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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: March 5, 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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March 5,1965 PUBLISHED WEEKLY ''CANAL POINT BY PAUL. RARDIN


CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTS

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Rotes Rufus Griffin Is Canal Point Hears Bill Moss, Jr., King Deal Effective On

Retired By1 County Sweetheart BallIn

See Glades At WorkPahokee Rufus Griffin,a county employeIn Band At PTA MeetAt last week's paper there was a Monday, March 1st

the Glades highway district story about Larry Moss Jr.. being
Rotarians had as since 1944, was commended Monday a meeting of the executive crowned King of the Intermediate In A deal consummated and effective -
guests at their Thursday luncheon for his long and faithful service board bf the Canal 'Point Parent Sweetheart Ball at the First Baptist Monday of this week Shirley
meeting 35 members of the Boynton to the people of Palm Beach Teacher Association, held at the( Church in Pahokee. It wasn't Brothers, Inc., became a part
Beach Rotary Club, who were County. I' school Monday night immediately Larry who was crowned but his of Rinker Materials, Inc., of West
present as a group. Griffin Is retiring after 21 years preceding theMarch meeting with brother Bill Moss, Jr. Miss Beverly Palm Beach. Announcement of th"aale
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Following the luncheon, the visit of service and was on hand at"the President Stanley L. Hooks pre- Wilkinson was crowned Queen. was made by Claude 1...
ors were taken on a guided tour of commission meeting to:receive,his siding, a nominating committee, So, ,now Queen Beverly has her Shirley, Sr., and M. E. Rlnkrr,
points of interest in the Glades resolution of commendation. composed of Mrs., Brooks Henderson proper King.Pahokee. Sr., head ,of the Rinker Materials
area. First, they visited the USDA chairman, Mrs. W. E. Blac corporation.
Sugar Cane Field Station at Canal well, Mrs. Stanley L. Hooks and -- Shirley fires, Inc. was Incorporated
Point, where Dr. Leo P. Hebert, Fulllntegration Rev. James Baugher, was appointed PTA Will in 1947 and has experienceda
station superintendent, explained td recommend a new slate of steady and healthy' growth" from
the work the staff of research For P. B. C. SchoolsPalm officers for the 196 -66 school !tit inception. Growth of the con '
scientists in their unceasing ef- year and report at the April Hear Band Concert I cern has been in keeping with the
forts to breed new improved varieties I meeting.Rev. __ economy of the Glade Motion of
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of sugar cane' attain better Bach county schools shall I and Mrs. James Baugherwere Palm Beach county and 1feW
control of sugar cane diseases, insect be operated "without regard to f named delegates to represent I The Pahokee Parent-Teacher short years ago it became necessary
pests, 'and the like. After race color, religion or national the Canal Point PTA at the Association invites the public to that the second redl-mlx
viewing beautiful Lake Okeecho- origin." That is the policy adoptedby District Two PTA Conference at attend the regular meeting Monday plant be constructed at Pahokee.One .
'be from the Herbert Hoover Dike, the Board of Public Instruction the Port St. Lucie Country Club March 8, at 8 p. m. and en redl-mbc plant has been in op
the group went to the Glades of Palm Beach County and will be Monday, March 15 joy a. program of music, featuring 'eration at Belle Glade for many
Sugar House of the Sugar Cane completed by September, 1966. The program featured a concert a concert by the Pahokee High years along with a concrete block
Growers Cooperative of Florida on According to a statement on desegregation by the Pahokee High School Band School Band, under the directionof plant. / ,
Airport Road north of Belle Glade, issued by the county under the direction of Bandmaster Bandmaster Robert O. Lampl. I' The 39-year-cld Rinker concern
where Bob Lee explained the operations board the change will complete Robert Q. Lrtmpi, following which Numbers by the band will In- already comprises 22 ready mix
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I( in processing of sugar 'throughout the school district and PTA presented the band with xa chide "Marvel' March"": FMlmore1 .r'plantar t d..Ix"concrete block .
can as he showed them throughthe at all level*-grades 1-12, junior gift of cash In appreciation of its "Good Daughters Overture"-PIcinJOsterling ?- plant spanning more than 200
big mill. college and adult education. services. ? "Joshua" Yoder miles of, Fldrtda> east coast from
From the sugar mill they traveled Instead of having school' buses President Hooks was in chargeof "Syncopated Clock"-Leroy Anderson Dade county northward to Titusvllle. .
deep Into the mucklands to- see for whites and Negroes, as Is the the opening flag ceremony and "In a Persian (Market" -- Mr, Rinker announced puts'chase
Pascal celery harvestd and packed case at present, there will be only welcomed Bandmaster L'a m p t I. KetelbeY-. "Prairie Jump" Hill, of Owen Bros.:, Concrete in
on a "mule train" In one of the one bus system, according to the members of the PUS Band and "Elbow Room" Yoder, "Fancy New Smyrna Beach at the same
fields of Sam Center Farms.: They' ruling other guests. Rev. James W. Pant*" Cramer, "8candJna n time purchase was made of the
then followed the packed celery Personnel assignment at all Baugher gave the devotional Fantasy"-sterling, "All Hands I local company.
to the Sam Senter Farms pre- level and to all positions shall The monthly attendance award on Deck" Davenport, and "Star- Commenting upon the sale of
' COO ..e r, where it is chilled be without regard to race, color, was. won by Mrs. Mildred Larrick's Spangled Banner" Fillmore ar his concern to Rinker, Mr. Shirley
thoroughly' before shipped to religion or national origin.To Third Grade Room.Refreshments rangement. had the following comment: "I
1, northern markets. date In Palm Beach county served In the President Richard C. Lane wi'l/! am optimistic over the potentialfor
They also saw how radishes are eleven schools have been due, cafetorium following the concert presided 'at the brief business session the plants under the new own-
harvested, washed and packed for regated. included punch made by room preceding the concert. ership. They ,will be operated as
market, viewed a cane field burning .. mothers of Mrs. Alma Burr First the Glades Division of Rinker,Ma-
prior to being cut by harvesters Grade Room and cup cakes made terials. Z recommend the Ridker
and other interesting sights Mac And Agnes Are by several other room mothers. Rainbow Girls,Will concern highly to the people of theGlade's
typical of the Glades area of Palm i > i and I hope the fine folks '
Beach County. Each Boynton Honored At BallIt here will continue their supportand
Beach Rotarian was presented Cattlemen Name I ,Aid Fund Raising good will in the future as thy
with literature relating to Pahokee have in the past..
and the Glade area, through was King Mac and Queen An. official announcement from
the courtesy of the PahokeeChamber at the Heart Ban held Saturday New Set Officers f I Pahokee Rainbow Girls will I the new concern was to the effect
of Commerce. Agnes make house-to-house calls In the i iPahokeeCanal I i that personnel will continue as it
at the new Holiday]I I
night I Point area was under/ the Shirley manage
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,oJ 1- Inn In Belle Glade. Mr. and Mrs.' The, following officers were day March 4, from 7 to 8:30: Thur'j: ment ,with the exception of Mr.
," ; > L.bfcCleUand: of. Canal Point, elected at a,.meeting of the Board. tq collect""contribution*,in Shirley, who"wil] retire. Claude L.
;: -* RevivaWillEndMethodist i' ; :. who Juvo both'. undergone serious of DJreciors:of the Palm Beach nual Leukemia Fund-raising :. Shirley. Jr.,Lee:( will beincharge '
.f beart.3*surgery, were honored by' Co J.ty Cattlemen' Association. :to I Residents, willing to contribute to of 'the.'.Glade :operation:::
: ; Tonite f the large crowd In attndance. I serve for 1965; this cause are asked to:have their under ,the new:set-up.,> .
f The Mcdellands Mac and President, K. P. Eatmon Pompano -I porch or entrance lights-on during ''
M full-time employ Beach; Vice-President, ScottL.
Agnes have the specified hours. With'
Glade and In Paho French Loxahatchee; Secretary Beans $450
Belle drive
ment in Plans for the were completed -
First Methodist
the
The revival at
,Dan Smith Jr. Lake Worth: at the meeting of Pahokee
church In Pahokee will come kee.Although Treasurer, J. W.. Canal
Repper
who ,
the surgeon ope- I Assmbly 16 in the Masonic Hal Celery At $3.25
). Rev Point; State Director, Bruce Bitting.

