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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: June 4, 1965
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00180
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Friday" June,11, 19&S
Two The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida ? -
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.- -'!I in the Maxson Building of PersonafItont -
bell skirt and sleeveless bodice tlon :
with round neckline. Two tiers of church followingtnr

net over the face were attachedto Miss Gale Sears presided at th1W

a headpiece of aqua*.atID shape I i i I bride's book. Miss Gwen \ Mrs. Kansas Toddf1 attended the

ed' as'a. bow"with'seglins' at the I'.was at the punch bowl while graduation of*her' granddaughter,
center t.' Orangt' orchid streamers''ijjnda I Wilson served portions
Miss Paula Todd, daughter r of Mr.
flawed'ffolh her bdud.net of'mli: d'1 I I the wedding cake. Mrs. Betty Jo
flowers. Williams and:Mrs. Maxine Maxson and Mrs. C. L. "Tiny" Todd, at

Mist Lillian Doris Sims, sister of also assisted Forest Hill High School Friday
The table; laid with white lace night.
bridesmaid.Her .
the bride, served as' ,
l cloth, was centered :Marlene'Nelson and
gown and flowers 'were Iden- over apurple Mrs. son.
tical to those of the maid of hon t. with an arrangement of springflovirrrs' Mark; of'St.. Augustine were the

The bride was.given in marriaga I j: carrying out a color weekend guests of her parents,
-== I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williams.Markwill .
by her father. Her streetlengthgown scheme of blue; purple, white and
; be the guest of his1
an original design made by
The Rardin, Building: In Canal- Point;, Florida, her aunt Mrs. Elmer Maxson, was I orange. A smaller nowet'arrange- grandparents 'for a couple' weeks.

fashioned with a"'whlt J satin bodice I mtnt, featuring' the same colors, Mr.. and Mrs. Harry Elarbee and
THE; LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF
and lace over satin skirt. A fitted :was on the piano. The scene'waJ IOn Kirk, and Mr. and Mrs,: Albert

THE EVERGLADES NEW lace Jacket had small pearl but- :lighted with six aqua I tapers in Gamot and daughter, Nicole, will,

tons all the way down, the front, I crystal holders. The three-tiered spend Sunday at the beach in West

Sorting.the Lake Otfeechobee,Farming Region Without arid'( the long sleeves I pointed over1 ,wedding'cake was decorated with Palm Beach.
Interruption Every Week for 40 Years the hands were fastenedVith pearl I pale lavender frosting and the Mrs. Lillie Mae Galloway of In-
buttons Her shoulder-length veil Lighting diantown, and E. F. Weathers:. of
; purple.
Established MarcHr 11; 192.tPubUs1'ied EVery Friday1SubdcripttoWPrlce i punch was deep
of French illusion was attachedto the bride's book was a lamp witha Belle Glade, were the guests' ct
Year'In Advance "
$2.00 a headpiece of flowers and I special shade made with leftover Mrs. .Dorothy*, Shack'J 5ra tot thV

""* The:Evifrgliaca? 'News Is'Entered at the Post OfficeIn rhinestone: She' carried a- white I pisces from the bride's gown. graduation of'her son; Robert.(

Cabal.Point, Florldd, as Second Class Matter prayer book with a white orchidon r Rice bags, made of white nylon Mr, and Mrs.. Gerald King hadf
*. then') $ear' Us: William? KtnV
top net with blue tie ribbons, were distributed as g ,
Paul'Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher Earl Dean Thompson, U. S. among the, guests by of West Palm Belch for the grad*

Navy, served as his brother's best Butch Sims, small brother of the uatlon of their daughter: PrlaHllalire. >
Miss Joy Sims Is Wed man. Alton Sims of Imniokalee'and bride. Chard; Mr: and'MrV. Sluaft

To D. A Thompson Joe Davis of Pahokee were uaher.J. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson are now 'Spooner, and Mrs. Roberta Smith

k1IRTHS Mrs. Grace Maxson was' the at their home on Cressman Drivein I were*'the guests'of Mr. and Mri.Bin'ShaCkford .

