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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: April 16, 1965
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
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April 16,1965 PUBLISHED WEEKLY, IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN


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Jamboree DrawsLodalBofScouts Clermont Grove Revival Starts Sunday At
Is For Tourists,
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() 'CLERMONT-One of Central
Canal Point ChurchOsceola
Florida's most popular tourist at- Baptist
Twenty-three Boy Scout from tractions is the,Governor's Grove,
this area, 15 from Pahokee Troop owned by Minute Maid Groves
628 and eight from Canal Point Corporation, located Just south of Upthegrove There will be a revival In the
took part in the recent Gulf Clermont on U. S. Highway 27. Receives AwardOsceola Canal Point Baptist Church Sun
Stream Council's Boy Scout Jam- The Governor's Grove 'was established day April 18 through 25. Dr. W.
boree at Camp Tanah Keeta near in 1958: In recognition of G. Stracener, editor of the Florida
Jupiter. the 50th annual national Gov- Upth ge rove received a Baptist Witness, will be the evan
Highlight of activities at this ernors' Conference held in Miami certificate of recognition for out gelist.
jamboree was the use of lightweight Beach, In this one-acre grove thereis standing management In health In' Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Dempsey,
packages of dehydratedfoods a, Valencia orange tree for, each I surance from the General l Agents the minister of music and organist
in the preparation of the five I state and territory of; the United i-H and Managers Conference of the of the First Baptist Church,
meals served. Both the Pahokeeand States. Palm Beaches, at a luncheon held Okeechobee, will be in charge of
Canal Point Boy Scout groups The aisles between ;the trees Lithe In the Holiday Inn restaurant, I the music program. Mr. and Mrs.
were awarded second-place yellow grove are sodded to provideease West Palm Beach, Monday. Mr. Dempsey both have a B. A. degree
ribbons in overall achievement at in leisurely ,strolls among the JOHN 11\ KIRK Upthegrove IS a member of the from Baylor University In Music
the Jamboree. trees. Picnic tables are.also provided Southern Health and Life Insurance -!Theory. They ,were both participants -
Attending from Pahokee Troop in a spot providing'.& panoramic Company and has receivedthis in the A Cappela, Chapel and
628 were Dick Hurt, senior patrol view of Central Florida's. : Funeral Services.ExSheriffKirk award for the second consecutive Audatorio choirs.
leader; Robert Levins. Jr., leaderof grove lands.Although year.Crops. Mr. Dempsey is a member of
the Gator Patrol and Reid L.v-: no official count of -* Phi Mu Alpha National Music Fraternity -
ins, Darryl Levins, Guy Wood, Leo !i visitors to the Govrnprs:: Grove la .i Mrs. Dempey was electeda
McCarty, Paul Cook and Tommy r kept, it is estimated that mora I Field Day member of Who's Who In AmerIcan
Perry members of the Gator Patrol -I! than 30,000 people stop each year I I Funeral services will be held Universities. Mrs. Dempsey is
; Denny Denton, acting leader to see their state tree. Full employed by the Public School
this (Friday) afternoon for JohnF. Agenda
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of the Wolf Patrol, and Omar Adams Kirk Sr., former sheriff of
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Jerry Curtis Bruce Andrews, [ r -- piano teacher In that city.
Attend{ Palm Beach county, who died
Lamar Reeder, Robert Holmes, Many Lions I TuesdaY' afternoon following a Associate County Agent John They are both excellent musicians
and Mack Kramer, patrol mem severe illness of emphysema. Mr. Causey has announced the program and will add much to the revival -
bers. They were accompanied by I Pahokee MeetingKyle I Kirk was taken to the hospital In for the annual Everglades services. The Chapel and
Scoutmaster Tom Martinez and February but had recovered suffljciently Experiment Station Vegetable Sanctuary choirs of the church will
Vance Denton Glades District: official -- i to be returned to his home Crops Field Day to be held in Belle be working under the direction of
who furnished dart for Scott deputy district &'QV. {'until'Tuesday when he was strick Glado on May 4. Eleven members the Dempsey during the evangelistic
transportation and supervised ernorand general. chairman i>f,the. severely snddtc4slfc' hours of the staff hays beenjelected to endeavor. ,
troop activities at the 'Jamboree r Itfs'lfict ': .D.RJoni International" f..n. he,.was .taken Wk to the take part on the program by Dr. The wrviees will begin nightlyat
Also furnishing cars for transpor.tation cabinet' meeting reported that the hospital. Services will be held at W. T. Forsee* Jr., chemlstf! !n 7:45 p. m. with the exception of
were Richard F, Hurt and largest attendance ever was recorded -I the Ttfnrthwrwvl Baptist Church _In n charge of the! .station.! r' Sunday evenings when they will
Robert Levin, Sr. for the day-long festivities West Palm Beach of which he was During the morning session IT.V. begin at the regular time of 7:30.: .
Canal Point Boy Scouts attend- ,that took place at the Lions s member. L. Guzman, associate horticulturist All friends and neighbors are In-
ing were Lucky DoWer, Jeffrey Club in Pahokee Sunday after I Born in Dallas County, Mo. in I' will hold a discussion on vltd to attend.
Tarr, Louis Conley, Gary Conley noon. 1904 Kirk moved to Pahokee in vegetable variety trials 'Associate 'T __
Ernest Browning, Jerry Parker, Following the business session in 1928, when he drove his uncle, a Horticulturist E. A. Wolf; will follow
Alvin Wilson and Junior Martin, the afternoon, in which approxi-I truck driver there to see land he with a talk on the'progress' in Hurt Draws
accompanied by Scout master mately 150 Lions took part, the had bought. They arrived just sweet corn and celery' breeding Rogers
Donald Harrington. Can for trans- women and children of the guests ahead of the great 1928 hurricane. work.
