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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 30, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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The Everglades Memorial Hos- Richard Hurt Hurt The plan of the Palm Beach Mother Passes AwayIn Politics which preoccupied the
pital Auxiliary has purchased
County Board of Public Instruction attention of Pahokee voters earlier -
through Mrs C. A.' Kolatad enough Playing Foot Ball for desegregating the Coun- Richmond, V n. this week was rampant at Pa-
material to make drapes for 63 ty's Public School System will be -. hokee High School on Thursday of
windows in the n.w Everglades RichaM: Hurt, 14-year-old son explained In a panel discussion Mrs. Gerald Phillips returned last week as the student body was
Memorial Hospital building according of Mr. and Mrs. R. F Hurt. 159. of the subject by County school Saturday from Richmond, Va.. bombarded with vote-getting pleas
to a report by Mrs. Curtis Banyan Ave., who Is a sophomore I officials at the May meeting of where she was called recently by and speeches prior to the election
Chase chairman of the ,drapes at Pahokee High School suffered Pahokee Parent-Teachers Association : Council
the death of her mother Mrs. Ellz of a new Student for the
project committee at the AprU a severe multiple fracture of right in the high school auditorium abeth Bruce, CO. Funeral services 1065-66 School Year with the distaff ,
meeting of the Auxiliary held leg while playing football duringtha Tuesday May 11, at 8 p. m. were held at the Joseph Bleley candidates making a clean
Tuesday night of last week in the physical education period at The panel will include Robert Funeral Home April 28, with interment sweep.
fellowship hall of the Pahokee the school Monday at 10:30: a. m. Fulton superintendent of County at the Forest Lawn Cam The primary election resulted in
First Baptist Church with Mrs. The bone was broken In three Schools; Louis Bills chairman of .tery In Richmond. Glenda Crews
Earl Maxson, president presiding. places between the knee and the the County School Board; Ralph Survivors lq addition to Mrs. : Sanders for the Student Council
The Auxiliary la soliciting and ankle. He Is at Powell, assistant in administrative
now recuperating Phillips of Pahokee, Include an presidency and Linda Lane win
accepting with gratitude donations his home but expects to return to (,cervices. for the County school. other daughter, a son, mother, anda ning over Timothy Cilia for the
from the public to help pay for school Monday. system; and Ed Lewis, attorneyfor brother. office of vice president. Jessie Ana
the drapes. Contributions sent by .
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the County School Board.
-- -- Sheffield Signora Brlley and Deborah
mail should be addressed to Mrs The panel will answer written ParrUh ran for the office
F. H Poteete Auxiliary treasurer More School Buses Cane Price
questions from the audience, which Crop of secretary, with Jessie Ann
357 Kismet Pahokee. ,
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must be written of
on slips paper winning over Signora In the run
Mrs. James II. Miller sewing Needed Next ,Fall ready for collection before tha Hearing On May 14 off-election. There were four candidates
committee chairman, reported thi stait of the panel discussion. Kyle for'the office of treasurer:
making of six pajamas for use by assistant principal and dean
Scott I Mary Jane Jell, Patricia Lewis,
hospital patients during the month Though next year's desegregation of boys it Pahokee High School USDA announced public hearing Mary Willis and Lois Adams. Mary
and asked for more volunteersto
program will mean a more and PTA program chairman will on fair prices for 1063 FloridA Jane was elected in the runoff with
assist In the making of hospital economic'use of the County School serve as moderator. sugarcane prop and on whether Patricia.

window drapes. Board's fleet of 147 bu..., the Prior to the start of the, panel wage determination applicable to I Tammy Branch; Student Council
Mrs. Richard K. Ames displayed Superintendent and board members discussion County SuperintendentFulton field workers which became effective president for .the. current school
a sketch of the proposed new visitation I I were informed that next will serve! as installing offIcer Oct. 1, 1964 should bt'I' year introduced the candidates
chart to be used in the new year's needs indicate that 12 new for the induction of a new continued 6r amended. and thett campaign managers, the

hospital buUd1n recommendation. of the buses may have to be brought slate of PTA officers for the 1963- Hearing; will be 'held May 14, at managers $Including, ,Jimmy Hoi-'
Upon Eight of Jhe proposed new buses 66 school year. the Holiday Inn at Belle Glade man, Faye, Elliott Wlllola Tyson,,
executive board the,, group votedto would be to replace buses which. PTA President Richard C. Lane beginning at 10 'a. m. Billy Sheffield, Fred McKee Tom-
,; '"'epOrmot"yerrdirrg machMteaotdispensing futYi 'Ftifope 'ttriJf:1: ; ic tU"'ot invitee Uev 1 *ttn4-00aM '
cofte1. i thvf'p 41ttY.roY'1J i 1 b ntr.C' Ierthe niX 1fcETenny.ILiada."Reid. w1JO' ,,
cold drinks 10 years, It was explained. The remaining especially,urges all PTA members Sugar Act of 1048 as amended Young John Parker Brenda Alderman ,
candy and the like In the new hospital four buses would be and of school children to
new parents producers must pay all persons and Bonnie Rayburn. Keith
building; also a counter for additions, and bring the size of the be present at this Important meeting employed In producing cultivating Aldridge served as chairman of,
the sale of sundrY items and a fleet up to 131. the last of the current school or harvesting sugarcane, wage the election committee.
cart for room-tc-room service The four additional buses will vear. rates not less than those determined .--- -
all of which is subject to approvalby take care of the projected annual I fair and reasonable by the Secretary

the Northwestern Palm Board.Beach school population increases. Each PTA Officers Are of Agriculture after public Run-Off Is Between,
County Public Hospital year, the number of children attending hearing and investigation.
Mrs. Frank Rosenberg assignment Palm Beach County's public : Producers who process sugarcane And
chairman distributed'at'ths schedule schools increases between 3,000 Install at C. Pt. I grown by others must pay Patsy GeorgeTuesday's
work
of the
meeting copies and 4,000. I price. for It also determined fair
for the pink ladles at the hospital The matter will be placed on a and reasonable by the Secretary. election/ in Pahokee-
for the coming six weeks. elate- I I .
subsequent school board meeting A new of officers for the provided for a run-off next Tuesday -
voted,to suspend regular
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was agenda. Canal Point Parent-Teacher Association between Patsy Wroten and
meetings until the new I Training
Auxiliary d. Baptist
.. hospital building now nearing to serve through the;I: George Tucker for the Group Two
council seat Mrs. the
completion on South Barfleld Youth Week StartsAt 1G65-66: school year was installed (I Wroten was
Course Is Ended top vote getter In the election and
Highway, is ready for occupancylate at the May meeting the last of the
chalked up 369 votes to 321 for Mr.
this summer. or.. early fall. Baptist ChurchBeginning current season held in the school II I Tucker. A. J, Gamot was low man
csfetorium Monday night with W Thursday evening brought the with 212 billots.

