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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: December 23, 1960
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00079910:00053
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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December 23, 1960 PUBLISHED WEEKLY. CA'NAL POINT By PAUL RARDIN

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CIRCULATIN.THROUGHOUT. THE VAST AGRICULTURAL, AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY

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I New Health BId. Is I Rardins Will Spend IT'S THAT TIME OF'YEAR AGAIN !. Annual Parties For

Christmas At Home

Dedicated Dec. 18 U v. ... D Pahokee GradersThe .
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t "The State Health Departmentwants I Georgia, Everglades News Publisher annual Christmas parties for 5
to do everything that it canto !J Paul Rardin and Mrs. Rardin 4 the children of the Pahokee Elementary '\

help Palm Beach County do an, will spend their first Christmas School were held 'Tues- ',
-J even better job than it has." during more than 26 years of residence day afternoon with room mothers (
With these words, Dr. Wilsori Tri /in Canal Point at their home acting as hostesses. The tree in
Sowder.: State Health Officer of here. Since moving to Canal Point each room was decorated by the
the State Health Department more than a quarter of a centuryago children who themselves designed
sounded- the official opening Sun, the Rardins have returned to most of the decorations. Gifts were
., day for Palm Beach County's new Georgia every' Christmas to visit I exchanged.: .. r 1
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Health and Welfare Headquarters, :relatives but this year the relativeswill : The children of the third grade *
a structure built and furnished at %come to Canal Point for the rooms,of Mrs. Cleo Douthit and .
a cost of'more than $400,000.The Holiday. Mrs. Peggy Willis, who are study- '*
official dedication, arranged This afternoon Mrs. Rardin's ing Spanish, held "pinata" parties,
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by County Commission Chairman mother Mrs. W. O. Strickland of the Mexican way of celebraitng
Paul Rardin who acted as master Glennville, Ga., will arrive in Canal Christmas in which the childrenare
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of ceremonies, drew an audience of Point. She will be accompanied blindfolded and strike at a .1
a some 400 residents who heard Dr..1 I by an aunt, of Mrs. Rardin, Mrs.J. huge Santa Claus paper bag filled ;
Sowder praise Chairman Rardin B. Seckinger and daughter Kay, 'e with goodies until the bag is torn .;
and State Rep. Emmett Roberts who is a student at Stetson University open, then the contents are divided I
for the work the two have done in at DeLand. .. among the children. Mrs. How-

t aid and assistance for migratory .. .. c.rwis : ard Holman and Mrs. Julian I
-, workers. Hodges were" chairman of the host-
,. Also taking part in the dedica- ess committees for these parties.
tion were County Commissioner Glades Office Bldg. Mrs. Betty Shelley's first grade j
Lake Lytal, County Engineer Steve I CJ : children were presented with hand
:Middleton, Dr. C. L. Brumback, di- made Christmas stockings filled
',. lector of.the county's health and Mgr. Hurt In Wreck with goodies as surprise gifts. Mrs.
welfare director; the; Rev. Charles I Richard Tillis was chairman of the
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Stewart Canal Point who gave the Mrs. E. L. Pope of Pahokee of- r tini I room-mother hostess committee. '
dedicatory prayer; the Rev. Timothy :fice manager of Palm Beach Coun- : At the party in Mrs. Kathryn

ti .Carr ,and Rabbi Ivan ,Barton t! ty's Glades Office Building, was : Cunningham's first grade room, .'
f Good. 1 severely injured on her way to S .'+ > .... -. 5 with Mrs. Jimmy Shirley, hostess .
A guided tour, of, the' new headquarters j:work :Monday in a two car collision AnotherChristmas is with us and-again it time.to say to one. .' chairman, the children made?white" ._. ,
dedication
followed th 'I on SR 715 six miles south of Pa- I S candles to take home as "j
I I and all--MERRY CHRISTMAS! As we have so often said, there
k program., hokee at 8:15 a.m,,.when the Buick aren't enough words in the English language to express our sincere .lofts for their mothers.
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sedan she was driving was rammed I and heartfelt thanks for the many kindnesses we have received at Mrs. Ruth Miner was hostess .
I l from behind by a Ford pickup the hands of the fine folks in Palm Beach County. So, with a chairman at the party for Mrs. I
Funderburk Heads I driven by Clinton H. Thomas of spirit of humbleness and genuine gratefulness, we express our Alyce Tyson's second grade child- .
1 I Pahokee who was also hurt. thanks to every person;who has made the way a little lighter during ren. Each child made a miniature '
.the past twelve months. And in'the true meaning of Christmas, Christmas tree, decorate I
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PatrolAEDdllary 1 Headed south Mrs. Pope's car for and Christmas and I pine-cone f
may we wish you yours Avery Merry a
ed with and bead-like ornaments
I bad come to a stop with blinker Happy New Year. snow 1
; light flashing) to make a left turn -PAUL RARDIN, Owner-Publisher. to take home.Entertainment .
r'A.. E. Funderburk of Pahokee,1 I at the Hooker Highway intersec- The ,Everglades News "I at the party for ,
was elected lieutenant of the't tion when hit by the pickup. The Mrs. Evelyn Stopla's .sixth grade I
'. Glades Auxiliary ,of the FloridaHighway impact threw Mrs. Pope into the Circle children, with Mrs. M.M. Andrews, ,J
Simonson
Patrol at'the annual election II'I back seat and out of the open rear Salvation Army To hostess chairman, consisted of a .
\, of officers at the FlIP station right door Into a small canal where Has Annual Party talent show given by the children. .
with Lieutenant T. E. Hollings-;:; she was dazed but still conscious Hostess committee chairman for II
t worth of Belle Glade presiding. !i, as a passerby pulled her out of the Set Up Toy ShopThe Members of the Mabel Simonson the parties at the other school ,

