The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
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Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
April 10, 1964
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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note:
Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note:
Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).

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Glade Girl Camporee Attended Achievements By Kendrick RayburnSonarman The U.announced S. Department today that of Agriculture consideration --.

Fisheating- Creek 2nd ClassUSS Is being given to the

Miss Palm Beach Co Glades 4-H ClubsThe need ,for,' establishing acreage allotment -
Members of Boy Scout Troop WALKER'FHTNC( ) for the 1965 sugar cane
628 attended the Gulf Stream Kendrick T. Rayburn, sonarman crop in Florida and Louisiana.
Twenty-year old Pat Andersonof Council Camporee at Fisheating Glades 4-H Achievement second class, USN, son of Mr., and Simultaneously, the department..
Belle Glade is the 1964 "Miss Creek this weekend Scouting skills program was held in the Bello Mrs. Thelmon Rayburn of 535 announced that consideration alsois
Palm Beach County." were demonstrated in interpatroland Glade Cafeteria, April 4, Miss South Barfield highway, Pahokee, being given to limiting '1064
In the early morning hours of intertroop contests. Penny Pennington called the meet- helped celebrate I the 21st birthdayof acreage credit, for use in establish..
Tuesday the judges chose the 5 ft. The Pahokee troop was accompanied ing to order. Taking part in the the destroyer USS Walker April ing 1965 '- crop proportionate
5 in. 'blue eyed, blonde haire* by Thomas Martinez scoutmaster program from this area were Lodus 3 in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. chares: to those acreages plantedto
beauty from a field of 21 contest and W. A. Reynolds, as- Gray, Peggy Bitting, Nancy Har- Walker' is presently conducting sugar' cane- on or,prior to April .
ants.: sistant scoutmaster. Also attendIng rington and Teddy McCall. anti-submarine training operationsin 15, 1064., :.
Runner-up was Judith Oliver was Vance Denton Glades Winners of the various demonstrations Hawaiian waters.'She periodi- Pursuant to the Sugar Act, pro
Boca Raton, with. Eva Kovacs, district advancements. chairman. were Laura Armstrong cally serves a tour of duty with portionAte' shares are required in
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Palm Beach; Pat Stone, Lake of Belle Glade, Breadmaklng, Avis the Seventh Fleet in the Far East. any domestic area when the pro
Park; and Jayne Galambos, Lake Amerson, Canal Point, Dally duction of sugar! from a crop will
Worth, finishing ,that order.A Lo Baptists Foods; Kandi McCall, Canal Point, be greAter than the quantity needed -
near capacity audience in the Child Care;: Mike McCall., Cahal Chicken Supper To to enable the area to meet' its.
Royal Polnciana Playhouse stayed Revival April 26In Point, Public Speaking; Pamela quota and provide a normal carry
well past midnight of the beauty- Ursry, Canal Point, and Donna :Raise PTA Cash over Inventory.
charm-talent pageantry cosponsored Connell, Belle Glade Talent; and A' public hearing on 1965 proportionate
by' the Lake Worth Civitan the cooperation with ten-mil Teryl Echols and Kathy Maxson shares will be held, at a
Club and Pepsi-Cola until tha lion other Southern Baptists, cele- !CanaL Point, County Song. The Canal Point P. T. A. met time and place to be announced
judges agreed that the 115poundMiss brating 150 years of Baptist workin Those participating in the Dress Monday night with W. E. Black lated by the Department, to receive -
Anderson with measurements : the United Revue Marsha the views and recommendations -
States with Jubilee were Pennginton well, president, presiding. The room
35-23-35 was their choice. 1964, announces their i Baptist Phyllis Spikes, Ann Mosley, Jan count award was given to ,Mrs of interested persons on this
She was crowned by Anna Lou celebration throughout the year of !Mosley and Reba Jones all of Pa- I Charlotte Walston and her 5th subject.
Michael, Lake Worth ,the retiring! Jubilee,Revival April 26th through hokee and Kandi McCall, Jamie grade., Mrs. Stanley Hooks, announced Views'and comments, on proposal t
-Miss!! Pajm' Beach..County" :May 3rd also? celebrating the Jubilee . I Gibson"Diane Blackwell, Julia Van that a fried chicken'dinner on 1064 acreage' credit may In
to illness in Miami, the reigning, Advance. i Landingham :Teryl Echols, Kath- will) be given April 25 at the submitted In writing to the Di-
"MJss Florida", Flora :Jo Chan-, The Church endeavors to lead leen Jones, Ann Valliere, Pamela Community Building for PTA rector, Sugar Policy Staff Agri-
donnett, did not appear as sched- every member to read the New i Ursry, Lillian Sims, Brenda Max- funds and air conditioning of the cultural Stabilization and Conser-
uled.Daughter Testament through, to participatein I son, Glennie Trett and Avis Amer- cafeteria. Volunteers for this pro- vation Service, U. S. Department
of Mr. and Mrs. FrankC. the Heritage study of the His- (Continued on Page 8)) ject will be appreciated. Mrs. Bet- of' Agriculture, Washington, D. C.
Anderson' of Belle Glade, (Mr. tory of Southern Baptist, to win ty Gibson!! presented the report of 20250, post marked no later than
Anderson is the city's finance director one soul for Christ all in 1964. the nominating committee mid-night May.1, .1964.
) the Palm Beach Construction At -
A dynamic
personable young Rev. Robert Shelley, program
(continued' on. page 8)) Evangelist from Selma. Alabama chairman, introduced Miss Ellen Annual Show
- By
serving the Craig Air Force Base PahokeeHospital Morgan and the Pahokee High
Bud Dickinson To area will be )leading the local corf- School Glee Club which presenteda
gregation in its Evangelistic ef program of religious music. Rev. Girl 1 Scouts May 1
Actual construction work was '
John Briley gave' the devotionals
Be Here On April 18 - .. started this week on the new consisting of three points Parents,
million and a quarter dollar hos- Teachers, and Church. Refresh The third annual spring show of
6,940 Folks Aided pital to be erected on the recently ments were served by mothers of the Pahokee Girl Sccuta, will be
Gubernatorial Candidate Bud purchased piece of property on the first grade children.
held in the high school gymnasium
Dickinson will visit Canal Point State WelfareRev. Barfield Highway immediatelynorth Serving of the chicken dinner
and Pahokee on Saturday morning, By of Pioneer Lumber com- will be from 5:30: p. m. until 8 p. m. Friday May 11, starting at
April 18, according to several of pany. 7:30: p. m. This year's performance
his very ardent supporters in this Paul M. Cassen, Chairmanof Low bidder on construction was will be a Hootenanny with the Pa'
immediate area. District 10 Welfare Board of Dynon -& Co. of Pensacola, with 4-H Boys Girls Will hokee Cub Scouts as guests.
Mr. Dickinson is waging an all- the State Department of Public an offer of $900,633. ;Qut of'town musical groups andIndividuals
out campaign in every section of Welfare, reported that in Palm Four firma shared the equip- including a nationally
:. the state and his supporters arc Beach County 6940 persona were ment awards: Miami Elevator; Meet Tuesday Nile known' composer and singer, of,, 'r
1< thoroughly convinced that he willbe" assisted in the four categories of Broad Co.of Albany, Ga..; country music; are being .asked to -