Miss Joyce Virginia Sims of receiving line hostess at the recep- St. Petersburg. I this past weekend:

Canal Point and Dorsey Alan .
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marriage in a candlelight, t ,M. ', .. .. .. .. ... .. t' .. ... .X. >< (* '
kMr. and Mrs.' Bobby i Bush of Ft. double-ring ceremony held in the .)1 .....
Canal Point Methodist Church
Myers announce' the birth j of a 6 I 1 .-..'
Saturday (June 5) at 7:30 m., t
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Robin' : ", .. '))1 C. ..x.
daughter, :Marie, bora June with Rev. James W. Baugher, '.
6, Weighs 7'lb it; 1 'oz. at'Lee Memorial pastor, officiating. I t' '. :
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Hospital, Ft. ,Myers.
The altar was decorated with X
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. (Pony) Phillips floor baskets of white and "X.z
(Sara Nell January)announce purple-centered white gladioli miniature Phone 924-5511 Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade XX v ,

the birth of a daughter at Everglades mums with potted palms in the 5::

Memorial Hospital, June 7. background, and the pews for'rel SALES and SERVICE *Y e>


'' atives encircled were with marked white satin net bows and tf; : Heating Air Conditioning Appliances *;>
n( THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL' CIRCUITOF purple and orange orchids. Nuptial
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BEACH FLORIDA COUNTY IN<,AND FOR PALM music was furnished by Miss Carol A. ,..,.. ... 6.. > $4 9 < > '

IN CHANCERT'NO M C MM C McDonald of St. Petersburg, vocalist ,
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IN:RE: a cousin of the bride, and
MATTER' OF ADOPTION Miss Sharon Johnson, pianist.
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RE: PATRICIA ANN'WA'ITOBDA.K.A I
DAUGHTERY ADOPTIONTO The bride, daughter of Mr. and
:, GERALD ALDEN' PAUOHTERT' Mrs. Angus M; Sims, of Canal .
Address unknown ,
..NOTICBITO! DEFEND Point, graduated from Pahokee This, family'enjoys';
You are hereby notified;that Petition 'High School with the Class of ;
for Adoptiotf ha*' been filed In
the.above atyled Coon for adoption: of 1964, and before her marriage was
Infant girl, PATRICIA''ANN .WATFORD employed in the offices of the U. t perfect indoor comfortevery : .
A-K-A DAUOHTEBY born'at Lake
S. at Bryant.The .
Sugar Corporation
W tth. Palm Beach County.'Florid* on
July 22nd. 19M'_ to DIANA SUSAN bridegroom, also a graduate : day, in'thenyearithanksrtbsafer ::
DAUQHTERY. You.are hereby commanded -
of Pahokee High School, is the
to file with" thet above Court ,
the original of your Answer or other son of Mr: and Mrs. Ray D.: Nameless
cleaner
defenses July IMS.on and"orr" ,before tfiatelythereafter the! 12th day of Thompson, 297 Annona Ave., Pa cheaper, '

Mm ,a copy)of i salcf'Answ< or other i hokee. He is an employee of Oped
defenses upon CBARL2S B.. OUTHfUDOE. Road Campers in St. Petersburg.Miss reverse-cycle 'electric air-conditioning.
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Attorney>City Center Building
Paula'Gall maidof
Bryant as
Lake Worth, FlorMa?jbtherwttw al
legations of Mid Petition1 .ia!bd takeflM honor wore a street-length,

confessed this,by 2nd you.Dated dayfof. Junet 1909. gown of aqua satin, fashioned with COOLS in summer.. WARMS in winter.
JOHN B." D0NKLE
Clerk of Circuit.Court NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO So YEAR.ROUND.RIGHT for Florida home
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) REGISTER FICTITIOUS
By: Thaddi P. plant
Deputy 'Clerk"= NAME' ',.
.CH.lRLIs'D.: OUTURIDOS Notice 'is hereby given that the

