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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: February 12, 1965
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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12, 1965 T'PUBLISHED, WEEKLY CANAL POINT By PAUL RARDIN '. '
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Around The (GladesBy 1 r Pahokee PTA Host l TO LEAD REVIVAL !Assistant Quits The Engineer CountyCounty Public Invited To


Area Six Hear Hal Hunter
( Paul Rardin) GroupsThe Commissioners this week ,,.. '

received the resignation of Tom -- ;.
Officials of the Glades Sugar Pahokee Parent.Teacher McCarthy assistant county engineer Next Monday night at the Canal
House had beautified East SugarHouse Association at the February meet effective March 1.. Point Lions club Rev. Hal Hunter,
Road with a planting of ing in the high school auditorium :'County Engineer) George Frost pastor of the Northwood Baptist
handsome Palm Trees and they with President. C. Lane presiding I said he hated to lose McCarthy and church in West Pain Beach, will
were gelling off to a flee_start voted to recommend to the indicated the county's pay scale speak and his message will center
when the freeze hit ,a couple of Palm Beach County Board of I II might have been the reason for around the need and possibilities 1
weeks ago. From on-sight Inspection Public Instruction that any prop' McCarty quitting. of building a new Baptist .Junior '
it looks like several of them I erty adjoining the high school The board authorized Frost to College in Palm Beach Gardens in
may be killed.A little bit of greenis campus on the north and east be replace McCarthy; undertake a West Palm Beach. t' ,
peeping out of the tops of a few 'purchased for school purposes, if salary survey and to employ three It Is necessary that a sum of
and they may make it. t I end when such property becomes additional people in the engineering more than a million dollars Je'
available. I department to help out with raised in order to take advantageof j

\ Speaking of the freeze again _I I It was announced the Pahokee > traffic surveys on a year around an offer made by John D. Mac. 1
the poinsettias at Pau} Rardin PTA will be host at a conference y schedule and to conduct field Inspections Arthur in which he has donated
Park took another beating duringthe of PTA organizations in Glades for the $ million road 200 acres of highly valuable land
cold spell a few weeks back. I Area Six of the County Councilto program and construction of a new for the college site. Rev. Hunter

It is beginning to iook like it will be held In Pahokee Tuesday airport terminal. will discuss the complete' set-up,
,be impossible, to grow poinsettias night, Feb. 23. Also announcedThe and all its ramifications.

in that particular vpot. This is the I Palm Beach Junior College Funeral Services Rev. Hunter Is n former pastor
umpteenth time that frost and Players will present George Ber. RE 3EN IVILLIAMSMethodists of the first Baptist Church in PA; :

freeze have devastated plant I nard Shaw's play "Androcles and _.. _.. hokee and many folks from there
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ings. j the Lions." in the Pahokee High Ruth Inez McAfeeMrs. will probably want to ,hear him.
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Saturday night officials said "
School auditorium Plan Lions club yesterday
A welcome sight in the Belle March 27 under the sponsorship of that the meeting will be open to 'i
Glade area is the working equip I the County Council of PTA. The Ruth Liez McAfee, age 67, the public at 7:30: and a cordial in \
ment on Airport Road (Ice Plant program at the March PTA meet- i Revival Feb. 1825I of Belle Glade died Wednesday, vitation is extended to one and all '
Road) and the speed with which : Ing will feature a concert b"y the Feb. 3 at Glade General Hospital, to attend.
things are being done. The crew Pahokee High School Band. I Canal Point Methodists I II Belle Gladl. 3ne has been a resident .- ,-
has been on the third of a million I Kyle Scott, program chairman, I revival are of the Glades since 1939 com : I
for to
planning a meeting I 24-Hour Course In
dollar improvement only a few introduced Mrs. Barbara Pope of be held at the Methodist Church ing from GlMvvood, Georgli.: She :
has been Mduiit! of'B-llc Slide
Pahokee juvenile and domestic relations a
days and already ,things are pop j I February J1S'. to ,25, according to ] ,
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counselor and fqr the past sushi And, wa emembervotthe
worker and years
Modern Math. :
ping. From the start that has been i .
Mike Orwdlancm"ofBelle*-' Glse 4> the r+ a6o? /{eY,.'J4tr\u"Baugheix]j;I FfrV MlwhvjaryBaptist / ,, ....
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made---with hick in the weather-: | Rev. Ben' Williams, 'who led artvival'here 0
Belle Glade.
Chun of
JuvnUe-'t- lelor, for the Glades
the four laned curb and gutter job : last will be backin I
should be completed ahead of time. area of Palm Beach County, who year She was survived ,by 3 sons: Thirty-five adults enrolled for
the local and the
pulpit tli'g-
The new road from SRI5 over to I (Continued on page 8) I Harris T., Be'Je Glade; Julian the first ,classroom session in the ,
ing will be under the direction of
of i David, Jack-iwhv'lle! ;, James Herbert 24-hour course in "Modern 'Math
SR715 at Chosen for a distance
I Carter Berkeley, who also was Cocoa Fla. I 3 Daughters;
; ematics" Tuesday night. The
more than a mile will be a duplicate I "
Heart Sunday Set here last year.Schedule Mrs. Evelyn McDanlel: Clenwucd,
of Avenue E in Belle Glade. I course is being taught ,by Lee
of the show
I meetings Georgia, Mrs. Do. thy He:ring, Kahle, instructor of mathematics
It's going to be a much needed and '
that the service will start each
Clewlston, Fla. anJ1 fl. Jean
gladly welcomed piece of new and For Glades AreaMrs. at Pahokee High School, in eight
evening at 7:30 p. m. and a cordial Davis, Belle Glade with whom three-hour classes each Tuesday
modem contraction. I had the
invitation is extended to all
she made her home. One brother,
night in the high school auditoriumfor
pleasure of planning and
appropriating
residents ,attend.Johnston .
to
the money for the Job. Joe Tom Boy tou. Heart .. W. D. Ussery oUnwood, Georgia!; eight consecutive weeks.
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I Sunday Chairman for Pahokee for Four Sisters; MM Willie Pearl Any adult interested In the subject -
I the second year, announces there I Woodward, Macon, GMrjfU' ; Mrs. I especially parents desiring to '
A new fence has been construct Quits
I will be a coffee at her home this I Rachael Day, Almo, Georgia, Mrs. keep abeast of their children In the
school betweenthe ,
ed at Canal Point .
Monday afternoon at 1:30 for all I Naomi Johnson, GlenwojoVGMJgia.and new techniques of computation,
playground and US 141 the I Heart Sunday volunteers from Pa Lilienthal Named Mrs. Lola Carter, Pahokee, still may join the cla. at the next
road to Pahokee. It is a beautiful
held
Point Mrs. D. L. Funeral Services were
hokee and Canal meeting in the high school auditorium
! piece of construction work and I I Hooks Is Heart Sunday Chairman 10:00: a. m. Saturday sA the Weth- Tuesday, February 16. Registration -
I will prove its worth in keeping from Canal Point for second year. Henry Lilienthal, assistant coun- erington Funeral Home Chapel, will ,be before the startof
youngsters off the highway. Also attending will be Rupert ty attorney, this week was named Pahokee with. Elder Sidney Me- the class at 7:30: p. m. The only
I Mock, chairman of Pshokee's n'IN* to head up a new county legal Leod officiating aril Intermentwas charge Is $3 registration fee.
I had the pleasure th1a week of iness Drive, and the volunteers department ,His appointment as at Port Mayac Cemetery :
visiting the new offices recently assisting with this drive. county attorney came after a two- Pallbearers were: J. It. Miller, W,
completed at Glades Sugar House. Dr. F. H. Poteete win give a hour administrative session. by the E. Cato, Bert Johns. Lester Vegetables Are
They are modern in every respect short talk on heart disease. county commission.The Holmes, E. L. Pope and Robert