portation were furnished Toy Scoutmaster were given a free fishing treat at I' He had intended to return to Vegetable nutrition Is the topicof Deadline NearsRichard
.t Harrington and. Mrs. Earl the Breakwater in Pahokee. Missouri, but Joined a semipro ball ,I Dr. H. W. Burdine, associate
Wilson. The two candidates for the district I team in Pahokee and became a soils chemist. Dr. J. A. Winchester -
governorship 'who attendedthe policeman to supplement his in assistant hematologist will explain Hurt drew an opponentin
House meeting were identified as J. I come. nematode control for vegetables the Group One Pahokee city
Community B. Brewer, Jr., of Fort Pierce and I In 1932, he married Inez Os- 'In the muck.Dr. L- P. Thayer council race as the deadline neared
Walter H. Keller. West Palm borne of Lakeland and moved to will then discuss the disease Wednesday noon at the city hall In'
Site 6 A. E Service Beach. These candidates will be i Belle Glade as police chief. lie control for celery. Next on the Pahokee. James T; Rogers quail-
.. elected to the governorship at the !quit his police Jdb to become con agenda will be the discussion on fled against Mr. Hurt thereby
.err elate convention to be held in I'stable, and In 1944 was) elected bactericides for the control of bacterial making opposition in all the races
\ The Community Center In Canal Tampa In May. sheriff. spots on cabbage by Dr. C. to come before the voters on May
Point will be the location for theEaster There were approximately 800 I He was re-elected sheriff of Wehlburg. associate plant patho 4th.A.
!I r Sunrise Service In Canal barbecued chicken, dinners served Palm Beach County: three time logist. J. Garnet 8r, qualified last
Point and It will be sponsored byI' at the gathering and about 2001 I Dr. J. R, Orsenlgo associate Thursday ,in Group Two In which
the Canal Point, Baptist Church were given away. The Glades area I horticulturist, will discuss herbi- Mrs. Patsy Wroten and George
('< and Canal Point Methodist Church growers, packers and brokers fully cides for vegetable crops and W. Tucker are running..Mr. Gamot i.
,with their respective pastor Rev, cooperated: with,the Ltons,Club Cantata Planned. G. Genung, associate entomologist, a former city councilman and ,a
'',. .. Lawrenc. Stewart and Rev. James- tn furnishing:the' vegetable given win explain the control l of Insects former president of the Lion'club.
f. W. Baugher. to;the CUelt.wat'the meeting. Pahokee BaptistsThe in: attacking cabbage and table It will be a two-man race',for
Dr. W. G. Stracener editor of legumes.. police chief on Tuesday, May 1
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t the Florida Baptist Witness and : The morning discussion will be with former Patrolman Grady
t '" one of the state's outstanding Lair Field Is Site First Baptist Church of concluded by Dr. E.'D. Harris, Jr. Chancellor opposing acting chief
I speakers will deliver the Sunrise Pahokee, Florida, win present an associate entomologist, with a talk Guy Wood.
: Easter sermon. lie is from Jack- Easter Cantata "Memories of on the control of toil insect, .
sonville and will be in Canal Pointto Easter Services Easter Morn" by Lorenz at the i sweet corn insects and celery Insects
, conduct a revival at the local morning Worship Hour on April ..
Baptist church starting at 11 a. 13. For the afternoon session Dr. Election Workers
m. Sunday. The Greater Pahokee EasterSunrise The Cantata will,be directed by J. It. hey assistant soils chemist,
r ? Special music for the morning's Service will be held at Mrs. Guthrie Colvard with Miss and T. W Casselman assistant agricultural Named'By CouncilPahokee
I service will be furnished by the Lair Field. April 18, at 0.15. The Faye Harris at the organ and Miss engineer, will conduct a
r combined choirs of the two churches -, music for the service win be under Dorothy Batchelor at the piano. tour of the experimental and demons
G undr the direction of Mrs. the direction of Mrs. Guthrie Col Soloists will be: Mrs. Ralph Grimes tratlonpUts. city" councilmen have
r Stanley Hooks. A cordial invitation YArd The choirs of the First Baptist Miss Ruth Colvard. Miss Beverly named the officials: who will con
'' Is extended to one and all in Church will bring' the special: Wilkinson Bob Hasty, James HOME FROM FUNERAL duct, the annual city election on
the community to attend the ser music. ,t "' Batcbelor Jr. and Ron Ter Haar. Mrs. W. !L Brewton has return Tuesday, May 4. The appointments
vice.Coffee The invocation win be brought Ladle Trio: Mrs, Ralph Grimes ed from Claxton, Ga, ,where she were announced by Mrs. Patricia
and doughnuts will be by the Reverend John Briley of the Mrs. Robert RIchardon Mrs. Frank was called by the death of her Mackey, city clerk.
served to those present Immediately First Methodist Church. The scripture Tillis. Male Quartet: James Batch- sister, Mrs. Minnie Tippen 84. Clerk chosen for the election U
following the service, it was and prayer win be by the elor, Sr. James Batchelor, Jr, Funeral services were held at the Mrs. Blanche Armstrong former
J' pointed out by the. .two pastors. Reverend Guthrie Colvard of the Ron Ter hair, and Bob Hasty. Antioch Church in Claxton. April city council member. Inspectors
I First Baptist Church. The sermon Morning Worship will begin at 12. are: Mrs.,Elaine Unwin Mrs. Betty
r Mr. and Mrs. J. IL Strayer had I-win be by the Reverend W. E. Kil- 10.55: with the Cantata beginning .b TilUs Mrs Mamie Mock and
as guests this past weekend their patrick of the Church of the Naz- promptly at 11.00: At 11:30: the .Ir. Frank Oliver and 'children Mrs. Carrie ,Unwln. Alternates are
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and arene. The benediction,will be by Pastor, Rev. Guthrie Colvard. will of Boston Mass, are spending the Mrs ,Cletls Hand and Mrs. Edna
F Mrs. Donald McKlnoon and daughter the Reverend .Alton Stone of the I bring the message "Christ's Easter holidays with her uncle a Stevens. George Weaver will serve
Dennette of Miami. Church of God. Crowning Triumph." G. Coburn. aa deputy marshal at the polls.,