Lester Hand,also o('Pahokee, was water. Circle, Pahokee Methodist WSCS, rooms were Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson, I
elected master The pickup, after the Jr., (Mrs. Edna Maxson' first
sergeant. hurling Salvation will set held their annual Christmas lunch
I Army up
For the southern area, including Buick forward 92 feet, traveled on a toy shop for underprivileged eon party'at the home of the chairman grade), Mrs. G. H. Tucker, Jr., I
7r Belle Glade and South Bay How- 825 feet before diving into a rock I children in the Pahokee Chamberof Mrs. H. J. Anderson. Gifts (Mrs. Reba Golden's second grade), .
&rd Lamb was named sergeant and pit filled with water with the rear Commerce office from 9 a. m.' were exchanged and a special gift Mrs. E. C. Johnson (Mrs. GladysWoofter's
Jack Carter, corporal; for the wheels clinging to the edge, acI combination second and
to 12 noon this Friday, with B. was presented by the circle to the
northern area,. Glenn Brower, sergeant !I cording to Trooper R. Wether-- John Bivans in charge. Rev. and Mrs. T. C. O'Steen, who third grades), Mrs. W. O. Moss
t,. J. ington. I (Mrs. Beulah Boo's fourth grade).
and J. McCaulley,
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corp- I Certificates that may be ex- were guests.It was announced Mrs.
oral. The new officers will be installed ,I Mrs. Pope, taken to the Belle changed for toys or food have been Jr V. Thomas will be hostess at Mrs. Don Collier (Mrs. FrancesWhiteside's
Monday night, Jan. 8. Glade Hospital, suffered from a issued to worthy families recom- the January meeting. fourth grade), Mrs
I less Mrs. Sarah Thomas'scombination ::t
Elliott (
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j:' Guthrie Home Is' r l, ov.erthe right eye, fractuyed right as the State Department of Public Frank Friend At 85'' fourth and' fifth .1'
; ., ,. ..". collar bone and multiple bruises, Beach 1 grades)) Mrs. J. 5* Barwick (Mrs. .:
Welfare Palm County'Vlfare
I the (Celebrates Mae Laflin's fifth grade), Mrs J,
L Scene. Of Reunion v Wetherington said Thomas, with \ and Health Departmentsand : BirthdayFrank ,-
lacerations forehead "and E. Batchelor (M r s. Emogene r
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*. broken right kai e". transferred some Scott's fifth grade), Mrs,.Eugene <:" -
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!i ": The home of Mr. and Mrs. L Sv individuals. Those holding certificates Friend, 85-year-old pioneer "
to Good Samaritan Laks (Mrs. Elsie Sims sixth grade)
;.. Guthrie Bacom Point Road was Hospital good for toys are invited to resident of Pahokee, cele- 1
i and Mrs. Julian Branch (Mrs. Tom- -
J r 'the scene Sunday of a family reunion -I ---_ .r.._ visit the toy shop and select items I brated his birthday anniversary ,mie Lee DuBose's sixth grade). .
and dinner party in celebration appropriate for their children i.Sunday,December 18,at the Friend .
f of the birthday anniversaries Local women assisting in the operation home on Bacom Point Road. Always -' '
Love Baskets Are
:-: of Mr. Guthrie and his daughter-ta- of the toy shoy are :Mrs. active in farming since arriv- Local Lions Will

