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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: April 9, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
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System ID: UF00079910:00172
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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:' April 9,1965_ PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARdV

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CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL: AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNT'

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Pahokee Girls Win Standard Oil SetsAllTime To Conduct Revival Robert Lampi Will Pahokee Easter

Gas Record Judge Band ContestMr.

First And Third : Service Planned
)I. I. Keen, Canal Point Stand- and Mrs. Robert O. Lampl
ard Oil distributor, said this week will spend this weekend at Cocoa, '

Places Contest. that his company had set ,a new where he will;serve as an adjudic Lair Field, Apr. 18--,
.. record for gasoline' sales during I, ator at the FBA District 0 Band
Marian -Harris, 17yearolddaughter one:month in Florida. During the 4 Contests at Clcarlake School. Mrs.
Faye 'r Greater Pahokee Easter .
month of March Standard sold 32,- B. will ,
of Mr. and Mrs. "Wendell 1.1a George Ramsey accompany Sunrise Service will be 'at
held
Harris of Pahokee was crowned 083,221 gallons of gasoline. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Lampl and spend the "
Lair Field J8 6:15.
Harvest Queen last Saturday nightat Keen was delighted with the report weekend as the guest of her son'inlaw ", April at : They
music for the .service will be under
and ,
the annual event in the high and stated that his Canal and daughter, Mr. Mrs.Hugh direction of Mrs Guthrie Cot-
Glade. Point distributorship had had a Miller and family and visit the
school auditorium in Belle
vard. The choirs of the First
She was crowned in the exciting small part in helping to set the her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Baptist
Church will the
ceremonies the I new all-time record. and Mrs. David Ramey, bring spec*
following judgingby ... ial music.
the outgoingqueen, Dee Dee The invocation
will be broughtby
Mlkovsk). This was the 12th annual Cost Factors Will
such affair held in Belle Boe's Tells Of New First the Methodist Reverend Church.John Briley The of scripture the-


Glade.Coordinator for the event in Control Plan For Mdse. Service ,Plan Reverend and Guthrie prayer will Colvard be by of the the

which each entrant was sponsoredby
First Baptist' Church. The sermon
a Glades-area business was New Quaker Plant .' r Under 8.B. Elarbec will be by the Reverend W. B. KI1-
Mrs. Alice Mixson, who instructedthe I Patrick of the Church of the Naz-
contestants and was in chargeof --
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school DR. W: G. STRACENER
decorations at the high Location of a, manufacturing .. OUf Boe of Boe'a In Pahokee the Reverend Alton Stone of the
Jorgi Carol Crews, 18, a local I plant in the Belle\ Glade area by; I nn this week makes the following announcement I Church of God.
high school sophomore, was judged The Quaker Oats Company "is Revival PlannedBy of interest to his The offering that is received will '
the winner of the talent com e just a possibility and nothing defInite many patrons: I be used by the Ministerial Association
petition. Miss Crews is an accomplished has been decided" in their of help to
accordingto "We wish to inform you of a program
pianist and also performed a William J. Miller, Jr., General Local Baptists change In Refrigeration, Washer, itinerants The public is urged to'
modern dance number she created Manager of Sugar Cane Growers and Range service management. attend this service '

herself Cooperative of Florida.Mr. Effective immediately Harry B. ..
First runner-up In the beauty Miller said representatives The Editor of the Florida Bap Elarbfle \vlll be in 'charge of an I
contest was 16-year-old Beverly of The Quaker Oats .Company's I tist Witness, ,Dr. W. (]. Stracener service In these departments with Harrington Named
Steele, of Belle Glade chemical division have been In will be the Evangelist to lead I Ernest (Buster) Pittman as assistant -
Another Pahokee entrant Jessie Belle Glade the the Canal point' Baptist congregation '
recently, exploring manager. Both shop and field
Ann Sheffield, was crowned "Miss I J feasibility;>> of constructing a fur in. their spring spiritual em- I service will.be maintained and improved" Lions Club Pres.
,Congeniality"* The 16-year-old 'fural plant' In Belle Glade .-But' .Isis phajftiaV.pTwtstrieAner.Avasr; with ,and "pacts stocks and shop .
Pahokee High School sophomore far too early to say that a plant the Church lit March of 1963: facilities of Boe's: Incorporated
was also the second runner-up in will be built" Mr. Miller said- "Ex when they were led by him, in a I will be available to Mr: Elarbee's Canal Point Lions In their an-

the beauty contest.. ploration is in the early stages and revivaL I organization-+ nual election of officers held on

y. I understand it will be at least n The guest speaker is a i noted "Mr. Elarbee will be responsiblefor Monday night of this week named

PTA Names Slate couple of months before The Quaker writer giftedtheologial* and respected all, collections f In his depart- Roswell Harrington of Canal Point

Oats Company can determine by those who know him ment and due to the increasing as their new,president for the coming
whether! it would be practical to for his ability! to inert into dally high cost In the, bookkeeping department
J. W. chosen
Repper was
Of New OfficersThe put a plant in Belle Glade." life the truths?' of,the Bible. he announces; that all as the year first vice president, D. L.
be located in The opening'Service will be Sun /
i If a plant service will be on, a strictly CashBasis Hooks second vice president,
..i.- as
Belle Glade, Mr.. :Miller said, it day Morning Worship Hour; April except to those customers
Canal Point PTA met Monday and P. A, Slonaker third vice president.
18th at 11:80'a. m. All are ,urgedto
would utilize bagasse; or sugarcane maintaining established ac- '
open
night with Mrs. James Gibson residue as a :raw. material. : be present :for one of the first I counts." .
presiding in the absence of Stanley I ,services.. I For the secretary the group
Furfural made originally from oat three \ '
no.. would I like for it to be
Hooks president, chose Mel Paul and named Harlan
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hulk, also can be made from com known that the foregoing*arrangements ,,
The nominating committee presented Sears, treasurer. For Lions Tamer
cob or almost anX,other agricul- under Mr. Elarbee: will In
the following slate of officers Junior Colleges Get\Iden Harrington was chosen
containing cellulose. ,
turfl material affect the, TV services
no way named
for the commayear: prestodent and Oliver Sheppard was
:Mra Lawrence Stewart: Tlce! 1 undentand'thit furfural corn.plea which will be continued under the tall twister.
with a number of o rehemlcab" Be. Consolidated! management of Charles O'Conner
president Mrs.' Stanley Hooks; James Gibson and Albert
Mr. Miller said, "and
It has been for the several
past
secretary, Mrs. Guy Thompson; whether' win be built in as Bremd, one-year directors; Bill
treasurer, Mrs. Ralph Duran; a plant' on In Palm Beach Co. I,years. Gallick and J, G Weeks, two-year:
Belle Glade heavily
torian Mrs. Alma Burr and "depcepirf New service hour*Are announced directors. The Installation WlIJ be
that the
"I cost, factors He added
Kamentarlan. Mrs. Mildred as follows; Monday through June 21. t
rick. The installation of manufacture of furfural has "no Roosevelt Junior College all- Friday! S a._'m* until> p; m< and A special street lights committee -

