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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: February 19, 1965
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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February 19, 1965 PUBLISHED ,WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN



CIRCULATING? THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTS

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Pahokee Girls On I : Mrs. Bleech Named
Feb. 24 Official Sweet Corn RulingOn
Around The GladesBy
Stetson Honor Roll Delegate To Meeting

( Paul Rardin) I Opening Of Inn Shucked Ears
Miss Jann Plumer and Miss Mrs. Otto R. Bleech was elected -
.. Yvonne Thompson were placed on'I' delegate to the Diocesan con-
Wonderful weather! I wist the Honor Roll for the fall semester The ribbon cutting ceremonies vention in Orlando, May 10-12 at Delray Beach sweet corn grower -
everybody could have this kind of at Stetson University, Deland, for the opening of the new HolidayInn 1' the February meeting- St. Mar- Lewis Rauth won a decisive
weather In their home bailiwicks To make the honor list students in Belle Glade has been set for I tha's Chapter, Episcopal Churchwomen : victory over the Sweet Com Ad-
Sunshine and good fishing-that's must be undergraduates who carrya Feb. 24 at 5 p. m., with Warren1 held at the home of the 'visory Committee in a meeting
what brings the Yankees to Flor- load of at least IS hours and Spahn one of the owners taking I president, Mrs. Daniel McCartonlast Tuesday when that group rendered
ida. earn no grade less than B. part. The local owners of the Inn, I I week. It ,was announced the a decision in his favor saying
Jann is the daughter of Mr. and Claude Jones Belle Glade Attorney Palm Beach Deanery meeting that he can pre-package shuckej
The new office manager at Ever- Mrs. William S. Plumer and Yvon-I and Milton Burry are planning Wednesday February 24, will be corn not under five Inches la
'glades Memorial Hospital is Othan ne.is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.I to help with ribboncutting.Guests :I attended by Mrs. Donald Harrington length. The meeting was held at '
Gilbert. Othan is a former resi- Joe E. Thompson.Vegetable. have been Invited to attend Mrs. Harold .Wilkinson and the Glades Office Building and<
dent of Fahokee and many years ------. I a dinner at 8:30: p. m., on the Mrs. McCarton. The March meeting drew a record number of Interest
ago was in the office of the Chev- day of the official opening. Mayor I of the chapter will be at the ed corn growers along with mem
rolet concern. Mrs C. E. Williams Prices LeBron Williams will also take home of Mrs. Norman Kennedy. ben of the Committee
is a daughter of Mr. Gilbert. He part in the ceremonies.The I ---.-. Although several members pith

recently came here from Carrol- Are Up Corn Scarce first social function to beheld Garden Club Meets committee originally propo bh. \
ton, Ga. at the new Holiday Inn will i change in grade standards
be the annual Heart Ball which I I George H. Wedgworthduced :i}1
Last week marked thirty years f Vegetable pricey up this will be held on the night of the At Federal RoomThe the motion that

that J. T. Platt has been connected I week but that fact doesn't do the'! dedication March. 27. grading of corn a\it ?@rmtthe the
with The Everglades News in shuck. vW :
Offerings -)
local growers a lot of good.
the mechanical department. That'i *Johnny Spence Will Pahokee Garden Club met Rauth argued fo grading
is at I
Corn
quoted
prod
a long time to be responsible for are scarce. at the Everglades Federal Com' In order to put his on the
turning out a newspaper once a $4.25 per crate but the supply is Speak February 24 munity room Tuesday morning I market so the entire length of the
week every week. Nearly a thirdof practically nil. Some is coming in t edible cob may be exhibited.
with Mrs. Don 1L Hllller president
a century.The Platte live in Pa- to local brokers from the east Johnny Spence will be speakingin I Prior to the meeting, certain
hokee and are natives of Perry la coast at this price. Canal Point iBapUat Church on presiding. A demonstration I I specifications were set out by'the-
Taylor county Florida.A I Wednesday, February 24, at 7:43 on airlayering plants was given advisory group. The only change
Cabbage is a/ little strongerthis p. m. Mr. Spence, at the Age of 17, by Mrs. Ruth Meredith. Mrs. L. W I made In the specifications was
new bridge across the Hills- week and offerings are bringing was one of the; youngest professional .Armstrong presented a programon I that the length of the husked corn
borough canal was opened in Belle $1.7? per bushel but there golfers in America. lIe sold "Or hlftland demonstrated be five Instead of four.'h Inches.
Glade this week. The location, des. isn't much cabbage. Pepper is his life to the price of sin to enter separating and repoting orchid I Although many of the experienced -
ignated by the City Commission of bringing from $3.00 to $3.25 Cel- the chambers of death. At the service plants. '. ; growers left the meeting,
j. that-cltyrls at FJfth( Street in fron eryrfa.steady at 92.001 to $2,25 he will speak"'pf hl.,"Return Members have been, Invited, by shaking their heads, Rauth, who
. of the high school. Cost of the with the demand good. from the Dead". All the entire the Palm Beach Garden club to is now In his second year as a
bridge was well over $100,000.00 Glades area farmers have been community is invited to hear this hear Charles Mohr speak on sweet corn producer, was confident -
and contract was let by the State busy for three weeks planting man who has given his life to touch I Thursday, February 25 at the So- his plans for packaging, shipping
Road Department. I had the idea corn and they have about finished young people. ciety of Four Arts building in and marketing the commodity
for the bridge across the canal I for the spring crop. When all the Palm Beach. Mrs. Martha McIntosh would'prove a boom to the
several years ago and had the I corn comes in at one time that Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kennedy has been named membership industry.
pleasure of appropriating the mon I has been planted recently the have as their guests, his cousins chairman and persons interested in .
ey for the project while on the growers can expect an oversupplyand Mr. and Mrs. Milo Patrick of' joining the Garden Club are asked
county commission.. I a price drop. Leicester, N. T. I to call her for information.the First Baptist Is


20 County AgentsIn Building SS Rooms
Annual
Installation Order Eastern Star .

Glades TuesdayTwenty The First Baptist Church In Ca.

