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: October 16, 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: UF00079910:00409
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Riviera Beach To r Corp. W. M. Johnson, She Came, She Saw Pahokee Baptists Sugar Harvest To

;Jr., In Training Op. Ordain Three MenThe

Play Blue DevilsLooking I She Conquered Start Monday Week
USS RANGER (FHTNCMarine ) First Baptist Church of Pa-
Lance Corporal William M. hokee will ordain three men to the I
for their first win in Johnson, Jr., son of :Mr. and Mrs. Governor Farris Bryant says the deaconship on Sunday evening, With its many ups and downs
five starts, the Pahokee Blue William M. Johnson, Sr., of Paho I visit to Florida last week of Mrs. October 18th at 6:00.: Those to be the sugar harvest in the Lake
Devils, will. entertain the grid kee, recently participated in a I Lyndon B. Johnson on her LadyBird ordiin&d are: Don Collier, Ray Okeechoboe Region will get under
squad from Riviera beach tonighton training operation'with the land- I Special campaign train "was Hawk, Jr., and Foster Lassiter. !way this month and the huge mills
Lair Field In Pahokee with the ing party from the attack aircraft II the adhesive by which the several Other men who will become 'will commence grinding the sweet
kick-off scheduled for eight i carrier USS Ranger at the Naval solid segments of Florida's 1964 members of the active group of !stuff for market. One hurricaneCleo --
o'clock. Coach Pell has been put- Station, Subic Bay, Philippines.He 'Democratic Campaign have been deacons are: Horace Unwin and -laid the cane flat through.
ting his boys through some tough received practical training in welded Ipto a vehicle for victoryat James Harry Wilkinson, Jr. I out most of the growing area but
practice work since last Friday : survival individual combat tech- every level." The officers of the deacons elected warm sunshine and growing
night's game in order to pick up a 'niques and limited assault tech- In a strong statement stressing for the new year are: Wiley weather of a sort has helped to
win on'the local field tnoight. niques.A party unity Bryant cited the Tillis, Chairman; C. E. "Bill" Williams get it straightened up again to a
Last Friday night the locals landing party may be used -o I "growth and, greatness" of Florida Vice Chairman; and Horace degree.U. .
traveled to Lake Worth to do bat- evacuate United States citizens ; resulting from years of state Democratic Unwin, Secretary.All S. Sugar Corporation's Clew-
tle with the Trojans on Russ Bull- from a trouble spot or to protect leadership and harmony be- ordained deacons present Iston area will start Monday, Oc-
ard field. They came out on the Ranger from sabotage.Auxiliary II tween Florida and Washington will ))e asked to participate in the tober 19 and the Eastern divisionat
little end of the 12-0 score. Those I Democrats. This teamwork approach ordination service.County Bryant is scheduled to start one
who witnessed the game had many Work hesaid, has produced week later on Oct. 20. Glades
kind things to say about the Blue I "that climate of government m.st Sugar House operations will get
Devils in defeat. conducive to growth and best able Board HasA underway on Oct. 26, according to
Pahokee made a serious bid fora Progress Is Told to meet the needs created by that officials and Osceola will start on
touchdown soon after the game growth." Nov. 2.The .
got under way, but Lake Worth's I Of Mrs. Johnson's Florida visit, Brief Meeting labor situation has given
defense stiffened and forced the 'I The progress being made on the : the Governor said: "Those- who sugar processing officials a severe ,
Blue Devils back to the 20 after organization of an Everglades :Memorial seek to insinuate that the Demo- headache this fall and a lot of red
they had penetrated to the 11. Hospital Auxiliary was reported crats of Florida are not unified; Cot\'nty Commissioners, who tape is necessarily having to be
They were threatening again at by :Mrs. Hilda Jensen and that our ranks are split and that have been wading through some I cut before this labor can arrive
the end of the quarter. :Mrs. Grace Maxson at the business there is no harmony with Wash- lengthy sessions in recent weeks, from offshore islands.
John Pell, who had Pahokee meeting of Xi Alpha Mu Chapter ington should have been with me did a turn about Monday, whipping All of the men who cut cane
passing more than runninghethrew I at the home of Mrs. Eva Spooner. aboard the Lady Bird Special last through a meeting in record time, this season will be men from the
26 times against 22 carries, I Mrs. Evelyn Lair' president, an- Thursday and Friday. even after going back to the 10:30: West Indies, most of them from
and several of the latter were nounced new oppointlve officers: 'I' "The unity shown in Tallahassee starting time. Jamaica and Barbadoz, some from
actually frustrated attempts to named by the executive board; I Thursday night and the turnouts The brief session ended about an St. Lucie. However, a long road of
pass-had the Blue Devils just inside Mrs. Bea Long, auditor; 'Mrs. Don- I at every stop in territory pro- hour after it started, in plenty of regulations will have to be travelled -
Lake Worth's 15-yard line na tPlumer photographer; Mrs.Saisali.jrhpjnas claimed by the opposition as their time for the board to catch the before large Jets airlift these
with first and 10, but that, wasa,. :? ,newsletter? ; Mrs. own shows clearly that Florida first inning of the World Series if men from their. .. homelands to this
far as they got.Mental Lavinia Parker, chairman Mrs. Democrats'are' not 'only united they were. so inclined. country.
Francis Moore and Mrs. Helen but out working and working hard Among the few, actions taker a ...
Jean Boynton, scrapbook committee. for the victory that shall be theirs. were:
Clinic In ,"In Tallahassee a large banner Authorization to make a $13,000\> School Safety Is
Following the program "Art o: held by a small group sought to payment on the agreement for Jo-
Need More SpaceCounty Gracious Living" by Mrs. Boyntonthe advise Mrs. Johnson that she had sign and construction of a term. Topic AtLocal PTA.
group had a secret sister party come to Goldwater Country. If nal complex at International Air
with an exchange of gifts and that be so, let it be noted that she port.Authorized _
Commissioners Monday drew names for new secret sisters came, she saw, and she conquered. Installation of a Leland Keene, driver education
went,house hunting in an effort to for the current year.A ." traffic signal at the Intersection of teacher at Pahokee High School
find quarters at International Air- "Bonanza" party will be held - Forest Hill Blvd., and Kirk Road. presented the program "Safety in
port for a new mental health by chapter,members(at the home Approved a $1300 payment to our Schools" to the Canal PointP.
clinic. of Mrs. Genevieve Wilson Saturday : Commerce BodyIn the Central and South Florida T. A. in their October meetingat
Dr. Lawrence Leviton appeared night according to announcementby Flood Control District as the coun- the school.
before the commission, asking that Mrs. Marjorie Mock, social : Annual Dinner ty's share of a U. S. Geological I In the business meeting a lunch
quarters be found large enough to chairman. I Survey study to evaluate the- effectiveness eon report was given which showedan
accommodate a staff of five work- I of the flood control increase in milk served and

