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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 28, 1962
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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
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
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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'. 'I' December 28, 1962 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN :

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V a chorus of praise the State Legislature, the Palm.- .
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series of "Legislative Clinics';. ;
for the New Year
throughout the County in'orde;' ,:
1( that all of our citizens may be fully -.':
,- -.f',1; I 'informed of all local bills which :
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I f to pass at the forthcoming Legi-' ,!
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A rf These "Clinics", or- public hear- -. 4ings -
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4 The Salvation Army workers present when the photographer happened I at Building at 2:00: p. m. until 5OO :
I I along were: Brig. Gen. John Bivans and Mrs. Bivans, Mrs. Judy wishes for p. m. ,;
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; :200 'Families AidedBy I -Local Girls Appear *" *- prosperity. .CO.U1tyrQ> Update :. !

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On WPB Channel 12 Its Road SurveyPlans
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ArmyChildren ,, .' \:.
Appearing on Channel 12 this "' '
; '. for updating the county' .I
morning, at 10:30. will be a groupof fl
of 200 families in the Palm Beach County 4-H girls : origin and destination survey I
j Pahokee area received Christmas i including Canal Point and Paho which sets out a long range system : I
toys, last Friday, under the supervision kee, who are members of the of highways for Palm Beach ,!
,of the Salvation Army, Girl's Council Executive Board County, are being completed this "
r with Brig. Gen. John Bivans, retired All the girls are medal winners and week by1 the County Commission: ,1
in charge. Gen. Bivans distributed will discuss 4-H projects, what THE EVERGLADES NEWS At its meeting last Friday,, the i
the toys at the Pahokee they are doing in junior leadership board, at the ,request of the Stato .' !I
Fire Station assisted by Mrs.I I projects and their duties as Council Road Department, adopted a resolution .-\i
Serving the Glades for Nearly 40 Years .-.\t
r, Glenn Powell, Mrs. Wiley Tillis, officers. asking that the survey
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Mrs. Adeline Wroten, Mrs. Joe E .
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Thompson, Mrs. Judy Sapp, Mrs.- up .. f r
,Marvin Crady and Mrs. E, B.I, March Of Dimes I I by the state, the same agency :.. i
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Gen. Bivans stated that about .
4,000 children in Palm Beach Has Many 'Workers wwmw needs for 20 years. './.*.,-.o' !
County were given toys by the .Garden Club Party Physical Exams Principal reason for the up dating -' -
Salvation Army, this year. By Canal Point GroupThe according to Edward Mueller. -
One of the most state board official, is to
K, Members of the Pahokee civic intensive recruiting road
clubs donated the toys and the drives ever staged to sign County EmployeesCounty make sure that the highway program (' .. :--'u I
,Pahokee Chamber of Commercearranged up volunteer workers, is now going Christmas party of the Canal for..Palm.Beach County will \ .::"''i
the 'display tables.Louisiana on across Palm Beach County I Point 'Garden- Club was held fit into plans for Federal aid. A' '.' i
.s under'the direction of Mrs. Neal .December 20, at the Canal ,Point employes of the future recent congressional says that r- I
Wellman, who has been, named Community Building with the .will all have to' undergo and pass no highway not in the planning !
I Cane county chairman for the annual president, Mrs. Glenn: Powell in physical examination before they stage, by 1965, will not be eligible i, 'j'I
Mother's, March to be held as partof charge. Gifts were exchanged and go on the job, according to a policywhich for certain types of Federal assist- x'
f the January March of Dimes refreshments were served by the the county. commission has ance.' Mueller' called the updating :;
Growers To VisitLouisiana fund campaign.Mrs. hostesses, Mrs. C. B. Stringari and adopted. and continuing study of the road _
Wellman, West Palm Mrs. O. H. Sheppard.The In answer to a request from the plan, insurance against loss of .,
sugar growers and Beach, who last year headed the I next meeting will be held, county' health department, the federal aid. j" .'.":. % ". :.i I
processors will make their annual State American Legion Auxiliary January 17, at the home of Mrs. board voted to notify all depart- Mueller commended the county .. > :
tour of Florida sugar cane areas I said she ..hoPes to recruit one of M. C. Carter. ment heads and elected officials board for its foresight "of several "II I
January 6-12. Gilbert Durbin, gen- i the largest volunteer groups ever whose employes come under responsibility years ago in initiating the long ""I!
eral manager of the American assembled throughout the county. of workmen's compen- range survey-a move which to- .*., 1:
Sugar Cane League, said Tuesdayin Past March of Dimes drives, she sation, that future employes will day puts Palm Beach County far -- :
Elks New Year'sEve
New Orleans. said, have pointed up the import- have to take physical exams. ahead of other South Florida : :
Durbin said the Louisiana dele- ance of the Mother's March as one I Further department heads were counties in mapping. fu'ture needs i iALABAMA ;
gation would visit old and new of the principal fund raising ef- Dance Monday asked to furnish the health department !'! '
with a list of job classifications VISITORS :
Florida cane farms and new cane forts. For this reason and because
processing factories.A this is the Silver Anniversary of so that physical capabil- 'Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell,-Kirk expect -
top attraction scheduled for a the campaign, it is the hope of The Elks club in Pahokee Is ities could be matched with the to have as' weekend "guests.. ."
visit is the Canal Point,experiment: campaign leaders that this year's planning a New Year's Eve Dance type of job an employee would be her brother-in-law and jfcteteiv Mrw ;
station where new cane va-rieties marching mothers will number in for next Monday night, it has called on to perform. and Mrs. Floyd Fruittqf' Talla*
are bred\ for Louisiana. the thousands instead of hundreds been announced by officials of the dega, Ala., who are Arriving:for a .;
.Durbin said Louisiana sugar I Ias in recent years. club. HOME FROM CORAL GABLESMr. visit prior to attending-the: OrangeBowl 1
cane producers were particularly The women of Palm Beach 1 'The Lamplighters," a well and Mrs. C. B. Stringari re- game on New Years Day. '
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interested in seeing: how Floridais I County, ,Mrs. Wellman said, have known band, has been engaged ,to turned Wednesday from Coral > '
reacting to damage done by the always given generously of their I furnish music for the evening's Gables where they visited her RETURNS TO WAUCHULA ..
mid-December freeze. time in this cause and.have,proven entertainment and a cordial invitation brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Letha: B. Kepp returned to
.. themselves to be the kind of work- is extended one and all to Mrs. Frank :MarteL They were ac- her home In Waucnula, 'Wednesday -
Mr. and Mrs. L. W.Mullis had as ers able to produce the results so attend. The cost will be $5.00 per companied from Ft, Lauderdale to after spending Christmas with
'; ; their holiday guest, this week his necessary In this type. of fund rais-I couple. Dancing; will start .at 10 Coral Gables by her mother, Mrs. her son and daughter-in-law' 'Mr. ;.
5 son, Tim Mullis, of Cocoa ing campaign I p. m. and continue_until 2 p. m., Garnet MarteL and Mrs. Donald "B. Kepp: < .