Ii .,:'t and are located immediately ,east Miss Virginia! McVey, executive new arrangement will I find Norwood. Good '
I :.- -* of>' the other offices, There 1* a director of the Heart Associationof County Attorpey Harry Johnston, TO' .. Bringing $ $

+ ': roomodem boardroom with plenty of Palm Beach and Martin Counties who has rellgnedaa"of"arch 1, Otto Bleech Rotary ""
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; 4. '. .space ,for the,board of.directors to : will. be Introduced. extending his date of retirement .Following! the!freeze .a.-,;!ew,
r- d meet without( being cramped! General -'AH Heart =Sunday workers are until June 6 and continuing a*;An Pin Given Widow weeks ago vegetable prices :,are
k to Manager W. J.,Miller has a urged 'to' attend this "heart brief assistant to Lilienthal.LHlenthaJ's beginning to firm up ,and *today
: .1... handsome new office as does President ing." appointment was to 'The Pahokee Rotary club honored they are bringing prices profitableto
J, : ... George Wedgworth. Mrs. E. Other Heart Sunday chairmen January '1, I960. The new county the memory of Rotarian Otto growers. The are fly in the

A. Geiger, secretary, also Is located in the Glades area are: Mrs. Mark, attorney said he would keep Harry Bleach who passed away several! ointment Is that the supply! Is
in a beautiful new office. Challaodn In South Bay; Mrs., Johnston, Jr. as one of his assistants months ago, In a special ceremony scarcer, than It, ordinarily would ,
:) Several changes win be made John D. Heraphin of Lake Harbor; last Thursday when his widow, be at this time of year. Leafy
: when, the occupants of the new offices Mrs. L Nachman of Belle Glade. The commission engaged .in Mrs. Marion Bleach was presented crop. in the 'Belle Glade area are
move from the old offices, sharp debate prior to Lllenthal'sselection a 24-year Rotary service pin. At bringing fair prices.
.' thus giving a great deal of much for the post the 33th Anniversary program ,Corn-what there' i J. here and
... needed room to the other depart- Commissioner Edward Bandlow held in December Mrs. Bleach was on the east coast is bringing the
merits. ,Audio F. Hooks, Sr., suggested, hiring two attorney's- not present: to receive the pin season's top price of $4.00 per'
George Pink and Robert Rust when service pins for members crate. Beans are as scarce as hen's
'f' DOCTOR BUMPS DOCTOR. In Dies From Stroke Both Pink and Rust are active In with more than 15 years membership teeth in the Lake Region.
an unusual collision Sunday night the Republican party of which were presented. Celery Is being harvested In good i
t'r, on US441 in Canal Point. Dr. I Bandlow is also>> a member. Two In the ceremony Thursday Past amount and the price Is steady
Wilburn C. Young and Dr. Funeral services were held J other GOP 'members on ,the commission President Paul Rardin was In around $2.25 per crate. Pepper \.
William T. Gist collided when Dr.I I Tuesday in Clewlston for Audi F. E. F. Van Kessel and charge and presented tin 'only bringing from $%.7' to $3.25 per
Gist was making a turn onto the Hooks, 8r. who died following a George Warren-wouldn't acceptthe charter member of the club Lynn bushel
main highway off a side street. stroke on Sunday night Burial Bandlow proposal Shirley, who made the presentation a. .
Neither of the local doctors was I was in the Clewiston cemetery Instead Van Kessel asked that of the service pin to Mrs. SUNDAY VLSITOKfl
seriously hurt. ),fro Hooka was a former residentof the firm of Jones Adams, Payne Bleech. Mrs. Bleech was arcon- ')fro and Mrs. 'Bin Hobson and
Canal Point and Pahokee, be- and Foster be retained to do UH panled to the day's meeting by family of Lake'' Worth and her
W. S. Cross has returned to his I I ing a brother of D. L. Hooks of county's legal work replacing the Mrs. L. I* Shirley. President Mike mother, Mrs. Ida Swann, of Butler?,
home from Everglades Memorial. Canal Point. Other local -survivors Johnston-Llllenthal combo wnn Sander told Mrs., Bleech what a Ala. and Aunt Mrs. Crack Gore:

_ ';..;;", Hospital and taken to Good Samaritan include a sUter-in-law, Mrs. W. L have headed up the countyV legal dedicated Rotarian Bleach had of West Palm Beach spent Sunday,,
'';:. in West Palm Beach for I Boatwright of Pahokee and Mn.EL staff for more than 25 yean been and how much the members In Pahokee visiting friends and relit.)
further treatment O. Winch of Pahokee a sister. (Continued 'on Page IJ'war-I I I.miss him at the meetings. stives. ..

