The Everglades news
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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: November 20, 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: UF00079910:00414
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Fort Pierce Squad Power Exchange ConcernsTAMPA I Celery Is Navy Is Serving: Record This Week

Signed By Citrus Substitute

And Devils ToniteIn A power exchange Corn Sells $$3.50That LAKELAND-The Florida Cit- 'Glades Sugar House

agreement has been signed be- rus Commission has lodged a protest I I

their ninth quest for a win tween Florida Power Corporationof delectable weed- with high government officials 1 The Glades Sugar House-operated -
the Pahokee Blue Devils Journey to St. Peterburg and Tampa Electric going to 'be in plentiful because the U. S. Naval Academyat I
by Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative
Fort Pierce tonight where they Co. to provide Florida Power the folks up north Annapolis is serving a synthetic j
will play Dan McCarty high schoolon with a total of 200,000 kilowatts of week, according to to its midshipmen instead of pure I I on Airport Road in Belle
the Fort Pierce ,gridiron. The power capacity from Tampa Elec- i ing our agricultural orange juice. I Glade-set a new continental sugar
local chaps have gone thus far tric during 19671969. week. The Glades price is General Manager Homer E.I cane grinding record on Tuesdayof
through the entire season wiithout The announcement was made by $2.75 to $3.00 per crate. Hooks in telegrams to U. S. Secre- this week. The information was
a win and the Pellmen are in for President W. J. Clapp of Florida I The Sam Senter tary of Agriculture Orville Free- made public by the president of the

severe opposition tonight accord- Power Corp. and W. C. Maclnnes, Wedgworth Farms were man and Senators Holland and concern-George Wedgworth. A
ing to statistics in the conference. president of Tampa Electric. "Thisis I production this week Smathers of Florida said he had total of 8.696 tons of cane was processed .

Last Friday night the visiting one of the methods available to I I and other large growers been advised that the Naval Aca- in a 24-hour period for the

Palm Beach High Wildcats ran upa us to help hold down the cost of in their crop within the demy Is serving "Awake" to mid- new record Mr. Wedgworth said.A .

score of 30 points over the Blue electricity," they said. days, it was pointed shipmen as a substitute for orange previous high record of 8,432
Devils while the local aggregationwas the two executives pointed out celery has been sent to Juice. tons went through the mill recent
unable to cross the Wildcat the agreement will enable Florida markets already by other "Awake" Is a manufactured pro- ly since its renovation and addi-
goal line. A good sized crowd was Power to postpone the necessity of in the area. duct whose labeling; and advertis- tions but this record fell by the

on hand for the game and, of financing a new unit for one full Celery ranked second ing would tend to imply that it is wayide Tuesday when the new record
course were hopeful that a victory: year and it will enable TECO to I I corn dollarwise last an orange,: Juice product when In was set. Mill officials are hopeful -
would be the final outcome but purchase a larger and more efficient though there were more fact it is entirely synthetic and that Tuesday's record will also
their hopes were dashed by the final -I unit than would have been of celery shipped from has no orange Juice in it, the telegram :- go by the boards in the not too dis-

30-0 score. feasible without the agreement. The sweet corn crop stnted. tant future.
The Devils have scored only 24 - $15,889,758 from 8,461 Advertising "Awake" has The multi-million dollar expansion -
this against their been under fire of the commission program, most of which was
points season opposition shipped. Celery shipments
while that same oppositionhas Airport Plans To I 9,969 cars. and on several occasions they have carried out since the last grinding

been garnering a total of 147 As operations began on protested to the Federal 1 Trade season, has begun to pay off, according -

points. Move Ahead FastThe er acreage, Jim Lashley, a Commission that the advertising to officials.
Always there to spur the localson state Inspector, was on was deceptive in implying that it There were no figures given AS
the Pahokee High School Band check the quality of the is an orange product.Auxiliary to the actual amount of raw_ sugar"
has been giving some excellent performances Palm Beach County Com- being placed on the .- I I produced from the recora grinding.
this season under the mission this week decided to move Corn has been selling Raw sugar production figures are
direction Robert O. Lampl. No Group generally released on the basis of aweek's
of ahead with construction of a new per crate during the
matter what the fortunes of the terminal complex at International and producers are hopeful operation.
football team, the PHS band is always -I'Airport on a location approved by will not go any lower Elects OfficersThe - -

I out front with spicy demonstrations 'I the Federal Aviation Agency. few remaining days before County Board Has