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products are not
It yet in retail

The 4 ont to stores.institutions So far and they food are being manufacturers. sold- I i Annual Party.Hfeld .


a It has prospects of becoming For 4-H ClubsThe
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by a Billion-dollar industry by
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V According to an industry defini-
i annual Christmas
party of
, Florid" tion, freeze-drying is "a unique
the Palm Beach County 4-H Clubs
food
''' preservation process that removes -
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I Q | without appreciably changing the munity Building, Saturday, December -
J. __ ... ......... A solution remains to be found I shape, color or taste of the pro- 22, with Miss Nancy Har-
,, : for the problem of abundance thath. duct. Cellular structure remains rington, chairman in charge of

< been plaguing the nation'sdairy intact." arrangements. _,.._.
The -Rardth 'B inkling: In Canal Point FloridTHE'tAKE industry. Increasing milk Freeze-drying is accomplished In addition to the 4-H members
a production and
.... failure of con by sealing frozen foods in special three County Agents attending
OKEECHOBEE- REGION HOME- OF sumption to keep pace is causing drying cabinets where air is I were Raleigh Griffis, Norman, Be-
deep concern about the industry's s pumped out ,and low-level heat is zona and Kent Price. Refreshmentswere
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THE' EVERGLADES: NEWS future national prospects.A slowly applied. As the temperature j prepared and served by, .the'.. .
farm publicatiowarns n rises, ice in the frozen product is girls, and dancing was enjoyed
I Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming: Region Without "this is not the time to takea vaporized until 98 per cent of the throughout the evening.
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Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years flyer in dairying CCC (Commodity moisture is removed. ... ,_

Estatilished'lV&'rch) -ii 1924' 'Published' Credit Corporation), stocks Nitrogen is put into the chamber Offer LocationFor
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; piling up Prices will increase to replace the in
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I Subscription Price $2.OO Year In AdvanceThe this winter but will stay be food. This inert gas oxygen retards spoil- Hospital Site

Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office low last year's prices until April:' age. Once this is done the product Retarded Children
So you can expect to see a push is for
In Canal Point Florida, as Second Class Matter I ready packaging. It is now
for -
new dairy legislation revived I dehydrated, not frozen and I .::,
Paul Rardih i during the may I Palm Beach County is scheduled
session
Owner coming of Con-
.. Editor;Publisher DC siorea at room temperature to offer
the
I state a site for a
gress. At the last session the Ad- as long as two years. pro-
ministration failed to obtain approval posed hospital for care of retarded -
Here Is for its suggested plan to children-an institution which
What Transpired At Monday's put the brakes on milk production I Airman Ezzell Is At the state hopes to build in South

Meeting Of The Palm BeachCounty so the farm bill which emergeddid : Keesler AFB Miss. Florida.
....-. :"-. not include a dairy section. The commission has given Chairman -
Congress failed to the I Lake Lytal authority to con
adopt
Commission posal to give dairy farmers pro-a LACKLAND AFB, Tex. Air-I tact Governor Farris Bryant and
man Basic
c. choice of Joseph W. Ezzell son offer county owned lands as a lo
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for
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-- higher price of Mrs.
Ida V.
-- Shields of 3418 Ba- cation for the
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supports coupled with hospital,
reduction ofin
The com Point Road, Pahokee, Fla., is Lytal said i :
Palm original plans had
'Beach County Commission commission noted that output or an open market with t
street
which for several a minimal being reassigned to Keesler AFB, been, to build the institution Jh
months the price
I I I same subdivision only a few supports. Miss. for
has been seeing its sub division months ago was improved for There have been other proposals United! States technical Air Force training as .a I! Broward County but' some difficulty
ground is being
road improvement program hard about half that amount. made, and at a recent meeting of radio I experienced in finding
hit operator.Airman? I a site in that
by area.
spiraling the National
prices, t Milk
The Producers'
may pucounty commission ordered its Federation Ezzell I
who
completedthe The said
crews to wprk on the im engineering department to make a Secretary of Agriculture first phase of his commission chariman .. .
provements rather than Orville Freeman military the hospital, is badly needed and,
letting minute urged the industry
.# study of improvement .
training here, was selected for the it will offer
private employment for
contractors do the work. costs in an effort to determine if to get together, speak up "with specialized u
ii course on the basis of number of
people.
The whole problem stems from the county could put its own one voice" and say what it wants. his interests and aptitudes.The I -
t recent bids received from the com- forces to work on the subdivision He made it clear that it is up to airman is a 1962
''I mission which topped estimates by the various producer organizations graduateof II LOUISIANA'ISITORS ..v,
jobs.The Pahokee Junior-Senior High Guests this week
,I dollars of Mr. and
per front foot. The latest entire commission said the to agree on a program tEat School.
Ii i Mrs. Ralph Maxson in
Canal Point
price hike has good ,
came last week when improvement program is one of prospects for boostingdairy ---

"I, the commission heard that an important the most important assists that it I I income, cutting present Mrs. Hugo Boe, fourth grade I who Sheridan came wedding to attend on the Hickerson-ChristmasDay ,

.t program on a subdivision can give to property owners. Un heavy surpluses and reducing teacher in the Pahokee Elementary were the bride's .
::1 street had been estimated to cost der the plan, the county does the I l their cost to the taxpayer. "Time School, and her sons, Robert aunt, State Representative uncle and and,
,I more than $8 per front foot. The work which is is running out" he warned, and
k, eventually paid off I I stressed and Billy spent Christmas in Mrs. Lawrence Sheridan, and thebride's
on the the point that "as a
installment"plan -
by residents practical Winter Haven with her parents grandmother, Mrs. J. M.
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whose property is locatedon matter we do not have the
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mitchell.
Pittman, all of Bogalusa, La.
the improved streets.In I political muscle to continue the
:' Classified j AdsFOR recent weeks, some improve- I present program for long."