Lake S1F-220 City.Center Florida Bldg- undersigned, under the provisions A .i
Pub.t i June 10. IT, 24. and 'July 1. leGS of Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, :

-,....- -- Acts of 1941, will register with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and

for Palm Beach' County, Florida, :., __r

Classified:Ads' upon receipt of proof of publicationof ,

this notice, the fictitious name, _
to-wit: tix t tWhat

POSITIVELY all want I ads or WALLACE BARNES DODGE
classifieds wish to call
as you Pahokee, Florida
them: are payable in advance from Under '
which I am engaged in
his forward. Don't 'em.
day phone
business in Pahokee, Palm Beach
Write it and drop,a dollar.bill in
County, Florida. That the party
the envelope if want it runonce.
you
Interested in said business is Wal-
$2 if )'au'want'lt run twice
lace Barnes. That the firm nameis
and. so on.iVHATS .
Wallace Barnes.Dodge..

IN THE ATTIC that you to be publlshedvonce; week-for

""don't; need? :A'$1.00'classified"ad four; successive ,weeks In neVs-

n ,this column will probably find paper of..general ,circulation in
you sale.'Just writs your ad, en. Palm Beach County.
tloae a dollar and we'll doth rest: Pub.: June'4, 11, '1825' '196,5IN' ,

Th* Everglades News' ,Canal,Point, .
na; Till CIRCUIT COURT OF' Till: '
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT about
Or FLORIDA. IN.aND FOR PALM your family(?
FOR SALE New and Used Willys, BEACH COUNTYIN
Jeeps. Walter; Ashley's 'O CHANCERY 660- 1257-C
rare
in Belle Glade, Phone 6-SOM.i BOSS BODQEB3.Plaintiff JB, -i t Why "simmer" in the summer (or shiver in the winter)? Prices: of

Oct.17-M-ch) \ BOSS MARTS:"RODOERS, i flameless! ,'electric'air-conditioning are 'way down. And reverse: I3J''r t

:"VACATION TIME" NOTICE Defendant Or SUIT: cycle cost ao little! that the winter heating feature is practically Ltvllro'

18''BLOCKS: FEOMiBEACIL, $10 TO: ROSE ADDRESS MARIE UNKNOWN: RODOERS a free bonus. One compact unit saves space and the extra cost of uP 1",
per week I for room bath rtfrlgi I You are hereby notified that a suit
erator, hot plate. 3 room hu been filed against you In the above separate cooling'and'heating systems: Beat the heat now! Now,
apart-I entitled cause: and that you are hereby nxr Of
ment $20 to $25 per week, required to file- your
month. 1109 Ga. Ave., West Palm I I!Circuit written Court defense of with Palm the Beach Clerk County of UM, 80'easy to enjoy the comfort: and convenience of year-round air. I1.ICnIClTT
Beach; call Mr.'or* Mrs. Cochrane Florida and to sent a copy. thereof
680-1724 or 8321214. June 25-p upon plaintiff Attorney Thadd Whld- conditioning. See your air- den 161 South Lake Avenue Pahokee. '
r Florida., not later than June 30. 1949.If Afigliance
rOB GENERATORS and starters you fall to do ao decree pro eonXeoaowtU -
see S. 1L Underwood in his new be entered against you for the re-
location t I US441 and Lake: shoreD list demanded of In the complaint.foi dlTorce.Thenature : :

1ve in'Canal Point.For anything Sith WITNESS day of cI:1 May.'1983.. and seal this i-

inthe generator or starter line B. DUNKLB -
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give him a call at_6244111. flip (Circuit' Court Seal of) .the Circuit Court .........-. .