ers who expect to handle up to 300 Canal Pt Grocer :Mrs. Duncan Padgett, secretaryof operation. . only a slight decrease in lunches
clinic cases per month. the Pahokee Chamber of Commerce I I served. It was reported by James
The commission learned that the Gifford that the Halloween carnival -
announced this week that ToI
only building offered the mental Beat And RobbedC. final plans have been completedfor County will be Oct., 31 with the food
health group had already been the annual Chamber of Com- booth" opening at 5:3O: p. m. and
committed to the State Road merce dinner and installation of Meet Next Tuesday the parade beginning at 6:30: p. m.
' Department which is scheduled to H. (Red) Hitchcock Canal directors and officers: The room count award was givento
.. move into the county Nov. 1 with a Point grocer was beat and robbedof The dinner will be held Oct.>b"-r Mrs. Charlotte Walston's fifth,
::- i staff of 60; people who will be $800 about nine o'clock Sunday 20, at 8 p. m. In the Elks Lodge. I The Palm Beach County Council I grade. Refreshments'' were served
'l, .. '{ working on a road, planning! pro night and ,is :in: the ,Pahokee ,hospital James W. Vann will serve as master 'of Parent' -' Teacher Associationwill I by.:mothers',of- the fifth ,.grade stu-
..;r.. ..... .gram. suffering from a'brain'' con- of ceremony. Entertainment 'hold 'Its first Council meetingof dents. "- :.- -
h.. The commission! assured Dr. cussion. His condition October I
I reported during the dinner will consist ofa the 1064-65 fiscal year on
t Leviton that it would locate suitable -I as on the mend. two piano solo by Mrs. Stanley 20th, at its Headquarters,
't. space for the clinic at the air He said he was struck aa soon I Hooks and Miss Alice Hurt, a solo Building S-1138, Palm Beach International -
"1 port. as he opened the front door of his I at 10
by Mrs. Hugh Branch and a flute i Airport a. m
house after hearing a knock at I solo by Mrs. R. L. Hatton. Guest Delegates from local units allover For Dilton W. HallDilton
Ann Wilkinson Has the door. As he slumped down, speaker will be the well known the county will be requestedto _
Hitchcock said, he saw two men television personality, Jack Fair- vote on the fiscal year's budgetfor
A Birthday PartyMrs. head back to his bedroom where cloth. 1964-65 and other Important Washington Hall 67, of
his money box was located.A Officers; being installed for a recommendations from the Boardof Ocala, brother of Cecil Hall of Pa-
Ellis Wilkinson entertained brother W. P. Hitchcock, said one year term are Bill Benton, Managers of the Council which hokee and Perry Hall of Bryant,
Friday, Oct. 9. with a birthday the grocer was Improving but still president; Jack Spencer, vice president vitally affect the children of Palm died Friday morning, Oct. 9, at the
party in honor of her daughter, weak from loss of blood. ; and Charles Lewis, treasure Beach County. home of his brother Coleman Hall
Ann on her 6th birthday. She was - er. Directors for a two year term The program will feature an address at LaBelle after a long illness.
assisted by her mother, Mrs. W. G. Rogers Will Speak will be Bill Moss Bill Carroway, by Rev. Jack Loadman, Ju A retired employee of the U. S.
Hull and her sisters, :Mrs. Wallace Marvin Crady and Charles Lewis. venue Guidance Chairman of the Sugar Corporation, he is survivedby
Barnes, Mrs. Richard Naso Mrs. Farm Bureau MeetThe Tickets will) be available at the Council, entitled "On Education or I his widow Myra of Ocala; one
W. R. Wilson and Mrs. Charles Chamber office for those wishingto Being Educated." The address will son, Francis Hall, U. S. Navy stationed .
Wilkinson. A ballerina theme was Everglades Farm Bureau I attend and all reservationsmust deal with the problem of apathy in Morocco; eight brothers,
carried out in colors of pink and Annual Meeting and BarBQuewill be made by October 16. among parents that leads to child. one sister and one grandson. Stan-
white and the table featured a be held at the Canal Point - ren often ending up in Juvenile lay Hall. U. S. Navy Norfolk, Va,
ballerina doll. The 14 guests were Community Center Saturday, October -I HOME FROM CAROLINA Court or the need for guidance by Funeral services were held at
served the traditional cake and ice 17th at 6:30: p. m. Paul G. Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard the Juvenile authorities of the the Church of God in LaBelle Wed
cream and received favors. Rogers will be the Guest Speakerof returned to their home this week County. I nesday afternoon. Interment was)
the Evening. after several days vacation in the Registration of the delegates, I in the cemetery at Fort Denaud
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Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sears left Blue Ridge mountains of North who represent local units with a: Fla.
this weekend for West Point, Miss Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Collins were Carolina. Enroute home they visit- total membership in the county of I .- .
where they will be the guests of the weekend guests of her parents, ed their daughter Ruth who Is a over 14,000 parents will begin at Mr. and Mr C. E. Williams had
their son and daughter-in-law.Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson in St.' student .at 'Stetson_ University !In 9:8O a. m. and coffee will be serve as their house guest her'father, ,
and Mrs. H. H. Sears. Petresburg., DeLand. I I ed. Othan Gilbert of Carrolton'0. .
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Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point Florida 33438 Friday October 16. 196

I Auxiliary Workers Special Course Miss Jriilid UnwinIs

Installed In OfficeMiss With WSGS SponsorMrs. President Of ( :A.'s

Teryl Echola was installed]I(I J. R. York will conduct a Miss Julie Unwih, Daughter of'
r >ts Junior publicity'el !\liiiian, Monday special study course on the gookof Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Unwln received
hlglit l afc the ttlrls AtixlilaryJ Genesis at the Pahokee First the honor of being installed aa
rally of the Paihi Lake AssociationVJMch I I Methodist Church under the spon- president of'the Girls Auxiliary of
tM xnt ftt the feYrat BaptlsVbhurch .,>Unship of the Pahokee WSCS with the Palm bake Association in their
in ,WeSt Palrfi i3e .dt Teryl I Canal Point WSCS members invited recent meeting at the First Baptist -
is the daughter of air. and Mrs. I to at en& The course will be Church of West Palm Beach.
Lj Grady Echols and a tnember of the i taugm} in five\ classroom sessions, Julie will preside at the G. A.
-= : Canal Point Baptist Junior Girls starting\: \Wednesday night and con- houseparty to be held at Boca Raton -
Auxiliary. II tinuing thrdugh Nov. 11. in April.
Community Mission Chairman I.,. All church members may enroll. -_
The Rah lit B iiing i tri Cain Point, Florida of the intermediate G. A's. wai The program waS presented by 4I..u.jL4I J 1] 41"V:41"V:4I.: : 41""VI-I": 4 A
Miss Ginger Willis who was also I'I Mrs. Lee Kahle. Guest ,speakers
Tim! LAKE OrdZcl! OBI L! REGION: HOME OF installed at the Monday. .night I were Mrs. Ralph Duran who told THEATRE
meeting. Miss Willis is a member I of her experiences in leaving her PRINCE:
THE 1V11 fcGLADES ,NEWSServing "of ,the Pahokee Baptist Girls Auxiliary I'home in Cuba to make a hew home
and the daughter of Mr. and in Florida and Miss Sharon Johnson t PAHOKEE, FLA.

