The Everglades news
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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: September 18, 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: UF00079910:00405
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Ag Committee Is Sheriff AuxiliaryWill Guy Wood Assumes Mrs. Bleech's Brother Holland Campaign

Died In PittsburghCharles
Meet Sunday

BallotFarmers Police Chief JobAt I Office Is OpenedCounty
Named By A' special meeting of member S. Brooks, 77, of Pittsburgh -
Penn., and West Palm
of the sheriff's auxiliary will 1 beheld Monday night's regular meeting Beach, died Saturday Sept. 5, i in Campaign headquartersfor
recently elected t to at the Glades Office Buildln{;'
service L. Holland
Stab1l1- of the Pahokee city''' council, Pittsburgh. Funeral wei Senator Spessard
serve as the Agricultural ASC at 7:30: p. m. Sunday. Guy Wood who has been acting held the following Tuesday. J\lr. will be opened} today at 209 South
and Conservation ( )
zation The meeting has been called by chief of police since the resignation + Brooks la survived by his wif< Olive Avenue in West Palm Beach.
Committee for the -
County include: Chairman, A. Ft. Lt. Charles la Fayette, who head of Police Chief Leon Guthrie', :Mrs. Rose Brooks of Pittsburg according to R. K. Kramer, Hol-
year Canal Point Vic< the volunteer group of 41 men' was named as temporary head of and West Palm Beach; one son, land's county campaign manager.
Harrington\ ; police department. He wil Richard, West Palm Beach; two The headquarters will be open
Chairman, E. E. Cooper, Boynton bers.A city
C. A regular meeting time will be I carry the title of supervisor of daughters, Mrs. Helen Newcomer daily. Monday through Saturday,
Beach; Regular Member discussed La F'ayette stated, another public safety because the city and Mrs. Jean Sweet both of Pittsburgh from 9:30: a. m. to 5:30 p. m.
Lake Harbor First Alternate
Thomas Member Joe ; Friedheim, items of business will 00 charter says that the police chic :I and one sister Mrs. O. n.. "through election day, November
handled at that time. I' shall be named by the voters t tn Bleech, Pahokee. 3id Kramer added. Telephony
Second Alternat<
Belle Glade; .. 8326477.
number is
Member E. F. Froehlich West I I election. his scvent! Senator Holland will not be able
Education Guthrie was serving ;
Palm Adult FAU Enrollment because the
The election was held at a county two-year term of office. He haft to attend the opening
convention on Sept. 10, 1964, at I been re-elected to the post in May, : Senate is still in session' and he is

Glade.the ASCS Electors office located were in farmers Bell* Available PahokeeThis last His decision month. He to listed resign as came his rensot about Is Disappointing Iin Washington.Senator However will be Florida'sSenior visiting,

chosen as convention delegates ir ,\ for quitting the health of his wifeWood throughout the county sometimein
:recent ASC community committee year the Department of I is a former guard at thl"< People of Florida interested i in October and his itinerary will
elections throughout the coon Adult and Veteran education of ; Glades Correctional Institution, I the future of Florida Atlantic University be announced shortly.
the Palm Beach County School; Belle Glade, and prior to that dut,:. at Boca Raton were keenl; Holland, a native born Floriclan
ty.Chairman Harrington points out has expanded its centers to inched served in a similar capacity 1 in'' disappointed at the poor showin- was first elected to the Senate in

that the ASC county and commun one at Pahokee' High School Memphis, Tenn made at enrollment time with i a 1010( and has been returned to of-
farmer-committee's are in Classes in English, Social Studies, total of only 784 students. WeJl) fice in 1052 and 1058. His Senate
ity -e.
of local administration oi Mathematics, Science, Art, Indust wishers of the modern space age assignments include the Committee -
charge rial Arts Bookkeeping and Typing;; Folks university were all of the opinion on Appropriations, Committeeon
national farm as
such programs 7,430 Getting
the Agricultural Conservation have already been oranized and an that at least 2,000 students would Aeronautical and Space Sciences -
the following schedule: dotted line opening, Committee' on Agriculture
meeting the
sign on
the feed grain program
wheat ,, Monday Evening, 7:30: to 10:30: State Welfare AidRev. I and Forestry Senate Democratic
the voluntary program
day.When Joint
Social Studies. closed at Steering Committee and
allotments and marketing English' the books were
acreage quotas, the National Wool Pro Tuesday Evening, 7:30: to 10:30: t the end of the day on Monday; Committee on Reduction of Non-

the Sugar Program, com Mathematics, Science. Paul M. Cassen chairman afternoon of this week, long faces essential Federal Spending.
modity loans, and storage facility 'Wednesday Evening, 7:30: to of District' ,'1O Welfare Board ol were to be seen everywhere or Holland attended public schoolsin
loans. ,1O:30. Art. y *. the State Department of Public campus 'from the office ofvPresident Bat-tow. Florida, Emory Univer-

The ASC county office at West Thursday Evening, 7:30: ,to Welfare ,reported that in Palm Williams to the lowest sale sity and the"Universlty-ot"Florlda.;
Palm Beach is headquarters for 10:30: Bookkeeping, Typing, Industrial Beach County 7430 Persons were ried worker on the University pay- He served an Florida's, "Wartime
the county committee, and servesas Arts. assisted in the four categories oi' roll. All alike had hoped 'that the Governor"'and,prior to being elect-.
the farmers' local contact for There is no charge other than c a public assistance for the month ni total would be nearly three time ed governor was a State Senator.As
business connected with participation $3.0O registration fee for each! August, 1964. what the official record showed ai Florida's senior senator, Holland -

in the programs administeredby course plus a small charge for A total of 2153 persons receivedOld the end of the day. has promoted this state as, a
the committees. books and materials used. A class Age Assistance in the amount No reason has been forthcoming Space Center increased the agri-
In Home Economics will be offered:! of $104,816. 119 persons received from officials of the University aA culture'' wealth won flood control
If enough people show an interest Aid to the Blind, totaling $6,970. to what happened to keep a record projects and obtained aid for highways

Lions Group HearsRev.W.Ooland Enrollment for any of the courseIs -! 1,150:> families, representing 3728 enrollment from signing' up for the bridges, harbors and water-

still open. If you are interested,, children, received Aid to Dependent first year's instruction at the recently ways.
please call the High School office Children in the amount of constructed school. Junior; Holland was in north Florida

: ((024-3801)( for full particulars $7O,072. 511 persons received Aid colleges in the state have taker last week helping government officials -
These courses may be taken for:' to the Disabled in the amount of their fair share of students! and on their inspection of the

Rev. William R. Boland, pastorof High School Credit or for Self-Im $27,008. other Universities are bulging I at devastated areas hit by hurricane

the Belle Glade Methodist Church provement. In addition 415. children received the seams. Time will tell Just what Dora. .
-i the month, 244 about the keen -
entertained the Pahokee Lions service during happened to bring
Club with a program of music and I of whom were in foster homes. The disappointment felt by all who arc Funeral Services
a display of musical instruments I Members Faculty total state' and local cost for these wishing great things for the new

at the Lions Club meeting Tuesdaynoon. I I child; welfare services was $16- school. -

Rev. Boland was introducedby Meet PTA MembersDr. 10O31. a. For W. H. Guthrie
Rev. John Briley, pastor of the There were 6 adoption petitions
First Methodist Church of Paho studied' for the Circuit Court.