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Page Two ,. ...:_ The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33458 .. .
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DEATII OF ;
'? Sorority Completes Bankers'lit Public Mr. and Mrs. li K WllsoA returned
ho e'-
to their Thursday,
> ;PlariWdr! Dance February 4, from BainKrtdge: Ga.,
Meet
I Relations w'pre' they were cahedMSy the
i, Member of' the' B.!aH Omicron death of her aunt, lira. Coy Don-

[Chapter' ;:: BetsXslgma1 Phi Sorority ORtANDO-The Florida Bank ley. Enroute home they visited

; at'the regular m' tine at the Association"'will stage Its first their daughter, Miss Linda Wilson,

}home of Mrs:' B th Eir&e!
J day nig1it completed plans for here at the'Cherry Plaze, Hotel Ga., and their sonin-law and
tlielr: participation! In" the Beta onVeFrliafy\ '16 and !?, accord-, daughter, Mr. and 3!. B. Elliott,

Sigma Phi VaUntine"*fiance" tile ing t& Publfiity Chahmin J. I. ,n Tallahassee. .....
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Elks Club Saturday night, Feb. 13: Hendersonvibe president; Citizens y. ,
The Beta Omicron group will be in Itfatlonal Bank Orlando. Mr. Hen Isok'icoises Trained
charge of the refreshments"at the derson stated that tilt conferencehas
The Rardln Biiililiif i In t SanaliPoiiify FloridaTHE dance. a theme of 'Progress, Profit, For World's Fair
special birthday card was and puttier Relations' and will attract -
LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OFf prepared' for mailing-: overseas to about 400 bankers and' !their mAMI-se-: ;; ijt' ai n;', 06

m EW&fcAMSfftf$ .Mrs J!Fttithgirnmernnany!! a' former wives. E. G..Gearhart..vice presi! starred last.year .at JJia FJorlda
member of the chapter, who is: dent First National Bank, Miami, Exhibit of the New York.. '

Savlng-thi: 'La10Ue: &ho fib Fahhlrig rfegUn WltnouV presently rekfafrilg! w\th tier f amiliy Is general1:chalrmkrf! D/U ;even}5' Fair are In training,at 'tI& Miami|
I Iii Labs whhe'heV-husband, is Top speakers at the'conferencewill Seaquarium preparing to wow
Interruption Every Week for 40 Years employed by ,the Air Asia Com- be Archie K. Davis and Orrin next summer's Fairy crowds with

Established March U, 1924 ,- Published Every Friday pany, with operations in Southeastern H. Swayze. Davis Is chairman of feats like leaping'' 10 feet In the
Subs ptle1n'I rice: $2.OO Year In Advance' 'Asia.l : Intltided'lathe birth the board: of* the Waelio ',Bank air and, taking a cigarette from

day card were the signatures of and' Trust'' Company} of WinstonSalem the Jips' of their director.
The Everglad News Is Entered at the Post OffIce
In-,CaMI Point, Florida; as Second Class Matter all members of the chapter and a North Carolina, and is.vice They keep In excellentstiapa By
:: personal note to Mrs. Zimmerman president of" the American\ Bankers eating about 25: pounds of mullet
Paul Rardln Owner; Editor; Publisher from each. Msocl Uon. Swayze is executive and herring a day.

It was announced there are stilla vice president of the First I The Sea Schools and Underwriter
few of the Beta Omicron Cook National Bank of Jackson, Miss, I University of the Seaquariuna Is,

: : Bfere.Isttfal t>Z ran: spired'At''Monday'sMieetiHkOFTh Books for sale, available to the and past president of' the Financial i the, ultimate as a methodactingand
public through'any member of the Public' Relations Association; i charm school for porpoiseswith
:1 ( : P liit''Bferfclf I chapter. The President's Panel on "Man theatrical ambitions. A ,fan -

i President Rita Faye Hooks Introduced agement Planning for Public Rela 0113 graduate Is Flipper, porpoise
County CommissionCounty as guest speaker Mrs. tions" will have nationally known star ot' the movies ,and television.
! Kathryn Cunningham, a member I' experts in that field to answer The1, porpoises who are keep-
.. of XI Alpha MIL whose program- questions by the conference mem Ing trim fpr their second appearance -

Commissioner heard this county was supposed to pay 90 topic was "Expression." at, the New York World's
It was announced Mrs: Carolyn bers.Panel moderator will be' M.. G. Include ,. Skyrocket..
Week the'way has been.'cleared for percent} of the cost. In further negotiations Fair jSmokey. ,
Jernigan will have the program, Nelson, president of the Commercial and Bumpy. Howard Jenkins ;
construction Frost said, the railroad i Happy
rih
of a 'ct s1i1g offer "
"Let's Match Wits, at the next ,
Bank Panama City and first be* general manager
'. offered to split the estimated $23- will: again
the Florida' EastvCoastRailfoadvatMfoer 000 job on a 50-50 basis-a some- meeting of Beat Omicron at the vice president'the Florida Bank I : of the show, with Bruce
RoaoEltginee I home of Mrs. Betty McCoy, I
Association. director and'producer..
what unusual offer since the county ers Brown as. ,
Georgfe'Frost, reportedthat usually bears most of the financial Feb, 18. Panel members will be: J. Carlisle The porpoises Incidentally: ',
when'9r1g111 1 negotiations burden for crossings.In Rogers, president of the First won't have to swim to the Florida
were started with the FEC, the other road actions, the com- WMU Circles Held National Bank, Leesburg who Exhibit.. They will fly, lying ,on a'

mission: MeetingsThe ; will talk on "Community' Rela- i special foam rubber couch with !an,
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tions"; Tully Dunlap, president' of attendant to bathe their'silken
Authorized the engineer to set
the Riverside Bank, Miami, whose skins.
Classified Ads tentative speed limits for Lake WMU circles of the Paho subject is "Staff and Shareholder .i.'...e
Ida Road and So. Av .,
Congress Church met
kee First Baptist Relations"; Godfrey Smith, pres-
pending completion traffic Mackey Airlines
a Tuesday for' their regular monthly ident of the Capital City First

