.. Lake Worth Con-
advance and improve their status. sistory; member Mahl Shrine
lencia oranges are thin skinned entered the Port Commission race ;
juicier and seedless-all prime re- with a strong belief that many TAMPA-Robert A." Uihleln Jr, Charter member Sam-I-No Grotte;
quisites for fresh oranges." residents of the district are not president of Schlitz Brewing Co., member Palm Beach County Shrine
satisfied with the manner In which Rex Sweat Offers has announced that his firm will Club; charter member High
--- the Port of Palm Beach is being For Committeeman expand its Tampa plant from "70 Twelve Club; member Elks Lodge
I Spending: By Law operated nor the lines that have to 100 per cent" within two to 1530, Port 47 American Legion; a
been drawn concerning administrative three years., charter member of Loyal Order of
Watched By Adams policies for the port. Rex. Sweat; who, served as sheriff I The six-year old plant represents Moose No. 994; a charter memberof

Rybovich said he favors reten- of Duval County...!.and who .!snow an Investment of some' $20 Lantuna: Chamber of Com-
TALLAHASSEE-Secretary of tion of Peanut island for public retired announced J"that he million and employs,just under 200 : merce; and a past president'ofr;
State JTonv A'd ps..got tQugh;;\ iUt; recreation; i :4s opposed to' wideningand is a. 'candidate..:fcfeih i office of persons. -' Highland School and !;take Wortt{ '
candidates for governor of Florida deepening the Palm Beach In- Uihlein and nine of the com- High'fkhool"PT's1110.! :L;!Sat: 0#'

concerning their meeting the re- let; is opposed further expensive Democratic.'from Florida."National subject Committeeman to the!- pany's 11 directors were in Tampa .....II. .,';.' ... - f )oft'
qUire ents of on, expansionrpf port facilities; favors recently for the first board of directors -
contt1butlohs ensuing primary election. NOTICE
spendm.g"add I a cut''' m operating costs to bring Ex-Sheriff meeting ever held outsideof Oil INTENTION iTJ:
is known
Adams refused to accept the financial about a cut in district taxes; believes throughout Florida., He served, as Milwaukee in the firm's history. TO T IEQJSTE, FICTITIOUS .
reports of five candidates. that the state auditor shouldbe The meeting represented the NAME
They are Scott Kelly of,Lakeland I called in for a check of port the Secretary Florida and Sheriffs then President Associationand of first of a series of,board meetingsto Notice is hereby given that the.'
Fred O. Dickinson of West Palm books as opposed to present poUcyhiring' be held at each of the company's undersigned under the provisions
Beach, Mayor Haydon Burns of I of private firms to make served a* Chairman of the seven breweries. of Chapter 20,92)3, Laws of Florida,
Jacksonville, Fred Karl of Day- closed audits. Board of Directors and also Chair- I - Acts of 1941 will register with the
tona Beach and Charles Holley of man of the Legislative Committee I Mrs. J. E. Williams plans to Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and
for seventeen years. He also was I for Palm Beach Florida
County, ,
St. Petersburg. leave today for Macon, Ga., for a
The Secretary of State said that( elected and served as President of visit with her daughter Velma upon receipt of proof of publication
IMiss Linda Woofter the National Sheriffs As"ociatlonand of this notice, the fictitious
addresses of some contributionswere Williams who Is a student at Mercer name
as Pres.! of the Florida Peace
not enough to meet University. :
Her ParentsMiss
Visits Officer Association.
Prior to his
the law's requirements. The response ,
almost instantaneousand election as Sheriff of Duval Coun NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS Canal Point, Fla. .
within was a couple, of hours rep- : Linda Woofter. student at ty. Sweat served as! Duval Coun NAME LAW Under which we are engaged in
resentatives of the candidates had Stetson University, spent the Easter ty's chief traffic officer from 1926 Public notice is hereby given business in Canal Point, Palm
promised to make corrections.Florida.s holidays visiting her parent, to 1932-and while serving In that that the undersigned intends to Beach County, Florida That the
candidates capacity he inaugurated the first register with the Clerk of the Circuit parties interested in said business
law requires and Mrs. Robert Woofter..
to show where their campaign Mr. School Boy Patrol In the State. He Court of Palm Beach County are C. L. Stuart, President; Clifford -
money came from and how it was Linda was recently pledged to Alpha is a member of Solomon Lodge Florida, in compliance with Section H. Stuart. Vice President and .
spent. Chi Omega: Sorority. She was number 20-F. & A.. M. Scottish 865.09: Florida Statutes, 1957: the Mrs. Madrue. Stuart; Secretary-
appointed Scholarship Chairman Rite and York Rite Bodies and fictitious trade name of: Treaau . That the firm name is: .
Charles McCurdy and was one of three selected to Morocco Temple,of the Shrine. He PALM: BEACH JANITORSERVICE STUART FARM SERVICE INC4:
Capt. and Mrs. .
represent the chapter In the Uni- Is also a member of the B. P. O. E. By C. L. Stuart President "' ,
have returned to Myrtle Beach, versity Quiz Bowl. After serving, .Elk -The 'American Legion under which' I1kraengajr d;In',.business ; i :Tjvbe; 'jnibUaihed': :! once. ;- a ewe; gk'fot\ i' .
C., after a visit! with her parents.I as Publicity chairman of the Stetson Veterans of Foreign Wars. He, is at'2109ttl9orth Dixie. West four'successive weeks 'in"a"news-
Mr. and Mrs. William Howard and Union Board for one year she u World War I veteran and served Palm Beach, Florida. paper of general circulation in ',
his mother, Mrs. Annette Ms-I was elected corresponding secretary in'compa iy B -- 06th'Engineers, Patsy 8.,Wayman. Palm Beach .County, '
Curdy. for the coming year. thirty-first Division April 3, 10, 17 24, 1064.. Pub.: April 3, 10,17, 24, 1964.f ..