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Two .._..,?. The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33438 Friday, 4\PJil18, 196
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1 fdm held for the pupils of Mrs. Sarah (\Mra. Vickie Johnson's Sixth [Tallahassee Linda k Berger, St.
; I I \ u.FJfth Grade at the horns Grade ll cefebration of the Easter t Petersburg; Caroj, Smtyh, West
I ,Mr. ancT i!rs. Gordon Hillier, 107 season. Palm Beach. Allen !nn. Smith,
.. Joungest sister o/ : tee,jn rlde-elect,

M s.rMae'l J4-WIln' ,F.If av I'lt Carpenter
h e,p tMr. Ruth .and Nan
Je\( Woli9n,' fib Afl na v,.Mr4 : WkdRqpaldHudspethGloga. cy Creed small cousins ,of Miss

n followed by a pie.nic ,.., ,'. -r-:: = j I Smith, will serve as flower girls
: M ., Miriam Smith, I Philip Allen Dulany, Jr., also a
Mls"t'71ea Kahle: gtty! prade c1 ausr!. oil .Mr. and |C| Sydney 1 cousin, will, be the rng|. bearer.Mr. .

students went to (the jionvyf" ,r. XLt1. l Smm' \,, Jr., mile Glade, !I Hu spet4) will be attended by
and Mrs. J. ft ...Wilkins o J.f.. announces plaM foss fyit marriagaty 'red Toe jays best man. Ushers
1049 E. Main St. where they ..Ronald Wa ti4speth, son cjf I will Include, his cousin, Dale Mat-
hunted eggs, at dinner and played $If and Mrs. George, Leslie Hud- I thews of Miami; Sydney Kittrell
games. Mrs. Wilkinson was assisted speth, also of Belle CI de. Smith, the third, brother of the
The Karelin, !uI1illi1 l k In .femlElj f Poifit Florida by Mrs. C. R. Wetherington, The wedding WUJ take$ place on I I brideelectJohn Brown Evans' and

THE? LAKE OKEECHOB.EE REGIC-If HOME VOF Mrs. Web Pell, Mrs. H-:m3n Saturday; the first of ,May, eight I ,Steve Weeks, her; ? cousins! ; Jim
% lcatuz ., Mrj. 4 ickt Reynolds and O'clock, at Community Me.Jhodist! Challacin; 'and Ron ThomasFort:

THE EyjpLADES NMS Mrsj! Jljiimy hjrjey. ,. .. Church. Th.,,pa torHthe Rev. W.I Lauderdale.. .. .. ...
The.Easter. partyof Mrs. Tom- R Boland ,wUljofflclate; at the Miss. Smith's parents ,will, f be
Serving tha Lake Okeechobea Firming Region Without mlgH, :Du se'js Fifth Grade, s|u- I.crrempflyj, assisted ,by Mrs, John hosts at areception: )f n.the ( hutcParlor ,
Interruption Every Week for 40 Years dents featured a picnic at the Boy A.. Dulany, grandmother of the I Immediately following the
Established discos i924 Scout Beach on the lake front. brideelect.The ceremony.No .
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Every Friday
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Mrs. Ellis Wikinson, chairman, vocalist will be.MiUon O. I I formal Invitations are being
Subscription' Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe was assisted. !In arrangements t>y Carpenter, baritone;, cousin of Miss Issued locapx p t.tp encis fJ tye

Everf lades ewe Is Entered at the Post Office Mrs. Karl Mlndlin, Mrs. W. 6. Smith. Mrs. Gordon Corbln will_ bq I bridal couple are cordially i invitedto
In Canal Point Florida, as Second Class Matter Moss and Mrs. Dayis Mills. the organist.The 'I I attend. both? the wedding and

Mrs. Sue Mead's Sixth Graders rt: !-toe: .has chosen.,her ,, the reception.' r
Paul Rardin .
Owner Editor PublisherWDNDER .
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had their Easter party at Paul sister, Mist Kathy Jane Smith, "
Rardin Park on SR 715 south of to be vher mald-of-hpndr, Thebridesmaids I Recent guests .of M | Mrs.
tAl lIONS$ Pahokee with Mrs. Robert D. will be ,Miss Jo Ellen Charles Angel }Ver ." Sher jrtstej*,
Apelgren, chairman In .charge.A I Hudspeth,' sister .of t .the bridegroomelect Mrs. Helen Johnson and Mr... and
I picnic on the Herbert Hoover ; the Misses Linda Rabin Mrs., Bass and children all of Or
FROM THE BOOK OF KNOWLEDGE Dike was planned by the students I Kay Gilbert; Kathy! Harrell, lando.

What I If Inside a lumping
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bean?There, all coiled f.
t t live the caterpillar of up a yi{* :.,)(.<.v<,, ;A:. 1.(b,:1 : : ::. > 1,::1 .:. >
spocsl! kind of gray moth,
When the caterpillar wants
to stretch, it uncoil like a'
'' 'spring and the sudden y'T'1'
motion make the bean
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mp and tremble.

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earth through? In which.'spaced the *' SALES and SERVICE 4

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traveling there.i| no .. Heating Air Conditioning Appliances '"
top or bottom, no up ,
down. And, even IR ,
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bounces higher What
makes any substance-
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These are some of the simple'questions children have 'a w
special gi ij|for atklng and the questions that stump most
adults,Fof A free copy of Wonder,Qutltlonl -and their
answers; vetirite= The Grolier Society; Inc., Dept. W-1, 575
Lexington. ,Avenue, Nev Y. 10022. Offer limited.
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Betty Williams' Second Graders.
Round Of Patties
Mrs.,Watkins, chairman In charge
? of party arrangements was .as. :
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t and serving of refreshments by :

'( .Jt.. .. 'Ll 'U4..1: several other mother! .. i
.A galaa .UJ1.4.I.Pf ,p Is ,being6a..wre4 i The; egg hunt and party for Mrs.
Itr J 1 tIt.e, uSarj u4, student Esther! Ford's Second,Grade pupils
groups at the Pahokee Elementary was at the home of )lr. and Mrs,
}oglup'th ms Mal ofjwhpol Rupert Mock 911 E Main'St.witltMn.James r

uw,.,1IaU'l'1MI &y 4rr 114raster [ .EJrod :Mrs. Frank
:, hqlt.4An, wJ.t.h room not yijUs,and Mrs.. R lph Crews asslstl : *r+r 31 ui..
ortt:1D..t.ba q.t."T.fD&ements and -\1. Mrs. ,Mock with the. e'ntertkln-