kee. In the short business meetingit Richard Lane presided at the rhpe are children placed in homes PTA Group Hears William Harvey Guthrie, 5O, of
was announced that.the annual first P. T. A. meeting of the new independent of service through a Port :Mayaca.died Friday. Survivors -

. light bulb sale would begin October school year'Monday night and presented licensed child placing agency and W. FultonMembers Include'.his widow .Kr Ivon ,

. #g ', ', 9.' A board meeting followed ,the ,to the parents) of Pahokee 1 the Welfare: Board responsible Robert Guthrie,, of Fort: Myers t;two,sons,
F .' "..>' regular meeting :school students the members of I II according to law to make these DarryJ>I of Fort Myers' and William

I the elementary and high school ; reports to the court. of the P. T. A. in Canal'oint Harvey Jr., of the U. S. Army in
r ''acuity. Bill Howard introduced In addition to Rev. Cassen Palm Germany; two daughters' Mrs.
to the
Last Rites For Mrs.CeletaFigentzer Brooks i is also representedn were Introduced Houston
the elementary faculty and Beach County leather( Chrlstessen of
Henderson the?' faculty of the high the District Ten Welfare Board beaching staff at the Monday Tex., and Miss Venna Guthrie of
ichool. ijy J. F. Thomas, Jr., West Palm I light meeting held at the school. Fort Myers; his parents, Mr and

In the business session, Dr. Lane Beach. J. T. McMurrain, Delray I iV. W. White, principal, was assisted Mrs. R. L. Guthrie, of Port :Mayica -
announced the resignation of Mrs. Beach, Mrs. Wilda Tuft Lantana by P. T. A. president. Stanley ; a brother, Lawrence, ofustis
Funeral services were held in Mary Arthur Starling as secretary and Mrs. Marion Bleech. Pahokee. ; looks, in presenting each teacher : Fla.; three sisters, Mrs. Gil-
last Friday'for Mrs. Celeta of Mrs. Richard : Sinclair Knight
Tampa md the appointment - vith a gift. bert Davis. ,Mrs.
Figentzer, 74, who died the Sat- Nason to the post. Members Mrs. Mosley county supervisor, and Mrs. H. A. McNeece all of Delay -

urday before in her home town of voted to receive the recommenda- Belle Glade City vas introduced as a guest. The Beach, and four grandchildren.
St. Louis, Mo. She was a native of I lon of the executive board that speaker for the evening was Robert Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. .

Jasper, Florida, and had lived in he Halloween carnival be held Fulton, principal of the Sea- Monday at Wetherington Funeral -
St. Louis for 20 years. Saturday night October 31 with Election Tuesday I Test High school in Delray, who Home in Pahokee.
Survivors include three sons, Joe lay Hawk to choose the site. spoke on "Education Yesterday,
Pasco Parker, Canal Point:' Mack Room count was won by Miss: Today and Tomorrow." .a
Parker, Kwajalein, and Gordon tale's: grade and Mr. Mcll- The annual city election was held Room count was won by Mrs.
Parker, Atlanta; four I'\rain's 7th grade home' room. In Belle' Glade Tuesday and LeBron I Barker's 6th grade. Following the I Brother Of Otto

Chloe Johnson and si8ters-Mrs.1 Williams, Belle Glade undertaker, I meeting refreshments were servedy I Bleech Passes Away '
Stewart. Ray City ; RETURNS: TO MIAMI won re-election to the city council > the mothers of 6th grade stu- ,
and has re- over Curtis Slade, furniture
Emma Langdale :Miss Velma Williams I lents. Miles R. Bleech 79, brother of
Bennett, Tampa.Mr. I I urned to her studies at Florida dealer. Williams was serving his Die late O. R. Bleech of Pahokee
and Mrs. Joe P. Parker and: College of Medical' Technology in first term as mayor of the city.
1 VISIT and Mrs. Colvin Parker, Jackson-
son, Ricky returned to their:homein Miami following: a visit with Mr. In a three man race for another DOME FROM
Canal Point over' the weekend md Mrs. John Hare'and''their son commission: seat:;; the incumbent. Mrs. J. E. Williams has returned I Mile, died Monday Sept. 7 in Jack-
visit with her son-in-law ion, Mich. Services were held
following the funeral" Tampa. Ronnie in Dalton.Ga. Palmer January was defeated and I from a
- - there will be run-off between Dr. ind daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John 'rhursday, Sept. 10. Mrs. Parker.
Nelson and family at St. Augustine lad been the house guest of her
C. Bowen.Dr.
'W. and John L. Grady and H. I
Mr. and Mrs. E. Barwick Mr, and Mrs. Charles Story '
Mr. and sister-in-law Mrs. O. R. Bleech
the high vote getter and her son and family
with spent this weekend in :Mluni Grady was .
have returned from .a vlslt family
I Lfrs. John Williams in Orlando* and flew home immediately.EslaJ'Shecl924 .
relatives in Thomasvffle.. Oa. ,vif Iting friends. : in : ? '



Friday. September 18, 1964
Page Two The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida 33438
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of orange juice one dozen
Boys Ranch Gets I The new dual-purpose buildingwill three-minute eggs biscuits, and

$90,000 CafetoriumLIVE serve as a Central dining hall pots and pots of tea.
and auditorium. A cottage now The Beatles indulge in no wines:

OAK-A $90,000 cafetor-)used as a temporary dining hall or alcohol and never eat sweets.So .
C J F ium will be dedicated at the Flor- will be converted into living quarters that's it, kids! From now on
Ida Sheriffs Boys Ranch 11 miles+ for 20 more boys and Increasethe it's Florida orange Juice for every
north of here, September 27 in Boys Ranch enrollment to 80. one.
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memory of Jim and Rena Swick, -
former owners of Copeland Sausage Teenagers LikeState's Mrs. Ollie Adams and Mrs. Georgia -
[I Co., who lost their lives in Blair left Saturday for a visit
Jacksonville's Hotel Roosevelt fire. Orange Juice I I with relatives in Glennwood, Ga..
Program Chairman A. D. Davis,
president of Winn-Dixie1 Stores:, LAKELAND-Orange juice is

Inc., said the dedication rites will bound to be one of the favorite I ID g .iiMii 'II.\lI! II iIUI,
The Rardin Building In Canal Point FloridaTHE feature an address by Jacksonville|drinks of all time among teen
After all, the Beatles drink
Burns Democratic
Mayor Haydon |
LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF Nominee for Governor, and will be orange juice' regularly for break I I PRINCE THEATREPAIIOKEE

climaxed with a ribbon cutting fast.The
I I Florida Citrus Commissionhas FIA.'
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing ceremony by members of th+
Swick family. reported that Clementine Pad-
I dleford, food editor of the New
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without Open to the public the program"will
)York Herald Tribune has uncovered SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY
begin with a free barbecue
Interruption Every Week for 40 Years I
provided by friends of the Ranchat the Beatle tastes in foods. Miss! SEPTEMBER 20-21-22
Established March 11; 1924 Published Every Friday 12:30: p. m. The dedication will Paddleford, who is a former judg
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe follow at 2 p. m. in the Florida Citrus Commission's "THE NEWINTERNS"
Orange Dessert Contest reports
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office Davis said the Swicks were' gen .
that the Beatles
In Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter hardly ever vary
erous supporters of the Boy|from their breakfast of corn STARRING