the tike Okeechottee Terming,Region Without Mrs. q.VCane :'_w who gave ,ta teen-ager's impression -
df the ,and. WSCS.
Interruption "Every Week f6r 40 Years I Field :hyj'ch SuNDAY, MONDAY, TUSIiAY
Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday I Day Is ATTEND ATLANTA MEET OCTOBER 18-19-20
Subscription.Price $2.00 Year In Advance Set For ThursdaySugar I Mr. and Mrs. James W. Vann
left Sunday for Atlanta Ga., where "THE UNSINKABLE
The BVerfelades News Is Entered! at the Post Office
Cane Field Day will beheld I they attended a meeting of the executive MOLLY BROWN"
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class :Matter !I
at the Everglades Experiment committee of the south-
Paul Rartiin ',:, Owner, Editor, Publisher Station next Thursday October' eastern regional council of the national DEBBIE REYNOLDS AND
22, according to an announcementby association of housing and tlAttVE PRESNEtl
John Causey, associate county redevelopment officials. They were (IN COLOR)
agent. The meeting was postponedfrom joined in Daytona by Mr. and Mrs.
Here Is What At
Transpired Monday'sMeeting Oct. 15 on account of Incle- George Lubike who accompaniedthem
Of The Palm Beach, ment weather. I'!I to Atlanta. "'\>>I V IJ.V.JII. 4jJ.V I V V V V I VJIJ"I..ltl,

,County Commission


The County Commission this ranging from the low offer to a
Week received bids for one of the high of $139,780.
largest projects ever offered in its The Belvedere Construction Co. taa
subdivision road improvement pro- also appeared to be low bidder on
gram. improvement of Bell View Ave., ata ; Phone 3245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade .
The bigJob entails rebuilding of price of $5,292 and improvement'
15 streets in the Eastview Manor of Riddle Road on a bid of $8,014. t"V" SALES and SERVICE "?
subdivision with the apparent low The commission ordered the bids **
bidder being the Belvedere Con- turned over for tabulation with ;> Heating Air Conditioning Appliances *>
struction Co., West Palm Beachat instruction that a public hearingon

ject a drew price bids of $110,765.69.from five companies The pro- contracts the prices are be awarded.called before any ++++++ + ++ ++ {M$* 4$ + $ ++$ + $* $*+ j++wM5M+

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which Is owned and operated by more than 120 $ t
Florida Cattlemen.
You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here H $

at this Market. We make an effort at all times to 3 k'-k;

give a trial.an outstanding-service to buyer and seller. Giveus I f r time T.;'.

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COLLECTORA flip of a I switch. Reddy Kilowatt cuts costly tirn "

consuming hours. He's a helping hand . milking
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and cheaper, too.

DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE Now,Cheaper Than Ever to GO ALL ELECTRIC.thanto !
use it In combination with fflam -type fuels. The

There is no substitute For Experience.Mr. recent $10 million rate reduction (fourth major

price cut in 10 years) makes Sunshine Service

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__ __ and Mrs. R. T. Smith had Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Echols and
M. J.: Sapp is a patient at Ever- Mr. I
glades Memorial this week and Is as their guest this past weekend, daughter Teryl and Mr. and Mrs.

I ftSNANEWSNOTES I reported to be improving. their son, Johnny Smith, who Is a 1 10.I H. Sheppard and daughter I
Mrs. calledto student at the University of Flor- Hazel were Sunday guests of Mr.
Meridian Guy ,Thompson Miss., by was the deathof ida in Gainesville. I I and Mrs. Ralph Echols in Naples.

her brother this week.
Mrs. Jess Elliott motored to i Mrs. Jerry Grimes spent this
,Nat Nason has returned to his rrni irr LITITXT:
Lakeland this' past weekend and weekend in Daytona Beach where
I home in West following -
Palm Beach
was accompanied home by her she attended a State Board meet-
mother Mrs. Emma Wheeler who s ing for exceptional children. a weekend visit with his grand-Max- /1"1"1 WK* **** . Will .. .
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
plan to stay for a week's visit.
I Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Lair had as son.
Mrs. Thelma Culberson is reported weekend guests, her sister, lira.
imporving after surgery I Mattie Lou Mathews of Luverne Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas are ANDREWSDEMOCRAT
_ this week at St. Marys hospitalin Ala., and her niece, Mrs. Dayton the guests of her father H. A. Lee
and Mrs. Lee in
West Palm !Beach. Roberts of Ft. Lauderdale. Marianna. for several days FOR

Mr. and Mrs: R. J. Schroder were Rudolph, Vann, son of Mr. and
th overnight guests of their son Mrs. L. P. Vann has returned to Mrs. R. T. Smith attended the:
and family, Robert Schroder and his home after receiving an hon- dedication of the new Indiantown COUNTY COMMISSIONER"ANDY
attended the Lake Worth-Pahokee orable discharge from the United post office, Saturday.

football game in Lake Worth Friday -, States Army following 3% yearsof Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Holt were the "SAYS:

night. I service. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Danny STOP TIlE "GIVE

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson,; Mrs. Nellie Reuter left Sundayfor Mullis in Orlando last weekend.R. A\VAY" AND DE '' X

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Moss and Mr.,I Jacksonville where she will O. Shackford is undergoingtests TERIORATION OF -
and Mrs. Lee Shirley spent this I spend several weeks visiting Mrs. and treatment at St. Marys OUR PUBLIC :
past weekend in Gainesville where I Allie Dumer and Mrs. Bessie Suit. Hospital in West Palm Beach this BEACHES AND K i'dJ
they attended the football game week. y
Miss Barbara Ursry of Staten 1
between Ole Miss and Florida. .
Island, N. Y. is the guest of her. FACILITIES <, y
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father Ray Ursry and family in Girls Auxiliary In Andrews' y. .4 x .k E
I Canal Point. dedicationwill
Rally Attendance proven
"D.S. Bonds Mr. and Mrs. Frank Catoe and return county
Savings I his mother have returned to their Approximately 30 members of .government to ALL 4
have the home after being called to South the Girls Auxiliary of the First the people. i'' st:
helped I II I Carolina by the death of his aunt. Baptist Church in Pahokee attended Look at the Record! 6
the G. A. rally which was
I American people to Rev. Donald Padgett of Chatta- held at the First Baptist church in EVERY REGISTERED VOTER CAN
hochee was the guest of his par- West Palm Beach Monday night.
I become a ,nation of ents, Mayor and Mrs. Duncan Pad- They were accompanied by their VOTE ANDREWSNOV
gett, this week. director and counselors, Mrs. David!
savers"Says 3, 1964 PULL LEVER 17A NOV *> "aPolitical
Unwin Mrs. Don Collier and Mrs.
I Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rogersand Lois White and several mothers Advertisement P.id for by Campaign Treatwrer

MR. M. MONROE KIMBREL: grandson, Mike Justice, spent I who helped to furnish transportation. .. '.i 00
President American Bankers Sunday in Miami visiting her :
Association. mother Mrs. Sarah Young and
"Savings Bonds have had an other relatives. .. .
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important part in preserving a
way of life which rewards indi- Mr. and Mrs. Bob Maxson of i.
vidual initiative. Boca Raton were the weekend ....
'But in addition Savings guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.F. '
Bonds have made it easy for
tens of millions of Americans to S. Parrish and his parents, Mr. .
ave for the important thingsin and Mrs. R. J. Maxson. While here '
their lives. they pent the day in Gainesvilleand The World on Your Doorstep.
"These are the reasons why attended the Saturday foot- .
bankers everywhere are proudof ball game between Ole MIss. and
their part in the Savings
Bonds Program and why the Florida.
American Bankers Association
Miss Velma Williams of Miami
pledges its continued support.
was the weekend guest of her I

parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Will-
i ii I iams in Pahokee.
I Keep freedom In your future with
Mrs. W- S. Cross is a patient at

j U.S. SAVINGS BONDS Everglades eye Memorial surgery. Hospital following h1 I It

I' TA T7J3. 0.*.rnm.nt <&>.. Mr. and Mrs. Bill.Geiger of Glen-
not pay for tMtfemfc sd..rti.tnp.rA.
Tr D.part t.nt_ nville Ga., are the guests of his
.a and*Advtrtifino tMu nn..pap.r Cowr/.*- brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
I ttr patriot 'POri. Mrs. M. D. Geiger. I

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attained. Without adequate seniority he has little
S ground to hope for assignment to important
committees. Without seniority his influence in
the Senate is greatly limited.