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__ t .- l -:-:.: -tC-r.} .. >>-! W MaxsonCloses t ,-'t-A ,-J---
. Care : : ores
e: Building

t) R3'ii"KA v t.y' ,Local Bus. Station. .. .
or" '

f .Y ewe Ttf.f3"f t ,,arc,,e II To' 'Be. DedicatedThe . . .-'$ week,Philip- '"that Maxson he-has announced closed the this bus

Dedication and'Open House station 'in Canal Point and will
.. ceremonies for 'Belle Glade's new .spend his ,future time selling insurance -

,t South Side Church First 'Baptisf Holy :Nativity day care nursery building for for the Conger Life In-
home of-
'I surance Company with
''f Of Christ Church;;-:Canal. Point I Episcopal. Church as Negro:'a biracial, pre'-school project children by Wee, erected Care fices in Miami.

----..; Pahokee Inc., will be held Sunday. April : For many years the Trallways
: ... Belle Glade across from Elder Lester Reams' *.' 5th, 3:30: p. m. according to :Miss : and Greyhound bus lines have hada
! ''Rd.'80 SUNDAY: Rev. L. Leasing, Vicar I combined station in the Maxson
Bowling Alley on Sara Lee Creech, chairman of the
.0:00: a. m.-Bible Study 9:45: a. m.:-Sunday School SUNDAY- : building committee. The occasionwill location and both lines have given

31:tOO a. m.'-Sermon 11:00: a. m.-Mottling'' Worship" ... 10 a. m.-Sunday School also serve as the annual meet- Canal Point excellent -service
6:30: p. m.-: B/T; :C. 11:00: a. m.-Worship Service
Whether the
6:30: p. m.-Evening Service ing of the Belle Glade Inter Racial;: through, the years.
1 6:30: ,p. m.-.Wed. Bible, Study 7:30 p. m.- Evening Worship.> Council. lines plan to engage some other
... TUESDAYS: v" Church Of God located at person to handle the ticket business -
.7:30 'p. m'.Choir practice. The new building, ,
.. St. Peter's Lutheran WEDNESDAY: Barf ield'Highway 209 S. W. 10th St., across the here is not known -at this

Church Belle Glade 7:30p.: m.-Midweek Prayer street from the cafeteria of Lake time.
Service. 'Pahokee, Fla. Shore' Elementary School, is being .
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r THURSDAY:-Every other week J. W. Hughes, Minister made ready for immediate use. '
August Koerber Pastor 7:30: p. m.Ladies Auxiliary Phone 924.3736 Anyone: having items that can b3
601 W. Lake Rd.. Belle Glade Meeting. SUNDAY: used in the nursery are urged to Classified Ads

I 'SUNDAY, : - 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School bring them to' the center.