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, PublisherMrs. Ranch during their lifetime; and flakes, orange Juice, eggs, water MICHAEL CALLAN AND
after the hotel fire on December biscuits and tea. BARBARA EDEN
Gertie Williams flew to 28, 1963 a large donation from The four singing stars, in fact
Asheville: N. C., and will drive her Pahokee Men Are their: estate provided a major por- generally order four individual
mother Mrs. P. :M. Gate Sr., to Members Of MarinesCAMP tion of the financing for the cafe- packages of corn flakes, two I I j..v W; IIW UW-'II!;

her home in Leesburg. Mrs. Williams _.
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is expected to return to her ,
home in Palm Beach PICKETT VA (FHTNC) ii4A>iAttAi4Ai3Al 4Af{ > t++*++*+tyy+t+*t***p{ >iitA'{'hi iai6tA>iftAtiA44 iffi>i
summer on -David J. Fountain, USMC: son of M i 4 4 P V Y z V Y Y it Y 4 'l Y Y V 1F 4 Y 1F 1h Y M 7r Y 4
Wednesday.BOYS. *
:Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Fountain of 476

West :Main St., Pahokee and Marine t
Corporal James R. McElhen- 4>

ny, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Mc- fit
Elhenny of 240 Bacom Point Road #

Pahokee members of the First f Phone 9245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade ,
: Battalion Sixth Marine Regiment

Second Marine Division, based at y' SALES and SERVICE M'A

Camp Lejeune N. C.. participatedin 01 {?j,

a guerrilla warfare exercise iy: Heating Air
Sept. 1-1O at Camp Pickett Va. Conditioning Appliances v

The exercise called "Operation
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8 THROUGH 13 Grassroots will be conductedwith {
units of the U. S. Army and
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the Second Marine Aircraft Wing, -- ------- ------

ENTER OURFREE with civilians living in the vicinityof
Camp Pickett acting the roles
of "guerrilla force sympathizers."
It is an annual exercise conducted -
under the auspices of the Four-
th Marine Expeditionary Brigade
an alert force of various battal- '
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ions of the Second Marine Division <" (: ,
and supporting elements.

I' .J

I Projects PlannedFor ...
Kennedy Area T-

Development Commission will 'prepare -
a development plan for two w y5

cities near the Cape Kennedy mis- \.
sile test center.
The project, to cost $77,556: will YOU
prepare development projects for
AND the cities of Eau Gallic and Mel- .
bourne. A federal grant of $51.7O4: \ STILL
3 f gs .'.
will be supplemented with $28,852
coming from the two cities. :.y is : j MISSING :.,'f
KICKcompetition' The project will include mappingland } }

population and economic v ?v5r "j THE
studies land use and thoroughfareplans h.i" si
community facilities and BETTER
special area plans, public improve- t
ment programs and proposed revisions HALF?
in rezoning and subdivision
control regulations.
Chairman Wendell Jarrard said
technical work on 'the project
would be performed by a private

:NOW-f i consulting the commission..tflrm' under contract to "'t'Z.


New College OpenedIn

REGISTER 'City 'Of Sarasota

SARASOTA Florida's '''latest
venture into higher education 'got e.eeee.eee.. . .. '

.''.Bthw1NS underway of Sarasota Sept.received'.when'''New its charter OolWge l--. ,_Ilk. ';y..r ..wr "s.t.,COLOR TV: '

fie. -s...e..a.ees
class of 100 student from <28 ... ..i
states 'and 'three* foreign nations. \.. .y- ,;
Dedicated intellectual curios ', -
"Warm-up Jacket, place-kirk- ..
ity. 'New College courses of study ..
er outfit, and Autographed football J .
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social .
will Include'natural sciences
or a handsome. '&K trophy. Com sciences 'and the humanities.! And Mate' y.*r new et Color TV.' Move 4ke old set into the Jd&t'. \
pete only with"boys'your own age.It's room Or den for added HARMONY IN THE HOME. '
1 M O per cent of the students come "
free! Ifa-ftm! FRSE instruction -
l book, bike reflector and I from the top 25 per cent of their Color- television prices start lower than ever now .>wwd it
I '1 P&K cap'"'for 1''registering. Get I classes. Most rank in the OStlt percentile oosta you less to enjoy. Because the recent $10 million rate '

.. FREE Jacket patch when you com in the nation. reduction now makes the average price paid per residential
will be in ... i
_,' pete. Bring Dad to see the '65: I Teaching primarily kilowatt ur31"LESSlhanitwu'10 yews ago.
fords. Sign up and get full details small seminars with very few 1
., at . . 'large lecture groups. Students will
.be exposed to all members of the For the bat In cbclrfe home entertainment... '
'Motor Co. !faculty to stress the unity and interrelationship :$ enjoy th*,Magic 3-AM/FU Radio SttnoHiFi Q ,
l.Pahokee : 1 of knowledge. ,and Color TV. SEE YOUR DEALER. 1
,Until Christmas vacation, all .
y ., ., 154 E. Main students will live at the Landmark 1tt7R.e)"' ,
Hotel on Lido Key. After the .
Phone 924-7126 Christmas holidays, three residence ... "'AI* TttAH syta1 \

I courts designed' by the famed architect '. -FLORIDA 1 POWER ft LIGHT .' 'p 'A Y
I I! I. M. Pel of New York are expected -

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Mrs. O. R. Bleech has returned
from a weekend visit with Mr. and
b t Mrs. A. G. Crawford in St. Cloud.

Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Sims and

their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. 2 ,

I James Sims, spent this past week- PAHOKEE & BELLE GLADE SCHEDULES
end as the guests of Mrs. Sima'brother -
and sister-in-law, Mr. and


!1 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gillis are HOME GAMES
vacationing with relatives in i iII

:/ northwestern Florida and Ala- Forest Hill ----_----.-.... .-...-._---...__ Oct. 2 Vero Beach -----------.-----.........._..- Sept. 18
-Jr bama.

Riviera Beach ..-........................... Oct. 16 Lake Worth ......_.u.-- Oct. 2

:I. is Mrs.the guest Emma this Wheeler week'of of Lakeland her son- I Martin County (Stuart) ............ Oct. 30 Clewiston .._.......________.............._.... Oct. 16

.i., in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. I II Palm Beach Hi _..__.... ......._.._u_ Nov. 13 Seacrest (Delray) ........ .........._ Oct. 30

Jess Elliott. Belle ." Nov. 25 Fort Pie 13

Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wilson recently GladeGAMES.WAY" ceGAMES"AWAYNov.

:' returned from Cochran, Ga.,

w: where for they her aunt attended, Mrs.funeral S. G. Kelly.services k_ Clewiston .................... ..-.......... Sept. 18 Forest Hill ..-_ -..............--............ Sept. 25 :1
5 wt<< Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Davis and Vero Beach ...._............u............ Sept. 25 Riviera Beach ......._..............._...... Oct. 9 k

:"J son David, recently returned from Lake Worth ....._............_.._....... .. Oct.. 9 Stuart _......... .-.._........................ Oct. 23 I

1, spent Hendersonville the summer., N. C., where they Seacrest (Delray) _............._......_ Nov. (0) Palm Beach Hi ._____....__..___.......... Nov. 6 ,g\:I\

ct Mr. Fort Pierce _..___...._...... ---....-__.... Nov. 20 Pahokee ____.__.._-u.u.u Nov. 25
and Mrs. Lon Wilson plan to

accompany Linda Wilson their, 'to daughter Cuthbert, Miss Ga., Glades Chemical CompanyLAKE !!