nal Point on Canal Street will
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county agent. and home Held With Past Grand Matron Officiating:, have' four new modern Sunday
demonstration agents attended a School rooms when construction "Is
planning session at the Glades Of completed. The building is a mod-
flee Building Tuesday. The 'meet i ern concrete block constructed
ing was presided over by Dr. If. I Mrs. Freda McEwen of the West Taylor, past matron Belle Glade junior past matron,. Mrs. bulldinaand sets a few feet away
O. Watkins, director of the University Palm Beach Chapter 41. Order of Chapter 197. Hughes, with a past matron's from the frame-stucco; church
of Florida Extension Her: Eastern Star past grand matron Presiding at the< opening of the Jewel H., C. Graham presented to which has served the- congregation
vice. F. S. Perry and K. S. McMul- and grand secretary of the Florida meeting before the installationwere junior past patron Perry Size- for many years.
Dr. more a worthy patron's jewel Process of construction has been
Gainesville
len of accompanied
served as the retiring worthy matron
OES Grand Chapters
Watkins Mrs. Graham presented gifts and slow through the past severalmonths
..:t :' I Fred Montsdeoca of Glades grand installing officer at the an- and worthy patron, Mrs. Eunice .pink rosebud corsages to the Installing with donated labor. The "
'& County and Mrs., May 0. Ntonr'l rmal installation of new officers t>f. Hcfties and Perry SIzemore. Grand ',officers, and other gifts lot had to be cleared of .big ey'f
who are working on projects deal Pahokee OES Chapter IS4 held-mI officers introduced, in addition to were exchanged among members.A press tree .before'work cpuld be '
:J Ing with the Indians also took I I the Masonic Temple Friday night Mrs. McEwen and, Mrs. Robinson, program, entitled "Bicycle started and th.-!was and"almost .
: part in the day-long meeting. Officers inducted were Mrs. were Mrs. Ruth Meredith Pahokee Built for Two" was given as a endless. task; However, perseverance -
i The host county was represented Grace Graham worthy matron; H. Chapter 184, grand representativefrom courtesy to the new worthy ma- prevailed and finally the lot
by M. U. Mounts, Palm Beach C. Graham worthy patron; Mrs. Missouri, and Mrs. Alice tron by her officers under the di- was cleared of trees and rubbish
County Agent and Mary Todd, Bernice Sheppard. 'associate mi Hause, Palm Beach Chapter 41, rection of"Mrs. 'Jennie McKlnstry. ready for construction.
Home Demonstration Agent. tron; H.. A. FunderburkJ associate grand representative from South An arm bouquet of pink rosebudswas .
-. patron; Mrs. Jennie McKJnstry, Carolina. Also introduced were presented to Mm. Graham by Camera Club Has
r ATTEND WEDDING secretary; Mrs. Jessie Barnes, Mrs. Madge Taylor,, Belle Glade Mrs. McKinstry on behalf of the .
Among the many out of towa treasurer; Mrs. Marie Hughes, Chapter 197 member of the library officers. Officer Election
l'' guests attending the February 14 conductress; Mr Mary Young. committee for District 18; Mrs. The new,worthy matron, .Ir. -
" wedding of Miss Alice Elaine Hurt associate conductress; Mrs. An- Jessie Barnes, Pahokee Chapter Graham chose shades of pink asher The Pahokee Junior High Camera .
\ and Donald Thompson were Mr. gelea Sears, chaplain; Mrs. BUM 184, chairman of OES magazine, colors while In office; pink Club held a meeting on Febru
P and Mrs. Harry Nye of Riviera Rodgers, marshal; Mrs. Beulah District 18; Arnold Hughes, worshipful roses, her flowers; "For God and ary 17 and saw an excellent film
Beach; Mr. and Mrs. John Nye George, organist Mrs. Georgia master of Everglades Others", her motto; and "For me about a family who decided to
and sons Sean and Jimmy of Frick, Adah; Mrs. Mabel Young, Lodge 221. FftAM and others. to live is Christ and to die Is gain" take snapshots and discover a
West Palm Beach; Mr. and Mrs.I I Ruth; Mrs. Velma ,Hall, Esther; The new worthy matron was (Philippians 1:21): ), her Scripture new, happier life taking snapshotsof
Ted Keller and children Debbie: Mrs. Minnie Lee Belle, Martha: escorted to the ,East by her husband passage. people and interesting thing
and Jeff of Ft Lauderdale; Mrs.: Mrs Lillian Funderburk Elects; H. C Graham who as new Following the Mlspah benediction they could find.
Elizabeth Kendrick. :Ft Lauder', Mrs. Peggy Sizemore warder; and worthy patron war in turn, escorted at the close refreshmentswere The Camera Club also elected
dale; Mrs. May Belle Ray.' )Mrs. J. G. Weeks, sentinel. to the East by his niece, Mr. served by the new worthy officers which are as follows:
Genevieve Garrett and Michael'I Assisting Mrs. McEwen in the Virginia Breneman of Orlando, I matron assisted! by Mrs. Virginia 1 President, Juan Patino; Vice Prea-
Garrett, all of Miami; Miss Virginia installation were Grand Installing who sang This Is My Task." accompanied Lee Breneman and Mrs. Otto Gra dent,. Hank Tucker; Treasurer,
Tyner and Chat Clark both', Marshal Elsie Robinson of Clrwls- at the piano by Mr ham. Sr. She was also I in chargeof Beverly Wilkinson; Reporters,, 9th
; i of New Smyrna. Beach. I ton Sugarland Chapter 220, grand Graham's sister-in-law, Mrs., Otto the beautiful floral arrangements trade, Linda Woods; 8th grade,
a instructor of District 18; Grand Installing Graham. Sr., of Waukegan HI used in decorating the ball Carol Woods and 7th grade Lowell -
Mrs. Ellis Wilkinson is a patient Chaplain Judy Sapp, past Mrs. Eunice Hughes presented with her flowers, pink roses, accenting Gray. I
in Good Samaritan Hospital West matron Paholcee Chapter 184; and I I the worthy Matron's jewel to Mrs.. 1 the shades! of pink in the The next meeting of the Camera
Palm Beach I Grand Installing .Organist ,Madge Graham, who in turn, presented'I color, motif j Club will be held on March S. ) .
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Friday February 19, 1965
Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33138 _
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week Mr. and Mrs. % had
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Buttons And Bows He tot;. left a conference for Washington in\ the Bureau ofd t as Sunday guests, their daughter,

Take Fishing Trip Education Assistance Program. Mrs. Sybil Keyes and chiMren,
M \ The Florida Presbyterian Coir\ Drew and Andrea, anc\ Paul Kata

The. Buttons--r--and Bows group ; lege institute will operate from all of Miami. ---. ..

took their Hobo' lunch to a day June 21 to July 31. It teachers Is expected will I Mr. and'Mrat-Bobby Bush of Ft.
that 45 high school '
of fishing over 01the dike
j' were the overnight guestsof :
Myers
government ,
attend The federal
Saturday. Those joining their lead- attendance from I. his mother, Mrs. Arthur Buh,
ers, Mrs Bruce Sittings and,Mrs. grant anticipates
Saturday.
I1tI I states of North Carolina
'Y Elmer Maxson, were Kathy Max- the I II i,I
son, Julia Vanlandingham, Wanda I South -Carolina Georgia, Tennessee -
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( Alabama as I
Hitchcock, Diane Blackwell, Teryl Mississippi and
I )''Iv.I IV.IIV.'IIY..lIIY.lI! II"-VJIYJ! WJIIv lllli.II
Echols, Alice Valllere, Cindy Hew- well as Florida... --_
ell, Suzie Sittings, also Junior
Leader, Peggy Blttlngs. Enoughfish I APPRECIATION
The Rardin Building In Canal Point FloridaTHE was caught and frozen for a I The many expressions of sympathy PRINCE THEATRE
recent
fish fry at a later (date.Presbyterians : extended during our
LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF ---,I. .. sorrow at the loss of our brother, PAIIOKEE FLA.
I Audie L. Hooks, were a source of
THE EVERGLADES NEWS t Get
comfort to us and will always re-
$48,515 AllocationFlorida main a precious! memory, Our sincerest SUNDAY MONDAY, TUES.DAY
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without thanks to everyone. I FEBRUARY 21-22-23