win take place at the May, meet: I undesirable ,side effects concerned.so far" as It Negro educational Institution' slt from S,a. ,m. until noon Saturday. was named by Acting President
the community is A .rvlceman will be avallablCduring
I ing. uated la West Palm Beach will beconsolidated Harlan Sears The committeeis
t... 'A musical program was presented is a very clean process and thereis with Palm Beach weekends for emergency as follows; D., L. ,Hooks, Lawrence .
,
i' : by the Pahokee High School no ,polution of the atmosphere Junior College at Lake Wohth at serylceworlf, Mr. . r Glee Club under the direction of the beglnnlflt'of'" the next school and Albert Fremd ,

1-'. Miss Ellen Morgan. Disi Goy Cabinet year This decision was reached by Former ResidentIs For the past, several years the
x The room count award was presented the Board of Public Instruction: in Lions Club has served as agentfor
to Thomas Parker's' sixth a meeting on Wednesday night of the community?which is not

it grade. Mrs. Gibson's first grade I e.ting.Of. lions this week. Killed Crash Incorporated' as a .town In cot,
was in charge of refreshments. School I Board members, who tractlng for street lights with the
1'1'' voted unanimously to .do away :Florida Power and Light Q>n.Wny. .
Jackie: W. Bow,32, of Tampa,
District governor's cabinet second
with the Junior college operation .
10 Pet Off NormalIsReportByUSSC meeting of.the Lions clubs will be suggested iever.l possible died as the result of injuries received .
held in Pahokee, Sunday, April 11, ways in which the' building couldbe In a car crash last Friday
according to announcement by officials put to use. morning when bin car collided witha Services
of the club. District Deputy In' the fall ,the modern college car being driven by Mrs. Ellen Funeral
Governor Kyle Scott and Manning plant on 15th. street In West Palm Bath M, of Tarpon Springs, at an

The 1964-69 sugar cane harvest I. Keen, both past presidents{ of Beach will be, used as an "emer. Intersection of US19 and SR5M Mrs Esther HortonFuneral

of the United States'Sugar Corp. the Pahokee Club, are 1n; chargeof gency facility to relieve over- near Tampa.Mr .
arrangementa for the cabinet at Westward Junior Bowen was a nephew of
largest company,of its kind; in continental crowding
United States, ended last meeting. High. John Strayer of Canal Point and services will be held
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week. I During tie past several days had lived In; Tampa since he returned today (Friday) at the Canal Point

The freeze of the past winter members of the club have been PATTERSON CIRCLE from the service several Baptist church for Mrs. Esther
affected the harvest' of cane reducing busy rebuilding a new shelter The lone Patterson Circle win years ago. He was the son of Albert lay norton 40. who died Tuesday
the amount of sugar per house over Its barbecue pita ,t I I meet at the home of Mrs. W. 8.> Bowen and formerly lived In following 'a cerebral hemorrhage

ton of cane and the amount of the rear of the club ground in preparation Evans, Monday April 12, at 230; Canal Point. He Is survived by a on Monday of this week. Intermentwill
cane per acre. for the barbecue dinner p. m. Mrs. W. 8. Cross will present number of close relatives in be at the Fbreverglades Mausoleum

W. C. Prewitt. vict president, that win be served duringthe the program. Tampa. at Belle dads.Survivors "
agriculture of the company. said meeting to be held Sunday.C. . Include her widower.
the yield was as gnat as could be I _......- Mrs. Lewis Cowart returned to Mrs. Ollle Adams Is the guest Harold of Pahokee; one son Rob-

expected but was estimated to be' T. Bcroggln is a'patient at her home from Good Samaritan ,. this week of her son-in-law and ert; one daughter, Linda Carol
about 10 per cent off ,a normal, Good Samaritan Hospital where, Hospital this week after undergo- daughter Mr. and Mrs. Steve both of Pahokee; mother '-Mrs.
harvest free of frees : be underwent Tuesday. big recent I I Stevens in Clewiiton.r Bessie Dawson of Tforthfield., N. J.
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Farris Can Keep Mptorcycje Races I Canal PoinWMS

flis pgnjpany Title South Bay Sunday Met On Tuesday-


Tallahassee Fonntr Coy. Farris Then will be another motor-: The Canal Point Baptist WHS
)Bryant of Jacksonville an 11, 1965. There will be,I,Business meeting Tuesday night.April ,
other officers of the new insurant I dUo April i I
6th, at the Church. Mrs.
firm I can keep the nasae "National, top riders from all over the state
McCall had charge of the
Life Insurance Co. of Florida.." competing fer large trophies.. I I Virgie
xf Insurance Commissioner Brow- Among the riders will be Dean I I program The Baptist World Alliance

ard Williams authored use of the Dyed; *, Belle Glade; lime Cauley, 1 I ," assisted by Mrs. Juanita
name after studying testimony CanaJ} Point; Donalf ghortnacy, |I Bracewell, Mrs. Beulah George,
taken In two bearings and 1tu4 Belle Glade; Idell fkina, Canal Mrs. Dee :Maxson, Mrs. Alma Nail
decisions. Point Clewiston I and Mrs.. Barbara Stewart.
Ing judicial ; Doyle Haulcomb}
Shortly after Bryant and,other There will also be a yom en's class. I Mrs. R. T. Smith, President
The Rardin Buil Jng In CanaJ 1 Point FloridaTHE state financial leaders organizedthe The races will be held across the {I I presided over the business session.'
She appointed the following as our
company, two established companies street. from the new Variety Store.
LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF 'I Mr
committee
|nominating Virgie
objected to the name that They start at 2 p. m. :
was selected. There will be a donation of $UQ'' McCall, chairman, Mrs. Kathryn
THE EVERGLADES NEWS Williams said Florida law requires to help pay for trophies for"the I' Rardin and Mrs. Barbara Stewartto

