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: July 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).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00394
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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To Move Or Not To love 2 Palm. i Beach County J. W. Jimmy' Vann Is Chosen .. '

I School SalariesIn

Grades To Pahokee Is QuestionParents Fifth PlaceTALLAHASSEEDade Pahokee Citizen Of 1! he Year"Bon

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of Canal Point schoolchildren I grades 7-8. Pupils in grades 1-6 in I Brow- Voyage" Party The Ralph Stanley :Memorial "'
met in the local school excess of desirable capacity should ard and Pinellas counties pay the For Two TravelersThe Award, given annually by the Pa-
auditorium in a large number be transferred to Pahokee Elemen- I higher average salaries to school hokee Lions Club for the "Most
Tuesday night and in no uncertain tary as soon as facilities are avail outstanding citizen" went to a well
terms .told' county school officials able; pupils in grades 7-8 shouldbe teachers and principals, statistics home of Mrs. Mae Laflin deserving civic worker Tuesday
that the seventh and eighth grades transferred to Pahokee Junior- released by the State Departmentof was the scene of a "Bon Voyaga"luncheon night''' at the annual l Installation of
should remain in Canal Point Instead Senior High School. (C-5 centeris Education disclosed Tuesday.The Saturday, honoring Mm. officers banquet, when J. W. "Jim-
of being moved to Pahokee one which should be closed in average salary in Dade, W. M. DuBose and Mrs. Robert my" Vann was so honored. Mr. '"
highest in the state, is $6,615, followed for
Douthit who will leave today a
this fall. the immediate future. No capital Vann Is executive director of the
school officials Founda- by Broward $6,221 and Pi trip to the Holy Land with the Hal and
County presentfor outlay expenditures from Pahokee Housing .Authority ,.
the confab were School Super- tion Program Funds can be auth- Hunter Christian AmbassadorTour. one of the hardest working members -
The figures are for the 1962-63 Hostesses with :Mrs. Laflin
orized for such centers.) of the Lions Club organization. \
Martin Assistant
intendent John
school last for which
The final finding of the State year year were Mrs. Elsie Sims and Mrs. Kyle '
Supt. Clyde Harris, Board Member the county-by-county comparisonis used and
Point Scott. A travel motif was I
Survey shows the The new president, Glen Urower,
Louis Bills, who represents this plant and facilities are adequate to available. guests presented the honorees with took up the gavel for the new year, '
immediate district on the county Collier is In fourth place at leather passport cases. There were
serve the educational needs of succeeding A. J. Garnet who was in
school board Board member Milton $5.768 and Palm Beach fifth withan 20 guests present to wish the Mrs.
children in grades 1.6 for many France at the time'! of the installation -
Carpenter of Belle Glade and years. average pay of 5752. DuBose and Mrs. Douthit a "Bon ceremony. A cable from hlnwIrh'd \
Board Member-elect James Will This compares with the national Voyage."
: the club
a good year.
iams of Belle Glade. Stanley Hooks, average salary of Instructional During the dinner meeting at .'
president of the Canal Point PTA Summer Program rtaff In 1963-64: according the Social which wives of members were
National Education Association'sresearch Security
the official and
was representative
guests', 25-year pins' for perfect
spokesman for the local group. Canal Point SchoolThe division, of $6,164. The attendance were presented CurtisChase
Local patrons of the school were NEA said Florida's average in the I Aid To VeteransL. and D. W. Cunningham.
strong in their determination that sKrrie year was $6.100 highest in Honored for not missing a meet-
the grades should not be moved as the, southeast! but 21st in the nation -
Canal Point School is taking ing for 20 years was Leon Spooner -
proposed by the state and already part In the Palm Beach Coun- v McClelland, Glades Veteran and M. I, Keen. '.
inaugurated by the county school ty Board of Public, Instruction .II------ Service Officer said today that a -A 10-year award was made to
board. Following an hour's discus- Summer Enrichment 'program. little known aspect of the social Brook Henderson. .

sion it was! decided by the officials There are 109 children enrolled In I Dunckelmans Go To security law is the .tine of military. .,.rjns.wor