... in the second primary with one public assistance' for the month of American Laundry ,of. Cincinnati There will be meeting of the take, part.Assisting. .
of the other contenders. 1964.A Ohio;, and Wllmont-Castle of Ro- a : troop leaders in the re-
Day by day in various areas of March total of 2,058 receivedOld 'chester, N. Y. 4-H boys and girls In the ,Pahokre hcarsals are Mrs.. William Caato,
persons and interested It
Canal Point ,
. area
the state, newspapers rs are announc- Age Assistance in the amountof Brownie troops; Mrs. Dale Perry
livestock at '
ing new support for the West $99,716. 119 received dairy and projects and Mrs., M. H. Cary, junior Girl
persons Point Center
the Canal -
Air Community
Palm Boach Senator. ConditioningLions Scout troops and Mrs. Bill Shirley,
the Blind
Aid ,
to totaling $6,991. 14th at
- Tuesday night April
senior Girl Scout, troop. The, public -
1,071 families, 3,452
make to attend
7:30. Please
children, received Aid Club : plans \m\ invited to attend this free
to Dependent Bldg.
Glades Office Bldg. and bring your parents. show: -
Children in the amount of Kent Price, Assistant County .
$64,176. 459 persons received Aid Agent, will be in charge of the
Has Ass't SolicitorThe I to the Disabled in the amount of At the business meeting of the meeting. George Tucker Is
24.737.. Pahokee Lions club Tuesday a I .- .
-i1-; addition 511 children received recommendation by the board of \
Glades Office Building, originally service during the month, 253 of directors to Air condition the Lions Funeral Services New' Exalted Ruler
planned and brought into whom were in foster homes., The building was approved and adopt John Dixon MeeksJohn
being by County CommissionerPaul total state and local cost for these ed. Lion Pat Hurley was welcomed "
Rardin. is offering another child welfare services was $16- as a guest.Announcement. Dixon Meeks, 70, passed At the regular meeting of the
servce to the Glades section of the 581.99. was made that away Monday at his home in Belle PahokeeBPOE'\ lodge 1638, George
county. A county solicitor's assist- There were 9 adoption petitions the May 5, meeting will be election Glade. Burial was at Chipley, Fla. Tucker;; Jr., was installed as exalted -
ant will be stationed in the buildingand studied for the Circuit Court. ] day for club officers and M. I. Survivors include his widow, ruler. Other officers installed
will keep office hours two These are children placed in homes I Keen was appointed nominating Vesta; four sons, James and C. were Milton Salvatore, leading
days a week, coming from West independent of service through a committee chairman with instructions R. Meeks of Chipley and Alfred knight; Robert McIntosh, loyal
Palm Beach on Monday and FrI- licensed child placing agency and to present candidates for the Meeks of Albany, Ga.; four daugh- knight; William B. Shirley, lectur-
the Welfare Board is responsible! various offices at the next meeting. ters, Miss Linda Meeks and Mrs. ing knight; James W. Vann secretary
day.County Solicitor Joel Daves :s according to law to make these reports -I It was'noted that there will not Bonnie Peacock, both of Belle ; Gorden Hillier, treasurer; .,.
working cooperatively with Magis- to the court. I be a meeting on April 21 due to the Glade. A. Lavender, five year trustee;
trate Judge James Tyson in furn- Palm Beach county is also represented ! zone social and Ladies night to be Mrs. Christine Barry of Panama and W. C. Young one year trustee.
ishing this service for the new on the district ten welfare I held at the Canal Point community City and Mrs. Francis Simmons of Installation took place Thursday .
court. Bill Jackson is the new assistant board by J. F. Thomas, Jr., West I center on Monday, April 20 Biloxi, Miss.; two brothers, W. V. night. April 2. On Saturday:
solicitor and his services Palm Beach J. T., McMurraln.: 7:3O: p. m. Canal Point will.be1 host Meeks of Belle Glade and U. E. night an Inaugural ball was held in
will be available in the Glades Of- Delray Beach, Mrs. Wilda Tufts to the social! with Lions attendingfrom Meek of West Palm Beach, and honor of the new officers, precededby
fice Building in the future 'Mr. Lantana' and -Mrs. M.' H. Bleach Okeechobee as well as Paho- one slater Mrs. Lillie Carter of a steak dinner for the Elks and
Daves said. Pahokee. kee. Panama City. their wives..



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.. The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida 33438 -,.
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.. Mr. and Mrs. Grady and
I MIss Hazel Sheppard has returned -
daughter Teryl and Mr. an4 :Mrs.
to her home after a visit with

her sister and brother-in-law Mr l Oliver Sheppard, 'and, daughter,

and Mrs. Edwin DeLeon, In .Louis Hazel attended the' double wedding
ville Ky. '. of Mr. Sheppard's niece and nephew -

1 =9 I Mrs. M. D. Geiger. will enter st.Mary.s BIRTHS a : Norman, and Nancy Chessy In

hospital Sunday for eye Naples Sunday afternoon at the-

IIICIJIt surgery. East Naples Baptist Church.

Mrs. ,Clarence Cubbedge was the Mr, and Mrs. Paul M. Wilson an- -----. --
) recent guest of her son-in-law and -- - --
nounce the birth of a son
'I daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth 29.
born March
Mrs. W. S. Evans is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jesus Perales an-

her sister and brother-in-law nounce the birth of a son Miguel

Major and Mrs.. Hollis In Mel- Ramon, born April 1.