where she will enroll as a fresh-
man in Andrews College Mr. and

t t'. Mrs. Wilson will visit relatives in HARBOR, FLORIDA PAHOKEE, FLORIDA lij
Georgia and their daughter and
;, family Mr. and Mrs. B. Elliott, In i
Tallahassee -- -- --
If before returning home.
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Mrs. Mary Hammond plans to
leave this weekend for a vacation Avon Park Man Is scoping steering column to give
greater driving comfort for Cor-
spent with relatives in Mississippi YOUR GOVERNMENT Farm Bureau Head
J. and Tennessee. : valrs and Corvettes.
{tz With Its new models, Chevrolet
Mr. and Mrs. Inman Weeks are . A WEEKLY REPORT BY GAINESVILLE James P. hopes this year to establish its
i vacationing at their summer home .( Turnbull, Avon Park citrus grower third successive industry sales

in Cleveland, Tenn., where they and cattleman, will Join the Flor- mark, S. E. Knudsen, general manager -
plan to spend several weeks. 1i1: ;' 2S. ida Farm Bureau Federation Sep- declared.
tember 15: as organizational field-
J Mr. and Mrs R. W. Burks of I man in South Florida. "F'or 1965, Chevrolet is keeping

Griffin, Ga., have returned to their 'H- FARRIS BRYANT Turnbull, who replaces Charlie pace with the public's growing
home after a visit with his sister Governor of FloridaAs Collins, also of Avon Park, will preference for prestige transportation
i and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs work with county Farm Bureauson with the widest possible cus-
: Claude Shirley.Classified. recently as 1947 many South streams few, dams are not prac-! organizational activities of the tomer choice of options and fea-
Florida homeowners had the experience tical. The Flood Control District tures to fit Individual needs," he
33,000 member farm group
,of rowing a boat across had to create water storage areas. said.
throughout a 14-county area from
I their front yard and wading They started by using ,Lake Indian River County South.A Following are highlights of the
Ads through their living room. Okeechobee' .'aa a controlled water former ctiy clerk in Avon five members of Chevrolet's "famUy" -

Twenty years ago seven of every I storage area. Then, with earth' Park for two terms Turnbull has for 1965:
10 acres in South Florida were dikes, they created three huge reservoirs been active in Junior Chamber ofCommerce' Regular Chevrolet The top
POSITIVELY all want ads or continually submerged, and 19 of south of it.
; Red Cross, PTA, and selling line Is an entirely new automobile -
classifieds, as you wish to call every 20 acres flooded periodically.The These conservation areas, cover-
Farm Bureau for 1965.:
affairs in Highlands It Is the most lux-
them, are payable in advance from Central and Southern Flor- Ing more than the state of Rhod urious
County. car ever offered by Chev-
his day forward. Don't phone 'em. ida Flood Control District has Island, gave the" District some Turnbull, 32, attended Sewanee rolet.
Write it and drop a dollar bill in made past history of this sort of place to put the rainy season. And Tennessee Fifteen
Military Academy, Sewanee models in four series
the envelope if you want it. run thing in Florida. because the unwanted water has
and Florida State University stress a bigger car concept. The
once. $2 if you want it run twice The live in what not been to
\ and so reason you can dumped out seaaswould He Is married to the former new Chevrolet Is longer by more
I on. nature intended as a swamp of a be done if the Project were Margaret Ann Lawhon of Avon than three inches (to 213.1 inches).

h FOR SALE: New and Used Willys floodplain and still have a dry, I concerned only with drainage :Park and the father of eight child wider by 1% inches (to 79.6 inches)
comfortable home, a lush yard and the water is available for use during and one Inch lower
Jeep Walter Ashley's Garage (to a sport
In Belle Glade, Phone 6.3058. plenty of fresh, clear water from the dry months of the year. ren.Collins, who has held this posi- coupe height of 54.1 inches) than
Oct. 11- 4-ch the faucet-is conservation. More than 650: miles of canals tion for the past seven years, will 1964 models.
Conservation simply means "to ;have been dug to carry the waterto Join Ward's Nursery as a field Interiors offer greater roominess
HOUSE FOR SALE: Almost new save" and that is the Job of the and from these conservationareas representative. .-three Inches more shoulder room

OB home. 3 br 2 bath, completely Florida Flood Control District-to and counties, cities and --- --- -plus increased, leg room, both
furnished, $4,000 cash including save water, to save. land to save groups of landowners can now lace front and rear. Floor tunnels are
owner's equity and furniture. Balance property, even to save lives. their flood-prone land with small, Chevrolet Brings substantially smaller. The luggage
like rent. Also FOR+ SALE: Nature's own plan for conserva- secondary canals that empty into compartment has a flat floor for
SO acres of muck land on the old tion in South P'lorida-flood, long the larger primary canals. easier loading.
Pahokee-Belle Glade Road. Price periods of standing: ,water, then The land is so flat in South Out 1965 Models t

reduced. See or call Dan Carpenter drought-did not include man. Florida that the direction that
Realtor. Telephone 4-7153 .Only'a'. thin strip of coastal waterflows: is often determined by Personal ItemsMrs.
residence '
,". ., "<, 47235. 'S,tic and, where the* seas had created along the way the wind is blowing. So" ?,Chevrolet! ;.takes its longest stride
x July
? ?
*"" had'to into the fine car field with its 1965
'. - aeries of sand dunes we call the Flood Control District
'WIIA'J.'S IN TUB ATTIC that you the coastal ridge, was high and dry Install huge pumps to force water passenger cars plus'offering the W. M. DuBose left Monday
, ,i j. don't need? A:fl.OO classified ad during most of the" year." through the canals. widest variety ,of luxury models for Columbus, Ga., where she was
*n this column will probably find The early settlers built homos Eight of ,these giant pumps are: and product* features in Its 54-year called by the death of her mother-
/',', you a sale. Just writer your ad, en- along the coastal ridge* and lived already in operation with more on history.On in-law :Mrt Mary DuBose1, who
close a dollar and we'll do the rest. comfortably, but as Florida's cli- the way. If necessary, they can display in dealer showroomson has been ill for some time.
The Everglades News Canal Point mate drew more and more pepole pump 10 million gallons of water Thursday, Sept. 24th will be 45: Mrs. Leslie Lerdon of Pitts
:Fla. the ridge became crowded and men each minute-enough to supplythe models in five distinctive lines of burgh Pa. Is the guest of her

+ began to move westward Into. the daily water needs of Miami in new Chevrolets. Of these, 20, will parents. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
; SALE: Lunch Truck
fully Cowart.
fringe of the Everglades: I Just eight minutes. be "sport models" convertiblesand
Equipped has steam table. Coffee Mr.
: Attempts to drain and irrigate The stored water is used directly hardtops. and Mrs. Charles Boles and
Maker, Stove, Grill Ice Box of There are all-new cars in two daughter Temple,
small sections of the vast swamp by farmers for irrigation of Pensacola
For Lunch Wagon for' Field use. seemed to work at. first, but men their fields and for protection of lines: have returned to their home after
Sandwich or Meals. See Fred soon found they were upsetting the growing crops against frost dam- -The regular- Chevrolet, longtime several days visit with his parents
;\ English, Pahokee Cafe. 918p. balance of nature, making the age. City dwellers use I it indirectlyas industry sales leader, moves Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boles.