Interruption Every Week for 40 Years Presbyterian College Mr. and Mrs E. O. Winch '

Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday was informed today that the Department and family. I "GOODBYECHARLIE"'
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance of Health Education and Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Hooks I

Welfare has allocated $48,815 to and family. I
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office the St. Petersburg Institution for ..- DEBBIE, REYNOLDS"., TONY. .
In Canal Point, Florida as Second Class Matter
a summer institute for secondary TO ENTER HOSPITAL CURTIS'; & PAT BOONE

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher school teachers of reading. W. S. Cross of Canal Point will
(IN COLOR)
Dr. William G. Thomson, asso- enter Good Samaritan hospital in

ciate professor of classics, will West Palm Beach Monday where

Here Is What Transpired At Monday's head up the Institute in his posi- he will undergo heart surgery on
tion as. director'of summer school. Tuesday, I ;-t1! 41'.Y
.Meeting Of The Palm Beach ,

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I Palm wwwuw Beach County Commissioners Kessel said addition of another( .b.... t. t. :;

this week decided to add gate, making the complex a 10 t 'i.

another passenger gate to the new gate terminal, had been requestedby .:to J .. ... .. .__ .?.
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International County Commissioner Airport complex.E. F. Van of the airlines terminal.Which will operate out X::: Phone 9245511Pahokee Phone WY 62550Belle.Glade .. .

Van Kessel also told the board I
that airlines are due to come up $: SALES and SERVICE '

Classified Ads with the final requirements for V T
operating facilities by March 9, at <* Heating Air Conditioning Appliances ->

which time final planning can be I .."to
POSITIVELY all want ads or, t. A A s A a A A # A: A A: A: A: A: A: *: ., AVVV .
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classifieds, as you wish to call gin.The board also pondered the .yisV a*..:..aV1s>..:fsYV syS1VV.:.4MisMi sVts>4Yf sYI{S. arat:.syf.:.erasVa .'ys..SS,lsr s.s ,1sVlaVis, 1 r

them, are payable in advance from question of whether or not the _'_ _" _'__ ._. u_ __
his day forward. Don't phone 'em. terminal will be large enough.
Write it and drop a dollar bill in Some board members voiced the

the envelop if you want it run opinioned that it should be enlarged .. ,
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once., $2 if it
you want run twice now-not expanded later. Otiwi
and ao on.WHAT'S .
members' thought second floor

IN TIlE ATTIC that you loading into.planes would solve the
don't need? A $1.00 classified ad space problem.
n this column will probably find In other actions Monday the

you a sale. Just write your ad, en- board.
lose a dollar and we'll do the rest. Set its next meeting for February
The Everglades News, Canal Point. 23 at 9:30 a. m. to take ad- ;
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SEPTIC, TANK PUMPING AND day hbllday.
Voted to endorse a proposed
REPAIR Service in Clewlston,
legislative act which would give
South Bay, Belle Glade, Pahokee
and Canal Point. Serving the county commissions authority to
ordinances at local level rather
Glades for 20 years. Phone 924- pass
.' 6623 II. L. Pitts, old Belle Glade i than having to seek special acts
road. St. Oct. 16-chtr from the legislature every two
I years. I
: ROOM AND BOARD, Family I II Received an Invitation to attend -
Style Meals. Inquire Shell Service I a corner stone ceremony Feb-
Station, Canal Point or Call 92-1-1 28, for: a new fire station being L 1AJI2
: 7238 or 924-9403. N20tfc I I buHt by the Trail Park Volunteer = z ,

Fire Department. Commissioner
; FOR,SALE:'New and Us6d Willys
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Edward Bandlow will be the guest 4' L aM
Jeeps. Walter Ashley's GarageIn
Belle Glade. Phone 6.3053. speaker.
,, Oct. 17-54-ch Authorized Airport Director
I Frank Sakser to work with the
FOR SALE: Fat Black Angus beef I Federal Aviation Authority in cone _
40c per pound. Half or whole. I struction of a new control town ,4-- ( c' CE

100 to 500 pounds. You pick your for International Airport. 4 : 1$'
Own. L. P, Racklfty, phone 697- Gave the green light for fixingup
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'2491. Indlantown. M26p a new site for the 'West Palm\
Beach Chamber of Commerce bead
Armadillo
WANTED ,
'quarters. The 'county said needed
snakes, Opossom, Turtles, Toads "WALTZ
piling and other Improvements
write "Reptiles", P: O. Box 1662,
", are costs that should bechargedto :
I Ocala, Florida'Calvin .' right,.t>f 'way Accounts for 'THROUGH ;

j I .building a: new approach to":Flag WASHDAY NC rYOU'LL
) 'ler'Memorial
bridges
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Bookkeeping And Mr. and, Mrs. 'Curtis ,Russom SAVE :MONEY ,.ON 'CLOTHES 'WITJiI I
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plan to have '*a their i guest this
Income PaxService weekend their,son. Bonny,Russom
who has recently been advancedIn JilQml,1.J :EtEerR: : ; flDRYE'R;
1850 E. ,Main St. rank by,the USAF from airman : {!!
second class to airman first classat ,
Pahokee the Homestead AFB where he ,

is ;presently stationed. ,
: Phone t924.1962: -Everything cornea out sunshine-fresh. No 1:-? :r- : au: or fuel odors. ,}

OFFICE IN REAR CLASSIFIED ADS PAY ,And you save some 300 hours a .. .
year spent en Ivj... :? heavy ciothes-h$.akete ,
OF HOME v .UIVTDENDSINCOME to the backyard clothesline '** .
.not to jmenticn pln-\=k)3 and take-downs., : .

., .J I jAn electric dryer is cheaper to buy cheaper to use. And can be safely :-
a j installed "l ere er you want it. '
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d $25.00 fourteen months faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity. Bonds provide i' i
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$10,000 (cost $7,500.00). ,
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) Pare Four The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida 33438 .


St. Valentine's Day I wore livan,a mother pink suit of with the bridegroom matching, Mrs. AldridgeWas


1 1.i I PERSONAL NEWS NOTES I + Wedding At 3 o'ClocS-Solemnized the afternoon, l! mothers accessories.The bride's were The of parents corsages white were orchids.of hostsat both Crowned QueenMrs.