Holland Ranks 12thin 1 tK

the order of Seniority in the Democratic mem-
bership of the Senate. His influence, experienceand
powerful voice have gained him membershipon
the powerful Committees of Appropriations ?}'ti's v\ }:.. .,.1k\:
Agriculture and Forestry, and Aeronautical and t, : ,..V.
Space Sciences, all of which are of particular \ }\},\,,

importance to Florida and to you as. one of its .
citizens. .

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October 11 to 17 is National Newspaper Week. And we are happy :.1

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Friday, October 16, 1954
The Everglades+ News Canal Point, Florida 33438 Page g'iyb

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ices. True no Governor's budgetever I

-A goes through the Legislature ,
YOUR GOVERNMENT without amendment, but the Governor I

more than anyone else, is in I

L 4 . .A WEEKLY REPORT BY position to look at the entire picture I Don't miss
of state services, and definitely I
exerts an influence on where I
emphasis is placed.
"A Governor is good as a listening -
i post for citizens who feel oppressed '
have failed to
and who get
Governor of Florida
,. I relief from other agencies. REGULARLY
"A Governor is good as a sourceof
My friend Governor Henry Bell- agencies about his state WITH
and public opinion, but: information
mon of Oklahoma also writes a someone has to get t'\,, ball rolling.; Any citizen anywhere, who has a
weekly newspaper column for the Under our system, the Governoris j question to ask generally feels i iI 'O>SAVIMGS BONDS
of his
citizens state. One of his one place to start. free to direct his Inquiry to the
columns especially caught my eye "A Governor is good for helpin I Governor's Office.
because it seems to match my to build the public image of his I ''A Governor is good for estab-
thinking so well about some of the state. Wherever he appears and lishing lines of communication. He ..
duties of a Governor. I would like whatever he says gives observersan Is more accessible than state officials -
to share these thoughts with you. idea about the people he repre. who are appointed or hired, I
"Sometimes in the wild rush of sents. since those who vote in the election I WWWWWW
events which revolve around the "A Governor is good for estab- feel a kinship to the chief execu- pieces and attempt to fit them to- Stork Shower For
Governor's Office, the question lishing a policy which other agencies tive which they do not feel toward gether in order to bring about the
comes to mind, 'What good is a i and officials can follow. If a others. most good for the most citizens."A Mrs. John BaconMrs.
governor, anyway?' While there Is Governor is careless, cantankerous "A Governor is good for looking Governor is good for elimin-
still a great deal to learn "about and crooked, other officialsare ahead to plan the progress and ating the bad apples when they John Bacon was honored'
this job and while I expect to go apt to be inclined the same development of his state. :Many i appear. In an organization as largeas with a "Stork Shower" Tuesday
on learning clear up 'till the day way. But if the Governor works other agencies see a part of the I state government, bad actorsare night in the Maxson Building of
my term is over, there are some for harmony, economy, and pro- picture, but it remains for the: ure to turn up occasionally.When the Canal Point Methodist Church.A .
conclusions I would like to pass gress, others tend to follow his chief executive to look at all the i they do, it is often up to the color scheme of pink was used
lead. the pieces and attempt to fit them Governor to swing the axe. throughout the room with the
Governor is good for settling "A Governor is good for recruit- together in order to bring about I' "Early in the history of our table laid with a pink cloth ana
arguments which apparently can't Ing new industry, since doors the most good for the most cit country one of our states decidedto featuring a pink la france tree.
be decided any place else. The buck which are often closed to private izens. i eliminate the executive branchof Cake squares decorated with tiny
passing stops here. citizens or to other state officials! "A Governor is good for looking government entirely and run its I pink and blue "booties" were served
"A Governor is good for propos- quickly open when the Governorcalls. I ahead to plan the progress and 'I 1 1I affairs through the legislative and the guests.
which need judiciary branches. It didn't work. Mrs. Don Adams was presenteda
changes to be
1 development of his. State. Many I Too many cooks spoiled the broth. prize for her name which was
made. Once the is launched "A Governor is good for settingthe
program I other agencies see a part of the : "So whether or not they are always submitted In a "name the baby"
it is frequently amended and pattern in dividing up money i picture but it remains for the i ii right, apparently Governorsare contest. Hostesses Mrs. Glenn
changed by the Legislature, state which Is available for state serv- ,i chief executive to look at all the I necessary." Powell, :Mrs. James Miller. Mrs. O.

. II I H. Sheppard and Mrs. Boyd Vor-
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hees presented the honoree withan
"infant seat". Out of town
Management Areas guest was Mrs. Jean F Bacon of

IDo Created By GFWFC Belle Glade.ATTEND .
.. ..,; we really .

Those attending the Northwood
need six new fish management areas in
aMedicare'Thx chapter of the Eastern Star OES
Florida has been announced by the Keen
meeting honoring Mrs. lone ,
Game and Fresh Water Fish Com assistant grand conductress of the

mission. Grand Chapter of Florida Friday
The areas were approved by the night from the Pahokee chapter,
.o, were Mrs. Jessie Barnes Mrs. Jen-
commission at a recent meeting at
Silver Springs.The nie McKinstry, Mrs. Ruth Mere-
?: A t. areas Include Lake Francis dith, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Sizemore
V ".''..'.0...( and Red Beach Lake in Highlands and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Graham.

r ,.1 .".11.' ...."YtO' 0 County, Watertown Lake In Co- .
. ''. lumbia County, Lake Talquin in Mrs. Nellie Reuter and Mrs. W.
; ::. Leon and Gadsden Counties, Lake S. Cross had as recent guests Mrs.
-- ; < Eaton in :Marion County and Lake Allie Dumer and Mrs. Bessie Suit-

:' Health care 1 Dias in Volusia County. of Jacksonville. %

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' }'.1 is now available A message from the Treasury of a free people

i \ t
for over 65Vcannot .

who afford to: i * -
pay ; .

,iy1'a,: 1 L
4 V

\) If you are over 65, facing 6F1

medical expense ana "

.,; can't pay for it. . it's ;r" 'WV

yours for the asking, already V q

provided for by' *

law. The Kerr-Mills: Act 1!: sljyf
; j H .'! t'' r
offers a Health Opportu'I: .
.' nity Program for the Elderly V ,5 coiled!