<< disapproval pf a new insurance riders. Children! under 12 with parents work with her.
Serving the Like Okeechobe Farming Region Without} t
Our Home Missions Offeripg exceeded -
: company's name only if the free.CARD .
Interruption Every! Week for 40 Years
commissioner Is of the opinion the I our goal of 230.00 to
Established March 11 1924 Published I IfptWq
Every Friday proposed name Is so similar to I OF THANKS $239.86..Mr .
i Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe those of existing companies thatit I wish to thank! my many ;friend I -. r "

Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office will cause confusion.Bob I, for their many kindnesses, fU>w-j: 'and Wfi Harry Brook EJar-
lit pa.nay Point, Florida! aa Second Class Matter al. ers, cards and prayers during my Myer has returned to his recent weekend with .relatives (In Tanjjiu.
Paul Rardin illness.Mrs. i i i ii iiMr
Owner Editor Publisher .1 .11 ii
duties as instructor at Dade Jun- C. B. Jones
ior College, Miami following a visit I and Mw. Calvin} Padgftt
Largest BuildingIn Quality Courts with his wife, Mrs. Bob Myer, and Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Tillis were !and family qf Waldo were ,toe
Offer New Service lon, Butch, at the home of her the overnight guests Friday of I weekend guests of the parents,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas. I her sister-in-law Mrs.. Lawrence Mayor and Mrs. Duncan Padgettand
World ToppedJut" DAYTONA BEACH-A new Jaudon and family. | Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Scruggs.

reservations center for travelers
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At Kennedy any seeking Quality guaranteed Court Motel reservations has open-at 1-----(.. .. ...t"":"<.<"-':'<.{.. 40..:.. ...:.. <..:.-(..,:...: {.<,.(..-(. (r-9 ) "

featuring ed In Atlanta, Ga. ?
A some of According to Quality's presidentJohn .,
the! top names in American Industry G. Lacock. all reservationsmade X

; space exploration and the mil by the center for Quality

itary was announced today for Motels In any of 384 cities are t _. +.
"topping out" the world's largest guaranteed. Rooms will be held .:" Phone 9245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade X
building, National Aeronautics and until 6 p. m. on personal identifies Y ,
Administration's tion, and if prepaid, rooms, will be
Space Vehicle held for late SALES and SERVICE >
Assembly Building at Merrltt Island arrival. : :

Making, Florida the, April announcement 14. wasJ. .I Travelers at any can one now of the book 500 reservations Qual-- > Heating Air Conditioning Appliances't,

ity Motels through a single telephone -
Donald Rollins, president of
call to the "Hot Line" ser ... .. ... .. .. .. .. *. *. .4. *. *tV *. .... ..:.
United States Steel's American > : : : : > : : : *V>*y *J**r *U *J > V 4/1*{ 4: *M **Y *1y > 4>+(to
vice. The Atlanta office, according -
Bridge Division, host for the event.
Lacock ... ,
to will be open seven ,
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erected the 57,000-ton- steel skele- days a week.Orlando. .
ton for the Vehicle Assembly
Building where giant Saturn space All Set
vehicles will be assembled in up-
right positions for manned voyages -
to the moon. For Industry Show
The ceremony is scheduled to AJ
begin at 11 a. m. at the building fourth _
site In the Merrltt Island Launch ORLANDO- annual 4'
Area, with music by the 'Third I Florida Industries Exposition, vet W ,3i
Army Band from Fort McPherson, I for Orlando April 27-30, will,have
Oa. an added attraction this year.
Dr. Charles W. Campbell, chairman f
Following brief remarks by
of the sponsoring Florida Develop- } i Yp
von Braun, Dr Debus, Generals 'fy,
Wilson an4 Welling, Col. Starnes, ment Commission, has disclosed c !
and Messrs. Paddock and Rollins, that a Festival of Florida Food
a signal will be given'to hoist the30foot Products will be a part of the ex-
steel beam containing hundreds -' position for the first time.
of autographs, 524 feet to Campbell described the exposition -
the top of the building. A distinctive as a spectacular showcase of
white, the beam will stand out what Floridians can produce and
in the structure as a tribute not the food industry la an Important E
only to everyone who has-participated segment of the state's economy.
In construction of the building State Agricultural Commissioner -
; but to' every American, as Doyle Conner explained the"project
well, who has a vital Interest and as part'' of a long-range goal
slake In the .U.: fl. manned space of building an effective marketing
'place for Florida agricultural
can Bridge "!will host a buffet lunch-
prpgramFollowing. products.
,the cerentony, Awert- The exposition was developed In
eon,fbr parucIp into; invited guests order to boost sales of Florida pro-
and newsmen. NAsA Public At- .ducts and In the past many, major
fairs will conduct a guided tour of 'contracts have been executed on'
the! MerrUt Igiand', Launch Area i the display floor, making the exposition
and Cap Kennedy for' the group. I not only a showplace, but
U1t1g'tbe "afternoon.Popularly .: :a marketing place. .as well.:
.
,known as the VAB
"the.. structure haj been caned one :
Economy Tp Rule In .
of,the. most momfiuenfal- construe

.. House During '1965
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cubic volume':thin any other structure -
In the world.. (If:is also one ofthe .
most.qnusuaf from the standpoint TALAHASSEE House Speak- Add rooms to your /iom. If II cost you pMiii/f. ,
-of design due to the large sr-deslgnate E.! C. Rowell of Sum-

open bays necessary to assemble ter County says house management Take an ordinary tack yard. Add a little light-and you've got a brander ,
Apollo-Saturn V space vehicles In under him will be as econom- sf t'
a vertical posltioat, ical during the 1 .session of the breeze-swept living area for the evening hours. For family cookout For f'