,. t I I St. Valentines; Day, Miss Alice the reception In the fellowship
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wilson have Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Brackin, in Elaine Hurt and Donald Carroll I hall of the church. Red carnaitons Norma Aldridge was crow-

as their guests, his mother and Eagle Lake. While there they also Thompson, both of Pahokee, were and white gladioli were used in ed 1965 Valentine Queen at Beta
father, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Norton,, I visited with Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh united In marriage In a candlelight carrying out the valentine motif Sigma Phi's 17th annual benefit
and his sister, Mrs. Lloyd Tanner, 'I I ceremony at the First Methodist in the decorations, and red fruit, Valentine Dance held in the ball
Mock and son Freddie, of Ludo-
of Albany, Ga. They will also visit Church In Pahokee, with Rev. shaped as miniature hearts were room of the Pahokee Elks Club
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wilson, Paho wlckl, Georgia, and Mr. and Mrs. John A. Briley, pastor, officiating.The frozen in the ice used to cool red Saturday night. The new queen,
kee and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilson -, Edward of Claxton, Georgia, who three tree candelabra bear- pvnch, which was made by Mrs. president of XI Beta Tau Chapterand

at South Bay. were the guests of Mrs. Mock's Ing white cathedral tapers, which Alyce Tyson and Mrs. Marilyn secretary of the sorority'a
Summerscale I sister, Mrs. Brackin. stood before a bank of potted : Poteete. City Council, was crowned by Mrs.
Arthur of

Arlington palms at the altar, were entwined I I Mrs. Beulah Boe was at the door Clark, Wilkinson\ the ,1964. queen.
Va., Is the guest of his sister-I Mrs. B. C. Sims has been the with sweetheart arrangements ,of for, the Introduction of guests. : The dance was a highlight of UM

in-law and brother-in-law, Mr. and: guest of her daughter and family roses mums and pompons, from Mrs. Bernice Simonson and Mrs. I i winter social season r.the Paho-
Mrs. R. H. Watson, for two weeks. Mr: and Mrs. James Deal In which flowed white. satin streamers. I I Marjorie Hatton served portionsof k kee-Canal Point area, more
while Mrs I I I than 200 attending the gala event.
'White satin bows marked the the wedding cake,
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Anderson had Statesboro, Ga., this week.
Mrs. Marilyn Po i Music for dancing was furnishedby
as guests.recently, her sister, Mrs. pews reserved, for relatives.The Alyce Tyson and
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Albritton of and bowls. Joe Sigmond's Orchestra of
at the
Lester Reynolds, and Mr. and Mr*. bride, daughter of Mr. teete poured punch
Martin Marks of Miami. St. Petersburg, are the guests this Mrs. Richard Fallln Hurt, 155: Miss Jo Ann McKinstry was at the West Palm Beach. Mrs. Dorothy
week of his sister and brother-Ill- Banyan Ave., Pahokee, graduatedfrom bride's book. Soft backgroundmusic Buckner and Mrs. Jill Pitts were
Mr. and Mrs. John Hundley 6f law, Mr. and Mrs. Bill McClenl- Pahokee High School In on the piano was played by co-chairmen In charge of general
Gainesville, spent this past week- than. 1962, and Is also a graduate of I Miss Tammy Branch. Others assisting -! arrangements, with each of the
end visiting their parents, Mr. and Florida College of Medical Tech- were Mrs. Janet Hall, Miss four chapters particlpaltng with
Mrs. Lloyd Hundley and Mr. and I Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Armstronghave nology, Miami. She is a memberof Yvonne Thompson, Miss Olga special services: Phi Gamma Nu,
Mrs.! Leland Keene. as their guests, his brotherJ. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, andIs I Sheffield, and Miss Willola Tyson. invitations and reservations; Beta
B. Armstrong of Fredericks- presently employed at the Po- Following the wedding trip, Mr. Omicron, refreshments; Xi Beta
Mrs. Lille Peterson and Mr. and burg, Ind., and his sister Mrs. coronation and
teete-Hatton Clinic. and Mrs. Thompson will be at their Tau, ceremony;
t Mrs. John Shuldps of Riviera Mary Boss of Salem Ind. The bridegroom is the son of home, 264 Annona Ave., Pahokee I XI Alpha Mu, decorations.
Beach were the guests of Mr .and I '
: Mrs. Juanita Sullivan, 420 Banyan after Feb. 18.BODBUSTERS. Beta Sigma Phi's City Council,
Mrs. Pauline Barrett Is a
Mrs. H. J. Anderson February patient I
Tuesday, .
in Everglades Memorial Hospital Ave.. Pahokee. After graduatingfrom sponsor of the dance, and members
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following a car accident at Pahokee High School' he attended MEETINGMrs. of I all four chapters wish to

I Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard which: time she suffered a broken The Citadel for three years Jimmy Shirley was hostess! express their appreciation and
were the Friday guests of her foot and received a' BS Degree from to the Sodbusters for their Tuesday thanks to those who helped in any
sister-In-law, Mrs. Bruce Smith, Arkansas A & M College, College I morning meeting, this week way to make the benefit dance an
In Ft. Pierce. W. S. Cross has returned to his Heights, Ark., In the, springof t with Mrs. Lee Shirley presiding outstanding success. :Proceeds go
\ home following a two week stay at 1961. fie is now a member of at the business meeting. The pro- into the Beta Sigma Phi Service
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wroten had as Good Samaritan Hospital In West the Pahokee High School faculty, gram "Small Flower Arrange- Project Hospital Fund.
1 'their guests Sunday, her mother Palm Beach. serving" as social studies teacher ments Made with Beads" was pre- .e.
'I and cousins, Mrs. Velva Baxter and>t. coach. sented by Mrs. Jimmy Shirley. The Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Friendof
and H. D. Fields and son, Denni- Mrs. Paul Rardin returned tc Mrs. Karen Corbin, organist, I March meeting will be held at the Wichita, Kans., and Mr. and
son Fields, of Naples. her home Tuesday night from a played traditional nuptial selections :,home of Mrs. Harold Wilkinson. Mrs. Rolley King of Wellington,
visit with her mother and other
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and accompanied Mrs. Hugh Monday
Mrs. Harold Elder and
daughter
relatives in Glennvllle, Ga.
returned to their home In Jack i H. Branch as she sang "EntreatMe Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McCall had homes, following a visit with Mr.

sonville, Sunday. They were accompanied I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Horton I Not 'to Leave Thee," "I Love I as weekend guests, Bobby and Friend's brother-in-law and sister,
home by her mother, I have as their guests, his, brother Thee"\\and "The Wedding Prayer." Martin Yawn and Ivan Smith all of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hundley and

Mrs., Arthur Bush, who plans to and family, Mr. and Mrs. John I Miss Rebecca Mackey as maid ) Hazeihurst, Ga. other relatives.
remain for a week's visit Horton and children Bob and Lindaof of honor wore a gown of red bridal >'
Summers Point, N. J. satin with lace jacket and match-
Miss Elinor Brackin and Steve ing nose veil. She carried a heart-
Brackin of Pahokee were the Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Rust of shaped valentine arrangement of

t+ weekend guests of their I parents, Pittsburgh, Penn., were the recent sweetheart roses and carnaitons. 18th ANNUAL CIRCLET RANCH
I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank I
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win. bridesmaid and Miss Karen

f Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rogers and: I Hooks, junior bridesmaid and niece H
daughter, June have as their of the bride, were fashioned identIcally I
guests, his sister and brotherinlaw to that of the maid of honor BODEDFEB.