By meddle P.,Plant -
HOUSE ":SALE-i-Threa'bed 'Q tyGlerk.. .... ,,, ,-. .. '." ;
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Attorney to rPlalntlff FLORIDA POWER LIGHT
school on Lake Shore Drive In Canal 181 South Lake Avenue : COMPAtiWelpfng Bulldllorld.Page .

4r : POint. Phone 924-3401. M21c Pahokee.PUO.I May Florida 28th, June.4. U. and 18. 1963 ;





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Page Four The Everglades. New. Canal Point, Florida Friday June 11, '1965
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Mrs. Grace Waldron and daughters !I I Mrs. George Ramey left Tiiea- Mr. and,Mrs. Franklin, G. G1IU.
I Wilma, and Carol,. left Friday ::day for a visit with her daughter were the Saturday guests of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh and Mrs. F. S. Parker in Lake
for Dallas Texas, where they will and family
,. be the guest of Mrs. Waldron's I Miller, in Rockledge and her I II Park.
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sister Mrs. Box. Wilma plans to daughter-in-law, Mrs. David Ram I Mr. and Mra. John Brantley 'and
remain for.the summer. I ey in Cocoa. i daughter Lisa, of Clewlston were
Mr. and Mrs. Al Belcher left I Mrs. Melvin Spooner accompanied the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
f Sunday for a two-week vacation in by her children, Mary Nell and Tolly Youngblood.Mr. .
t ti I Hendersonvllle, N. C. :;:Melvin, and David Story and Patty I II and Mrs. A. R. Harrington
Miss Marilyn Mock and Miss Apelgren spent this past weekendin attended funeral services for their
Karen Winn are the 'guests this Orlando.Mr. brother-in-law S. B. Preston Sat-
yt week of Miss Mock's sister, Mrs. I and Mrs. Paul Tillery spent urday at Hollywood Temple Meth-
David Ramey in Cocoa. the past weekend on the beach in odist Church Hollywood.AT .
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Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reeves and Palm Beach.
children of Bellamy Ala., are the I Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Smith plan to YOUTH ASSEMBLY
< / N dg4 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin i visit Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Branyon Terry Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs.
G. Gillis In Melbourne this weekend. Perry Hall, Is representing the Canal -
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r" sy Mrs. Roberto Arrieta and children Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Blanken- Point Baptist Church at the
are the guests of her brother ship and family are spendling a I Florida Baptist Youth Assemblyat
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. two-week vacation In Bluefield, Stetson University DeLand
Eugene McCall in Norfolk Va W. Va. I this week.

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MISS YVONNE THOMPSON June's Dairy Month! MILK is my pride!"

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)lr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Thompson Sr., announce the engagementof
their daughter Miss Yvonne Truett to James Bailey Chaplin son
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Chaplin, In Miami. The wedding Is set for lii'8100 '.
f 21 at the First Baptist Church in Pahokee. ::
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i n week.Mrs. E. C. Odom has returnedto Who drinks four glasses of milk a day.OWTMIAtT jr
her home in Dade City after a "
two-week visit with her daughter,
Mrs. Lawrence Stewart. ILORIeA.M.r INITTTUTI C,."!vo ,... _
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home in Orlando. Mr. Hasty has "
been connected with ,Chase and "
Company in Pahokee. ,
Miss Donna Mae Shields of Wau-
chula is the guest of her sister nnd .
brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Gen

Mcllwaln.Mr. and Mrs. P A. Sizemore' ire

" visiting in Tifton, Ga., this week. :

Rardin Mrs. Donald were the Kepp guests and Mrs.of Paul Mrs. ': '. GO CHEVRON ,i :

Kepp's son Jasper Reed, in Or-. .
lando ThursdayJune,3.. ..' \.\ ,
Allen Wroten has, returned to .
his home following a visit with his };f:
grandmother, Mrs.: Velva Elliott, .'
'' In Naples. .. .,.""",' ,,' ,,':.,'H.i' ,' ,..' :-" "-.- .1 Put that Young Ho spirit in "t