POSmVEtY classifieds) as alf\ you wan'ads wish to call or ,survey Instructed on the Engineer two routn.Frost'' to meeting and in place of the National Bank, Tallahassee, who" Passerige: Ihcfe aSr!3 3FORT'
will talk "Customer Relations.
them, are payable( 'in'advance"from' negotiate with Cleary'' Brothers program; began the study of the on
Clinics will
his day forward.,Don't phone 'em. Construction Co.; for Improvement : mission study book "Winds Of and departmental LAUDERDAlsMac: -
Write It and dro dollar bill In'' of'Cleary Road; cost to be shared Change." The Betty Mills circle, cover business development, radio key Airlines was 'one of the leaders -
the 'envelop .It yod"] want it'ruV 'equally by the firm and th' met at the home of'' Mrs. M. P.Stanley television and'newspaper add among'U. S> scheduled7alrUnes'in
once $2 If' you1" want It run twice county. f : at 9:30': a. m. for a sandwich vertlslng, publicity, staff selling, percentage of passenger increase
and and officer calls. There'also will be in 1964*.
so on.iVUATS Voted to release piece of county luncheon'meeUnf1n order to
the in meeting displays of products and services "Mickey's Increase wait 64.5.
:property on First St., to the complete study one
iNT1IILAT'1'1: that youdon't CIty'of West Palm Beach in return : The book was taught by Mrs.: from America's i foremost banking .:oer.. cent", reports: Charles:.Ru ,d,.
need A $1.00 classified ad promotion and advertising firms.. airline's "Our
for some land'the' county needs J. w: Brown the sales manager; :
column will find .
ntlthls probably
Moon circle met at traffic in 1963rtotaled 123o4$: In1
you'a sale. Just wi-te.youc ad, enlose for, right of way purposes near the The Lottie
'l a dollar and we'll do;the rest. new airport terminal. 3:00: p. m,art :home of Mrs. W. 'Infant Son Dies 1964,, we' Jumped to,2@41.{ "
Tb'e- Everglades s''News Canal Point. Approved construction of side A. Stevens>a with Mrs. Joe,_Thompson )lackey, bean opeVatloii' in"1933with :
} W. P. Beach Hospital ''
Fla. walks tot NWt 20th ,Street' In'Boca teaching the study: book. The one: scheduled'rou'te'; between'Fort
Raton at an estimated cost of two night, circles, the Faye Taylor 'Mathon llauderdale': ''Nassau, T hatyeas'
,SEPTIC TANK' PUMPING AND $8,500 when the street Is im- and Grace Jernigan met togetherat Harold : YeomansJ; Jr.. *, >pie, airline carried:total'of
,REPAIR Service. in Clfwlston; proved. the home of DIr Ralph Crews 3 day olds .on>>{ Mr. aKl 'Mn:: 15,633: passengers. ? ,
South Bay, Belle Glade, Pahokeeand Authorized 'survey of' Stale at 800'p: ;: in*. with'M r Grace Graham Harold Yeomans'of Pahoke*. rf;'ed ,The airline Is nqwh"e: leadingU. !
Canal Point Serving the Road 707, near Jupiter and the teaching'one.half'of the book Monday night February 8 at Good S. scheduled carried the Bahama
'Glades for 20 years' Phone' 924 Jupiter Inlet Colony to clear up with plans to complete the study Samaritan Hospital. Besides h3 : Islands"as': ( seKrices'' ,.th&'
5626.; H.. L. Pitts old-Belle Glade land titles; at a later date.,.. : parents he is survivedy'his Maternal area's' major"resorts'froni Frldi'cities.
,road. St. Oct. 16ch.tt7238V J Grandparents, Mr." and Mrs. .

,nO O FrtilIv I Iy.Je .. ATIEN Illi L+ETINd': W. L., Paige and his PaternalGrandparents The exception's1. Increase1 Ids pas
eDAIxsiD' Sh'ettiSaiv CeSt4tion y j PhilathVa.GlassMet Installation of. the officers of Mr.'. and' Mrs. senger"i *traffic Was;rei> rtedJY Jue
4d p1 '
Belle GftflrEaXerVstaf'Nfij. 197 Charles Yeomans_ all of Pahokee. 'to the" inirodactloh 'ene!' addition'o '
: c" nail'i Point of Cal'l'92. Cliurcli
At The ,
: 9' :946S'I,12Otfe v was held Saturday night Feb.;* 6. graveside' services" were held Freeport; Grand B&bim&J In,
Attending the lervcei"from the Wednesday at 3:00 p. m., at Port land.1 to' MackeyV schedule.
FOR SALE New and Used'Willys Members of the 'Philathea Sunday Pahokee'Eastern Staff wefe'' Mrs Mayaca;Cemetery with Rev. Laurence .-.. ,
( Jeeps.!' Walter! AJhtet..Dara"'l School 'class'or the First Baptist Jessie Barnes, chairman of the Stewart, Pastor of'the'Canal : '
in Belle Glade1; Phonr 63058.: Church held their regular bus- Saatern'Star,Magazine for district Point. Baptist Church officiating, Johnny SpenceWiif

