The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
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Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
October 9, 1964
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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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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>.
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Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).

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Pahokee, Canal Pt. Groups Bacom Point Road ] PahokeeSchool i AccreditedBy


Form Hospital AuxiliaryRepresentatives Work was Has started StartedWork Wednesdayon State Department.

from all Church Builds New rebuilding one mile of Bacom Members Attend
com- Point Road from the Pahokee Pahokee Junior Senior High

munity organizations in the Pa- Sunday School Rooms City Park southwestward. J. W. Star InspectionMembers School has just completed its first
hokee and Canal Point area met
Whittaker from Highlands countyis month of school with the highest
Monday morning at the home of
Workmen started construction the contractor.The : of the Pahokee Chap-
enrollment in the school's
Mrs. Helen Jean Boynton to or- history
yesterday morning on several Sun- construction Job calls for ter 184, Order of Eastern Star attending -
ganize an auxiliary for Everglades ((514)). This year the school has
day School rooms to be made one mile of modern highway with : the official inspection of
Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Grace been able to offer for the first time
available to the congregation of curb and gutter and sidewalk on the :Masonic Temple in Lake
Maxson modem math in the ,
chairman was in charge. junior high
the First Baptist Church of Canal the north side of the new street Worth Thursday night Oct. J,
By-laws of the newly formed school, remedial reading in the 8th
Point. The church is located on and curb and gutter only on the sere Mrs. Ruth Meredith, grand
auxiliary were drawn up. These grade, and a course in mechanical
First Street on the canal in Canal south side according to County representative to the State of Missouri -
will be submitted by Clifford Sim- drawing for the senior high school.
Point. Several weeks ago work- Commissioner Paul Rardin who Inaugurated Mrs. Jennie McKinstry, Airs.
onds, hospital administrator to the Vocal music offerings have been
men cleared the lot and piling the idea for the job two Adeline VVroten and Mrs. Jessie!
hospital board for approval at expanded to include n 9th grade
have been driven for several dajrs. years ago. Palm trees on the south Barnes. The official inspection was'
their next monthly meeting.Mr I chorus as well as the general
side of the street prevent the made by Mrs. Ion Keen, associate
Simonds met with the auxiliary music requirements in the 7th and
building of a sidewalk, accordingto grand conductress of the OKS
at their first meeting and Pelican Lake P. 0. 8th grades. Also for the first timein
state road department officials. Grand Chapter of Florida.
answered questions concerning Belvedere Construction C o m- .. several years, physics and
auxiliary work. Last week a small chemistry are both being offered
of West Palm Beach, successful -
group of Beta Sigma Phi member Is Contract OfficeTomorrow bidders on building Rardin Funeral ServicesFor with a good enrollment In each

met with Mr. Simonds to discuss course.A .
Avenue in Pahokee, have been
the organization of the classroom has
hospital new biology
(Saturday, Oct. 10)) given a "delay" order by the SellersFuneral
auxiliary.Mrs. Terry been equipped and, while still not
the Pelican Lake Post Office will State Road Department for several
Flora :Mary Hamilton, dis- the ideal classroom-laboratory arrangements -
open for business as a Rural Sta- weeks in order that the sewers
trict representative of hospital has relieved the congestion -
tion attached to the Canal Point may be installed in the new street services were held Monday -
auxiliary, attended the meetingand In the one laboratory that
post office and Mrs., :Marie (Sapp) by the city's contractor. Excava- morning at the Method! *
to the available before.
spoke group. Hughes will be the clerk in charge. tion of half of the street has been church in Pahokee for Terry Le- was
Temporary officers appointedwere The school has just received its
The name of the office will not be completed and filled by the Belve- vent Sellers, 61, who died suddenly -
Mrs. Grace Maxson, chair- final accreditation from the State
changed.Mrs. dere concern and other excavationwill Saturday morning while being'taken
man; Mrs. Helen Jean Boynton, Department of Education for the
Louise Echols of Canal start as soon as the sewers arc to a West Palm Beach hos-
vice chairman Mrs. Marian Hat- current school and was
; Point will retire today as post- pital by his wife. Rev. John Briley, year very
ton, secretary and publicity; and laid.Florida pleased to note that they had rcceived'the -
.. master at Pelican Lake after ten Power and Light Company pastor of the church, officiatedand .
Mrs. Marilyn Poteete, treasurer.In .. highest ratlng
years in that Job. Previous to taking workmen are busy this week' Elks-hHtr" ve.tdeservtct'M ...
the latter part of Octobe the the State Department ACCREDITED.
i over as post master she was installing new poles to carry the at Port Mayaca cemetery.Pall .
auxiliary will hold house to I .
open clerk in the office operated by Mrs. wires into the area served by Rar- bearers were: Luke Fraser,
receive in the communitywho
wishes anyone to join. Jones as post master who retired. din Avenue. Poles are in place and Thadd Whidden, Roy Segree, Rup-, - -

Mrs. Echols came to the Canal framing of them has already be- ert Mock, J. S. Barwick and Rob-

Point area 23 years ago from Roa- gun. This work is to be completed ert Hatton. Big Tractor Deal

Lake Worth Next noke, Ala. She lives with her husband before the wires are stretched. He was a native of Ashford,

on Second Street in Canal Alabama, and came to the Gladesin

Point. They have four children. I 1926. He was District Freightand Glades EquipmentIn
Blue DevilsLake 'I Is New At
For Dr. James
They are: Charles W. Echols and Passenger Agent for Southern

James T. Echols both married; Railway Company. He was a mem- farm
one of the largest equip-
Betty Echols teaches at Lake ber of the Pahokee First Methodist
Worth Trojans will furn- Sugarcane StationDr. ment deals for cash to be consummated -
Worth High School and Renza is Church and Pahokee Elks Lodge in the Glades in many a
ish opposition for the Pahokee presently with a National Guard 1638. Com-
moon, the Glades Euipment
Blue Devils tonight on Russ Bull- unit in Columbia, S. C. Norman I. James, research He is survived by his wife, Ber- pany of Pahokee and Belle Glade'

ard field in Lake Worth when the I According to :Mrs. Edythe Smith Agronomist is the new sugarcane nice, two daughters; Mrs. Linda this week sold 12 MRS (Not In-

local aggregation goes away from I Canal Point postmaster Pelican breeder at the U. S. SugarcaneField Rice of Jacksonville, Mrs. Martha ternationals) four-wheeler rubber

home in search of the first win of Lake makes the third post officeto Station at Canal Point. He Henney, Green Cove Springs. tired tractors and a fleet of truck

the season. Last Friday night in become identified with the local reported for duty on September 28, Three brothers; Judge Carl E. Sell to Sugar Cane Growers Coopera

the first home game of the season office. Port Mayaca, formerly witha and will be engaged in producing. ers, Dothan. Alabama; Harvey L. live for a total of $362,000.00

the Blue Devils were defeated by post office, is now served by a new hybrid sugarcane for Florida, Seller, Ashford, Alabama; Leslie The necessity for purchase of

the Falcons of Forest Hill by a Star Route out of Canal Point. Louisiana, Mississippi, and Geor- Sellers, Los Angeles, California. this big amount of equipment by

socore of 14 to 6. Bryant and Pelican Lake are both Four sisters; Mrs. D. D. Strong, the cane concern was brought

Having lost three? games in a rural stations with clerks and are gia.The expansion of the Florida Ashford, Alabama, Mrs. Winnie about by a massive mill expansion

row the locals are sincerely hoping directly identified with the Canal sugar industry places increasing Swicord, Bainbridge, Georgia, Mrs. program this year that will increase -

that the fourth encounter win! Point office. . emphasis on sugarcane varieties Lucille Martin, Jacksonville, Mrs. grinding of sugar cane at'

bring a mark in the win column. -' adapted to 'this region. Dr. James Eunice Tucker, Atlanta, Georgia. the' new mill by a heavy percentage.