fc.. law, Mrs. Leon Guthrie. Attending Elsie Epstein, Mrs. Catherine Powell ing on the eastern shore of Lake Feed Needy FolksS
!: were Mr. and Mrs. Norwood'Guthrie PreparedByWSCS Mrs. Helen Davis, 'Mrs. Bert Okeechobee in 1917, :Mr. Friendwas ,
and family, Mr. and :Mrs. J. W. Padgett, Mrs. Nell Hunt and Mrs. cultivating corn the other aft-
s Guthrie and daughter, Margo, and Lennie Baxter, members of the ernoon when he was stricken by a The Canal Point Lions Club at
-. :Miss Eva Gall Guthrie, all of Ml- Gifts for two Christmas love ;Woman's Club, and Mrs. Annette slight heart attack. He is on the the weekly dinner meeting voted,

A. f&nl; Trooper and Mrs. Carol Williams baskets were carried by membersof I McCurdy, member of' the Order of mend and looking forward to the to give baskets of Christmas food

and family of Moore Haven the Margery Lair Circle, Paho Eastern Star.. .._ special Christmas Holiday on Sun and gifts to needy families. President !
=. and his mother' Mrs. ,:Maxey ofT kee Methodist WSCS, to the December t' day.Commenting P. A. Slonatfer appointed D. I
Belle Glade; Mr. and Mrs. Leon I meeting at the home of PARTY HONORS VISITORMrs. on his slight attack L. Hooks and Grady Echols to serve ';
};. Guthrie, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Chancellor :Mrs. C. A. Major. Mrs. Nola B.i .. D, c: Rhodes entertainedat Mr. Friend said he noticed that he, with himself on the committee in I
:' > Mr.,,and"Mrs. c. R. Wether-I Smith was in charge of preparing her home with a coffee, honoringher didn't feel up to par that day but charge of the project. Motion picT J
tagtoa and family; Mr. and :Mrs. the baskets. sister, :Miss Maxine Howard, continued his particular task of tures were shown of some of the !
/ R. B, Mackey and family, :Mr.,and I Plans for a mission book study to f'who is a guest of the Rhodes family cultivating a plot of sweet corn before highlights of the plays that will be '.
Mrs. C1ar'ence'Maxwell.' ': Mr., and "be held Fridays during January this week. Miss Howard, who has going to ,the doctor. Throughthe presented through te Palm Beach .
: Mrs. W. ,A.Humphries, Mr. and were announced, by Mrs. Arch been: serving as a missionary to years he has said that regular Musicale this winter. It was announced

,\: : ': ,l ;Mrs. R. W. Singletary,and Mr. and Blakey.. A program, entitled "The Thailand, is presently the Stateson hours, plenty of work and,kindnessto the'Palm Beach County
.- /. ,Mrs.,I, S. Guthrie. aU of Patnkee.e Advent" was presented by Mrs. furlough'and will return to one's fellowman go a long way Lions Association has taken up all
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:* -, Major, assisted by Mrs. John Pad-_ Thailand in January She'plans to toward bringing about a long and the tickets for the opening night I
>" Mr.'' and..'Mrs. ,Al Lavender' will gett Mrs. Blakey and Mrs. Brown. spend Christmas Day with' her happy life. In this case it must be of the play, Fanny, to,be presentedin .P
4' spend Christmas With,herfmother,!Mrs. Major read a Peter :Marshall mother,in Lexington IlL Membersof 'so as is evidenced by the splendid March, the tickets to be distributed -
S Mrs ,Maggie:Newton, and family. 'I|Christmas. story and. Mrs. J. R. Mrs. Rhodes' Bible study' group health;Mr. Friend has'enjoyed foe among the various clubs .in .
at Hataes City. :York a:Christmas c2 allee.: were guests,at the coffee. a teag.... long tfaae. "." '.PBCLC'for sale to club members., ;
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Crowds of faces glowing with\the
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A heartfelt, laughing eyes and hearty chuckle ij
gifts you can use and some youcan'tthat's
a grownup'seyeviewof 3. giver and receiver alike cherish .