r. .' and outstanding music.- Two possible sites for a, new giving,,n 't Busy Week Ahead
for the foot ball encounter.' ; I terminal have been under consideration Most beans; have been newly organized. Kv.rgladeq .
The annual Thanksgiving eve -one on the northeast end the canners this week. t -
between the Penman and the Memorial Hospital Auxiliary a, Dates, 'times and places for a
game of the area and a second favored
Belle Glade Golden Rams will be - the meeting in the CommunityRoom number of meetings concerning the
I by FAA-at a more central location -
played on Lair Field next Wednes- I on the field. Hap 'Parson of Everglades Federal Wednesday county commission were set this.
at 8 o'clock. elected officersto week.
day night Recently the commission reviewed afternoon
- the possibility of using an airport serve through the coming year. In one action, the board voted to
Pahokee Youths ramp adjacent to the more To Sumter 8)i I Approving the recommendations start the regular meeting set for
November 23 at 9 a. m. in order
eastern location as a means of sav- i of the nominating committee as ,
Serving In Spain ing construction; costs on the com- reported by Mrs. Leon Spooner the that the board can attend a lunch-
Director of the Florida eon and tour of the State Mental
plex. group elected Mrs. Earl Maxson
)STEEL P3KE (FHTNC-Ma- Commissioner E. F. Van Kessel of Corrections, Louie L. who has served as temporary Hospital at Hollywood on that day.
The board set November 25 at 10a.
rine Corporal James R. McElhenny member of the board's airport committee wright announced today chairman during the fo'-i.ative
m. for at the Boca
a meeting
son of Mr. and Mrs. George C. told the commission this Parson was promoted period of the auxiliary president;
Raton city hall to be attended
McElhenny and Lance Corporal week that after consulting with ant Superintendent at :Mrs. J. T. Boynton, vice president; by
David J. Fountain, son of Mr. all people concerned with the project rectional Intitution, Belle Mrs. F. H. Poteete, treasurer; Mrs. county and state road board rep
and Mrs. M. J. Fountain both the FAA location seemed to the position of R. L. Hatton recording secretary; resentatives to discuss drainage
of Pahokee are visiting portsin be the most feasible. the new Sumter and ,Mrs. Rafael Fanjul corre- Raton.problems on Camino Real in Boca

the European area followinlg Van Kesel said that use of the stitution near Bushnell. sponding secretary.
Agreed to' with
participation in the largest am- exisiting ramp for parking area for I son is fi5 years of age Immediately following the election meet represent-
atives of the Butler''Aviation
phibious combat training exercisein heavy planes and for other associ- born in _Dubuque Iowa. the officers were installed I In Corp..
the Atlantic since World War ated uses, will make it possible for educated: in secondary impressive ceremony conducted one of the base operators at Inter-
Airport to review termsof
n. the county to gain something of Greenville Mississippi by Mrs. Flora Mary Hamilton of
:They are serving with the First value from the hard surface area Berry Georgia and Lake Worth, District director of company's lease. Date of the
not set.
y' Battalion Sixth Regiment Second even though its not used 100 per- University of North hospital auxiliaries, who acted as meeting was

;1, 1 Marine, Division, Camp Lejeune, cent for the terminal complex. Chapel Hill and the installing officer. Each officer Instructed the county engineerto
; - set up a meeting with trailer
.. : l-: : N.: C. commission", voted to proceed Miami. carried an unlighted miniature operators
park county building department -
., '{ 'The operation' called "Steel with contracted 'plans for the Mr. Parson has"'been, a candle from'' the,flame of a master
:j Pike" featured U. S. and 'Spanish terminal in an effort to avoid any of Florida since, 1925'and candle burning in a large urn as representatives, ,civil defense
I Marines landing from landing delay, that could carry completion a diversified background she explained in turn, the duties representatives to try and
ciaft and helicopters of a combined of the complex beyond the target farm supply business, each officer. Mrs. Hamilton work out a plan 'for 'anchoring'trailers.
\I U. S.-Spanish Fleet of 94 vessels date of January 1966. herd development and Is the former Flora Mary The meeting was asked
which included ships of the United Van Kessel also reported that construction. He was first Weeks of Pahokee, presented to by County Civil Defense Director
t States :Military Sea Transport Ser- the last hurdle had been removedby ed supervlsinlg Maxson a president's gavel, Ellis Altman who said present
vice and chartered ships of the U. the Defense Department for Glades Correctional tied with satin ribbon and pink methods of anchoring trailers will
S.: Merchant Fleet. turning over 640 acres of airport from 1952 to 1954. He the same gavel which not stand up during high winds and
that plan should be establishedto
The mock assault on the beaches (continued on page 8)) years developing the In used when she was president a
assure protection of lives and
of Southern Spain was staged by livestock operation and the hospital auxiliary in Lake
Marines of the Secpnd Marine Di- the entire agro-industrial several years ago. In the property.

vision, Second Marine Aircraft Jaycees Sponsor ed as Industries presentation of the gavel she expressed - .
Wing and Force Troops, Fleet Marine from 1958 to 1961. J her pleasure in being able ALVY IS HONORED

Force, Atlantic along with a Circus SaturdayThe On January 1, 1961 Mr. to participate in the forming of alospital Alvy Early ,son of Mr. and Mrs.A. .
battalion of Spanish Marines. became Assistant auxiliary in her own home E. Early, has been named to the",
,-- at Glades Correctional I and installing its first slate Nnlghts-men's honor service 'organization -

STEAK SUPPERThe Pahokee Jaycees are spon-I and in that capacity had officers. Mrs. Maxson 'presented II at Arkansas A&M college -
Xi Beta Tau chapter heM a soring a circus Saturday sponaibillities in all II '. Hamilton with a gold pin in Monticello, Ark. Membershipin
steak supper at the home of Mrs. on the Elks grounds. Performance stitutional operation and of her services to the the honor group Is awarded for