Oct:1-d4-ch.: (ness1 me t1ng" at the church on 18; Mrs Ruth Meredith, grand"rep- Wftherington Funeral Home, Pa Speak February 24

'I February 4 at 7:00 p. m. follow- resentatlve, from Missouri;; Mrs: ,hokee In charge: of)arrang menb.
WANTED ed buUauti:;BstunrteTf contractor* to'reens>' ed1 by a sandwich supper. Host A'dallne Wroten, Mrs.: Jennie MerClnstry .4. Johnny SpenCe wlll be speakingin
i eases'were : C. A. Batchelornd
Mrs
: Mrs Eunice Hugh, Tourism'Boost,Is Canal Point Baptist Church onWednesday '
to. Dtisei'by7.dVnlm1tlng.p.
.damage Ltftky
Staff Mrsi: W. H. Kemp. The meet.
'Ranch c ;.p:1 w1US" devotional Worthy. Mat ion and Dewey Planned North February 24, at1 7:45
opened' For
Box 355 Canal Point' F12pdflncome g was Hughes. ,: p: m. Mr. Spence, at the age of IT,
Alderman .
Mrs.' I'G. ;
r, 1 ,jy was one of the youngest prof es-
i Mrs. T.: J. Youngbloopreto, JACKSONVILLE' EXin.
VISI'tORS'Mrs. MIAMI --- stimulus for lf iW'golfers In'America:!"He sold
r i dentpresided at the business H. H" Herring" 1 ad' as her Florida tourism Is being stirred by .h.1S1i e'to"the price of sin to enter
:eC ,lvfuJ l P. ac: Ck meeting' at which time :Mrs.' :Maxine "guests, her son and daughterinlaw 84 powerful new broaside which the chambers'of death At thee ser
Joyce wai appolntW' publicity Mr.. has been circulated '
: and Mrs. IL J. Herring throughoutthe vice he will speak of his MRe'turafrom
:, Bookkeing lAnd' chairman. Theie were IS members and'family of Jacksonville! Thurs- key metropolitan areas of the Dead". All the entire
present. The next meetingwill( be dajr February 4: While here they Chicago and Detroit. community' Is Invited to hear' this _
Tax+ Service March 4, at the)'church with Mrs. attneded funeral services for Mrs. Delta Air Lines, in, cooperation man who has given his'life to touch
\ ---- A. E. Morgan and Mrs Thelmon Inez McAfee of Belle Glade and a with Hertz Rent A Car. has' produced young peotile.PRINCE.

r 1850 E:: 11tA1n St.Pehokee Rayburn hostesses. .. -- former Pahokee.. .resident. : foldout' a full-color, tabloid-size
newspaper supplement
. Mr. and :Mrs. Rupert Mock and LAKELAND DEATH showing Florida fishing,
_.. golfing, w' I" I i"\LII IJlI\J.\/"'UFlLI'.VTHEATRE
I Phone 9Xi7962OFFICE family had as guests this past Mrs. C. B. Davis was called to boating and tother.cd 1J. Distribution I
J weekend their son-in-law and Lakeland Saturday, Jan. 30, by the I of 4J800.000; copies'' of' the
t IN REAR' daughter Mr."and Mrs. David W. death of her brother Charles Earl supplement was accomplished by

."'.+ OF HOME' Ramey of Cocoa. Beard, $r. Services were held at Including' them: in the regular
---.--- I Jenson Funeral Home In Lakeland copies of six'n 9lr"l apeis..

; Monday, February 1. Mr. Beard'is Delta's million dollar Florida PAHOKEE, FLA.

survived' by his wife, Eva Love, winter advertising campaign. one

r and five children. of the most sweeping the air- ; SUNDAY, MONDAY TUESDAY
INCOME TAX .
.a. line's history, also embraces newspapers FEBRUARY 14-15-18
I VISIT TIlE GRAHAMS television radio, billboardsand
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or small). I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Graham hue magazines. "SPENCER'SMOUNTAIN"
Preparation., Individual, and business (large .
Including Capital Gains Carry-backs. Installment Sales :, as their guests Mrs. Lucile Mc-
.. and Retirement Income. Based< on latest reports compiled Clendon of Talladega, Ala., Miss HOME FROM HOSPITAL
/' by leading tax authorities. Lois Carson of Miami Lee Graham, Mrs. Kyle Scott has returned to HENRY FONDA AND
Mr. and Mrs. Theron Bunnaman of her home' and resumed her duties

S ., ,' ,J:, Louie: Carter Orlando, and Mr, and Mrs. Otto as a fourth grade teacher follow MAUREEN O-HARA

Graham Sr., of Waukegan, HI. ing several days Illness at which (IN COLOR) "
"59 Years In The Palm Beaches" time she was a patient at GoodSamaritan -
'-12180. Dixie Highway W.PJJ. Ph.932-5669 CLASSIFIED ADS pAy Hospital In West Palm,

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Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33438




I PERSONAL: : r:NEWS NOTESRev. 1 Horse Prizes Club At FairThe Wins 1ll: \\mntllf\1'IIl\Tf The'1 l\flll Management\flflmlf1 Recommends"SPENCER'S lf': ,!7\ljf\IIfl\m Highly\IIIlfIUIIIllltll UI1LUIIIIL>





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and Lawrence Stewart hadas Mrs. Richard K. Ames and i Muck Rats horse club com-

their overnight guest this week, I Richard, Jr., and Ramon, return-I peted at the South Florida F'air

her father, E. C. Odom of Dad 'ed home Saturday after and Exposition, January 29, and
two weeks in Richmond, Va., I came home with Alfred Meeks

City.Mrs. where they were the guests of her winning Grand champion in halt- MOUNTAIN"