to a close tonight (Friday rated on the couple in Chicago Monday night with Gall Reeves
Robert A. Shelley of Alachua, almost one year apart could not Canal Point; Alt. State Director associate advisor, presiding In the
VIa., and a former pastor of the attend he sent a telegram of Charles Harman, South absence of Worthy Advisor Elisabeth Scarcity of vegetable In the,
Canal Point Methodist church has congratulations for "setting a I Bay; Director, James M. Herring Gist List year Pahokee Lake Region' always makes the
been bringing two messages dally pattern to show the world heart Belle Glade. Rainbow Girls collected more than price jump. That's what has hap
and unusually large crowds have patients may live a normal life. The retiring President was $300 in the Leukemia Drive. pened this week with beans. There
been in attendance. McClelland Is the veterans ser Charles Harman. of South Bay. Chairman Mary Lee Adams announced aren't many and the price Is $4.60per
The morning services have been vice officer for the area. He -- &Ste. the old-fashioned box sup bushel. The price was that on
held daily 'at 10 o'clock and the maintains offices in Belle Glade HOME FROM ALASKA per which Pahokee Assembly 16 Is Monday of this week. What It win
evening service ha* been held at and in Pahokee, vI.lUngeach on Capt. and ']Ir.. John Lester sponsoring in the Community be today or tomorrow Is a matterof
7:45 o'clock. Rev. W. E. Dorrell alternate days. Holmes Jr., and daughters are Building at the Glades Park Canal conjecture.The .
of ,Fort Lauderdale has been In Mrs. McClelland Is secretary the guests of his father Lester Point, Saturday, March 13 demand for celery has
charge of the special music for the to Associate County Agent JohnH. Holmes and Mrs. Holmes, while ,on will start at 6:30 p. m. with all strengthened some and the price
occasion. Causey at his office In the leave' from the Army. Capt. and boxes to be in the building by 6 has climbed accordingly. Official
Rev. John A. Briley, pastor of Glades Office Building. Mrs. Holmes have recently returned p. m. Free coffee and tea for the circles this Week stated that the
t the church, extends a cordial Invitation from Fairbanks, Alaska, upper win be furnished by the going price for celery Is from 3.00
to one and all to attend the Ricky Parker, Joey Aldermanand and will report to Ft. Benning Rainbow Girls. to a3. O with' the supply of first
final service tonight. He also Miss Brenda Alderman were Ca, for a five month training Present at the meeting were grade celery limited.
.1'f '>. thanks aD who were responsiblefor recent visitors in Lakeland where course after which he will be stationed Mrs. Marie Hughes, mother advisor Corn Is another commodity in
making the meetings 'a suc they visited Florida Southern Col- at Fort'Jackspn, Columbia I and several members of the short supply this week and the

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,County Board EastoStac 184 Irs. Russell MaxsjMi
presented:
IJoI\9'\t srBen Sundy the book "Winds of g;< to

Honors Officials; 'UML,,Canal Point Bap t 'WJroTij
_y ) ,(, covered disk
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The Palm BRacl4, County' Cpm I
p1ssJiA.n 'adopted.. a,resoluUBnn9no suppej; In the fellowship. hall of
| ogtthj I a Ben,.F. S : l4 ,Grace Graham, new worthy the church A patrfoticrtheme was
:dy, foripeV' county, conin!\lss er I ,, matron of, Pahokee Chapter carried out, In the table decorations *
from Debra Del- 184, Orfler ofj Eastern Star, and H In\ keeping with the book
u Road.
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ray Beach West Ben C,. (Hfcinle) Graham, new; worthy study.

Sundy Memorial George HJghway.'Wer.e: (patroi: '\.press 1e'for; the first tlm;
Commission; : Sr
who succeeded,, Sundy 01tbt,. at UN, regujaj\ meeting of Ut "I lll1J\L'I\WI!! Y.IIIWI1.\l"W"11y"ijJll.!