The Rardin Building Canal Point Florida bourne.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Vance Broome,
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Jaudon of Ya
THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE- REGION HOME OF Stark were, recent guests of his Jr. announce the birth of a daughter p""kjor

sister'- and brother-in-law, Mr. an l Julie Velma born April 1. :

THE :EVERGLADES; ) NEWSServing :Mrs. Wiley Tlllls. Mr. and Mrs. Angel :Manuel

Miss Regina Ingram and Miss Santiago announce the birth of *

the Lako Okeechobee Farming Region Without Olivia 'Stapler attended the recentG. I son. Nelson Manuel born April 4.
A. "house party" held at the .
Interruption Every Week for Nearly 40 Years
Bible grounds in Boca Raton, as
Established March 11 Published VISIT RELATIVES I ,
1924 Every representatives of the Canal Point Mrs. Minter Collins and her o

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe Baptist G. A. They were accom- daughter and grandson Mrs. Bill I

panied by Mrs. J. H. Strayer and Lewis
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn Mrs. J. T. Williams. Carey and Jeff and Mrs. agba iii
Collins motored to Orlando recently -
Canal Point Florida, as Second Class Matter i
where Mrs. Collins remained as

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher BIBLE SCHOOL CLINICA the guest of her sister Mrs. H .E.

Vacation, Bible School clinic Smith. Mrs. Carey and Mrs. Lewis

The Canal Point Methodist was held recently at the First Collins visited Mr. and Mrs. JamesE. "KyneV outstanding sense

WSCS met at the home of 'Mrs. Personal Items Baptist Church of West Palm Costin at Port St. Joe and Mrs of,fair play ,Is one of the

Glenn Powell, Tuesday April 7. Beach. Those attending from thin Carey and her son drove on to Ma most Important attributes:

The 15 members heard Rev. Rob- area were Mrs. Fred Wolfe, Mrs. rianna where they were the guestsof his new office calls for.
Dr. and Mrs. Wilburn C. Young
ert "Back to the Wayne Burdeshaw. Mrs. Verla
Shelley speak on her father-in-law, M. W. Carey
had brother-
as recent guests her SENtlriEL
.Bible." ''O'Neal Mrs. Foster Lassiter Mrs. ORLANDO
in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. James Walden Mrs. David Un- . .
...'RE: PELICAN LAKE SUB-DRAINAGE Robert Cryster and children of
win, Mrs. Norma Aldridge and APPRECIATION
DISTRICT YEAR TAXES 1M4 FOR THE', Harford County Md. Rev. Guthrie Colvard all of the Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sanders wish KEEP James W.

"NOTICE IS HEREBY: : GIVEN that Recent visitors of :Mr. and Mrs. the First Baptist Church of Paho- to express their deep appreciationfor
the Board of Supervisors of PELICAN Llndrose '
LAKE SUB-DRAINAGE DISTRICT, a Ernest were her son kee and Rev. Lawrence Stewart, the many calls lovely cards

drainage district organized and existingunder Howard Jenson and son Leonardof Mrs. J.' 'McCall.. Mrs. Alma Nail, and beautiful flowers during the
the Laws of Florida, and embracing
lands within, Palm Beach Meritt Island Mrs. Haywood Mrs. Marie Hughes. Mrs. J. H. illness and hospitalization of Mr. I

County has caused to be prepared a Konan and daughter Florance of Strayer Mrs. Cecil Strayer, Mrs. Sanders. Your prayers have indeed
Budget showing the Unit No. 1. Debt Cocoa and Earl' Swain of Miami.
Service and the General Debt Service Melinda Williams Mrs. Barbara been a comfort and may blessings j ATTORNEY GENERAL
requirements of the District and' the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weeks of Dixon and Mrs. Rachel Scruggs of be with you.
requirement of the District for main Miami were weekend guests of his (Paid Pol. Adv. For by Kynes Campaign
tenance, operation and administration Canal Point. MR. & MRS. R. W. Sanders. I .11.1.. Ronnie Spencer Chairman)
during the year beginning on the first father, J. G. Weeks In Canal Point.

day of November and ending' on The home of Mr. and Mrs. C. L.. ._ ..
aye --- -- ----- ----- -- --- - ----- -- - -- -- --- ----
the thirty-first of October 1965.
"The said Budget Is now on file and Wilder was the scene of an Informal
may be examined at the office of the "coffee" Mr. and
'Secretary of the District at Canal Point Add a Phone . Add a Lot to LivingWhy
Florida The Board of Supervisors oil i Mrs. Robert Fulton of Delray
PELICAN LAKE: SUB-DRAINAGE DISTRICT Beach. Mr. Fulton is a candidatefor
on' the will 11th. meet day at of 11:15 May.: o'clock 1964. at A. the M.. Superintendent of Public In. let the house run you? Why not take it easier with a kitchen

office Canal of Point.the Secretary Florida, of for the the District'In purpose struction. Approximately 5O guests extension phone. With phones in all the places you live most. . bedroom -

of hearing i objections and ''complaints enjoyed an informal questi a& and
with respect to the said Budget'; answer period. Hostesses with Mrs. 'workshop; Florida room. To add colorful, economical extension'phones .

'and Other for business the purpose as may of transacting properly come such Wilder ,were Mrs. O. R. Bleech. just call your Telephone Company Business Office. .

before natd meeting. Mrs. Carney Wilder and Mrs. Re- .
'DATED this 6th day of April. 1964. )
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD tha Lelly of Delray.

OF SUPERVISORS OF PELICAN Mrs. Doris McIlwain is able to sout'hern'i\.11
DISTRICTBY be ,out after recent foot surgeryat .

President.: Clarence W. Knecht Good Samaritan Hospital in ...tae fit.

Publish: April 10. 17. 1964.:. West Palm Beach.
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"RE: PAHOKEE DRAINAGE DISTRICT "RE: EAST SHORE RAINAGE it : tt:1"=utt: t.::; .?:,.nt.;;....1...!.4.t,.;.,..:.:;..t..:},};....}:..ii.....;. es. .....t. ... I,} .i; ;; t..t ,list}l.;t:..};.....:..:......iS.....:1:....ts.:....:.t.:.. ;.:.?...::ult.a.i;.ak.t: ; ...:: ...; .et t.i..