- that':'they"'Would "study" the' -prnblam :. -the :program at this tlmerln: the ,: .xiredlts.: *: y can' Padgett; .Keen, R. J. Schroder; i.
at the next board meetingrgndentertain \ Arts! and Crafts department child When a veteran who has had Paul Tillery, Frank Tlllis and '(
a delegation from the ren have been busy making bread I New Houma HomePreston I military service between September Vann for not missing a meeting
school at a following board meet- trays, book ends and the girls are 16, 1940 and December 30, during the last year.
ing.Although now in the process of making bags. 1056, retires, dies or becomes dis- Other new officers taking over
growth has not been The sports division consists of I H. Dunckelman, Senior abled, he may receive credit of with Brower Included: George
rapid in the Canal Point School soft ball, dodge' ball and bowling.The Research Agronomist and popular $160.00 per month wages for each Rashley first vice president, Har-
the past two school years, there latest bowling tournament was sugarcane breeder for the USDA month of such military service. ry B. Elarbee, second vice president -
has been an increase in the elementary won by Alice Valllere. Sugarcane Field Station at Canal This military credit does not ; J, S.,.Atkins, third vice president -
grade's of from 121 to 169. The children are busy now with Point for the past 7 years, has automatically' appear on the Indi- ; R. J. Schroder, secretary, and I
This year closed with 34 in the tests for the Amateur Athletic transferred his headquarters station vidual's earnings record and can Vann, treasurer
first grade. Indications are that Union of the United States which I to Houma Louisiana. He is be established only at the time a J, D. Douglas, lion tamer; LewIs -
next year, with slight growth, will in a physical fitness and proficiency i assigned to the sugarcane seedling claim Is filed. This little known Collins, tall twister, and Dr. R.
require two first grade teachers.It standard for each age group.In I program there using hybrid seed aspect, McClelland said, of the social L. Hatton-,- two-year director.
is possible the' 34 pupils going the games division, Joann Mims I produced at the Canal Point Sta- security law has helped many ---- .-..- ----' '
into grade 2 will also need addi- won the checker tournament.The I veterans to become entitled to social ',.
tional teacher help if pupil growth floors of the school are open I tion.Prior to 1957, Mr. Dunckelman security benefits. Democrats Will :
occurs. from 8:30: a. m. till 12:00: p. m. I was on the research staff of Louis- Beginning January 1, 1957, all
The Canal Point School has eight each morning and from 1:00: p. m. iana State University where his military personnel were brought : In
classrooms, six have been occupiedby till 4:00: p. m; each afternoon. Par I work was sugarcane breeding and under the law and deductions. are: Caucus Tampa
grades 1 through 6 and two by ents and children are being urgedto seedling studies. From 1948 to(I I being made from their pay. :
grades 7 and 8. Additional teachers take part in this program. 1956 he represented LSU as a Veterans and their families A-Th--1964 Democratic
cannot be added unless more class- - cooperating agency at the Canal should be aware of these provis Caucus of the Florida House of
rooms are provided. Junior high Point station where he spent 4 to ions. In order to receive thane Representatives will be held In
C school space is available without Fair Group: Keeps 6 weeks each year with the sugarcane credits, a veteran or his supervisormust Tampa October 1-3, it has been > :t;.'
1: construction at Pahokee. From Tampa' On :Probation breeding activities at this sta present, at the time of filing announced by,, House Speaker Mallory -.tj. r
this standpoint and from the stand- -' I tion. He was familiar with the program a: claim,, proof of military' service; .E. Home. Headquarters will ;
point of the recommendation of the GAINESVILLE-The: State De- when ho. came here to serveas The most acceptable, proof ,to' present be the Hotel Tampa. Terrace and
'I' State Department of Education partment of Agriculture's" Fair and f I. the sugarcane breeder. to the social security; office. iff the Sheraton Tampa'Motor Inn. ,
Survey, the 7th and 8th grades Livestock Show Committee has Breeding is done here to produce I a discharge certificate 'or' other Also Invited to attend the meet-
should be moved this fall to Paho- again refused to reinstate the I hybrid sugarcane seeds for official documents showing, the ing are members of the Florida
kee according to Mr. Harris. Florida State Fair at Tampa and Louisiana. Georgia, and Mississippi period of military service. Senate, the Congressional delegation ,
Pahokee Junior-Senior High has the Greater Jacksonville Agricul- as well as for the Florida sugar ... Democratic Gubernatorial r
shown a growth the past 2 year'sof tural and Industrial Show for the Industry. During his 7 years at Nominee Haydon Burns, Gov. Farris t
15 pupils, going from 440 the 1964-65 season. Canal Point his studies and efforts Schroders Return Bryant, members of the cab- '
fall of 1962 to 455 this June .)f The two fairs, along with othersat not only enabled the station to produce inet and little cabinet and state
1964. The Junior High part of Ft. Myers, Sanford and Largo, record quantities of hybrid From Vacation supreme court justices.
these figures over this period of were placed on "probation" earlier II seeds from many biparental Chairman of the caucus will be
time is an increase of 5 pupils, go- for alleged violations of the state crosses but also contributed to Im- :Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Schroder re- Tampa attorney Sam Bucklew.
ing from 246 to 251. The State De- anti-gambling ;code. proved facilities and techniques turned Tuesday from their vaca-. Serving as co-chairman will be.
partment of Education Survey Florida State Fair Manager M. of sugarcane breeding.Mr. tion at which time they visited Louis Swed and Jack Peeples.
shows the Pahokee Junior-Senior E. Twedell made an impassionedplea Dunckelman and his wife their niece and nephew, Mr. and Top order of business during the
High School with a desirable ca- "for removal of the cloud Rose, and 5 children Elfrieda 11, I. Mrs. Oscar Senn and family, at meeting'will be the selection of the
pacity of 580 pupils, Mr. Harris'over both the fair and directors" of John 10, William 9, Sam 8, Mary King of Prussia Penn., and their House Speaker for the 1965 session
pointed out. the winter exposition. But it was 7, were at 1797 East Main Street niece and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. J. of Legislature' ,
The peak number of pupils of I to no avail.Approved. during their several years residence G. Napoles and family, and Mrs. ,
the past 2 years, 473, leaves am- for a permit was the In Florida. They moved to Louis- Ester Tiffin at Plalnsville, N. J., TO WORLD'S FAIR
ple space for 107 additional child- Highlands County Fair in Sebring. iana last week to a new home that after which they attended the I Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hundley and ;
ren. There will be ample room foi But the fair will be asked to exer- they recently purchased' at 7 Waco World's Fair In New York. sons, Wayne and John, and Miss
the 25 grade 7 pupils and 32 grade t. cise closer control over the operation Drive in Houma.Mr. On the return trip they were the Patsy Keene, left Monday, June
8, total 57' to 60 pupils to transfer of concessions. Dunckelman will be returnIng guests of their nephew and niece, 22 for a three weeks' visit to the
from the Canal Point School to the t to Canal Point occasionally on Mr. and Mrs. George M. Schroder, World's Fair in New York and .
Pahokee Junior-Senior H I g fe Wallace Jaudon of Tampa returned temporary duty to assist in the at North Hampton Mas, and Washington D. C._
School. to his home recently after breeding program. His successor i s were accompanied home by their -4 _
According to the 1960 State Survey being the guest of his sister and expected to be named soon accord great nephew, George Schroder, Mr. and Mrs. Prentice TurbeviHe.
Canal Point is classified ai I brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wiley ing to Dr. Leo P.. Hebert, Superin- who plan to spend some time In and Terry recently returned from "
C-l for grades land C-5: foi TUlis. tendent. Florida this summer. a visit with relatives in Dublin Ga.:,d:


Friday July 3, 19Gi
Two The Everglades News Canal Point Florida 33438

--r-- -- Mrs. C. L. Stuartj was called

Porpoise Given ---I -- III. home from Canton, Ala., due to

New HomeMIAMICarolina the sudden illness of, he'' husband

.Swanky- r > ..who was in the locaj hospital". Mr.
Stuart to return, to his
was abler .
Snowball has

a newf 100.000 home<< at the Miami, h. I. home Saturday.''
i Seaquarium. The only albino porpoise -
I I Rev. Lawrence Stewart and r
in' captivity win
; Carolina sons, Larry and Jay, joined Mrs.,
live in a swimming pool, replete
Stewart and David and Timmy
with picture. and Kenneth Wayne Lassiter left
; windows a smaller at Mer-
of her parents
adjoining tank for her offspring -: }>upday for a,, six week visit with the Island home and returned to
"Sonny Boy:' his grandparents Mr. and Mrs.E. ritt Friday

Officiating at the opening of C. Pruitt, at, West Jefferson their home Saturday.

Carolina Snowball's new home was I N.. C.Mr.. I Airs. Steve Stevens and daughter -
Little Miss Universe of 1963 Sharon
and Mrs. Leon Guthrie have of Clewiston were recent guests.

The Rardin EUiiUJufttf In Canal Point, FloridaTHE Draper.Gray,Little and Miss bagpiper Universe Richard in returned this week from a visit of her mother, Mrs. Ollle Adams:'

LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OFf.HE honor of the occasion, pushed a I with his uncle W. R. Guthrie at Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McCall returned -

giant qnp.wb.aU. into the tar
EVERGLADES Richard serenaded her with a rendition -I Maxwell has returnedto attending the funeral of his uncle J ,
NEWS '" '
f'rom'"M 'FaIt-LadY'! on his his home after leaving: Watson at Oviedo.
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: : bagpipes.I Lakeland where under
] Clipic in he
Serving theLak/ QJc o 2hohepming Region Without. . .. went Mrs. Nellie Reuter is the guest

Interruption Every Week for Nearly 40 Years JOIN AIR FORCE surgery.Mr. this week of Mrs. Alma Hardy In
Established March I and Mrs. John Rogers, Jr., attendedthe
11, Published Every Friday Mike Maxson, ,Tommy Brock West Palm Beach. She

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance and* David Kautz left Tuesday !for' and children and her parents.Miami Mr. funeral services of Mrs: Tennis
and Mrs. James Chance, of Baptist
Lackland Air Force Base, San Taylor .
The Everglades.News Is Entered at the Post Office Antonio, Texas, where they will be- were the Saturday guests of his' Church Wednesday.Mr. .
Florida'as parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers.
In Canal Point Second Class Matter their basic
gin training. and Mrs. R. T. Smith and
Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers were
Paul Rardin Owner Editor Publisher Elar-
the Sunday guests of her mother, Mr and Mrs., Harry Brooks "

Witnesses Will Go family, and Nancy Geiger and FILLING STATION Site for Mrs. Sarah Young. They were accompanied bee plan to spend the 4th of Julyin

family of Pahokee will attend, lease on Muck City r Road be- home by their niece, Key West.

Convention. along with two or three families tween Streamline Quarters and Miss Geraldine Brown who will be
Mrs. Lorie Reynoldsand
from the Belle Glade area. Conners Highway Ideal 'location their guest'.to. the week.:
of R18ing'
small daughter Lisa *
Mijes' Crum of Belle, Glade, presiding The, sessions on Friday; will feature for service station and small rest-
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jones and Sun Maryland, are the guesta-.
minister of the Belle Glada.'t ', a discourse on baptism and aurant. For full particulars get in
' Jeh'oyah's touch with Paul Rardin Canal Miss ,Verlon Jones have returned of her mother, Mrs. Lisa Beeks. ip
Unit, Congregation of its meaning followed by immersion -
' Witnesses;''said today plans at a local pool.1RTHS. Point, Fla., or'pJ1oJ'le 924-2661 between from a weeks' vacation at Clear- Belle Glade and friends In Paho-

'have' been completed for the for- .e. & a. m. and 5 p. m. water Beach. kee.

thjrpmlng 4-day district convention! _______._ ___ '-c -"-___"" .- .--.
scheduled I ini Jacksonville, Fla.,

July 9-12..