-.... a board, told this week how the Improvement chapter. In the. Masonic Temple

The RarJ\in\( B",il W.In Jana( 1 Poi \t Florida started back of In the 1957 highway as a coopera had Thursday Honored night at the, meeting, were PPGE TIWREPAIIOKEE

THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF ttve..program bttweenucity. county_'Mrs Eunice Hughes, Junior pat I I
and civic organizations. ,, PtAs
1ffE. E:VuGL4DEs: ) NEWSScrylng.the Ground for tart of the long I matron, and Perry Sizemore, past
'sought improvement( Was broken I patron, who were escorted to the I

Lake,Olfejechobee Fjijmjng Reglpn Without recently and work on the road is altar, where they signed the Chap SUNDAY, MONDAyf TV6py
Interruption Every'Week for 40 *Years now, well, underwayWarren, reported ter.'. (Bible, and weUe' presentedwith < I I MARCH, 7-8.9

Established,March 11,1924 Published,Every Friday gifts The special program In "
tie said one of the early workersfor their honor was presented by I! "PT' 1.G
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe ;
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the project was the then Com- Mrs. Velma, Hall, with all officers
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn missioner Sundy and Warren won 1 participating. I I CLIFF ROBERTSON. T,
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Canal Point, Flprida, as Second Class Matter the support of the commission for I Introduced were eight past ma IIVRDIN AND
JAMESGREGORY
changing the name of the road irons and four past patrons of
Paul. Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher
/' .- now known both as Atlantic Ave. Chapter 184 present at the meet

and, Delray West Road. ing.At (IN !COLOR)
the close, refreshments were
Mere, I \VhaJ Transpired: 'At. \ 's.Meeting. 4, ._ served by Mrs. Adeline Wroten

0 The Palm, Beach I ,\YuQyIFAA_ PAY and :Mr. and! ,M/s. Oliver Sheppard.I I I .l.IIMII.YJi1..Vlf'PI 4 llJ.jIW;;;: ',o/) 1 .


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'learned' thlS--, week, that bond issue Just, short of $4 million .:., :I. 'r.. '( II t .t. .;.' :' 4-IrJ
construction of the new terminal to complete the financing.The ..... '" u +
complex at International Airportand commission approved the s: '

associated.? Improvements will preliminary figures given by Frost Y. Phone 9245511Pahokee. Phone WY6-2550-BelleGiade 1 |-
<<:ot.an. estimated,4.5 million, and also voted approval for a land
Federal aid;'funds,. according to use plan for a 640 acre 'tract located t SALES and SERVICE $,
COunty Engineer George, Frost: next to the airport : 44A
will provide,about $6Q9 0Q0.of that The Federal Aviation Authority, ; Air *
according to Commissioner E. Ff .x; Heating Conditioning Appliances '" .

Vary} Kessel, has agreed, to releasethe .. ... ... .. "" &. . "" 6.
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POSITIVELY) all, want ads 01. I tract will be used to help finance!

classifieds,, as you, wish. to call I construction, of the.new. ,terminal\ ,._ .. ..- '' ----a"
them, are payable\ in adyan.c from complex. .y I : : .' >.f!'"' ':'II'f. "t+;:(ho. ','" ::., .-'II' J I
his day forward,.Pon't phone 'em, Two recreation projects In the u, "", ...nW ... : ', , -
Write..It and,drop?a.dqljar; \ ,bill In Everglades were being consdderd !f I i t I .
U\e.. envelope Iff; you,''want?,li it, run this week by the county commis ;, > leJ fl et In -"oa I'o.nt: ': 1 II
once. |2 if y Uj W8P.It.; ,run.,twice\ sion., ,,:t \" 161 '..; : t
and so on. In one action. the commission ', ; tt J'01 1.d"r' -:& '''' ,,! 't' 'wt ;.., n '" 11ttJt)' .
voted to Internal sn-.JJt.It.4H.- ,-..-' 1' ..."f." '
asic the ,Improve "' '
WUAT;S ,IN TUE.A'rfIO.tha you! ment Fund trustees for title to }.' .QQ lam !PJ..LqI8.H I m: (> {>{t.f: ;), a ;
don't need,?.,,AJ1.0Q classified" ad, about;50 acres Jand,adjacent to f ;;;t
1\ this column will probably! fin4. :
the, Miami Canal, at Lake Harbor.
yqU,a sale. Just write your ad,.en The land will be developed on a I .
'dose a dollar andwe'll, dp the rest: I
long range plan for recreational
The Everglades News, Point
.Canal purposes according tq County
f"4. Commissioner E. \Y., Weaver who

fiEP/TIG TANK;, PUMPING AND told the commission! vQlunteer labor
REPAIR Service In, Clewiston,. and equipment,, are, ready, to i
South Bay, Belle Glade\ Pahokee start to ,work in the area right
and Canal Polntr Serving the now. II
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',Glade,for 20,yefirsi, phone, In another action, a request \Q r
6 26. H. L, Ptts.) old Belle 924'1 from the Town of South Bay. for
road : area in that community,
UOOJI;Style; Meat AND BARD, Service Family was referred; to the ,county, eng\- c
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neer for study and report'b&ck to
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.73. ;:or.0249403N30if' the.board.'- ; "' .

',aM sALE!:; Nmv.041 UpPd. WUJ t 'P" F
Jtepsj Walter AffhleyVi:Garage Altar..SpcjfIeJ.! ,

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!j\P'at ack Angus bees I The St.; Marys, Altar Societymet YOUR OWN',"RAN'. :" .....
4 poyii |whgte,1 at the home of Mrs. Charles I .'...A
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19.Q( QOo : C k,your'Calykleacock Modeckl' on Feb: 24 at 6 p. m. with j i. .
,DW1. ,.. ;: )4Z'; P- ,'UJ h Mrs; Modecki presiding" Final -c .: )! I
.2 \. Ind1fn ? t plans, were' 'made, for"1 the Pan I '
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: American''dancd, a benefit. dance' Electricallyj-puniped irrigationvupm '
ilpo& y'o '' ;.improves
red'brSt.PhiUp. AltarSo- : q ; ftor\yj<3kfa?
cletyvbi BeUe Cla4a and St.: Marys and profit,._EJ\da.; droughf worries' ,
Altar :
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The. dance-will .b. .held at the in dry spfljls,. and.j; .