.0- 0 with the federal :... r"V} 1
{' 0 S"V 4f.I' .. '. "'" pfcteres::;
"' : and state governments 1 I
':f : sharing the cost. r. .,'". ": 1 of Presidents

. In most states this. 'for fun..and ,

.. Vk'4: V care is far, far greater S.V S S freedomEach
than that offered by V;
I b ,5 ..
f:' }, 'j 5 t Medicare proposals . .. '''v' ..
:" r \ :'. and no additional tax is ':..j 0:

t .f3'. '. t' ((,c necessary! '\' :. f'

.. .t y' ; the denomination of Series E Savings
of seven
V >' S If you are elderly, ,;:' ,IS I
President of the United States. If
'O .' Bonds shows a different
).'- and without funds for {j h'. ";: -I you're interested in this kind of art, the seven make a nice
: medical ask I \
S ,
; needed care, t collection.
doctor about the j Along with the hobby Savings Bond offer such extras) '
your ;..ff.; 'a\\ : as rlskless investing/i% more money at maturity, and
OJ Health Opportunity Pro- ,: ) ':, financial freedom for your future.
gram for the Elderly, or '- But there are other kinds of freedom tied In with your
purchase of Savings Bonds. Freedom to speak your piece
local medical ;
ti : call l
.J -.. your o, choose your job, and own your property, to name a few.
V ...5 I.t> society. Every Bond you buy helps our government further the
.. cause of freedom everywhere in the world today.
C. collecting U. .. "; ,.
o Why not start -
.. PROGRAM FOR THE EtDERLYHELPS "". ? Only $ .t r'
,. ". HEALTH OPPORTUNITY : Savings Bonds now ?
.", I each for the George S.I ;
> ). THOSE WHO NEED HELP ;r variety at your bank or on o '00
roll Savings where you work.
; '

:'f Palm Beach County . I U.S. SAVINGS BONDSTA

. TJJt. 0..._...." J49 _* 5q j.r uc. aj..rtfi1sg:Ir'.

\. Medical I Society .L ",. ,,t" j. .1 .TA*4 ?ttte r.s..rtr.....D..r'...r hr".'"ANCr N1ssk.satfWta ria. 4dar1.lwy....,.... C.=. y. ,t_j

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Six The Everglades News, Canal,:Point, Florida 33438 Friday. October 1ft. 18 f.

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: t t. fA. NEW, r MEETING DATE
Y T f
'' Church" ahokee, postponed The Canal the Point regular Garden meeting Club yes-

Ilu'w Of The "' h S II SUNDAY.t Cutbrie: W-Colvard.---- Pastor tecday October and will 22 at hold the the Community meetingon

9:45: ,a. m.-Sunday School Building in Canal Point at 3 p. m.
11OO: al m.-Momhig Worship
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The N etho4ist Church South Side ChurchOf The Pahokee ChurchOf 6:45 6:00 p.p.; m.m.--Evening Training Worship Union

\ Canal fo.m(, Florida ChristBelle The NazareneRev. WEDNESDAY: '
'T:30"p: : 'm.--Prayer Service
Glade from ... &
across Willard Kilpatrick SAVINGS
James<<: W. Baugher, Pastor, ,
\: SUNDAY: Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 433 Bacom Point Rd. Glades Baptist ChurchRev.
,', 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School. .0:00: a. m.-Bible l Study Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882
', 1:00: a. m.-Sermon
llOO: a. m.-Morning Worship
6:30: m.-Evening Service ( .Jonathan L. Wolf) f
p. 9:45 School
,J: 6:00: p. m.-Evening! Worship a. m.-Sunday
( TUESDAY 6:30: p. m.-Wed- .Bible Study 11:00 a. m.-Sunday' Worship Meets in Pahokee Building.Lions Club HOMEOWNER
8 00 6:30: p. m.-Juniors
: p. m.-Woman's Society
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45: a. m.
St. Peter's Lutheran 7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening
let Tu48day.WEDNESDAY .
... ; Service PREACHING::00 a. m. and
: Church Belle Glade Evangelistic 7:30: p. m.
: p. m.-Prayer Meeting
SUNDAY B. Y. F.3:30: p. m.
7:3O: p. m.-Midweek Prayer
-. August Koerber, Pastor WED. PRAYER--?:30 p. m.
meeting. . .
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade -
First Methodist "Where you are a stranger but .
: SUNDAY: Church Of Christ
once. ;
Church, PahokeeJohn Divine Services 11 A. M. :
School 9:45: A.M.
I 125) N. W. Avenue D
A. Bnley, Pastor . Church Of' God, Phone WY 6-3867 SHIP
SUNDAY: Barf: ietd Highway Belle Glade, K2a.
The Church Of Qod j 1
9:45: a. m.-Church School SUNDAY SERVICES

11OO: a. m.-Morning Worship Of Prophecy, Pahokee Pahokee, Fla. 10:00: a. m.-Bible Study
6:45: p. m.-MYP Canal Point''Road'' J. W. Hughes, Minister 11:00 a. no.:-Morning Worship GO 4N
7:45: p. m.-Evening Worship Phone 024-3736: 7:30: p. m.Evening Worship
TUESDAY" : I John H. Klnard, pastor SUNDAY: WEDNESDAY :HANp: ,
7:00 p. m.Vesper Choir prac 10:00: a m.-Sunday School 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 7:30: p. m.-Bible Study
ticeWEDNESDAY :'11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service 11:00, ..-, H _
a. m.-Morning; Worship
'I" : 7:45: p. Evangelistic Service 7.:30,p.; !Evangelistic" Service Christian Science We help
I you
: 7:45: p. m.-Mid-week devotions 8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B.,, l.
"' I II 8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B, TUESDAY Group Of Canal Point
. :
I 8:30: Senior Choir ,in both. We, pay you
p. m.- practice Everyone welcome. Special music 7:30: p. m.-.Prayer Service
and singing. THURSDAY: "Greater love hath no man than
.. .' . 7:3O p. m.-Youth for Christ this, that a man lay down,his life big r dividends on. sav-
I 'for his friends." This verse from
I Service
; First BaptistChurch Holy Nativity, .. John (15:13)) will be the Golden i ins until you have

'Canal PointElder Episcopal Church Text for a Bible Lesson on "Doc !...
Canal Point
1 lt in8'Q'AfgnemeAtr'Iotielieadf, at Accumulatedenough
r 'Pahokee !
Lester ReamsSUNDAY Baptist Ch'urchLawrence 'alt Ghjdistian Science church 8el::,
vices this, Sunday. for
: Rev. L. Vicar a
II Losing, J Stewart, Pastor Selections. >from "Scienceand,
9:45: School
a. m.-Sunday SUNDAY
I SUNDAY: Health, with Key tqtheScriptures"by ,
11:00 Then we'llfiend
: a. m.-Morning Worship 1O a. m.-Sunday School payment.
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School Mary Baker'Eddy include "this
6:30: m.-B. TJ C.
I p.
I If
11:00 Service
: a. m. Worship
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship statement: "Wisdom and, Love
7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship. .
f TUESDAYS: .- - 6:30: p. m.-Training Union may, J.require: many,- 'sacrifices ofself : you the restneeded

7:30 p. m.-Choir practice. St. Mary's Catholic 7:30: p. m.-Evening. Worship to save us from. sin" (p. 23)).
- for
t I 7:30 Midweek ChurchFather 7:30: p. m.-Prayer Meeting
: p. m.- Prayer
A Service. .. . at low interest
\ I THURSDAY:-Every other week Francis Fennech Pastor Mrs. H. E. Unwin is a patient in
II 7:30: p. m.Ladles Auxiliary Sunday Mass- 11:30: a. m. St. Marys Hospital where she underwent rates and easy
Meeting. Confessions, before Mass recent surgery.
1 I I' BIRTHS monthly payments.