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"MerryChristn holidays. '
.A forest of legs, a frustrating the happiest Christmas ever. .
heap of things to touch and see i ii

to all of you, and an endless journey of being May the faith of the
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good friends. of the holidays. -.lt1 \. children be strong in !
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Preschool children often don't I '
understand Santa Claus. Take '
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Phone,577.::::.. Canal; Point were frightened. Phone 531 Canal Point j' '1$;
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v to have the happiest r:f off evil spirits. ,jaslrfoHed J
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f \ .I holiday of our high and the lad who stole a kiss .Y holiday happiness ,
if ifif had to reach up and pull off one
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I Yuletide display, but hemlock
yew, boxwood and aborvitae are a

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.'I\. : ,'Dr. 'and Mrs L. W.; Armstrong, MIDNIGHT MASS I 1-Vance :Dentons :Move PARTY AT HATTON HOME CHRISTMAS PARTY
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: it will have as guests Christmas Day A Christmas Eve midnight mass
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": their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. will be held at St. Phillip's Catholic -: I Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, Stapler and Mrs. Ed Culberson entertained -

_and Mrs. Alvin H. Armstrong, and Church.. Belle Glad Saturdayat I Mr. and Mrs. Vance Denton and 1 held their annual<, Christmas' partyat at Mrs. Belk's home on
,: -children of Hialeah, .Mrs. Helen 12 midnight. Preceding the the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Bacom Point with a Christmas
:. Murray of Miami, and Hugh Ride. mass, the church choir will sing I family have moved into their new R. Hatton with husbands at- party for the children of the
f::"- ." nour of Pahokee carols starting at 11:45 p. m. home at 1487 East Main St. They tending as guests.There was an exchange neighborhood. Gifts were exchanged -
: --- .r.:-- I will have as dinner guests on of gifts. Mrs. Hatton and and refreshments were served
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.."' '. son. Whit, will arrive this weekend |I Ohio, arrived ,here Tuesday for a and Mrs. O. I of Pa- committe were in charge of the -------
;: and ? Carptenter entertainment and the serving of The Rev. and Mrs. Larry O'Steen
,; for a holiday visit with his brother- visit with their son-in-law '
t in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John E. hokee and her brother and sister- I refreshments.?. and son, Tommy of Jacksonvilleare
. .. ; penter and family of Belle Glade; ,R. M. (Mike) Sanders has returned Monday for a holiday visit with his
. --- I and Mr. Denton's grandmother. home from Good Samaritan parents, the Rev. and Mrs. T. C.
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communities of Palm Beach ::', ""-
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more accurate rating of freight
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t' i: 9 James W. Lee .'
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fly, :',:, I ( ifr9 ) ling of truck shipments." '
.. I The director said that he had >' '" Merry Christmas" .
I filed a proposal with the Florida
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DUUNELLON Acquisition of < < <
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Townsend Corporation of America JOYOUS ))1
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The, Rardiq Building In Canal Point Florida Resort Airline convertble deben- '
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I THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF is 83 per cent owned by Townsend
Corporation.The 1 FRIENDS.! '

). .THE- EVERGLADES NEWS transaction was handled by i
Keyes International of Miami, and i :

Serving'the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without, that organization has been retainedto A .
Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years manage the property. Kenneth ,
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Established March. II 1924 Published Every Friday
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Subscription $2.00 Townsend will be vice presidentand A f
Steven Bonjour, secretary and
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treasurer of the. new corporation. I
Canal Point,Florida: ,.as: Second Class Matter A I I 'j'j'S

: PaulR rdin Owner,.,Editor, Publisher
Charlene. Schultz
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Chosen In SarasotaSARASOTA thanks' and appreciation to the Mrs. Charlene Schultz, daughterof

Everglades Memorial Hospitals Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Stuckey, and L' 4 --
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.. 'Miss Florida Pageant at Sarasota staff,.doctors and nurses, organizations ,Mrs. Leon F. Webster Sr., of,Belle 1 1I 11
churches ;and friends for I Glade were Married at the Church AI
have been set. All competitions
: prayers, cards, flowers and wordsof of God on Barfield Highway, Paho ,
.wyi! Jbe held ..at Saraaota's, air- sympathy-during the illness and I kee, Saturday, Dec. 17, at 10 a. m., i . r
conditioned municipal auditorium recent death of Samuel Mckinstry, with the Rev. Curtis R.' Mock, i iI I IF I

.the evenings of June 22 and 23/with Sr., husband, father, grandfather.Mrs. I pastor of the Full Gospel Church, I A
.\ the finals and coronation on Saturday Samuel McKinstry, Sr. Newton, Iowa brother of the bride '
evening,!June 24, 1961. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mc officiating at the.double ring cere
The'conteJt will be sponsored by Kinstry, Jr mony. -
the, Sarasota County Chamber of :Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Crossman The bride wore a street-length, -- I