. ment jobs have been junked after He cited the changing complexion -
---- property owners heard final cost of Congress-the gain of 19
'f, SALE: New and used Willy*' new House seats <<,v,,_A'"
t estimates on the work. by urban and city
I Jeep Walter Ashley'* Garage In other actions at its last meet- areas in the last election "19 IN THIS ATOMIC AGE.
In
.; Belle Glade Phone 3058. .
to' ing, the commission: seats which were taken primarily
Oct. ,17-54-ch.
". Heard that short term invest- from rural areas." Present dairy

i WE HAVE HEARD of folks who ments of county funds during the legislation, he said, creates "a sit-

have rooms for rent and roomingI I past year had returned interest in uation which spells danger to us
houses for rent. A small ad right the amount of $81,450-up about all-and for the simple reason

.: here might turn the trick. Why not $25,000 from last year. that the American people will not

I Ii I try it? It is' a small cost-$1.00 a Heard that August Weybrecht permit the "situation to continue I

week. long time county employee, .had indefinitely. .
been named to the State's InduStrial I

GOTTA A ROOM for rent? A. Safety Committee. ,One of the big difficulties in obtaining
small ad in, this column will get I Heard that the county's new effective farm legislationis
I'' the job done. It only costs a dollar.ea'u Welcome Station at the north to get unity of support from

9242661. county line will be ready for use farmers themselves. AU view- 1!

WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIR: by mid January. points have a right to be heard.

. Bulova watches. Radios. Watch Authorized traffic \tsignals., for Strong support for conflicting pro-
,'III'l bands. Clocks. Fishing and hunting: the intersections ot Lantana Road posals makes it tough on legislators 11
\ licenses. Greyhound 'arid and Congress Ave. and Lantana p to decide what plan,- if any,. to !
F t'l :. CANAL. .Trailwaysticket Road and, Military Trail.. I adopt. And any.plan should measure *
agency. POINT :
SPORT SHOP Phone: 924-7181. Heard that electrical a'na water up to legislative responsibility
service ,for the Belvedere Swim to the public interest.
1 N23ch.: I
I ClUb,. .I 1c., a firm oprating near The day after he talked to the

FOR SALE: ,Maytag',Gas Range; International Airport, had been dairy group Secretary 'Freeman,
I J.used very little, bargain. Phone cut off due to inability to collect stressed the matter of unity when' .
924-7 00. utility bills.Named he spoke to the National Potato,

.I Vice Chairman E. F. Council. That industry, too, has BUILD FOR SAFETYwith

I, .. ,. '........ _._ Van Kessel and- Acting Engineer been having its own problems of
NOTIOlt QF DETENTION George Frost, to represent the abundance.! Said .he:
'I TO REOISTF.R, FICTITIOUS board at a meeting January 17 "Effective. answ-erJ to your CONCRETE MASON-QY'

I ',' 'NAME .. called by the U. S. Engineers to problems will not be easy to put
t Notice is hereby given that the discuss an improvement plan for into, operation. Even to reach
i undersigned, .under; : the, provisions Jupiter Inlet. agreement on the answers is difficult Home ,builders using strong, durable; concrete masonry
i of chapter 20.953,_Lof: Florida- Voted to negotiate with the state j I But, if six nations in Western have proven the lasting qualities of concrete block .
Acts of:1941. will register with the. educational television commission Europe with a history of 'centuries even in areas subjected to hurricanes earthquakes or ''dis

Clerk of the, Circuit ,Court, in and for use of county lands as a site of armed conflict among astrous atomic blasts., If you're planning to build, look

I for Palm. Beach County, .,Florida;;, for a TV tower for an educationalTV them, can get together and workout first to concrete masonry, the weatherproof termite-
; I' upon receipt of proof of publication, station to serve Palm Beacn a mutually satisfactory long- proof decay-proof, fire-safe building material. For

i of.. this notice, the fictitious name. i Junior College and Florida Atlantic range economic and social development quality block precision made on Stearns equipment ..
towltA&B I University. 'program, I am confident see us today.

; : ,CONSTRUCTION., that ,the American potato industry !o d.l R.pon of National Coaente M..eeri
j : ":' :/. c4 AfY_ I "Youth For Christ" should be able to do as well in Aaredatio.,Chicago,11Uenii. Nay 11. 1965.

'. ,Pahokee., Florida'whicjxwe I solving its problems:' AVOID DESTRUCTION-WITH MASONRY CONSTRUCTION
;t;.vnder are engaged in Washington Meeting: ssss"Freezedrying"

in Pahokee, _Palm Beach promises to be
County, Floridan. That the partiesinterested A group of young people from one of the next big developmentsin
in said; business are: this area joined others in West food processing. It can reduce
Robert" p11retbokee.( Fla., and I Palm Beach Wednesday, and went weight by 90 per cent and increaser
Kenneth .Barnes, 'Pahokee, Fla. by train to attend the "Youth fo storage life by as much as two

That the ..firm name "is; Christ" meeting being held in years. Certain kinds of foods, WEYBli.f.I.E
A&B Construction .Company Washington, D. C. Those making I however, do not lend themselves

;, By Robert. Allred the trip .are Sharon Johnson, to the new treatment as well as
,uTo be,published, once a" reek for Carolyn Maxson. Paula Gail Bryant others. .

four succe s\ye vWeeka in a newspaper -: Gale'Sears.and.Joy Sims from As reported by the U.S. Depart. rABo

of pn'e'rsh.circulationPalm : in Canal Point; and Carol Mae 'Hat-;: ment of AgriMilture>th sew process .' '. : ; I.GLADE. ,. FLA.
Beach County. ton, Bruce Boynton and Keith .1 Was introduced 'commercially PHONE 7185 PHONEWY, 6O 1