The season's opener was lost to Beat Incumbents will not only select the sugarcaneto One granddaughter.. .

':' Ciewiston, then came Vero Beach be crossed in order to combine - A picture of the check drawn on

1 in another game away from home desirable qualities in new varietiesbut Pahokee PTA Hears the Bank of Pahokee, attracted a

and that one was won by the op- City Of South Bay will also evaluate them by great deal of attention at the 441

ponents of Pahokee by a score of growing the seedlings on coopera- Steak House yesterday morning

13 to 12. Last week's loss madeit ting plantations. He replaces Mr. Two CandidatesMembers when a newspaperman asked Earl

three straight. 1964 is a bad year for political P. H. Dunckelman who has recently Stewart of Glades Equipment

Falcons from Forest Hill in incumbents in Palm Beach county.In been transferred to the Houma Company for a peek at a photo- ,

West Palm Beach overcame a 6-0 their annual city election in Louisiana Sugarcane Field Stationof of the Pahokee PTA static copy of the piece of paper

deficit with a pair of last period South Bay Wednesday all three the U. S. Department of Agri- heard Democratic Candidate, Rob- I worth more than a third of a mill

touchdowns and emerged 14-6 incumbents were tossed out of office culture.Dr. ert Fulton and Republican Candidate ion dollars.)

winners over the Pahokee Blue' by the voters. James received the B. S. Lloyd Early speak briefly

Devils in a Suncoast Conference 492 voters went to the polls in degree from Colorado State Uni- Monday night and answer! ques- .

football game in Pahokee last. a spirited election and Henry Elf- versity in 1957, the Ph D. degreein tions by the members. The candidates Chamber Elects

Forest Hill had a total of 242 ers was the high vote getter witha Plant Breeding Plant Physi- are seeking the office of

yards gained while Pahokee'? added I total of 254 to 208 for his opponent ology and Statistics from Rutgers, Superintendent of Public Instruc- New OfficersMonday

up 162. Not a single penalty was Councilman A. O. Walker, Jr. the State University of New Jersey tion in the coming November elec-

assessed: against Pahokee. Incumbent Mayor Commissioner in 1961. He was employed as tion.The night the Pahokee

-- J. C. Bowen was defeatedby a sugarcane breeder by U. S. D. A. speakers were introducedby Chamber of Commerce elected new .

COLVARDS ON VISIT Cosby Crews who garnered in Puerto Rico from 1961 to 1963. PTA president Dr. R. C. Lane officers for the new year. They are

Rev. and :Mrs Guthrie Colvard 243 to the Incumbent's 227 total Since that time he was on the Extension with Judge J. L. Tyson acting as as follows, William S. Benton

left Wednesday night for a trip to votes. Specialist staff at Rutgers. moderator for the large number of president; Jack Spencer vice pres-

the Blue Ridge mountains of North The closest race was between C. The area of work involved produc- questions turned in. ident; and Charles Lewis, treasure

Carolina. While in that area they F. Denton, who won over incum- I tion and management problems in In a short business meeting pro
Plan to visit his mother and on bent Franklin W. Kelly, 233 to 222. corn, soybeans, and small grains.Dr. ceeding the program It was an- officers will be installed

the return trip they will visit with Bowen Kelly and Walker all James, wife Sylvia, and two nounced' thatthe Halloween carni- I along with the new directors at

their daughter. Miss Ruth Colvard pledged their support to the new sons! aged 2 and 4, are residentsof val will be held on Oct. 31, with the annual dinner Tuesday, Oct.

who is a student at Stetson University members who will join K. L. Warren 1797 East Main_in PahokeeMr. Ray Hawk Jr., chairman In 20 at 8 p. m. at the Elks Club. The .

DeLand Fla. and A. R. Grigsby on the com- charge. speaker for the evening will be

mission. and Mrs. Bush who attendedthe Room count was awarded to Jack Faircloth well known mode-

Mr. and Mrs. Karl Watson spent The new members were swornin Pahokee-Foreat Hill foot ball Mrs. Judy Fowler's first grade and rator of "Equal Time" on Channel

this past weekend in Orlando. Thursday night. game. R. O. Lampl's eighth grade. 12 T. V. West Palm Beach.Esfa6shec1924 .

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Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point Florida 33438 Friday October 9, 1964

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--. Sugarcane Field l J Day Tax Roll Certified

.. By Co. Commission i

]jMj Everglades Experiment StationBelle. .

The county commission' Monday
Florida approved certification oC the cur
rent tax. assessment roll which is
about $70 million In' assess
(I Thursday, October 15, 1964 ments up over last year. -

Tax Assessor Edgar Maxwellset
the total'assessment at $1.353-
Research Staff Participating
189.666 off which $254,395,200 rep-

..- .. ., T. W. Casselman, Assistant Agricultural Engr. :I resents homestead* exemptions.
said roll will produce
He the
The Rardin Building_ In Canal Point, Florida W. T. Forsee Jr., Chemist in Charge taxes totaling 28433670.28, an

J. R. Hey Assistant Soils ChemistI increase' over last: year. of $2 and
\ C. LeCroy, Assistant AgronomistF. three quarter million.

THE EVERGLADES NEWS I leGrand, Assistant. Sugarcane AgronomistJ. Mure than $18 million Is destined
to find its wiy into operation of
R. Orsenigo! Associate_ HorticulturistJ. :! the county system and another
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region WithoutInterruption A. Winchester, Assistant Nematologist $7% million for operation of the
Every Week' for 40'-Years county. Central unIT South "Florida
Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday 8:30 AM Assembly at Everglades Experiment Station Flood Control District. draws the

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe third highest amount'a total of
9:00 AM Discussion of sugarcane research-John H. Causey -
Everglades News la Entered at the Post OfficeIn Assoc. Palm Beach County Agricultural drainage districts/ throughout .-
Canal Point Florida as Second Class Matter Agents, presiding. the county will get nearly $1

Paul Rardin Owner Editor Publisher Varieties.pH million in taxes and the balance of
and sugarcane nutrition. the collection will go to special
inlet and other district
Preliminary studies of some cultural practices. levies.

Sugarcane nematode control in Florida. .

A YOUR GOVERNMENT; Sugarcane cation. weed control and pre-harvest dessi- Two Deacons To Be

. A WEEKLY REPORT BY Mechanical harvesting of sugarcane for forage.
Ordained Oct. 18
10:30 AM Tour at Everglades Station