Commerce and ,the :Sarasota Jay Mr. and..Mrs. Billy' Rogers: two-piece beige silk dress with
r.. Mr._'and jMrs. William E. macthing accessories and a corsageof
cees.Last .
year. when Kathy Magda, McKinstryMr. ,pink carnations. .
: the reigning Miss ..Florida .wag and Mrs. Richard Tillis ,.Attendants were Mr. and .Mrs.
r .;crowned, two thirds of the*29 Miss The. 19 Grandchildren. H. R. Hodges' of South Bay, broth- i CITY PAHOKEE : > y yR
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contestants are expected to enter. J. W. Cruthirds, at Port Salerno. Coast, the couple! will make their i
.1 .home at ...561. SW Third; ''St., $elle.
r.. .., Glade, where he is a rancher and t'.i.
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4 honoring Mrs:Nola B..Smith on her ;i ,& 'fQfti.: : :

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Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Arch I ,
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; The Rev., Hal Hunter, pastor of. ,,

t 1riih Jewelry the Northwpod Baptist church. 'Eahokee. ,:Florida, ;:

West Palm, Beach, was .guestsgeaker"at .t.- G\ iF I
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Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Corbitt' and : STEP THIS CHRISTMAS SEASONIs ;

.' -son. Randy, of West Hollywoodwere I' ;
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Mrs-W. J. White, .in Canal Point. I
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and Mrs. J. D. Latham haveas J
holiday guests this weekend J
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their son-in-law; and daughter.; Rev. I.
j. and Mrs. C.'E. Gustfson and hildJ J

.: fen of Toccoa. Ga.. and their son .
;' and daughter-in-law Mr. and,Mrs. .
J. D."D"Latham. Jr., of Cocoa." '

Mr. and Mrs. Julian Branch and
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'withluVinother; !late Branch,.. 1n

.. and other. relatives'In- Pompano, -' j a
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y and daughter of.Jacksonville have

moved to Pahokee where they ara s/iop/ lJl .1\-P\ill. I
I' now making their home in the Pen- j :
r ; -- T nington Apartment. He'is'now associated "
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f Company.Mi-'StarUng.ts.the. .

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., \ JI Frank.of West Palm Beach spent' j \

: May each day be filled with it. Sunday' in 'Pahokee visiting her J' I
father Frank Friend who was{ ,
celebratingrhls 85U birthday anniversary 1 I

: and Mrs Friend. 1 .

Frank Rozelle Jr.. of Atlanta
Ga., is the holiday guest _of hiS j
T parents Mr. and Mrs. Alex Lin- j JACK $ N1WSPaIhokee MARKETJ
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spending the holidays in North .-
Florida visiting her mother, Mrs. ,i
Y. Harris, at Quincy and other relatives /J f .. I'
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C. Reynolds and family of West -
Palm Beach. .11I!I

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Wilson -I;

will be guests of her son-in-law and I '
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Newton t 1 1
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daughter, Miss Harlene Williams. :
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Roscoe Williams of Homestead
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".T and his son-in-law and daughter, ; I
.. Mr. and Mrs George Mills, and P !
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family in Pahokee. *
We're wishing: you f j_: { Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Sims, Jr., crif[ And hope this w" '

and her mother, Mrs. Nannie Mal- 4
a sprightly, happy } \ lory, will spend Christmas with Christmas is one

his mother,4 Mrs.' E. D. Sims, Sr., 3 V ,
time this
and brother-in-law and sister, Mr l" .
Yuletide'it ) .. I Beach.and Mrs. R. G. Jensen,.at Daytona Ai'i i you can cherish l" .


I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Beahans 'of I forever. .'
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of Christmas music presented i '
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J. G. Weeks & Son Raymond Christian of Clewiston: '
visited his brother-in-law and sister G1adesMercantiIeEo.M I"

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Hauling) Contractors' Canal Point>ygw& wright, in Pahokee Monday. M !
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.Mr .and Mrs.J.H. Bdrdeaux planto ,
visit her niece, Mrs. Fletcher : I
Orpin, and :family at Fort Lauderdale I
on Christmas Day. J !