Elena!: Mindlin, Tuesday evening will begin at 2 p. m. and 8 p. m. I tration. The Glades auxiliary.It I scholarship and personality. Earlyis
with husband attending as guests. Advance tickets are being. sold by Institution plays a key role WIII'I' reported The Everglades : a member of the A & M football
Mrs. Clark Wilkinson presentedthe the Jaycees or can be obtained I it provides quantities of Hospital Auxiliary: is be- I team, playing the halfback post-
program on "Wardrobe Plan from cnp of the following] place tables! milk and beef to. o'h In"irlf! :'ts activities with 66 active : tion. He is majoring in physical
n 1.1 g." of business, Rashley Dry Cleaning; Institutions., In addition to :--, 10 sustaining members I education.
- W. S. Bentcn Appliances; Collins requlreir-nts for fOa<: : '* two life members. .. . -

Mrs. John Padgett has returned Furniture Store or Gamot Insurance Mr. Parson will!! now h ,i I Mrs. Clifford Slmonds, Jr., was Mrs. Calvin Britton has returned
from Germany where she spent Agency. Admission! i l't!' 50c for "'"""ft'n' : n....*VP>*,"' bUty! 'I nt"I"In: charge of obtaining :to her home from Hazard. Ky.,
several month with her parents I' children f l.OO adults and 'l.&O for ning and development of which will feature pink where she was called by the serious /I
aDd other relative -. reserved .eat* (Continued on page ) I (continued on page' 8) I. Illness of her mother.

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Two The Everglades News Canal Point Florida' 33438 Friday ffovember

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water in the spring's milliondollar

theatre, 'which Is protected by
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Joseph W. ""Mcllwain, a teacherin
the Pah'bkee'' High 'School and
Edward B. McDaniel, president 'pf
JLi the Bank of B lle"Glade, have' been'
elected Ruling"Elders in the'"Everglades
Presbyterian Church of
Belle Glade. These men were elect-

The Rardin Building In Canal Point, FloridaTHE ed to a three year term" of office'
- -- beginning January, 1065.
: LAKE OKEECHOBEE-REGION HOME OF They wilT be be'ordained, the office

THE 'E V EGD: ( $ Niu of. jChurch.Ruling: ,Elder Ut S.in and the: will Presbyterian Join ,,"

the tour incumbent Ruling Elders
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without on the' Session 'of'the 'Everglades .

Interruption Every Week for-40 Years Church. The Session is the govern :

Established. March 11, 1924 ,,H> -, Published Every Friday ing body at the local level in the rI a : ? :
Subscription Price. $2.00 Year In Advance. Presbyterian Church. It is charged -I
along with the minister, 'with
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Can&l| 'oint. 'Florida..*' as Second Class Matter the congregation.The atlves to the annual meeting of the BIRTIIDAY PARTY'

Paul Rardin ,-' Owner, Editor, Publisher two men, by virtue of their Synod of Florida of the 'Presbyterian Mrs"Ray Hatton entertainedwith
election to this office, will be eli Church, U. S. and the annual a spaghetti supper, Friday
gible. 'to represent the Everglades General Assembly of the denomination November' 13 in honor of her son
Presbyterian Church at the Ray II, 'on his 10th birthday;'There
Here, Is What Transpired At- Monday'sMeeting erly meetings of Presbytery quart-I - were 25 classmates and friends at-

: Of the Palm Beach representatives. They"may CLASSIFIED! ADS PAY tending. Mrs. Hatton was assistedby
elected to serve as lay represent- I BIO DIVIDENDS -Mrs. Joe Hatton, Jr.

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The county commission, in a resolution Hunt that the present National -- -- t.

adopted Monday called on Guard truck storage compound at ,
Haydon Burns, Governor elect, to
International Airport not be mov- J rvs

name the a State Palm Road Beach''Board.County citizento ed to a new location. Col. Hunt emphasized BW aW i ala BiBBl mLJLAmAjLJLJL JLJ HL L JB *>

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The resolution, introduced by 924-5511 Pahokee' pVonVwY'6-2550
storage compound suited to :: Phone (Slade l
Commissioner George Warren,
keeping the vehicles maintainedand
pointed out that Palm Beach County :' <
ready to move at a moments SALES and SERVICE r
is long overdue for this recognition notice.
since It has not had a road
The commission agreed not to 4> Heating Air '-
board member since 1937. Conditioning Appliances
move thestorage- area until all