Honor Mother At in E. Blackwell, program chairmanand conclusion of a period of trainingfor I I In the other race for the city
the evening wor- put president, presiding In service by Canal Point Baptists council R. P. Hurt swamped his
ship service with the Recognition the absence of President Stanley under the leadership of a I opponent James T. (Tiny) Roger*

Sunday Service Program for the Royal Ambassadors L. Hooks. staff of Florida Baptist by the lopsided vote of 637 to 107.
f W. O. Moss, past president of ton Training :Union conven-I Mr. Hurt has already assumed his
and Girl's
Auxiliary Chapter the Pahokee Parent-Teacher Association Those presently on the staff ofthe place on the councIL .
"f At the .Canal Point Baptist of the church. Youth Week begins" serving as installing officer local Training Union a* well The race for police chief was
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::... church this coming Sunday morning for Canal Point Baptists. inducted )lr... Lawrence as many othep'who Ire preparingfor the quietest In many 'a year. The If
the pastor :'wlD during the Sunday morning May 16 every i Stewart president;; Mrs. : StanleyL. future service, studied the latest Incumbent Guy Wood garnered 070
t:. tt 'Worship*Hour : present to the office of the .church win be filled i Hooks,'vice president;. Mrs. Guy techniques in lesson study vul vote while hU opponent Grady

;!"' Mother with the: most children by the youth. The youth will conduct Thompson* secretary} Mrs. ,Ralph doctrinal work presentation..Intermediate Chancellor tallied only 829. '
., present in the service gift from both of the worship serviceson Duran treasurer; Mrs. Mildred and Junior pupils studied .- --..i .41._ _i
the church. While at the same Ume that Sunday with the youth :Larrick parliamentarian; and Mrs. the manuals for their respective]
the youngest mother present in pastor speaking at one service and I Alma Burr historian. Mr. Moss unions, taught by the Pastor and Ann Peacock Is
I the service will be honored. the other youth participating collectively I on behalf of PTA presented ball I the Training Union Director Raymond I 1
To complete the period, the during the other. point pens as gifts to the new officers G. Martin. Named Advisor
t mother having lived the longest Planned to correspond with this
and to the outgoing presi The entire group gathered Wednesday
t. win be presented a token of love activity period! is the Mother and I dent. I evening for a planning and I

P by the church.: AH mothers with Daughter Tea scheduled; .)day 10, The attendance banner for trw I feUownWp supper In the dining )kiss .Ann Peacock WAS electednew
l[ their entire families living at the Father and Son Breakfast month was won by Mrs. Mildred rail of the church. As well as :worthy advisor of Pahokea
home present In the worship hour Sunday May 18 and an outing on Larrick's Third Grade Room. I I studying each evening the groups I Assembly 16, Order of Rainbowfor

will be recognized.The Friday evening.May. 14* At the opening of the meeting I viewed filmstrips on the most effective Girls, during the regular
r Pastor will concern-
speak the,devotional* were given by Rev. working method. meeting of the Rainbow Girls lathe
Ing "A Tribute to Motherhood" to HOME FROM HOSPITAL ..
James W. Baugher, pastor of the I Masonic Temple Monday night,
complete the service of Mother's, Mrs. Ira Bell mother of Mrs..
Canal Point Methodist Church. At FLAN BEACH PARTY with Miss Elizabeth Gist, retiring
,. day. v. John T. Pickett Sr.. of Pahokee. the close faculty members of the The Junior High Methodist .worthy advisor, p esiding.
4PATTERSON who suffered a light stroke last Canal Point School were hosts Youth Fellowship group at the Pa Other officers elected were :Mla
b. CIRCLE week has returned from the hospital during the serving of refresh hokee First Methodist Church: ls |Lodus Gray, associate worthy advisor -
The lone Patterson Circle, ea.i1 to her home In
Jacksonville, '
ments. beach' and
picric
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planning a party ; Sandy Weeks charity
r! ral Point Wilt will hold .
Baptist where she 1 now convalescing.Mr. --- -
I Saturday
at Riviera Beach this coming Miss Gloria Hall hope; and bliss
Its the home of I
; | May meeting at I Rev Guthrie Cnlvard Y ha* been May 8. Accompanying the RuttMUe-Vande&'r1ft. faith.
)tra. Frank O'Connell Monday and .)Il.. Marvin Crady and, imrtt:d to speak Friday morning yount\ people as chaperones will Miss. Sandy Weeks and. Miss kt

t' l,' afternoon May 10. The program children enjoyed a campc..;t at the to the Student Body at the Baptist fx Mr!! Glenn Brower counselor; Aleda Shackford were hostesses*
win be under the direction of Mrs. Sand ""
"' W. S. Cross. last Sprite Park, Salerno' Beach. (Bible Institute at Craceville Flor-,I Mrs. Hugh Branch Mrs. John A. during the nerving of refreshment
weekend. I ,I ilda. I iBrtley and perhaps others. It the' close of the meeting.







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Friday May 7, 1963r
Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33433

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r f Dr.:Jess: ; Moody Is --r I has Dr.- Moodys: personal brand I Citrus Potatoes

of charm, wit and humor.
IWearing
Author Of Book I Although the book la about tho New'LabelTALLAHASSEE

ministry it is not for ministers

Dr. Jess Moody of West Palm alone. "I want everyone, of every Citrus and

Beach heralded as one of thgeneratlon's denomination, to become familiar new potatoes, wearing the Sun-
with the working of the church. FLAvor Seal of Quality denoting

most acknowledged regardless of whether it Is Baptist top-grade Florida agriculture pro-

pulpit orators, has turned his con- Methodist, Presbyterian or ducts, were marketed in 19 states

siderable talents to writing. any other faith. '!and Canada during the first two

I In the same graphic style that "In this way we can all become j;and one-half months since the pro

punctuates his sermons, Dr. Moody servants! of our God and besoms gram was activated-

has written 'You Can't Lose For better Christians," the West Palm i The 115 shipments representedan

Winning', a fast-moving book on Beach 'minister said. I I encouraging beginning for the

what really goes on inside a Although this Is his first book Florida quality seal, but. Florida
The Rardin Building In Canal Point, FloridaTHE church. Dr. Moody has contributed to sev- Commissioner of Agriculture

LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF The book published by Zondervan eral other books and currently Is Doyle Conner anticipates a' sub-

Press of Grand Rapids, Mich- writing a second full-length book. :stantial increase later this spring.

THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing igan, will be introduced at an auto-j Dr. Moody has written his book j I Between Jan. 13 and March 30,

graph party May 8 from 11:3J from a wealth of experience In I FunFLAvor licensed shippers moved -

the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without a. m. to 2 p. in. in the Sunshine preaching In the world's moat outstanding t 74,993 units under the seaL The

Interruption Every Week for 40 Years Shoppe in the First Street ArcadeIn churches. He has deliver- |,shipments included grapefruit, oranges

Established March 11 1924 Published downtown West Palm Beach. e Every Friday
Dr. Moody, pastor of the First Tabernacle London; the j .
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance Baptist Church, West Palm Beach I American Church in Paris; Bethlehem -,) .