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Mrs. Velva Elliott of Okeechobee i All-Conference Teams
Pahokee Is On
' was the overnight_ guest, I Top
PERSONAL NEWS NOTES Christmas Eve, of her son-in-law Has Many Locals
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daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Basket Ball LoopIt's
en and family.Mr. wrot-I Runnerup Pahokee, with three
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Mrs. Rachel Harrington left Miss Faith Sasser arrived Fri daughter, Betty, spent Christmas a three-way leadership tie Suncoast Conference football team '
weeks with day from Stetson University, De- J1
Sunday to spend two with their son and daughter-in- in the Suncoast Conference bask- chosen by the nine rival coaches
son-in-law and daughter, Land, to spend the holidays here
her Echols in
law :Mr. and Mrs. Ted : and announced the
today by con-
etball chase as the teams are taking -
Mr. and Mrs.
with her
Judge and Mrs. Kenneth Cookseyin parents Melbourne.Mr. I ference commissioner's office.
Paul..$asser 1 t a break through the Yule holidays -
Monticello. i : and Mrs.Marvin Crady and Champion Belle Glade and third-
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hoyle haveas I I although a majority of them
Mr. and Mrs. J.: H. Bordeaux I family spent Christmas in Lake place Seacrest each placed two
returned home Wednesday night their holiday ,guests, his par- Park with their son-in-law and will participate in a couple of holi- players on the mythical eleven
Christmas with t ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hoyleof day tournaments this week in
after spending Mr.
: daughter, and Mrs. Harry and four other schools landed one
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Birmingham, Alabama, who expect West Palm Beach and Vero Beach.
their Mark and
Sheppard and sons, Lee, player each on the club. Seven
Chastain and family to return home; this weekend. I I Forest Hill and Riviera Beach
and Mrs. O. H. moved into
: Mike, who have just I! schools are represented on the
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Thomasville Ga. Mrs. Cleo Miles and daughter the defending co-champions each
: in their new home. I second team, with Lake Worth
Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Branyon of I of Metter, Georgia, arc the holiday Karl Watson, a student at Cen- won four in a row in the two weeks Seacrest. Ft. Pierce and Stuart

Melbourne were: the Christmas' guests of her mother, Mrs. Gene tral Florida Junior College, Ocala, i i of action before the break while having two each.

weekend guests of her parents, Butler. is spending the holidays with his Pahokee surprised with three Lone unanimous choice was

Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cross in Canal Miss Carol Cubbedge returnedto parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul \Wat straight in the league and madeit guard Ivan Mish of Seacrest who
Point. Winter Park. Monday, after four with a non-league romp .
was second team all league last
Mrs. R. J. Maxson returned to spending the weekend in Pahokee son.Mr.. and Mrs. R. R. Hendersonare over Moore Haven Friday night. j;
after with Mrs.' H. M. Mclntosh. Percentagewise it's a triple tie although year.
having
home
her Saturday spending this week with their The teams: First Team--ends,
at Memorial Millard Stanley, of Los Angeles, the Blue Devils are a half-
Everglades
teen patient
a son-in-law
and daughter, -T-Sgt. Jack Coons, Lake Worth, and Rob-
Hospital for several days. Calif., arrived Sunday and is I I and Mrs. James Barnes and family game back of the champs. in Melton, Ft. Pierce, tackles Hub
Mr. and Mrs. Danny Mullis and spending the holidays with his But Forest Hill seems to have
I' at Warner Robbins, Georgia, Spooner, Belle Glade, and Mike
of parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Stan- the edge on the others. The sea-
sons, Danny, Jr. and Jeffry, I where Sgt. Barnes is stationed at t Watkins, Pahokee; guards, Ivan
Orlando, are the guests this weekof ley, 2479 Bacom Point Road.I I Robbins AFB.Memorial. soned, tall Falcons won every start Mish, Seacrest and Bruce Wald-

his parents, Mr. and Mrs..L. M. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Atkins of ... by 20 or more points, while the Bill Ken-
Clewiston
ron, ; center
Mullis in Pahokee, and of her .Pelican Lake were the weekend other two have been repeatedly
I Gift Is nedy, Pahokee; backs, Hal Pea-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Stokesin guests of his father in Avon Park. pressed. Riviera won its pair last cock, Pahokee Dan Gibson, Sea-
Canal Point. Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Preston of Explained Here week by 1 and :5 points respectivelywith
I crest, Tom Close, Belle Glade and
Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson and Hollywood were the dinner guestsof I neither decision assured un- Roy Johnson, Forest Hill.

daughter, Jamie, left Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Harringtonand Whether it is in horor of a deceased til the final minute. Pahokee's Second Team ends, Randy
to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. family on Christmas Day. three winning margins haven't ex-
friend or relative or to Tubbs, Seacrest, and Bill Whitman -
:Major: Gibson at Thomasville, Ga. Gene Parnell who attends Flor- I ceeded 8 points. The Falcons, on Mike
tackles
Riviera Beach; ,
AT-2 Joe Parker of the U. S. ida Southern College at commemorate a birthday or any I the other hand, came close to two
other memorial Fogt, Stuart, and Tom Wilkins.
Navy, returned to his base at Nor- : is spending the holidays Lakeland'i I anniversary, a gift league records with a rare three- Dan Webb,
to Heart Association, is not i Ft. Pierce; guards
folk, Virginia, Wednesday, after :, parents, Mr. and Mrs. your figure output Friday in drubbing Lake Worth, and Don Tankersley
but it is
only appropriate a living
leave with his nell. guest Belle Glade 101-62.
spending a 20-day
memorial. Pahokee; center, Bill Hiple, Ft.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Parker. Mr. and Mrs. Dale !Maxwell of I Seacrest won twice to take Belle
Monies received for memorials Pierce; backs Didi Mills,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rardin haveas Lowell are the holiday guests of fourth spot and Stuart grabbed Fred
their holiday guests, her mother his parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Clarence I go directly to Heart Research. fifth with a 64-53 success at win- Glade, Rusty Bond. Stuart,
Life-giving research that could I Mayer, Lake Worth and Larry
Mrs. W. O. Strickland, and Maxwell in Pahokee. 1 less Vero Friday.
Mrs. Jackie Swindell, both of Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Maloy spent I mean the difference between life The teams will resume Jan. 2 Henderson. Seacrest.
and certain death for afflicted I
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Miss Marian Jenkinson of Boston Palm Beach visiting their son and I with heart disease. acid two tests of its ability, en- I Florida Greeters

Mass is spending the holidays daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. i4.1 Upon receipt of your contribu- II tertaining Forest Hill Jan. 2 and

with her brother-in-law and sister, I. Maloy, Jr. and family and other tion the Heart Association will Seacrest Jan. 4. Stuart visits Forest I Named By Bryant
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Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Carter at Port : relatives there. I send out a lovely acknowledgement t Hill Jan. 4, so the race either

Mayaca.: Mrs. E. O. Winch of Canal Point :' and greeting to commemorate will open up that week or become TALLAHASSEE Gov. Farris.