Divine Services 11 A. :M. Church Of Christ 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship The: grounds 'surrounding the

School 9:45: A. M. 7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser- building have been graded, and POSITIVELY! ,want ads or
125 N. W.:-Avenue D vice'TUESDAY .square,feet of sod donated classifieds( as you wish to call

First Baptist Phone''WY 6-3867 : by'' Mr. and 'Mrs. 'Robert Abel, them'are'payable,in advance{from
have been laid by members of this forward. Don't phone 'em.
Belle Glade Fla. 7:30: p. m.-Prayer Service day
church; Pahokee SUNDAY SERVICES THURSDAY: ""* Lake Shore High School.! A chain Write it and drop a dollar bill in

10:00: a. m.-Bible ''Study 17:30'. : p. m.-Youth for Christ link fence, donated by the City of the envelope if you want it' run
Guthrie W. Colvard Pastor- 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Service Belle Glade will be installed once. $2 if you want!it'run ,twice

SUNDAY- : 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship . around the' playground- area on and so on.'
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School WEDNESDAY Friday.
11:00 The Methodist Church The Belle Glade Interdenominotional HAVE YOU decided to clear out
: a. m.-Morning Worship 7:30: p. m.-Bible Study '
6:00 Ministerial 'Alliance and the the; attic and advertise the' stuff
: p. m.-Evening Worship Canal: i Florida
. Point, for sale through these columns?
6:45: p. m.-Training Union Belle Glade ''Area Ministerial Association -
WEDNESDAY: Glades Baptist ChurchRev. will participate in the dedi- You'll;be surprised how much"stuffyou
Robert,.A. Shelley Pastor can-get rid of and how much
7:30: p. .-Prayer Service catory services. These will be
,. . ( .,Jonathan L. Wolf) SUNDAY: opened with a hymn followed by money you 'can' take 'In. It only
10:00: a. m.-Church School costs $1:to try an 'ad for a week.
:Meets in Pahokee Lions Club the Invocation by the Rev. W. R. :
The Church Of God 11:00:: a. m.-Morning Worship Boland. The ceremonies will In-
Building. 6:30: p. m.-Youth Fellowship FOR SALE: New and Used Willys
PahokeeCanal SUNDAY SCHOQL 9:45: a. m. clude presentation and acceptanceof :Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garagein
Of Prophecy, 7:30: p. m.-Eventng Worship the building with several individuals .
PREACHING-11OO: a. m. and
Point Road MONDAY: Belle Glade, Phone 63058.
7:30: p. m. taking part. I Oct. 17-54-ch.
3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice
SUNDAY B. Y. F.6:30: p. m.
,'I John H. Kinard, pastor WED. PRAYER-7:30: p. m. IS THERE; ANYTHING in the at-
:10:00: a. m.-Sunday School 2nd MONDAY:
tic like to convert into
Infant BaptismAt you'd
. 7:30: m.-Esthe-r Class meet-
;', : :11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service p. cash? A small classified ad in
,I 7:45: p. Evangelistic Service IngTUESDAY Methodist ChurchInfant
1 Christian Science this column will turn the trick. It
; 8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. : dollar with
only costs a -cash or-
,\ 8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. Group Of Canal Point 8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society1st Baptism was held at the der.

".I Everyone welcome. Special music TuesdayWEDNESDAY First Methodist \Church of Paho-
and singing. "When the Lord turned again : kee with the following babies baptized ARE YOU registered to vote? If