The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn and president of the 17,000-mem- church In Oslo; the '*lfst "J

Canal Point Florida, as Second Class Matter ber Southern Baptist Pastors Conference Baptist Church in Rome; People's
I said that all proceeds Church in Toronto, Canada; First
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher from the sale of the book through_ Baptist Church in Da.lla.sand Calvary ? them

may 10 win go to the Baptist Col- Baptist Church in New York

Prayer Circle MeetsAt lege building fund campaign. The ;City. a&0DxA -
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Founders Banquet book deals with the real 'churche I "

Anderson HomeThe people who make up ,the con Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard lE4

The Sororities gregation.Dr. attended a concert by the Stetson

home of Mrs. H. J. Anderson,,, By Moody said, "We consideredthe University Choir at DeLand Tuesday -

3351: Bacom Point Road, was the I title ''Life In A Boiler Fastary' evening.
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scene on Wednesday of last week The Identities of the "Girls of but settled on You Can't Lose For -
Winning.' J. Pat Elliott of Gainesville visited
of a luncheon for members of the the Year" of ,the four Pahokee
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"My idea in writing the book" I his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Wednesday Morning Prayer Circle I Chapters of Beta Sigma Phi Sor-
Dr. Moody said '"was to show that Jess M. Elliott, and family here
and their guests the Sun Lake ority were revealed at the Beta
the ministry is human that the Saturday and was accompaniedhome
Prayer Circle of Lake Placid, 'following Sigma, Phi annual Founders Day people who are members of the by his daughter Merry Lynne -
the of the two
meeting Banquet held at Holiday Inn in church are human." who had been the guest of her
groups at the Pahokee First Meth-
Belle The book is not a serious torn.*, grandparents in Pahokee for threeweeks.
odist Church for prayer and med Glade Friday night, with
II but one that is light-hearted. It .
itation. Barbara Shirley acting as toast-

Guests from Lake Placid attending master. The --= ._ -
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were Mrs. Kay Loveland, ;
by each chapter on the
Mrs. Margaret Potter Mrs. Beatrice
basis o( service to the sorority and
McGown Mrs. Betty Lou
Wheeler Mrs. Irene Graham Mrs. the community through ehepteractivities
for this year are EvaSpoo'ner :' ; Great gift idea -
Betty Paulsen Mrs. Willie Bess ? /4: "
Harris, Mrs. Hazel Fisher Mrs. XI Alpha Mu; NomaAldridge :". ,

Jack Weisser, Mrs. 'Mead Jones Xi Beta Tau; Rita Faye : .;;,.', t .t for .t. ..',". "
Hooks, Beta Omicron and Doro- ,
; Birthdays
)tr. Jean Lawrence, and Sirs. AdaHennessey.
Other guests from out thy Buckner Phi Gamma If u. Each ;
,presented with & sliver 'tray
was
of town were Mrs. L. S. Spencer I .
as a gift of appreciation from her Anniversaries '
of Indlal tlc and Miss Margaret ,
chapter.
Rose Kistner of West Palm Beach. '
... The 34th Founders Day messageby Graduations' "
Walter W. Ross was delivered ': I ;'
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Goodwill IndUstriesGets .
to the four chapters bY Ruth '
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LBJ Back Pat Wedgworth of Belle Glade international Mother's Days .

honorary member of Beta .:

ST. PETERSBURG President Sigm, PhL Following the message : '
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Lyndon B. Johnson congratulated Evelyn Lair read a letter from Mr.Rou fc-m- Father's Days -,' ... {

Goodwill Industries and ezprassed to Mrs. Wedgworth in which , _
hie congratulated her for If' I
the being \
gratitude of 'the' American '
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chosen to read the and
message Housewarmings '
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people for its humanitarian services :
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announce his new theme for the ? ,
to the handicapped In a
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statement endorsing1 National year. I- v; ., "
The annual Weddings I ,
Goodwill Week May 2-8. reports were given ''II .
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I by Kathryn Cunningham who I' :
related ,
The President said: "Once again ', R
National Goodwill 'Week calls 'attention In verse the activities during & l-Love-You-Very-Much 1 Da I ,
to our' society's humanitarian tho past year of the tour chap- \ r" ys. I
ters, symbolically comparing the

disabled.programs I congratulate to rehabilitate all who the four from the eldest group Xi (What else that costs so little will give them so much pleasure?)

Alpha Mu, to the youngest. Phi
Industries
strve through Goodwill
Gamma Nu to four generations of : : "
and I express the gratitude of ., '.
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human life and ndtavor.The .:
the American for hu- : ,
jnanltarian services.people" your. prize-winning song, "Invl-' I':.:. ..
ation," .was .snug .in a duet rendition '. 0+'
There are 130 Goodwill throughout -
by Barbara Shirley and
: the United States, including
Marian Hatton, with Rita Fay .
branches In St. Petersburg, Orlando -
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and Jacksonville. Hooks at the piano. ti. : : .

The program was opened with '
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group t>> :' ':,}. .
Awards For Youths Anthem, followed by he Beta Sig : _., .. l':
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Planned By ChurchCanal ma Phi, opening ritual After the .J ..., ;, ;
welcome dreS8 by Barbara Shir-

icy, there .was round-robin of introductions -
Point Baptists will observe
: of guests by member
the annual recognition service for
and as they were introduced each
:R. A. and G. A. Chapter organizations '
guest was presented with a single
in the Evening Worship hour
yellow rose corsage accenting the
this Sunday May 9.
orority colors, of gold and black.
Charles Brown, leader of R. A'rill .,
Billie Shirley was in charge of the
\\ present awards to boys mak-
making of these, distinctive cor-
ing the LAD achievement PAGE
sages.
achievement SQUIRE achieve-
Barbara Shirley gave the Founders -
ment, KNIGHT ,achievement, as
Day Pledge and prior to the
well as several boys receiving their
losing ritual, she,thanked an who
Rank Achievement Service Bars.
: had helped in any way to make the
and Mrs.
Mrs. John Strayer
34th 'Founders Day observance by
Jsmes Gifford will sterling
present
the four Pahokee chapters such a
silver charms to girls making the a successful event. _
Maiden, Lady In Waiting and Princess -

steps in the progression toward .1..

being crowned Queens of Phone Company Is _

Girls Auxiliary.Mrs. _
Ray Ursry will present Largest In Florida _

sterling silver charms to all Inter- :

mediate G. A..'. in the prerequisite MIAMI-Publishers of the Florida

step to the crowning of Queen. Business Letter recently list

Each participant will ahare, by ed the 10 largest companies in

reciting some requirement toward Florida In this order: SouthernBell

the acquiring of the rank he or she Florida Power & Light, At-

will receive. lantic Coast Line Railroad. Wlnn-

.1. Dixie Florida Power Corp., Cult
Mr. and Mrs. Inman Weeks are American Land Corp., Jim WalterCo. @ Southern Bell

.: vacationing at their ranch near ., Tampa Electric Co. General ...Serving i You .
Cleveland, Tenn., while he is convalescing Telephone of Florida, and National

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i 'Page Four Tb Everglade News Canal Point. Florida 33433 Friday; May 7, 1865I

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Free Items Mark Change Is Made In I Pahokee and' Viggo Hansen of
Lake Worth on their birthday anniversaries

L PERSONAL NEWS NOTES ] Florida At N. Y: Fair Home Club Program with approximately
I 70 relatives and friends of the two

LAKE WALES The Florida The local Home Demonstration honorees attending.
World's Fair Commission hay Club will meet Tuesday at 9:30 a. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ander..
"' Mr. and Mrs. John Hatch have Mr. and lira. A. J. Spencer and adopted the theme of sensibility In 'm. at the home of the president, son in Pahokee over the weekend
as a guest his mother Mrs. Georgia family had as a guest last week the state's participation in the ,Mrs. Elmer Maxson in Canal present to help Mr. Anderson celebrate
Hatch, of Covington: La. end daughter Miss Kathleen ,
1965 New York World's Fair by Point. A program on "Mildew his birthday were their son-
(.\ Otis Weaver has returned home Spencer of Miami Springs. offering: free attractions and a ''I Its Removal and Prevention" will in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.