Legislature ,as he expects, state enjoyable entertaining. Now stick in a few electric mushroom-type re flector* 1

yunrywuwuwjw agencies to be. In your flower beds-and you've got yourself an after-dark wonderland. And "' ,
One item to save expenses during think of the convenience of an automatic pn-at-dusk, off-at-dawn electric
the session is the Installationof
SCHOOL'SOPEN four-watt telephone lines for .. poetlight that glows a welcome to friends (a good_safety factor, too). .,
'" unrestricted long distance calling. ,
- With a $2,400-a-month charge forth Anyone can afford electric outdoor,lighting. Worth much. more+ than it COlt. hi '" \
lines, legislators will have no d<
I limit on how many calls they contractor, or lighting stone r'r'e ;
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make, Including personal and business .
calls as well as stat busi-
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In the past, the state has picked ... "..
up the tab for'many long dist- ,

i ance calls made by legislators OP fAME .tSS
many of which were personal. :
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Friday, April 9, 1965

Page Four The,1Cvel'1ade. New, Canal Point, Florl a 534TT
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G length dross
wore cress es of rose

Thurmond Kemp Irma Faye Jones organza over taffeta. All carried

I r PERSONAL: NEWS :N NOTES J Weds Jimmie Wed R. W. HardawayThe cascades babies' breath.of pink carnations and


Leigh MillsMiss FIrt Baptist Church In Saturday West Flower girl was Patty Fitzger-

Palm Beach was the setting aldSteve
-------- Jimmie Leigh Mills of marriage of Miss Irma Jones, brother of the bride,
.h; Sunday: guest of Miss Yvonne T/ipp Alderman, son of Mr and for the i'
h Thompson, was Jim Chaplin of MI- Mrs. L. G. Alderman, Is a patientin Belle Glade and Thurman L. Kemp. Faye Jones and Richard Wayne was ringbearer.1
Miami son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H Kemp Neal Kirby of Lake Worthwas
'aml and a student at Stetson University a Hospital. Hardaway.Dr. Jerry !
; Pahokte, were married Thursday, performed the .
DeLand. Jess Moody_ best man.Serving
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W-R. Shaekford was transferred April 1, at 10 a. m. at the home of 3 p. m. ceremony. as ushers were Gene

:., Capt. and Mrs. Millard Stanley from Everglades Memorial the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. The bride is the< daughter of }11'. Parnell of Lake Park, and Sammy .

plan to leave this week for their Hospital to Lantana Hospital this George W. Mills, 633 SE 7th Dr., and Mrs. Sam Thomas Jones 1543 I G. Jones of Warner RobinsAir

follow-ing past week. Belle Glade, with Rev. Luther A. Maypop Road. She Is a 1962 grad II Force Base, Warner Robins,

a two week with his par "Roy Vandegrift, Sr., is a patientat Key, pastor of the Belle Glade uate of Forest Hill High School ,' Ga, brother of the bride.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Stanley. First Baptist Church officiatingat employ.d as a I
St. Mary's Hospital, West Palm and was formerly I The reception was held at the
the double-ring ceremony. The Retail Credit Co. In Church.
Beach. secretary for First Baptist Assistingwere
Bobby Bush of Ft. Myers was
.the guest of his mother, Mrs. Arthur living room of the Mills home was .West Palm Beach. Miss Joan Murray, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Richardson decorated for the occasion with The bridegroom is the son of I Fitzgerald Miss Judy
Raymond
Bush, ,,Thursday, April 1.
have as their guests, his sister and arrangements of white iris, gladioli Mr. and Mrs Richard D. Harda Jones and Miss Janell Wright of

I' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Youngue family, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Kaufflnail and English ivy, and was lighted way of Lake Worth. He was! grad Jacksonville.The .

have returned to their home in of South Mountain, Pa., and with a 15-branched- candelabra uated from Pahokee High Schoolin I couple are living at 600

Ocala after a three year stay In Mr. and Mrs. Danny Groves also of entwined with fern. 1959 and Palm Beach Junior Karen Drive, Titusville.

Pahokee. Mr. Youngue is employed South Mountain. Mrs. Douglas Lee serving as College in 1962. He Is employed by I ..

by Chase and Company, I \ hr sister's maid of honor and only Retail Credit Co. in Titusville. .
of
Mr. and Mrs.'Arnold Barad
attendant, wore a 'street-length Given in marriage by her father r
-' Mr. and Mrs. Dick Parrish and West Palm Beach were the week dress of pale blue Imported cot- the brid wore a gown of white

daughter, Debbie, were weekend' end guests of Mr. and Mrs. James ton with basque bodice and pale fashioned with a scooped

visitors in Boca Raton where they I Gibson. pink accessories, and a pink orchid I organza neckline trimmed with lace and \
were the house guests of their :
i Nat Nason has returned to his corsage. seed pEarls. The skirt was appli-
:son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and home in West Palm Beach follow- Given in marriage by her father, qued with lace and ended in a I
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'Mrs. Bob Maxson, and son, Todd. off-
the bride wore a street-length !
I
ing a weekend visit with his grand. chapel train.
Miss Ruth Colvard returned to parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Max- white crepe dress styled with Her fingertip veil of net wis I ,

'her studies at Stetson University, son. long tapered sleeves'and a V- attached to a cluster of rosebuds ..

DeLand, following a visit with her neckline which was outlined with made of seed pearls. The bride car .: l
Mrs. Charlotte Walston has returned hand made roses, givingit
parents, Rev. and, Mrs. Guthrie appliqued ried a bouquet of white carnations
Colvard. to her teaching duties,--In a scalloped effect.. A" short ,veil and an orchid.
Canal Point following her confinement was attached to a small rose-de- I Maid of honor was Miss Helen

Ernest Johnson, Jr., underwent at'Everglades Memorial Hos sign headpiece. She carried acas-. I.Jones the bride's sister, who wore YlA1G'ieW.m'en
last pital. cade of tuberoses and French car-
I' emergency appendectomy a dress of green organza over taf
week at Everglades Memorial HospitaL nations centered with a white or-
:Mr. and Mr. Bob Cote spent Sun feta.Miss
chid entwined with English ivy. .
the of and Linda Jones, also the bride'ssister
Mayor
day as guests brother-in-law
Reuben Crews is a patient, at Mrs. Duncan Padgett. of Douglas W served Lee, Mr. Kemp's and Miss Nancy Carol e give 'em roomY
the bride, as bride's
I Green of Jacksonville, the
Everglades Memorial Hospital.Mrs. .....
A-lc Mike Maxson has returned best man. cousin were bridesmaids.! The ........ u.V' .-......
Lloyd Hundley and Mrs. to, McCoy AFB, Orlando, followinga I Mrs. Mills chose for her daughter's I -
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Martha McIntosh accompanied by stay in the Boloxl, Miss., 'Air wedding an Ivory linen sheath -

Wayne Hundley motored to Force Base Hospital where he underwent with Ivory accessories; and Mrs.