'C"onvenUoJoUiclals have estimated i S 7 ?
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w >k x ; 'x.r Sr>aaj h Bb.S.ti'{L7b+:" ;>rr v :'y7
that 13.000 persons from t.r:, +dxs k i }. S; '

Florida" and Georgia' well as 21 .wi., d'a t ,, f Yi,.'r/ x S, M 4:. ;F,9..
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other states, Canada, Puerto Rico Xe'Yr ror yJA t, : r'9i +SyyrY
6x} Yfiwl(k (f.>' orG
and, the Bahamas are expected to : '' :Ty'+. ; s
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attend. The convention is one of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hayes an- ayfrk; :M't.t;,, 3' :: yJy ...
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37 that .. ,:!} 4 rrT ::'Ja:: d; ::;"rL.; S' 'R '' : ..:" .'. .,
being bythe hf4
are sponsored nounce the birth of a daughter, Y .J' L,. ,trw AiaS :
Watchetower Bible and Tract Vivian Mari born June 22. S 's'3{+4&" 'r r k3.a '"',arri w:8. : na.Fr' : 'r..joa. "Lwi'Jfs7..ttl..} } ;,;,8k., ;

Society and the Jacksonville Congregations -
of Jehovah's Witnesse3. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Dean Lynn f1}j.
the birth of 5 j ai.y. x ., .
announce a
.Mr. Crum members ,f ... (' }, { Msk
sad all : f'YV!' 7.. ).Y.tK : i yy4F
Linda Deedra, born June 27. ,rd' ::3 . :k''t'.s :, ;>. t ii:
the congregation are invited to attend yid'ttak ae

the convention, including I Mr. and Mrs. George W. Harris, '
children. The program is designedto Jr., announce the birth 'of a son, '

aid the entire family in bene- born June 28. : 4kmk's'} !: r. Av J,sar ficial study of God's Word the l # :Y4 t a. 'h6r u rl
a/ s. r yet t s ;fK'g 1 Fg'Y 1 : aR f ik r'is 4&ht ..
Bible and be able to better perform Mr. and Mrs. Gary Don Reynolds .. K'r :.K:.f + l r.: .t Y% fx'f'}; { ,-,' a ;)F w fyX.; xyl .rs, aar *ay, .
Christian service In} .their' home,. announce the birth of a son born. .a ;fpt*>.Er' .a.;'k:a5a?,ow,,LLsr; ,n..7 yr Y }.1,,...5 k z ,ys* } 'tg? 0aai. %44 .?4i ,}k )a k' ''!S,4 x.xa.

congregations.It June: 29. i y y ,'+Tr
$1 a {'k ? '- K.3kq y Y n ;
'o i rf ; b;S x.f Y' m 7t fl JF ti x rt" :+ x:?tFr.f.! hT'frw
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is expected that the J. H. ,

Stephens family, Fred FlandersClassified Florida Charge 1 S tb 7,; y",.+:xf sJ'tr'f"
' i ir
:- r At Fair Rapped lii

Ads LAKELAND-The Florida Cit-

rus Commission has taken excep-

tion to a proposal by the Florida

POSITIVELY all want ads or World's Fair Authority that an admission .

classifieds, as you wish to call fee be charged to the L

them, are payable in advance from state's pavilion at the New York E ss::{, ss r1>k r8ri Sw (P r
his day forward.,Don't phone 'em World's Fair. I
.Wri e It and drop a dollar hill inthe The authority proposal was pro- ; NY

.envelope1 ,If 'you want: it run tested in a telegram from the com- ,.
once.. $2; If you want .*t run ,twice mission to Gov. Farris Bryant and : t h! J 1
and so on.: to members of the Florida World's .
ga b..LS Jy 87 btx
r x s +
HAVE -YpV decided .to clear out Fair Authority. "',; ",''t 't't

the att}c pfd" ..g v r% 3eJUw stuff Commission General Manager .- + :'.i+
said the authority .
for sale through thesevcolumns? Homer E. Hooks 1 '\ IaKV : Ih
25 .... ._ .
indicated an admission fee -
You/ty/ ; be fucp ise4.How much s uff
you can get rid ol and.how much' cents would be charged for entrance -

money you can take in. It only to the exhibit building.

coats $1 to try an ad for a week. Authority President Comer J.
Kimball had pointed out that the

.FOR- SALE: !New and U0ed Willys decision to charge admission was

.. Jeeps: Walter Ashley's Garage reached after analysis of the ex- 17

4n, Belle- Glade Phone. ','g-3054." .perience of the 'Hawaiian exhibitin ..,.H A n q

Qcc. iy 4--cis., the same area where an admis-

sion I has had no apparent
*B THERE 'AN. ..ufG in the at- charge

tash tlo-? you'd:A small like classified to convert; ad into in' adverse is hard effect for on us traffic."It to be understandhow .increasedby It's mn Important gasoline' discovery! Methyl'

attendance can
ihla column will turn the trick. It
charging admission when it was steps up octane performance so effectively that it stops powerwastingknock
'only costs a dollar-cash with or-
.der. I previously free." Hooks reflected. better than any other antiknock compound. Methyl spreads .