I Mr.. and Mrs. Merrill Ride of and their flowers also were the
Sturgis Mich., and Mr and Mrs. same. The bridesmaids hats and

Rosco Winger also of Sturgis, I pearl ear bobs worn, by all three

.e.ClASSIFIED. attendants,Were,giftq from the
bride. '

IJ ADS PAY I Richard Fallin Hurt escorted his

BIG DIVIDENDSSCHOOL'S daughter to the altar and gave her
I In marriage. Her gown of Chantilly -
a 'lace over white satin 'featured
r a full-length skirt ending In a
chapel train. The fitted bodice was
J fashioned with scalloped neckline

outlined 'with tiny beads, princess
waistline' and tiny buttons down
the back, ai well as on the long

". OPEN I ,sleeves where they were polntd
below the wrists. Flowing from a

crown of,pearls was,the elbowlength -
x Sf veil of tulle. Her cascade of car '
f nations was centered with white 20 & 21 2:30: P.M.

,orchids.' ,
William D. Howard served as INDUNTOWN
Mr. Thompson'. best man. Chat

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of the bridegroom were ushers. FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 597.2101

4'y a Mrs,Hurt chose for her, daughter's ; General Admission 1.50 Children $1.00
&etIh:6vlollhld wedding a J uejinen 1U1t.,wI.th
white accessories, :while Mrs. Sul.

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Friday, 19. iCM The Everglades News, Canal Point Florid 3MM IMgeI !!' : ,


Indians Win Right


Land Compensation 9 n Your Pot ;

Mi.UII-Looks as though the
old gag of "Give the country back
to the Indians" might come true
4 in the future, according to a Read
er's Digest article.
Ever since the first white roan ,

set foot on Florida soil the Indians ,
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have been shunted to one side, had

1 1a 1f < their lands confiscated and have U.S. Bonds
Bu Savings
been forced to move into the
depths of the Everglades. Recently -

however, ar} Indian Claims
Commission set up by Congresshas
been Investigating the claims
of the Indians and where facts
..jTALLAHASSEE Justify have recommended resti

tution. g : R
Following a legal battle lasting
more than a decade, the Florida

Indians have won the right to _
compensation for the loss of their
forefathers' lands.
The story of the legal battle and
the presentation of the Indians'case Board Splits Vote Trade Conference

to the Claims Commission is Scheduled Pensacola r '

told in an article In the February Republicans Win '. :::
Issue of Reader's Digest entitled 'J
PENSACOLA R. L Pulley,
Governor Burns is he
Haydon pictured as "The Seminoles' Long Road to I'.
Gulf Power
Pensacola's
of
president
signed a proclamation declaring February as Florida Nurses ,
Ellen
Victory" Bill and
Association Roll Call written by It wasn't a unanimous decision Co., will be general chairmanof t
Month. With Governor Burns Is Miss of South Miami. -,
Enid Mathison, R.N., president of FNA. Roll Call is th. Hartley To win their case the Seminoles by the county commission but the Conference the Fourth Florida held World at the Trada San '

annual membership drive of the Florida Nurses Association employed a woman lawyer, Mrs. security force at International Carlos Hotel being, Pensacola Mar. 18 ,
during which contact will be made with all of the registered Effle Knowles, who spent the bet- Airport are now under the jurisdiction and 19. .
nurses in Florida urging them to become members of FNA ter part of a year gathering facts. of the sheriff's department Sponsored by the Florida State' ';
their statewide professional association affiliated with th* Mrs Knowles then proved the SemInoles The board split three to two or Chamber of Commerce and the

American Nurses Association. had been occupants of Florida a motion by Republican Edwair Florida Ports and Foreign Trade, ,1,
from first recorded history and Bandlow that control of the airport Council, theme of the meeting is 'I i ,1
for the program and pilot shipments when Spain sold Florida to the U deputies be given to the sheriffs "International Trade's Challenge r ..
SunFLAvor ,Seal
I were made to New York and S. in 1819, Article Six of the department with the count to Florida.. '
Chicago. treaty assured the Seminoles ol commission continuing to pay the I Floyd B. Bowen, president of I \
Gains Publicity Starting Jan. 13, the first ship "all the privileges, rights and immunities deputies salaries.He the Florida State Chamber of Com- :.(
ment of SunFlavor citrus1 will leave of the citizens of tha was supported by Republl merce and newly-appointed Stato : "

,' Ft. Pierce. United States". can Commissioners George Warren I Road Board Chairman, will preside '';I"( '
TAMPA-Florida's Commission "Promotion has already begun in The Commission ruled In favor and E. F' Van Kessel, with I during the conference. Bob .'!i

er of Agriculture Doyle Conner national magazines and trade papers of the Seminole claim and admit Democrats Chairman Lake Lyta Sikes, Florida Congressman, will ,
has been explaining the state's new ,"' Conner said. "Next comes ted the Indians had once owned the and Commissioner Wm. E. Wand be the Initial speaker. {.I
SunFlavor seal of quality to industrialists wide consumer advertising. We 32 million acres making up th'"!' Commissioner E. W. Weave Secretary of State Tom,Adams
during a tour of the state. plan to use color advertisement In State of Florida, and the Indiansare casting the dissenting votes. will address the conference duringthe
He staged meetings with the Industry women's magazines that will reach' entitled to Just payment. Th Bandlow also suggested the luncheon on Thursday, March
men In Jacksonville, Tamps 30 million readers. last estimate of the sum due the policies at the airport under which 18, and Commissioner of Agriculture -
, and Miami. A license from the Florida De. Indians mentioned $36 million, the the deputies would operate be set Doyle Conner will moderatea
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\ While the seal has been In the partment of Agriculture Is required largest settlement in the history by Frank Sakser, airport manage; panel on agricultural exports
research and planning stages for for use of the seal. All product of the Claims Commission. Sakser objected to the spirt responsibility ..., that same day _
some three years, Conner explained sold under the label must meet IT Some Indians want the money said he would cooper Other speakers will include Dr.

steady marketing of Florida's S. number one.grade. .. or better. but the off reservation resident ate in any way possible. If respoiislblllty Jay H. Cerf of the Chamber of w.ij
top quality produce under the seal who have made their homes In the is to be shifted, he salt Commerce of the United States, :.
will be under way within three John A. Dulany of Belle Glade Is Everglades and Oklahoma want' it should be lock, stock and barrel Daniel L. Goldy of the United 'I.,'
weeks In Good Samaritan Hospital in land on which to live In freedom, -and that's the way the commit Dept. of Commerce and Charles W. ..
Last spring new potatoes, watermelon West Palm Beach'where he underwent since oil is being pumped from the< I sion voted. Campbell' chairman of the*|[1orld and sweet corn qualified,I' eye surgery'recenUy. swamps and subdivisions an Owen Cassaway, base operator at Development Commission.. ** !,