Gainesville Sunday where they tests. Kemp, mother of the bridegroom, '"

were the guests of Mrs. Hundley'sson a pink linen sheath with navy and
Lt. and Mrs Bill Carey and son white accessories. Both wore yel- BILL
and daughter-in-law, Mr.. and GORDON
Jeff, left Wednesday for Ft. Sill, low orchid corsages.A IteIevIeIon I-
Mrs. John Lloyd Hundley, ,and ( IMNM director)
Oklahoma. Lt. Carey has recently held at 'the
.Mrs. McIntosh's daughter and reception was I
completed a 13-month tour of dutyin Mills home immediately following
family. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Stubbs. Korea. Mrs. Carey and Jeff have the ceremony. The brlds's table, DRINKS MILK.

been making their home with her laid with an Imported white lace (3gl......ct.,,)

-- -- -. .-- .---.--..- partnts,. Mr. and Mrs.. Minter Col cloth was .decorated with an arrangement e
I ling of white stock, roses
HOW ABOUT YOU?
carnations, baby's breath and
Mrs. J. G. Bennett has 'returned
I to her: home in Hendersonvllle, English Ivy. The threecolumnedlayer 1T'B1CX GOOD 10 BE dusr FDR.TWE'YCXJNO
cake was sprinkled on top
N. following: a two-month visit

j with her son in-law and daughter with pearl hearts and.lilies of the ......... ....... ..... .........
valley. White gladioli fug mums --
Mr. ,
jI and Mrs. Edgar Wilder,
j and Iris were'also used in the dec-
jI t Ir _.
I r Mr. and Mrs. Dick Korbly had a* orations. 'Mrs.-'Edward< D.' Hum -- --

guests this past weekend his par- phries poured coffee from the silver -

I ents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Korbly, service while Mrs. Vera C.

l Sr., of Tampa.Mr Jones served portions of the wed-

I ding: cake. Mrs. William K. Ulm
:andMrs.. J. S. Atkins and the
also assisted at reception.
their daughter, Mrs. Gary Shelby,
The bride Is a graduate of Belle
Pf West,Palm.Beach, returned this
Glade High School and la presently -
weeKJrom Madlsonr. Ga., where employed by the Florida 'National -
they were called ,by the death of Bank at Belle Glade.

Mr. Atkins' father, D. T. Cooper. The bridegroom graduated from
Funeral services were' held Sunday

Pahokee High School with the
April 4, at 2 'p.
m. Class of 1953,: and is an airman,

first class.in the U. S. Air Force,

presently, stationed".at the Fuchu

Camera Club Has Air Station Tokyo, Japan.

'' The couple are spending a honeymoon
Meeting This Week in the Florida Keys and '
rodo.aa
r at West End, Grand Bahama Is 4'

'; The Pahokee Junior High School land.. At the end of a 28-day leave. .

Camera Club' had..their ,meeting Airman Kemp will return to Japan '

-t A- -' on April 7' from 11:38 to 1232. and Mrs.'Kemp will continue rNy

_: .For: the program, they judged to make .her: home with; her, par- "
eats in Belle Glade for the present

'keet/ie. pictures taken-by the members. time while he is overseas. Why should a J
The categories of the pictures you buy

'.; were. :people ,animals,.,places 'and .. >>i.. dam "'" '

I 'IJl'ldS Ji' rt stlJ'' ti fA'[ Nb.cafeBbrt ofd 1 people,..{e,","3-1 lr'lt Von Rainbow, Girsttn! 'N' ; U. U. S'"SavirigsJJllIds! when there are :t


i IJw/zoltlldr In thf category: fJr anttnals ad.7-2 Recent Meeting'" *>i .tr so'IIH other good investments?

won the places and things cate ..-.- 'I ....., ,-, or: ,.- ,. !
gory. Miss Elizabeth Gist presided at j :' !

inaction/ ,At the next meeting on May C, the'enmeeUng of the Pahokee c'
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{ i the members will go on'a picture- Rainbow Girls. Mrs. Annelle Nix answer help and your a country good is one But If you're like most peopl ,-
taking field trip on the campus of one. Tpull hang on to your Saving
Martin received the Marriage Ma- But Bonds have I;
other adBonds for the
DAILY DOUBLE big things you
1 the school jority certificate from Mother Advisor vantages that make them want in your future.
1 1st & 2nd RACES Lowell Gray Reporter Mrs. Marie Hughes. Refresh worth your consideration;

f QUINIELAS ments were served following the Just For about instance they offer you 2 And safe, of investment course. Bonds.....as long arer......
the
I> EVERY RACEi meeting by Miss Lotus Gray and ave money: either easiest with way to as there's a United States of .
the
i Miss Debbie Gross.APPRECIATION Payroll America. .
BIG PAYING Savings Plan where
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i f. PERFECTASADMISSION th m you just ask your employer to Which brings us back to '
put part of your wages aside your Bond
I 25 toward a Bond or through help defend freedom at a time <
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". loGooDird regular purchase of Bonds at when the enemies of freedom ,
I wish to thank friends your bank.
0 FREE PARKING my many are stronger than ever.
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and neighbors for their love and Another unique
advantage
IVI LUXURIOUS Buy Savings Bonds The ,_
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kindness during my recent Illness.I the( hanks or savings institution
way they stick a
CLUBHOUSE am especially grateful to all can set with you. You that sell them don't charge _;:

POST TIME 8 ;ISrfow !! of you and to all of the churches your money any time. you a penny for the service
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C. P. WSCS GroupA Meeting In W. P. B.