!eryiogMQhteesesr. 171. .1 t.j fe, v. .
j 4.slllldz.p 4x Mr.u\ wiir ...The; children .of ;MI'I., Peggy t 1 !
(. t9 rdp."e ttq the/hgrne.of Willis! s /r i1nGr&, hunted' for
r.ae&A44.;.R4JphJ.tTohnegn, welt prize eggs and enjoyed refreshments -
18 ;II; laLStA9t'an.eggj3unt&nd: ) : at Jthe home 'of .Mr. H
j>tty, thenjT tffln K|..to-le school and Mrs>' Dpii Cook,; 1}8 _Cypressii'ye
for refreshments. Mrs. W){,pavts ,. )wiUMrs.. .Milton: Salvatore .
was room mother chairman In assisting ,Mrs. Cook with the Add f li/l' colt ss
rooms fo homa.e. :
your peanofs.
tfte EaSter you
charge of party. party. !
The Easter Bgg hunt for vth The Easter' egg hunt for )lr Adi :
Take little llgii-and '
ordinary back yard. '
Mrs. was an a got brace W :
:children of ,Frances. Adams'First Jean; ird Graders you ve a .
Grade Vsi 'on the adjoining at ,the City Pa't'hrk,, wits Mr$. Ftost- breeze-swept' living! area .for the evening hours. For family cookouta.: Forenjoyabfe.ratertalnlng. ": ,

lavrns: : 4 f ,the\+!Lanes ,,;,Qf Mr.."and er Lasslter, serving! as ..chairman Now stick in_a few electric mushroom-type reflectors ,
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Mrs. Robert .JJance..and, the. Mills of the room mothers In charge. ( In your Gower.beds-arid you've. got.yourseff, an" after-dark ; .
w) erJand. And
Nance and of Mrs. Jessie Walt-
family, with Mrs Mrs. ; The, children .
think of the convenience of
Mills ,assisting In, the serving of ers1 Fourth Grade went to the an automatic, on-at-duak, off-at-dawn electric

refreshments, :l.,H.. >. :1'1. ? home of Dr. and Mrs. E. c. John : pbstllght that glow a welcome to friends (a good safety factor, too). .
'Ca .,,,Mrs, Q. T.j furphy.: MfSyD, E. eon, 284 Banyan Ave., for, their egg I ,::>;
,. l. nkenship.it: d.)Ir1.J C hunt and patty.Mrs. Anyoiu.can afford electric outdoor lighting. Worth much mon than it mitt inaearatiot :
wq pre ,hos e.ueS, ,at }th.c, mesWa4r_ I Beulah Boe's Fourth Grade leauty, tty and prot< the children _6f Mrs. .Frances I students had their; Easter party ", or lighting store.UM <: ,
;.Whlteslde's .First. Grade, at ,j Mrs.Murphy's and egg, hunt at the home of ,Mr. \t I
home, 380 Barfield High.way. and Mrs. W. K. 'Aldridge 199 N : f. ''. ;
: with Elmer Up the- ,
Elm Ave Mrs. v '.
The Easter egg .hunt sad party : grove and her committee In ifx
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or the pupils of, Mrs. Reba Gold- i charge.
Second Grade atartat, ,>;4 The lawn at the home of Mr. SitS .Jt.
'i" ck .at ,.the pn6 of Mr. and< and, Mrs, Sain MclOnstry, Jr., 221 ..1'11. V'Ala;-?

Richard Nason" 18 NW, 1st Banyan Ave., was the scene of .., ,
cf.\-" ._ the hunt and' party for the child ",. S.-,..:, ., -" I .
home f'm. and Mrs. D. B. ren of Mrs. Emogene Scott's' Fourth ... ;:."... ...:,";,V-,..\...".''...TiFLOIIOA ;
Watklns. was the scene of an East- Grade.
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Friday, April 16, 1965
I Pace Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33438

i demonstration? Miss Marsha Pen-

Farm Bureau Has and wool would, the subsidize administration's'proposals the In- II nington 1st, Miss Teryl Echola,

I SUUN New Law Comment efficient producers while pcnauz- 2nd: for talent; Belle Glade Pix
PERSONAL O NEWS NOTESMrs. ] ]I the efficient ones. ice, 1st, Belle Glade Gremlins, 2nd,
the South
"The administration's proposals I "The recommendations on crop- in county song; Bay

on farm legislation now before land adjustment and sale and lease boys club, parliamentary procedure. -
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Fred Boles spent several Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shirley returned Congress will help no one but the I of acreage allotments would only The awards were presentedby
days this past week as the guest Monday from a weekend trip to bureaucrats in Washington." further complicate and expand an Mrs. Marylou Shirer and John

of Mrs. Mac McCarthy in Miami. the Bahama's.Mrs. This statement was made by E already expensive program that Is Causey. .

.' Miss Betty Echols is a patientin H. Finlayson, president of Florida in effect.
Good Samaritan Hospital, following William Pease"and child- Farm Bureau Federation, from "All consumers should join the BIRTHDAY PARTY
have returned to their homein Mrs. Wallace Barnes entertainedat
surgery Monday.Mr. ren their state headquarters in Gainesville farmers in repudiating this effort
Satellite Beach following a visit Florida. This statement, Issued by the federal government to further her home Thursday afternoonwith
and Mrs. Lon Wilson haveas with her parents Mr. and Mrs. on the heels of the Presi regulate the lives of farmers, a party for her daughter,

their guest, his aunt, Mrs. Doc Don HIllier. dent's recommendations to Con- thereby Increasing the cost of food Kay, on her fourth birthday. An
Wilson of Lakeland. Mrs. Wilsonwas Easter theme was carried out in
continues public.
: American
Randy Higgins, son of Mr. and gress and fiber to the
accompanied to Pahokee by Fred is at "These proposals give the Secr- the party decorations and refresh-
Mrs. Higgins a patient
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Womble also tary of Agriculture unlimited discretionary ments which were served to approximately
of Lakeland who were the weekend Everglades Memorial Hospital for authority over thj Indi- 4-H Junior Events 20 guests.
treatment of burns.suffered in an .
guests of the Wilsons.
vidual and
farmers consumers
week.
accident at his home last
alike. 'The would Mr. and Mrs. George B. Ramey
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Peterson and secretary even Awards Are Made
children of Tampa, were the week- Miss Myra Cruthirds and her have the power to tell each farmer have as their guest this week
mother, Mrs. Mittie Gruthirds of and rancher how much of each their grandson, H. Graham Miller,
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Reeves. Port Salerno, visited relatives and commodity to produce. If the ad- I The I.H Junior Events Program IV, of Rockledge.jijy .