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settlement has not beer 'a new lease by the county corn Florida State Fair'i'l..
made, according to the Reader'.. mission, lowering the rent Florid '\ .
Digest article, and it will be som Alrmotlve pays for use of county; Remains In Tampa I ,
time before all the Indian tribe facilities at the field. /'
are satisfied with the results. Gassaway said loss of a hanger TAMPA-Tampa has been assured -

at the Lantana field has cut down that it will continue to be .
his source of revenue, The commission the site of the Florida State Fair
a rl Four Circles MeetIn agreed and cut the rent from and rumors of the annual exhibition

Regular SessionsMembers $11,600 annually to $8,600. moving to another section of
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Th base operator, who is merging the state have been unfounded ',
I his firm with Floridian Avia State Commissioner of.'Agriculture ;
of the Pahokee First
tion, will continue to pay the county Doyle E. Conner spoke at the
-. :r Methodist WSCS circles were reminded -1 $100 per'month as set out in the I annual Governor's Day luncheonIn

of th coming "SpiritualDay Floridian lease with the county.. place of Gov. Haydon Burns, ;,
Apart" to be held in Lake w. who couldn't make it because of

Worth on February 23, and the Many Attend Dinner Illneu. Conner, who Is chairman
Annual district meeting on March of the Agricultural Fair and Livestock -
sc.csE 18 in West Palm Beach. The Sim Honor Sam Senter Committee, which has the )
oRIOn Lair circle met at the home duty of giving permits to fairs to
of Mrs. Arch Blakey with Mrs. M. Among the many people attendIng operate said the committee's attitude -
P. Holman presenting the pro the Palm Beach County State I toward the fair has always
gram. The March meeting will be of Israel Dinner of Tribute honorIng favored the Tampa location.
at the home of Mr*, Lon Wilson Sam Senter at the Palm Beach The rumors were compounded a
Why should you buy Mrs. ,Ernest Maxwell presidedat Blltmore Hotel in Palm Beach, year ago when the fair was placed!
the Gertrude Shirley circle were Mr, and Mrs. Claude Shirley,,I m probation by the state cornmit-3
when which met lII'the"Ci&peL' The devotional },fr. and' Mrs. William S. Plumer, te, because of what WM ,called,
U. S.' Savings Bonds there_are"= *,were &inn.byln. Leon Mr.; at 3tr1 Lewis Friend' Mr. rambling games on ,the' midway.:' -
f Spooner. Mrs. J. L. Reeve, president and Mrs.. Joe Hatton Mr. and Mm., The probation was lifted later and,
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so many other good investments ? of the WSCS was welcomed Ray Hatton. Mr. and Mrs. Harold the fair received.f,m,;permit;t> operate '
as a guest. Wilkinson, Mr. and Mrs. George as usual: *
The Miriam circle met at the Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Mind- ..

most people, home of Mrs. Duncan Padgett tin, Mr. and Mrs. Edward AaronMr Mrs. L. P. Vann returned to her l.
If
you'r.lIke
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help1 country
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To answer-and your good one. you'll hang on to your Savings with Mrs. Frank Rosenberg presiding and Mrs. Rupert Mock Mr. home Saturday following several vI
Bonds a have other advantages Bonds for the big things you at the business meeting.. Mrs. and Mrs. Arthur fragler, Mr. and days stay in Everglades Memorial J, But that make them want In your future. Wilbur Maxwell presented the pro- Mrs. Joe Tom Boynton, Mr. and HoapltaL ::.;twem
worth your consideration.For And of course, Bonds ares gram. It was announced that the Mrs. Rafael Fanjul. Mr. and Mrs. ;
instance,they offer you safe investment-as longas circle will have charge of floral' Lewis J. Fraser, Mr. and Mr*. "<{'d
about the easiest way to there's a United States of arrangements in the sanctuaryfor Edgar Wilder, Mrs. Abe Dobrow, :vV
save money: either with the America. the month of Much The general Louie Gold, Jerry Gold'' and Owen ':
Payroll Savings Plan where to Which brings us back toyour March meeting of the WSCS Todd. ''
Just ask your employer ,
you Bonds
country again. held at 7:13 followed -v.
aside will be p. m.
of wages "
put part your defend freedom at a time
toward a Bond or' through help the enemies of freedom by the revival which will begin at Miss Lula Barfleld has returned '
when ,
regular purchase of Bonds at are stronger than ever. 7:43 p. m. from a week' visit with her aunt, "
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your bank. Buy Savings Bonds. Th Mrs. William S. Plumer was M.... Hattie Kilpatrick in Christmas ,
Another unique Bonds advantage is the banks or savings institutions hostess to the Vena Mae Schroder and other relatives In Or- \ I
of U. S. Savings t t"If
don't charge and the
stick with you. You that sell them circle presented pro- lando. '
they
way for the services 1J' -,-
can get your money any time. you a penny gram "Using th. Bible.
Mrs. Erie Keen has returnedto
CLASSIFIED AD ...,Y her home following a stay in :
BIO DIVIDE iDM Everglades Memorial Hospital for Vll'tQ\\i :
Keep freedom In your future: with .
several days.
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Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Hall of Plant
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City are the guests of her brother .Ivs'em re.m r
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W j' ,_ Phone Rainbow the
r. SUNDAY: regular meeting of Assembly! 16 In
Holy ;Nativity' First BaptistChurch St. Mary's'Cath Uc 9,45: a. m.--Sunday School the Masonic Temple Monday
11:00 a. m.-Morning.Worship
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Episcopal,Church Canal PointElder Church 7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser- night, voted to assist again' this
Pahokee viceTUESDAY year in the local Leukemia Drive
R. E. Barfield Father Francis Fennech, Pastor : Thursday evening, March 4,'when
Rev. L. Leasing, Vicar SUNDAY: n'day'Mais-11':30'a.: : m. >. 7:30 p. m.-.Prayer Service they will make house-to-house
SUNDAY: 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Confessions before MassThePahokee THURSDAY:
Pahokee-Canal
call in the Point
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10 a. m.-Sunday School 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 7:30'p.. m.-Youth for Christ area to collect contributions., Resi-
11:00 a. m.-Worship Service 6:30 p. m.-B. T. C. Service
ChurchOfTheNazarerie ( asked
dents are to have their
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.. 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship. .
porch or entrance lights on that
First Methodist TUESDAYS 7:30 p. m.-choir: practice. The Methodist Church evening, indicating their willingness
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Church PahokeeJohn WEDNESDAY: Rev Willard Kllpatrick Canal l'Point Florida to make donations to this
,
7:30 p. .-Midweek Prayer 433 Bacom Point Rd. cause. Last year the Rainbow Girls
Service. 882 collected locally more than $300in
Phone 924-7523 P. O. Box
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James W. Baugher
PastorSUNDAY
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A. Pastor
Bnley L
the Leukemia Drive.
week
THURSDAY:-Every other SUNDAY(SERVICES:
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SUNDAY: 7:30 p. m.Ladles Auxiliary 9$6a.rn.Sunday School ,? The group voted to sponsor a
.,945 P.1.unday School,
9:45 a. m.-Church School ;
Meeting.Glacles 11:00 truly old-fashioned public box
a. m.-Sunday Worship6:3q
11:00 JIJM &.. n.-toningWorship:
a. m.-Morning Worship :
.. : ( p..m.-Juniors. supper In the Community Buildingat
6:45 p. m.-MYF Is t6,00i;, p. nv-Evening Worship *
; aa'i
6'&lffst Church 7.00pmT-Sunday Evening the Glades Park, Canal Point
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7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship niESDAY- .
f 'OJ +, t' Evangelistic Service 8:00 Pl.-Woman'. Saturday night March 13, with
TUESDAY: ? **,-,. ,I. : p. Society
7:00 p. m.-"-Vesper Choir prac r \Rn.Jonathan L.,\V01Q WEDNESDAY: I.*'c' ...J s t>TuesdayWEDNESDAY all the "gals" boxes Invited' .to bring
7:3Q: p. m.4ndweek Prayer their pretty filled with
'ftlil.;I tics Meets Pahokae Lions Club : .
meeting. tempting foods,'and all the"beaus"
WEDNESDAY Building. 7:30: ,:p. m.';Prayer Meeting
7:45 p..m.-Mid-week devotions ; ,SUNDAY SCHOOL 9.45,, a. m. "Where you ,are 'a stranger but I Invited to be present to bid for
;. PREACHING::00 a. m. and once.' CHRISTENING SERVICE their favorite boxes as they are put
''.' Mrs. up for auction. The St., Patrick's.Day
8:30 p. m.-Senior. Choir practice 7:30 p.m. :; .1 'Mr."and John Rogers 'at.te
SUNDAY B.'Y. F.6:30 p. m. t .I eter' Lutheran : u:! Christening services of theme will be-predominate at
PRAYER-7:30 the supper. Miss Mary Lee,Adamsis
"1" WED. p. m. heir grind daughter.. Susan LynnRogers'daUghter
-,. Church,,belle Glade of "Mr. and Mrs. chairman in charge o;.this project
First baptist "J"'r '<-. and will be, glad to give anyadditional
rt (Canal PointBaptist John Rogers;Jr.;at the Belle Glade
August Koerber, Pastor
''PahokeeI Presbyterian Church Sunday. They informatjon about it.
church, _, ChurchLawrence SUNDAY,&01 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade were accompanied by their daughter Proceeds will go toward coveringthe