I I[News Of The Churches I
Home
new slate of officers was presented i Members of the Children's
to the Canal Point WSCS' Society Auxiliary met at StoiSf-

Tuesday night when they met with fer's restaurant at the Holiday Inn

their president, .Mrs. Donald. B. West Palm Beach, March 30.
Holy NatiyityNpiscopaiChurch flrfet BajitM th@ Pi l\6kee Church keep, in tine Sffiday 'i'c\bOi re&of Adi' IrCm the Glades area

Hie 'cTttSrcft: 55W: TSOtxt Maxson were: Mrs. It. I* Hatton, Pahokee;
ChUr t1 Canal PowUR. 01 The
frftgtffeiteAey. will serve as president for the new Mrs. W. B. Rhodes, Mrs. Marvin,

Pahokee *fllpatM year with Mrs. J. P. Parker as vice Unwin and Mrs. Francis L. Harris, "
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433 Bacom Point net president. Other officers are: recording all of Belle Glade.
Rev. L. Leasing, Vicar SUNDAY: 924-7528 ; secretary, Mrs. W. E. The next meeting will be May
phone P. O. Box 882
SUNDAY: 9:45 a. m.-Sunday SchOot SUNDAY SERVICES Johnson; treasurer, Mrs. Glenn 25, any adoptive parents or other
:
10 a. m.-Sunday School 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Powell secretary of Christian social mothers Interested in the Auxiliary -
11:00 a. m.-Worship Service 6:30 p.''m.-B. T. C. 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School suctions Mrs. -L. Hat-'
contact R.
Mrs. D. P.
Kepp
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11:00: i may
7:30 .-Evening Worship. a. m.-Sunday Worship
TUESDAYS p. : 6:30: p. m.-Juniors secretary of campus ministry,.Mrs. ton at 924-7313 or Mrs. Ralph

First Methodist 7:30 p. m.-Choir practice. 7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening L. R. KahTe; secretary of membership Johnson at 9247529 for more in-
Mrs. James Baugher; formation.
WEDNESDAY Evangelistic Service
Church PahokeeJohn : .
,
7:30 p. .-Midweek Prayer WEDNESDAY: secretary for missionary educationand
7:30 Midweek service, Mrs. O. Upthegrove;
Service. p. m.- Prayer Nancy Harrington
A. Bnley, Pastor
SUNDAY rHURSDAY:-Every other week meeting. secretary for program material,

9:45 a.: m.-Church School\ 7:30 p. m.-Ladles Auxiliary "Where you are a stranger but Mrs. J, W. Repper; secretary of Home From CampMiss
life Mrs B. T. Vorhees;
Meeting. once. spiritual ,
11:00 W6rah) $ _
a. m.-Morning
.
secretary of supply work, Mrs. Nancy Harrington has returned -
6:45 m.-MYF
p. Glades Waiter Kautz; secretary of missionary from Camp Cloverleaf,
Baptist Church
7:45 p. m.Evening Worship St teter's Lutheran
personnel! Mrs. A. R. Lake Placid where she was awarded

rUESDAY: Church Belle Glade Harrington.The I. a first place, blue ribbon, in the
7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac (Rev. Jonathan L. Wolf) ,
nominating committee for insect identification contest and a
ticeWEDNESDAY Meets In Pahokee Lions Club -
August Koerber, Pastor 1965-66 will be Mrs. L. R. Kahle, second place, red ribbon, in the
: Building.
60i W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade chairman; Mrs. Brooks Hendersonand plant identification contest at the
7:45 p. m.-Mld..week devotions SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 'a. m.
SUNDAY: Mrs. B. T. "Vorhees. Mrs O. annual District 10 4-H Events
m.
PREACHING-11:00 a. and
Divine Services 11 A. M. H. Sheppard' will be chairman of weekend. Miss, Harrington and
7:30
8:30 p. -Senior Choir prac- p. M.
School 9:45 A.M. the publication committee and Miss Penny Pennington of Lake
tice SUNDAY B. Y. F.6:30 p. m. .
WED. PRAYER-7:30 p. m. Mrs. W. K. Buchanan will serve Harbor, a former resident of Paho

Church Of Christ as chairman of the sunshine com- kee, participated in the District
First Baptist mittee. 4-H Dress Revue, each winning a
Canal Point
Church, Pahokee 125: N. W. Avenue D Mrs. A. R. Harrington presented white ribbon. Miss Harrington and
Baptist Church Phone WY 6-3867 the program entitled "It Is My Hiss Diane Drake of West Palm

Gutbrie W. Colvard, Pastor Belle Glade, Fla. Son". Refreshments were served Beach represented Palm Beach 4-H ,
SUNDAY: Lawrence Stewart, Pastor SUNDAY SERVICES by Mrs. Pete Hollon following the council at a special meeting to

9:45 a. m.-Sunday School SUNDAY: 10:00: a. m.-Bible, Study business, meeting. elect district delegates to attend
11:00 a. .-Morning Worship 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 11:00: a.: m.-Morning Worship .! the State 4-H Events Week at the

6JO: p. m.-Evening Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 7:30: p. nu-Evening Worship WSCS In PahokeeIn University of Florida, Gainesville
6:45 p. m.-Training Union 6:30: p. m.-Training Union WEDNESDAY In June. Miss Drake was electedan

WEDNESDAY: 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship 7.30 p. m. -Blble Study Regular] MeetingAt alternate district delegate to
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service WEDNESDAY: attend the State meet.
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7:30 p. m.-.Prayer. Meeting Philathea Class In the Monday night meeting cf .4.

The Church Of God the Pahokee WSCS with Mrs. J. L. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mueller hadas

South Side ChurchOf Regular MeetingThe Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs.
Of Prophecy PahokeeCanal Reeves, president, presiding the
Chester H. Miller and family of
Point Road ChristBelle Philathea class of the First group voted to increase the supply West Palm Beach; Mr. and Mrs.
work fund to a substantial amount. John of Belle Glade and
Reynolds
Baptist Church,Pahokee, held their
John H. Kmard, pastor Glade across from
Three recommendations
were
; pass- Miss Patricia Powers of Clewis-
regular business meeting at the
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School Boning Alley on Rd. 80 ed: giving baby memberships this
ton.UlilMIMII.I.III.l.ljlJ"l1.
home of Mrs. M. J. Sapp, last
11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service 10:00: a. m.-Bible Study sitting May 30 at 7:45 m.
year; p.
week. In the absence of Mrs. L. G.
7:45 p. Evangelistic Service 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship as WSCS installation night and
8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.LB. 6:30: p. m.-Evening Service Alderman, Mrs. E B. Gamble presented going on record to reimburse the
8:00 Thursday-W.M.B. 7:30 Wed Bible the devotionals and gave a ; ; \Li4 I.v.I
: p. m. : p. m.- Study president for out-of-town meeting
Everyone welcome. Special music short talk on "Witnessing". Following -

and singing. The Methodist Church refreshment.a short were business served by meeting Mrs. expenses.Mrs. Reeves announced that the PRINCE THEATRE