John Bolton has returned home will leave Friday for Graniteville, the occasion you specify. tighter than expected. Seacrest'slone I Bryant has urged all Floridians

after spending several days at South Carolina to spend Christmas What a worthwhile way in whichto loss was to Riviera which to become official Florida Greeters

Good Samaritan Hospital inVest with her son and daughter-m-law'l honor your friends and loved, : faces two relatively weak outfits and "Join with me and the

Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hicks. I ones and provide hope for Heart : in the first January week. Florida Development Commissionin

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Crews and Mrs. H. J. Anderson, 3351 Ba- victims. I Standings So Far: extending to all our visitors a

family 'visited her parents, Mr. com Point Road, returned home Just mail your gift along with W L Pct. warm welcome" to the state this

and Mrs.. Axel Jensen in West Sunday following a visit with her the special occasion you wish to .I Forest Hill 4 0 1.000 winter.

Palm Beach on Christmas Day. brother, Paul Staples, in Southern acknowledge, name and address of l Riviera Beach 4 0 1.000 Friendliness is Florida's greatest -

Mrs. and Mrs. Elmer Smith of Pines, North, Carolina.Mr. person or persons to receive greet- Pahokee 3 0 1.000 attraction" the governor said

St. Cloud are guests, this week, of and Mrs. Marvin Vande ing, to the Heart Association of i I I Seacrest, 3:1 ,750Stuart in talks over radio and televisions "

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fisher on grift spent Chrimas.V it a Palm Beach and Martin COUntieS"1,, .' ., .-,6&7 t1on "This year, to make our 1

Bacom Point Road. their son-in-law and daughter, 324 South 'Olive I Palm Beach 2 2 .500 visitors feel even more welcome,

Joe, Diana, Susan and Melinda I Mr. and Mrs. Robert McManus Palm Beach.. Be sure to include'1 Fort Pierce 1 2 .333 we'rs starting a new kind of club,
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Graham of Homestead are spend- and family in Miami. your name and address so a receipt -I Lake Worth 1 3 .250 the Florrida Greeters Club."

ing the holidays visiting relatives I Mr. and Mrs.. J. G,..Ford have as for tax exempt purposes may I Vero Beach O/ 3 .000 Those joining the club, according

and friends in Canal Point and I their holiday guests their son, Ray, be mailed to you.. I Belle Glade 0 4 .000 to the governor, will receive a

Pahokee. who attends Forest Lake Academynear Clewiston 0 4 .000 free Florida Greeters kit contain-

Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Jernigan of I Orlando, and their daughter Budget Hearings In ing a windshield sticker that says

Clewiston-and their daughter Mrs. Mary Ann, who is home from I I. "Welcome Visitor! Ask me! I'm an
For State
Ed Milton and children of Gaines- Southern Missionary College, Col- Making official Florida Greeter." The kit

ville were the guests. Christmas legedale Tennessee. f I Coffee Compliments al50; contains an official member-

Day of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Har- Boyd Vorhees has returned to 'TALLAHASSEE-Budget hearings -I Miss Sue Sheridan I ship card and a Florida Vacation

rington and family.Mr. his home after having been a pa- now underway before the Guide.

and Mrs. Dave Young spent tint at Everglades Memorial Hos- Cabinet and legislative ders, in- Mrs. I. Marshall Lair and Florida residents may join the

the Christmas weekend with their pital for several days. dicate some top state officials will daughter, Miss Bonnilu entertain. club by sending' their name and
son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Ralph Maxson drove to Talla- receive sizeable salary raises dur- address to Florida Greeters, Tal
ed at their home on East Main
Mrs. R. S. Bowe and family in St. I I hassee, last week, and was accompanied ing the coming biennium. Street, Pahokee, Sunday after lahassee.
Several which have
agencies
Augustine. home by his daughter,
noon, with a coffee in compliment'o .
Kenny McIntosh, who attends Marilyn Sue, who has been a submitted ,their budgets provided Miss Marilyn Sue Sheridan of
Talla- Florida State Univer- salary hikes for directors, execu-
Florida State University, freshman at
Canal Point whose marriage f
Sona Sherell Pitts
hassee, is the holiday guest of his sity, and whose wedding to FredT. tive secretaries, commissionersand Frederick T. Hickerson, Jr. took

mother, Mrs. H. M. McIntosh. Hickerson, Jr. took place on like positions. Other budgets place on Christmas Day. Weds J. H. Raineri, Jr.

Col. and Mrs. W. S. Evans expect Chhristmas Day. slated to come before the cabinet Guests, in addition to the col- -

to have as weekend guests, t Mrs. Wiley Tillis ,of Pahokeewas will no doubt continue the trend of lege friends of the honoree, were Mr. and Mrs. H L. Pitts of Pa-'

her brother-in-law and sister Major the guest of her brother and pushing salaries for top adminis- her mother, Mrs. Ralph Maxson, hokee announce the marriage of

Gen. and Mrs. R. P. Hollis, and family Mr. and Mrs. Lawrenc trators to .an .average. .' of about and 'the mother and sister of the their daughter Sona Sherell, to .. .

CoL George Price, all of Meirose; Jaudon in Wauchula Tuesday and X15,000 a yean groom-elect,,,Mrs. Fred Hickerson, John Hugo Raineri, Jr., son of Mr. {;,

and Gen. ,And Mrs. Pierre Mallett Wednesday of last week. ;-f. ''_' .Increasesi'P -Have been' requested [Sk, and/Mrk Charles'Jernigan.A and Mrs. J. Hugo Raineri, Sr., also ,.
of Asheville, N. C. who plan to remain Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeauxwere (or esIdent'John "Allen fcf the Christmas motif,, was used in of Pahokee> on December 12. (

for aten day visit. guests of relatives in Fort University of South Florida: President:; Florida decorating and approximately* 25 The young couple are making .r '

Col. and''-Mrs. W. S. Evans returned Lauderdale, last Sunday. \ Atlantic University, I guests called during the afternoon.A their. home in Fort Myers where ,of
'h me Wednesday after Mrs. Frank} Tillis returned to Kenneth Williams and off-campus is employed at the
gift was presented to Miss Sheridan the groom
spendinghe: Christmas weekend I.her home in Pahokee, Tuesday, Institute of Continuing Studies by the hostesses. Howard Johnson Restaurant. I
with their son-in-law and daughter after visiting for several days head Myron Blee. I