: Mrs. Laurie Rogers, and child expense of sending delegatesto
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Stewart, Pastor Divine Services 11 A. M. Grand
the"annual meeting of the
SUNDAY: ren and Mr. ;Roger's sister, Mrs.
SUNDAY: School 9:45 A. M.
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in Jacksonville
Nellie O'Rlordan. Assembly
9:45 a. m.Sunday School 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School June.

11:00 6:00 a. m..-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Church Of Christ BIRTHDAY PARTY.a. I Plans were made for a slumber
p. m-Evening Worship
.. 6:45 p. m.-Training Union 6:30 p. m.-Training Union / Mrs. Wallace Barnes was honor party to be held at the home of
WEDNESDAY: 7:30 p. m.-Evenlng Worship 125 N. W. Avenue D ed with an afternoon coffee Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ursry at Canal
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service WEDNESDAY: Phone WY 6-3867 at the home of her sister, Mrs. Point on March 19, at which time
7:30-p. In.-Prayer BVB"' Meeting Belle Glade, Fla. Richard Nason, in honor of her the girls will study for their proficiency
SUNDAY,SERVICES birthday. Guests included relativesand tests.A .
The Church Of God South Side ChurchOf 10:00: a. m.- -Bible Study friends. special meeting of Assembly

Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal ChristBelle 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship .. 16 ,was called for Monday, Febru-
Point Road 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship Mr. and Mrs. D. E. McKinnon of ary 22, at 7:30 p. m., when :Miss

Glade across from WEDNESDAY Opalocka were the weekend guestsof Elizabeth Gist, worthy advisor
80 7:30 p. m.-Bible Study and her staff of officers will initiate -
Rd.
John H. Kinard, pastor Bowling Alley on her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. It.
10:00 School 10:00: a. m.-Bible Study three new members into the
: a. m.-Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers had Strayer and with other membersof Order of Rainbow for Girls.
:11:00 Worship
a. m-Morning
11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service .. .
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1:4i.p.: Evangelistic Service 6:30: p. m.-Evening Service as their weekend guest, his sister, the family helped to celebratethe
8:00 p. m. Tuesday V.LJ3. 7:30 p. m.-Wed. Bible Study Mrs. Nellie O'Rlordan, of Ft. 28th wedding anniversary of CLASSIFIED ADS IN TJIESECOLtr.m..S
Pierce. Mr .and Mrs. Strayer, Sunday. PAY BIG DIVIDENDS
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TO LEAD-REVIVAL I Garbage Yow-Yow!I Quick Bread--Is Officer Slate For Will Study Plans

4-H Girls Topic For Future Roads I

Affects Canal PL Woman's ClubA
Mrs. Ray Ursry's group of 4-H County commissioners and representatives
girls, known as The Rebelettes, of the zoning and
County Commissioners this met at the home fcf Mrs. A. Roswell : nominating committee to planning department are scheduled -
week, referred to Its legal depart- Harrington Wednesday after recommend a new slate of officersfor to sit down March 3 and review
ment, a request that a garbage noon of last week to work on their the Pahokee Woman's Club the county projected road plans
collection franchise issued last 4-H project, the making of quick was named at the regular luncheon I for the future a survey which
week to the Glades Sanitation breads, with Mrs. Harrington, 4-H meeting of the club held in the must be completed by July 1 if
Company serving Canal Point, be leader, and her daughter, Miss clubhouse on Wednesday of last the county is to continue to be
4.F revoked and negotiations be re I Nancy Harrington, junior leader, week, with Mrs. Ethel Johnson, eligible for Federal aid.
opened. I serving as instructors Mrs. Ursry president, presiding. On the com Bernard Munsey, who heads the
Attorney Bill Jackson, repre- arrived in time to sample some of mittee are Mrs. Gethie Friend county zoning and planning department
senting the South Florida Sanita the delicious banana bread the chairman, Mrs. Vena Mae Schroder j I! told the commission
tion Company, a Belle Glade firm, girls baked during the afternoon. and Mrs. Louise Stanley. Monday that work on the study Is
} said-his client wants an opportunity .1. Mrs Johnson appointed a special I 1 I on schedule and,will be completed
to bid on the franchise. Jackson committee to be in charge of in time to meet the deadline.
told the commission that the fran Youth Choir Has luncheon arrangements at the I I He said more than a score of