I floods and droughts more severe.It it seeps back into the earth to a new prestige plateau with' the I>. B. Watkins has returned to
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was clear that man must develop refilling the underground water greatest comfort and luxury ever his home after spending several
a conservation plannotjust supplies that furnish them water offered. I j days,| in Everglades Memorial Hos
for the entire for drinking cooking, -The' Corvair makes a dramatic
H a drainage plan, bathing,
oonomy mo l
l' sowing machine) region and the Flood Control DIstrict awn watering and countless other advance with Its first major stylIng I I pital.SSSSSS
r was created in 1949 to put uses. Industries can now move to change In five years. -ONE OF EVERY PONE
'1 bySINCER into action such a plan. Florida with the assurance of a Customer approved design, with I I VISITORS FOR THE IS SEEING FLORIDA
The purpose of the plan is sim- stable water supply. significant styling refinement Is IPage
.... pIe: to remove water from the I The conservation areas also continued for the Chevelle, Chevy I I

\ $5950 land rapidly during flood periodsand ',create homes for all types of wildlife .11 and Corvette lines. The Corvee- ,I
store it for use during dry sea: and provide a million acre te also becomes the first American I
sons. But putting the plan into ac-I I,fishing hunting and camping car to provide four-wheel disc 4'R..E.eJr"1aM
l J lon was not so simple. The (I playground for Floridians and rakes as standard equipment. I -
method of storing water is to damp visitors. Among approximately 400 accessories -
Glades Mercantile Co. a stream, allowing the water to I I I . I and optional feature* ivall- Wild A f
collect in a watershed area behind I I Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Cruthirds able on 1965 Chevrolets Is the l 'E
S 205 SOUTH LAKE AVE. I,the dam. However in Florida, |I I and sons Jolinny: and Paul, recently first FM stereo system offered ban -: .r/lii rVOratiNuwS ,.
\ . ""' PAHOKEE, FLORIDA 'where the land ,is flat and natural moved to Alton, rue auto maker, Another is! a tele- I ".. F C..A 'tvuRliM
_. sruawa CGuMrrsa _
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Friday September 18, 1964
The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida 33433.. Page Flv9MR.
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I at 433.239 were up 49,460 over the employment was curtailed by a
Joint Meeting By II previous twelve months. I damaging freeze.

I. "These figures indicate an increasing Job placements for young people
R .w The Garden Clubs level of economic
high under 22 years of age showed a ten
activity in Florida and stepped up thousand gain to 56,172. And
service to the employer and workerby workers over 45 held their own
A covered dish dinner held at the
the State Employment Service with a slight gain of 477 to 50,931.
Lions club building in Pahokee ." Brown said. Handicapped workers placed in
8 opened the fall meetings of the Pa Every CTte.jorv o' F"-*..7'Trs -. '.,.'- .... .",, *?-"''''lo:'' 1ent Service

hokee Garden Club the Canal Service activity registered gainti. topped 1962.63 by 491 for a totalof
i I' Brown said.Nonfarm 1O096.
Point Garden Club and the Sod I a _
Dusters. Mrs. Duke Tucker, presi- placements at 258,410
.1<' of the Canal Point club served'\ were six thousand above the com I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spencer and
as mistress of ceremony. I parable 1062-63 period. Ii j i children, Jane and Johnny, spent
The invocation was given byjlrs. I Farm placements at 174,82: Sunday as the guest of their
khM. R. J. Schroder. Among the showed a sharp Jump of 43.351!' I daughter, Miss Kathleen Spencer

o zany guests were Mayor and Mrs. I'I'i' over the 1962-63 period when farm at Mlani "prings. .

members - - - - --
Duncan Padgett and of
the city council and their wives. .-
E., a u u6 uf Administrator of Everglades

morial Hospital J. C. Simonds and ,"
members of the hospital board of 4 ,*.! 1

directors. a
:Mrs. Jess Elliott, chairman of
the hospital beautification board
_ I
introduced James E. Voss as the
: .f 1,' I guest speaker, Mr." Voss is th'I 6Ja

\ landscape architect for the new
: construction.The .
hospital now under
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hospitality committee svgs
't composed of the Sod Busters in

= *' } dH I charge of table arrangements Canal
Point in charge' of the kitchen
sfi .
I ments.and Pahokee the flower arrange- '

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Half Million Are i.v\. 1' .rJ


M State In Past Year
Two Local Young: Men In U. S. Air ForceSAN

TALLAHASSEE-State Industrial ANTONIO, Tex.-Two Canal Point young men are being assigned -
Commission Chairman Worley
to Amarillo AFB. Texas, to attend technical training course3
Brown today reported close to half
following completion of their initial U. S. Air Force basic military
million the
a job placements by
training at Lackland AFB. Texas. Airman George M. (Mike) Maxson,
AND MRS. JOHN I?. COCHRAN Florida State Employment Service son of Mr." and Mrs. Earl N. Maxson will attend a course for supply
for the 12-month period ending specialists. Airman David H. Kautz, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Kautz.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. James \V. Vann was the scene September June 30.Brown. will be trained as a personnel specialist. The airmen are graduates of
6, at 5 p. m. of the wedding of Miss Carolyn Sellers and John D. Coch-I said total job placements Pahokee High School.
ran. Rev. John A. Briley, pastor of the First Methodist Church in Pa-
hokee, officiated. The couple will make their home in San Diego, I .

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Meet Regulations ;;


ATLANTA-"Last year almost

,3. s 7,000 minors under 16 years of age Vt

were found employed on farms :

during school hours in violation of
the Fair Labor Standards Act." -

I This fact was pointed out by
I I Henry A. Huettner Regional Director
of the U. S. Labor Depart
i ment's Wage and Hour and Public

! Contracts Divisions, in issuing a
reminder on the provisions of the
law to farmers and contractorswho
expect to hire young workers
imum for the employment of childto -
: .
help with the fall harvest. a

The Act sets a 16-year age minI
I ren in agriculture during school
MISS LORETTA BARFIELD hours and applies to children of
migratory workers as well as to
local children. The' only exceptionis PAHOKEE BLUE DEVILS
where a child is working exclus-
Loretta BarfieldTo
ively for his parents or guardianson

Wed J. L. Pate their farm. Home Games Games Away
"The uneducated children of to-

Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Barfield of day are the unemployed workers of Forest Hill ........ Oct. 2 Clewiston ............ Sep. 18
Pahokee announce the engagementof tomorrow, Huettner said
their daughter Loretta Ernes- children who follow the crops are Riviera Beach .... Oct. 16 Vero Beach ........ Sep. 23;

Mr.tine, to Jesse Larry Pate, son Belle of usually more than educationally boys and girls disadvantaged who- Martin County... Oct. 30 Lake I Worth ........ Oct. 9
and Mrs.. J. B. Pate of

Glade. I do not work in the the fields.Divisions" find ,.Palm Beach .... Nov. 13 Seacrest .............. Nov. 6
Miss Barfield is a graduate
Pahokee High 'School class of j I some youngsters who are working Belle 'Glade ........ Nov. 25: Fort Pierce ........ Nov. 20rli'ryei'
1964. in the fields and have never at-

Mr. Pate also graduated in 1964 tended any school. Others may
from Belle Glade High School andis j i have gone to school but are usuallyin I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I '
grades below normal for their
now employed by Mr. and Mrs.
H. G. Edwards owners of Your
ages.Huettner said that children may BELLE GLADE GOLDEN RAMS
Food Store in Belle Glade. ,
legally work in agriculture outsideof
Wedding plans will be announced -
on weekendsand
school hours or
holidays but their place is in
Home Games Games
the classroom when school is in

Garden Club Hears session."All states also have child-labor Vero Beach ........ Sep. 18 Forest Hill ........ Sep. 25 '