Dr. and Mrs. Frank Handleyand ,with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jaudon I The three members of the Railroad -

family in Sebring. They were tin Wauchula. I and Public Utilities Commission l 11

accompanied home by their grandson I Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Holt visited Jerry Carter, Wilbur King 1
Gray, who will be their houseguest : and Ed Mason have asked for in-
friends in Hialeah, last Sunday.Mrs.
through the holidays. I creases. Other proposed hikes in- No DownThe
Money
W. L. Duncan returned to
Mrs. Jessie Stowers of WestPalm clude the Nuclear Commission director -
'I Naples Saturday after spending
Beach was the guest of her'I here- I Hotel and Restaurant Commission -
Thursday and Friday at her I
sister, Mrs. Annie Merle Carter in home in Canal Point: Industrial Commission Internal I House of Your ChoiceOn
Pahokee. I chairman director of the

Louis Mims of Belize, British Johnny Smith arrived Wednes- Improvement Fund, State Auditor Your Lot

Honduras, has Joined his wife and day from the University of Florida Purchasing Director and Motor I

Gainesville, and is visiting his Vehicle Commissioner. k
family at their home in Pahokee PLANS AVAILABLE
for the holidays.Mr parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Smith, By tradition, the cabinet doesn't

and.Mrs. Glenn Powell were during the holidays.Mr. submit pay raises, but leaves such I

the dinner guests on Christmas and Mrs. O. H. Sheppard action up to the legislator. I -
Action
Day of Dr. and Mrs. E. W. : have as their holiday guests, Fast

Brandes in Palm Beach. I their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. WAYNE SEARS HOME I

Airman 3-c Jimmy Maxwell and Mrs. Edwin DeLeon, who will Wayne Sears, who attends the I Call or See

who is stationed at Lincoln Air arrived Friday from Louisville, University of Mississippi at Oxford -

Force Base, Nebraska is spending Kentucky.Mr. is the holiday guest of his. HUNT REAL ESTATE: NOW ,
.A holiday leave with his parents, and Mrs. J. V.-Thomas, Jr. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Pope Sears.

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Maxwell in and daughter, Terri, spent SundayIn .aClASSIFIED PAHOKEE PHONE 924-7933; .
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Sue Sheridan Weds i" a and satin-she rose carried with an matching old-fashioned I veil\ .,



II I:; : News Of The::::Churches ] I Fred Hickerson, Jr.I!f I Belle Brenda bouquet Gloria Glade Smith Maxson of pink bridesmaids and, carnations.sister Linda of and the Rabin Misses bride Miss of I



.. The marriage of Miss MarilynSue who was junior bridesmaid, wore
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Sheridan, daughter of Mr. and dresses identical to that of the

The Methodist Church I The Church Of God First Methodist Mrs. Ralph Maxson of Canal Point, maid of honor, and they carried

Canal Point, Etorida. DlEraphecx, EahokeeCanal Church, Eah kee. JL to.Frederick son..of..Mr.Thomas and;Mrs.Hickerson, Fred... -, *similar Tommy bouquets.Culberson of Pahokee

Point Road r Hickerson, Sr. of Pahokee, was served as best man for the .rim... .
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Robert A. Shelley, Pastor Rev. T. C. O'Steen solemnized in a double ring ceremony and the ushers were Francis Eric
John H. Kinard,
SUNDAY' : pastor SUNDAY: at the Canal Point Methodist"Church Boe and Jeff Barwick. '

10:00 a. m.-church School 11:00 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School 9:45 a. m.Church School : Christmas Day, December Mrs. Maxson, mother of the

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 7:45 a m.-Preaching Service 11:00 a. m.-Morning Warship! 25,*at 7 p. m. Rev. Max bride, chose a, pink beige sheath
6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship p. m.-EvangelistIc Service 6:45 p. m.MYF ,' :"**' Jones: offiCiated at the candlelight with matching1'accessories for her

7:30 p. m.-Evening .Worship" 8:00 p. m. Tuesday=Vi.B. 7:4(p. m.Evening Worship service ask the couple stood before daughter's' wedding and *she wore
f 8:00 m. Thursday-WJkTB.
MONDAY: p. TUESDAY: v ", an altar decorated with baskets of a white'orchid< corsage. Mrs. Hick
'3:15 m.-Youth Choir Everyone h-welcome/--Special music, "
TUESDAY,7 p. practice: and-singing. '- "TiCXFp. zn.-Vesper' Choir., practice white pompons' arid gladioli erson, mother of the groom, wore
-" against a background of palms an embossed. silk sheath of magenta -
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8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society r WEDNESDAY; and greenery.. with 'matching accessories.

1st[Tuesday2nd The Pahokee Church '7:45*p? m: Mid-week devotions: Miss Sharon Johnson, pianist, A white orchid corsage completedher

MONDAY: Of The 'Nazarene" 8:30., p.. m.-Senior1'4 Choir Practice played the traditional wedding : costume.
7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting -,"!:
WEDNESDAY: '' .:>' & 'o'*,,1 '? r- **y> ** marches and accompanied Miss The Misses Carolyn Maxson,
BettyJohnsOn, soloistrafe she sang' Joy Sims and Sharon Johnson,
7:30 p. m.-Prayer :Meeting Rev. Max D. Jones, Pastor
I 433 Bacom ''Point Rd. Out-Of-Town Folks "Whither Thou Goest" and the cousins of the bride, assisted at
"Wedding Prayer." the reception which was held in

First Baptist I SUNDAY Phone 924-7528 SERVICES P.:O. Box 882 Attend Funeral Given in marriage by her father, I I the social hall of the church following -

'- the bride was lovely in' a floor the ceremony. Miss Maxson
,Church PahokeeSUNDAY f 9:45 a. .-Sunday School
11:00 a. m.-Sunday.Worship Among those from out of town length gown of peau-de-soie which served the cake Miss Sims presided -

6:30 p. m,-Juniors who attended the funeral services originally had been the wedding at the punch bowl and Miss
7:00 m.-Sunday I of Mrs. Willola Parsons Friend in dress of her- aunt, Mrs. Terry Johnson had charge of the bride's
p. Evening
9:45-Sunday School.
Evangelistic Service Pahokee, last Friday, were Mr. Smith. The fitted bodice, sprinkled book. The refreshment table was

11:00-Morning Worship WEDNESDAY: and, Mrs. H. C. White, Savannah, with pearls, featured a portrait laid with a cloth of white lace and
6:15 Union "
-Training 7:30 Midweek Ga.;, Mrs. LaJenia Mitts, Enter- neckline, and the skirt of the gown, centered with an arrangement of
p. Prayer
7:30 -
-Evening WorshipWEDNESDAY "" .. meeting prise, Miss.; Will A. Parsons, fashioned with lace inserts, endedin pink sweetheart roses and fern.