Zi t {CAI il1g Tu ndIncagne Belle Glade Armory,on April 24. s& helps] protect. crops during, .' ,:' .,
Donations will be J3.00: per:couple. ;
tax
Servige_ 'Father Fenech joined ,the groupat I? cold snape..i; ( ..j

ETMain the close of the business session
1850 St.Phone and urged the members to attend EveIir} normal''weather,.it.'pays iQft during critical :..1' ..
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} P qQ ee hour devotion as often as beginning possible the Sunday 10 iods.of;growth-the time when! plants need extra stimu- :

!9,47962} February 28 thru March 2. Hostess 1 lation m order to thrive an 4 J:prpduce.thq greatest yiel..<.L.. .! 1
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OFFIC9 Df, 'nf1tm', for the evening was Mrs. Ken ;
Modern irrigation 13 just another of the .'
OF, npol neth Rodriguez who served cake many jobs that., \ \:
and coffee to the. group. ; Reddy does best on the farm and. in the home '. :<., .
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)A: With Series E Bonds 'the 'rate turns $18.76 into You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the ;; l. 'Ii
$25.00 fourteen months' faster than the old rate. interest accumulates: to maturity. H Bonds I
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income for living while E Bonds a ,
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Your savings'increase faster because Bonds expenses
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nest for the future. That's why retired *
egg many
mature im just 7 9 months. 1
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people\hold -Bonds and families saving for; a "
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, six months.With both E and H Bonds the new.rate Q: In what denominations can I buy series B and series "" :f';: .:.., .
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.; : '; works out to 2H%for,the first year and a'half;then H Bonds t, ..
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r-.. a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity. Ai E Bonds: $25 (cost $18.75), $50 (cost $37.50)), $100 .'...t't' "

. '. Q: When did the new rate become effective? (cost $75.00), $200 (cost $150.00), $500 ,. \i ',; ,
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," I Ch Does the new rate change the Bonds I bought be H Bonds: $500, $1,000, $5tOOO and 10000. They 'J k; i'

,. fore June 1, 19591 are priced at face value. .:J .. :

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3A%1tomnowonwheDheld'tomaturltJTheIDt ,.fcis'kless' .,., .. ..,. ...!.
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I [PERSONAL: : NEWS' NOTESMr. ] in-law Bob his,Meyer Mr.mother-in-law and arrived Mrs. J.at and V.the Thomas father-homeof Glades Area-Six Of !Party Mrs. Warren InVohtiT'Of RepperThe


Monday from Cuyahoga Falls, PTA In Joint MeetMrs.
Ohio,,where he Joined his wife and home of Mrs. O. H. Sheppard -

son who have been visiting here was the scene of a party

and Mrs. Lee Wroten and and for several weeks. Esther Walker of South honoring Mrs. Warren Repper,
Rev. Mrs. Lawrence Stewart
\ family were the Sunday guests of Mrs. Elizabeth Rayburn arrived Bay, coordinator of Glades Area Tuesday March 2, from 2 to 6 p.
and sons, Larry, Timmy and
I Jay
FHP Trooper and Mro. Ronald I David, attended the homecoming! here Saturday from her home in Six mf \Parent-Teachef>,'>;Associa- m. Spring colors were used in the

Precup and family In Stuart. Hawaii for a short ,visit with her tions, presided at the Glades Area decorations on the refreshmenttable
erf the M(1tana IJaptlst church
Mr. and Mrs. R, L. Richardson!t I parents, Mr. anJ Mrs. Laverne Six conference held at Fahoke and in the floral arrange
their
where
they were
had .as Sunday guest, her great,I I 10th of organization celebrating Rev. Humphries. Mr. Humphries is recuperating last week, and Mrs. Stanley Hooksof ments. Hostesses with Mrs. Shep-

great grand mother, Mrs. Manes year from recent surgery at Canal Point served as secre- pard were Mrs. E. F. Hollon, Mrs.
Stewart served as pastor of the
of Joplin, Missouri. I the Veteran's Hospital In Miami. tary. Pope Sears, Mrs. Floyd Ericksonand
I Ml1I ana church before coming to
Mrs. Frank Mueller, spent Sun- Canal Point. Mrs. Robert L. Hatton enter- Dr. Richard C. Lane of Paho- Mrs. Osceola Upthegrove.

day visiting with her daughterand tained at her home recently witha kee, John Kinlaw of Belle Glade .
Mrs.M. C. Carter the week- '
family, Mr. and Mrs. Chester was birthday party honoring her son, and Mrs. Stanley Hooks served on AT GARDEN CLUB MEET

tIe. Miller, In West Palm Beach end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jar- Byron, on his 1st birthday. Guests a panel In the discussion of the Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Hillier and

Mrs. Wilson Conerly of Tallahasseer dine in Marathon. Included Byron's cousins and other topic, '"Projects to Spare; Ideas Mrs. Lloyd Hundley recently 'at

was the Sunday guest of C. B. Strlngarl has returned to relatives.Mr. to Share," with Mrs. Mina Mur- tended the Garden Club of Palm

her sister and brother-in-law: Mr i Detroit following a visit with Mrs. and Mrs. Jack Fletcher ray of Belle Glade acting as mod- Beach at the Four Arts Society

and Mrs. C. S. Davis. I Stringari in Canal Point. have returned to their home In erator. and heard Charles Mohr speak on

Mr. and Mrs. Milton Cummins I I :Mrs. Mable Ruggles will return Chicago, 111., following a two Mrs. Mildred Larrick, memberof "The Vanishing Eden." A motion

have as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. to'her home In Mayville Ky., this week visit with her brother-in- the teaching staff at the Canal picture showing the spectacular

Forrest Burke of Bloomlngdale weekend following a visit with her law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Rob- Point School, led the opening flag sights of this country and narrated -

Indiana.C. sontnlaw'and daughter, Mr. and ert GJIatton. ... ceremony and Mrs. Nancy Creechof by the reading of experts

S. Davis has returned to his Mrs. Brooks Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Williams Belle Glade gave the devo- from the psalms was viewed by

home following a visit with his Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. of Homestead, were the Sunday tionals. the group.

father Charles Davis, who is HI W. S. Cross were his brother, O. guests of her daughter and family, John Kinlaw, Dr. Richard Lain .

at his home in Colqultt,,Ga. M. Cross and. niece" and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Mills. and Mrs. Esther Walker were RETURNS TO BASE