Variety plotsDemonstration Sunday October 18 will be a

i of mechanical harvesting o f high day for Canal Point Baptist
Governor FARRIS BRYANT of Florida sugarcane for forage Church folk. Perry E. Hall and
Tour of variety experiment at Duda Farms Cecil Clark will be ordained to the
Deaconship of God at 2:00: p. m.
The Florida employment situa-1 with individual businesses and industries 12:30: PM Box lunch (Dutch treat) at Everglades Experiment that afternoon.The .
tion reflects an expanding? and and they have an intimateand Station Reverend Armando Silverioof
growing economy. Jobs are up and acute understanding of the the Home :Mission Board will
unemployment Is down. personnel needs of those busi- 1:30 PM Assemble for afternoon tours speak at the morning worship
During the past four years we nesses. Tour of herbicide plots at Okeelanta hour and participate in the ordina-
have attempted to bolster industry -I This new service to employers Is tion service.
Tour of variety experiments at South Florida
business and the whole econ- a basis for getting jobs for work- The Reverend C. J. Smyly. former -
omy by strong support of the State I ers. Qualifications of the workerare Sugar Corporation. pastor of the church will deliver -
Employment Service operations in more carefully matched with 4:00 PM End of Tour I the Charge to the Candidatesat
order to find more jobs for Flor-II the needs of the employer which the afternoon ordination serv-
ida people and better qualified personnel of course.! means a more stable : wwww ice.
for Florida business.A employment picture for both par- eight metropolitan areas with a n"LLIEET AT 10:30 Immediately after the morning
principal factor in this effort I number of urban expansions. I Another change for County Com- worship hour the church will assemble
has been the Operation Space em- ties.This clearer understanding of OPERATION SPACE has mission meetings was voted Monday \. in the dining hall for an
ployment program which we inItiated -,I the employers needs means quicker created the image of the local I The board now meets every old fashioned dinner on the groundand
in 1961. Worly Brown then placement of the applicant. With State Employment offices as com- t Monday\. but changed the time of fellowship hour. The church
Chairman of the Florida Industrial OPERATION SPACE the State munity job centers rather than offices the meetings from 9:30: a. m to 13 planning to begin the day with a
Commission led the program.: Employment offices know at a for the payment of unem- 10:30: a. m. The early hour has Sunday School attendance roll of
OPERATION SPACE involved. glance where the job openings are ployment compensation benefits. been in effect for the last two 200. Theu packing the sanctuary
a new approach to job placement and they have a pretty good idea This OPERATION SPACE pro- commission meetings In an effortto for the message from Reverend
with an emphasis on finding employees -' how well the particular applicantwill gram is a type of activity which wind up proceedings before the Silverio. Reverend Smyly will be
7_M' for the employer rather fill the bill. I[ like to cite as I travel to other lunch hour.Lions jiesent at this service and will alsospeak
to find This has had Innumer- states and other nations as indica- for the
than just trying employersfor program -- evening worship
would-be employees.In able beneficial results. tive of the spirit of cooperationwhich service at 7:30: p. m.
a reorganization of the Florida For example it kept pace with exists between the Govern- Will Be BusyIn .
Employment Service certain: the rising economy in finding jobs ment of Florida the business and
men in the service became "ac- for Floridlans. During the twelve civic associations and the people 4-H{ Club k Formed
ol our State. We are not doing for Coming WeeksPahokee
count executives" so to speak. month period ending on June 30
These men take on a group of the State Employment Service you, but rather doing with you. Canal Point AreaThe
businesses or industries as their"accounts" placed close to half a million peo- those things necessary to make Lions met Tuesday for
and they make frequent ple in jobs. In 1960 prior to the the use of our tax dollars more effective their regular monthly business
visits to these accounts and establishment of the OPERATION and the services of govern- meeting which followed the boardof Canal Point 4-H club held
study their needs what job SPACE program over 100,000 less ment more complete.- - directors meeting Monday Its organization meeting Thursday -
openings they have available people were placed by the State night. The club approved the rec- October 1, at the Canal Point
what type of people the account Employment Service.OPERATION Airport Contract ommendations of the board which Community Center. Leaders attending
wants to fill their vacancies. SPACE, which we were to remodel and repair the were Organization leader -
With this knowledge the State kicked off in Jacksonville in July Lions building begin the annual Bruce Bitting; Mrs. Ray Ursry
Employment offices are able to 1961, was extended with the sup- Voted By Co. Board( light bulb sale on Oct. 9, for the Noma Norman James Veal and
place more people in jobs because port of about 3,000 businessmen sight conservation fund and begin Mrs. Bruce Bitting. Junior LeaderIs
they are working more closely throughout! the State to Florida's the sale of quality Christmas treesat Peggy Bitting.
The long discussed contract for the Lions building 'on Dec. 12. Members attending were Glen-
designing and building a new term- Trees will range in height from nie Tret Terry Echols Lillian
inal complex at International Air- 5 to 8 feet.: Plans are being madeto Sims Pamela and Ralena Ursry
R -Elect l STETSON O. port was signed Monday by the hold a "Pancake Day" at Kay Hall Brenda and Ernest
& commissionThe
county Browning Connie
which time pancakes and sausage Phillips Wanda
contract which has been will be served at the club building Allen, Larry and Walter Webb;
; under study for several' weeks had (all you can eat for Jl.OO: ): Sybil Hayes. Kathy'Maxson, Wanda
already been executed 'by'the firm and Allen Hitchcock. Olivia
S PROULYOUR The club will. host the District
hired'to design and build the com- Governor;"on Sunday April 11 Stapler. Gladys Shrout, Julia Van

plex. from 2 to 4 p. m. andingham, Kathy McDonald;
Representatives of the firm said Guests at the meeting were Oren and Susie Bitting and Karen
certain phases of the work will be -
j h County Commissioner Edward
under construction by March. 1965 Bandlow; Student Lion. Fred Mc-" Guests were Mrs. Floyd BrownIng -
COUNTY and that the project is expected to -
Dorothy Van Landingham -
Kee of the Canal Point Lions Club Mrs.
.... be ready for 196:>>-66 tourist sea and Christopher Davison. and Mrs. Stanley Hooks.
son. -
T_ Commissioner Lake Lytal termed ..C. CLASSIFIED. ADS PAY.
the agreement a good contract DIVIDENDS
Sorority: Members BIO
"protecting the county 100 per-
COLLECTOR cent." Have Sister Party
He also the J170.OOO
noted that
AND COURTEOUS minimum fee will be shared by Members of the Phi Gamma Nu

ADMINISTRATION eight professional people doing Chapter Beta Sigma Phi Sorority,
: J y business In Palm Beach County.
- m held a secret sister party during ,. -
DEMOCRATIC! NOMINEE WILL FILL PULPITRev. I the regular: meeting at the home PAHOKEE FLA.

Chuck Connors Associate of Mrs. Joan Gamot Monday

There .is substitute. For Experience.Mr. pastor of the First Baptist Churchof Sept. 28.Names.
West Palm Beach will fill the were drawn for new I SUNDAY, MONDAY TUESDAY
pulpit of the First Baptist Church secret sisters. Mrs. Jill Pitts, OCTOBER 1112.13
Sprout's public service is beyond of Pahokee. for the Sunday morning dent presided at the presi-I'
services. The evening services I I "THE WORLD OF
reproach. will be conducted by Rev. Jack sion.The program was presented by I HENRY ORIENT"
Ponce associate pastor of the Miss Cynthia Turbeville entitled I -
First Baptist Church of Belle "'\'hatVould I Like to Change In PETER SELLERS, AND !
Your support will 1 be appreciated in
Glade. Myself." The next meeting will I PAULA yKENTISS
November 3rd .election I - .. be held at the Home of Mrs. Doro- (IN COLOR)
Mrs. Al Beverly returned to her, thv Buckner on Oct. 12 with Mrs.
home Thuriday, October 1 from Glonda Padgett in charge: ; of the
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PaId Political Advertl.ement' Carolina. "'''1In na1. "JAo.L n>
her summer home in program. 1,1'I..V.JIlo..V V..JIj



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Friday, October 9, 1964
rage Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33438 y
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Rev and Mrs. Robert Shelleyand October MeetingOf John Bolton Says

I I PERSUNALN'EWNOTE :] were- daughter the weekend Lisa guests of Alachua of Mr.. Pahokee WMUAt Thanks To FriendsJohn

and Mrs. Brooks Henderson in Pa-
hokee. the October meeting of the Bolton, Pahokee Pharmacist -

WMU at the First Baptist Church, is in St. Marys Hospital in
------------ ------- - Mrs. in
Ella Sears is a patient I West Palm Beach where he underwent
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levins and Mrs John Ogle and family and Everglades Memorial Hospital.Mr. Pahokee, members heard Mrs.

son Mickey of West Palm Beach Miss Myra Baxter, of Ft. Myers, and Mrs. A. R. Harringtonplan I Guthrie Colvard present the pro-I surgery last Saturday after-
were the weekend guests of hU were the weekend guests of their to spend this weekend in Tal- gram "Oh Worship The King" and noon and is reported to be getting
mother. Mrs. Bessie Baxter.
parents Mr. and Mrs. Marvin lahassee where they will attend learned that their song for the year along nicely since the operation.