TAXES FOR THE YEAR 1964 DISTRICT TAXES FOR THE . ..a .: .: ...}t. u.. .. .; } sV..}.}.;:: tnynnnspttyauiiaaAial };t ..:....a ..::. ..i... ...
"NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that YEAR lt64 a..s. ,
in accordance with the provisions of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that : tar.!?; :}Itklu.,. ::::::..u;tas.u! +'taa{ ;
Chapter 1B042. Laws of Florida. Acts of In accordance with the provisions of 1idltllut tt, } i .i.r..a.. :i'cl:u;};;;art.n;! :
1837, the Board of Supervisors of Chapter 20694. Laws of Florida. Acts of 'Yss+1}l,} : s+1 tl } }:: ; } : ;; lat::?'}: : .}l rts 'N;l: di'IIi! a.. :..:: ..:::.;..t.;.:;...;.. ...;... .....s.,.....; ...; .Ss .t

drainage PAHOKEE district DRAINAGE organized DISTRICT and existing a 1941. the SHORE Board DRAINAGE of Supervisors DISTRICT,ofEAST a t I.s t.1St 1 t;..,,}\\.;.i\\;',,t\..l\:,!\;\tilt r s?s.}s t;\\' t\\;.}ih ; \: ..i.l;.}...?.t;uts...;.%,Y,\t':\.?tt,..;.tl I :; ; xL..::;.:;..4...!:.;.;.,:....:.h':.'..;.?}t;.!......,;.i a.;.t.s,... ,;!:.,,.aa..; .'..?at;},..
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under lands the Laws within. of Palm Florida Beach and embracing County drainage under the district Laws of organized Florida and and embracing existing- I,. + PFHtt' } ":'n'inF! : >1'4 h'ltliintt} }} !ttitti{ ;ltt''}! } t.t it i,;,}}.1,.; ?111111411111}?II'?tIf

has caused to be prepared a Budget lands within. Palm Beach County
showing' the Debt Service requirementsof has caused to be prepared a Budget i''i'
the District and of the East Unit of showing the Debt Service requirement ?;?}. lt. i +uas
the District for Maintenance. Operation of the District and the requirements of 'ii. }.tit: } ,'. 'L ir.N! ti :
and Administration during the year the District for .maintenance 1 operation !'?' V }t ! :}} }' .. \ st.4 :I.. ? ; d y 'stut?};; lii14 t
\i'I : t :.t1 ;st:,:t\;\dol ailedlet{ ;iiiiil} ?=litlei! ttit: .....t
beginning on the first day of November. and' administration during the year : It t: !1 t ?:: i th. !t?ii t'i'tt.'
1964, and ending on the thirty- beginning( on the first day of November. y ittit? }Itl!,} } } ,tttlttail::+ a!! hr' ? 'l, i t ts. ;fa ''' : }.;Si.I 4
first day of October 1965. Said Budget 1964. and ending on the thirty-first day ,. ... ;t tt :. .!.. .., ..1..Le tl ,. : .. .:.l';:!'Iii,,...:. :.t}}a}:I It
among other things shows the amount of October. 1963. Said Budget among i ttu::it !tl tl.,i.:
and .s}; ..t Id'} 'kl'I atl{t}.VIlt1.tst! { 1 } s.4 t } ,... litalt.t.! t t al.i: tilt
of the East Unit Debt Service Tax. other things shows the amount of :::} } ? } : } }; :: ; ;} ll llll III Ii it }=.ks.
the amount of East Unit Maintenance Debt Service Tax and the amount of {'aFSl} .;; iii};; I 4;:tuir. ;} };.ts.,};!tr .. ..
p/ Tax per acre necessary to be levied Maintenance Tax per acre necessary to t.S I' Sty t'' 1 } } } ...'.. t;}.t.I. +: ,E }
upon the lands within said District I be levied upon the lands within said tt'tst' t tI lilt l ti, itt } !tr !te;} tt'.1ettutjuiiill} { } I ' ; i } : ; tt!}! '":.
f, } + ;} !!t!}tt 4, i}, i;ll,} t { }, } iii;! i: :iiiir :r: !:!;.it ti} +!
:for"The the said year Budget 1964. Is now on file and District"The said for the Budget year 18 on file and itt4}?tiiltt ryit iSi a}i,Ih +?k'i' 'i:!?;nlL r'a,tt!: },ii lit :: +?i,44i, tt1''lnt}}: ;:!;.a. t.ati: :a11.t

may be examined at the office of the may be examined at the office of the .t:t+t t t s:{kt ,it" .11'ti;;,,1 .!.4}} i its}.ti,:ills t tt: '?'!!' 41i1''t}ti}til} rt {: i
Secretary of the District at Canal Point. Secretary of the District at Canal Point.
. Florida The Board of Supervisors of Florida. The Board of Supervisors of ltl ti; 4 lit:;' t?' Y t+} 4 : !. t ::1}} t
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:.. PAHOKEE DRAINAGE DISTRICT EAST SHORE DRAINAGE DISTRICT } } i'i'},; :}' },t:1! } !; }Iii'} 'il'dli }titl ''t4,} t, .. ;}ts. \\\ ?lts:}i

f will meet at 9:30: o'clock tA. M.. on the will meet at 10:15: o'clock A. M.. on the t,+li atliI '. tlt,' tn''t al k t'! ti}}'it: }t}: a:,}.!.}:;! } tl.,
t !! !! ; } }ts
llth day of May. 1964. the office of 11th day of May. 1964 at the office of +t. it 4ttt ;',, l:ll Ui ; } att4'14ti '
tl; } } t;t i
the Secretary of the District in Canal the Secretary of the District In Canal .'at ttl i iIlttt.i't i'
Point. Florida for the purpose of hear- Point. Florida for the purpose of hearing !} i' iSk 4 .!::. },}};: '}' ,l Iantai'tti. t } } tFi ltttttit? t t
ing objections and complaints with. objections and complaints with. ; ;1tu siia } s.t:4t }{s.t :;t t ssh ti s ,. l Il i; tt: I'l .tt t i'Il'I }.t s'
; respect to the said Budget and for thepurpose respect to the said Budget and for the 'I !tl Itt.;; t 4V} t t {; ,} !? 'l}.: i :s}} I ijitil: ..'ti.tit., }' }}lt ss! tl{is4diltl t i ; tlii4t.'!l+! tt:., t,}t:1,St11;kl ttl tli41 I t!t 1 1it !!}:;
I of transacting such other purpose of transacting such other tt : I ?< '.} !
business as may properly come before business as may properly come beforesaid1 ,1.; .is t t
eat'Ti:8nt'li.!: : I meeting. tit n .}' . '!ti
t. of Aoril. 1964. DATED this 6th day of April. 1964. 't''hutIn4j' :}I !it ttttt'} !: : : t.
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' $25.00 fourteen months faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide . oC : ,
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Your savings increase faster, because your,Bonds
mature in just 7 years, 9 months. ,nest egg for, the future. That's why many retired .. 4 to.
people.bold H Bonds and families saving for "
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With Series H Bonds the .
10-year maturity period .child's: education, buy E.Bonds. ..;
stays the same but more interest is paid you each .
six months. With both E and H Bonds the'new.rate Q: In what denominations can I buy series E and series 1 ..Xto
works out to2J4%fore first year and a1 half; then H Bonds "" A: ',
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Q: When did the new rate become effective? (cost $75.00)), $200 (cost $150.00)), $500 ..):' ::1 J
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A:All older E and H Bonds pay more now-an extra V ..X..'f
Q:How'safe are U.S. Savings Bonds?
V. &% from now on when held'to maturity. The increase r
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4. !rig'interest after maturity Buy theni: antccnatically, through+ the Hayrou
.0 I Savings f Ian whew you work.This.Plan means you
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? Bonds and buy new ones? ducted every payday.; The
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j. tape to retain your present Bon ds. Qs How do I'h Ip strengthen America's. peace powetwheai
Qs How are series H Bonds different from ..... B I buy u.$>.fining Bonds? ,J<:

.r"M Bonds? At Peace' OO.rimc naw aaooey''for military strength+ .: /j
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Friday, April 10, 196
Page Four" -- The Everglades New Canal Point. Florida 33438

"'- |!canLegion, Post No. 12. He la
Boynton of Canal Point, .Florida For
Stierer In Race'
J JI I President of the West Palm Beach
and the late Mr. and Mrs::Thomas
Chapter of Fraternal Order of
Chadon Beverly of Ochlochnee.Mr. State AttorneyWest
Police Associates, Vice President
Beverly was graduated from
Central High School at Thomas- Palm Beach attorney Rich- of the Reserve Officers Association
ville and received his Bachelor announcedhis (Navy) and Secretary-Treasurer of
ard T. Stierer today
the local chapter of the Naval Reserve
and Master's degrees in business candidacy for the office of Association.

administration from the Universityof the 15th Judicial _ _
I I Ii State Attorney for t I uALTAR
Georgia, where he completed hiz Brow-
Circuit, representing
studies this spring. He is a mew.ber .- Counties in SOCIETY
ard and Palm Beach
of the St. Mary's Altar
of Sigma Chi fraternity. Members
the 5, 1964 Democratic pri
,i IIii66p He and his bride plan to make Society of Pahokee held their
their, home in Atlanta where Mr. mary. monthly meeting at the home' of
P State Attorney -
p Stierer, age 34, said as
Beverly will be affiliated with the himselfto Mrs. Charles Modecki. president
First National Bank. he would I Plans were made to sponsor a Pan-
I I . the proper and speedy handlingof American dance at St. Philip's
all matters pertaining to that Benizi Parish Hall in Belle Glade,
t' I I
I date of the'' dance will be announced -
resident of Palm Beach
later in April.
1 j Illlp ty since 1955 he is a coun-I . ....
New York University and
visitors of Mr.; and Mrs.
his law degree at the University of|I I Recent

f p, I'l Florida College of Law. Active in (fE., D. Sims, Jr., and Mrs. Nannie
r l' ilia civic, fraternal and service work, I|Mallory were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene

. ?lfd, Stierer is a member of the Lions II McGehee, newlyweds, of Louisa,
((32nd I Virginia. Mr. :McGehee1' is the nephew -
r- Mr. and Mrs. Club, Shrine Club, I
: Haywood Baxterof
Ameri- of Mr. Sims.
rl- Degree), Elks, Moose .
: id Immokalee, were guests of her I I

l daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. .. ..--- --- ---- ---
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Mr. and Mrs. J, C., Mock have
\Ir I returned to their home from Col- "

quitt, Ga., where they attended the

funeral of his.sister, Mrs. Nellie

Mr. .and Mrs. Karl Watson were
r"j i the weekend guests of her parents, ,
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Jones in Clew- t
la ton. t

R. W. Sanders has returned to
1 his home after undergoing surgeryat

.. Good Samaritan hospital in Let's Return Experienced Capable
,fj West Palm Beach.

j Denise Stripling, small daughter SPES.SARD LHOLLAND
,:; of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stripling returned -
I to her home Saturday after

being a patient at Everglades Memorial v.


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son "I. want to express my sincere SPESSARD L. HOLLAND It a
Will Max : Louisville. Gary of Daytona 'arrived Saturdayat regret in not being able to M.mb.r of the S.nat. Appropriations
Wed I Miss Beall is the daughter of the home of her brother and travel constantly! during this Committee.

:: Edward Beverly I the late' Oliver Henry Beall, Jr. of family Mr. and -Mrs. E. D. Sims campaign throughout the entire M.mb.r of Aeronautical
and Mrs. Nannie Mallory to accompany State in behalf of my can and Space Science Commit-
Louisville and the granddaughter
Mary Clark Beall I her didacy for election as your ..
mother, Mrs: E. D. t.
f of Mr. and Mrs. James William United States Senator but I
Sims home Member of the Senate Agrlculture -
to her
Clark of Louisville and Mrs. Oliver in Daytona feel' at this critical period it *
tl. Mrs Oliver Henry Beall, Jr. of I I Henry Beall, Sr., and the late Mr. Beach. Mrs. Sims has been the would not be wise to leave mitt. and Forestry Com

;I Louisville, Georgia announces the I I I Beall of Louisville. guest of her son and family since Washington and have Florida Committee.
c : in'Congress. As 'Membero
., February 23. not represented
engagement of her daughter, Mary She was graduated from Brenau your Senior Senator, I might: on .. o ....
Mr. and Mrs. ?
i .I, Clark, to Joe Edward Beverly, tho I I Academy at Gainesville and received Rodney Schwan of point out that the Influence Federal expenditures.
Dunsbille N. Y.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Edward her Bachelor of Arts degree In are the guests of and the power of an individual' M.mb.r of the S.nat. Democrotlc .
I Beverly of Ochlochnee, Ga. Journalism from the University of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kennedy.W. Senator is very 'largely de Steering Committee.
Their marriage wit be solemnized -1 I Georgia, where she was a member S. Plumer, Jr. and Mrs. Mary termined by the SENIORITY he Senator Holland ha beenactively
at six-thirty o'clock in the evening of Phi Mu sorority. Ellin Draley were the guests of his has attained' responsible for the
parents, Mr and Mrs. W. S. Plumer Spessard Holland Is now serving channelling of Hundreds .f
tI on May 16 at the Associate I I I The groom-elect' is the grandson during their his,18th'year as a member Million of Dollars of Fed'
, Reformed Presbyterian Church in of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Graay spring holidays of the United States Senate eral! Funds creating ten of
F' I I from Duke University, Durham, from Florida . and he is 6th thousands of fobs which in
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and Mrs. Merle Agner and\ | lO.mocratic.membership. of the of every on. In the economy entire #
family of Indianapolis Ind. were Senate. State of Florida..