Beach The County resolution"is'noted next in that line"Palm for concerned agreed that any new location 'Y'.A.+++++++++.:.+' ++ ....::4.I.. .. t.......A .fo.ssis..as a.", ski* "'"**.> .fI.se>*.,.*?*.
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having a citizen named to represent with a suitable area for maintain' -- .' . .. _._._
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on ing and securing the $300,000 -
Warren said he would contact all worth of trucks' not kept at the
municipalities, chambers of com airport.
merce the Committee of 100 and .. .. :,i; ;ic;<, 4'tYfi.$22kA. 5 .:
other county groups,to send similar y 3f. .': :
Wachee Fio-3.iytk ri.: ::;: -
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resolutions.. to Gov.-Elect Burns. Weeki ">*;' ? t/
.. In other actions this week' the Entirely New' Show
Voted to investigate sale of a BROOKSVTLLE Florida's Wee- : ,'',.C .,?P :. ftiw
,. small plot of airport land near kl Wacl\ee Spring, noted for' the !
Four Points as the site for a new daring performances of its mermaids ;};. flv# 'k
,,. post office in that area. has a new show, "Alice''In \
} Approved and ,forwarded to the i Wonderland," at the attraction I II I
r State Road Department' ''a resolu- located just south of Brooksville. 4
tion from the City of Delray Beach [ The adaption of the famed Lewis _
i asking for construction of an interchange Carroll book features Alice as she
on 1-05 and Delray ,West Journeys through the underwater
Road., wonderland. She meets such different
Agreed to aid the City of Boynto and unusual creatures as
:i'Beach in construction of some the Mad Hat Fish the Cheshire
h-llrock sidewalks ,by furnishing Catfish'and the Barrell Fish Twins,
prv:t of the material. Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum.
Referred to County Engineer 'Then '''there ''are the other book !

George Frost a request from Palm characters the hurrying White
Beach International Raceway for Rabbit and the wicked Queen of
assistance in solving a, drainage Hearts. Grand climax comes' when
problem which exists in the area of Alice is persuaded by the White
.a new race track being ,built near Rabbit to 'make' a 117-foot depth
the Pratt-Whitney plant. dive into the canyon and emerges a
Voted to delay :construction of fullfledged mermaid, allowed to LJJ1M
Lawrence Road ,until spring so _as stay with ,her new-found friends.
not ,to interfere with farming op.' The show produced by Jack andM8.rtlyn' : w;
erations in the r area. Nagle''of Miami, featuresfor "
Voted to resurface 2nd Ave. ''the' first time the new' two-

North between Congress Ave.. and',. way 'underwater'' communication ; \ :
Lake 'Worth.Wqt.uo-, system !which allows"mermaids to \ \
,Took 'under advisement: a requestrom talk to the"audience: ; Audiences see
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t, give'an outstanding: service to buyer. and'seller:? 'Give' 'Set the new.. models at you",.appliance thaler, plumbing or electrical contractor.!
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make Sonahine Service Electricity r S Th a iwtss :
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Page_: Four The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida 33438 FrIday November 20. 1964

Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Stanley returned -. BIRTHDAY PARTY TO SEE NOTRE DAME
Monday night from St. Pet-.I Mrs. J. T. Boynton entertainedwith Joe Wilder left Tuesday for
I I PERSONAL N [ NEWS NOTES I Iw ersburg where they spent the I a birthday luncheon and pool South Bend, Ind., where he will see

weekend. I I party. November. 14, honoring her her 9th the Saturday.Notre Dame He plans football to return team next play
Mack Jaudon of Atlanta Is the daughter, LAura Sue on Tuesday.

guet of his brother-in-law and sister birthday. . ...
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Cox of West Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Tillia. -
left Tuesday for ';two weeks vaca- Palm Beach and her father Albert FRUIT CAKE SALES I TIIANKS
tion visiting relatives and friends Fremd of Canal Point, will leave -- - - -- -- According: Mrs. Claude Shirley I would Ilka to take tliia opportunity -

in Rome, Ga., and Chattanoogaand Monday morning for Meridian chairman of fruit cake sales i to thank my many friends
Nashville, Tenn. Miss., where they will spend;>> for the Pahokee Garden Club it is II for their kindness an4 thoughtfulness -
I. Thanksgiving day w i tai Mr. 'not to late to order your Claxton during my stay in the hospital
Mrs. David Johnson has returned -
Fremd's son Lt. Com. Harry Fremd Fruit Cake however all orders I and for their many acts of love
to her home at Term.,
Sparta s
and family sliouid! bs in by November 23. sho vn me during my lengthy con-
after two weeks visit with her son-
sons interested may call : valcscnee at home.
in-law and daughter Dr. and Mrs. :Mrs. J. S. Harrington has as her per-I'
il. Killler. All proceeds will g MRS. A. H. SCRUGGS
William Gist and family. houseguest her cousin, Mrs. Stew- th3 beautification! of the new -- .
art Holloway of West Palm Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. White have glades :MernorialHospitaJjfround'i. Mrs. :Martha McIntosh left
returned to their home In Savannah Mrs. Hugh Miller and childrenof Thursday for Gainesville where
Ga., following visit ,with Rockledge- arrived Thursday to Cindy Ralph, small daughter of she is the guest of her soninlawand
their niece and family, Mr.. and spend the Thanksgiving holiday Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ralph, is a daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Mrs. W. O. Moss. with her parents, :Mr. and Mrs. II patient at Everglades Memorial Stubbs and daughters.
I' George Ramey. Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Apelgrenand i
Mr. and Mrs. William Plumer Mr. and Mrs. Ron TerHarr were -

have West tion at returned Virginia.White:from Enroute Sulphur a weeks home Springs vaca-they I Sunday Connie visitors Batchelor in Sanford.has returnedto I I Uij IIIIIIillilI(( "' ("lllIfll"(( IIIlIIlllUlIIlIllllIllIIlllllllllllIIllllII1/ / / / ( /! !i.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! 11I111I111111I11I111111I111I1111I11I tIJJB

visited Mr. and Mrs. Plumer's son her home in West Palm Beach =
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. following a two week visit with =
Bill Plumer at Durham N. C. her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. C.