after a visit in Pahokee with his Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Sizemore place to sit down Now a Lake be presented by Mr* Betty Wolfe Luther Collier of Cantonment;
father, George Weaver. motored to Tifton Ga., on business Wales firm,,Chalet Suzanne Foods, I assistant County home demonstration Mrs. Anderson's sister Mrs. Lester
i last weekend. is cooperating in a program to otter agent. Reynolds, and Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
J. G. Weeks of Canal Point accompanied a reasonably priced meal. I The previously announced! program I tin Marks, all of Miami. Mrs. An.
by Robert Barnes of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Tillls had Chalet,Suzanne, along with Harris in which Mrs. Kathryn La- 'derson' la spending this week In
Lake Worth attended a family as guest Thursday his sister and Seafoods of Port Royal S., C.. I them home economist for the I Miami the guest of her sister Mrs.
reunion. at Starke Sunday brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. will provide foods for a soup and j.Florida Power and Light Company Reynolds.
Charles Estes and daughter Woodie salad bar at the Underground I will demonstrate the efficient I e.
Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard '
attended of St. Simons Island, Ga. They World Homes pavilion of the fair. use of electrical appliances, Ralph Jones, son of Mr. and
State
Baptist
a trainingmeeting
were accompanied home by her Two Chalet Suzanne soup-and- has been postponed to a later date. Mrs. Hilton Jones has returned to
at Lake Wales and
Friday mother Mrs. CI H (Granny) Hills salad bars will also be situated in I ..III. his home following'a three month
Saturday.
who will be their house guest. the transportation area. .Birthday Party For training period with the National
Mike Justice of Pahokee was The Florida Pavilion at the fair Guard at Ft. Jackson S. C.
Mr. and'Mrs.. 1... M. Mullis and
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the guest of his uncle and aunt will feature a free water ski show, H. J. Anderson, FriendThe
daughter, Karen and Mr. and Mrs.L. .
Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers of free Florida orange juice and a I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Llndr03e.Sr. ,
W. Mullis were the recent guestsof
Belle Glade at a campout at High.. free porpoise show.CLASSIFIED Capt. Alex Restaurant at ., had as recent guests, their son
their sister, Mrs. Alice Brownein
lands Hammock State Park Seb- Miami. .r Riviera Beach was the scene Sat- I end daughter-in-law, Mr. and
ring, last weekend. Their son, ADS PAY urday night of a dinner party Mrs. Howard Jensen and son,

Alan, and nephew, Jimmy May Raymond T. McQualg memberof DIG DIVIDENDS jointly honoring H. J. Anderson of Leonard of Orlando. ,.

were also present. the crew of the USS Destroyer ,
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:Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Jones had Ingraham, visited .Is uncle and '

a* guests last weekend,their son- i aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Robert 'J. :r ';>: .

Schroder in Pahokee last week fI, ,.;. ,
in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. '. .
James King, of Gainesville; also while his ship was docked briefly ">'i tJ.tM': .'" i\1 .".r"
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daughter, Miss Verlon Jones, student at Port Everglades while enrouteto ,; 'r r,">h'I"oJ, .I.I; i\{,_ "J :
at Huntingdon College Mont ', .
the Guantanamo Naval Base tn r t .t.k ,
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gomery, Ala. They expect to haveas Cuba. ,' ..
this weekend their son- :
guests
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in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mr. Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard V .." ..
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James Bailey, and children, Jim attended the State Training Union #h

my, Rhonda and Richard, of Vero I Convention at Lake Wales Friday I ,h '\ '
Beach. and Saturday of last week. :
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Miss Elaine Adams a gown of pale Yellow nylon chiffon u
over taffeta with street-length
Weds Richard WeeksMiss shaped skirt fitted bodice
with a small bow of same materialat
Elaine Adams of Pahokee waistline in front and elbow- ;' < .

became the bride of Richard Edward : length sleeves.: A short pale yellow ,
Weeks of Cana Point in a I veil was attached to her head- ; \ 1:

double-ring ceremony held at the piece and she carried a hogarth .':I, ',, \ ,

First Methodist Church in Paho. curve bouquet of pale yellow daisy f. f .
kee Saturday, May 1, at 10:30: a. pompons and yellow roses with ':NPATSY
m'", with Rev. J..W. Bland of Screven -, ivy WROTEN "
Ca., uncle of the bride officiate Mrs. Julian D. Poole of Belle
ing. The altar was decorated for Glade also a sister of the bride I ,
the event with baskets of yellow was matron of honor; Mrs. Joe
gladioli and white daisy pompoms, Bullock of Belle Glade, bridesma-
and lighted with pale yellow tap- tron; and Miss Sharon Watson,
ers in three candelabra flanked bridesmaid. Their gowns and flow
by potted palms. ers were identical to those of the PATSY WROTENVERY
The bride is the daughter of Mr. maid of honor. Donla Adams, niece
I and Mrs. Willie J. Adams 271 Ca. of the bride, as flower girl scattered
rissa Drive Pahokee.. She graduated yellow rose petals. ,4
from Pahokee High Schoolin The bride given in marriage by
1964 and attended Palm Bach:! her father, wore a full-length
Junior College. She is presently gown of white satin with fitted SINCERELY SAYS
employed as dental assistant In bodice overlaid with lace and fash.
the. offices of Dr. Richard K. Amesin Icned with square neckline. Long
Pahokee. sleeves were pointed at the wrists.A .

Mr. Weeks, son of Mrs. Harold full-length train was attachedto
Lockmiller Winlock Wash., grad.. the back of the gown with a bow
uated from Pahokee High School at the shoulders. The elbowlength THANK YOU
with the Class of 1958: and served veil of illusion net fell from a
two years in the U. S. Army He tiara of seed pearls. She carriedan .
is now associated with the firm of arrangement thalaenopsis
J. G. Weeks Sons 140 N. Market orchids and stephanotis on a white
Road Pahokee. Bible.

Mrs. Roberto Arrieta cousin of Earl Kelly served as Mr. Weeks'
the bride, sang "Walk Hand in best man. Jacob Weeks of Okee- I I wish to sincerely thank each and every person

Hand chobee, brother of the bridegroom,
"Always" and 0, Perfect
Love" accompanied at the organ Walter Parker of Canal Point and who voted for me in Tuesday's election. I earn-

by Miss Faye Harris; who also Omar Adams, brother of the bride
played traditional nuptial number were, ushers. estly solicit your vote and continued .support in
*. Mrs. Alton Mints presided at'the

Miss Mary Lee Adams, sister of bride's book at the reception in the run-off election next Tuesday. And to thoseof .
''the bride as maid of honor wore the fellowship hall of the church "or..