VOTE FORRICHARD the recent guests of his mother,

Mrs. Pearl Agner. RE-ELECT SPESSARD L.
T. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Wilson had

as recent guests her brother and

sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. S.

Mrs. Pope Sears and Mrs. Earl U.'S.' S E N A T OR

FQR Maxson are attending the State
WSCS meeting in Orlando this
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15TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ;' unr.rnanr rnr tnr.rnnrnurnrIt's I'

Palm Beach and BroWM jcl'Counties"fold NAME LAW
Public notice is hereby given
that the undersigned Intends to

register with the Clerk of the Cir TIME

f cuit Court of Palm Beach County, .
Florida, in compliance with Section

86 .09, Florida Statutes, 1957,. theI I
fictitious trade name of: FOR CANAL POINT AND ALL,


under Which I am engaged in business *
I at 2109% North Dixie, West .

,Palm. Beach, Florida ? A FULL-TIME..: e . .
Patsy S. Wayman : ('
April 3. 10, }7,' 24,.:_1964. : "
a ,

,., Notice )Js hereby given that the
'i'i \ by Kelly for Governor Campaign hind undersigned, under the provisionsof

Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida,
Acts of 1941 will register with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and

a j for Palm Beach County, Florida,
upon receipt of proof of publication
a Candidate*. of this' notice, the fictitious name, W. 'BUD' WEAVERPROMISES

IEAHON'ANDY'ANDREWSDemocrat to-wit: .

I ,Canal Point, Fla. THAT TO
Under which we are engaged in YOU . .
County Commissioner District #3 y business in Canal Point Palm

: i PROGRESSIVE Beach County Florida.: That the
DEDICATED = yv parties, interested in said business 'Elect WEAVERMAY
=tom = are C. L. Stuart. President; Clifford -
S H. Stuart, Vice President and

Don't depend on the promises of others. "Andy" Mrs. Madrue Stuart Secretary-

has 2O years off PROVEN s rvic.. His record off Treasurer. That the firm name is:

dedicated civic work will guarantee PAIR and STUART FARM SERVICE. INC. AND GET A FULLTIMEMAN

EQUITABLE representation for ALL the people! By C. L. Stuart, PresidentTo
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be published once week for
r... Kvwry Democrat In Palm Beach County CAN ON THE JOB
four successive weeks In a newspaper
'J J rote fmr
"Andy" Andrews on May 5th I "
. .. of general' -circulation in r
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Palm Beach County.
(Paid Pol. Adv.. )
Political Advertisement Paid for bv Campaign Treasurer Pub.: April 3, 1O. 17, 24, 1964. -- II4UNIL


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I I Christian Science Mrs.. Guthrie:Has ""*"

Group Of Canal "Point Birthday Party1

: .1. II News Of The ChurchesSouth II IIr "The kingdom of heaven is at Mrs. I, S. Guthrie celebrated her.
hand. Heal the sick cleanse the 79th birthday at a family reunion),,
helpers raise the dead cast out and dinner held at her home. Out-\

devils: freely'ye have received of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs.;
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r Side ChurchOf FirsfBaptist.Church ;. Holy:( ] Nativity
I Matthew (ch. ,10)) ,will be uae C\\ amp),'Rev., an(\Mra. James L. Mer-
Christ Canal.PointElder Episcopal:Church as the Golden Text at Christian rell and children: Mr. and Mrs.

-' Pahokee Science i churches next Sunday.. Gordon Guthrie,West Palm Beach

r Belle Glade across from Lester Reams The question "Are Sin, Disease and J. W. Guthrie Ft. Myers.

. Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 SUNDAY: Rev. I* Loss ni g, Vicar and Death Real?" will be explored . "
0:00: a. m.-Bible Study 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School SUNDAY: in passage from the Bible -
11:00: a. m.-Sermon 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship 10 a. m.-Sunday School and the Christian Science text- Mr. and Mrs. Max Beverly an-1

6:3O: p. m.-Evening Service 6:30: p. m.-B. T. C. 11:00 a. m.-Worship Service book, including this s'utemcnt: their son Joe Edward of Ochlocknee -

. 6:30: p. m.-Wed. Bible Study 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship. .a "God is not the author; of :iortal , Ga., and his fiance Miss Mary
TUESDAYS: discords. Therefore we accept the
" Church Of God Beall of Louisville arrived Thurs-
7:30: m.-Choir practice. ,
p. conclusion that discords have onlya
I St. Peter's Lutheran WEDNESDAY: Barfield Highway fabulous existence, are mortal day to wish Mrs. Beverly's parents

Church Belle Glade 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer beliefs which divine -'Truth' and Mr. and Mrs. Boynton r\

Service. Pahokee, Fla. Love destroy" (Science and Health happy 50th wedding anniversary,
j' THURSDAY:-Every other week J. W. Hughes, Minister I'with Key to the Scriptures by They will return to their home
August Koerber 7:30: p. m.Ladies Auxiliary Phone 924.3796 Sunday.
Baker 231)). :
Mary Eddy
Glade p.
,.. 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Meeting. SUNDAY: ---
Divine Services 11 A. :M. 11OO 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School Glades Baptist Church ..
Church Of Christ : a. m.-Morning Worship
School 9:45 A.M.
[ 7:30: p. Evangelistic Ser- Classified
i 125 N. Avenue: D viceTUESDAY (Rev. Jonathan L. Wolf) Ads.A
Meets, in Pahokee Lions Club
First Baptist Phone,WY 6-3867 : Building.
Belle Glade, Fla.UNDAY 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service ,
Church Pahokee SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45: a. m. all want ads or
classifieds wish to call
PREACHING::00 a. m. and as you
10:00: a. m.-Bible 7:30: m.-Youth for Christ
Study p. 7:30 p. m. hem, are payable in advance from
Gutbrie W. Colvard. Pastor
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Service this forward. Don't phone 'em.
SUNDAY: .. I SUNDAY B. Y. F.6:30: p. m. day
7:30: p. m.-Evenlng Worship WED. PRAYER-7:30 m. Write it and drop a dollar bill in
ON 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School p.
11:00 WEDNESDAY I The Methodist Church . ... the envelope if you want it run
: a. m.Morning Worship 7:30: m.-Blble
p. Study once. $2 if want it twice
i 6:00: p. m.-Evening Worship .. Canal Point, FloridaRobert House Party Is and so on. you
6:45: p. m.-Training Union
Pahokee WMU Held Attended Juniors
WEDNESDAY: By. HAVE YOU decided to clear out
\ 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service Monthly'Meeting: SUNDAY: A. Shelley Pastor the attic and advertise the stuff