"Where you are a stranger, but Knoxville, Terih.; Mr. and Mrs. F. a chapel train. Her, bouffantveil : The scene was lighted by white

7:30-Prayer.. Service. once." H. Poteete, Sr., Water Valley, of French illusion was attached tapers in silver candelabra.For .

Miss.; E. C. Moss, Meridian, Miss.; to a headpiece studded with traveling, the bride wore a

Canal Point Real Santa Mr. and Mrs. 'Bill' Cochrane, West seed pearls and she carried: a cascade three-piece pink suit and her corsage -
Plump
Palm Beach; Mrs. Stanley Coch bouquet of lilies of the valley was the white orchids from

Baptist Church Visits Chapter PartyAn rane, Dade City; Mr.: and Mrs. Will and satin .streamers centered with her bouquet.
A. Nason West Palm three white orchids. '
Beach, and I Following a honeymoon on the
SUNDAY: : old fashioned southern Mr. and ,Mrs. J. P. Halbrook of Miss Bonnilu Lair, maid of hon- East Coast, the couple will makei

9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Christmas dinner party was held, Belle Glade. or, wore a gown of deep rose, fash- i their home in Miami where they

11:00 a. .-. Morning Worship, last! Thursday, at the home of Mrs.J. -- -.- --- ioned with a full skirt and a rose both plan to attend the Universityof

6:30 p. .-Training Union T. Boynton, on East Main o trimmed bustle. Her headpiece was I Miami.
! 7:30 p. m.-Evening, Worship DR. WATSON VISITSMr.
Street,' Pahokee, by members of
WEDNESDAY: and Mrs. R. H. Watson have
the Xi
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7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting had their ;INft7\.ft\tt'l\tlmfltf'\f! }Wf'tTI'ft'l\tIjf'\t' : !, '.f7\f' ;It\fft\fjf'\tifNf't'l\t'mf: :mflt\f "':,lfI'\"
Sigma Phi Sorority with their as holiday guests, their
husbands attending as guests. sons, Dr. H. Sasser Watson of

Church Of God, I sisters Gifts in were the exchanged chapter, with by secret husbands I with Delray the Beach U, S., and Forestry Hugh Service Watson,, Monday Cattle Sales

Barfield HighwayPahokee j also receiving gifts. W. S. Atlanta,> Georgia, who will remain .

(Bill) Plumer served as Santa through New Years Day.

Fla.J. Claus and distributed the presents Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market
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W. Hughes Minister from a decorated tree. George
which is owned and operated by more than 120
Phone 924-3736 Tucker, Jr., led the group in the
SUNDAY: singing of traditional Christmas INA'SBEAUTY Florida Cattlemen.You'll .

9:45 a. m.-Sunday School carols. SHOPCanal enjoy the excellent service receive here
111:00 a. m.-Morning Worship..:. :_Th.Ojse on the hostess committee I. you
7:30 p. m.-EvangelistIc Ser assisting Mrs. Boynton were Mrs.C. Point at this :Market We hake an effort at all times to give

viceTUESDAY S. Davis, chairman, Mrs. W.; S. PHONE 924-4S51 I an outstanding, service to buyer and seller. Give us

: Plumer. Mrs. Norman Kennedj' I No Appointment Necessary a trial. '
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service and Mrs. Pope Sears. I
THURSDAY: Tinting Shaping : : : : : : : : :

7:30 p.Service m.Youth for Christ I Lewis Friends Have SALES, EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m. _
Bleaching Cutting
Holiday Guests

St. Peter's Lutheran Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cold Waves t Glades, Livestock Market -

Church Belle Glade Lewis Friend are their daughter, $10.00 and ,
Miss Cyndy, who is,home from the ,up, ASSOCIATIONOn
University of Florida, and their'I All Prices Reasonable
August Koerber, Pastor son-in-law and Pahokee-Belle, Glade Road
daughter, Mr. and
SUNDAY 601 W.:Lake Rd., Belle Glade. I Mrs. Richard Korbly of St. Peters- Charlene Kimbrell Phone \WY 6-3028 George Young, Manager
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burg. Additional guests of the
Divine Services 11 A. M. Experienced ,Operator I
Friends on Wednesday were Mr. I 1

Sehool 9:45 A..: -M.. and Mrs. E. E. Bishop of West I } W9fV9&...........,;&..&.!.&. W.J'-..-I1..VJ. -1..V.Ji. ilMr Mi l\l.iJLWlYJI; LV LUi lW

Palm Beach; Mr. and ''Mrs. Jimmy ,-- ----.--. .- -- .. ..,- '
Holy Nativity ", Bishop University of 'Tennessee .
Dental I ,School Memphis and Mr. .
Episcopal Church
.. Mrs. Jerry B.; Jackson and son,
Pahokee Jerry, Jr., of Murphysboro, Tenn. GUARANTEED SAFETY
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Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar I Each individual account is insured up to

SUNDAY: Cantata At. The FO I .Pi, $10,000-a man and wife investment team
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,*10 a. m.-Sunday School ', 1 NazarenChurch"Emmanuel may insure their savings up to $30,000- .

.(',';11:00, a. m.-Worship Service I. ; '.'-n. ." r 4. ,. -.' through the Federal Savings and Loan Insur- .
.1-: -..- Forever," a Christmas J ,t ance Corporation an,,agency of the Federal ,,

Canal Point First cantata, 'awns presented by. the : Government'j' ,
choir of Ce Pahokee'Church of j jthe" : SAFETY '
Church ; ;
Baptist. Nazarene, under,the 'direciion..I? ,. ; PROFITABLE INVESTMENT

Elder R7 E.-Barfield of Mrs. Max Jones, \\ .: ,' Our current dividend rate is &/ % per annum :

SUNDAY: pastor, in the church sanctuary': -the highest rate of return consistent with