J. W. Guthrie of Ft. Myers, was A. Batchelor. Service Station
the recent guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Beach of Wes
Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Guthrie. Hartford, Conn., are expected to -
arrive Saturday for a visit with
Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers en- her sister and brother-in-law Mr.
tertained with a family dinner and Mrs. George Ramey. They also AND RESTAURANT
gathering at Paul Rardin Park plan to visit her brother and family -
Sunday afternoon. There were Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Williamsonin
forty guests attending.Mrs. Okeechobee.Mrs. r

C. H. Tillls is a patient at Steve Early and sons, Mike SITEFOR
Everglades Memorial Hospital following and Billy of West Palm Beach i1eL: :
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a fall at which time sho were the weekend guests of her ) ,
suffered a broken hip. aunt Mrs.' Edna Barrett. I. -
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shirley were Mr. and Mr?. J. F. Jaudon of : : ::-
business visitors in Jacksonvillethis Starke were recent guests of his =-: .--
past weekend.W. sister and brother-in-law Mr. and rJ' i -

A. Keen has been undergoing Mrs. Wiley Tlillis.

tests at Lakeland General Hospital ,Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Jr., and ,? L
Lakeland this week. daughters Kelly and Terri were ease

the weekend guests of her parents ==:; .) .
Mrs. Ray Hawk, Sr., is a patientat ;;. .
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelly at Ft. =
Everglades Memorial, Hospital.Lee :. I
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with his brother and sister-in-law
grand daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Mr. and -
Mrs. H. C. Graham this :
Ulmer at Clearwater.Mrs. .
past weekend. I

Don Martin of Lake Placid .! LOCATED ON _
Mr. and Mrs. James S. Wilson
was the recent guest of relativesin
and children Jean Jimmy and Jan
A of Ft. Lauderdale were the dinner Pahokee. ;

guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. O. H. Sheppard recently returned =--

R. W. Sanders, Saturday.Mr. i home from LaGrange, Ga., Muck City Road .

where she was called due to the _
and Mrs. Lon Wilson spent .
illness of her mother. She was accompanied -
this past weekend in Auburndale
home by Mr. Sheppard's -
where they were the guests of her mother.

relatives. Mrs. Martha McIntosh and Miss (STATE ROAD 717)) ;
Mr. and Mrs C. R. Wethering-
'1 Julia Mathis spent this past week-
ton were, the recent guests of his
end as the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
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George McLarty In Lake Worth.
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18th annual Associated Grocers Lester Holmes is a patient at _
Banquet at Miami Springs Villas Everglades Memorial Hospital. ,
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" :sport and the sociablcncss than with a refreshing glass of beer? FOR FULL INFORMATION CALL

ti, However you take :your fun-beer always makes a welcome =
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we live in a land of personal freedom-and that our right to enjoy: _

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I Page Si* .The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida 33438 Friday November 2O, 1964
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MuellerReynoiasDecember Classified Ads

''News Of The Churches I WeddingMr. ;

t -I" and Mrs. Frank W. Muellerof POSITIVELY all want ads ,.,or
classifieds as you wish call
i 123 Flame) Ave., Pahokee an- them, are payable in advance from
of their
nounce the engagement
r F his day forward. Don't phone 'em.
. 1'he Methodist Church 'd lurch anal Point daughter. Ayliffe Frances to John Write it and drop a dollar bill.in
; ,Wayne _Reynolds!! son .of Mr. and
it run
till envejope/\ / } tyou
t'anal: Point! Florida Chatv. B wf1thurchLawrence) :Mrs.. 'Edward T. Reynolds of We- once:,$2 if 'you want it run twice
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_ait: fS. Jtt. lutv t' ...:--- tumpka i and so on
y. James W. Baugher, Pastor Belle-glade1acrpss from Stewart. Pastor Miss Mueller was graduatedfrom
SUNDAY: %' tin, BovHling.-AUey.oa.lid. 80 SU JDt1' 'f: n J :$.ufL4tx Pahokee High School with FOR SALE: New and Used Willys
9:45: a. .-Sunday School. .p:00 -'P.-Q.b.ell. Study I 1 :V45 a. pa.- unil lay; School: the class of 1064 and Is now at- Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship a:00.a.: .-Sermon:\ ..! "\I' ljl:00 a. m.-Mqrnlng Worship tending, Palm Beach Junior Col- In Belle Glade Phone 6-3058.
6:00: p. m.-Evening Worship 0PO: p. m.-Evening:,Service!*> 6:30 p. pa. Training%,tlnion, lege,. Mr. Reyonlds ..attejaded high Oct. 1754ch.
TUESDAY: 6:30: p. m.-W <: .'.Bible-StudyCHiirch s:t ISO p. ro.r Evening Worship school, at. Wetumpka and is presently -
8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society WEDNESDAY. ,4.'I ,"' u 4 ."employed,by.:jS*, N, Knight WHAT'S IN TUB ATTIO that you
:1st TuesdayV'EDNESDAY l M ary1Wti1iolc; :: i \) I 7:30 p. Prayer :MeetingFirst Farms, ,at, Belle Glade. Plans are don't need? A $1.00 classified ad
.. - being made for a late December n this column win probably find
wedding.. ___ you a sale. Just write your ad, en-
7:30: p. m.-Prayer. MeetingFirst f .- 'paptisl l .,.. - close a dollar and we'll do the rest.