friends in Pahokee Sunday. ministration's proposals on wheat I of plBe County was held ,

Mrs. Billy Sheffield has returrned I are accepted by Congress it would in the Belle Glade High School
Mrs. Elsie of Cassel-
to her home from St. Mary's I Corpening mean a bread tax on consumers Cafetorium on April 10 with Miss
Fla. and Mrs. Harlen Pat-
Hospital, West Palm Beach where berry while the farmer would continue Penny Pennington Palm Beach
ton of Okeechobee, the Mon-
she recently underwent surgery. were getting the same price or less for County 4-H council Glades vie
,day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
his wheat.
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Miss Leigh Ann Tillery of Ft. George B. Ramey. president presiding.
I "It is unbelleveabls that the I Miss Kathy Nohls led the pledge
Myers, is spending the Easter holidays .
I Mr. and Mrs. Osceola Upthe- leader of the "Great Society" to the Hag with Miss Marsha
with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Tlllery. 'grove had as their recent guest, would impose a bread tax on the I Pennington leading the 4-H pledge.
their son-in-law, S-sgt John JF. I people of low income groups, who Ross Harrington gave the open-
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Joiner had Klesllch of McQuire AFB, New spend a considerable portion of ing devotionals. Miss Nancy Harrington -

as recent guests their cousins, Mr. Jersy. Sgt. Klesllch was serving their Income for food, and at the president of the Palm
.and Mrs. Billy Rogers of Winter temporary duty at Tyndall AFB, same time ask for a reduction In Beach County 4-H club county I
Haven. Panama City, Fla. taxes on fur coaats and jewelry. I, council welcomed guests. 1

"The recommendations on feed 4 Awards were presented to the
Mrs. J. E. Williams and daughter Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Winch had I
grains would not Increase thefarmer's following members, Miss Debbie
Mrs. Ron Hair left weekend Mr. and Mrs. .
Thursdayfor as guests
income yet would increase Sellers, 1st prize and Miss Kathy
St. to visit with L- D. O'Dell and ,
daughter Kathy
Augustine the tax burden for support Nehls, 2nd prize for their food
:Mrs. Williams daughter, Mrs. Mar- of Chaffce, N. Y. I .I
: of these programs on the American demonstration; Miss Teryl Echols i
lene Nelson and children.
They Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson, Jr., and I I taxpayers. In the case of rice 1st, Miss Kim Bass, 2nd, in general
will be joined by Mr. Williams
children accompanied by Steve .
Saturday and spend the remainder -
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of the week at their home in spent
Plantation with Mr. Wilkinson, .
Salt Springs.Mrs. ,
where he Is engaged in vegetable

E. W. Brandes of West farming. : ,

Palm Beach Is the house guest of 0'.,>
Mr. and .Mrs. Glenn Powell.' '
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Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Branyon of .
Melbourne are '':l- : :
expected to spend '
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Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cross. .i 't; :, s*

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A measure, of the growth of the you ':
I Glades Community is the large increase : .

z I in the number of telephone \y y Put them. to work all around .:. ::, .

I' local directories subscribers.being distributed to home. ::4 :T ":
your ;
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Approximately? 7,900 f\ew.dlrect- ,.. 'r ,

'I ories ore going to home and businesses How about for "' ttriir.
one the'kitchen?
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according to Pete McClel- 1.. : ", ..f
'Ian, local Manager for Southern .
'Bell Tel. & Tel. Company, com- Best way to keep an eye on F.
pared with 7,248 when the last directory -

was delivered. what's stewing boiling
I Delivery will take several days, broiling, toasting
but should be completed by April

17, 1963. while you discuss what's cooking. I ,
The
now telephone directory has

many other new helpful and changed telephone listingsand information (What else that costs so little makes you feel so good?)

:. ?' it is distinguishable from

the old green covered telephonebook

by its blue cover. .a

7t "A change in reporting your >io-:. n, ____ -
telephone troubles has been placedin
the information pages of the
telephone 'directory. Customers P

now dial 114 for Repair Service.
This change will enable us to give

better maintenance service to our.
,*- customers" stated :McClellan. F

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tmvltomzizllCtion: will offer 154 courses in },},{iaxz _' 4,

off-campus locations beginning

/ April 26, the Florida Institute for .{

Continuing University Studies. has t' ,,
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DAILY DOUBLE Myron Blee, FICUS director t, a..
let & 2nd RACES said the program for the com : 'ate: .
ing trimester represents a leveling- .
QUINIELAS off of off-campus activity. Duringthe ..
EVERY RACE present trimester some 278 .t

courses have been offered.
BIG PAYING
PERFECTASADMISSION The leveling off of activity by c
FICUS is a result of an opinion k : I
25t rendered by Attorney General Earl
Faircloth limiting FICUS to 73
FREE PARKING
employees which resluted in a
LUXURIOUS staff cutback. _

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TIME 8 IS! TO SPEND EASTERMrs. '',
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II It News-':: OI The ChurchesHoly I II For Spring.WUg Assembly-s '. .ij : 'I&",lI Ji f,. ".


"How would you like to go to Miss Elaine Adams bride-elect

Riviera "Beach for our Spring Assembly of Richard Weeks, was honored

J, WUWuWWu. ? Thursday, April 8 at a calling;
I "We will 'be going East for our shower held at the home of Mrs.