I - more evenly throughout all cylinders of your engine, stands up under

Brand new BY Round 8INQEI Bobbin|- sewing Miss Baxter Named- extreme temperatures.' And it's in Standard- gasolines (Crown and

seanis.:.: Woman Of Year Crown Extra) . at no increase in .'
machine. Back tacks -sews rs555=5===== =====i
over pins-dial ten.eion'a i4 stitch price! Another important way that

regulator. $59.50-$9.90 down and Miss Myra Baxter daughter of we take'better care of your car. STANDARD
$5.00: a month. Glades Mercantile Mrs. Bessie Baxter and Haywood A

Company 255 E. Lake Avenue"} Pa* Baxter, was elected Woman of the ethyl-trademark, :..:
hokee 924-3597. 'Altf Year of the American Business OILIVIethyl I"I

Women's Association Wednesday
HOUSE FOR SALE: Almost new
24 at Fort Country
CB home. 3 br. 2 bath completely June Myers
Club. Now club president, she has
furnished $4OOO'ca8h including
owner's equity and furniture. Balance served as corresponding secretary

like rent. Also FOR'SAUSt: I I vice president, bulletin and scrap-
chairman. Miss Baxter wasa
5O acres of muck land on the old book
,Pahokee-Belle Glade Road. Price panelist on the scholarship com-
mittee at the Southeastern Dis-
reduced. See call
or Dan I Carpenter -

Realtor. Telephone 4-7163 res-Ashe-ville

idence 47235. July 3 tfc I I
[resident of Pahokee, now resides
FARM LAND FOR LEASE-960 I[I at the home of her sister and

acres South Bay Area 320 acres I I brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. John M.\ 'I I. KEEN- : Agent .
jp hokee1 area well ,developed, well: I Ogle in Ft. Myers.CLASSIFIED. : .
'drained. ,$$50.00 acre yearly lease 1 -:" : .
(''phone' 924- 111, Lewis' Buckner. ADS "AY Canal ,Point, ,. FloridaP"'e '.;,. .
' July 3 tfc I I I BIG DIVIDENDS _. '10:.:

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1 .a many ways-in Congress,in local governmentas Patrick Henry did in his famous speech. ;JT< :;. )

:,. in neighborhood activities. Some speak out for But you speak every bit as surely. And every. :f fi

- freedom in other languages, in other lands. bit as proudly. ' .{"';it t,,' :: "Xt

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PnrA, : Four The:" Everglades News Canal Point Florida 33438

Miss Ruthelle Vandegrrift, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brooks El- "

of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Vande- arbe'e had as" guests Sunday, Mr. t Visit Pine Island

I! f( PERSONAL NEWS NOTESMiss 1 grift Carolina.Mrs.is visiting. relatives in South Jensen and Mrs. Chuck Hall and family of : FOR AFishing

J. L.. Humphrey left Mon-I Mrs. Ruby Bush returned Mon- : Vacation
n I for visit with mother, day night from a visit with her .
Heather Reed and Ecgene Mrs. W. C. Y gnci son, day a her *
have returned from: Mrs. A. J. Harville, at Alamo, Ga. daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Reed, left Monday for Rochester, Walter I '
N. Y., where they will be the guestsof Gainesville where Walter attendee' Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Parker and I'Harold Elder, in Jacksonville. BURNHAM INNAir

their aunt and uncle, Mr. and pre-orlentatlon at University of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Foster Lassiter returned Conditioned Efficiencies
Mrs. James L. Inslee, and visit Florida where he will enroll In and Mrs. Julian Groover sailed i Friday from a weeks' visit

their grandmother, Mrs. Charles September.Dr. Monday night for Nassau where with his brothers and families at $35 wk. for 2 peopleFree

:Murphy.Mrs. and Mrs. W. C. Young and they will spend the week. Opp and Florala, Alabama. While Boat Ramp

Minter Collins returned to Amy Young had as their recent Jackie Thomas Joined his wife June there Masonic they attended celebration the 24th held of in Restaurant Nearby

her home last week from a visit house guest, Cliff Dillman, of Lake
and daughters at the home of her Florala.Mr. Phone OW 8-9851
with her sister in Orlando. She Worth.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe atF't.
home by her Kelly and St. James City, Fla.
was accompanied and Mrs. H. C. Clark
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Singletary Pierce this weekend and was
mother, Mrs. F. J. Winchester, of (Near Fort :Myers)
relatives -
Herman Earl, visiting
of Jacksonville, were the guest accompanied home Sunday by son are
to her home
Sebring, who :
last week of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas. in Andalusia, Ala. I
over the weekend.Mr. .
Mrs. Ray Singletary.Lee .
and Mrs. Lewis Collins were
Wroten and Howard Holman
weekend of her ,
the guests parents
business -
returned this week from a
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson in St. i
and Alabama.
trip to Georgia
Petersburg.Miss .
I' Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Elliott and
Jane Spencer is the guest
daughter, Elizabeth, of Jacksonville -
this week of her sister and family,
,I. are the house guests this .,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Whitcomb, In
week of his sister and family, Mr. I