Mike Maxson has returned to : Z2'? your carl! Crisp as a forehand -
his duties at McCoy AFB, Orlando .. ';..,'".\.,.'''<'','' ',''f.J.! :...> smash,the from
response get
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following a visit,with his parents, ,, .,' I I't
)cr. and Mrs. Earl Maxson. -: ;, .. Chevron, the livelier gasolines. ,

Mrs. Elmer Upthegrove and And you'll love their flashing getaway,their
( children and Mrs. R. 'O. Crosby: long-running economy.Their new whuper-

and, children are spending asix quiet performance too. So .
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,," "th. '. swinging witK winner.Tank up and takeoff

Steven High of Orlando, aj recent 'II. S- in style at your nearest Standard Oil ;, ,

graduate of Stetson University station,where we take letter care of your car.1ANDAR .f'I
spent several days this past
week as the guest of Miss Ruth
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Urs. Guthrie Colvard.


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I ; News Of The Churches ,: Surprise Birthday- Birthday- Party I,

: Frank Wilson returned to his I Mrs. Jessie Hughes celebrated' ,.
I : home in Canal Point Sunday following her 77th birthday anniversary
: church services to find a the home of her daughter and l n. I
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: ?II. ""M house full of neighbors and rela- in-law, Mr. and :Mrs. H. C. Clark,

.St Peter's, Lutheran w.t rc h 1 LQint pbithy \ 'nday June 7. .:Mr. and Mrs./\ .
: MahrsDba Tanis, "Mr: .: ilJghesiand son Lowell, Mrs.
.Church, Belle Glade (Rev. Jonathan,14 ') WITS "'datfgnterTwas"alstttedT>y' Kay WaneK and son, Thumper,'Mr.
Meets In Pa&6k< ''uon76tb Mrs. Earl Wilson and Mrs. Jack and Mrs. A. V. Hughes and family, ,
August Koerber, Pastor *** Building'>'"v '*"'.* Lawrence Stewart, ,Pastor, : Strayer In serving a pot luck dinner R. E. Hughes and son, Stanley, :,
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601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade ,SUNDAY SCHOOLr-9:45 a. m. SUNDAY! followed by home made ice I Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Sapp and Mr. I,
SUNDAY: 'PREACHING-ll:00 al': ri. and 6:45: a. m.-Sunday School cream aid a big birthday cake. and :Mrs. Charles Maxson were
.Divine Services 11 A. M. j ",,7:3Op.m *'', 11:00 a. m.-Homing Worship The':75guests attendingspent the ,among the guests who attendedthe '
School 9:45 A.: M. \ SUNDAY B. Y. F.-6:30 p. m.JXED. .6:30: p. m. Training Union afternoon with a" very surprisedand party.
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i : PRAYER-7:30: p. m. 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship happy Mr. Wilson""wfco" will be .
Holy Nativity : .a. WEDNESDAY: a long'time for tJ.ttiDg ,the occas-
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting ion. Mrs. Maude Andrews
The Methodist Church .
Episcopal ChurchPahokee : A. .
Weds J. G. Weeks