Floyd Erickson laws," he said "and most have Lake Worth ........ Oct. 2 Riviera Beach .... Oct 9
school attendance laws. If the

Thursday afternoon members of standards differ from the federal Clewiston ........ ....Oct. 16 Stuart ......._....... Oct. 23 '
the Canal Point Garden Club met law, the higher standards apply. Seacrest ............ Oct. 30 Palm Beach ........ Nov. 6
at the home of the club president, S .
Mrs. which time Fort Pierce ........ Nov. 13 Pahokee ............ Nov. 25;
Duke Tucker at
Mr. and Mrs.: Julius Moon re-
they heard Erickson speakon
Floyd cently returned from Europe where
soil and insecticides. Mrs. C. B. .they toured some of the towns and oHJr+.i""-'.YrlS"8'o, .- I I I I I I I I I I I I I +++'.-...,..,+'rr'r i
Jones was in charge of the pro- '
{countries in which Mr. Moon was
gram and presented a Botany('I stationed during World War II. i
study entitled "Plants of the
I They were the guests of relatives
World." and friends in England Belgiumand Bank of PahokeeOldest

] France where they visited the

Miles Wilkinson, youngest son of invasion beach heads and in Germ-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilkinson is any where they spent the day in Bank in Palm Beach County Member F. D. I.: CI .

a patient at Everglades Memorial I East Berlin. They also visited
Hospital where he underwent surg- Switzerland and ended their vaca-
ery this week. J tion at the Riviera at Nice France.


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I Six The Everglades News, Canal Point; Florida 33438 "" Friday, September 18, 1961

I I'' It.. News Of The Chnrches II f .r BIRTHS r" rr I Educational Receives Educational ST approved PETERSBURG-The Television-Grants$173,000 TV Commissionhas In Florida grantsto

p ETV stations In Tampa. At the

The Methodist Church South Side ChurchOf The Pahokee Church'Of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert. Williams same time, the commission turned from
down a $73OOO request
Canal Point, FloridaJames ChristBelle The NazareneRev. of South Bay, announce the WJCT?. Jacksonville.
birth of a daughter, Gina Mart,
The Jacksonville station has not
Glade from born Sept. 9.
across Kilpatrick
W. Baugher Pastor work out contract
been able to a
Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 433 Bacom Point Rd. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Sullivan -
SUNDAY: with the Duval County School
.0:00: a. m.-Bible Study Phone 924-7028 P. O. Box 882 of Pahokee announce the
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School. 1:00: a. m.-Sermon SUNDAY SERVICES: birth of a son, Kenneth L., Jr., born I System to supply programs this
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship year, and the convulsion said the
6:30: p. m.-Evening Service 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School Sept. 10.
6:00: p. m.-Evening Worship 6:30: p. m,-WejI.,Bible.Study 11:00: a. m.-Sunday Worship Mr. and Mrs. Lional Hiedra of 'station did not qualify :for funds.
TUESDAY. : . The commission voted to provideup
Pahokee the birth of
announce a
6:30: p. m.Juniors 'I
8:00: p. m.-Woman' Society the of
to University
TuesdayWEDNESDAY St. Peter's Lutheran 7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening daughter, ,Dulce' Maria, born Sept.
lat South Florida to permit USF to
: EVangelistic Service 11.Mr. I qualify for S27OOOO In :federal'
Church, Belle Glade WEDNESDAY: and Mrs. William John
7:30 p. m.: Pjmjrer Meeting I I funds to get its Channel 16 station
; 7:30: p. m Midweek Prayer Waters of South Bay announce the
August Koerber Pastor meeting. birth of twin daughters Iva Lynn in operation.A .

First MethodistChurch 601'W. Lake Rd.. Belle Glade "Where you are a stranger but and Edith Gwen, born Sept. 11. I total of $93,000 was committed -
Pahokee SUNDAY: once." Mr. and Mrs. John Williams of I(i to WEDU, Tampa. The :funds
Divine Services 11 A. M. .. IOrlando announce the birth of a will be used for new equipment.In .
School 9:40 A. M. daughter, Sue'-Anne' born August I I a reorganization of the ETV
John A. Brlley Pastor . Church Of God
28. Paternal grandparents are Mr. commission, Glenn Marshall Jr.,

SUNDAY 9:45: a..: m.-Church School The Church Of God Barf ield Highway and Mrs. J E. Williams of Paho-1 I president of WJXT. Jacksonville,
kee. I was elected chairman to succeed
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Pahokee Fla. -.. i. Stan Witwer assistant executive
6:40: p. m.-1CYT Point Road editor of the St. Petersburg1'Times.
7:45 m.-Evening: J. W. Hughes :Minister
p. Jernigan Circle Dr. Myron Blue' director of the
Phone 924-3736
TUESDAY: John H. Kinard, pastor Florida Institute for Continuing
7:00: p. m.-Vesper Choir prac 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School SUNDAY: University Studies, and Dr. James
Names Officers
.. 9:48: a. m.-Sunday School
ticsWEDNESDAY 11:00 Service
: a. m.-Preaching' 11:00 L. Watenbarger, director of thestate'
: a. m.-Morn1n. Worship
: 7:45: p. Evangelistic Service named
junior colleges, were
7:45: p. m.=Mid-week devotions 8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. 7:3O: p. Evangelistic ser-
members of the' excutive -
viceTUESDAY Election of officer wa held at
8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. '
8:30: p. in.-Senior Choir prac Everyone welcome. Special music : the'recent meeting of the Grace . m
tic.Glades. and 7:30: p. m.-.Prayer Service Jernigan circle of the Pahokee
.-. singing. . THURSDAY: First Baptist Church. At the meet- Rev. and Mrs. Ed Taylor of
7:3O: p. m.-Youth for Christ ing held at the home of Mrs. H. C. Clewiston, missionaries for mig-
Baptist Church Canal Point Service Graham, Mrs. Mary Hammond was rants with the Southern Baptist
S Baptist Church -. elected chairman; Miss Jane Plumer Convention :filled the pulpit at theI
r (Rev. Jonathan L. Wolf) First co-chairman; Mrs. J. L. Hum- I Canal Point Baptist Church Sun-
Meets in Pahokee Lions Club Lawrence Stewart Pastor Baptist phrey, secretary and special ser-I day and were the guests of Rev.

C: Building. SUNDAY: Church, Pahokee vices' chairman. Mrs. Frank' and Mrs. Lawrence. .Stewart.
} SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45: a. m. 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School Thompson was assisted by Mrs.
PREACHING::00 a. m. and 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Gutbrie W. Colvard. Pastor Wiley Tillls, Mrs. M. J. Sapp and Mrs. R. J. Whiteside is a patient

\ / 7:30: p. m. 6:30 p. m.-Training Union SUNDAY' Miss, Jane Plumer in presenting. in Everglades Memorial Hospital
SUNDAY B. Y. F.6:30: p. m. 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School the program. I due to a back injury.
WED. PRAYED 7:30: p. m. WEDNESDAY: 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship
I 6:00: m.-Evening Worship
7:30, p. m.-Prayer Meeting I p. :"-Ii'A.,111"mIl"IIi7\ 1i7"Yr11i"\1'It'A 'i'Ti"f'NI! -I 1 1i7IA irol I IiN.If'A"A"! I'"
Church Of Christ . t 6:45: p. m.-Training Union

St. Mary's Catholic WEDNESDAY 7:3O p. m.-Prayer: Service
125 N. W. Avenue D . .
Cattle Sales
Phone WY 83867Belle ChurchFather Monday
o\ Glade Fla. Holy Nativity . .