St. Petersburg.Mrs. and Mrs. Lee Wroten. : Phone 9245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade X

Violet Hitchcock left this
Miss Cathy Young is the guestof
week for a visit with her mother Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Black and : : SALES and SERVICE

Mrs. A. M.- Pugh, who recently underwent son, Tom, In St. Petersburg.
surgery at Putman General 4w> Heating Air Conditioning Appliances
Staff Sgt. Don Avera has returned -

Hospital, Palatka, Fla. I to Springfield, Mass., where, ..... .....A.. ,. ": '' '' ''' .. '''.' .
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Ga., is the guest of his grand- Force. Mrs. Avera will remain for -
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parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hen- an extended visit with her mother. ,
derson and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Mrs. S. L. Lindsay.

''Barnes. Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Cardin and

Miss Diana Lawton and George son Brian, have returned from a

Lawton returned to their home in vacation with his uncle and aunt. .
St. Petersburg after a week's visit Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hicks, of sin
with Miss Becky Grimes and her Graniteville S. C. lu

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nance
Grimes.Mr. .
children, accompanied by her sister FOR FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY CUSTOMERSNow
and Mrs. George Ramey left Mrs. Polly Massingill, are
Friday for a visit with his mother, spending three weeks with her

Mrs. Mattie Ramey, and other relatives parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ogle,
in Springhill Kan. at Lake City, Tenn. it's a whole lot cheaper to go

Mr. and Mrs. Alex M. Johnson Mrs. Harry Levins, has returnedto ALL-ELECTRIC than to use a _

spent the weekend in Valdosta, her home in West Palm Beach
combination of services
after weeks visit with relativesand on
Ga., visiting their son and daught- a
er-in-law, Lt. and Mrs. Neely John friends in Pahokee.Mr. the farm and in your home.
son. Lt. Johnson is stationed at
and Mrs. Charles Story and
Moody Air Force Base, where he
children, have returned from a
serves as a Jet pilot instructor.
two,weeks' visit with his parentsat

Mrs. Lee Wroten and children New Rochell, N. Y.
Allen Bea and Kay returned Mon- FARM, ETTERk ,,-
Maj. L. W. Currier has returnedto
day from an overnight visit with
his base in Alexandria. Va. His
her mother, Mrs. Velva Baxter, of TAIL
wife and children, who accompanIed .
Naples where she the
him here, are remaining for an LrE -
Tides Motel.PRINCE. '
extended visit with her parents,

Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Barwick, of

.. Pahokee.
lrT fl'n'llrnflrrnlrn'lrn..lr7YflrT.flr7Yflt ,Ir7'i"I:' -d
Mrs. Leonard Brown and child- to
ren of West Palm Beach left this

THEATREPAIIOKEE week after a visit with her parents -

Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stevens.Mr. electrifyVOUR'
FLA. t
and Mrs. W. B. Reid and
Linda Reid left for a two week vacation -

SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY at Beaufort. S. C., Monday.Mr. F '. i
JULY B67"FLIPPER'S and Mrs. Bud Wilson are at <

NEWADVENTURE" honeymoon home in Pahokee trip to the following East Coast.a PAYS FARM r=;; ; %1i

Miss Velma Williams began
classes at the Florida 4a 4
College of Medical Technology In

Mrs. Pauline Amerson' Is able to : ....
be out and around following major ,. ..
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RUUUmUiiUJIiUWv..v.T] I ,'IP"'V-'fM" surgery at the local hospital. Switch from nagging backaches

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weary 'I,
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Reddy Kilowatt powered equipment

Cattle Sales ;- does every job faster, easier

. and better. Saves time, boosts

Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market ... production, increases profits.

which is owned and operated by more than 120 Unloads silos, conveys grains,

Florida Cattlemen. feeds livestock and poultry-

automatically. These machines have
You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here
been fiald they work!
at this Market. We make an effort at all times to proven

give an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give I For free advice about the ELECTRIC .

us a trial.SALES. "helpers" to suit your needs, just

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The Treasury explains why the new ones you. buy and the ones

you own now are better than ever

Q:.How does the new 3%% interest rate benefit me? check every six months for the life of the Bond.
You E Bonds at 75 of face value and the
buy ,,
A: With Series E Bonds the rate turns $18.?5 into
interest accumulates to H Bonds
months maturity. provide
$25.00 fourteen faster than the old rate.
income for living expenses, while E Bonds build! a
Your savings.increase faster your
nest egg for the future. That a why many retiredpeople
mature in just 7 years, 9 months. and families for
hold H Bonds saving say, a
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 B and series
works out to 2H%for the first year and.'half; then H Bonds?
a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity. At E Bonds: $25 (cost $18.75), $50 (cost $37.50), $100
Q: When did the new rate become effective? (cost $75.00), $200 (cost $150.00)), $500
(cost $375.00)), $1,000 (cost 750.00.
A: -1,1959. cost .
: $10,000 ( $7,500.00)
Q:Does the new rate change the Bonds I bought before H Bonds: $500, $1,000, $ *000 and 10000. They
June 1,1959? are priced at face value. i
A:All older E and H Bonds pay more now-an extra } Qs How"safe are U.S. Savings Bonds? ; ,J "
!.J- .. %9&" :from now on when held'to maturity. The increase
As Bonds absolutely riskless to
Savings! are an way
: takes effect in the first full interest period
save. The United States Government guaranteesvalue ,
after June L theTash! of your Bonds will not drop that it
Q:Will the Bonds I own automatically earn their:' new can only grow.fe .

rate? What if mjr Bonds should be lost, stolen or d.* i
A* Yes.. our oX nddoon't need to do a think just hold on to atroyed?

your As You can't lose. Boad purchased is recorded I
Q:When r E Bonds mature, will they keep on earning by the EVil anything 'happens to your \
imerost? Bonds they are repLoed-4e..