Canal... Point, FloridaJames The; Pahokee Church Buffet Supper JoCompliment
Of The NazareneRev. Mrs. Maude Andrews t>f Starke
Rev. William Pickets, View Pastor CoupleMiss
SUNDAY "** W. Baugher, and J. G. Weeks of Canal Point
SUNDAY, :
8:00 :Willard Kilpatrlck were married Tuesday, June 8, at
A.. M-Holy Communion I 9:45 a. m. Sunday School Yvonne Thompson and her
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iiw 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 433 Bacom Point Rd. fiance, Jim Chaplin, ;were 'jompll- 6 o'clock in Graceville. They were
f First Methodist 6:00 p. m.-Evening Worship I Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box,882' merited with a buffet supper" Sunday married by :Mr. Weeks' son, L. Tre-
SUNDAY SERVICES: \ .
Mr. and Mrs. ,
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vette Weeks at his home.
Church PahokeeJohn 9:45 a. School
m.-Sunday
Walter Schwab. 365 Grand Concourse -
8:00 m.-Woman's Society1st
p. ,, 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship Miami The couple plan to return to
; Florida.
A. Briley Pastor Tuesday"WEDNESDAY: 6:30: ,p. m,-Juniors Among the guests were Mr. and Canal Point Saturday where they
7:00: m.-Sunday Evening will make their home on Lake
SUNDAY p.
: 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting, Mrs. Joe Thompson Joe Erby "' "*"
9:45 a. m.-church School .... .. Evangelistic Service Thompson Mr.. and Mrs.' M. II. Shore Drive.
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship WEDNESDAY: Baxter, Mr. and'Mrs.' J. Marvin; Where they will make their homo.
7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship St. Mary's Catholic,. 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer Jnwin, Mrs. 'John T. Furlong and on Lake Shore Drive.
Church meetlnlg. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zachritz. .

,Church Of God, "Where you are a stranger butonce" Also, Mr. and Mrs! Charles Chaplin CIRCLE :MEETING

Father Francis Fennech, Pastor I I their friends and family. The lone Patterson Circle of the '
Barfield Highway: Sunday Mass 11:30: a. m. Canal Point Baptist Church will
Confessions before Mass WSCS Group Hears I Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Walker and meet with Mrs. H. G. Rodgers
Pahokee, Fla. .. From Mrs. DuBose I children, Tommy and Janet, Ief1i Monday June 14, at 2:30 p. m.
A. L. Stone, Minister First Baptist Saturday for several days' vacation :Mrs. J. D. Latham will present the
Phone 924.7363 on the beach in Naples. program.
SUNDAY: Church Canal PointElder Members of the WSCS of Pa-
0:45 a. m.-Sunday School hokee Methodist Church heard
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship R. E. Barfield Mrs. W. M. DuBose tell of her recent -
7:30: p. Evangelistic Ser SUNDAY: trip to the Holy Land and
viceTUESDAY Egypt and show slides of Biblical
9:4: $ a. m.-Sunday School ENJOY OEUGHTFUl SUMMER .
places of Interest, Monday night
: 11:00: a. m--Morning Worship WEEKENDS OB VACATIONS At LOW SATES
7:30: p. m.-Youth for Christ In the church sanctuary. Mrs. Du
6:30: m--B. T. C.
p. Bose was introduced by Mrs. Richard
Service i TUESDAYS 7:30 p. m.:-Evening Worship Nason. 7a1m 'mL Show

Following the Mrs. J.
First Baptist I 7:30 m.-Choir practice program
p.
L. Reeves presided at the business

Church, PahokeeGuthrie WEDNESDAY 7:30 p. m.-:Midweek Prayer meeting, at which time the Ger Weekend Specials
I Service.THURSDAYEvery trude Shirley circle was presented
W. Colvard, Pastor the attendance award. The
other week on Beautiful
SUNDAY group accepted, with regret, the
9:45 a. .-Sunday"School 7:30 p.Meeting.m.-Ladies Auxiliary resignation ,of Mrs. Wilbur Max- SINGER ISLAND