chise issued last week was not April meeting of the club, when I I special workers are now on the
correctly drawn and that the Weekly SessionsThe members of the Belle Glade Wom job making a house to house eur-
Glades Sanitation Company is operating an's' Club will be guests. I i I|I vey to gather data for the project.
in violation of the law. Mrs. Kay Simonds, the club's I I I The commission Monday also
Jackson told the commissionthat newly organized Intermediate hospital representative, gave' the I i I approved contracting with Wllber
reopening negotiations would Youth Choir at the Canal group suggestions as to the kind I, Smith and Associates to serve aa
REV. BEN WILLIAMSMethodists I'
result in better rates for customers Point Baptist Church, which has of donations that would be the consultants for the transportationstudy
and more revenue for the Rev. Lawrence Stewart as director most beneficial to the new Ever I' at a'cost of $14,500) plus
Plan county. sings each Sunday during the glades Memorial Hospital. Members another $10,000 for expenses.
The Belle Glade firm, a week evening worship hour and has were reminded to bring to the -
ago, attempted to have issuanceof weekly practice sessions at the I next meeting good used clothingfor CLUB SEES MOVIEA
Revival This Week the franchise delayed. At that church on Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. distribution to underprivileged motion Picture in color emphasizing -

time, the firm had not entered a Choir members have elected a*:. children. the new styling In the
petition of application for the officers: Linda Sue Sims, president Mrs. Sadie Barwick, a former i motor vehicles manufactured by
A revival meeting started at the franchise. ; Gloria Hall, secretary; Ken- member of the club was introduced -i the Ford Motor Company, was
Canal Point Methodist church last ny Hayes, librarian; Mrs. Paul as a guest. Miss Willola Tyson shown by Charles Lewis, managerof
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night and will last through February -, HONORED AT Rardin;' pianist; Ralena Ursry, : Pahokee High School student, was I I the Pahokee Motor Company at
25, according to Pastor James COFFEE sectional leader Brenda the of Student Member Mar
I ,soprano ; guest : the luncheon meeting of the Pa
Baugher.Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Friend I I Maxson, soprano pianist; Carol II III ilyn Mock.. I hokee Rotary Club Thursday. The
Ben Williams, who led a ..
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and Mr. and Mrs. Rolley King were Bardin, alto sectional leader; Pam I program was arranged by Robert
revival here last year is lack in entertained at the home of Mrs.H. Ursry, alto pianist; and Harold GA FORWARD STEPS I O. Lampl, who Introduced Mr
the local pulpit and the singing is M. McIntosh and) her sister, Lang, baritone sectional leader, Lewis R. M. Sanders presided.
under the direction of Carter
I Miss Julia Mathis with a five- air The Intermediate Girls Auxu-I .
Berkeley, who also was here last]
o'clock coffee Sunday evening Mrs. ThelmaNvoods of Home- iary, newly organized at the Mr. and Mrs. Vernon McCoy had
year j prior to their departure for the.r stead, la the_guest this week of Point Baptist Church, met Monday |I as their weekend guests, his moth-
Schedule of the meetings show I
homes in Kansas after being the her mother, Mrs. Ruby Chaney. afternoon at the church with Mrs.I>I er, Mrs. Olive McCoy, and hisI
that the service will start each
guests of Mr. Friend's brother-in-. Monday'' guests of Mrs. Chaneywere Ray Ursry, counselor, to study for!I I I brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
evening at 7:30: m. and a cordial
p. law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.. Lloyd Mr. and Mrs. Charles Appel- the attainment of GA Forward Mrs. John McCoy, all of Blu neld.iW. .
Invitation is extended to all residents I
-1 Hundley for six weeks. bee of Jacksonville. Steps. I Va.
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to attend.Tagged f m

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Fishermen Cash ,
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water is much better and more .".- .I

rewarding on the Lower ,East ,.., "
Coast ,this month than it was in t ,
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February last year, and there are : I "
figures to prove it. :
Results of the first two weeksof '
the Schlitz Florida $500,000
Fishing Derby showed yesterdaythat
58 fishermen have received
$3,550 ,in cash awards for returnIng 1 I rI
59> tagged fish (one caught two /
fish) for research study to the .
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State Game and Fresh Water Fish I '
Commission and the State Boardof 1
Conservation for salt water. r

This is nearly half of the $7,500 big Chevy U100 Station Wagon ::ilit
I paid for, 180 tagged fish In the
area during the entire 1964 Derby, i

which-continues this year through .1\; lit.1 lit-
April 30. tightwadJjJI5j 1 ,,"'- ,,,
,I In addition to tag values rang I..
ing from $25 to $10,000, an Old J.
Milwaukee Bonus has been placedon r'I,I ,.I
100 designated tag numbers
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;1 which pay twice the normal tag .)1.

: 'value. The extra money is .offered ,
as, an added Incentive to return
.: more tagged, fish to the state 1
:. l agencies, for study. :% t : it. ,
h ..:\i Ii$ Four fishermen already have hit I..idf .' I
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{ '" ; Derby Doubles, a four-ounce I i .. ,
.: 'i bass ,h -l ..
t,i ""'caught, near ,Andytown weanng a '.," .. ,
:i I Sl.OOO metal,,,tag gave Owen Day,
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; $2,000. Three fishermen got

: I a postal worker, Fort Lauderdale, t..
: Doubles on $25 tags. They were Ira ,

,;.} I Lee Murphy, Lake Worth, for a I Chevy JI 100 2-Docr Sedan
, three-ounce bream from the Palm

I Beach Canal; Fletcher Tigjs Mi- TT With Glumlnlzed' twull that discourage common.Delcotron generators that
ami, for an 11-ounce bass at Flood mm
" Control No. 0; and George Hertell, FYl.evy, mm encourage longer batt",'ille brakes that adjust themielca rocker panels

t .j West Hollywood for a fourouncebass { that fluth. thtmtelrtt free of dirt and wait. Tight? They're downright miserly!
two miles north of Andy- '
: town. You're looking at the lowest priced sedan and They're good looking. Clean. Functional discover the

J Herbert D. Hamilton, Route 1 station wagon that Chevrolet makes ; You can get an economicaU-cylinder engine .1 n;
:, West Palm Beach caught a They neither look nor act their price. '1,1 "I irl the'sedan or in both cars,a 120-hp Hi-Thrift (IDCreIICe!
straight $50 14-inch bass at a 'They're roomy. The sedan seats six. The Six that's quick to do everything but cost
1 bridge near Indian Trail Ranch lathe wagon has nine feet from the back of the you money. As we said earlier, these are our sI- t
: Palm Beach Canal. V front scat to the tip of the lowered tailgate lowest priced cars. Try one out today.

:' ,I I CARD OF THANKS IV Drive something really new-discover the difference at your Chevrolet dealer'sI

', t '. We deeply] appreciate the prayers I : ) C1e 'rolei (JelYlle C/el'lI. Con.'ir. Cori'eIIC' I
words of sympathy and kind :
deeds extended to us during the .
loss of our small son and grandson. I'" ":; 'ii \ \.. r f 1't'.> .' i 09-1223
,May God bless all of you for your !'

.y thoughtfulness.&*:* Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. :, Stanley Chevrolet, Inc. .

.;$" Yeomans

,. \ j Mr.Mr. and and Mrs.Mrs, W.Charlie L Paige \: 164 Lake Ave Pahokee, Fla. Phone 924-5593 .

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