Cecil Chastain is a patient at Mr. and Mrs. Tony Revenskl, of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Pendergast named on a special committee to Mike Maxson has returned to his

St. Marys Hospital In West Palm ,, Ft. Myers.Mr. of Colorado Springs, Colo., are
I I find someone willing to serve as base at McCoy AFB Orlando, following -
*Beach" following recent surgery.; and Mrs. Max ,Beverly of the guesta of Mr. and Mrs. .L. W. new coordinator of Glades area a weekend spent visiting
t W. S. Cross- returned ,to Good Ochlocknee Ga., the of .
r are guests Armstrong.Mr. Six, replacing Mrs. Walker who with his mother Mrs. Earl Max-
'Samaritan Hospital Monday wherehe her mother, Mrs. Grady Boyntonin and Mrs. Loel Lence of Lake has turned In her resignation to Eon who Is a patient at Good Samaritan -

Is expected to undergo surgery Canal Point. Worth, former Canal Point resi- the PTA County Council. hospital West Palm

I In the near future. I Mrs. Leo Wroten is a patient in dents, spent Tuesday in Canal: At the close of the meeting refreshments and his father In Canal,Point.

Mrs. Bob Meyers'and son, Butch, Everglades Memorial Hospital this Point and Pahokee visiting were served in the .

Ind: Mrs. J. V. Thomas Jr., and week. friends.: school cafeteria by Mrs. Rhea BIRTHDAY PARTY

daughters; Terri and Kelly, were FlIP Cpl. and Mrs. Danny Jack- Mrs. Frank O'Connell has re- .Cunningham and Mrs. Jackie Cunningham Mrs. Jack entertained

the recent guests of Mrs. Thomas' man had as Sunday guests, her turned to her home in Canal Point members of the teach- with Spencer
: brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and after being a patient at Everglades a birthday party Saturday,
parents, Mr and Mrs. Joe Kelly, ing staff at the Belle Glade Ele Feb. 27
In Fort Pierce.PASSION. Mrs. Everett Merrell and ,son, Memorial hospital for several mentary School. honoring her daughter,
Buddy, of Lake Worth days. i Jane, on her 10th birthday. Mrs.

Mrs. Lou Lombard' and daughters Miss Elinor Brackin, Steve Brac- Spencer was assisted by her

Lisa and Linda, of Miami ara kin and John Welsh of Pahokeewere Good & Bad News of daughter Miami, Miss Kathleen Spencer,

the guests of her parents, Mr. and the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Springs. .
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Mrs. James Miller. J. B. Woodham of Stuart, Sunday
PLAY Mr. and Mn. Bob Maxson and afternoon. For County Board VISIT IOWA STATE COLLEGE

f EBROARH* APRIUi son, Todd, of Boca Raton were the .. .v Dr. Norman James and Carl O.

unday guests of her parents Mr. Grassel of the USDA at Canal
Rebelcttes Meet
At PVKE WALES There was good and bad news
and Mrs. F. S. Parrish, and his Point have left for Ames, Iowa
for
i AMPHITHEATERTuesday parents, Mr. .and' Mrs. R. J. Max- At Ursry HomeThe week the concerning county moving commission a Cham-this where they will attend the International

Thursday, Saturday son.Mrs. ber of Commerce headquarters in Genetics Conference at
ttfdrfcJ* : M. P. Stanley was the over- group of Canal Point 4-H West Palm Beach. Iowa State College. They will be
Mrs. J. Johnsonin girls known the Rebelettes gone ''for one wek.
night guest of O. as met
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Sunday* S06 TM building is.being moved to
Lakeland ,this week. at 'the home of their leader, Mrs.
TERFORM ANCES make way for new ramps for
Mrs. Robert Shelley and daughter Ray Ursry on Wednesday of last Flagler Memorial bridge. The
Lisa returned to their homein week to start work on demonstrations .
right of way agreement was made
I Alachua Sunday afternoon after exhibits and dress reviews \
for moving the structure but appraisals -
accompanying Rev. Shelley here that they plan to participate in didn't take into conside-
where he is conducting a revivalat at the annual Palm Beach County
ration preparation of a new site.
the First Methodist church in 4-H Achievement Day to be held In
i o* Wfttrc BOX 9 1 DkKK WAtC Piling and fill for the site cost
Pahokee. the cafetorium of the Belle Glade
r 4 I $5,450 and the Chamber wants the
School In Aprl.} Practicing for th,
county to foot the bill.
Achievement Day program will
A message from the Treasury of a free ptopl take m time of the The county attempted to get
up
between the, state road department to pay
Rebelettes
now and April
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: right of way. The state refused.
Camera Club Has So'
the commission voted Mon-
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Meeting This WeekThe day to put up the money from It*

t secondary right of way funds.

... Junior High Camera Club They also heard the expenditure
I' would wipe out the right of way
s held their meeting at 2:20 p. m. on
'\, SEll fund for the rest of the year.
March 3. A record was heard about
Meantime a letter from the
1 I getting into college ,and the mem-
state bore good tidings-to the
..- bers talked about the various col-I
leges available. effect that plans for the bridge
will be ready In bids
( ramp April,
The Club is going to have a field
Jr.' will be taken In May and work ,j
trip on May 0 and a gallery dayon
4 may start In June.The ramp project
., How to I Ix April 7.Several has been in the
!\ county's primary -
members have not paid
+ collect their 40c for dues. Please try to ,road budget for several, f t,
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I J do so soon. The next meeting will
r' In other road actions, the torn- -X- :
pictures be held on March 24, f
.mission: .. .
,Lowell Gray Reporter .
of Presidents .& .. Adopted a resolution asking the :

.'i HOME FROM+ HAWAII state road department to make.a fee IIt

.', for f fIlR..aR Bascom Belcher of the USDA. section of the Beeline Highway between < ''ilflldf.E't2Stest =

'lii Cgnat-'Point has ref "iecf .Military.Trail_and UJ3,Nos .
I '' edoitt :.iI : \ 1 a part of the primary rood system -
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.,. I 'The ton Patterson circle will ,tale's 1965 budget' .r "s .;p

..;' meet at the home of Mrs. Paul Adopted 'a resolution putting t

."' Bach: of the seven denomination of Serfei aE' Saving* Rardln: Monday, March 8, at 2:30p. Streamline Road In the Glades on '

.t b Bonds shows a different President of the United States. If m Mrs. Alma Nail will presentthe the count/a secondary road main: .