. A group of 18 members of the for sale through these columns?
: a. m.-Church School
Pahokee Baptist Junior Girls Auxiliary You'll be how much stuff
The W. M. U. of the First Bap- 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship surprised
The Church Of God 'm.-Youth attended the Palm Lake Association's you can get rid of and how much
tist Church in Pahokee held its 6:30: p. Fellowship
House Party at Bible can take in. It
money you only
Of Prophecy PahokeeCanal 7:30: m.-Evening Worship
regular monthly business .meeting p. .
Town Boca Raton. Those attending costs $1 to try an ad for a week.
Point Road with Mrs. E. B. Gamble,' president were' Debbie Culberson, Jan Unwin,
3:15: p. m.-Youth Choir practice FOR SALE New and Used
presiding. Mrs.Ralph Crews, prayer Joi Crady Karen Aldridge, Decky : Willys
. 'j' John H. Kinard, pastor Wood, Alana Martin Tannie Mc- Jeeps. Walter Ashley's GarageIn
10:00: a. m.-Sunday School chairman gave the prayer cal- 2nd MONDAY: Coy, Lila Gore Roberta Benton, Belle Glade, Phone 6.3058.

\ .. 11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service ender. 7:30: p. m.-Ksther Class meet- Janice Sullivan, Debra Sullivan, Oct. 1754ch.IS .
I The entitled "Our Jew
7:45 program ingTUESDAY
I p. Claudia Julie Un-vin,
8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. ish Neighbors" was presented by : Shirley THERE ANYTHING in the attic -
Connell, Wilkinson,
Mrs. Guthrie Colvard, Kathy Kathy like to convert into
8:00 p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. program : p. m.-Woman's Society
Donna Lee Collier Pam and
Everyone welcome. Special music chairman. The attendance ban- 1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY Renee Rose. Story cash? A small classified ad in
and ner was presented to the Lot- : this column will turn the trick. It
singing. tie Moon Circle by Mrs. :Joe 7:30: p. m.-Prayer Meeting They were accompanied by Mrs. only costs a dollar--cash with or-
Thompson.Mrs. - David Unwin, Junior counselor, der.
Canal Point M. P. Sapp announced that .. Mrs. Marvin Crady and Mrs. J. H.

Church the stewardship book "Christian, First Methodist'Church Wilkinson Jr.Barbara. FOR RENT: Two furnished apart.
Baptist -
Sharing of Possessions" will be PahokeeJohn ments with two bed rooms each

Lawrence Stewart Pastor taught by Mrs. Bill Shirley at the Wright $50.00 per month. Two with one
bedroom each, $40.00 month.
SUNDAY: church Tuesday April 14 begin- A. Briley Pastor Will Wed Roland Located per
in Point Adults
ning at 9:00 followed a
9:45: School : a. m. by SUNDAY:
a. m.-Sunday
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship covered dish luncheon at noon. 9:45: a. m.-church School( Mills On April 17 only. Mrs. W. .P.-,.Pope.. A10p

6:30: p. m.-Training Union Mrs. Wiley Tillis announced that 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship FOR SALE: Plants for landscap..
the community mission projectwas < 7:30 :
: p. m.-Evening Worship : p. wedding of
committee ing crotons Ixora varieties
WEDNESDAY: visitation. A nominating 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship Barbara Elaine Wright and Roland I hibiscus, gardenla.alamanda. dra-i

-- 7:30: p. m.-Prayer Meeting was appointed by Mrs. TUESDAY: Mills have been announced by her ceana, cacti red and pink cro ;
-I!' Gamble as follows Mrs. ,Marvin 7:00: p. m.-Vesper Choir prao parents, Mr. and ,Mrs. Marion ,lo '
of thorns bougainvillia, palms, --
Crady Mrs. Ralph Crews Mrs.
ticsWEDNESDAY Wright of Pahokee'. The candle-
The Pahokee ChurchOf Claude Shirley and Mrs. M. P. will take at quat avocado pears and others.
: light ceremony place Pope's Nursery Canal Point Fla.A17pd..
The Nazarene Sapp. 7:45: p. m.-Mid-week devo- the First Methodist Church in Pa- .
Also appointed was a budget tions hokee Friday April 17, at 8 P. M.,

committee consisting of Mrs. Hor- j 8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir prac- .with Rev. John Briley pastor, of- : : : : : : : : : : : : : C : : : : : ::1:11
i Rev. Max D. Jones, Pastor ace Unwin Chairman Mrs. Lee

; 433 Bacom Point Rd. Shirley Mrs. Joe Thompson. Mrs. tice . ficiating.A reception will follow the cere- Thurmond Knight
j Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882,,
David Unwin and Mrs. Charles
mony in the social hall of the chur- Realty Inc.
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ch. No formal invitations are be-
1 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School Announcement was made of the ChurchFather ing issued but all friends of the TELEPHONES:
11:00: a.-m.-Sunday Worship' coming Palm Lake Associational couple are invited.CLASSIFIED. Office -Res. VI 8-2682

6:30 p. m.-Juniors W. M. U.meeting to be held at the Francis Fennech, Pastor Box 9998. Riviera Beach

./ 7:00: p. .-Sunday Evening Canal Point Baptist Church April Sunday Mass11:30 a. m. ADS PAY West Palm Beach lE1oridaJUSTMAJRIED

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"Where you are a stranger. but Paul Rardin attended the Execu- !
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Page Eight!: : The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33438 Friday April 10. 1964


will be curb, gutter and sidewalks", Achievements By-
I Glades While business chatting! with men a ofF on this new piece of construction, Local Stars Go To (continued from page 1)) Local Baptists To