-.. -, -- following the ceremony ,with the. you who voted for someone else in the election .
II bride's parents, hosts. Arrangementsbf .
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Classified l: Ads service graced:yellow, the roles' table.and Assistingwere :crystal ';.:-);. ,-' ,.',. ,....*".- let' me' .say that I hope yoti can see your way ,..'
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Mrs. Don Adams, Mrs. J. L.
b clearto!, cast a vote for me in the run-off..
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POSITIVELY all want ads 'br"': Calif\Mrs." CharleajBrown*,. Mrs. 'I(... needy ..
I Arnold Hughes, Miss Patsy Crosby ..
classifieds, as you wish to call ur vote and support to Win' in
them are payable in advance from I Miss Genl Barwick and Miss next Tuesday's
Ann Peacock.
his forward. Don't phone 'em. I
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Write it and drop a dollar bill in After the honeymoon in Central election and for your confidence I shall ever be
Florida, Mr. and Mr. Weeks will
the envelope if you want it run
be at their home on Lake Shore grateful
once. $2 if you want It run twice ,.
and so on.WHAT'S Drive, Canal Point, May 10.SCHOOL'S.
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IN THE ATTIO that you
don't need? A $1.00 classified adn .

this column': will probably find .:4: I'-
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JTa.FOR SALE: New and Used WIll'l.Jeeps. -

Walter Ashley's Garage Attendance
to Belle Glade, Phone 6-3058 I'A

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16 BLOCKS FROM BEACIL |1S AT ALL COUNCIL MEETINGS

per week for room bath, refrigerator
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': Today Americans; speak out ,for: freedom ,the same tone of,voice when you buy a Bond ; I;: rt

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: .if.I;*freedom, in other ,languages, in other lands as proudly. .'' .

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I: rl News Of The ChurchesHoly Ii Held Hatton Home Mrs.Georgia A. B. Holt-and By Mrs.Death Ruthen,


Dixon of Pahokee were called txReldsviUe
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19 Mrs. George Powner, Mrs. Ray Ga., recently by Ute.
i Johnson, Mrs. Bruce BOW.S and death of their brother D. C. Can*

Nativity First Baptist The Pahokee ChurchOf Mrs. Sally Bullti, new members of BOO 56F who died at a Savannah

the.. Fahelu Methodist: Woman's: Hospital following a heart attack. ,
t Episcopal ChurchPahokee Church, Canal Point The NazareneRev. Society of Christian Service, were Funeral services were held at

Willard honored at the annual WSCS ReldsviUe Methodist Church, April
Elder!: R. E. Barf IeldSUNDAYr Kilpatricfc Membership Reception held at the 30.
\ 433 Bacom Point Rd.
Rev. L. Leasing Vicar Monday Survivors In addition to the two
4 Phone 924-7523 P. O. Box 882 t home of Mrs. R. L. Hatton ,
SUNDAY: 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School night. sisters in Pahokee Include the

,11 10 a. m.-Sunday School 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship SUNDAY SERVICES: In the receiving line with Mrs widow, Corrine, of ReidsvUle. Relatives
9:45 a. m-Sunday School
11:00 a. m.-Worshlp Service 6:30: p. m.-B, 1. C. from here who attended the
1 t. 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship R. L- Hatton and Mrs J. L. Reeves,
i A' 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship. 6:30 p. m.-Juniors WSCS president who wore hibis- services were Mrs. Holt, Mrs. Dixon -

First Methodist TUESDAYS 7:30: m.:-Choir practice. 7:00 p. m.---Sunday Evening cus corsages were Mrs. Powner, Miss June Holt and Mrs. Leroy
p. Evangelistic Service Mrs. \Johnson and Mrs. Bowe Brantley; also Mr. and Mrs. Thorn
Church Pahokee WEDNESDAY:
WEDNESDAY wearing glorioaa lily corsages. The as Carroll of Belle Glade.
.', 7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer : .
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Service. 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer fourth honoree, Mrs. Butler, was
John A. Briley, Pastor unable to be present Mrs. JohnA.
THURSDAY:-Every other week i meeting. The Book That Lives,
SUNDAY: 7:30 p. m.Ladies Auxiliary I "Where you are a stranger but Briley, who was at the guest
9:451 m.-Church School Missionary TopicA
a.
Meeting. once" book, wore an orchid corsage. All
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship J:. .. of the corsages were made especially -
7:45: p. m.-Evening Worship for the. occasion by Mrs. Jess royal service program, en-
South Side ChurchOf Canal Point M. Elliott, past president of the titled "The Book That Lives," was
presented at the May meeting of
First Baptist Christ Church Pahokeo Garden Club.
Baptist the Pahokee Baptist Woman's
The refreshments table, laid
Church PahokeeGutbrie Union "Mrs. Guthrta
Missionary
by
Belle Glade across from Lawrence'itmrt. Pastor with a beautiful white applique
I 'Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 SUNDAY: [ cloth over pink, was centered witha Colvard, program\ chairman, assisted -
W. Colvard, Pastor by Mrs. E. B. Gamble, Mrs
SUNDAY" ; 10:00 a. m.-Bible Study 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School large. crystal punch bowl en. Wiley Thus and Mrs. Karl Ben
r 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 twined with baby's breath and
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School a. m. -Morning Worship nett. Each member was presentedwith
11:00: av m. Morning Worship 6:30 p. m.-Evening Service 6:30 p. m.-Training Union fern. Pink and white carnations, a copy of The New Testament -,

6:30: p. m. .Training Union 7:30 p. m.-Wed.. ...Bible Study 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship orchids, baby's breath and white for use In witnessing for
> In the candelab-
WEDNESDAY used
7:45: p. m- Evening Worhlp : tapers were
Christ, and each recited her favorite
WEDNESDAY: The Methodist Church 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting ra-epergua arrangements at either : verse from the. Bible.
end table. Soft
of the background
7:30 Service
: p. m.Prayer
The meeting was held at the
Canal Point, Florida music was furnished by the Misses
Church Of Christ church Tuesday morning with the
Sharon and Hatton.
The Church Of God Lynn president, :Mrs. Gamble, presidingat
James W. Baugher, Pastor After Mrs. Reeves, In a brief address -
SUNDAY:' 125 N. W. Avenue D the business session. The Fay
expressed her appreciationfor
Of Prophecy PahokeeCanal
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School.. Phone WY 6-3867 of Taylor Circle was assigned to
the
splendid spirit coopera-
Point Road 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Belle Glade, Fla. have charge of ,the maintenanceof
ahown
tion by the membership
6:00'' Worship I SUNDAY SERVICES the hospital library during the
m-Evening
John II. Kuiaid, pastor p. during the past year, Mrs. John
TUESDAY: '10:00: a. m.-Bible, Study month of May. It was reportedthat
10:00 School Hatton chairman. intro-
a. m.-Sunday program '
8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society1st I 11:00 a. m.-Mornlng Worship 22 Pahokee GAs attended the
11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service duced Miss Lynn flatten vocalist
t TuesdayWEDNESDAX I 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship recent Associations GA House
'I:45 p. Evangelistic Service i who gave a charming rendition of
Bible Town Boca RatOn
: WEDNESDAY Party at ;
8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. i I the song, ""'hen You Walk Alone,"
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting I 7:30 p. m.-Bible Study I also that Pahokee Sunbeams are
8:00 p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. accompanied by Miss Sharon Hat-i I
------------------------- :holding regular meetings with an
Everyone welcome. Special musts ton at the piano.
and singing. Witnesses HearSupervisor (I I Altar Society Has Mrs. Frank (Barbie) Rosenberg, ;average attendance of 17 children.It .
.. I I was announced the community
In of the WSCS gifts,
S. E. States Mrs. Castillo As Pres.Mrs. charge baby mission for the month will be
Church Of God read her own original poem, "A I
I contributing to the needs of the
Barfield Highway E. G. Castillo elected Mother's Duty," during the presentation ,County Home In West Palm Beach,
Speaking at a three-day1 relig- was of gifts to Rhonda Jo
gifts to include toilet articles for
bus assembly of Jehovah's/ wit new president of st. Maryi Altar Powner, infant daughter of Mr. both men and women, materialsfor