.. you're interested in this kind of art, the seven make a nice program. tenance schedule.. DAILY DOUBLE
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financial freedom for your future. Buckner HomeMrs. o EVERY RACES

; But there are other kinds of freedom tied in with your -

purchase of Savings Bonds. Freedom to speak your piece, Dorothy Buckner was host- BIG PAYING

a choose your job, and own your property, to name a few ess to the Phi Gamma Mu sorority PERFECTASADMISSION

... Every Bond you buy helps our government further the on Monday, Feb. 22. Before beginning 25t
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b "r Why not start collecting U. S. was Ritual of the I r FREE PARKING
held
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Savings Bonds now? Only $18.75 .L.
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each for the George Washington Ai : : the pledges who were Mrs. Iva LUXURIOUS
.' \,: Pittman, Mrs. Ceclll Watson Mrs. CLUBHOUSE
variety, at your bank or on Pay ,
roll Savings where you work. ;plI! Alice Thompson Mrs. Carol Mcln- 815
% tosh. Mrs. Peggy Hatton and Mis POST TIME

,;, '. Keep freedom In your future with Heather Reed. The program en-

t: '# WJKH titled "Code of Ethics" was presented -

U.S. by Miss Heather Reed.
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Ilt Mews Of The :Churches I Barfield HighwayPahokee, Fla. Officers the Monday For night YearAt meeting


A. L. Stone, :Minister of the WSCS of the Paholpee

frwwwwM Phone 924.7363 First Methodist Church, Mrs. J. L.

StmPAY- eeve.! was elected president duds

M Holy Nativity irst 'h 'tIStrlli t. Catholic '1i4s': .'m-i'St I1 ySthtx>l .I t11n i''C. rtatton, vice presiflent. -
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Tl"00dn..7n.! -"MOfntngWorship Other"officers elected were,
Episcopal ChurchPahokee c h,rQtln1 ?Pitt 'Wrffchl : 7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser Mrs. L. F. Rosenberg, Secretary;

vice Mrs. Jimmy Moore, treasurer;
imer k''k 1d fher Vl'ariSls' "Fennech,CastorStindaylLlasg tFUESDAY: Mrs. R. J. Schroder, parliamentarian

Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar SUNDAY: 1 :30'a. m. 7::30 IL.. .-.Prayer Service ; Mrs. Robert C. Hatton, missionary -
SUNDAY: 945! '8.m.-=Sunday School Confessions "before 'Mass THURSDAY: education; Mrs. Wilbur. .

10 a. m.-Sunday School 11\00'a. to.-'M in1ng Worship '.4L 'II 7:30: "'. mi--routh *for Christ Maxwell, program material; Mrs.

11:00 a. m.-Worship Service 6:30p.m.-B. ''. C. Boe Mrs.
The Pahbkee'Church ServlcQ Hugo supply; Ellis Mur-
.' 7:30: p. m,-Evening Worship. Mrs.
phy, campus ministry; Louis

First Methodist TUESDAYS 7:30 p. m.:-:Choir practice. Of The NazareneRev. the Methtitot i Church Davis, spiritual life cultivation;,
Mrs. R. F. Hurt, Christian social
WEDNESDAY: Wlllard 'Canal Pint 'Florida
Church PahokeeJohn Kilpatriclc
relations; Mrs. E. D. Sims, missionary
7:30 p. m.-Mldweek Prayer 433 Bacom Point Rd.
personnel; Mrs. D., B.
A. Pastor Service. Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 JameslV.""Baugher PastorSUNDAY
Bnley, THURSDAY Watkins, bereaved; Mrs. Ernest
week
:;Every other SUNDAY SERVICES:
SUNDAY: : Maxwell, cards; Mrs. Lloyd Hund-
9:45 a. m.-Church School 7:30 p. m.-Ladles Meeting.: Auxiliary 9:45 a. 'n.-Sun'day School V45! : 'a.'fci.-:'Sunday'S hool. ley, flowers; Mrs. George B.

11.00: a. m.-Morning Worship) 11:00 'a. nt.-Sunday Worship 11:fOO a.Mo'tning Worship Ramey, public relations; Mrs. ''R.
6:45 m.-MYI"" 6:30 p. 1m.-Juniors 1600 "p. "fet-Evening Worshipflt
p. D. Apelgren, local church activities
Glades ChurchRev.
Baptist 7bo'p.: > 'Evealng
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7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship DAY ; Mrs. Leon Spooner, member
.. Evangelistic Service -:Woman's
JCUESDAY: 8:00rp.: njj Society
II ship cultivation; Mrs. Jess M. Elliott
7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac ( Jonathan'L.Volt) WEDNESDAY' : _1st 'TuesdayWEDNESDAY nominating committee chairman
tlceWEDNESDAY Meets In Pahokee Lions Club 7:30 p. m.- Midweek Prayer: : .
; and members of the nominating
: Building. meeting. 7:30 Tn.- MeetingMissionary
p. Prayer
committee Mrs.
7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45PREACHING11:00 "a.1n. "Where :you are stranger but Maxwell Mrs.. Ernest
Herman Hendrix.
a. II). and once.
-.4 GroupIn Mrs. Howard Holman, Mrs. J. f
7:30
8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir prac- p.m.
Boynton 'a n d Mrs. James G.
tice SUNDAY B. Y. F.6:30 p. m. St. Peter's Lutheran Prayer WeekThe Thomas. '
WED. PRAYER-7:30 p. m.'
i .. Church BelleGlade The WSCS accepted a new bud
Woman's
Pahokee Baptist
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First Baptist get totaling $1,625.00 and in other
Canal Point Missionary Union observed a weekof
K'rlr business made plans to purchase'new
Church Pahokee August Pastor prayer for Home Missions a
Baptist Church 601 W. Lake Rd.,Belle Glade March 1-7 with special programsat shuffle board for the young
SUNDAY people. The Miriam Circle
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the church under the directionof
Gutbrle W, Colvard, Pastor
Lawrence Stewart Pastor Divine Services 11 A. M. awarded the attendance pin. It
SUNDAY: Mrs. Ralph Crews, W. M. U.
SUNDAY: School 9:45: A.M.Church was announced that the annual
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School Prayer chairman. The theme was
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School district meeting will be held in Ft.
11:00 "Our Land Shall Own Thee, Lord.
: a. m.-Morning Worship
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Lauderdale at 10 a. m. on March
Of Christ Bertls Fair of Belle Glade,
6:00) p. m.-Evening Worship '
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6:30 p. m.-Training Union 18. In place of the program the
6:45 Union Home mission Board representative
: p. m-Training
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship group adjourned to the church to
WEDNESDAY: 125 N. W. Avenue D spoke at the Wednesday
WEDNESDAY: hear Rev. Robert Is
7:30: p. m.-Prayer Service Phone WY 6.3867 night meeting at the church, which Shelley, who
7:30: p. in.Prayer Meeting held time of the i conducting a revival there thisweek.
--- a. .. Belle Glade Fla. was at the regular .