: Methodist Father Francis Fennecb., Pastor.K Church, Canal Point\ Susie\) 1 sj. old The Fla. Everglades News Canal Point,

Sunday Mass --.41:90 a. m. ,_> _----- TK
; Church, Pahokee Confessions before :Massicit1lrcito Elder Lester Reams NovemBSr}) Meeting: SEPTIC TANK PUMPING AND

I : Y SUNDAY:..,., .ft wit' ,. 1 C' W,$$4 r7 REPAIR Service in Clewiston
.j John A. BrUey, Pastor sod, 9:45: a. m.unday\School.p Mrs. Edgar. Wilder was hostessto South Bay, Belle Glade Pahokeeand
SUNDAY: 11:00: .a. m.--!Mornlng Worship the Sodbusters when they met Canal Point. Serving the
9:45: a. m.-Church Schoo9Uo11OO ,01 Barfield Highway 6:30 p. JP.-B.,+,\C .%'J.: for their..November: meeting Tues- Glades for 20 years. Phone 924-
'M.1J: 30 ip..m.-Evening Worship. day morn g... Mrs., J T. Boyntonwas
: a. m.Morning Worship , Jt: 5626. H. 1... Pitts, old Belle Glade
,LPahokee, .Pl'Ia. . TUESDAYS: _co-ho .teS8.e..Mrs.. Aryan Mayo
6:45: p. m.-MYF ; road. St. Oct. 16-ch.tf
,. !t5T3CCp.-. Choir practice. at business
7:45: p. m.-Evening Worship J. W. Hughes Minister C president, presided the
TUESDAY? : Phone 924.3736 WEDNESDAY7:30 :- meeting"at. which time, Mrs.. Wilder FOR SALE: Maytag Gas family

7:00: p. xn.-Vesper Choir prac SUNDAY: _,. .s ttc: rtw., p. m.-Midweek Prayer. and ,,Mrs., George ,Tucker were size Stove practically new orig-
rr'f Service,.; \ ,liaison members be-'
'v, ticsWEDNESDAY 9:45 a. m.- Sunday School t appointed anally priced $298 $100 cash. Call
THURSDAY:-Every, other .week tween Pahokee Garden Club 924-7600
I :11:00 a. .-Morning*Worship the J. T. Platt.
: I 7:30 p. m.-Ladles Auxiliary and the .Sodbusters.
p. Evangelistic Ser I
7:45 p. m.-:Mid-week devotions -
FOR SALE: One electric
viceTUESDAY Meeting.. The December. meeting will be refrige
I : .. held at the home of Mrs. F. H. rator. Also one Frigidaire elec-
8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir practice tric $15 each. Mrs. W. P.
7:30 p. m.-.Prayer Service ;The ,ChurcOf Goof \ Poteete with each member bring-I range.
Pope Canal Point Fla. Itpd
Christmas arrangement or
Prophecy .PahokeeCanal
1 idea. the a
7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ gift Following meeting SPARE TIME INCOME
First BaptistChurch Service Point Road luncheon and workshop was held. I I
. Refilling and collecting money
Pahokee John H. Kinard pastor from the NEW TYPE high quality
The Pahokee Church 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School Quality Courts To coin operated dispensers in this

Gutbrie W. Colvard, Pastor 11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service In Florida area. No Selling. To qualify you
Of The Nazarene Expand
SUNDAY: 7:45: p. Evangelistic Service must have car references, $600to
fl'::45 a. m.-Sunday School 8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. $1900 cash. Seven to twelve
Rev. W11Iard Kilpatrick DAYTONA BEACH
11:00: a. m.-Mornkipr Worship 8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. hours weekly can net excellent
433 Bacom Point Rd. Motels Inc., will the
6:00: p. m.-Evening Worship Everyone welcome. Special music Courts open monthly income. More full time.
Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 series of owned I I
6:45: p. m.-Training Union !and singing. first of a company For personal interview write
WEDNESDAY: SUNDAY SERVICES: and operated motels in 1965 stock-
7:30: p. m.-Prayer Service 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School holders were told at the annual 6 N. BALPH AVE.:, PITTSBURGH -
- 11OO: a. m.-Sunday Worship I Holy Nativity meeting recently. PA., 15202. Include phone
6:30: p. m.-Juniors John G. Lacock, president of the
ChurchPahokee number.
Episcopal Itpd
Glades Baptist Church 7OO: p. m.-Sunday Evening company said construction will begin