10:00 a. m.-Sunday School Sunday morning.: A play, "Christ-J: AND safety. Semi-annually the earnings of our association -
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mas in the Cobbler's
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Shop, was
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship ": are distributed; to savers.
given by the young people of the
7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. :
8:00 p. m.-EVening Worship church at the evening service. |: NEVER A LOSS OF PRINCIPAL
Mr. and Mrs.
WEDNESDAY: Billy R. Mosley':
7:30 were hosts at the annual Christmas Your dollars placed in our savings accounts
m.-Midweek
Prayer
p.
Service party for the youth of the PROFIT I never shift with market bears or bulls-

2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: church which was held at their I your.funds are always worth 100 cents on the

7:30 p. .-Ladies Auxiliary home on ,Bacom Point Road. The dollar. No funds have ever been lost in a

Meeting. children brought gifts to the party | savings account insured by the FSLIC.EVERGLADES ,
,-- -- for distribution to the underpriv-

: St. Mary's Catholic I leged. rI ,,' 111111 111111111 : 111111111

> ChurchFather I HOME FROM JACKSONVILLEMr. '
: and Mrs. O. R. Bleech returned FEDERAL
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Francis Fennech Pastor Wednesday from a holiday
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Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m. visit with his brother-in-law and' : Savings; And Loan AssociationACCOUNTS
t!\ Confessions before Mass sister Rev. and Mrs. C. P. Parker -
[. and family in Jacksonville. En- : INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP.

Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. route they visited their son and I -
40 S. W.'AVENIIE BBELLE: GLADE PHONE
, Wiley Tillis were her ,brother, daughter-ia-law, Dr. and Mrs. WY620677'
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' Wallace Jaudon and daughter. David Bleech and family in Okee-
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W Glades .Area Receives- Heart Fund Cash I Mrs. Jones Celebrates CHRISTMAS GUESTS MISSISSIPPI VISITORSMr.

a... Eightieth BirthdayMrs. I The Christmas Day guests of and Mrs. Thomas Elliott,
I I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McCall and former residents of Pahokee, returned -

C. B. Jones who is celebrating !I family were her parents, Mr. and to their home in Greenwood I
the eightieth' anniversary Mrs. Dewey Thompkins of Moore Miss. yesterday after visit-
: of her birthday today will have I I Haven; her brother-in-law and ing their son and daughter-in-law, t
most of her children and grand- Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Michels Mr. and Mrs. Elliott and (
sister Larry
t f ... ....... .,...... children with her at a family I II
: :<:.y/''"$-.h..y" re-I I and daughter, Debbie, of Gaines- baby in Pahokee. They all spent
iL'ft'::TtttitLli i.i't4Nh J :. : union dinner tonight which is ville and her brother Giles Christmas Day in Orlando where 1
,OJ'- CltxrisvrY f first one. held since 1946. ;, Thompkins who is a student at I they visited Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
!. Those expected to attend are Mr. Palm Beach Junior College. I Elliott, Jr. and family. I
:....n u f $elt't 1 :4 ..... and Mrs. J. W. Jones and three I I t
La' y4 -.'. ...,. ...' children Albemarle, N. C.; Capt. .
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.... .4....... ffo--.w.t. .> children, Redstone Arsenal Huntsville -
Ala.; Mr. and :Mrs. David W. THEATRES
Jones and three sons Gainesville;
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones and I
three sons Clewiston, and Alton PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN J JI
a. Jones of Canal Point. Mr. and Mrs. I Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road ,
Len Jones of the Gorgia Experi- -
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; ment Station Griffin, Geprgia, are
the only'Ones unable to attend. sUNT>AYtONDAYTUESDASUNDAY MONDAY -TUESO>
DECEMBER SO-31-JAN. 1
I DECEMBER 30-31-JAN.
LOUISIANA VISITORS "FOLLOW THAT
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Lt. Commander and Mrs. E. E. The Spiral I Road DREAM"
At a recent Hospital Auxiliary t 1 i Heart Clinic at Good Samaritan
and of New
meeting check for $2,500, froin Hospital. Stanley daughters ELVIS PRESLEY
the Heart Association of Palm I Besides the grants to the Heart Iberia, 'La. arrived Sunday and ROCK HUDSON BURL IVES (IN COLOR)
Beach and Martin Counties, was Clinic, the Heart Association of are visiting his mother, Mrs. Dor- GENA ROWLANDS AND .AlSO--
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presented to the Belle Glade Me- !i[ Palm Beach and Martin Counties, othy Stanley in Pahokee, and her GEOFFREY KEEN "War Hunt"
morial Hospital. helps to support five research pro parents, Mr. and Mrs G. T. Echolsin

Pictured above, left to right I jects science fair and science seminar Canal Point, this week. I .a !.. .> t .>-K< MI ri"i"8VK. -H-+-M-. M-S-8-M y.} t { ! I I I''Iy ''
are: Herman L. Close Chairman Visiting Chief Pro-Tern Se-
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ers, hospital administrator; Mrs. Hospitals, Visiting Nurses
Guy P. Wood, Glades Heart Representatives Association Palm Beach Crippled
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Dr. John Grady, mem- Cflildren's Society. Also programsin
ber of the Heart Association Boardof closed chest cardiac resuscitation '
controlled diet, care and rehabilitation -
Directors and William J. War-
of cardiac and stroke 1g
lick, executive director
Heart Association patient and programs for various
also helps to support the 1 1 I, civic organizations and schools. Phone 5' Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade

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Yuletide. 'Party At MIAMI VISITORS I SALES and SERVICE
Mr.. and Mrs. Lou Lombard and
.. Hatton HomeA daughters of Miami spent the i i I Heating: Air Conditioning Appliances

weekend in Canal Point with her t
Christmas held Mr. and :Mrs. J. H. Miller, -
party was at parents *> &&, !yt&; & >wl>w i.M&iW..l: .I.Y..IiAM i ii.\l.ii.\l.liWiiy..li V..II1'WW: : V..II1.\l.I:1.M.IIMljiY..lii.\l.&JWll: : >wW..l, i J.i,1.\l.I .
the home of Miss Carol Mae Hat- and were accompanied home by ,
ton on East Main Street, Tuesday i Mrs. Miller who is their guest _____ _r ._. _____ ._ .__ ___ ___ __
afternoon. Guests enjoying the I there, this week.
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get-together were Misses Dottie
Lair Linda Wilson, Jann Plumer, Mrs. J. G. Thomas Jr. returnedto

Pam Boe, Connie Singletary, Ver- her home in Pahokee, Sunday, ., .
lon Jones, Carmen Tonarely, Tina after spending six weeks in New Ii ''. ..
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