Canal Point Florida Sapp assisted by Mrs.,Seth Rob annual WSCS Florida Conferencewill
Church Of God, be held on April 20 at Tampaand PAHOKEE, FLA.
erta. Mrs. Nellie Phillips was welcomed ,
the WSCS leadership training MI

Barfield HighwayPahokee James W. Baugher, Pastor as a visitor.. .. course will be held on May 13 at SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY
SUNDAY: Lake Worth. In other announce-
Fla. 9:45: a. m.Sunday School. FORMER PASTOR VISITS ments, Mrs. Robert Apelgren reported APRIL 1M2-13

A.1.. Stone, Minister 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Rev. and Mrs. T. A. Ferguson, that the kitchen dishes have "THE SATAN
Phone 924-7363 6:00 accompanied by their daughter,
: p. m-Evening Worship
been increased to 100 set-
place
SUNDAY (rUESDAY- Miss Allie Ferguson, returned to ,Ings. BUG"
9:45: School 8:00 Woman's their home in Quincy following a
: a. m.-Sunday : p. in/ Society
Circle chairmen reminded
11:00 a. m.Morning Worship 1st TuesdayWEDNESDA'i visit with friends in Pahokee. Rev. were GEORGE MAIIARIS AND
that April 19 will be the last circle
7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser- : Ferguson .is a former pastor of the ANNE FRANCISIN
meeting of the for members
viceTUESDAY 7:30: p. m.-Prayer :Meeting Pahokee First Methodist Church. year
: While here they were the house to complete their pledges. The attendance ( COLOR)

7:30: p. ra.--Prayer Service SL Mary's Catholic guests of Mr. and :Mrs. H. J. Anlers'on pin was awarded" to the
Miriam circle. ,, ,
THURSDAY: and lucre honored with an \'JMi'I'M'lll.'I: J..I'lll.l
7:30 p. mv-Youth for Christ 'Crunch open house at'the' : home of Mr. and The prtgrain was presented' by I;, -. ."
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Father Francis Fennech, Pastor
CLASSIFIED ADS PAY Sunday Mass- 11:30 a. m. CLASSIFIED ADS PAY anlty. ClassifiedAds
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t 'eossifieds,
I as you wish to call
I hero, are payable in advance from
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the Beti 'OmkAJix CHa'Pttr 'irl tat '(ils day forward Don't phone 'em.

the home of Mrs. j\J.1y,14t; yo frits it and drop a dollar bulks

Your M raeyEarris More Thursday night with Mrs. Rita the envelope you want it funonce.

: I ,. 1 Faye. Hooka preshUng, .,Pjan* were. : 32 if you want it run twice

made, to. participate in.the Beta and so on. '
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AT EVfR&LA&ES 'FEDERAL i quet on April t\30. Mrs. Barbara .mrs IN THE ATTIO that ytfu

: Sbirley'islre as chK&t&n'for I don't need? A $1.00 classified idn. '

: the. chapter/,preparttg for Jhe ', this column win probably Cad:

Why not get the highest ,rate of interest_ available in South Florida,", : banquet, which will be held In.. the you a' sale. Just write your ad,.eploaea ,
.. : dining 'ro n at Ole Ittll&y ttn,' dollar and well do the rest

I. when you place your money'in! savings account. This place is at the ; : Belle;Glade.VdteTtorlMe. The Everglades News Canal Point
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Everglades Federal in Belle Glade or in Pahokee.No savings institu- !.
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sestet. ballot ,at, the SHTTIO TANK PUMPINO AND
tion in Florida pays more than 4V6 percent and here your money, is j: 'meeting. Th f4 ntlty of 'the Girl REPAIR Service in dewistofc.
of the Year will at the
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insured by an instrument off l'h'e Federal i.overnment., Your moneyis banquet: aDd Canal Point. Serving the
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safe at all times land WacfiVy available whenever want it. years. Phone fcl-
j you program entitled "Sculpture, and H2G. H. I* Pitta old Belle Clare
i 'aintiDg and 'displayed some of 'i ad. st Oct 16-ch.tt

I, .. her own charcoal drawings.The -
:',' .. Drop By One ,Of Our Locations Today And Talk It Over With The next meeting will be held at FOR SALE New and Used Wings
the home of Mrs. Betty Collins on Jeeps Walter Ashley's Gang
: Vriendly Folks In'Charge. You'll Enjoy Saving Here. ..' 'la 1tldlt), :'Aprfl '22. Mrs. Sheila la Belle Clare, Phone 6-3058.

j Ames will present the program. OctlT-54-ch.

Mrs. Louise Brown was hostess
FOR SALE
: Full length lace sad
.1! EVERGLADES FEDERAL a. ments.urlng the Serving of refresh ;nylon organdy wedding gown with

chapel train. The number to call If

Savings And Loan Association Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard interested .Is 924 770. A9pM
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I ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDERAL 8 A VINOS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP. early :
Friday night where they attended stamps on or off envelopes,

ahokee Belle Glade a revival at the Baptist Churchudadbct staaaplew (folded. 'covers'), or lEl.
.1' 1 ed'by atudlnte from 8t t- tctiorfs 6t the W',PtocWVrHe

son University. Miss Ruth Col and what you have. W. &btn. n.'..0.

was director of ,revival music. Box 2104 Delray Beach, Pis. A9p






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group M to the terrain and spoil .
I Tuesday Meeting Of Mrs. DuBose Tells
of interest studied in recent bible .:
1 Pahokee WMU Held. Of ;Holy Land Trip lessons by the class. '
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at rye .
I Mrs. E. B. Gamble presided I ",
the Fidelia, Deo Valente and Loy- Mrs. Mary Gore Mrs. Lois White
f the Tuesday morning meeting of alette Sunday School classes metIn and Mrs. Rachel :Menasco. < a
a the Pahokee W. M. U. held at the the social hall of the First Baptist --- -.r-