Evangelistic Service I soon on the first facility in ROOM:: AND BOARD, Family
(Rev. Jonathan L. Wolf) WEDNESDAY: Daytona Beach. The four-story I Style Meals. Inquire Shell Service
:Meets in Pahokee Lions Club 7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer '. Rev. L. Leasing Vicar oceanfront structure will contain Station, Canal Point or Call 924-
Building. meeting. : SUNDAY: more than 100 motel rooms, e 7238 or 9249403. N2Otfo
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45: a. m. "Where you are a stranger butonce 10 a. m.-Sunday School Dobbs House Restaurant and a ac
PREACHING-11:00: a. m. and ." 11:00 a. m.- Worship Service commodations for the company's FOR SALE: Hundreds of crotonsat
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7:30: p. m. >- -. -- national headquarters he said. 50c and up. Bougainvillea now
SUNDAY B. Y. F.6:30: p. m. CLASSIFIED, .ADS.PAY -CWch 1 Of Christ Plans have also been completed in bloom large plants $1.00. Hibiscus -

WED. PRAYER-7:30: p. m. BIO DIVIDENDS. .,.. for a second motel in Kansas City alamanda ixora, gardenia,

I E _.__._. -., '. '__ _.__ __'___ _, ._ ._" _. __ I 125",N., W.. Avenue D Mo., Lacock added. He indicated reds cacti and crown also of marginota thorns chaceana areca
Phone WY 6-3867 that both facilities will be in
I palms also dwarf royal palms and
;. Belle Glade. Fla. ration during the second ope-I
UNDAY SERVICES 1965. .',,), .. others. Pope's Nursery Canal
10:00 a. m.-Bible Study Although Quality, with more Point. N20pd

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship than 500 franchised motels ranksas FOR RENT: Two furnished apart-
C Ii I 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship one of the nation's largest motel ments. One large and roomy to

1 WEDNESDAY systems heretofore it has accommodate 2 or more men. Also
i 7:30 m.-Bible neither owned nor operated motels. for
p. StudySt. one with shower, separate beds
Earlier Quality and Phillips Pe-j Call
I I two men. Price $17.00 and up.
I II I .' Peter's Lutheran troleum Co. announced they will |Mrs. W. P. Pope Canal Point.
I, build a series of "one-stop com- Nov. 20pd.
I Church, Belle Glade plexes" west of the Mississippi,
i Ij 1'---' each to include a motel service FOR SALE: 1959 Chevrolet Pick-

:- ; ->At&f8ti l.. J i 601.W.Lake Rd., Belle Glade j _'S ,, 41 e. \4t5r riqse,, terna ipnal Walkin 34ton.tJnderwood .
I SUNDAY: Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hasty and 's, 1' mile north of Canal
Divine Services 11 A. M. children were the weekend guestsof Point on US441. Phone 924-4111.,

..oodoooss School 9:45: A. :M. his parents in Sanford. Nov. 27 pd.
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answer-and a good one. you'll hang on to your SavingsBut Everglades Federa11s theplace, to: earn high dividendon .
Bonds have other. advantages Bands,for-tho-big things you '

'. worth your that consideration.make them want And in of your course future., Bond 'srs': your savings. Drop bv today' at our Paftbkee office or

f For instance they offer you s- safe investment-as long Home office Belle Glace and let show how
just about the easiest way to as,there's a United States of at the at us you
save money: either with the America. '
: Payroll Savings Plan whore .- .T',. J rr f" tp q| s'' 'viij jm jfc I 'easy it is to systematicallyjy
.1 you just ask your employer ;/ )"WhJchi.bringa-.ua,back i to L" T-Ji/.

.4 J; toward put part a of Bond your wages or through aside help defend! freedom"again.at;'iBonda a time : mlT -m :.. save a certain amount for that

regular purchase of Bonds at when the enemies of :freedom 2 rainy day.
; your bank. _fi: are stronger than ever.
9 Another unique* advantage Buy Savings Bonds. The
i: of U. S. Savings.;Bonda lathe >bjuksior savinga 4nUt.Uoo.
.: w way they stick with you. You that sell' them don't charge '
;'' ,>Hwy : can get your money any time. you a penny for the aervic EVERGLADES FEDERALLoan :: : /

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you own now are .better than everQ


:.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.interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide
Your:savings increase faster, because your.Bonds income for living expenses, while Bonds 2 build a
mature in just 7 years, 9 months. nest egg for the future. That's why many retiredWitli
people hold :H Bonds and families saving for, say, a .
Series H Bonds, the 10-year maturity period .ChD '. education, buy E Bonds.
r stays the same but more interest is paid you'each
months.With both E and H Bonds the'new.rate Q:In what denominations can I buy series E and series
. works out to 24%for the first year and ahalf; 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 effective? (cost $75.00), $200 (cost:150.00, $500 '
A: -1,1959. (cost 375.00, $1,000 (cost' $750.00,'
$10,000 (cost $7.500.00). .
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crease takes effect in the first full interest period.
The United States Government
after June 1 save. .
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Q:With e Bonds I own automatically: earn their new can only grow.Qt .. !',:"'.:

rate? What my Bonds should. be lost, stolen or destroyed . .. '-ft:\.
A: '".&.e8..xOU"U Bonds.! don't need to do a thing-just hold on to ? '' 'f.;'.l\ r'; .,...''

your At You can't lose. Every Bond purchased is recorded .l.J:
9k Whey. B Bonds mature, w3| they keep ea earn by the Treasury. If happens to you ]

t? > Bonds they are replaced-free.fc '. j' ,' .