Nativity First : The. Kahokee hurch assembly this Spring' Miles P. Lloyd Hundley. Hostesses with
ta"i"l Crum, local -presidhir minister ofJehovah' Mrs. Hundley were Mrs. Robert
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Episcopal Church Church, Point QI T elVazaehe: Witnesses,told the Wit- Apelgren, Mrs. Charles Brown.

y Pahokee ness Congregation b Belle Gladeat Mrs. William Plumer, Mrs. J. L..
Elder R. E. Barfield Rev Willard Kilpatrick' their Sunday evening meeting. McCall Mrs. Roberto Arrieta and
Rev. L. Leasing, Vicar SUNDAY: to' -' ''f 433 Bacom Point Rd. Mr. Crum explained further that Mrs. Wayne Browning.In .
Phone 921-7528 Box 882
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P.
SUNDAY: 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School the three-day religious assembly the receiving line with the
10 a. m.-Sunday School 11:00 a. xn.-Morning Worship, SUNDAY. 'SERVICES: would'begin April 30, 1965 at the honoree were her mother, Mrs. W.
6:30 "<* t :4:5'a.: m.-Sunday School High"School Audi-
MB. T. Riviera
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11:00 a. m.-Worshlp. Service p. Beach J. Adams, and Mrs. Hundley. Way
i 7:30 11:00 a.Sunday Worship of theWatch
p. m.-Evening Worship. torium under sponsorship
., 6:30 mJunlor.7O Adams wore a white amazon lily
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p. Tract So-
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TUESDAYS Tower
First Methodist ?7:30: p. m.-Choir practice. : p. ni.-Sunday Evening ciety: bfBrooklyn New York. corsage featuring chenille hearts
and wedding bells and her mother
Service
Church Pahokee WEDNESDAY: Evangelistic added that
speakers
Mr. Crum
also had white
a lily gifts
WEDNESDAY: corsage
7SOrp.'m.-Midweek Prayer located in
id congregations
from
.1 from the hostesses, who presented
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer
John A. Bniey, Pastor Service. Central Florida deferred to as Mrs J. D. Poole, sister of the bride,
SUNDAY: THURSDAY:-Every other week meeting Florid*: Circuit''No. 8, will participate : -
7:30 '-Ladies "Where kre a stranger but presiding at the guest book, witha
p. Auxiliary you
9:45: a. m.-church School trl'the presentation:
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once." ; corsage of yellow mums and
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship ..a. .Meeting.. .. "There"win'be a model Ministry epidcndrum orchids.
6:45: : p. m.-MYF School Friday evening under the
r 7:45'p.' m.-Evening Worship Glad jet Church St. ejer's LutheranChurch. dlrection'Sf'"JosepJl Sala, minister, double The hibiscus hostesses wore The yellow lace
tOr* > J corsage.
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: lecturer, representative
BUe Glade covered table was decorated with
7:00: p. .-Vesper Choir prac (Rev. Jonathan L. Wolf) of the'Watch Tower and
n TV jfc arrangements of yellow mums':
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ticeWEDNESDAY Meets in Pahokee Lions Club Tract Society.* A. Servl 'Meeting
August Koerber, Pastor epidendnun orchids, baby's breath
: Building. follow Ministry School
601 W. Lake:; Rd., Belle Glade will the and leaf fern and lighted with
7:45 p. m.-Mld-week devotions SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45: a. m. SUNDAY: '.** '; '*'!* and will feature skits and demonstrations yellow tapers in silver candelabra.The .
PREACHING :11:00 and
a. m. Illustrating the Witnesses -
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Divine Services !1 A. M. punch bowl was nested In an
8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir prac- 7:30: 'p. m. t experiences In the field
School 9:45.A..M.Church I arrangement of wedding bells and
tlce I SUNDAY B. Y. -6:30 p. m. ministry designed to assist the
WED. PRAYER-7:30 p. m. door-to- fern. Among the beautiful gifts
Witnesses in their unique
1 received by the honoree was a silT
First Baptist Of Christ door preaching activity. ver pitcher, the gift from _the
Canal Point Saturday's activities will consistof hostesses.
Church Pahokee
: a Baptismal talk and a group .
Baptist Church 125: N. W. Avenue D .L.a.
baptism of new ministers. A spec-
Guthrie W. Colvard, Paator Phone WY 6-3887 UTHU PROGRAMThe
SUNDAY: Lawrence Stewart Pastor Belle Glade, Fla. ial program is scheduled for Sat

9:45: a. m.-Sunday School SUNDAY \ UNDA SERVICES( urday evening. It is entitled: Fully topic for the WMU programat
New of Life,
Our Way
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00: a. m.-Bible Study Embracing the circle: meetings/ Tuesday In
6:30 p. m.-Training Union 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship and is based on the scripture text Pahokee was "Home, the Mission*
I 7:45: p. m. Evening Worhip 6:30: p. m.Training Union 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship at 1 Thess. 4:1.: The program will ary Concept." The program was
help all to willingly fulfill their
WEDNESDAY: 7:30 p. m.-Evening. Worship WEDNESDAY presented by Mrs. Guthrie Colvardat
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service WEDNESDAY: 7:30 p. m.-Bible Study ministry, that all might be active, the Betty Mills Circle: which
energetic and alert ministers to
7:30: p. in.-Prayer Meeting > met at the home of Mrs. J. H.
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The Church Of God I Wilkinson, Mrs. Rachel Menasco
talk
Sorority Initiates will feature a special
South Side ChurchOf was welcomed a
as guest.
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Of PahokeeCanal by Sala entitled The Moral Break-
Prophecy, Nine New MembersThe The Lottie Moon circle: met at
Christ down-What Can Be Done AboutIt
Point Road ? the home of Mrs. J. P. Herringwith

John H. Ktnard, pastor Belle Glade across from formal initiation of rushees Commenting on the Sundaytalk Mrs. W. A. Keen reading the

10:00: a. m.-Sunday School Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 for the Phi Gamma Nu sororitywas Mr. Crum referred to Saia's prayer calender and Mrs. J. C..

11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service 10:00 a. m.-Bible Study held at the home of Mrs. Dorothy remarks that "What people need Mock presenting the program.