M. C. Carter plans to spend parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard er class; Leigh Cross first p'.ace

this weekend with friends In Largo :Jacob. showmanship 13-16 age group;
(IN COLOR)
and other west coast towns. I Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Tillls has ai Laura Sue Boynton 10.13 show

their guests this week her brother manship; others competing were Fonda and
and
Gray Handley, tn of Dr. Starring Henry I
has and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Sharon Simonds, Alice Johnson,
Mrs. Frank G. Handley returned
Wallace Jaudon of Tampa. and Cathy Britton. < ,- ,
to his home In 3ebringr fol- ""' Maureen O'Hara :
Mrs J. L. Butler of Jacksonville,
lowing a brief visit with his Saturday 30, Palm Beach County

grandparents, CoL and Mrs. W. S. Is the guest of ,her brotherinlawand Junior Sheriff Posse, held a fun
slater Mr. and Mrs. W. A. day open to 4-H and posse mem-
Evans: He was accompanied home PRINCE THEATRESunday
to Stevens. bers. Glades area member n competing _
by his grandmother who plans
Mrs E. B. Gamble has returnedto were, in Boot race, Sharon
remain for several days.
her home following several Simonds first: Virginia Waddell; Tuesday
Monday
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Latham were weeks visit with her father, M. L. Clover Leaf 13-under LaUra Sue ,

the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cobb, in Robellne, La, Boynton Second; Clover Leaf 13-18 February 14,15,16As

Audie Hooks, ''Jr., in Clewiston. Bruce Sears, son of Dr. and Mrs. Alice Johnson third: Clover Leaf

Charles Sears, of Fort Pierce had 19-over Virginia Waddell Third. Fine Family Entertainment
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rardin spent
an emergency appendectomy last Hair Pin Race Virginia Waddell,
this past weekend In Tampa where Friday morning at Ft., Pierce Memorial third: Quarter Horse ability 13-
attended the Florida State
they Hospital. under, Sharon Simonds third q vf 4i y8jjt

Fair.F.. Mrs. Anna Leslie of Miami visit- Poney Express, Virginia! Wad-

ed Mrs. Marion Brock and Mr. and dell, third. a
F. Burr has returned to his Made Mrs. John
home following a two week stayin Mrs. II. H. Sears in Port Mayaca At the South Florida Horse More Plans Reynolds

Doctors Hospital,. Miami." last week. Show Circuit second point show For Valentine DanceXI Honored At CoffeeMrs.
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Alfred Meeks received fourth

Laverne ,Humphries is a patient Wedding Party At place in stallion halter claaa. Beta Tau sorority membersmet John Wayne Reynolds of
at Veterans Hospital In Miami. The show
attended P. C.
was by
of Mrs. Lois Lake Worth former
at the home the Miss
Mrs. L. J. Fraser has returned W. D. Howard HomeMiss Meeks and son, Mr. and Mrs. Ray ,White Thursday. F'eb. 4, to com- Ayliffe :Mueller, daughter of Mr.

to her home following,a visit with Waddell and family, Mr. and Mrs. plete arrangements for the com- and Mrs. Frank W. Mueller, Pa-

her mother-in-law, Mrs. Julia Alice Elaine Hurt and Don- Gene? Jackson and daughter, 'Mt sLeigh ing Beta Sigma Phi Valentine hokee, was honored with a coffee at

Fraser in Clearwater.Mrs. ald Thompson will be guests of Cross, Miss Mary Lou Raul- dance.. Mrs. White gave a dance the home of Mrs. C. D. Hlne in

hon at the home of Mr. 'and MM. erson and Jerry Nehls. committee report and announced !I Clewiston, Saturday morning, Feb.

W. S. Cross and Mrs. Nellie W. D. Howard Sat. night, Feb. Officers of the Mustang? and that Mrs. Clark Wilkinson will

Reuter have returned to their 13, at 7:30: p. m. following their Muck Rats horse clubs will attend crown the new queen. 6.Mrs.. Reynolds was presented witha

homes following a stay at the wedding rehearsal at the Pahokee the Florida State' Fair in Tampato Tentative plans were made for corsage of pale! yellow thistle
Cross home in West Palm Beach. First Methodist Church. Other attend the American Quarter
: the group accompanied by their down mums by the hostess. At-
will wedding Horse show. They will be accompanied -
guests be members of the -
husbands to attend one of the plays tending from Pahokee was the honoree's -
Mr. Williams and
and Mrs. John
by Mrs. Mel Penny an'I
of Orlando the week-I I party. at the Royal Poinclanna Playhousein mother, Mrs. Frank W. .
family were Mrs. Wadf'tll.Kathleen .
The wedding will be an event of Ray March. Mueller, Mrs. Eward R. Reynolds

Mrs.end guests J. E. Williams.of his parents, Mr. and Sunday, Feb. 14, at 3 p., m. at the ... 11 The nominating committee was Mrs. Phillip Thielen, Mrs. J. K.

First Methodist Church. Mrs. Howard I I I elected to select officers fQr the Bethea, Miss Joan Reynolds, Miss

Mr .and Mrs. Harry Brooks will direct the ceremony. A reception Wilson ToWed I I new year with Mrs. June Parker Gall Reeves and Miss Andrea Fun-

Elarbee plan to leave this weekendfor will follow' the service in Wayne BrowningMr. acting as chairman and Mrs. Mari- derburke. Belle Glade guests at-

Atlanta, Ga., on a business the fellowship hall.' No invitations lynn Poteete and Mrs. Marion tending were Mrs. Lamar Hlllyer

trip.' .; have been issued, but all friendsof and Mrs. James Houston Hatton members of the committee.Mrs. and Mrs. Jesse R. Sides.
the couple are invited to attend. Wilkinson
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chairman presented the program
Pahokee the
announce engagement -
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Lions Hear Chuck I I and approaching marriageof entitled" '"Schedlle For The Lingerie Shower
Week. Mrs. Norma Aldridge,
their daughter, Kathleen, to For Alice E. HurtMiss
Stevenson, Auto RacerChuch I Wayne C. Browning son of Mr. president, presided at the business I