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Branch, and ti'I
family will visit his mother, Mrs.
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and sister,Mr. and Mrs. T= L. Cook I'!!!
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Pompano on Christmas Day.. lft l vyyStiftgvfrS\iry8 .
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I children in Tallahassee. He was accompanied .
by Mrs. Ida Larrimoru, I
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tf er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur K
Larrimore, in that city during the
N' holidays. HOLIDA Y

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't'f III: from Florida Southren College, 1;

I Lakeland, to spend Mr.andn.// gI
here with his parents,
41 I E-S. Parnell. '
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Mr, and Mrs. Stanley Hooks and .
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children of Atlanta, Ga., are spend-
ing the holidays with her parents, ::
: Mr. and Mrs. R. F, Hurt, in Pa o-
.- I kee and his, parents, Mr. and Mrs. '
\ .0 D. L. Hooks,,in Canal Point. 1 .
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i1 will spend Christmas Day with his s
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; A sincere wish for a f insi' ; in Goodwater, Ala., before returning I < f
holiday to everyone: t 1 home.!

f. Capt. and Mrs George Belk, Jr., good wishes i :

i of Fort Benning.; Ga. are guests
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mother, Mrs. Flossie Mahoney, and your

!; other relatives. ." .

Mrs. Ruby Chaney plans"to spend Yifeficfeoy./ .
loW Christmas with her'sister, Mrs. C.
'" L. Guest, and brother, Luke Bran-
nen, and families at Valdosta, Ga. "-
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Las, to spend Christmas with her J ,
mother and other relatives. r

o'I Airman 1-c Earl L., Norris fcfHollman
AFB, Alamogordo, N. :Mis -, .
the house guest of' Mr. and Mrs.
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Mack Barffeld and family Ca- Glades Equipment

nal Point through the holidays.Mrs. ,

( Nora Tcmlin of Laverne '- 'Pahokee. "
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PHONE 511 = PAHOKEE WT 6-8550 BELLE GLADE visit with her niece, Mrs. Glenn I -'. J-K \01: '-' 'f; '-' "
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Robert N. Hoffman, Pahokee '
High School librarian. Is spending '. .";., ..;]
: the holidays with relatives ia Gas I "

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'I 5 Miss Julia Mathis and Mrs. H. ;
: McIntosh and family. M'I lJ:'
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Pihokee for the holidays. lE! J

I ? Miss Sylvia Parrish: student ..
? nurse at School of Nursing, Orange ys
Memorial Hospital, Orlando, iswith rig
y 5 her parents, Mr. and Mrs F.
S. Parrish. in Pahokee.for the hol-
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.t t :: ,Jack Stanley will visit his grand-I( Merry"Christmas
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Kenneth McIntosh, FSU student
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is 5 Gainesville are spending the holidays .
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Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Elliott. tt.. \ "
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... Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas have
V. as a holiday' guest their daughter. .
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t .{. ... :. Stuckey, and Mr. Stuckey. While '
(\...'.. '. '., ,'' here he officiated at the marriage "
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':. to Leon. Franklin Webster, Jr., at
: :j, 1 the Church of God on Barfield I .

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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mathis, Jr.,
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,TRUCK of Washington, D. C., have arrived
f. in Pahokee for a holiday visit with -
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. ,-Mr. &:'Mrs. Grady Echols5. "
Pahokee Canal Point Road and Mrs. Lewis Pope, Jr., and family : ,
t and other relatives.Mr. '
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and Mrs. R. B. Mackey, accompanied K .
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\ Mrs. W. A. Humphries, visited I .
2.their son-In-Iawand> daughter, Mr. i I.

J .. <&$ iSyK, ''I and Mrs. Bobby Mackey, at Stuart .4 (
Sunday evening.Herman .
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f. w Pahokee Elementary School, is ,i7\ ',A1JTIHITt: :mj 71t mtii7\ t r71tr71t'r71trTIt'r! ; '?,>" L1111 I G1 ;
spending the Christmas vacation
with his family at Daytona Beach.

1. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Tillman of Zd1tt
". Canal Point accompanied by their -
SEA.SON: S son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Bush, and family, will
spend Christmas Day with their
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
<.1 Mrs. Buford Justice, at Jupiter.Mr. .
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and Mrs. Donald Hand of Or- ,
lando will be guests here this
1. weekend of his parents, Mr. and ; .5- ..
: Mrs. F. W. Hand. I r i ,

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elder of
Jacksonville will arrive in Pahokee rrruS&S -
4= ILEETJN6S this weekend for a holiday visit *r
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with her brother and sister-in-law, 1
I IWe're Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Bush, and
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L?,-; mother Mrs. Ruby Bush. .1

fr" Bobby White of West Palm Beach
< arrived'in Canal Point this week to
ABIDING PEACE AND YULETIDE
spend the holidays with his mother, I
deeplg Mrs. W. J. White. JOY IS OUR HEARTIESTWISH r
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1"1 rKd Mr. and Mrs. Dave W. Young '
FOR ALL MEfo"F
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: Ii weekend their; 'son-In-law, and GOODILL.
,daughter,Mr.,and Mrs. R. S. Bowe, t _I
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t State Chamber Head I[k importance in Florida than in most Weeki Wachee Has I

states because of the tourist industry
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Ccleman's plans for stepping up
'i I BROOKSVILLE-Weeki Wachee -=
DAYTONA BEACH Henry j -
Coleman the new president of"the[the program include a proposed :e- Spring on U. S. Highway 19 just