A:Yes.An autOmatic 1..,... ttatsdadpclvfegewent Cb Where can I buy Bends?
into effect along witfc the saw interest rate. TWa Ac'Buy B Benda at any bank-It takes only a few IDJnu.D -
means your K Bonds automatically keep earning ..... Buy automatically through the EayroU
., interest after maturity. Savings Plaawheny ouwadt.This Plan means you
%With the new' .interest.rate, should I cash In say aid cam havo'any.asooumt yon name aatoms.tfoaJ1y.dednetad -
Bonds.and.boy new aaiasTJU erary payday. Tfca Bond' .you :biry. by .

... No. Thaautomuo #'%>>!*.t> .. nr. ". := jnafalhaaanta. Your bank are win--deUyered taD your+ y'order' autams"too. .far H .
espary-rand In ahaoaiaiaty paaa jt is to yaur
tag ta.retain your present Bonds. .Haw tie I'h.Ip strengthen Aare ica'a .... powsie J
.How are series H Bonds 4UFe .. from ..... E wi.I b.r U.S. Savings Bonds? .

At Peace eiaia for military ati eogt ,
Bond? nvm y-money .
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:The Methodist Church Holy Nativity The Pahokee Church. ''' '

', Canal Point, Florida Episcopal 'Church 'O'f The NazareneRev. .
Pahokee #'
Max JL>. Jones. Pastor
Robert A. Shelley, Pastor ,
':', : SUNDAY:' Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar 433 Bacom Point Rd. ,.
Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 r.I
10:00: a. m.-Church School SUNDAY:
11:00: a. m.--:Morning Worship' 10 a. m.-Sunday School SERVICES:

6:30: p: m.-Youth Fellowship 11:00 a. m.-Worship. Service llfo 9:45 a.a. m m.-Sunday.-Sunday School Worship r, ...... . .,.,
7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship
6:30 p. m.-Juniors
MONDAY: South Side ChurchOf
p. m.-Sunday Evening
3:15: p. m.-Youth Choir practice '
/ ChristBelle Evangelistic Service ,rt.
7:30: p. m.Esther: Class meet- Glade across from 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer IN THE YEAR! 2COO.sarfc .ONLY 36 YEARS FROM NOW,,*,
Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 meeting.
.0:00 Bible Study "Where .
: a. m.- you are a stranger but
: 11:00 a. m.-Sermon once." 400,000,000, PERSONS.
8:00: p. 'm.-Woman's Society __ ..
6:30 m.-Evening Service w. FROM FLORIDA -

4} : I 6:30: p. m.-Wed. .Bible Study Church Of God, MINES-VITAL TO PLANT GROWTH-WILL HELP THE

- I St. Peter's Lutheran Barfield HighwayPahokee

\ First.. Methodist Church Belle Glade
j, Church Pahokee I J. W. Hughes Minister
1 J I August K roe ber, Pastor Phone 924.3736 u
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade
[t John A. BnJey, :Pastor. SUNDAY: SUNDAY:
( 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School
SUNDAY: Divine Services 11 A. M.
9:45: a. m.-Church School School 9:45 A. M. 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
. 7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser- I
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship I -
6:45: p m.-MYF The Church Of God
I, 7:45 p m.-EveninJ Worship :
7:30 p. m.Prayer Service
TUESDAY: Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal THURSDAY: affyvwwwwww
7:00: p m.-Vesper Choir prac Point Road f
\ ticeWEDNESDAY 7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ

.: : John H. Klnard. pastor Service. .
7:45: p. m.-MicLweek devo- 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School
tions 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service First Baptist
To Move Many New Hotels
8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir prac- 7:45: p. Evangelistic Service
ticeChurch 8:00 p. m. Tuesday V.L.B. Church, Pahokee To Boca RatonMr. Open In Florida

8:00 p. m. Thursday-W.M.B.'
Gutbrle W. Colvard Pastor
(a I' Everyone welcome. Special music SUNDAY::' and Mrs. Bob Maxson are TALLAHASSEE Hotel and
'I''and singing. 9:45 m.-Sunday School making plans to move to Boca Raton Restaurant Commissioner Robert
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship In the next few weeks wherehe Riedel has reported 1,025 operating
.1 125 N. W. Avenue D
Phone WY 6-3867 Canal Point I 7:30 p. .-Evening Worship will hold the position of head licenses were issued to new facUlties -
6:30 p. m.-Training Union basketball and "B" team football during May by the state
Belle Glade, Fta.UNDA'Y Baptist Church
WEDNESDAY: coach and teach American history. agency.
7:30 p. m.-Prnver Service I Coach Maxson has devoted the Riedel said 489 of the licenses
10:00: a. m.-Bible Study Lawrence Stewart, Pastor .-_ I
past seven years to the youth of went: to the public lodging estab-
jb,' 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship SUNDAY: I
' Glades Baptist ChurchRev. Pahokee High School where he was lishments and 536 to food service
7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School
head basketball coach and backfield operations. He said that as of Jan.
WEDNESDAY 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
football coach. He also 1, 1964, there
taught 60,475 licensesin
7:30 p. m.-Bible Study 6:30: p. m.-Training Union ( Jonathan L.Wolf)
.w. 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship Meets in Pahokee Lions Club Social Studies. effect in Florida.