... the captivity of Zion, we were like 7:30: p. m.-Prayer Meeting Bruce Alan Hatton, son of not call Mrs. Faye Ursry in Ca-
them that dream" (Psalms 126:1): ). . Mr. and Mrs. John C. Hatton; nal Point at 47350and tell her
Canal Point
"Suffering, sinning, dying beliefsare First Methodist Bruce Wayne Phillips, son of :Mr. you want to register. She has thu<
Baptist ChurchLawrence unreal" (Science and Health and Mrs. Gerald Phillips; Sherryl proper forms and is duly,,commis-
\ with Key to the Scriptures, by Church, PahokeeJohn Louise Brown, daughter of Mr. and sioned by the registrar to register
Stewart, Pastor Mary Baker Eddy, p. 76)). These :Mrs. Wilbur Brown Jr., and Mark you. You must go by personallyand
SUNDAY: two passages establish the theme A. Briley Pastor Long Rosenberg, son of Mr. and sign the proper papers. The
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School! of the Lesson-Sermon entitled SUNDAY: Mrs. Frank Rosenberg.The books will close on April 4 and
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship "Unreality" at Christian Science 9:45: a. m.-Church'' School church also welcomed new after that you can't register to

6:30: p. m.-Training Union churches this Sunday. Bible read 11:00: a. .-Morning,Worship members, Mrs. Kenneth McIntosh vote in the May Primary.. 3tnc
7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship ings will include pasages from Exodus 6:45: p. m.-MYF' and Mrs. Frank Rosenberg.
FOR RENT:,Two furnished apartments -
WEDNESDAY: and Deuteronomy telling 7:45: p. m.-Evening Worship The Pahokee Chapter of the
f t 7:30 m.--P about God's deliverance of the chil- TUESDAY with two'bed rooms each--
: p. : ayer Meeting : Rainbow Girls will be the guests of
. dren of Israel from the land of 7:00 $50,00 per month. Two with one
: p. m.-Vesper Choir pra< the First Methodist Church April
Egypt. bedroom each, $40.00 per month.
i The Pahokee Church ticsWEDNESDAY 12. Located in Canal Point Adults
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: only. Mrs. W. P. Pope. Itp.
Of The Nazarene 7:45,: p. m.-Mid-week devotions ,.
"Baptist Heritage"At CHORUS ENTERTAINSThe

I Rev. Max D. Jones, Pastor Pahokee, Church I 8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir prac- Glades Correctional Institu- it : : : : : : : : : : I : : : : I J : : : I,I'
tion chorus entertained the Paho-
433 Bacom Point Rd. tice Thurmond KnightRealty
I kee Lions Club with a variety of,
Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882
the -
Sunday night at regular "
musical selections, Tuesday March l Inc.
i. SUNDAY SERVICES: church service the study course St. Mary's ,Catholic 23. There are 25 men in the chorus. ,
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School "Baptist Heritage" will be taughtat -' TELEPHONES:
Scott in of
ChurchFather Kyle was charge ar-
11:00: a. m.-Sunday Worship the First Baptist Church in Pahokee . rangements. ,Lynn Hunter of Ft; Office 844.1355-Res. VI &-2682Box" .
J 6:3O: p. m.-Juniors members will be
joined by Francis Fennech, Pastor Lauderdale and a former residentof 9998 Riviera Beach
7OO: p. m.-Sunday Evening the Canal Point Baptist Church In We t'Palm Beach;;'FloridaN1WLYWEDSHH
Pahokee welcomed
Sunday Mass 11:30: a. m. was as a
Evangelistic this study which will continue
: through Wednesday night April S. Confessions before Mass guest. ., ;.ini n J;, ; t t,_i t t, t.a.,., .;..;.,,;"..>. ., .1.*.1

7:3O: p. m.-Midweek Prayer. The course will be taught by Rev. --- ---
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"Where you are a stranger but 'and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard, Mrs.Fost"e'r .
once." Lassiter, Mrs. Verla O'Neal.
.- Mrs. Ron TerHaar and Miss Bren-

CLASSIFIED ADS PAY da Unwin. Classes will be held for

BIG DIVIDENDS nursery thru adults.

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Monday Cattle Sales . If you are making* a new start on the sea I '

of matrimony, you will do well]] to ,stop by

Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market _' our office in :Belle Glade or Pahokee and .

which is owned and operated' by more than 120 :find out firsthand how easy it is to own.