Florida State Chamber pf Commerce -! vision of the by-laws He believes north of St. Petersburg has doub- ;

sayg the chamber must step directorships should be rotated to led the size of its underwater Pi
> up Its activities to meet today's get new blood into the organiza swimming show and has created a if;
),j challenges. tion's leadership. He also feels new theatre to attract a record It
,ft Coleman, who took over: 'as head I more districts should be createdin crowd of tourists this season. ;;
'.\ of' the state chamber last month order to group sections .ot the The theatre, constructed of pre- Ifj
i says the organization has more! state with common interests. stressed concrete and featuring an
I unusual roof system was constructed D:I
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ff Spfcers, contractors. Florida Pre-
stressed Concrete Co. of Tampa

produced the 19 barrel units comprising f) -
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f derwater show plus the new underwater -
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ple* has; resulted in a ,..record num- p
ber of visitors to this West Coastj
J Y attraction. Weeki Wachee officials! Pare
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season.
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Motel Rates Price z_
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\ We want to thank the many fine folksAvho have made thepast 4'I
council to the State Hotel Commis-
t year a successful one here at our store.We are deeply S -- -.......
grateful for the splendid patronage and take this method sion has recommended that all out- f
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of extending Greetings of the Season to Each and Everyone fjJ! door advertising f
{ rates be prohibited by law. z:
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Hotel Commissioner Richard
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CHRISTMAS.: *
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price wars that were !!-
HAPPY NEW YEAR .
1 1f jurious to both the traveling public i, /
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1 The advisory council at a recent \

B I'ton I R exa II Drugs .meeting voted unanimously to t!
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change the present hotel laws. to i
PHONE 7207 PAHOKEE make the outdoor rate advertsing B. -
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Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Friend have Fort Lauderdale and Miss Cyndy

as guests through the holidays their I I Friend,. student at Florida State I

I. 'I( PERSONAL NEWS NOTES I II ,daughters*+ Miss Kay I Friend of University.Il I IIII


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Lt. and Mrs. Eddie' Stanley and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barfield THEATRESPRINCE
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Dragon of Or-
',. daughters, Cheryl and Karen, are visited their son-in-law and daughter lando announce the birth of a son .
1.-; spending the Christmas holidays Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wattenbarger I
at a hospital there, Dec. 18. Mrs. LAKE DRIVE-IN
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.: and family at Fort Myers over Dragon is the former Sonja Lee .
H., Echols, in Canal Point I
Grady the weekend. .
Doyle, a granddaughter of Mr Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
w.t. and his mother, Mrs. Ralph Stanley .. ..
Ruby Chaney of Pahokee. Mrs. - -
Mrs. Bertha Finley was called to .
in Pahokee while he is on a -
1',. two-week leave from the U. S. Bradenton Beach by the illness of Chaney is visiting her gijuiddaugh- 2 DIG FEATURES-
ter and in Orlando this
; Navy in being transferred from her sister, Mrs. Marie Rasmusser. week. family' SUNDAYMONDAYTUESDAYDECEMBER Ai:MONDAY -TUESDA1DECE3IBER
I,': : Monterey, Calif., to New Iberia,.La. Mrs. B. B. Justice is staying with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nobles 25-26-27
Mrs. Collie Flowers while Mrs. 25-26-27
: '_ Mrs. Pearl Agne1\ will spend" Finley is away. (Ruth Virginia Martin) of Paho- The UNFORGIW.BURT

r t. .Christmas in ,Christmas with herr .kee announce the birth of a daughter .
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: daughter, Mrs. Buster Kilpatrick, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Andrewshad Bettina Ann, at the Everglades BURT LANCASTER AND I
'-, and family. as guests Sunday their son Memorial Hospital Dec. 15.
r-. -' and daughter-in-law, Mr., and Mrs. -;-- --- CROSBY, FABIN, TUESAUDREY" I HEPBURN
E Ronald Dopson ',of Miami state James Andrews; and family of Mr. and Mrs. M. H.Baxter planto DAY WELD AND NICOLE ALSO. '
;' editor of the Mifcrni Herald, and West; Palm Beach and their duaghter spend Christmas with her niece, -
.j Ray UnderS,-bead of the West Mrs. Earl Hingson and ,son, Mrs. Kenneth Wells, and family. MAUREY "JUNGLE HEAT"H
r, Palm Beach Bureau of the Miami Gene, of Clewiston. ',Miami.
::;, Herald, visited Mrs. R. J. Schroder It t t t i J t t.1 t t t t t, t t t t tIt t t : tIt t t t t"t"l't"r"l"M"t"t't t Cif

.. Miami Herald correspondent for -- --- -
I,' this area, in Pahokee Monday.
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:Mr. and Mrs. Leon Guthrie have '
.: as a guest this week their grand- ,. l .