SUNDAY SERVICES Francis Fennech, Pastor 'Episcopal Church
10:00: a. m.-Bible Study\ Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m. Are regularly' held at the Glades ,Livestock Market

I 11:00: a. m.-Morning :Worship Confessions before. . Mass Pahokee which is owned and operated by more than 120
} 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship
Rev. Florida
L. Leasing Vicar
WEDNESDAY Christian Science ... SUNDAY 00' : Cattlemen.V

,l 7:30 p. m.-m. frfr Study Grot> Of Canal Point"We 10 a. m. -Surtday School You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here

11:00:; a. m.-Worship Service at this Market. We make an effort at all times to I .
First Bat ..e..
worship spiritually, only give an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give

Church, Canal Point as we cease to worship materially"will Pahokee WMU Has us a trial.
be one of the' themes at Christian Season Of Prayer
Elder Lester Reams Science churches this SUDI4a .1111111..1.111.t
I SUNDAY: The quotation is taken from "Sci ,
fte W. M.. U. of the Fart Baptist t:
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School ence and Health with Key to the p. m.
11:00 a. Worship Baker Church observed the State Seasorof I
: m.-Morning Scriptures" by Mary Eddyp.
6:30: p. m.-B. 1. C. ( 140). Prayer this week with a special I
7:30: p..,,m.-Evening Worship. ,The Bible Lesson is on "Mat- service1 Wednesday night at th : Glades Livestock Market

TUESDAYS" : ter" and includes this verse from regular prayer meeting service

WEDNESDAY 7:30: 'p. m.-Choir practice. John (ch. 4): "God.is a Spirit: and Mrs. Ralph Crews, general prayei r ASSOCIATION
: they that worship him must wor-
chairman in of th On Pahokee-Belle Glade(} Road
was charge e!
7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer ship him in spirit and in truth."
", Service.THURSDAYEvery . program, she was assisted bj Phone WY 6-3028
other week members from each circle wh:

/ 7:30: p. m.Ladles Auxiliary Baptist Mission took part in presenting "Watei
Meeting. For Those Who Thirst." <"-VI"'v.II'V..ll'L6j'L'1'LII f LII..MII I''VI''VI''V '''VI''VI..V..II..V..IIJA.II IIV I..V..II..VI
I . .
Revival To StartRevival -

J Scientists Will

services will begin Fri- "
Hear Hour LectureGod's day night Sept. 18 and continue
: 'through Sept.. 25, at the Pahokee :
Baptist Mission. Singing will begin 4-1 Pet. "

requirements for happi- each night at 7:3O: and the Evangelist " .
ness will be explored in a one-hour I is Rev. Jacob Bagby, Pastorof '- .. .,.!"MI <'.,/. ,.J' "o.J ,'" ,_'1' ".
Christian Science lecture in Belle Bethel Baptist Church In Ar-
1 Glade, Sunday. cadia.
j Roy J. Linnig is the speaker, Goals of 100 in Sunday School
1 2 under the sponsorship of First and 83 in Baptist Training Course Everglades Federal is the place to earn a
Church of Christ Scientist. It's a have been set :for' Sunday and 'an
public lecture and will be given at old-fashioned dinner-on-the-ground high dividend on your savings. Drop by'today -

3:15: P. M. in the Christian Sci- will be1 observed following the
1 at our Pahokee office or at the Home
ence Church. S. E. Ave., E at First, Morning Worship service.

..I Street. Title of the lecture is "The Rev. Horace Burgner Pastor nf office in Belle Glade and let us show you
Science of Happiness." the Mission, extends a cordial Invi-
Mr. Linnig is from Chicago, Illinois tation to everyone to come and : : how easy it is to systematically save a cer-
where he was once a music worship in these services and help I
conservatory student, and later them to reach their goals. tain amount for that rainy day.

became division manager in a national Pahokee Baptist Mission meets
food supply company. He in the Womans Club building located YOU'LL ENJOY DOING BUSINESS AT
I left this position several years ago on First Street and BarfielJ .
to devote :full time to Christian Highway. THE EVERGLADES FEDERAL
Science practice1. He is currently
. .
''I on tour as a member of the Christ-
I Ian Science Board of Lectureship.. Birthday Party For

1 ., u Mrs. L. D. Duke has returned to Mrs. T. W. EnnisMr.

her home following a visit with And Loan Association
her :father who has been seriously and Mrs. R. M. Sanders entertained
ill at his home in Strasburg, 111..a. Sunday noon with surprise ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP.'Pahokee .
. birthday, .dinner in, honor of
\, \ Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Vann and her'mother. Mrs. T. W. Ehmls'and Belle'Glade
\ daughter' Lucille, have returned Mr. Ennis. of Canal Point. Following -
t, . from Sarasota. where they ,were .ttte simmer, WrttnSay cake was' Let Your Money n 4%% Payable SfetniAnnuallyI ,
. ttUnSd'Vy'We -Watt of hIs mother: erved'to'The 22 children and

.Mrs. Margaret Vann. grandchildren attending.


U iday September 18, 1964 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33438 Page Seven

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'. on U.S. Savings Bonds,

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

you own now are better than everQ

:.How does the new 3%% Interest rate benefit me? check every six months for the lifo of the Bond.
A: With Series E Bonds the rate turns $18.75 into You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the
$25.00 fourteen month4 faster than the old rate.mtereata ulates to maturity.H Bonds provide
;.. Your savings increase faster, because your Bonds income for living expenses, while EBonds build a
mature in just 7 9 months.. nest egg for the future. That's why many retired
people. H[Bonds and families saving for; say, achad's
With Series H Bonds the
10-year maturity period education, buy'E Bonds.Qz ,
stays the,same but'more interest is paid you'each (."
six months.With both E and H Bonds the'.new.rate In what denominations can I buy series B and series "
works out to 2H%'fcT'.the first year'and a a'half than H.stands? j

a guaranteed 4% e.ch'reart.o mabiri |r. Ai M ...i.: $25 (cost il&75), $se (cost $37.50), $100 .
to When did the new rate became. effective? (cost $'1&.80)coat $15cJ.00), $500 .
A: June,.1959. (cost $878.00), $1,000 (cost $750.00), 1.//1.
$10.000 (cost$7''.eo). }
.Doea the new rate change the Bonds X bought.. '
HBapis; $500, $1OOO, $6 OOO and 10000.. They. :
fore June 1, 1959 are priced at face value. I '

Jt An older E and H' Bonds pay more now-an extra to How,safe ate+ U.S. Savings Bonds ,. T' :
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A% from now on,when tuadto mat Mty.Tne increase -I
.takes effect In the tint full interest period As Savings. Bonds are an absolutely riskless way te> .
after June L. sav& The United States Government*guarantees .
t wash! value of your Bonds will not drop, that it
Q:Will, the Bonds I'own automatically earn their new ean only grow. 1"

rate? St What if say Bonds should be lost, stolen or de J
As Yes.You don need to de a thing just hold on te strpyed: ? .",
'Bonds. or
your At You can't lose. Every Bond purchased is recorded ;
Q:When.my B Bonds mature, will they keep en earn by the Treasury. If anything happens to your }. "_
ing interest? Bonds'they'are placed-freL I':' .'.
A:Yes.An automatic 1+yaar extension privilege west fe Where can I buy Bonds? 1".:' .
the interest rate. This "
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into effect along new '"
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your ,
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Ing interest after: .Man where you wea-Lf.nde.J'laaYCMI .' N'..'
fe With.the new interest rate, should I cash In say... em, ft"aay.a.t you .saisj'BiihBjsiins11j( ilo.
Bonds and..buy new.a..? ,. e+-y payday. Tan j"Jtsiyls': rcu buy 'by
A* No. 'I'be'vOllUtIo.liCC')inareasetage ntalaee {t,ags a _. ..b'''.afVTieUvered'.*:.y Mt1&** '
rour bank wfll tab. eedee.Iist'H'
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to-retanVyour.present .How sis-1 help iriiMjuw ....a'. pew F. '
Qs mare SBCJM H Bonds different from ..... B .fisii X' ,bsjy U.S. Session .....? ,