The Church Of God UNDAY SERVICES midweek prayer service. There I ,
South Side ChurchOf 10:00: a. m.-Bible Study were four other special programs '

Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal ChristBelle 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship presented by the church on Monday

Point,Road 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship Tuesday, Thursday and Friday "VERSIONS OF TIlE BIBLE" ,
Glade across from WEDNESDAY mornings starting at 930.: The Canal Point WSCS met at
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.10:00 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00: a. m.-Bible Study Mrs. Loyd Brackin and Miss Tuesday, March 2. Mrs. Donald B.

11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Mrs. Loyd Brackin of Eagle Elinor Brackin were the guests of Kepp, president, presided. The

7:45: p. Evangelistic Service 6:30 p. m.-Evening Service Lake was the guest of her son and Mrs. J. C. Harris and son Joseph, program, "Versions of the Bible,"

8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.LJB. 7:30 p, m.-Wed._Bible Study daughter, Steve Brackin and :Miss and Mrs. Franklin Harris of Lake was presented by Mrs. Boyd. Vor-,
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Page Eight The Everglades/ News, Canal Point, Florida 33488 Friday, March 5, 1965

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Gloria Smith ToWed ---1 J MEN'S CLOTHINGSTOREKEEPERS ,

R. W. Hudspeth i JOBBERSWe


4 r, Mr and Mrs. Sydney 'KIttrell'' .

Smith, Jr., of 125' North West '
Are Going Out Of Business
Avenue E Belle Glade, announcethe I

engagement of their daughter,

Gloria Miriam Smith, to Ronald entire of Clothing
,I: and are selling our stock 4 I
Wade Hudspeth, son of Mr. and I
Fixtures Tailor and Office
Shop
Mrs. George Leslie Hudspeth of ,

232 Royal Palm Way, Belle Glade. Equipment.Buy .
The bride-elect is the grand.

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Large or Small Amounts
Allen Dulany and :Mr. and Mrs.

Sydney Kittrell Smith, Sr., of
Belle Glade, and the great-grand SLACKS: ..........._...__...... from $18 per doz.

i d 10 9 u' daughter of Mrs., Calvin A. Shive,

ii pioneer resident of Pahoke. SPORTCOATS ...._..............,..... from $3.75

i Y rF Miss Smith graduated from the '

I dc Belle Glade High School in 1962 SUITS ....................................- from $6.25
and is now a Senior at Florida

State University where she will OPEN TO 9 p. m. DAILY
graduate in August with a B. S.

degree In Elementary Education.Sh Sunday By AppointmentCALL

ILI is a member of the Kappa
F ;,1'I Delta Pi Education Honorary Sorority COLLECT JA-3-1561
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I WdP ':'; Sorority.Mr. 422 E. Las Olas Blvd

I! "' Hudspeth graduated from
1 Fort Lauderdale Fla.
Belle Glade High School in 1960 ,

and from Florida State Universityin

1ti x % F June of 1964, where he receiveda
st B. S. degree in Business Admin
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istration. Ve is presently employed toExhibitors
Highway :
with the Sugar Cane Growers Adult Education
from all
Cooperative of Florida in the of people
walks of life ,whO paint as a hob-
fice.The Class Is PlannedAdult
couple are planning a spring by, are selected from the 260 students -

wedding. enrolled in classes throughout
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the Oil and watercolor
Education Art Classes county.!

14 Private-Rooms will present their Countywide Art j I paintings, both framed and unframed -
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Show in West Palm Beach this will be displayed. Some.
Saturday.The I items will be for sale.

Need FurnishingsAt second annual exhibit will A special section will display

cpen at 9 a. m. at the Palm Coast art..work done by patients of' the

MISS GLORIA MIRIAM SMITH. .. I Shopping Plaza, Paul ,L. Phillips, County Hospital ,Rehabilitation
--- --- -- ---- -- the meeting of the Ever. director of adult education for Program, coordinated by Miss Etta

Wbmans bVilll Sewing Class For glades Memorial Hospital Auxiliary Palm Beach County Schools, estimates Harkness. .
hall of tins Mrs Gertrude Gordon is show
In the fellowship entries at close to COO
Home Club Group Pahokee First Baptist Church pieces. chairman.

Help The Crippled last week the ways and .means Students enrolled] in two oil .. .
In place of the-regular meetingof committee recommended that the painting classes at Belle Glade RETURN TO GEORGIA

the Canal Point Home Demonstration Auxiliary receive donations rather High School will participate. Last Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hooks of

Members of the Pahokee Worn. Club this month, scheduled than sponsor projects, as a meansof year the Belle Glade students Brunswick. Ga., Mr. and Mrs. T.

an's Club at,the regular luncheon for Tuesday morning, March 9, raising funds at the present provided mpre entries than any E. Hooks and Mrs. Kenneth Hooksof

meeting addressed!! letters that are members, of the club will attend time. other single class. Swainsboro, ,Ga., and Earl and

being mailed locally in the annual the sewing'class' that will be con. Mrs Bonnie Miller, sewing Music for the show will be play Carl Hooks of Dublin, Ga., have

fund-ralslng'drlve for the benefit ducted by Mrs. Betty Wolfe, as- chairman, reported that members ed by the 35-piece Adult Educa returned to their homes after attending *
of the Palm Beach County Crippled sistant County home demonstration have made gowns and have don: tion Band. Melvin L. Wagner will the recent funeral ser