.' \ daughter, Linda Williams of Moore .
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,Mr and Mrs. Richard F. Hurt .

wtfl have as holiday guests '.. .
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sons-in-law and daughters Mr. and !
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r i. ,Mrs.Jack Moody, and son of Rock {>- ..r, '- >' .
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Hill, N. C., and Mr. and Mrs. John I }
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F. Nye of West Palm Beach. '

Dr. ,and Mrs. F. H.,Poteete. Jr., :
and,family have as holiday guestshis .
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parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,Fred H. 1 .

r: Poteete, Sr.,..of Water Valley, :Miss. .

; .. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard -
7 f : F. Hurt was the scene Wednesday I II ERR y- 'I
-. evening of the annual Christmas ,
party for the employes of the '

'- members City Products of their'Corporation families. and .. t
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a. .I Among the patients at the #
& glades Memorial Hospital Wednesday _. F ,
f... "were Miss Janice Yelvington, / ...
t;",' '. Mrsf Grace Maxson, Mrs. Adeline I ,' ", If> :..' .
Wroten, Mrs. Luella Holmes and '

,. Mrs. Irene .Arthur.. : ,
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Mr and Mrs. Allen Sanders of .. ;. :
Milton Fla., were guests Wednesday ..
I night of her brother-in-law and I. '
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sister Mr. and Mrs. Joe Alderman, !
in Pahokee while enroute to Miami
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with their son-in-law and daughter, ,,
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; biro and Mrs. Lou June, and family. I

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; Keith Aldridge and Johnny Van-

degrift, cadets at Bolles Military .w, .
'. Academy, Jacksonville, have arrived r.; I

a'. ... in Pahokee to spend the holidays '? iy:':;yn, ..,
: t with their parents Mr.''andr I
Mrs. W, K. :Aldridge and Mr. and : ,
; Mrs. Roy Vandegrift, Jr. r
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, David Watkins, University- of .
ti" Mississippi student spending the .

I" holidays here with'his parents,,Mr. [.:{C., ,
F and Mrs. D. B. Watkins, :"ah'd: ,fam- 'I ..i1F. .f .Qtiffv:}i : I ,
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') Joey Alderman; student at Florida .

,. ::. i Southern College, Lakeland, is
_- the guest of his parents, Mr. and I' .I
Mrs. Joe Alderman, through the
r holidays. '
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"c: Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Schroder -
6- ,and his sister-in-law: Mrs. Helen .-,
:".' Schroder, will be the guests of their n 2 4Z
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,; son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and I
i-- Mrs R.. W.Schroder, at Hypoluxo.

l.",.." on Christmas! Day.. .

W. ;:'" David W. Ramey.is expected to :
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{' .- : arrive :from ,Gainesville Saturday '
'. "f, I to spend the*holidays in, Pahokee 'f : : %, .
with his parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. 4r'. I
p'' .. George Ramey \

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4. Pahokee-Chamber To :

Name. Needy Folks : .. (t '-

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The office of the ,Pahokee Cham- :: .. ... r@
.ber '
.r clearing house for the distribution ;; '
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;."i'.;. .. of Christmas basketsto needy families -' r? Bank Pahokee '
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in. the area. Mrs. W. B. Nix, .of ,
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t' executive secretary, is listing > > : ,.
< names turned in.by welfare workers *. ? ,. ;
;f and others familiar with the II > / *

:;t needs of unfortunate persons for .' : ..... ',: Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation /. ,: .
the; convenience of, various charitable > .;;:, ".' ..j, ....... .' ...
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organizations planning
presentations .': (
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of gift baskets during the w '> -t.t :. ::;; ;., .; :... 1'
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".:, Mrs. Lewis PARTYT Friend entertained W ",/;, : ;. r r / ::t

:. at her home with a buffet.chicken' .; ..t '<" -. t":' < _" > -
supper and party 'honoring her -.
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birthday anniversary. There 'were. r ,
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