Mr. and Mrs. James Lowe (Shir-
ley Culberson) of Pahokee, an-
nounce the birth of a son, Mark TALK IT OVER
Edward, born October 6.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Rich- WITH US
ardson of Pahokee announce the
Rxc<$ ? Yt33= ?at
birth of a daughter, Yvonne
t .
na.H Eileen, born October 6.
\ .

\ Pahokee CirclesIn

Regular Meetings- Let Your Money
Members of the Pahokee First Earn
Baptist 'WMU met Tuesday for
I II If their circle meetings and discussed
plans for the coming year. The 4 1
community mission for the_monthof 2%
f yi October will be visitation witha
3 special emphasis on the coming
revival November 1 thru 8. PAYABLESEMI
I i The program for this month was
I II "Worship and the Missionary." ANNUALY
,", ;. All through the year WMU members "
; wil( be studying worship in ,
I I djfferent'-'phases"::: of the church
work. l tt{
The Betty Mills circle met at the
I arak fit'RETURN' home of Mrs. Bill Shirley with
Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson president,
\ presiding. Mrs. Don Collier presented EVERGLADES
the program. The group decided -
to sponsor the Junior.G. A's
i i and plan to meet for their Novem- FEDERAL
ber meeting at the home of Mrs.

I i Lee The Shirley.Lottie Moon circle met at

I the home of Mrs. Marvin Crady SAVINGS

PAUL ROGERS with, 12 members present and three
1 visitors. Mrs. Crady presented the AND
1 program assisted by Mrs. Joe LOAN
Thompson, Mrs. W. A. Keen and
-, Mrs. J. C. Mock.
''Mrs. Edward Culberson was ASSOCIATIONPAHOKEE
hostess to the Faye Taylor circle..
Mrs. Gene Sullivan presented the
program assisted by several of the -
members. There were 13 members
:::; present and plans were made to

.y I .. ,I ;,:,.'/..;',. McCurdy ing.meet at the,for home the-.November-of Mrs. Annette meet- BELLE r GLADE

f' Mrs. M. W. Carey Jr.. and son
Jeff returned Thursday from Mar- Accounts Insured By

VOTE DEMOCRATIC NOVEMBER 3rdPAID ianna.her where father-in-law they were, M.the W. Carey.guestsof Federal Savings And Loan

Knrouta tbgy alas xisited, h reoWIID.s. Insurance Corp.

,A rOM .... .TN DICTNtCT COM..........&.s&11NH.NYIISt 'Costln ,at Mr Port"and St.Kra..James Joe. E.


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October 18. 1964 .
The Everglades News Canal Point Florida 33433 Page SevWflladene -

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Todd To Rita Faye Hooks Is Newspaper Aus fio 11 two Deacons To Be I Mrs. Zimmerman
Wed M. R. MurphyMrs.
Sorority President Publicize Citrus Crop Honored At CoffeeMrs.

Pat Todd of .362 Juniper Mrs. Rita Faye-Hooks was elected IJUCEUANT:: > The "Florida( Citrus :I Ordained Oct. 18 Ituthanne Zimmerman was
Ave., in Pahokee announces the engagement I president of the Beta Omicron Commission will spend $150-i honored with a coffee Wednesday,
of her daughter Willa- Chapter Beta 000 this fall in newspaper advertising Oct. 14 at the home of Mrs. Marian
Sigma Phi
sorority Sunday, Octob.er 18, will be a
dene Todd of Belle Glade to Montgomery at a meeting at the home of Mrs. to herald the arrival of the Hatton, 2271 Bacom Point Ro"ad.frs. .
high for Canal Point Baptist
Raft Murphy son of Mr. Laura Hatton, with Mrs. Beth new season's first fresh citrus I day Zimmerman who plans to
and Mrs. W. L. Murphy of 815 Elarbee, vice president, presiding. cron. Church folk. Perry E. Hall and leave for Vientane Laos, South-
Laurel Drive Lake Park. Mrs. Hooks resigned as treasurer The commission's entire schedule i Cecil Clark will be ordained to the eastern Asia on November 1, was
The bride-elect is a graduate of in order to accept the presi- of advertising the Deaconship of God at 2:00: p. m. presented an orchid corsage by the
the Pahokee High School class of dency and Mrs.. Betty Mills was ment of the new crop announce-I that afternoon.The hostesses who were, Mrs. Marian
1963 and a graduate of Palm Beach. elected to replace her as new reled through 37 daily newspapers I Reverend Armando Sllv rio I Hatton, Mrs. Laura Hatton, :Mrs.
Vocational Beauty Salon and is. chapter treasurer.Mrs. in the larger fresh fruit markets j J of the Home Mission Board will Nina Hatton and Mrs. Louise Zac-
presently employed at Ina's Beau I. Lovda Newton, ways and according to Commission General speak at the morning worship cagnino. The table which was laid
ty Salon Belle Glade. means chairman, announced tha Manager Homer H. Hooks. j hour and participate in the ordina- with a pink linen cloth was centered -
The bride-groom-elect: Is a grad chapter is sponsoring a benefit The ads, which will be supported -I! tion service. with an arrangement of pink
uate of New Iffrtmswlck High fashion show and dessert bridge by commercials l on network The Reverend C. J. Smyly.. former carnations and. babys breath.
School New Brunswick N. J., and party at the Lions Club building television, will begin In late October -I pastor of the church will de-
was recently discharged from ser Monday evening, Oct. 26. with prom'6tl6hs for Vresfh liver the Charge. the Candidates' Fish Finder..
vice, having served with the 101st Members of,the local chapters of grapefruit. The announcements for, at the afternoon ordination serv
AirBoren Division at Fort Campbell Beta Sigma Phi will serVe as fashion fresh oranges will begin sometime ice. Now AvailableNow
Ky. He is currently employedby models.' Tickets are available after the middle of November. | Immediately after the morning J
Western Electric Co., Pahokee. through Beta Omicron members.A Hooks pointed out that the com- worship hour, the church will assemble you can call the fish to
The Wedding date. has been set for western costume social fea- mission had decided to move tie, in the 'dinIng hall 'for an your exact fishing spot with a new
Nov. 20.Tourist. turing a steak for fresh citrus announcement ads old fashioned dinner on the groundand patented and tested electronic
supper chapter
.... hour. The churchis transistorized' Fish Call.
members and their husbands at the into newspapers because of the exceptional -
- home of Mr. and Mrs. Jose Antuna flexibility 'provided by' planning to begin the'day with a Ichthyologists have known for
this news media. "This flexibility Sunday School attendance roll of some time that fish respond ,to
was announced by Mrs. Sheila I
Study By Ames, social chairman. Mrs. Sally enables the commission to pinpoint 200. Then packing the sanctuaryfor sonic oscillations (sound) between
the from Reverend 5O and 300 cycles, and to light
the fresh fruit message at exactly message
Development Board Mayo was assisted with the presentation I
Sllverio. Reverend will be waves. Both have been combined
of the "Your : the right moment for the greatest Smyly
present at this service and will also in this compact unit. .
Poise and Charm" Mr. Barbara impact in the markets. A newspaper -
The sound waves!, though only
Pope. schedule of advertising permite speak for the evening worship
Development Commission's annual '., ., us to postpone, delay or step' service at '?:30 rr,. m. moderately audible to the human
tourist study says of the 14,208,279 .I up our own schedule within a 72- ... . I ear travel some 200-30O yards
Week Of Prayer Is through the water and attract the
persons who visited Florida in period", explained. I
1963, the majority came from 28 Scheduled LocallyPlans - Mrs. D. B. Watkins entertainedwith fish directly to the source1. From
the skill of the
then on it is up to
states ranging from the high in a neighborhood "cookout"party
the fish to bite.
Patterson Circle fisherman to get
New York and Illinois to a low of to observe a week of prayer in honor of her son Ricky's7th TR-Sonio Fish Call does not
71,040 each, from Kansas and and self.d mlal announcedby Monday AfternoonThe birthday, Wednesday evening, (The
were give a fisherman unfair advantageof
Maine. Oct. 7. She was &assisted by her
Mrs. Boyd Vorhees at the Oc- a fish any more than buck callgives
New York and Illinois each provided lone Patterson circle met daughter Nancy Jol Crady and
about 1.2 million tourists tober meeting of the Canal Point at the home of Mrs. J. L.. McCall Allen Wroten.ENTERTAIN. a poor shot any advantage.)
allows selection of five
The dial
and Michigan was next with 994,- WSCS at the home of Mrs. O. H. I Monday afternoon with 11 members ..4. different variants of sound waves.
580.The Sheppard. The observance will present. Mrs. M. F. George AT POOL PARTYMr. In addition to the sound selection,
14.2 million estimate of take place the last week in October presented the program, "Worshipand and Mrs. Joe Tom Boynton the unit is also capable of pro-
tourists entering Florida last yearwas with periods at the church for Missionary, Tasks". entertained members of the Senior ducing light waves for maximum
a new record for the state. In prayer and meditation to begin at She was assisted by Mrs. Alma Methodist Youth Fellowship of the attraction of all species of fish. Re-
1945, the commission estimated a 9 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. October 27. Nall and Mrs. J. E. Williams. The First Methodist Church with a tail price $14.95.Norma.Llne .
total of 2.5 million. - members will visit prospects and pool party Sunday afternoon at Company, P. O.
In 1963, the winter months ON HONEYMOONMr. shut-ina for their community missions their home 1649 E. Main in Paho- Box 596, Vienna, Virginia, 22180.
showed fewer tourists than did the'I.1mmer and Mrs. Paul Sasser arc this month. I kee. Adv.
' months. The state got a honeymooning in New Orleans, "LA., __ -- _.- I
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million visitors each month during following their marriage Friday :::::: ::
January February and March, Oct. 9, in Folkston, Ga. Mrs. Sas-
compared with 1.5 million in June, ser is the former Mrs. Susan Wilson -
July and August. of Canal Point. STATEMENT OF CONDITION