Levins. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Boynton and the Florida State University will be the same as the title of the Mrs.\ Bolton, suffering from high

Mr. and Mrs. Tony Burnett have son Joe Tom Boynton and daught, Homecoming program presented.Mrs. blood pressure, was in the Pahokee
returned to their home in DeLand er, Mrs. J. R. Faulk spent this past Mrs. Cecil Clark is expected to E. B. Gamble presided at several this week
following several days visit with Friday in Miami. return to her position at the Canal the business session and gave the hospital days
and is reported as getting along
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown Point Post Office following two outline for the coming years work. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Collie Holt haveas as well as can be expected.
weeks of bed rest due to a back Afrs. Ralph Crews outlined the
Mrs. Bessie Wood and Mrs., guest their daughter-in-law, condition. week of prayer which will be heldin Mr. Bolton said he would like
Mrs. Henry Holt and grand daughter I to thank his many friends in Paho.
Laura Harper have returned to December, March and Septem-
Ray Lynn of Tampa.Mr. A kee and the Glades for the several
their homes in Miami following
I kind expressions of sympathy he
weekend visit with their brother and Mrs. Danny Mullis and Friday, October 16 is parent I chairmen Mrs.reporting Claude Shir-on j had received while being in the
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. children of Orlando were the week. conference day for Palm Beach their plans were hospital. He said the many cards,
ley and :Mrs. Marvin Crady. It was
Bob Henderson end guests of her father R. S. county schools. Pupils will not at- announced that the study course in I letters and flowers had served to
Mr. and Mrs. Gene McIlwain Stokes and Mrs. Stokes. on this day and will be December will be "Frontiers ofAdvance" remind him of the fine folks in the
bringing home notes to the parents I'
of their Glades were remembering
were the weekend guests .
Mr. and I I I Mrs. W. P. Jernigan, former an to the schedule for the day. ... .. him.
and daughter-in-law,
son resident of Canal Point and now .
Mrs. Chandler McIlwain in Ft. ATTEND GAME Commenting upon his incapaci-
in Clewiston, returned to
Lauderdale.Mrs. her home from Good Samaritan ATTEND YWA COURSE Local residents attending the tation Mr. Bolton said: "It's toughto
Those attending the Y. W. A. football in be laid up and not able to work
Friday night game
Robert M. Johnson has returned Hospital where she underwent ma-
First I've
Leadership course at the Jacksonville and the Saturday but splendid cooperation like
to her home in St Peters- jor surgery.Mr. : Baptist Church in Belle Glade game in Gainesville were Mr. and had from the doctors and nurses

burg following a weekend visit and Mrs. James W. Vann attended Tuesday were, Mrs. David Unwin, Mrs. Rupert Mock. Mr. and Mrs. ,. assures me that I'll soon be backon
with her daughter and son-in-law, the annual meeting of th"j Mrs. Lee Shirley and Mrs. C. L. Lewis Friend, Mr. and Mrs. Leon the job. Those in charge here at
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Collins. Florida Association of Housin-;, Story. Spooner and Mr. and Mrs. Luke St. Marys have made my stay as

Miss Julia Mathis and Mrs. Minter Authority held at the Palm Beach .. Fraser. Mr. and Mrs. Mock also comfortable as possible and I wantto
Collins accompanied Mrs. Col- Towers in Palm Beach on Oct. 4 CLASSIFIED ADS IN THESE visited; their son, Rupert Mock, Jr.,I publicly thank them for their

llns's mother, Mrs. F. J. Winches'er thru 6. COLUMNS PAY BIO DIVIDENDS while in Jacksonville. kindness."

to Orlando where she will remain ---
for a visit with her son-ln .. ................................-............... ............. .. ......... .. -
... ="C
"Co' C"c. -o
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H.
E. Smith. 3

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Meyer left
Monday for a visit with his par- ff" STANDARD

which ents, at they Cuyaloga will return Falls, to Ohio Virginia, after I 1Ol 1//

Beach employed., Virginia where Mr. Meyeris ,

Mrs. Arthur Bush returned to
her home Friday from a visit with
her son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Bush of Ft. My- H

era. She was accompanied home by


Classified Ads .

POSITIVELY all want ads or
classifieds, as you wish to cal

them, are payable in advance from ,. : Now under the
his day forward. Don't phone 'em <'..J
} Write it and drop a dollar bill in :
1 the envelope' If you want, it run 3 Standard livelier

once. $2 if you want it run twice : ..
and so on. 1

FOR SALE: New and Used Willys
Jeeps. Walter Ashley's GarageIn CHEVRONgasolines
Belle Glade, Phone 63058.
Oct. 17-54-ch

HOUSE FOR SALE: Almost new @
fi OB home. 3 br, 2 bath, completely -
furnished, $4,000 cash including
owner's equity and furniture. Bal ,
ance like rent. Also FOR SALE:
50 acres of muck land on the old
Pahokee-Belle Glade Road. Price
reduced. See or call Dan Carpenter Try Standards finest...for today's most carefree going!

Realtor. Telephone 4-7153 res-
One of the oldest in Dixie business Standard
idence 47235. July 3 tfcWHAT'S ._ names ,

IN TIlE ATTIC that you ... :.. Oil, invites you to meet the newest, most exciting

don't need? A $1.00 classified ad We take better care of your car name in motor fuels-Chevron gasolines. Choose

in this column will probably find I from 3 great gasolines-all with new, livelier performance -
you a sale. Just write your ad, en-
close a dollar and we'll do the rest. : . new long-running economy. For today's

The Everglades News Canal Point, : liveliest motoring, stop at Standard Oil!
Fla. .. ;: .
.: 'j: ;
SHOP on Lake Shore Drive in "( \: "
>> '
Canal Point. Quality auto paintingand S'V '
body repairs. OlGpdISARBEU .. .t : r_'
u..L .<
Canal Point. A real deal. Call ,; ,. :.... Ore ; ; s

P21-2131 OlGpdPOSITION \, .1>00:.''''',.I ..."--I-.. ..,!,.-,, 't N y 4la NRii
"." :. i
.. ale uas
\\'ANTEU: office tI... .
Clerk, typist some shorthand ,*: i :
bookkeeping. Permanent resident. J n I

Call Mrs. Ethel Horne 9247264. ." ' ......, .' ..---:. !
:. :: _
TURK WORK DONE. Trees saw d
up and hauled away. We do: 1SUPREME
landscape work. Call us for free
estimate. Cycle and Mower Centerin
Belle Glade. Phone 996-6668.
Oct. 16ch H

UOOMS: FOR RENT: Weekly or _
monthly Call 924-5681 or 921- _
3331. Lucky Star Dude Ranch, N. \
of Canal Point on U. S. 441.S24pd Trademark"CHEVRON" _


I will not be responsible for any
labor, services or materials furnished :' M. I. KEEN AgentCanal
to the Lucky Star Dude

ftancii. Motel except upon my writ- Point Florida
tail prior authorization. Gladys F. ,
Mott Kane. Oct,2-23ch



October 9, 1964 .-. .
The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33436 Page Firs