i ;.1 CLASSIFIED ADS PAY WEDNESDAY: Building.- __. _______ _u_,_ __ _ __. __
BIO DIVIDENDS 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a. m.
PREACHINGS 11:00: a. m. and
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i : After Vacation St. Mary's Catholic

a. ChurchFather
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', 't 4.}:. Do You Plan To Build?' Sunday Francis Mass -11:80.a.Fennech, m.Confessions Pastox. }

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; Right now, of course; :folks; in the Glades (First hurch'Can Baptist l:Point # .K

'::1.\\ are thinking about vacations.. With ,*d:
Elder Lester Reams i1 U
r;/" school out, crops 'harvested; everything : SUNDAY: .

' 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School
'! : : points to a few weeks',of"rest and 11:00: a. TO.-Morning' Worship

' 6:30 TO.;-B. 1. C.
: 1: recreation. Glades.folks;are entitled to 7:30,p.p..m.Evening;; Worship. .

rUESDAYS: tiF asL ,
' that after a busy Season. \ I 7:3Q:p't&.-Choir; practice.: i

,.ryy: ( J" ,,7 7:30 p.,. m.-Midweek Prayer:,.

However following vacation should you Service.
a ., ., THURSDAY;-Every other week
7:30 : nt-: -Ladies Auxiliary'Meeting. ( .
'. i" be interested in building a new ,home, .p .

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:; \ i you will do well to visit Everglades

:<\\, : Federal. Here you will find helpful Group Christian Of, Canal Science Point;

>: "I folks when it comes to arranging a Modern man's-need for a new

.'. J loan. Stop in at our office in Belle Glade an greater understanding of Deity R
. \ will be explored at Christian Sci-

or Pahokee. You'll be glad you did. ence churches Sunday, in a Bible"
t, Lesson-Sermon entitled "God.
"It is our ignorance of God the
divine which produces
Everglades federalSavings apparent discord and the right understanding -

ony"-this is of one Him of restores the references harm Gals On the Go Need Milk Gals 0

And Loan AssociationACCOUNTS which will be read from. "Science n the Go Need Milk Gals On the G
and Health with Key to the Scrip-
tures" by :Mary Baker Eddy (p. o Need Milk Gals On the Go Need
LOAN INSURANCE: CORP. The Golden Text is from Ha- Milk Gals On the Go Need Milk G
bakkuk: "The earth shall be filled the
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with the knowledge of the glory of
Let Your Earn 4Vi% Payable
: Semi-Annual the sea."Lord aa the waters cover the the Go Need Milk Gals On the Go

., b.- Need Milk Gals On the Go Need N

-: .PAHOKEE BELLE GLADE hassee:Mrs. U Ida the Larrimore guest of'Mr.of and-Mr Talla-. Ink Gals, On the Go Need Milk Ga

Carl David Dvi Larrimore., .*ntt; baiS&* dson. Iii oD'ilre Go Need Milk Gait- On I

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r. Page Eight The Everglades News.Canal Point. Florida 33438 Friday July 3, 1364
pageant in London. James L. Deal of Statesboro, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gamble left Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Chastain and
f: Own Beauty Contest Thme poolside coronation at the Ga., arrived at the home of his Friday for a vacation in Georgiaand sons Johnny Steve and Philip of
rr Cape Coral Yacht and Racquet Louisiana. They were joinedby Thomasville Ga., were the over-
CORAL-Carole Hale, father and mother-in-law, Mr. and
CAPE! a I their son, Danny, in Deland I night guests of her parents Mr;
University of Miami senior who Club climaxed the three-day pag-I Mrs. B. C. Sims Wednesday and
where he has been attending bask- and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux enrouteto
second last eant. The contestants paraded in was his wife ,
finished year was accompanied home by I
etball school at Stetson University.Mrs. visit their daughter and son-
crowned Miss Florida World of bathing suits evening gowns and and children Friday. Mrs. Deal has '
I M. in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ulmer, at
1964 recently at Cape Coral. !answered questions to demonstrate been the guest of her mother for I .
able to
J. Bordeaux was
The 21-year-old beauty topped 39.poise and personality. I I several weeks while her father was . -
.. Memorial return to her home after being ai I
other contestants in the a patient at Everglades .
H. F. :Meade has'returned
lion to represent Florida in compeu-I CLASSIFIED ADS PAY I'hospital. Mr. Sims is now recupe- patient at: Everglades Memorial to her home following surgery' at
In August for the:Miss> BIO DIVIDENDS rating at his home1. hospital. I:the local hospital.

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