---- Farmers Production Credit Association

Miami, Belle Glade and Vero Beach, Florida

I A The Close of Business, September 30, 1964
I '

,. -- RESOURCESLoans

'now- ain't *t.: the truth and Interest .................-......... $14,420,538.47

that milk i io ii; c. outh.... Less Reserve ...........?.................... 307,508.10 $14,113,030.37

Cash In Banks, ..................................... 96,034.00F.

H. A. Soil & Water Loans .............. 8,704.00

,,) U. S. Government Bonds ...............!L... 732,353.01Stock

t : Federal .Intermediate Credit Bank \ 231,730.00Acquired

Property ................................ < f1 \ 4a. 28,609.98
Land and Buildings .F3,712.91Automobiles

..........!............................. I 4,4Z ..

\1 : .... , .,, Furniture and E..mpment ................... 1S.OQ4.54

.,,,", Other Asset ..........._............................ 1,844..72..

I k ::

NO\ea '' 'iyln lei .'Fecterat. Intenre&atie, 'e & it Bank.... $$12,384,894.2;
i.* ***vj ftV >
Mi cehuneoui Accounts Payable 7,458.812,7oiQg4.88
'\ r Class B Stock .\.................................. .
Class A Stock ......._......._................_ --.e.-- ; : .

S ...........,........._.._.................... .

-.. '15,293,447.98'I



"TOO GOOD Counties Served': 0 j C Ii- if, Dade, Indian kiver, Martin, Monroe,

I Okeechobee, aim Beach and St.':L cie

Harry B. Matthews George H. Wedgworth Chas. B. Long, Jr.
President Vlce-Preaident SecretaryTreasurerDIRECTORS

FOR* i George H. ..WecI.worth.Jefferson: Davis Walter Peterson

Harry B. Matthews C. R. Sexton .


.9 Gilbert ,L. Lanham Billy W. Ingram Chas. B. Long, Jr.
Belle Glade, Florida Miami Florida MIami Florida

Yvonne Simpson Jeanette Van Patten Mary Ellen Wright

. 'Belle, Glade Fla. .Miami, Florida Vero Beach. :Fla.

Merle Palmer Ruth Prange Muriel Perry'' Gladys Bullinger,
Belle Glade. Fla. Miami Florida Vero Beach. FJU.' Miami, Florida.
.. ,I._ J., ... E.. Davis Deris AdamsMiami.
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.MF/VCHMI ..... { 't
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Eight The ICvergladea News Canal Point, Florida 33438 ...... Friday, October 16, 1964