Diane Thompson

I I I Weds Alvin E. BainMiss

=r-o LnYour FutU-

STARS ANt STRIPES Diana Lynn Thompson of
Pahokee became the bride of Alvin ay
Qua flACt nfftC
'Ap Earl Bain in a simple
1tf A rS4/7YSN Cp4rptA pNt/
d rue the home of her :Mr.
+ coArc- ACS! SELO' GED 7? TWOk parents
FORE3EARS OF 1ah and Mrs. Roy Thompson, Thurs- _
1 i. E nASHrNO7av s/ day at 7::30 p. m. The couple repeated -
/ their vows after Rev. O. L
' Smith cousin of the bride, + 4BvyILSSavings
SH/RE EM LAMD.ff as they
; std before an improvised altar
<.,-> rated with white gladioli Bondsr1

mums, and pompoms.The .
bride was graduated from
Pahokee High School with the *

class: of 1964 and La presently employed -

in the accounting: depart- ;
ment of Paul's Sale3 and Servicein

Pahokee.Mr. .
NDP A i Bain, son of Mr. and
HE US. 'JrN S iN- 7 ... Alvin G. Bain, Adger, Ala.: 'Mrs'l

IS LICY ; .. ,.: .,. his education in Adger
St,, arc E p ANS WNOAaE rLiFE. the present he is associated
i I
.AMER .. .
iNVfSrIN'n rESEB DTEMrS the Roy Thompson Garage. ,
T pu Mrs. Joyce Hood, cousin of thebride
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served as matron of honor
and wore a pale pink street length Extra Ballots To daily between Miami. Marathonand
COAL FROM THE DEEP v230O dress with white accessories and Key West, the airline' has con
Educate Voters ducted regularly scheduled -
a white carnation corsag'e.Given cxpp.rimental
a in her father service from Miami to Or-
J755 fSA COAL MINErs LOritrEO marriage by ,
R County Commissioners took lando-Cape Kennedy and Miami to
Off TUB iSLAND OP CAPE BRETON,/VOVA the bride was dressed in a two
SCOTIA AMD EXTENDS 3%M/LESONUER7/1E OCEAN? piece eggshell suit with matching steps this week to help keep voters Ft. Myers and includes among its
hat and shoes. Tiny sweetheart informed on issues and candidateson service a busy amphibian charter
MON Y... roses made her the general election ballot by I passenger and cargo schedule to
... s/vvesreo/(/,.SAVINGS SONDS HAS GCHG: *yEDUCATION John Haddon up of South corsage.Bay served boosting their supply of sample Cat Cay Bimini and the Carib
FAM/LysEcoR,7):I Er/ EMENr AND M4Ny0ER" UORTHWHllt PtJRPOSES. ballots I bean.
as Mr. Bain's best man The from 25,000 to 40.0OO
under the presidency
FaAMK DEPOSITS AS WELL AS//V THE FORM Of Flik HASES. reception following the ceremonywas copies. I
also at the home of the bride's The sample ballot order for the I of former airline Jet captain Irving
.. parents who as hosts were assisted coming election in w hie i h 13 II I Jones Jr., has relied on twin-en-

State Tuition amount equal to regular tuition at by Miss Faye Elliott, Mrs. O. amendments are to appear on the gined Beechcraft ninepassengerD18
Smith and Mrs. Joyce Hood. L'j I machines, is the greatest numberever ships and the twin-engined
Grants SuggestedLAKELAND a state university and would not Following a trip to the Florid ordered for an election. Commissioners Grumman amphibian But Jones is

exceed the amount normally spent East coast Mr. and Mrs. Bain will upped the original or- presently surveying the British

Secretary of by the state for instructional ser- be at home at 1789 H Bacom Point der in an effort to obtain an adequate DeHavilland Dove and several oth-

State Tom Adams has vices in a public institution. Thus, Road. supply for all interested er aircraft as the possible flagship
proposed a voters.In of the future for the airline.
- --
according to Adams, the student
of state tuition
program grants for
another action on the coming
attending private school under Citrus Museum Is -
deserving students attending ac- I a election the- board approved a ,
credited private colleges and universities -I this program would not receive To Be RenovatedWINTER school board request-a resolution

in Florida. benefits in excess of students in a calling for the use of paper ballots d.1 HW
state university. for the school bond issue at oonomy
HAVEN Thfr Florida
Addressing the Presidents Coun- awing m.ohlnbySiNGER.
Attending the meeting were Citrus Museum, A Winter Haven the general election Nov. 3rd.
cil of Independent Colleges and presidents of Barry College Mi- landmark for the past 12 years, - r 1

Universities at Florida Southern ami; Bethune-Cookman College, has closed for renovation. It will Key West Air Line
College Adams said such a Daytona Beach Biscayne College,
pro- ;
reopen next spring in the new ...
gram would provide needed fundsto OpaLocka; Florida Memorial Col- Florida Showcase it has been an- Runs On ScheduleMIAMI i $5960
support private education in the lege, St Augustine; Florida Pres- nounced by the Florida Citrus I
state while at the same time sav- byterian College, St. Petersburg; Commission. Miami International "'-J
tax the de- Florida Southern Lake- Airport-based Southeast Airlines,
ing money by reducing: College Walter J. Page, public relations l
Inc. charged toward its fifth an-
mand for classrooms in land Jacksonville Rol-
more new ; University; director of the commission and
the state university system. lins College, Winter Park; Stetson administrator of the museum niversary recently as a prosperous Glades Mercantile Co.

Such a public scholarship as en- University, DeLand; University of said exhibits in the museum will throwback to the days when flyingwas 255 SOUTH LAKE AVE.

visioned by Adams would be an Miami, and University of Tampa. be completely renovated and tailored Presently still fun.operating three flights PAIIOKEE, FLORIDA

for the new showcase

Page said some 211,013 persons - ----- - -- -- - -- -

have registered at the facility dur- A.message from the Treasury of a free people
ing the 12 years of its existence
visitors from some 56 countries __

inspected the myriad exhibits. ; t r
The renovated museum will be apart
of the giant new Florida Cit
rus Showcase complex which is t .

now Haven.under construction in Winte

Missionary GroupIn ; ,

October Meeting .rp:9 I r4r

t i The Canal Point Woman's Missionary -
Union conducted its October -

\ oodooooooe I meeting at the Church Tues ) ,, &
r-.. Sn sss' e day at 8 p. m. Mrs. 11. T. Smith, y3 t.! :"vyi ., 4.1;:""

president, presided the business
. session, with Mrs. J. S. Atkins in\ .. CCtn Ht: ,
.. charge of the program "Oh Work-I eai
ship The King." ft *% pictures
The members decided to increase 'y
Why should you buyU. by 15 percent their Lottie of Presidents

Moon offering and made plans to for un..and? C

S. Savings Bonds when:. there are attend. The a book study to course be in taught November is- freedom

"Frontiers in Advance". It was' decided -

so many other good investments ? to hold the November meet-
ing in conjunction with the World
Day of Prayer on November 2, Instead -
of the regular meeting timeof
To help your country is one But f if you're like most people November .
answer-and a good one. vou'll hang on to your SavingsBut -S-- )Each of the seven denominations of Series E Saving
Bonds have other ad- Bonds for the big things you CIRCLES TO MEET Bonds shows a different President> of the United State If
vantages that make them want in your future. The WMU circles of the Canal you're interested in this kind of art, the seven make a nice

worth your consideration. And, of course, Bonds area church which planto collection.:
For instance, they offer you safe in"cstment-as long Point Baptist the lone Along with the hobby, Savings Bonds offer such extrasas
just about the easiest way to as there's a United States of meet Monday are riakless investing, 33,&% more money at maturity, and
save money: either with the America. Patterson Circle which will meetat financial freedom for your future.
Payroll Savings Plan where Which brings' us back to the home of the chairman, Mrs.J. But there are other kinds of freedom tied in with your
you just ask your employer to country a ain. Bonds L. McCall at 2:30: p. m. with purchase of Savings Bonds. Freedom to speak your piece
toward Put part of Bondor your wages through aside your help defend freedom at a time Mrs. M. F. George in charge of the choose: your job, and own your property to name a few.
regular purchase a of Bonds at when the enemies of freedom program and the Albert Taylor Every Bond you buy helps our government further the
your bank. are stronger than ever. circle which will meet at 8 p. m cause of freedom everywhere in the world today.