County Commissioner Paul Rardin he drainage pointed set-up out. will A completely be available new in Jax son of Canal Point. Host Lake WMU

recounted several of the road Im- the Negro section when the new GatheringThe Entering Exhibits from Paho-

provement items either under wayor road is constructed.Duda kee were Mary Jane Apelgren,
scheduled to be put under con-
future. Road at Belle Glade is to Eastern Star Grand Chap-I i Cindy Mindlin, Reba Jones Jan The Canal Point Baptist Church -
tract in the
Most recent of the road projectsput Jmproved to status of a farm to ter of the state of Florida met in Mosley Anne :Mosley and Martha will be host to the regular
market road in order that it can Jacksonville this week. Representing Holman.
under contract is that of rebuilding quarterly Palm Lake W. M. U. associational -
Larrimore road from the carry adequately the millions and the Pahokee chapter 184, were II Exhibits from Canal Point were meeting Friday, April
Pure Oil Station in Pahokee to the millions of packages of fresh pro- Mrs. Ruth Mere'dith. Mrs. Adaline entered by Claudette Vallerie, 17. The' meeting will be a lunch-
Railroad on the present old road duce coming out over it annually.This Wroten, Mrs. Jessie Barnes and Teryl Echols, Kathy Maxson, Jamie eon meeting with each member''
bed. This new construction will 'construction will run south Mrs. Jennie McKinstry who left by I Gibson, Diane Blackwell, Julia Van bringing her own sandwiches. Mrs.
Join SR15 in Pahokee with SR15Aat from SR80 for a distance of a mile bus Monday morning to attend. I Landingham, Kandi McCall, Pamela W. E. Schelecter, president, will
the railroad crossing. and a half.Highly They will return Saturday morn- I I Ursry Ralena Ursry, Avis preside.
.. The new road will have curb, important in the Belle ing with the exception of Mrs. Amerson, Alice Valliere and Jackie
Wroten who will remain in Jacksonville ---,------ --- --'- -- -
gutter and sidewalks and the bid Glade packing house area is the Vandegrift.In .
price of the Rubin concern was coming rebuilding of Ice Plant as the guest of her, sister the talent division were
NW L from the old Mrs. Mae Bailey and family: Mrs. 1 I'h It"A I It"A I I"iIt"A I I"iI'T\ I'"WIi"\ I
$269,285.00. Construction work will ( Ave ) Road Glennie Trett, Kathy Maxson,
start as soon as the State Road Belle Glade road across to the new Ruth Meredith will hold the.honor Teryl Echols, Diane Blackwell and
: Department in Tallahassee' can Belle Glade road in Chosen for a of grand representative to the Jamie Gibson. Junior Leaders at-
process all of the bids, award the distance of 1% miles. I state of Missouri and Mrs. Adeline tending were Penny Pennington of PRINCE THEATREPAHOKEE ,
contract to Rubin and issue a work A ditch alongside the present Wroten will serve as assistant Pahokee and Nancy Harrington, '
i order. This red-tape process will 'county road, Mr. Rardin said, will Grand Warder.POSTMASTERS.. Lodus Gray Peggy Bitting, and FLA.
take in the neighborhood of 60 be put in underground pipes, and'I - Teddy McCall. Adult Leaders attending -
days Com. Rardin said. the newly improved facility will MEETINGMr. were Mrs. Elmer Maxson,
I Another road recently put under have curb and gutter with side- and Mrs. Ed Jensen and Mrs. Mrs. Ray Ursry, Mrs. W. E. Mc- SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY
contract is that of building Curlee walks. The new Ice Plant Road- R. T. Smith attended the Postmasters Call, Mrs. Bruce Bitting and Mfs.
Road near the sugar mill in Belle now known as an extension of district meeting and T. E. Pennington. APRIL, 12-13-14
t1 .' Glade. This road for a new mile Airport Road-will be as nearly as luncheon at the Clewiston Inn in -- "
: and a half will run from State possible a duplicate of Avenue E Clewiston, Sunday,. April 5. The RETURN HOME 55 DAYS
: Road 15 (the old Belle Glade.road) I. in Belle Glade which was visual- district is a branch of the National Lonna and Lora Elliott, small AT PEKING"
\\ at the hump backed culvert near ized and built under the' directionof Association of Postmasters. Mr. granddaughters of Mr. and Mrs.
the prison farm to a spot one half Commissioner Rardin a few Jensen serves as postmaster in Lon Wilson returned; to their homein CHARLTON HBSTON AVA
''t i mile north of Glades Sugar House. years ago.1laterlal. Pahokee and Mrs. Smith as post- Tallahassee, Friday after a two GARDNER & DAVID
I Curlee road when built will intersect to build these new master in Canal Point. week visit here. They were accompanied -
\ House Roada NIVEN
West Sugar home by their grandparents
roads is to be pumped out of Lake
mile from the highway and intersect Okeechobee and will be stockpiledon Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Andersonwere who were the guests of their son- I.
East Sugar House Roada the Pahokee Airport. There will Sunday visitors in Pompano I in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. .4i V.Jli..v.JliWI \L&IJY.JI WI V.JI 'J.A
mile and a quarter from the be a total of 500,000 yards of ma- Beach. B. Elliott for the weekend.

highway. With another jclardin- terial pumped out of the lake and .
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built road-Airport stockpiled. The contract has already -
south side of Glades Sugar house been awarded to the Hendry
the new '15-million dollar sugar the .
Corporation'of Tampa in *:;. :;:: ,jJl< :
facility is to be surrounded on four amount of $484,000.00. '< ;1&i:, _;; 1f".iiZ\,

sides by Rardin-built roads. If knew.
I Another road, the commissioner you knew..really .a .
j pointed out, that is to be of prime Belle Glade Girl-
importance to the Pahokee area is
all the benefits of this
I Rardin Avenue running from Ba- (Continued From Page 1))
t corn Point Road through the Negro county Queen automatically en-

I section to an intersection with ters the Miss Florida competition, beverage you'd never go art
SR 15 (the old Belle Glade road) said Pageant Director Lowell Bailey i". ,

\ at Fifth street in Pahokee. at Sarasota in July and if :.i I
Rardin Avenue will be of modern successful there, will compete in day without it. Ask for It

construction and contract the Miss America at Atlantic Cityin ,
soon be let for this additional facility -, September.

i\ Com Rardin said. There I Voted "Miss Congeniality" in by name. .
the Miss Palm Beach County Pag-
FILLING STATION Site for eant was Miss Galambos and .. ,) .
lease on Muck City Road between winner of the talent competitionwas 'f., "" *
f Streamline Quarters and Janice Fields, Palm Spring! :LX: it's called..milk -,
Conners Highway. Ideal location Master of ceremonies throughout -
for service station and small rest- the' near five-hour pageant was
I aurant. For full particulars Ret In Andy Andrews Lake Worth. Solo-
touch with Paul Rardin, Canal ist Bud Greene, Lake Worth and _
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Point, Fla., or phone 924-2661 between Bob Vrooman and his orchestra
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