745; p. Evangelistic Service 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Buckner, Monday night. Mrs. Is a moral compass that does not
8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. 6:30 p. m.-Evening Service Mary Thomas of the Beta Omicron shift its direction because of business
8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. 7:30 p. m.-Wed. Bible Study sorority officiated. Rushees were, relationships, political ex- LIIy'I; : VJ WJ l' W-Mt-V.\.v.li! !:

Everyone welcome. Special muslo .. .. Mrs. Suzanne Clark, Mrs. Judy pediency or religious dogmatism.

and singing. The Methodist Church Fowler, Mrs. Jerri( Norman, Mrs. They need something that will always PRINCE THEATRE
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Judy Norman Mrs. Jean Perry, point In the same direction
I. Church Of God Canal Point, Florida Mrs. Linda Stanley, Mrs. Wynette unaffected by outside Influence." PAHOKEE. FLA. -

Wilson, Mrs. Shirley Wagnon, and He went 'on to identify the Bibleas _I.
Barfield HighwayPahokee '. James W B'augher, Pastor Miss Olga Sheffield. the moral compass needed and .
SUNDAY: In the I business meeting plans declared "that is long as nations SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY'.

Fla. 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School. I were made for a bake sale to be refuse to follow Godly principlesof APRIL 1S-19-20 '

A. L. Stone, Minister 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship held Saturday, April 17. Announce- the Bible, they are lost as with-
Phone 924-7363 6:00: p. m-Evening Worship ment was made of the coming out a compass." "PARIS' WHENIT

SUNDAY TUESDAY Founders Day banquet to be held All meetings will be free and SIZZLES"

I 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School 8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society at the Holiday Inn In Belle Glade, open to the public. Theme for the
11:00: a. .-Morning Worship 1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY April 30, at which time the "Girlof assembly will be "Willingly Fulfill WILLIAM IIOLDEN AND

-W 7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser- I : the'Year" will be chosen. Your Ministry. AUDREY HEPBURN
viceTUESDAY 7:30: p. m.-Prayer Meeting Mrs. Glenda Padgett presentedthe .
: program entitled "Am I' A (IN COLOR)
Patterson Circle
7:30 p. m.-.Prayer Service St. Mary's Catholic Happy Person?" Refreshmentswere .
THURSDAY: served by Mrs. Iva Pittman. Met At Evans HomeThe J..II..VJ'M, : ::1.v..1 l.vJtI. II 11 VJ'MiIX.1'
7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ ChurchFather .I .. -. ,'=
Service Dr. and Mrs- Leo Hebert and lone Patterson circle held .

Francis Fennech, Pastor Mr.'and Mrs. Jim Gifford have returned their regular monthly,meeting at .

CLASSIFIED ADS PAY r Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m. from a two week stay In the home of Mrs. W S. Evans Classified
BIG DIVIDENDS' Confessions before Mass, Puerto Rico. with Mrs. J. L.McCall chairman Ads

presiding the business' hlekting.
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opening prayer all want ads or
I Mrs. W. S. Cross. classifieds as you wish to call:

I The program "The Home, Bulld- them, are payable in advance from

..:-S 1n ,MLu1onary Concepts" wad presented his day forward. Don't phone'em:
'" by:Mrs. J. E. Willlami. 'assisted Write it and drop a dollar bill In

Your Money Earpsor by ''Mrs.., W. s. >Evans,:Mrs. the envelope If you want It run

; : M.jF. George' Mrs. > It BcmrEs' once.$2 if .you want it run twice..
and Mrs.' C. B. Jones n >* and to on.VUAT8

EVERGLADES"FEDERAL"4'Why Mrs. J. D.i, La them":will be hostess -
AT / IN THE ATTIC that youdon't
at the May meeting with! theprogram
.It presented by')(rl. V(. S: need? A $LOO classified id
..::' Cross. n this column will probably find

: not get the highest rate of interest available fn ISouth [Florida.:4 you a sale. Just write your ad, en-
dose a dollar and
weTl do the rest.

when'you J>lace:_ your: pe#' i in! sayings account fhis. place\1$ at_ ,t tlje Literature ;Will Ther Fla;Everglades. ..A.4.-News, Canal Point.

Federal in Glade in Pahokee. No i :
Everglades } Belle CAthan or .savings instittu-: Jf people'ot'. SEPTjq TANJt PUMPING AND

tion in FlorIda pays more 4& percent and here your money is The young the Church REPAIR Service In Clewiston,
of God of Prophecy in Pahokee
South Bay, Bell' Glade Pahokeeand
.insured by an instrument of the Federal Government. Your moneyis will participate In 'Operation An- Canal Point. Serving the

safe at,' all, times anjl.reaijijy. ayajlalilcCen.e.ver\ you want.it.. i f' i 10 drew".'and iTr'ridayand This U'a'Saturda liUratVe' April'dis:?; :5626.1 Jlads H.for)L 20'Pitti>> years.old Phone Belle Glade 924

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Drop By One Of Our Locations Today And Talk It Over With The ada and the Caribbean Islands. FOR SALE New and Used Willy
Over 23,000: young people of the Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage
Friendly Folly In Charge. You'll Enjoy Saving Here.EVERGLkP organization will distribute a tract to Belle Glade, Phone 6-3058.:

especially prepared for this campaign Oct. 17kh.

; While young 'people 'distri- FOR SALE: Full length lace and

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\ Savings And Loan Association ture from the_ air In many towns Interested Is 924-5770. A9pd

across the nation. The local: youth' WANTED TO BUYi early U. EL
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ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FCDEftAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP."Pahokee .
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Belle Glade Band meets each Thursday tamples ( 'covers'), or collections

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-. ''Y. ::. .'+" '''r #;. df.. ....,!'MiIl ''''t:''. ,Gore; historian, Mrs. Bill Shirley! HOME FROM JACKSONVILLE S ...
: r'lI<. 1 'r rr ",'. ',1'. '': Two-Part Program and parliamentarian, Wayne Bur I Mrs. Adaline Wroten and :Mrs.