Another unique advantage Buy Savings Bonds. The at the home of Mrs. Arnold Why not start collecting U.
of U. S. Savings Bonds is the banks or savings institutions Scruggs w it h Mrs. Lawrence Savings Bonds now? Only $ :
way they stick with you. You that sell them don't chargecan Stewart presenting the program. each for the George Washln S.III; \ ;
: get your money any time. you a penny for the service - variety, at your bank or on

In 1881, Just 80 years ago, Dr. roll Savings where you work. :
Harvey Thatcher of Pottsday, N.
freedom In future with
Y., Invented the milk bottle. Keep your
Keep freedom In your future with


/5u* \ U.,. <7...n dos not pat for "',. "d..II.I"".
//4"vVThe T.S. Government doer not payor 1Ms Tin TrM.try D.p.rtm.nt '""k. 2'''. Advtrtitlnf c.-
..Jl advtrtMny. The Treasury D'p6rt""rat: ,It/l---. .... .*4 tkttFriday Mwapsp.r I" 401. ,alr/olto .-,,... @
....-. TAI ..Ihrt rfnl1 Counter and Aw pue.tK4CI4I"> "., Of QUAUTV ,
for IA_ I'4Cn.oCICI. -uJ1por&

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The Everglades NeWs, Canal Point, Florida S2fC38 Friday, OctoUer-9, 1954

---- -- -
.-- -- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spencer had

g as their guests this weekend, their
daughters. Miss Kathleen Spencerof

II Ne'W"s Of The

_ _ _____________ I ----- ----- -- -----------

The Methodist Church South Side ChurchOf The Pahokee ChurchOf Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dale Stacyof

Canal Point FloridaJames ChristBelle The NazareneRev. Belle Glade announce the birth
of a daughter Jennifer born Oct.

Glade across from Willard Kilpatrick 2. SAVINGS &
W. Baugher, Pastor
Bowling Alley on Rd. SO 433 Bacom Point Rd. Mr. and Mrs. Rene Ildefonss
SUNDAY: ..0:00: a. m.-Bible Study Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882! Maestre of Pahokee, announce the
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School. birth of son, Timmie Alex born
1:00: a. m.-Sermon SUNDAY SERVICES:
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship
6:30: p. m.-Evening Service 0:45: a. m.-Sunday School Oct. 2.Mr. .
6:00: p. m.-Evening Worship Mrs. Jose Miguel Gomezof
6:30: p. m.-Wed. Bible Study 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship
TUESDAY: ... 6:30 Juniors Pahokee announce the' birth of
: p. m.-
8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society 3.
daughter. Charity, born Oct.
St. Peter's Lutheran 7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening a
1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY' Evangelistic Service Mr. and Mrs. Fred Derrell Mathis -

: Church, Belle Glade WEDNESDAY: of Belle Glade, announce the
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting birth of a son, Don Darrin born
7:30 Midweek
p. m.- Prayer
August Koerber, Pastor Oct. 3.
First Methodist 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade "Where you are a stranger but' Mr. and Mrs. :Manuel Chancey of
SUNDAY: Belle Glade announce- the birth ofa

Church, PahokeeJohn Divine Services 11 A. M. once.... son Gary Manuel,'born Oct. 3.
School 9:45'A.: M. r SHIPGO
A. BrUey. Pastor - Church Of God,

SUNDAY 9:45: a.: m.-Church School The Church Of G6&I Barfield Highway Battle Waged For

11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Of Prophecy PahokeeCanal LocationCounty
6:45: p. .-MYF Point Road. Pahokee Fla.J. Dredge HAND IN
7:45: p. m.-Evening Worship W. Hughes, Minister
TUESDAY: John H. Kinard pastor Phone 924.3736:: Commissioners really HAND
7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac I 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School SUNDAY:
chose sides Monday in deciding
9:45 School up
ticeWEDNESDAY 11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service : a. m.-Sunday
: 17:45 I : p. Evangelistic Service 11:00 a. m.-Morning: Worship where the county's recently purchased -

7:45: p. .-Midweek devotions 8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. 7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser- dredge should be located. . We can help you

8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. vicerUESDAY The issue found Commissioner

8:3O: p. m.-Senior Choir prac-i Everyone welcome. Special music : George Warren and Edward Band- in both. We pay you
ticeGlades and singing. 7:30 p. m.- Prayer Service
. low on opposite sides Warren
e. THURSDAY: dividends
big: on savings -
7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ wanted the dredge to continue
i Baptist Church Canal Point
I Service working at Lake Ida and Bandlow until have
. you
Baptist Church wanted the dredge moved to Lake
(Rev. Jonathan L. Wolf)
I Meets in Pahokee Lions Club I I Lawrence Stewart, Pastor First Baptist Osborne. accumulatedenough
.> Observers recalled that it was
Building. SUNDAY: Church PahokeeGutbrie
the Bandlow-Warren combinationthat
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 for down
: a. m.
I' 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School a
PREACHING::00 a. m. and 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship W. Colvard, Pastor stood side by side in pushingfor
I I purchase of the dredge in the
7:30: m. we'lllend
p. 6:30: p. m.-Training Union SUNDAY first payment. Then
SUNDAY B. Y. F.6:30: p. m. 7:30 Worship j 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School place.
: p. m.-Evening
The dredge since it put into
WED. 7:30 m. was
: p. WEDNESDAY 11:00 the rest
PRAYED I : : a. m.-Morning Worship operation about six months ago you
7:30: p. m.-Prayer Meeting I I 6:00: p. m.-Evening Worship
has been located in Lake Ida near
Church Of Christ - 6:45: p. m.-Training Union Delray Beach. Pumping operationhave needed for your

St. Mary's Catholic WEDNESDAY: stockpilled more than 100,000

125 N. W. Avenue D ChurchFather 7:30 p. m.-Prayer. Service yards of fill which is to be used for home at low interest
Phone WY 6-3867 development of a new county parkon

Belle Glade Fla.SUNDAY Holy Nativity the lake.Commissioner. rates and easy
SERVICES Francis Fennech Pastor
Warren, Monday
10:00: a. m.-Bible Study Sunday Mass 11:30: a. m. Episcopal ChurchPahokee asked the board to leave the
1 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Confessions before Mass dredge in Lake Ida for as long a payments.
7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship .. -*. *J period of time as it was needed to

WEDNESDAY Christian Science Rev. L. Lossing Vicar remove a point of land and a sand- COME IN AND
7:30: p. m.-Bible Study SUNDAY: bar which would allow boat traf-
-" Group Of Canal Point 10 a. m.-Sunday Schooi fic full use of the lake. His request TALK IT OVER
r 11:00: a. m.-Worship Service was backed by a petition
First Baptist I I
The Golden Text for Christian bearing 51 signatures asking that
Church, Canal PointElder Science churches this Sunday is: School Lunch Week the dredge not be moved WITH US
from Jeremiah (17:14): "Healme Chairman Bandlow left his chair

Lester Reams O Lord and I shall be healed; At Local SchoolSchool to express his views on moving the
SUNDAY: save me, and I shall be saved: for dredge-saying that it was timeit