$* Pahokee, Fla. nesses, Joseph Saia, witness super- Society at the annual election of and Mrs. George Powner, and writing letters, ankle socks and
f A. L. Stone, Minister officers held during the regular landell Lewis Collins, Infant son of
visor for the Southestern States, the like. Mrs. Mennotte, a cousinof
4 Phone 9247363 Mr. and Mrs. Lewis M. Collins Jr.
meeting at the home of Mrs.
said that the moral breakdowns ( Mrs. M. J. Sapp, was introducedas
SUNDAY Charles Modeckl. retiring president Mrs. James I. (Jimmy) Moore
I 9:45: a. m.=:Sunday School earth-wlde and affects all naions. (I on Wednesday of last week. received a WSCS Life Membership a guestFourCirclesTVill.

J.?. 11:00: a. m. :Mornlng Worship I Other officers chosen for the Pin with Mrs. E. D. Sims, Jr.. ,
"7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser- Milts P. Crum, presiding minister (I t coming year were Mrs. Charles ,making the presentation on behalfof

":J viceTUESDAY of the Belle Glade congrega-j Modecki, vice president;'Miss Mir WSCS. Meet Tuesday May 11

: lion, said that delegates from the tha Batista, secretary; 'and Mrs. Mrs. D. B. Watkins, on behalf of ,

f"" 7:30: p. m.-.Prayer Service group were In attendance Sunday Ambroslo Robles, treasurer. The WSCS, presented to the president The four circles of the Pahokee

THURSDAY: evening at the Riviera Beach High new,officers will be installed during Mrs. J. L. Reeves, a lovely pin in Baptist WMU will meet separately
7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ School to hear Mr. Sala's talk the next meeting of the sOciety appreciation of her leadership dur on Tuesday May 11. The Betty

;,f'" < Service. which was the highlight of the at the home of Mrs. C< L. ing the past year. Mills Circle will meet In the morn-
Florida Circuit No. 8 assembly. Wilder on Wilder Road, May 26. Mrs. Jess M. Elliott and Mrs. D. Ing at 9:30 at the. home of Mrs.

*' St. Mary's Catholic Mr. Sala said many people laughat The group voted to join the Diocesan B. Watkins were cochairmen In Claude L. Shirley Sr. The Lottie

;'" Bible predictions and prophecies Council of Catholic Women.At charge of the reception, which Moon Circle meeting In the afternoon -
; Church I relating to our times. He said the the close of the business session took the place of general meeting at 3 o'clock will be at the

thought that the Bible predicted the group was Joined by Fr. of the WSCS for May. Mrs. RobertD. home of Mrs. Franklin G. Gillls.

4:Father Francis Fennech, Pastor; euchfa( moral climate In our gene Francis Fenech. who gave an interesting Apelgren, vas In charge of .the Mrs. Gene Gore will be hostess to

Sunday Mass -11:30, a. m ration is absurd to many higher talk on "Friendship Fellowship preparing and rving of refresh I members of the Faye Taylor Circleat

Confessions before. Mass k critics. and Love.CLASSIFIED. ments. Mrs. R, F. Hurt and Mrs., the meeting at her home at 8
"Certainly the critical time facing Milton Salvatore also assisted. p. m. The Grace Jernigan Circle

Glades Baptist ChurchRev. mankind today are unprecen- ADS PAY Sirs Georgia Hatch of Covlngton will also meet in the evening at

dented," he said. "Never before in BIO DIVIDENDS La.. was a guest 8 o'clock.

( Jonathan L. Wolf) history has there been such a deterioration -
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Building. I men. While no human authority

SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45: a. m. coujld have tor hen this terrible

PREACHING-11:00: a: m. and breakdown in morals yet over 1

7:30 p. m. nineteen centuries ago\ Almighty

t SUNDAY B. Y. F.6:30: p. m. God inspired Bible,writers to foretell Your Money Earns More

,WED.. PRAYER*30 p. m. the coming of these critical'
t --.. times. He. even, had recorded what /

St. Peter's Lutheran' is the underlying cause of the pres ,
ept. rash of lawless violence.\ Mr. AT EVERGLADES FEDERAL

Church, Belle Glade Saia referred to ,the',scripture. at ... tf
2 Timothy 3:1.5.:
August koerber, Pastor Mr. Crum said that the delegates Why:not get the highest 'rate of interest available in South Florida

601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade, had learned
SUNDAY. : three,days of religious Instructions, when you place your money, in savings account. This place is at the

'DIvine School Services 9:45 A. M.11 A. M. and the local Christian delegates fellowship would and be sharing that Everglades Federal in Belle Glade or in Pahokee. No savings institu-

this information with their tion in Florida pays'more than 4Vfc. percent and here your money is
BACK FROM HOMESTEAD neighbors through personal Bible

Mrs. Ruby Chaney has returned ttudlu."L' insured by an instrument of the Federal Government. Your moneyis

from a visit with her aon- 1.law .
and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. R. K. Methodists Plan safe at all times and readily available whenever you want it.

Doyle, in Fort Lauderdale and her

daughter, Mrs. Thelma Wood, and Training CourseA

other relatives )In Homestead. Drop By One Of Our Locations Today And Talk It Over With The.
While away she attended the wed Methodist WSCS Leadership
ding of 'her granddaughter MiltS Training Course will be held at Friendly Folks In Charge. You'll Enjoy Saving Here.

a Lynn Bennett, and Bruce Lake Side Methodist Church in

Brentley, held at the Church of the Lake Worth on Thursday, May 13. I .

Nazarene In Princeton, Fla. April from 9:30: a. m. to 2 p. m., with f
23. The bride is the daughter of time out for a sandwich luncheon EVERGLADES FEDERAL

,. }(r, and Mrs. John Bennett of during the noon hour. Mrs J. L.
Homestead Reeves president of the Pahokee Savings And Loan Association

',\ WSCS, urges members and eslc- ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP. '
Miss; Linda! Wilson has returned tally all officers to take this Interesting

to her studies at Andrew College, and Instructive coursa. Pahokee Belle Gladee

I Cuthbert Ga.,. after a brief visit Those planning to enroll are askedto

with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. : contact Mrs. .Reeves for trans- ..1
B. Wilson In Pahokee. portation arrangements.