First Baptist church. The pro I Church Monday night and Miss Yvonne Thompson and her
gram, presented by Mrs. Guthrie heard Mrs. Tommie Le) DuBosetell room mate Miss Donna Derides"
Colvard, was a resume of the Baptist I of her experiences on a recent returned to Stetson University .
s I World Alliance. She announced trip to the Holy Land. With the Monday, following a week's visit
I that the Alliance will meet use of a elide projector Mrs. Du with Miss Thompson's parents, Mr.
June 25: thru 30 in Miami for their Bose the and '
I was able to enlighten Mr. Joe Thompson. .
,11 first meeting In the United States. ...
Mrs. W. A. Keen asked for Merchant -- --- ....- -,
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:Rehabilitation re-sale by the Center.West Palm Beach HOW\ABOUT YOU'R"BTOO

a. GOOD TO DEdUCE FOR/THE XXJNO
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MR. AND MRS. WAYNE C. BROWNING

The First Methodist Church In Pahoke was the scene of the wed
ding of Miss Kathleen Wilson and Wayne C. Browning on March 19 .
at 8 p. m. Mrs. Browning is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James II.
Wilson of Pahokee and Mr. Browning is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Browning of Canal Point
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Easter Concert By Dance Planned By I y '65 Chevrolet Impala Sport Coups

St. Mary SocietyThe ,
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Pan American dance sponsored ,. .J. .
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The annual Easter Concert at 'of Pahokee and the St. Phil .t;' ,..t:....
the First Methodist Church In lip Altar Society of Belle Glade ,':I J "
I Pahokee will be presented by the will be held Saturday, April 24, at "

I Chancel, Junior and Cherub the Belle Glade Armory. Ticketsare

I Choirs in the church sanctuary i>ow on sa'e' for $:S.OO per.. i
couple.
Sunday, April 11, at 7:45 p. m. 1 '
Pahokee committee in charge is iii'' 65 Chevelle Mal 4-Door Station Wagon.
The concert will be under the direction -
Miss Batista
composed of Mertha t
of Marian Hatton. Miss Martha Presno and I Mrs. r
The Cherubs will sing "Do You Charles Modccki.
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Heart" and "Just Because He
t, Loved Me So." Budget "Tight" As "

I A spiritual, "Not a Word," will .
be sung by the Junior Choir; also 65 Session "
Opens .
an Appalachian folk hymn, "Nail .
1" ed to the Cross;" Thompson's \< : k-
"Carol of the Robins," with Lynn Governor Haydon Burns spelledout

Hatton and Donna Wright singing a firm no-tax increase policyto .; '65 Chevy D Nova Sport Coup
solo parts; and another spiritual, the opening of'the 1965 Florida ,
L, "Were. You There?" Legislature Tuesday and bluntly ,; .
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Williams' "Draw Night to' Jerusalem would be inviting the federal 'ii' ,

Marth's "Jesus In the Garden courts to take over. / ..
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," Vincent's "As It Began to balconies of the flowerbankedHouse ,
Dawn," McCormick's "Early in to hear the state's 35th:
the Morning," Alberti's "Is, tt chief executive'detail his programto ,
Nothing to Your McCormJck's a Joint session of senators 'and ". 1.-
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,: ; Thou That Sleepest.- House Speaker E. C. Roweli S \ \ '65 Coralr! Corta Sport Coupe' J

.- The. v offertory song will I', beSpeaks' Joined with Burns in urging a firm If you've been sitting tight waiting for just *' t* i
J"In, the End of the Sab- stand against new taxes.
bath," a' solo by Barbara Branch. He said the budget is "admittedly your kind of car, with just your kind of poive/v
I Voices of the Chancel Choir include tight" but that with a $13 million ,
I those of Barbara Branch, cushion against possible revenue at just your kind of price-wait no longer ;
Signora, Briley, Penny. Clark, declines the needs could be
Marjorie Hatton, Irene Hurt Laarie met without increases. Chevrolet It's a bigger, more Cb''i1I1. No car. o trim has a '
Justice, :Martha Lewis,. Dell Senate President James E. Con beautiful car this year.Which right' to be so thrifty. Butis r
McDowell, Faye McDowell Peggy' nor, while not as outspoken why that handsome silhou- thrifty it is, with moneyh'
Olsen, Debbie Parrish Estelle against new taxes stressed that ette could mistaken for cars savers like brakes that adjust
1 i Sanders, Ann Rita Turbeville, he will''insist on a balanced budget costing a thousand-r even two ,themselves and a,. long-lived z J
Anita Cowart and Marie Hendrix, "a budget In which the antici- thousand-dollars'rn6re.. exhaust system
sopranos; Tammy Branch, Lillian pated revenues will be sufficient f \\11
Padgett Marlon Sanders and Wil- to cover the costs of approprlationaAthat I Chwtte. Thlsibnefstg6t'1iVe'ly Cornlr. Ask any' '65 '.Corvair CIF '
lola: Tyson, altos; Louis Davis, R. we adopt." looks, spirited power, a softer owner how it feels to drive a
L. Hatton and Robert J. Schroder ride-and remarkable room car ,with such easy steering, f

tenors; Chuck Elliott John Kent Baugher Has atop a highly maneuverable1 tenacious traction and resp<>n-
Hatton, H. H. Hendrix O. B. McClure wheelbase. No wonder it's sive rear-engine powerl:And be HIGH TIME TO TRADE '
\ Michael Sanders and Henry Birthday PartyMrs. today's favorite mid-size car. ready to do lots of listening. AT rom CHCVteur Kiurt
nyder, basses.TREASURER _
, If : James Baugher entertain lint lots spring to o hew Chevrolet, Chevelle, Corvair Chevy or Corvette
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tained his cousin,i Hon Broward 3. She was assisted by Mrs. Elmer
" Williams Florida State Treasurer, Uaxson In serving 'the traditional Stanley Chevrolet Inc.

of Tallahassee, with a family pie.alc cake and ice cream to the twenty :
at Paul Rardin Park, Sunday. guests attending. Each guest re
Approximately S,mfmbera of the ceived,a favor of balloons and 164 Lake Ave. Pahokee, Fla. Phone 9245593f.t.r '
family and friends attended I whistles.

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