Veterans Service since Jan. 31st, 1955 as a result of Officers Named For
the 1960 change. The guard bureau -
i Announces BenefitsL. McClelland said, launched a Local Baptists GA'sThe JUDGEDOWNEY
study to determine whether -
V.' McClelland, Local Veterans children of Guardsmen were also I second meeting of the G.
Service Officer announces that eligible for war orphans assist I,A.'s of the Canal Point Baptist
ance. Fable agreed they were if Church was held, with Mrs. James
the Veterans Administration have
the sponsor's death is a result of Gifford as leader. The newly elect
opened the doors for GI Education an injury or disease incurred dur- ed officers are as follows: Pa-
benefits to children of, National ing annual field training. Also trice Hoyle, president; Pam Ursry,
Guardsmen and Army Reservist covered are line of duty deaths re- vice president; Kay Hall, secre-
who die as a result.of line of duty sulting from an Armory Drill In- tary; Raylena Ursry, treasurerand
conditions and annual*field training Jury. Kathy Maxson, reporter. Other DESERVES YOUR
or army Drill. officers will be elected at a later
V. A. General Council, Robert C. date. Kay Hall led in a word of
Fable, Jr., said V. A. Regulationsare CommunicationMARINE prayer at the close of the meeting. I VOTEbecause'
being re-written so that child- II I XI
ren of Civilian Soldiers who die asa
DETACHMENTMarine Circle In
Taylor I
i result of peace time summer
camp or drill training are eligible Detachment Monday Meeting Of I-Is Qualifications
U S Naval Communication Station
for war orphans Educational as- and ;Experience
I sistance act benefits. Navy Number 85 (eight-five) I I '
Fleet office Mrs. Arnold Scruggs was host
"The Junior GI Bill" entitles service post Circuit
orphans to a subsistence ,allowance San Francisco, California 96613 ess to the Alberta Taylor circle of I Presently Judge.
11 September 1964 the Canal Point Baptist church at Trial Over
of up to $110.OO Monthly Practicing Lawyer
for 36 Months. Subsistence would From: OfficerinchargeTo their October meeting, Monday I
15 Years In Palm Beach And
d Francis E. Boe, 2055757
be lower for part time training.The : PFC night., Mrs. Robert Arrieta, presi-
1 ruling was issued at the request USMC dent, presided.The Uroward Counties.
Subject: Sentry of the Month "Worship and the ,>
program R
of Maj. Gen. Winston Wilson ':*
1 Chief National Guard bureau. It 1. You are hereby designated Missionary Task" was presentedby Received Highest Rating Allowance -
dealt solely with guard eligibility. Sentry of the Month for the Wa- Mrs. Lawrence Stewart who For Legal, Ability In Lead-

;1 However, A check with the V. A. hiawa Guard Section for the. per- I was assisted by Mrs. Scruggs Mrs.: ing National Legal Directory.
iod of August 1964. Milton and Mrs. Colman
Indicates the ruling also applies to Compton .
reservists of the various services 2. This noteworthy achievementis Conley.Mrs.. I WHEREAS HIS OPPONENT
:McClelland said. based on daily observation of Don McKinnon was welcomed :
Civilian Soldier deaths duringthe ;your performance of duty, know as a visitor. The November Has No Judicial] l Experience.
induction period fall under the ledge of guard orders, and personal meeting will be held at the homeof I *
basic eligibility requirementsfor appearance. Through your de- Mrs. Raymond Martin. Has Virtually No Legal Experience In
votion to and personal efforts Here
war orphans aid as deaths duty i Florida Having Practiced Only 2Vfc
from a disability arising out of you have proved yourself to Christmas Ideas I Years.
be superior to all other sentries of
;!, The active'"Junior military GI naval Bill"or program air service.''was the Wahiawa: Guard Section, Discussed, By ClubThe Had No Rating For Legal Ability.

opened to children of peacetime 3 Your conduct and appearanceas KEEP JUDGE DOWNEY
servicemen for the first time 'in a sentry is noted with great Canal Point Home Demon-
1960. The old program was limited pleasure. I extend to you my sfn- stration Club was hostess to the CIRCUIT JUDGE
cerest congratulations and appreciation Belle Glade Home DemonstrationClub
i to children of veterans who died ,
Democratic Nominee
from war time service. Public Law for a job well done.P. at the first fall meeting in I
86-785 extended benefits to child, E. WESTHAL. Jr. the. Community Building in Canal''I Palm Beach and Broward County
Captain USMC Point, Tu sda. Mr. Mary Lou
ren of servicemen who were killed (Paid Political Advertisement)
: during the induction period in the - Shirar, county home demonstration I
performance of military duty. The CLASSIFIED ADS PAY worker presented a program I
Induction 'period includes service BIG DIVIDENDS or. "Christmas Gift Ideas.

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: Classified Ads Dad tae'ked-dZIDOUt .

: POSITIVELY all want ads or

classifieds, as you wish to call

them, are payable in advance from 'J; mew ears :
his day forward. Don't phone 'em. ;!
Write it and drop a dollar bill in .
the envelope if you want it run 'I.: 'GI'
once. $2 if you want it run twice :

and so on. .
FOR SALE New and Used Willys U'-'\
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Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garagein I ;
Belle Glade, Phone 63058. 1II'ttt

Oct. 17-54-ch }
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s HOUSE FOR SALE: Almost new I ..
; I CB home. 3 br, 2 bath, complete- I ;

I ly furnished, $4OOO"cash including ,
owner's equity 'and furniture. Bal 101, .'
t ance like rent. Also FOR SAUE: .
SO acres of muck land on the old I ; 'OS Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan
I Pahokee-Belle' Glade Road. Price :r.j
reduced. See or call Dan Carpen-

4 t ter Realtor. Telephone 4-7163 rest WS diwrolet Mmpriin

I r idence 4-7235., July 3 tfc

you It's'65's most beautiful There's striking ride with Full Coil Fact is
don't need? A. $1.00 classified ad biggest, change. a new suspension system. ,
in this column will probably find7ou new styling. New length, width and lowness. A if you overlook just one thing you can easily convince

a sale. Just write your ad, enclose roomier new Body by Fisher housing an interior yourself you're onto a big expensive car here.

a dollar and we'll do the rest.I' that's a knockout.And a more serene Jet-smooth And that thing is its Chevrolet p ,ice. .
The Everglades News, Canal Point,

il r y. Fla.
;; ':.r? ' '. : SHOP on Lake Shore Drive ,in .'
;:. ,. Canal Point. Quality auto paintingand , ",u. .lt1
::; "'i f
repairs.: O16p t1
body w s M... .'- -.Asq: j

: \
r Canal Point. A real deal. Call :::}

924-2131 O16pt ;..." ( ..,: ''. '.t",' j

TREE WORK DONE. Trees sawed ;, J. .1'", ':t
:. up and hauled away. We do .';.
I landscape work. Call us for free ,' :4f"
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estimate. Cycle and Mower Center:
!in Belle Glade. Phone 996-6668. i New Corvair Corsa Sport Coupe J 1"/:

Oct. 16Pd :, 1

ROOMS FOR RENT: Weekly or I 'BS m ir Cors
:'... monthly Call 924-5681 or 924-
3331. Lucky Star' Dude Ranch N.
k of Canal Point on U. S. 441.

p *,: Oct. 9-tf-cli There's never been anything like it from either side And a higher powered range of engines-with up to

NOTICE of the Atlantic. There's new thin-line hardtop styling 180 hp available in the top-of-the-line Corsas. How

1 I will not be responsible for any for all closed models. More length and width, ....-.... sporty can a car get? Your dealer's got the
{ labor, services or materials furnished more entrance and shoulder room in all models. Corvair that'll show you. V
to the Lucky Star Dude ,
,; Ranch Motel except upon my written See S *e..f J/M!abapea for 3f-Cfcerr-otef,CJbereffe,Cues tf9 C.rrwlr&Cereette-.t "..r"e.ler"-
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FE REPAIR Service in Clewiston .
I Chevrolet Iiie. ..
South Bay, Bell Glade, Pahokee Stanley ,
,and Canal Point. Serving the

.Glad! 'for'20 year. Phone 924- 164 Lake Ave. Pahokee Fla. Phone? 924-5593
6629. H. I.., Pitts, old Belle Glade ,
,' road. Oct. 16-ch.tf .

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