11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship -. well. from the WSCS and her office FLORIDA .
6:30 p. m.-Training Union as secretary of program materials. ........ ,
South Side Church Mrs. Howard Holman the
7:45: p. m.-Evening Worship accepted in Him
WEDNESDAY position of 'secretary ot. campus
: Of Christ
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service ministry.The Championship 18 Hole GOLF Courses-and
f -. members voted to buy high .
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Belle Glade across from Fabulous J Ocean and Lake FISHING
school seniors a parting gift at \ Daily
The Church Of God Bowling Alley on Rd. 80
; the end of the year and present it
10.00 a m.-Bible Study SWIMMING, SKIN DIVING WATER SKIING and BOATING
Of Prophecy PahokeeCanal as a part of the church service. It
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship
Point Road was announced that the Schoolof film Baaed) Shorts moat total and apartment accommodations act now offend at
6:30: p. m.-Evening Service :Missions will be held in Lake. totclal km sear maL located dwtctly..t lilt Atlantic Oct.... tea Wand paradise
7:30: p. m.-Wed. Bible Study It urroundtd by 12 toll count foe daily/ play Drift.flttmi\ M iptcial rates)).carte
John H. KInard, pastor .. land on July 26 thru 30. M outtoard nstatr dR dtlifhl every ...,.,. Bring your tM boat Thtn'i ticallwrtdocking
10: a. m.-Sunday School "1 and lauecMnf tacllitln One of floras lIMit Uthlnf Madwt b ....
11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service Church Of Christ TO NORTH CAROLINA flat M ImxptMhn .....1Id tr .tone** III till Palm BtacftM Visit or wttt today.

7:45 p. Evangelistic. Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard 4M ACCOMMODATIONS
Service 125 N. W. Avenue D and daughter :Miss Ruth Colvard,
8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. Phone WY 6"-3867 will leave Saturday for Southport, AiM MACH IMOIU IUIINISIMIN'I ASSOCIATION
8:00 p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. Belle Glade, Fla., North Carolina, where. Miss Col P. 0. sos till IIYIUA IIACM"", asPtrae .
Everyone welcome r S p *cfal} I SUNDAY'SERVJCBS vard \1VUf'jotii' the" sfaff 'of the 1im.s'ea.rMre mt.. rN bra! aredw.s.NAMR

music.. and singing! I*.. .' ''10:00: a. m.-B1bte'Study North Carolina Baptist"Assembly M......... ... .
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Mr. arid Mrs. Kenneth McIntosh 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship Mrs. Colvard will return to Paho AIDfdISterr
.1 I are 'spending a three-week vaca- WEDNESDAY kee at the end of the week. MRF
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Page Eight Tpt Everglades News,,Canal.Point, Florid* Friday, June 11, 1065
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for 11 Ocala and West Palm. Beach. Or, BlB1'IIDA'I'rAU'l'
$1.25. Tickets children over
Gospel Sing Planned Summer Camp For-
will be 50 cents and children under those interested may write directly Mrs. Ray Slngletary entertained -
Saturday Night 12 will be admitted free.BIRTHDAY Conservation with a party honoring her
a-- .. S (Continued From Page 1) to the: Youth granddaughter, Kim Garrett, on

The Church of God of Prophecyin PARTY ,!Water Fish Commission, provides Camp, 2520 E. Silver Springs Blvd, her Cth birthday, Sunday, June ft

Pahokee is holding a Big Gosrel Mrs, C. L. Story entertainedwith an education In conservation fish Ocala, Florida.. at 2 p. m. Guests were neighbor-
Sing Saturday night June 12, ing, hunting and nature study hood children._ .
at the Community Building in Canal a party honoring her daughter through participation in outdoor ATTEND CONFERENCE
Point. The Rebels Quartet and Pam, on her 13th birthday, .activities. Rev. and Mrs. John Briley and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Hewer and
the Kinard Sisters are the featured Thursday, June 3. The 14 guests I Applications and information daughter, Signora, and Rev. and children, have moved from Atlanta
singers. The sing will begin at enjoyed dancing and games. Mr*. I:may be obtained from offices of Mrs. J. W. Baugher are attendingthe Ga., to Pahokee and are mak
8:00 p. m.Tickets. Story was assisted by Mrs. D. E. 'the Commission at Panama City, annual Methodist conference ing their home at 428 CypressAve.

for adults will cost Blankenshlp. I:Tallahassee, Lake City, Lakeland, In Lakeland this week. .

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