I and Mrs. Floyd Browning of Canal meeting. Alice Elaine Hurt, bride

Stevenson of Newport 1 Point elect of Donald ,
Thompson, was
Beach; Calif., Internationally.I I Miss Wilson graduated, from Pa Susan Weaver ToWed honored with a lingerie shower at

known automobile racer, wu'guest I' hokee High. School ''with the ;Class I Robert Chancy the home of Mrs. W. E. McKlnatry.4"

speaker at the Tuesday luncheon lot I 1960, and Is'also a\, graduate of 186 N. Elm Ave., Thursday, Feb. '
meeting of the Pahokee1 Lions: Jones Business College, Orlando.
| 4. Hostesses
I Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Weaver of with Mrs. McKinstry
Club. Introduced by Albert Gamot I I She Is presently employed in the
were Miss Joan McKInstry Miss
Lake Harbor the
Jr., the speaker, veteran of 18 I offices' of Dr. Richard K. \rncs announce engagement '
of their daughter Susan Becky Mackey, Miss Kathy Wilson.
years in car racing, who was national -I'In Pahokee.
Miss Brenda Unwin, Mrs. Ellis Hall.
Elizabeth to Robert William <:\ n-
driving champion and win I Mr. Browning also attended Pa-,
Mrs. Ron TerHaar Gerald
'* of Belle Glade. Mrs.
SSSli tf T ner of the Annual Mexican Road hokee High School, following cey
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< I Mr. Chancy, Who is associated Phillips, Gamot,
Race In 1952, told of some of his which he served for four yearsIn Mrs.
with Thomas Construction Sonny Young.
mmSeeffie racing experiences, including eight the U. S. Ar' Force. He Is now I Chancy The honoree witha
was presented
Company, is the son of Mr. and
attempts to win the Indianapolis employed at the USDA Sugar
corsage of red carnations and 'a
Mrs. W. M. Chancy of Belle Glide.
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500". Cane Field Station in Canal Point
Miss Weaver Is gradual of gift of personal lingerie. The refreshment
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His best record tn the "500" to Plans are being made for a
Belle Glade High School and until table was laid with a
1 date Is sixth place, but he told the March 19th wedding at the First white
lace cloth over red and cent-
: recently was a student at Jackson
Lions he hopes to better,that record Methodist Church In Pahokee.
I .. Memorial Hospital School of Nurs- ered with a floral arrangement of
in the Memorial Day racing
ing, Miami. red roses. The Valentine theme was
classic next May. He is currently I CAKE AND COFFEEThe
A March wedding is planned. carried out in the small white
touring the country as a speaker Church Choir of Pahokee I .
squares of cake which were cent-
C I under the sponsorship of Champion -I First Baptist Church enjoyed cake, GOES TO KANSASMrs. .1 ered with a red heart
Spark Plug Co. coffee at the home of Mr. and Mrs. oI
.. George Ramey left this .
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Visitors were Belle Glade LionR. Claude Shirley 1531 Bacon Point
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weekend for Spring Hill, Kan- v
i E. (Trouble) Hotard. 1,. M. Road, Sunday night following,regular sas past where she plans to remain for Mrs. Arch Blakey has returned *,.
L. M.- Buckley of West Palm church services. Refresh I to her home following a two week'
several weeks due to the illness of
Beach Beach and Glenn Bennett of ments were served by Mrs. Lee visit with her mother, Mrs. Nellie ,'f'
Mr. Ram mother, Mrs. Martha
Pahokee. Wroten and Mrs. Lee Shirley. ) Naylor, in Arrapaho, Oklahoma.., .-
Ramey.

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Pahokee, :Fla The XI Alpha Mu Chapter ,,

A. L. Stone, Minister Beta Sigma Phi met Thursday
f \ / / Phone 924-7368 4, In the home of
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SUNDAY: H s.onnaf T1er with Mrs. La-

JIoly Nativity t \1t j i tmt ;&t \,ry's Catholic 1 1Q.bgtC -.tP't4 0..a.I. 'mrMp m.u n ya4chclA1 Worship .' 'vlnla Parker and Mrs. Grace Max-*

Episcopal'Church \tmllPt\ : --1:30.P.vicerilESDAYi m.= Vangel1 l 3er- eon, as Kennedy co-hostesses., In charge Mrs.of Catherine 'the

PahokeeRev.
r I Ij:. Father}Francis li ennech,PPastor program, Introduced Mrs. Kay
L. Leasing, Vicar I SUNDAY: unday11:30; a. m. 7::39 tp.vjn.Prayer Service, Latham, representative of Florida
SUNDAY: 945a.,m.-Sunday School Qon er ions before Mass THURSDAY: Power and Light, as guest speak
10 a. m.-Sunday School 11:00; ',a. m.-Morning Worship_ m :,730p. m.-Touth ,for"* Christ er and Paul Collier, representative \\
11:00 a. m.-Worship Service ,6;;30,p.;,m.-B. 1'. C. Pa Church Service, of the local office. 1\
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hokee
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TUESDAYS: : Of The Nazarene "Lighting Ideas :for Modern
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Methodist
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,Church PahokeeJohn WEDNESDAY: Rev. ,Wlllard Kllpatridc Canal Pxoii\t, Florida ments on the color slides being
m.-Midweek 433 Bacom Point Rd.
7:30 p. Prayer shown by Mr. Collier.
Service. Phone 924-7528 P. O., Sox 882 James,W.Baugher, Pastor Following the program, presi
A. Brtley, Pastor' THURSDAY:-Every other week SUNDAY SERVICES: SUNDAY: dent Evelyn Lair called the business ,
'SUNDAY"' : 7:30 ,p. m.-Ladies AuxiliaryMeeting I 9:45 &. m.-Sunday School 945' a.,pi.-Sunday School. meeting to order. It was,announced -
9:45 a. m.-Church School ... 11:00 ,a. .m.-Sunday Worship ,11Q0'a.; ..jn.Mornlng Worship that Mrs. Lair and Mrs.
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
:.b' 6:30 p.,m.--Juniors 6QO IP. ,pre-Evening; WorshipniESDAY Kathryn Cunningham will attend
6:45 7:45 p. m.-MYP' Glades Baptist Church 7:00'p. .-Sunday Evening' the Beta Sigma Phi area luncheon.
p. m.-Evening Worship
A 'EvangelUtic Service 8:90p., ,m.Woman's Society February 13, at West Palm Beach.
.CUESDAY:
!\ I L..Wolf WEDNESDAY: 1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY Thomas reported on
3 7:00 p. mr-Vesper Choir prac (Rev Jonathan ) Mrs. Sarah
ticsWEDNESDAY Meets In Pahokee Lions. Club 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer : the meeting held at the Belle'Glade
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Building. meeting. 7:30 p. m.-Praver Meeting Chamber of Commerce con-
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are a stranger
.. 7:45 p. m.-Midweek devotions SUNDAY SCHOOL:. a. m. you **, cerning the road safety along the.
PREACHING::00 a. ,m. and once... Taylor Circle Met canals.A .