9:45: a. m.-Sunday School thou are my praise." The Bible Lunch Week will be ob- was moved to Lake Osborne
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship lesson is on the subject, "Are Sin. served throughout Florida October where future development of the
6:30: p. m.-B. T. C. Disease and Death Real?" 1117. As always at Canal area requires lake pumping. He
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship. A central theme of the service Point Lunchroom Parents are invited said John Prince Park is the coun. Let Your Money
TUESDAYS: will be this statement' from the to eat during this week at I ty's largest fresh water park,
7:30 p. m.-Choir practice. denomination's textbook: "The understanding the regular adult lunch price. draws the largest number of visitors Earn
WEDNESDAY: of his spiritual indivi- Menus for this week: and la located In a heavily
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer duality makes man more real, more MONDAYHot populated area. 1
Service. formidable in truth and enables Dogs on Buttered Buns The two commisioners also differed 4
THURSDAY-Every other week him to conquer. sin. disease, and Mustard-Relish on cost of moving the por- OPAYABLE
7:30: p. m.Ladies Auxiliary death" (Science and Health with Turnip Greens and Roots, table dredge-Warren estimated
Meeting. Key to the Scriptures by Mary Carrot, Celery sticks up to $2OOO-a waste of tax pay-
Baker Eddy, p. 317). Cherry Cobbler ers money at this time, he1 said.
Mr. and Mrs. George Ramey Milk Bandlow said about $500.
were the weekend guests of their VISIT IN rAJIOKEE TUESDAY Vice Chairman Paul Rardin who SEMI ANNUALY
son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and FHP Cpl. and Mrs. Charles Fried Chicken Rice & Gravy presided during the debate of the
Mrs. Hugh Miller and family of Humphries and daughter Cindy of; Buttered Spinach two commissioners was placed in
Rockledge and attended the third Lake Placid, were recent guestsof Fruit Jell-o a position of having to break a tie
birthday party of their grandson, his mother, Mrs. Bill Unwin and Bread Butter vote three times in quick- succes-
Graham. Mr. Unwin. MilkWEDNESDAY sion.
Commissioner Warren moved

-- All Meat Stew that the dredge be left in Lake
Mashed Potatoes Gravy Ida[ and he was supported by Com-
Cabbage, Apple Salad missioner E. F. Van Kessel. Com-
Buttered Green Beans missioner Lake Lytal and Com-

Monday Cattle Sales Fruit Cups missioner Bandlow voted against FEDERAL
. MilkTHURSDAY the: motion and Commissioner Rar-
din joined them to break the tie.

the Glades Livestock Market Sloppy Joes, Buttered Buns Next, Bandlow with Lytal pro- SAVINGSAND
Are regularly held at
Potato Chips viding the second, asked that the
which is owned and operated by more than 120 Buttered Corn, dredge be' moved to Lake Osborneby

Florida Cattlemen. Mixed Greens Oct. 10. Commissioner Rardin LOAN
I Spiced Apple Sauce this time broke the tie by joining
f You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here Milk Warren and Van Kessel killing the

t at this Market.: We make an effort at all times to Since Friday, October 16 is Oct. 10 move. ASSOCIATIONPAHOKEE
will Bandlow, again with Lytal
school Conference day lunch pro-
and seller. Giveus
give an outstanding service to buyer not be served. viding the second presented a motion

a trial.SALES. -- to have the dredge moved be-
TO NATIONAL GUARD tween Oct. 18 and 24-a motion
t 11110111.11..1.. .' Joseph Henry Bullock left Sun- that passed with Rardin again

MONDAY AT 1 m. day for Columbia, S. C. where he. casting the deciding vote, joining
will be stationed with a National Bandlow and Lytal.. BELLE GLADE
Guard Unit. Joseph is the son of
Glades Livestock Market Mrs. A. G. Belcher. Also leavingFor BIRTHDAY PARTY
I the six'month training course The home of Mr. and Mrs.
and Charles Wilkinson was the scene
was Renza Echols son of Mr.
ASSOCIATION Mrs. L. D. Echols. of a birthday party in celebrationIon Accounts Insured By

On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road .---. of the second birthday of their Federal Savings And Loan
i Mrs. Sadie Barwick has returned son, Myles, Thursday, Oct. 1. Mrs.
Phone WY,6-SOS8 to her home In Mlamf following Wilkinson was assisted by her Insurance Corp.Prag""eJSfx .

a visit with relatives in Pahokee sister, Mrs. Richard Nason in serving
and Canal Point. refreshments.


Friday, October 9. 1964 The Everglades News Canal Point Florida 33438 Page Seven
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. I ewo

on U.S. Savings Bondsj j


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.
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 months; faster than the old rate.lnterest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide
Your savings increase faster, because your Bonds income. :for living. while Bonds build a
mature,in just 7 years 9 m ntba. nest egg for the future. That's why many .retired
hold H Bonds and families for
people saving say, achild's
With Series H Bonds, the 10-year maturity period : education, buy E Bonds.six .
stays the; same but more interest is paid! you each
months.With both and H Bonds the'new.rate Q:In what denominations can I buy series E and series
works out to.2>4%for the first year and a'half;then H Bonds?
a guaranteed 4% each'year to maturity. At B Bonds: $25 (cost $18.75), $50 (cost $37.50), $100

Q:When did the new rate become. . elective? (cost $75.00), $200 (cost '$150.00), $500
A: June, 1959.r (cost $375.00), $1,000 (cost $750.00).
$10.000 (cost$7,500.00).
Doe the new rate change the Bonds I L vU5&R' Bonds $500, $1,000, $5>OOO and 10000. They

fore June 1, 1959 are priced at face value. ..
,JU All older B and H Bonds pay more now-an extra .
Qt How safe: are+ U.S. Savings Bonds?
%% from now on,when helcl'to: maturity. The increase -
.takes effect in the first full.. interest period As Savings Bonds are an absolutely riakless way ts
afterJ'UDeL save; The United States Government guaranteesthe
ash value of your Bonds will not drop, that it
Q:Will the Bonds I own automatically earn their new can only grow.

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The Everglades. NewsPAUL

RARDIN, Publisher


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Friday, October 9, 1964nwww
The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33438
Bight -

i Here Is What Transpired At Monday's

k TIDEFRONT Q Meeting: Of The Palm Beach

FA.JECML: : County Commission

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County Commissioners this week) Beach between Nottingham Blvd.,
instructed Engineer George Frost and Belvedere Road.
COMMISSIONERDEPARTMENT to start moving on contruction ot; Heard that fill for a parking
FLORIDA OF AGRICULTURE extension of Road 703 which I is; ramp at Pahokee Airport had been
the route providing a new inter II placed and will be hard topped

The American farmers have U. S. and Canadian interests, are change over 1-05 asked by the I I sometime in the near future.
way for additional !- Radio Corporation of America. :
been increasing their use said to be pushing plans
RCA; according to Frost, has; I CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY
development. I
of fertilizers in the past few yeanyou'd ..
approved relocation of the interchange
think they led the world i in
Improper use of pesticides has road but has given only I i Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thompson
fertilizer use
for farmers luke warm approval of closing motored to DeLand Tuesday to
In total tonnage they do lead, of developed some problems
course. But, although the tote here in Florida, but we ar Monet Road at 1-95 one of the provisions spend the day with their daughter -
8.5 in eliminating required by state and fed Yvonne, the occasion being her
last was up by making progress
tonnage year that have caused diffi eral authorities in return for relocating 20th birthday. Miss Thompson Is
cent to 29 million tons, som practices
the interchange. a student at Stetson University.
a culties.
other countries outrank us on
per acre basis. A great many, Florida uses more pesticide;: NANCY HARRINGTON Construction of a service roar .