A:Yes.An automatic 1G-nareztetn"oaldYl1egeweat Where mil I buy Bonds? E I I,.
Into effect along with the new interest rate Tbir "I
Ac BuyBBondsataaylMmk-- tau.enly a few min- .
means your 2 Bonds will automatically keeping .stet _.a.- : tth th. ayr.ll
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As No. The: automatic. K%'increase makes $t saneofarrallmenta'i aredSvered te'.yoy.. '\ .
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Airport Plans'ToContinued Circles In Regular Jimmy Holman HasA

( From Page 1) Meetings MondayMembers Birthday Party

land which the county hopes to sell of the First Methodist Jimmy Holman son of Mr. and

to help finance the terminal pro- church circles in Pahokee were Mrs. Howard Holman was guest of
honor at a dance given in his honor
ject. asked to save their coupons for the
by his parents, in celebration of
Methodist childrens home and were
Commmissioner Lake Lytal objected shown the Picture Bible Story his 16th birthday, Nov. 7. Door

to movingahead ,with term Book the VVSCS is selling at their prizes were awarded and the 75
inal plans guests danced to the music of the
saying it was more Im- meetings Monday.
portant to delay the project if The Gertrude Shirley circle met Pahokee Playboys. Mrs. Holmanwas
assisted Mrs. Frank Rosen-
there at the home of Mrs. Al Lavender by
was opportunity to save with Mrs. J. T. Frick co-hostess. berg and Mrs. Edna. .Pickett.
money on construction costs -
Mrs. Ernest Maxwell, chairman,
through use of the present rampa the business Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kahle have as
presided meeting.
move not favored by FAA Mrs. Richard Nason presented the their guest, her mother, Mrs. Ida
which approves all plans for the
Blanchard of Petoskey, Mich.
project.In program entitled "A New Age
Opens New Doors." Miss Lulu Bar-
another action the board approved -
the field and Mrs. Gene McDowell were Y I.\.f. J.Y I Y-.4l I !J..I! I I i q
hiring of engineers to
welcomed as guests. It was an-
complete plans for improvement of
nounced that the Dec. 21 meeting
Lantana and Pahokee airports so PRINCE THEATRE
will be a Christmas party at the
to -
as meet a deadline for use of
Federal funds. home of Mrs. Leon Spooner.Mrs. RETURNS TO PORT MAYACAMrs. i Auxiliary Group PAHOKEE, FLA.
J. L. Reeves was hostess to
The commission also voted to M. C. Carter plans to return -
the Miriam circle Monday night
have the board's right of way de- to her home in Port Mayaca (Continued From Page 1)
with Mrs. Jack Spencer presiding.
partment move ahead with acquiring during the weekend after being SUNDAY. MONDAY TUESDAY
{['he white blouses. Mrs.
program was presented by pinafores over
land needed at the end of the away for the past three months NOVEMBER 22-23-24
runways for plane operations.The Mrs. Gerald Phillips and Mrs. John visiting her relatives in Virginia, Maxson distributed copies of the
board also heard that Federal Brfjey.) Their December meetingwill Ohio, Massachusetts and New rules and bylaws of the organization "IRMA LADOUCE"
be held at the home of Mrs.
funds in the! amount of $686,475 Hampshire. j stressing the need of each
Thor Hatton. In the business ses-
have been made available for Improvement -
member familiar with the
to be
sion plans were made for Thanks JACK LEMMON AND
of Palm Beach Inter- giving and Christmas gifts to the Mrs. Al Lavender Mrs. Jack I rules of membership. She will
national Airport and that a $32- Golden Circle members.At Verhulst Mrs. Wilburn Fletcher name standing committees at the SHIRLEY MacLAINE
168 fund is set
for improvement of the Simonson Lair circle, and Mrs. J. T. Frick attended the next meeting. (IN COLOR)
Pahokee airport and $19,547 for held at the home of Mrs. Joe Hat- Sunday dinner meeting of the B. P. The group voted to meet regularly '.

Improvement of. -Lantana airport. ton, Sr., Mrs. Ralph Stanley! actedas W. District 8 which was held at the fourth Tuesday of each
( co-nostess.: The Thanksgiving Peri's restaurant in Vero Beach. month at 8 p. m. \.l I IW I..!J..:.Y I I I".V I VMJ..4!

Hap Parson Named devotions were led by Mrs. R. J. I
Schroder and the program by Mrs. .
(continued from page 1) John Hatton. The circle will be in

tions and programs connected with charge of flowers for the sanctuaryfor
the opening of the Sumter Cor- the month of December. It was

rectional Institution in 1965. This reported that there have been a Kick off the fun with newCHEVRON
institution is one of the most ad- total of 26 visits made to the sick
vancrd in the nation. It is sched- and shut-ins. The December meet-

uled for dedication on December 8, ing will be a Christmas party at
1964 but will not be in operationfor the home of :Mrs. H. J. Anderson
several months. with members to bring packagesor
Mr. Parson is married and has canned goods'for the Christmas
two daughters. He is active in local basket. S.
civic affairs and is a memberof . --

the Methodist Church, Masons, OVERNIGHT GUEST
Belle Glade Chamber of Commerce, Rev. John Stewart of @
Port and Waterways Committee, Alabama, was the EnterprlSe'j

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Florida Correctional Education As- night enroute- Miami where he
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