8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir practice 7:30 p. rn. At Stewart HomeThe nominating committee :for
SUNDAY B Y. F.6:30: p. m. St. Peter's Lutheran next year's slate of officers: was

.,. b. WED. PRAYER.-. ..7:3Q. p. m. Church ,Belle,Glade Alberta Taylor circle of the elected as follows, Mrs. Eva
chairman Mrs. Dorothy
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Canal Point Baptist church met al Spooner
\First Baptist Point and Mrs. Joan Tucker. At
Canal Hllller
August Koerber, Pastor the home of Mrs. Lawrence Stew
,Church, Pahokee Baptist Church 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade art, Monday night and voted to the close of the meeting. refresh-
SUNDAY: package health kits for their mission ments were served.Patterson
Gutbrie W. Colvard, Pastor LawrenceSteart, Pastor Divine Services 11 A. :M. work this month. In other -r.. -

SUNDAY: SUNDAY: School 9:45 A... M. business they discussed purchasing
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9:45: a. m.-Sunday School 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School "snack acts" for the church CircleIn
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Church Of Christ kitchen.
6:00: p. m.-Evening Worship 6:30: p. m.-Training Union .. ,.. March 2 has been chosen as the Monday MeetingThe
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6:45: p. m.-Training Union 7:30: p. m.Evening Worship 125 N. W. Avenue D date for the mission study on the
WEDNESDAY: WEDNESDAY: which lone Patterson circle met
Phone WY 6-3867 book "Winds of Change"
7:30: p. m.-Prayer Service 7:30: m.-Prayer Meeting Mrs. R. J. Max- at the Canal Point Baptist church
p. Belle Glade. Fla. will be taught by
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Feb. 8, with
SUNDAY SERVICES son, In the educational building Monday afternoon
The Church Of God South Side ChurchOf 10:00 a. .-Bible Study :from 6:30: till 9:30: p. m. The March Mrs. J. L. McCall circle chairman,
11:00 a. m.-Mornlng' Worship meeting will be held at the home presiding. 'Mrs. C. B. Jones pre-
Of PahokeeCanal ChristBelle
Prophecy
sented the "Application
7:30 p. nid-Evening Worship of Mrs. Charles Brown. program
Point Road, I WEDNESDAY .. of Christian Principals." Mrs. J. E.
Glade across from: 7:30: m.--Bible Study Mrs. Martha McIntosh and Miss Williams and Mrs. M. F. George
John II. KInard, pastor Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 p. Julia MathIs spent this past week gave the devotlonals.
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School .10.00: a. m.-Bible Study Mrs. Ollle Adams was the Sun. end as the guests of Mrs. Mcln The next meeting will be March:
'11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship flay guest of her daughter and tosh's daughter and family, Mr. 8 at the home of Mrs. Paul Rardin
7:45 p. Evangelistic Service 6:30 p. m.-Evening Service family' Mr. and Mrs. Steve Stevens and Mrs. Sidney Stubbs In Gaines. with Mrs. Alma Nail in charge of
7:30 m.-Wed. Bible Study
? 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. p. .. In Clewiston. ville.( the program.
8:00 p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. I ,.,'
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the close of the meeting refreshments : ( by
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were served In the :ren said :
spoke on the problems of juvenile school cafeteria by the hostess ; sel. I FARM BUREAU MEET The home of'Mr. and Mrs. Robert
delinquency in this,area and what I committee for the month. The Florida Farm Bureau Fed M. Mclntosh, 155 N. GreenstarAve.
parents, teachers and lawenforcing I _. .. Lytal said :I ration will hold its 1965 state convention ., was the scene 'of a dinner
officers can do to help solve AIRS. RAJID1N VISITS ton and in Clearwater. The announcement party Saturday night, Jan. 30,
on the was made in Gaines honoring Miss Alice Elaine Hurt
these problems. Following their
talks they answered questions Mrs. Paul Rardin left Thurs. for the many ville from the state-wide farm or and Donald Thompson. Assisting
from the audience. a visit with her mother, Mrs. W. O< with ganization's headquarters build Mr. and Mrs. McIntosh were Mr.
The monthly attendance awards Strickland in Glennville, Ga., and suit, and ing. Headquarters for the convention and Mrs. E. D. Sims, Jr. The couple
were won by Mrs. Judy Fowler's her brother Walter Strickland who missioner will be the Jack Tar Hotel was presented with a Kromex Lazy
First Grade group at the element is a patient in Orangeburg Gen agreed and the time will be the second or Susan, a gift from the hosts, following
ary school and by Reginald White- eral Hospital, Orangeburg, S. C. sioner third week in November. the dinner.Now. .

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protecting vegetables throughout rapidly. "" Phosdrin is available from your local insecticide !1.

Phosdrin makes it easy to avoid problems dealer under many well-known brand t. '.
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all season and close to harvest. It's gone from names, or as a product of Shell. In liquid or
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,: THE recommend have changed the role Complete control Is economical Shell Chemical] Company, Agricultural
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