: Children Society. agent, at Belle Glade from 10a. considerable other sewing work direct a 2 p. m. concert in 0 the vices for their brother. Audie F.
In its annual report the nominating m. to 12 noon, Tuesday. These for the hospital during the past north end of the plaza on U. S.I Hooks, in Clewlston.
committee recommended as sewing classes are being taught I month.It I

Officers for the 1965-66 club year: oy Mrs. Wolfe at Belle Glade every was reported that some members ----- -

: Mrs. E. C.'Johnson,-tor president: Tuesday morning for six weeks, have not yet picked up their

Mrs. R. F. Hurt, first vice president according to Mrs. Elmer Maxson, pinafore uniforms at the' home of

; Mrs. Leon Spooner, second club president. Mrs. J. C. SImonds, Jr., 1750 East .
vice president; Mrs.!! Glenn ,Powell, Main, 'St., and unless the pinafores /

corresponding secretary; Mrs.. 'E,. are picked up- by March 10.
B. Gamble, recording secretary; Law Clinic Will they will have to be returned to

Mrs. J. J. Crews, treasurer; Mrs. the company that sent them to tho

Robert J. Schroder, parliamentarian Be Held March 16 Auxiliary.
;: and Mr* Wiley Tillis, auditor. Mrs. Barbara Rosenberg, :Jn

I With the exception of Mrs. Crews, I charge of scheduling the work of

.. I all are candidates for reelection.Mrs. The Palm Beach Legislative members at the hospital duringthe

Johnson appointed Mrs. W. Delegation has confirmed that it afternoon and evening visiting
C. Darden chairman in charge of I hours, announced that anyone ,not ,
plans to hold an additional Legislative t wlrlanV
the purchase of a new 36-cup percolator Clinic. able to fill her work schedule from
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1 for the clubhouse kitchen now on must find a substitute to
The clinic will be conducted In
M It was announced members of I take her place. Pink ladles servingas
I the West Palm Beach City Commission
: the Pahokee I I Xi' ,oetu
Club have been invited receptionists during visiting o
Meeting room and will be
to be guests at the luncheon hours are asked to report for duty is
held at 1:30 m, on Tuesday,
I of the Belle, Glade Woman's Club p. 20 minutes before the start of the
March 16th.
this Thursday, March 4. Tentative visiting hours.
The Delegation emphasized that
( plant were discussed for a party In Mrs. Margaret Fan jul, in charge I
the meeting will be for the
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May, with husbands to be invited purpose of the index file of Auxiliary work, ,
of hearing from,citizens who -
guests. asked,members to bring a written
s desire to speak on local municipaland
j & county measures that have report of Individual work done to ... I Why should you buy
each monthly meeting for filing.It .
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i. ;S; Men's srChorusWi! been Further presented: any at citizen previous or clinics.group ,special was committee decided which to; l.appoint Is to contact ;|. U;S.., Savings ,Bends. wfcifthere 'acreso "

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can. present'requ lta for State
f ) fraternal'anI'
various civic '
legislation which is not local in other I
Entertain Lions nature.It religious organizations in the Pa- many good investments ?

hokee-Canal Point area to see If
was emphasized by the Delegation -
of the organizations are willing
that the clinic any .
was being
The Men's Chorus of the Glades held for the foregoing purposesand to furnish a private room ta To help your country i* one But if you're like most plsy
Correctional Institution will pre. the new hospital building, there an.wer-and a good one. you'll hang: on to your Savings,
to
not receive additional local
1 ;. ent a program of songs at the being 14 such rooms in need of But Bonds have other advantage Bonds for the big things you
Lions Zone One social and ladles' legislation.The special furnishing.Mrs. that make them want in your future..

I night dinner to be held in the Delegation decided to hold Helen Jean Boynton >.ce worth your consideration. And, of course, Bonds are
i ,I' Community Building at the Glades this final clinic because of many president, presided in the absenceof : For instance,they offer you :s safe
\ ; Park, Canal Point Tuesday, requests received from profession President Grace ,Maxson. Just about the easiest way to as there's a United States
I' March 9, at 7:30 p. m. Members of al groups who wish to recommend ... save money: either with the America.
Payroll Savings Plan where
*' State and from, local
legislation
the Okeechobee, Canal Point and Lingerie Shower you just ask your employer to Which brings us back to
Pahokee Lions Clubs will attend citizens who desire to voice objections put part of :your wages aside your country strain. Bond.toward *
the social with Canal Point to be or endorse some of the For Kathy: WilsonMiss a Bond or through help defend freedom at a time
th6 host club, and wives of Lionsof legislative requests made at previous regular purchase of Bonds at when the enemies of freedom

all three clubs to be guests.D. clinics. Kathy Wilson, bride elect your bank. are stronger than ever
honored Another unique advantage Buy Savings Bonds. Tit
N. of Wayne Browning, was
Francis
of Okeechobee, of U. S. Savings Bonds is the banks
or savings institution
zone chairman will preside, andJ. HOME MISSION PROGRAM with a lingerie shower at the homeof way: they stick with you. You that sell them don't charge;
G. Weeks of Canal Point Is arranging A home missions program was Mrs. Lewis Bucknefon Friday, can get your money any time. you a penny for the service.
the program. The social presented by members of the Intermediate February 26, from 8 to 10 p. m.

will take the place of regular Girls Auxiliary of the The honoree and her mother, Mrs.

t. J weekly meetings of both the Pa. Canal Point Baptist Church at the James Wilson, were presentedwith
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t. hokee and Canal Point Clubs. meeting at the home of Mrs., Ray yellow mum corsages and Keep freedom In your future with

Urary, counselor, Monday after greeted guests with the hostess. U.S. SAVINGS BONDS
noon. At the close of the meeting Other hostesses with Mrs. Buckner

Frank Mueller. spent this past the group went to .the fellowship were Mrs. Penny Clark, Mrs.,
weekend as the guest of Mr. and hall of the church, jrhere refreshments Sheila Ames Mrs. Becky Vlcken. n. f.6. a..e 4... ... ..., I.. .1V (G)
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