Florida Cattlemen.You'll .
your own home. Don't. put your pay check in
enjoy the excellent service you receive here :
rent receipts when can just easily
a at this Market. We make an effort at all times to you as

give an outstanding service-to buyer and seller. Give own your own home. We'll be happy to dis-

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Eight. The Everglades News Canal Point Florida 33438 Friday, April 3.J.064;

W. Sanders is reported to be Mr. and Mrs. L. I. :Maloy wish Bobby Walker of Jacksonville,f I Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Powell were

improving nicely following surg- i to thank their many friends for was the guest of his uncle and I I I able to talk with their daughterand
ery at Good Samaritan hospitalin I their prayers, flowers and visits aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Lonely -., family, ,Mr. and :Mrs. Robert
West Palm Beach.J. I during, Mr. Maloy's recent stay in this weekend. He was joined I Lucas of Ft. Richardson, Alaska,
. the hospital.' Sunday by his grandparents Mr. I just out 'of Anchorage this week
V. Thomas and J. G. Weeks :' .LCLASSIFIED and Mrs. J. J, Walker of Indian- I and received the 'good word that
attended a Masonic: meeting at ADS PAY town for an Easter visit with Mr.' they were not harmed during the
Yr Lake Worth Thursday night. BIG DIVIDENDS and :Mrs. Conely. I I recent earth quake in that area.

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Miss Ruth Colvard was selected
Co-Ed of .the week March 15-21 at
Stetson University. Ruth is a member -
of Alpha Chi Omega social ,
sorority, a member of the Stetson
University Concert Choir and
Touring Squad and the University
Chorus. She isa member of Student -
Florida Education Association
(S.F'.E.A.) and, has recently:
been selected as a Junior Counselor -
for the coming year. Ruth is
the daughter of Rev. and Mrs.
Guthrie Colvard and is a sophomore
I majoring education.

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Campaign Manager for Spes-
sard L. Holland's re-election to the
United States Senate, announced

today that Palm Beach County .', .
General Campaign Headquartershave ILl r ,:;
been opened at 125 South u < a .;. If" : .
Dixie, West Palm Beach. 3.j t. ,
Senator'Holland, an 18-year vet- " ''" 5f\1 ,
eran of the United States Senate,
is candidate for' re-election in the ? u y tii I t ', ;.'::
May 5th Democratic primary, and SlNA '
he will go on to face Republican / :
opposition in the general election JI? + ". "
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announced that '
a Mr. Kramer i4 z Ira ail 't'
Richard .Pendergast will be office ';s.
...." nianageiand] the office will be ,. .':"
\. a 'week 10 a. m. to 4 \.(

'r....". p..nil'.: Campaign''Headquarters telese ;...:
number is 8326477. % .S i .
WEDle campaign Headquarters in
7:3: .pam| Beach will be used as a >

"nation ,center for co-ordina- e. \. .
The P .the County organization. 7?, ofS :'i*
l stated that Senator ...
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Of TIl1amer in the County dur- %4Y.Jk) ;,
month of April and the
Rev. Mal\ be notified as to the Planningahead
433 Ba of his arrival so that
Phone 924-7 rien<1s and constituents
SUNDAY SEI and see him.
-9:45: -a. m.?er has requested that II
[ 11:00: a. m.-esting information re- S Jr5 .; f""
j 6:30 p. m.ator Holland's sena- to serve
7:00: p. m. should contact the of- i iSrOs
Evangeh volunteers for Hoi- 5' ;

WEDNESDAY: 'on Campaign should FR i a asx Lt 3. you betterNew
7:30: p. m.-Mlhe. office. ;
meeting., "
"Where you are rfTY and improved petroleum
once." ee Shirley were
._ party in honor products;;Better fuels for
CLASSIFIED Arf-eigh Ann on
businessfand industry. Theseare
the_ outh's 1964 :'
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I ; 1 Q. most modern,oil refinery, r .?.
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Monday Cattle Oil at Pascagoula. More

powerful gasolines-designedto

(;;t',' Are regularly held at the G]J laded give you betterperformance .F

t''.,) which is owned and operate ed byervice and increased '

I Florida Cattlemen. mileage-are almost ready

You'll enjoy the excellent s you for you to test in your car. ',.

i at this Market. We make an effort at You'll find them soon '

give an outstanding service tc buyer and
wherever the
you see -
us a trial.
Standard Oil sign.we .
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