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Page Eight The >Everglade News, Cxaatpoiat,:Florida 33483 Friday, May 1;'1WS'

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I I, Fort Lauderdale; and Jim Clial- Attend Funeral t'
I lancin. Rotarians Wives

The bride's mother wore a sheath Lake Butler RelativesJ.

r of Peacock blue crepe with a full Hear Joe Rushing

length lace coat of matching color.A G. Weeks of Canal Point{ at-

blue net headpiece adorned with tended funeral services for his

I ribbon petals of the same color, Joe B. Rushing of Fort Lauder- brother-in-law, Thomas Pinkston,

I blue peal dj sole pumps, white dale, president of Broward Junior 90, at Lake Butler last week

clutch bag and gloves. Her corsage College, spoke on "Promoting De- Other relatives from this area at-

it I'was a white orchid. mocracy" at the Pahokee Rotary tending were Mr. and Mrs. James
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? The bridegroom's mother worea Club's annual ladies night pro- Weeks of Pahokee, Mrs. Ben oJ'

two piece dress of American gram and banquet held at the Royal Smith of Canal Point, Mr. and

Beauty ribbon-lace, and a veiled Palm Beach Inn Thursday Mrs. J. T. Guerry and Mrs. W. H.

pillbox hat of matching color; night, with wives of members, the McCarty of Belle Glade.

t clutch bag and kid pumps of rose, I Rotary Anns, attending as guests. .. .

r L white gloves and a white orchid The importance of eternal vigi-
corsage. lance to protect individual free. PTA Training Day

Mrs. Dulany, the bride's maternal dom and civil rights, and the needof

grandmother, wore a sheath of every American to assume the Set NextTuesday

babyblue satin brocade, and white responsibilities of active citizen-

accessories. Mrs. Calvin A. Shive, ship to promote and safeguard the

I the bride's maternal great-grand- democratic way of living were The Palm Beach County Council

mother wore turquoise blue crepe stressed by the guest speaker. of Parent-Teacher Associations

and lace, with matching accessor President R. M. Sanders Intro- will hold the annual New Officer's

Jes. The bride's paternal grandmother duced John H. Howell, who servedas Training Day at the Council Of-

Mrs. Sydney Kittrell toastmaster:: and introduced the fice, Bldg. S-1138, Tuesday, May

Smith Sr. wore navy blue crepe speaker. Each of the Rotary Anns 11, from 9:30: a. m- until 2:00: p. m.

\ and lace with navy blue accesso- present received a sweater guard Special classes will be held for

ries. All three had a white orchid Imprinted with the Rotary emblem Presidents, Treasurers and Secre-

corsage.A as a complimentary. gift from the taries. General classes will be conducted -,

reception was held in the club. in Parliamentary procedure -

Church Parlor immediately following .e. Publications and the County

the ceremony. The bride's, table 'Chicken SupperBy Council Scholarship.

was covered with a white swiss This is a special training session
embroidered organdy cloth over a Church Ladies i designed to assist all newly elected '

: white satin underskirt. The table and re-elected Officers in the Local -

I was centered with a four-tiered Ladies of the Church of God on i Units throughout Palm Beach

; wedding cake with a pale green Barfield Highway are offering the 'I County. PTAs having five or more

icing and topped with a white or- public another of their delicious I attend the entire session are eligible .

chid. On either Bide of the caki Cried chicken suppers this Friday to apply for State Study-Dis

there was a cherub pedestal holding evening, May 7, from 5 to 8 p. m. cussion Group Credit

arrangements of white shasta I This benefit supper includes .' Instructors will consist of Of'leers -

pompoms and garlanded with golden brown fried chicken, pota- and Chairmen of the County

.< I Southern Smilax The punch table! toes, green beans, cole slaw and Council. Registration will be from

,and matching cloth and' acces- rolls at only a dollar a plate for 9:00 to 9:30 a. m, and there will

series. adults and 50 cents for children be a luncheon break from 12:00: to'

: MRS. RONALD I Assisting at the reception were : where' can you beat that? 12:30: p. m. '

Mrs. Dan Carpenter, Mrs. Duncan I Since the space at the church is
Mrs. Grimes limited, this will be strictly a pick- NOTICE FOR BIDS
Padgett
Ralph
,
Miss Gloria Miriam Sealed bids will be received by the
I great-aunts of the bride; Mrs. up and delivery supper, that is, I I Northwestern Palm Beach County

Ronald Wade :tIuds I Vance Denton, Mrs. John Evans, plates may be picked up at the Public the Everglade Hospital Memorial Board at Hospital the office Pa.of

Mrs. W. W. Weeks, Mrs. Barnes church or they will be delivered to I hokee Fla until 3 P.,it. Eastern Stand

Miss Gloria :Miriam Smith, Smith, Mrs. :Milton Carpenter, homes and business houses on cal. 300 ard MA Time Portable the 17th X-Ray day of Machine May 1983., ,for to

daughter of Mr. and'Mrs. Sydney Mrs. R. Y. Creech, Mrs. Charles For delivery service, telephone I furnish the Everglades Memorial Hospital -

Klttrell' Smith, Jr., Belle Glade, be- Fontaine, all cousins of the bride. 92"- 879 or 924-7870, you'll be I at 200 South Eaifleld Highway
All bids should
came the bride of Ronald Wade Mrs. William A. Thiebaud and Miss glad you did. be addressed to Aly
M. Okie. Chairman Northwestern Palm
Hudspeth, son of Mr. and Mr*. Marilyn Rabin. Miss Margaret Beach County Public Hospital Board
George Wesley Hudspeth, also of West greeted the guests and Mrs. NOTICE FOR BIDS and directed to the Everglade Memorial -
I Sealed bids will be received by th, Hospital. 1749 E. Main Street Pah<)-
Belle Glade, at the Community Philip A. Dulany, aunt of the Northwestern Palm Beach Public Ho- kee. Fla.
pltal Board at the office of the Kver All equipment to' be furnished a*
Methodist Church, Saturday evening bride, presided at the bride's book
I glade Memorial Hospital Pahokee, Fla. specified: or equal and It shall be theresponsibility
May 1, 8 o'clock. For traveling the bride wore a until 3 P. M. Eastern Standard Timthe of the bidder to furnish
I The Rev. W. R. Boland, pastor suit of baby-blue cotton pique with 17th day of May 1M3 for Cqulpmen: proof that his equipment I* equal to
to furnish the Everglade Memorial ipecificatlon
performed the double ring cere-1Ir'I white trim, white straw ;hat, whiti Hospital at 200 South Barfield Highway It should be noted that the Everglades -
assisted by Mrs. Miriam L. and She Pahokee, Florida. Memorial Hospital I is county
bag, gloves. worea
mony pumps,
owned,
All bids should be addressed to Aly (a non profit institution andn .
Dulany, grandmother of the bride. corsage of three Skinnerl or- M. Okie. Chairman Northwestern Palm therefore exempt! from Florida State
Bach 'County Public Hospital Board Sale Tax or Us Tax and Federal Excise -
Mrs. Gordon Corbin, organist play chids.
Tax).
: and directed: to the Everglade K.-
ed pre-nuptial music, also the traditional I Following a brief wedding trip morlal Hospital, 1749 II:. Main Street Specification: may be secured at the

wedding marches and accompanied the bridal couple are residing at Pahokte.All equipment Fla. to be furnished II Hospital.office of 174 the* East Everglade Main* Street. orb