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full face and the Interest is.paid by Treasury helps. kesfX r economr ilrurid. ,: l ..
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Page Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida 33438 Friday, September;, 1964
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Hatton Patriotism; Pam Ursry Patterson CircleIn
Miss Annelle Nix I
j Service; Judy Todd Confidential
Observer; Kay Hall. Outer Observer Monday Meeting-
: Is Advisor ; and Nancy Harrington, :Mu-
;ri- Worthy ] /
Ii- sician. I "The- WMU helpitf Ute church
? - :Miss Nix chose as her flower th' Worship" was the name of the
color, and presented Mrs. C. B.
Miss Annelle Nix was installed carnation her pink program py
as Worthy Advisor at the installation -white''', her song, "Over ,the Rain- Jones ,at the lone Patterson circle
services of the Pahokee Assembly -I bow", her motto "Love One An- meeting Monday afternoon. Mrs.
No. 16 Order of Rainbowfor other" and her scripture, Mathe'v Jones was assisted' py Mrs. A. H.
Girls. Installation was held ati|7:12.: Scruggs, Mrs. J. E). Latham and
the Masonic Hall at 8:00: p. m. Sat-|I - I Mrs. Paul Rardin.
'I ho neeting was held at the Ca-
urday. Installing: Worthy Season Of Prayer
nal Point Baptist Church with Mrs.
was Miss Mary Lee Adams, grand I
representative to North Carolina. For Canal pt. WMU .Scruggs acting'as hostess.At .
Miss Sharon Watson served as the business meeting Mrs. J.
Installing Chaplain. Miss Penny I 1---- of Prayer" L. McCall presided and a reportwas
I from :Mfs. Alma
Pfennington, Installing Recorder; of the heard Nail
Mrs. Mar- Canal Point WMU community mission chairman, ask-
Peggy Mims Installing ]:: Baptist in spec-
shall and ,Mrs. Adaline- Wroten, ially prepared programs this week. ing for clothing fof needy school
Installing Musician. The program entitled "Water For children. The meeting: was closed

Other officers installed with Miss I Those Who Thirst" was presented i with sentence- _prayes.. ...... _
Nix were Elizabeth Gist, worthy';in two parts. |I
A. Advisor; Gall Reeves Charity;j I I The first part was presented bvi I II [ Mrs. Frank Catoe entertainedwith
Lodus Gray Hope;; Sandy Weeks'I Mrs. J. D. Latham at the church a party Thursday afternoonin
F'aith; Linda Nix, Chaplain; Ruth-,Tuesday morning at 9:30: a. m. On honor of her daughter Patsy
elle Vandegrift Drill Leader; ;Wednesday evening during the Douglas Catoe on her fifth birth-
Jackie Weeks Love; Sharon Usher I, regular prayer service, Mrs. Char- day at her home 19)? Annona Ave.
'S I I I i The small guests were served birthday -
Religion; Debbie Gross Nature; les Maxson presented the second
B r e n d a Maxson Immortality; .part. Both ladies were assisted by: cake and ice cream and enjoyed -
Debbie Poteete' Fidelity; Sharon.I W. M. U. committee chairmen. I t planned games.CHEVROLET /! .

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I Engagement Of Miss Paulalee Parson To

,Rupert Mock, Jr., Revealed] This Week _
'. The engagement of their briefly following his graduation.The _
er, Paulalee to Rupert \ daught-I. following year.he did graduatework
was revealed this week by
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at the University of ArizonaIn
Mrs. L. P. Parson of .Belle ;
A winter wedding is being planned Tuscon. Previously employed by 1
the date to be announced later. I the Bank of Pahokee Mr. Mock la I
Mr. Mock is the son of 'Mr. and now associated with the Atlantic
Mrs. Rupert Mock Sr., of Paho- I National Bank in Jacksonville. I
S kee. He was graduated from Paho- :Miss Parson was graduated from .
kee High School and attended Belle Glade High School in 1960 --
Florida State University In Tallahassee and attended Palm Beach Junior
where he received his BS College and Troy State College at
Degree in Advertising Design :in Troy, Alabama. She is associated HERE'SCHEVROLET'S
1962. He is a member of the Beta with the West Palm Beach Officeof
S Eta Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi Fra- tne National Cash Register
ternity, and served as field secre- Company of Dayton Ohio as cus-
tary" for the National Pi Phi Office tomer service' representative.Mr. T -

Mrs. R.-T. Smith and Mr. andS and 'Mrs. Clarence Cubbegeof ji'
Mrs. Ed Jensen attended the dedication Winter Park were the recent
I ceremony of the new TJ S. guests of their son-in-law and F
Post office at North Palm Beach, daughter, Mr. and Mrs.. Kenneth
I Saturday. ,. McIntosh. STRONG

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2 .. Afore models, moro onglnos the best in 4and 6-cylinder, V8 and
1 moro Chevy wOlkpowell diesel power, 18 tough truck engines
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in all, including 4 new lower cost
I-i'! : The long strong line of Chevy trucks diesels. Here's the huskiest bunch,
for '65 is rolling in with miles of new of haulers that ever came looking
1 ; working equipment. Like that handfor work!
i Florida. . some Fleetside pickup that leads the Our word for all this is worl pack . one of the 18 pickup models That's the stuff that makes a truck a
Jt in the line this year. real truck. A hard-nosed money-saver.
t i after a swim beer is natural Further along, you'll find economical Yes, workpower's here and Chevy's
Chevy-Vans, a wide selection of walkgot it, in such a variety of types and
J in vans, a bigger choice of big trucks, sizes that picking the best trucK for
On a hot summer day a dip in a cool stream can be wonderfully more job-tailored components-trucks your job will be easier than it's ever
1 refreshing. Equally refreshing when you're relaxing afterwards built to fit your business and budget. been before. If you're in the market.
with friends is a hcartv glass of beer.There's hardly another bev.. And under those hoods you'll find just get in touch with your dealer.
erage around that suIts what you do for fun as much as beer.
t Camping? ,hiking or just lounging on a lawn chair-beer brings to
Telephone Chevrolet deafer about of truck
.J each just the right touch of extra good living. ____._____...__........-...-..-..-.your--....-....-..-.-..-...............--.--...__..._any..0_._.type_____________________._
;, Your familiar glass of beer is also a pleasurable reminder that 09-1228
we live in a land of personal freedom-and that our right to enjoy: 5
: beer and ale if we so desire is just one,but an important one, of

j' those personal freedoms. Stanley Chevrolet, Inc..

I S In Florida..beer goes with fun, with relaxation
S @ UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION. 164 Lake Ave. Pahokee, Fla. Phone 924..5593I ..