however, are far below us.For than any other state on the eastern I to replace' the dead-ended Monet I Fish Finder Is
and pasture lands the seaboard and is second only to< Road and payment Of its construc-
U. S. averaged crop in 1963 about 60 California in volume of product Nancy HarringtonWins tion is still under study, Frost said.'Now Available

pounds per acre. West Germa: grown and shipped. Yet we have< 4-H Club Award In other actions the commission;: I
farms averaged about seven time the lowest percentage of any gave approval for construction ota Now you can call l the fish to
that amount.On state, in relation to volume of ship Nancy Harrington, daughter t of bus stop near Lake Belvedere your exact fishing spot with a new
the other hand, per-acre use. ments, for Federal violations of: Mr. and Mrs. Roswell Harrington School to provide parking space patented and tested electronio
in Russia was only about one four pesticide contamination in food of Canal Point and a junior in P for four school buses and to keep transistorized Fish Call.
th the U. S. figure. That's one rea products.One hokee high school, has been declared the buses from having to park on Ichthyologists have known for
son Khruschchev is pushing con of the principal problems: winner of first place on Belvedere Road some time that fish respond to
struction and purchase of plants tot < encountered is drift of a pesticide< records in entomology (insect Adopted a resolution to a Bap- sonic oscillations (sound) between
produce agricultural chemical. which is applied on a windy day. study) in 4-H Club work in Palm: tist convention to be held next 50 and 300 cycles, and to light
The need for fertilizer to Increase It may be carried as much as five Beach county. The award was announced month asking church officials to I waves. Both have' been combinedin
t food production in many] miles to contaminate or damage last week by Count locate a new Baptist College in this compact unit.

parts of the world is directly re crops, settle' on a pasture to resultin Agent M. U. Mounts at a 4-H this area. I The sound waves, though only
of milk and Rescinded motion of last moderately audible to the human
lated to population density, prospects contamination Leader Training Session at Mounts a
for future population growth sometimes sicken or kill livestock, Agricultural Center In West Pali month approving a swap of ocean ear, travel some 20O-30O yards
I: and the amount of land available<- Florida Is not the only state Beach. front land for an equal amount of I I through the water and attract the
I i for crop production. In Russia with drift problems. California has Miss Harrington won a trip 1 to footage on State Road AlA. The I fish directly to the source.'. From
I population density is about 24 persons been plagued with them for some I the National 4-H Congress in Ch'- tract is known as the Hayes Ocean I then on it is up to the skill of the

per square mile, in the U. Sits ,. time. Now I note that Pennsyl- I ago to be held Nov. 28 to Dec. Property and Commissioner Geor- fisherman to get the fish to bite.
53 and In Western Europe vania has been having some : J. She has been in 4-H Club work; ge Warren, who made the original (The TR-Sonic Fish Call does not
motion asked that it be rescindedto give a fisherman unfair advantageof
around 200 troubles. for six years and has been a Junior ,
. . A grape-growing cooperative in Leader for two years. She has give him more time to study the a fish any more than buck call

Estimates of future world need the Keystone state alleges many ompleted 27 projects In 10 area, matter. gives a poor shot any advantage.)
and fruit have Heard that condemnation pro- I The dial allows selection of five
for fertilizers run into huge fig acres of grapevines Her interest in entomology bega '
serious damage from entomology ceeding for needed right of way different variants of sound waves.
suffered -
ures. To cope with soaring popu- through a film shown on
I lations and inadequate food pro- spray used to clear railroad right- by Associate County Agent Tor Delray Beach West Road will I In addition to the sound selection,
weeds and underbrush. meet to court this week and that all. the unit is also capable of producing -
duction, nations all over the globe of-way of John Causey at a 4-H Club go '
will be trying to squeeze every I Grapes are particularly sensitiveto ng. She plans to attend colleg rights of way for the project are I light waves for maximum
The Pennsyl- ; expected to be available by the end attraction of all species of fish. Re-
possible pound of food from every certain pesticides. 'ollowlng completion of her high I
acre that can, be cultivated.As : vania growers claim total damageto school course at Pahokee High; of November. 1 tail price $14.95.NormaLine .
P. O.
the fertilizer their vineyards cannot be School. Voted to procure three parcelsof Company,
a consequence asses-I needed for widen-I Box 596, Vienna, Virginia, 22180.
of until the harvest of right of way
industry is due to become one sed
the largest and most important of I . .. .. ing Dixie Highway in West Palm Adv.

our American enterprises. So,1 Keep your fingers crossed! 1 I Chevron New Brand
when it became apparent that U. : A Washington advisory service I Standard Oil
S. reserves of potash, an important reports weathermen are forecast-I
fertilizer ingredient, were ing October will be a
the East I LOUISVILLE, Ky Crown, ,a
dwindling, prospecting was increased for hurricanes along
to locate new sources. I oast. I gasoline brand-name' by Standar
Like the huge iron deposits dis-. The present pattern of upper air I 511 Company (Kentucky) for mor

covered a few years ago in its I urrents is responsible. han 5O years, is being replaced by;; *
-- W"'atn't the truth
northeastern wilderness" Canada I a i new name--Chevron. n
has come up with the answer. Mrs. Paul Watson "With the change to the Chevron -
that American in- I that milk is iik outh...
It is reported name we are identifying our :
Has Birthday PartyMrs.
terests are rushinginto exploitation etail operations with those of our:
of Canadian potash. U. S'I parent company Standard OlJompany .
News pointed out recently that. Lee Shirley entertained of California," said W.
Canadian potash reserves are tre with+ a surprise birthday party, C. Smith, President of the Standard -
mendous-some 60 Billion tons of Friday, Oct. 2, ather home in honor Oil Company. "This Company; ,
rich ore, in thick layers at depthsof of her mother, Mrs. Paul Wat- and its subsidiaries had been using -
3,000 to 7,000 feet in an area on. Guest attending were Mrs. ,, the Chevron name in 28 states,
450 miles long and 200 miles wide. l Carl Watson, Mrs. Lee Wroten, ; ;Canada and Latin America before
One U. S. firm plans to tap these Lars Bill Shirley, Mrs. C. A. Batch- the addition of Standard of Ken-
riches with a 60-million dollar lor, Mrs. Mattie Chastain, Mrs ucky's five states." l
mine and refinery to turn out t* Edna Pickett, Mrs. David Unwin, Decals bearing the new name<
million tons a year by 1968. Other tfrs. M. P Stanley, and Mrs. H. E. had to be placed on 30,000 gasoline I

ventures, some Jointly owned by Jnwin. pumps In the Company's! ..
;OOO outlets in five states. In addition .
all but the newest pumps: -(
are being repainted. The pump;
will be red or blue, depending onthe '
nine wow ** .w/u a. grade of gasoline. The Chevror ',- ::,s. : r'

trademark is red, white and blue, .. . r i
; Work on this changeover has "::1'1: i
been going on for the past ninety
ANDREWSDEMOCRAT days, and the change will be ef-

active October 6th. ---=...
"There will be no change in station -
FOR identifications" Smith said.

COUNTY COMMISSIONER area"\a ,long they in our as will we present be have identified service marketings by stations the- D

I tandard bil sign."
STOP THE "<:;IV.A ..;- + I .. .

e" \\' \.Y" AND DE '' oe Erby Thompson 10 BE dUSTT

OUR PUBLIC ;, ai las Birthday PartyMr


\V 113 K RECREATIONAL sisted by Mrs. Charles Wilkinson
FACILITIES itertalned with a birthday party. ,

: Andrewx'c Saturday night in honor of their'
proven dedication son Joe Erby on his 16th birthday .
will return government to ALL a' Club building and featured decorations -

the people.Look of green and white with athemta ,.
of "cars's.Refreshments.
: at the Record! included. individual -

EVERY REGISTERED VOTER CAN squares of cake with a car design. -

Door prizes: were presented .
VOTE ANDREWS to Ellen Jo Denton, Nancy Harrington -

Myrna Upthegrove, JohnPell ..
Nov 11a pUU LEVER 17A Nov m4 Davis Rayburn and Jim Tyson. IOUTHIAST FLORIDA DAIRY INSTITUTE .,,-

k /oftk.l$ Adwrti..m.nt for by Trasur.r.b There were 73 gueats present :

Including Joe Erbys aunt Mrs. M. r .
H. Baxter. .IWM.M14Page

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