Milton O. Carpenter, 4000 Greenwood Drive'in West 'specified or equal and It shall be thresponsibility hokee Fla.
of the bidder to furnish Attest: J. C. Slmonds. Jr.
baritone who sang, "At Dawning,1"I Palm Beach. proof that his equipment I* equal to AdministratorApril
Love Thee," and "The Prayer The bride was graduated from specifications. 30. May 1. 1909NOTICE
A bid bond will be tumlabeeS'in the r
I Perfect"The Belle Glade High School in 1962 amount of not IM than 5% of the bid FOR BIOS
: vows were exchanged at the and is presently a senior of Flor- price, and will be returned within 10 April 15. 1963
Sealed bid will be
day : contract received by the
I I altar which had a background of ida State University, majoring in The 011-'dn.ot successful bidder Northwestern Palm Beach Public Hospital -
palms, two large baskets containing elementary education. She is now will be returned and a purchase order Board at the office of the Everglades .
written a* soon M satisfactory performance Memorial Hospital Pahokee.
I arrangements of white mums, Interning at Morthmoore Elementary bond t* presented sto the Florida until 3 P. M. Eastern Standard
white pompoms and white gladi School in West Palm Beach. hospital authority TIme the 17 day of May 1903 for Liquid
Bid bonds may be accepted In.the Oxygen to furnish the Everglade: Memorial -
oli. On the altar table was an arrangement She Is a member of Delta Gamma Form of a certified check. AU 1&eml1I111 Hospital at 200 South Barfield
of white Callalllies, and Sorority and of Kappa Delta Pi be new and manufacturer name will Highway Pahokee. Florida.
b9 specified. All Item will carry a All bid should be addressed to Aly
either side of the table was a nine- Education Honorary. standard guarantee which Is to be so U. Okie. Chairman. Northwestern Palm
stated In the bid form. Beach County Public Hospital Board
branched candelabra holding long The bridegroom graduatedFrom I
was
All Items or boxes will be Indexed and and directed the Everglades: Memorial. -
white tapers and twined with ar- Belle Glade'High School in marked on the outside with the location Hospital 1749 East: Main Street, Pahokee.
Smilax and the 1960 and from Florida Uni- of the room where they are to be Fla.
lands of Southern State
placed. All equipment that Is specifiedwill All equipment that I* specified: will
I reserved pews were marked: with versity with a B. 8. degree In Businesa be furnished to, fit all standard be furnished tit all standard eon.
connections and electrical equipmentmust necUcoa,..and iotrtcal equipmentmust
of white Shasta Administration 1964. He i
arrangements in operate on 110-308 volts. The operate on 110-2OS volte. TheNorthwestern
daisies and Southern Smilax. employed with the Retail Credit Northwestern Palm Beach County Public Palm Beach County Pub-
\ Hospital Board reserve the right f lic Hospital Board reserve the right to
The bride was given in marriage Company In West Palm Beach. accept or reject any or all bid, and accept 01 reject any or all bid*.
by her father. She wore a formal should It be necessarr to reduce the A statement shall be furnished try
; amount purchased, negotiate with the each bidder advising the number ofcalendar
I gown of,white; slipper satin fashioned Billie) Ray Moslcy successful bidder for a reduction In the days required 'to make delivery
'with a bodice of Alencon bid. All Ifms will be priced Individually and Win Installation after receiptof
t # ; Takes Position by the bidder showing the discount an order. .
: late; boat neck, elbow length New and n-t price of each section ,and The* base bid*' will Include. Installation -
sleeve and self-covered,, buttons ; discount and net price of their total and instruction to the proper
: bid. All equipment will be purchasedon us. of thejequlpment by a represent
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down the back of the bodices? A Bnu. Ray Mosley of Pahokee, .th" basis of price and quality. Uv of the successful bidder. Deliveryof
feature of the front skirt was a Any lore sustained b' the equipment aU item shall be by June 30. 1901 -
who for many years has been asso- price to complete> Installation shall be AU bid must be firm and bid containing -
large panel of re-embroidered alen- the responsibility of the supplier. escalator clause will not be
ciated bust-
with insecticide
I the
The
hospital equipment shall beDr acceptable.Any .
back skirt designed
lace. The was -
con : has accepted a new position guaranteed be free of defect In provision for cash discount offered -
with a pleated bustle topped material or workmanship. by the bidder must be so Indicated -
I fell with Flag Sulphur and Chemical pa13 prices quoted art to Include pre- on the bid form otherwise such
with bow the bustle
} a ; Company of and will work freight charge FOB Pahok*. a discount cannot be considered.It .
1 Tampa Florid site of Installation Installed. A should be noted that the Everglade
i east coast area of Palm Beach statement shall be furnished by each Memorial Hospital 1* county
Broward.counties. bidder advising the number of calendar owned (a non profit institution and
I day required to make dtllvery and begin therefore exempt from Florida State
I Mr. Uoiley was with McCUrdy- Installation after receipt of an Sale Tax or Use Tax and Federal Ex-
\ order. else Tax).
Supply Co., Int, for nine The base bids will Include packing Specification may be secured at the
and more recently has been cost, prepaid delivery to the hospital office of the Everglades: Memorial Hasp -
I PRINCE THEATRE building uncrating. Installation and ttal. 1749 East: Main Street Pabokee.
Glades Chemical Company Instruction; the proper use of the Florida.
two years. The Mosleys own equipment by a representative of tin I Th* Everglade Memorial Hospital
I'AIIOKEE FLA. urccmful bidder. Delivery of all Items will receive bid until May 17th. 3 P
I > home on Bacom Point Road shall be by June 30. IMS. M.. Eastern Standard Time for the
have been house-shopping In All bid must be firm and bid eon. purchase of liquid oxygen over a periorl
'M' Utnlng escalator clause mill not be of three or five years whichever In inn
!J DAlIONDAY, TUESDAY east coast area where he will acceptable.Any pinion of the Hospital appear mart
his time the provision for cash discount of- advantageous. The bidder will bo
\Y 9-10-11 among growers. teM by the< bidder must be so Indicated furnished with the park site: the OS1-
.L on the bV form othenrlne such a ten main and alarm wiring will be run
r t'lL OF THANKS discount cent be eoa klerfCI. to the park site by the Hosoltal.
I I E A R ) It should be noted that the Xver-: It will be the duty of all bidden to
'/ : I deeply appreciate th? beauti I ,!"<*?. Memorial H*-plt l ta county determine ra detail aU De nary information -
: ; ; :'BRIGITTE"JAMES flowers wned.' (a non profit Institution and. they may require for th.
the cards prayers, therefore. xemnt from Florida State formulation of their bids.
I, and other aits of kindness Rain Tax or Use Tax and Federal Bidden should know that a cement
( STEWART, FABIAN, during recent Excise Tail.Pneclneatlone. pad surrounded with a chain Unit
!
to me my may be secured at the fence u already furnished by the own
,; : AND GLYNIS JOHNS { Illness and stay ,in the hospital offtoi of the Evrnrlsdes Memorial Ho*- era.AlJ
nltal. 1749 East Main Street Pahokee. bidden win offer a firm price
(IN COLOR ; accept my heartfelt thanks, Attest for the life of the contract
; ) friends. May God bless each : J. C. Slmonds Jr. ** ?'year, COIUUJDOUOI1 was approximately
Administrator 634 K rvlender
you. Kvmlade Memorial Hospital Attest: J. C. Blmonds. Jr.
'. Mrs. Llndrose. PsJioke Florida Administrator
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