.' : ,. .... ', ,," .: ,': deshaw. Ruby Bush are expected to return
r< For Pahokee PTAMembers The public Is urged" to.attend i tfrlfl' week from a visit in Jacksonville i
I the May meeting at, which time I where Mrs. Wroten'"Was the .. t
j Robert Fulton, -Superintendent of I guest of her sister, :Mrs: May
N' of the Pahokee P. T. A. Public Instruction, will Install the Bailey and :Mrs. Bush visited withher
had a chance to view the exhibits newly elected officers and speakof I son-in-law, and daughter Mr..
on display of handiwork by students -" the desegregation of' the school I I and Mrs. Jack Elder.',

and see a fashion show by'system. i .

''I, : young women learning to sew at I I RIVIERA DRUGGIST DIES
the Monday night meeting in the I
Funeral services were held Mon
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\ Pahokee School auditorium.The .
( High IN HONORARY SOCIETY day for Henry P. (Pat) Knight,
program was in two parts,
Riviera Beach druggist who died
', ""'. the first taking place with the Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wilson received suddenly over the weekend. Mr.
w. ,N fashion show In the auditorium word this week, that their Knight was well known in the Canal
: Y :ll ', of,?'', ancl the second in the Industrial student at Andrew Cuth-
( .: College, worked for several summers as
I ... Arts building followed by the!I bert, Ga., has been chosen a member druggist in Bolton's Drug Store.
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serving of; refreshments.At
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meeting I I honorary society for junior college -
"'1 A. R. Harrington chairman of the students who have attainedhigh I II BIRTHSAirman
... .. .> nominating committee presentedthe I scholastic standings. The
I \,g following slate of officers for I purpose of Phi Theta Kappa is to I 1-c and Mrs. Bennie

r. .. the coming year: president, Don II promote in students high stand- Baxter, 4008 Pink Star Dr., Dallas
:'T."< ,. syI '. .j Adams; vice president, Kyle Scott; I ards of scholarship, morals, character
"..",'., ..4 ., to' > .i<' '!'*'j\1 2nd vice president, Mrs. Ralph and fellowhip. In order to be Texas, announce the birth of a
I !<<.' Johnson; 3rd vice president, Mrs- eligiblefor' membership a student son Gregory Dean, at Steven Park
.;./ Wallace Barnes; 4th vice president !- must be rated in the upper 10 percent Hospital there, April 7. Paternal
0 .. 'HI t Ray Hawk; secretary, Mrs.I .of the class with a "B" aver- grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
.fi } Lewis Pope; treasurer, :Mrs. Gene age or.better. Sam McKlnstry, Jr., of Pahtkee.
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rlago April 1, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.'George .- Y : f
W. Mills. The' bride is the former Miss Jimmla Leigh ,Mills of Belle
Glade The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kemp,of,Pahokee.

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week in the dining room of the t ,t.
new Holiday Inn at Belle Glade.
Introduced by Mrs Irene Doub,
I II II I program chairman, the speaker ." .,
told of the early studies conducted .
in the '20s of the need of the addition I i if >
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'manganese zinc copper and boron -
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.I : DR. W. G. STRACENER ,I I the Everglades was drained and '65 Chety U Nora Sport Coup

I v '" cleared for farming, the early set .
Revival PlannedBy tlers discovered that the muck- \ ..
lands on which custard apple and ,
elder were growing near the shores \
Local Baptists of Lake Okeechobee would Produce

excellent vegetable crops
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will be the Evangelist to lead with the necessary minerals the. : .\ Ai: .
the Canal Point Baptist'congregaUon vegetable crops needed. '65 Conair Coma Sport Coupe !#
,s4r ;?' $ in their spring spiritual em- It was, a different story, however -
I, ph slB. ftr. Stradener was with on the vast reaches of the If you've been sitting tight waiting for just : ,*, *. HJ.

;I when the local they church were'in Jed March by him of, In 1963 a from sawgrasa the lake swamps, since some it was distance very \ your kind of car,, with just your kind of porter

'I' revival. difficult to grow anything on, the
f. The guest speaker is a noted peat soil) after ,it was drained and at just your kind of price-wait no longer!
writer, gifted theologial and respected cleared of the sawgrass. Dr. All
by those who know him ison came to the Glades in 1926 Chevrolet' It's a bigger, more Chevy U. No car so trim has a
for his ability to inert into daily and in his talk told of his own re- beautiful car this year,Which right to be so thrifty. But
.life the truths of the Bible. I search work and that of other soil is why that handsome silhouthrifty it is, with moneyettecouIdbemistakenforcars ,
The opening Service will be Sun- scientists in'determining the kindof savers like brakes that adjust
day Morning Worship Hour April 'minor elements needed and the costing thousand-even two themselves and a long-lived
r 18th at 11:00 a. m. All are urgedto amounts necessary to. grow .com thousand-dollars more. exhaust system..
be present for one of the first mercial farm crops successfully on, '
three services. sawgrass land which makes up C/lw//e./ This one's got lively Conair. Ask any 65 Corvair
.. s- most of the Everglades and which looks, spirited power, a softer owner how it feels to drive a '
VISITORS FROM GERMANYMr. today is producing in vast quantities ride-and remarkable room car with such easy steering,
cane and atop a highly maneuverable tenacious traction and respon
and, Mrs Philip J. Thlelen vegetables sugar
wonder it's siverear-enginepower.Andbe HIGH TIME TO TRADE
and family had as recent guests, catatle. ( wheelbase. No
his brother and sister-in-law, Vice President Jack Little today's! favorite mid-sire car. ready to do lots of listening. AT TOM CHCTUUT DUlICS

Capt. and Mra David Thielen and sided in the absence of
Pre-I Zing Mo spriag la*new Chevrolet Chevclle, Corvair Chevy H or Corvette
children who are residing in Germ James R. Gifford of Canal ._u_____......_. .__.__._....._u._
any while he ii stationed there by Dr. Victor Green had as 09-1228
; the Armed forces. his wife and his daughter Miss
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Mrs. Johnny Bacon and daughter parents in Belle Glade at the Chevrolet Inc
j Cindy, have returned to their time while on leave, from the Stanley ,
,'! home in Elizabeth City N. C., following Armed Force.
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I parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. John dASSHTED ADS PAY ,

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