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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: June 11, 1965
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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June 18,1965 PUBLISHED WEEKLY CANAL POINT BY PAUL <
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Joe Thompson Inducted As Everglades Federal Gift To B, G. Hospital Lions Will Install



New President Of Rotary Officers Tuesday

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Joe Thompson, Pahokee grower cher, Earl Stewart and Johnny ', t ta
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and member of the City Council Thomas. Pahokee Lions Club met
was inducted u the new president Four-Way Test Don Adams, Tuesday June 15, with President
of Pahokee Rotary club at yester- Chairman, Porch Holxnan, Bruce Glenn Brower presiding. Guests for

day's' regular weekly meeting Bowe and Ernest Parnett the day were J. W. Mllholand Lion
President Thompson succeeds Traffic Community Safety R. E. Hotard of Belle Glad; Lion .
Mike Sanders who served a successful Bruce Bowe, Chairman, Dan Carpenter President of Chattahoochee Don

year as head of the club. and W. C. Young. Padgett, former resident of Pa
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,John D. Rogers is the new vice Student Loan W. C Young. ; r gI hokee, Scouts R. F. Hurt, Jr., Paul
president of the club and C. G. Chairman, Bill Howard, Bill Williams E v' Cook, Rudolph Levine and Dear
Willis is secretary. James I. Moore and L. L. Shirley. ___ Levins. '

is treasurer. Bill Howard is Director Youth Activltle*-Ernest Johnson The program was presented by

"A" and John H. HoweU is Director Chairman Don Adams, Bob Emil Wolf of Belle Glade. The new-

"B". C. l;. Wetherington la Apelgren and Joe Kahn. charter for Boy Scout Troop C2& I
Director "C" and Lynn Shirley is Welfare Fund Wiley Tillls was presented to the Pahokee
Chairman, O. B. McClure M. p. ,1
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Director "D". Lions Club for the ensuing year.
President Thompson upon being Holman, and Jimmie Moore. Me. Wolf is the chairman of District
inducted into office immediately Civic Projects -- Cliff Simonds
j 6 Gulf Stream Council of Boy
named his standing committees for Chairman, Don Adams. Jimmie Scouts of America.Mr. I
the are as follows Moore, Mike Sanders and Ralph :
coming year. They Wolf also showed a film of
: Crews. the Boy Scout Camp at Jupiter.
Attendance John Rogers, Institutional Representative T- Plans for tho fourth of July Bar- I
Chairman Julius Moon, Guthrie Vance Denton Chairman, Wile r n.QVere also discussed. Since the

Colvard, C. G. Willis. Tlllis and Hank Aldridge.IntemaUoJ1a1' fourth falls on ,Sunday the BarB -
Classification Mike Sanders, Contacts-Bascom Richard A. Poston (left) Executive Vice President of the Everglades -q and fireworks will be held bn l''
Chairman, Bascom Belcher, Chester Belcher, Chairman Leo Hebert, Federal Savings & Loan Association present to Mrs. Abbbie Zumpf, Monday night July 5. Advance
Batchelor and Claude Shirley. Karl Mindlin and O. B. McClure. Vice-Chairman of the Glades General Hospltaf' Belle Glade a check ticket, are now, on sale ,from any j
dub Bulletin John Howell International Information M. for $1.000 for the purpose of furnishing a patient's room at the hose member of the Lions Club. .
Chairman, Cliff Simonds C. R. P. Stanley, Chairman: Don Adams, pltAl. Mrs, Zumpf reports that near a,dozen rooms have been assured '
Chairmen for this wring-ding1 I
RalphCrewahnd" Don Hilller. qf proper furnishings and equipment through donations by the public
Wetherington Bob Apelgren. International Student Projects- with many less.r donations for individual pieces. The Auxiliary Is in are Leon Spooner and George Pow- f
Fellowship-Paul Rardln, Chairman : Chairman Leo lIe- the midst of a campaign to secure the furnishings necessary for the' .,,r. proceeds will go as follows: t

: ,.Bruce Bowe, Bob Lamp and... ber Karl teandRalph"Crew Mlndlln;; 11:"',,' 'V*. 75-bed'hospital' .through, a plan for JJemora1.LdJ1g-.lndivldual8.i. or events : first $100 to Chamber ,of Com....._ .
A'p1aqttede.atrna.Un& the'persorror wttrt-toHwtemembered and.the foewthefireworks
M. P. 'Stanley, : rnerrcq-fer$ :ttirmhursemeat ..,
Magazine C. E. Williams, Rotary Foundation-John Howell name of the donor is available for individual pieces or complete unit }remainder going to
Chairman Bruce Bowe, Bob costing from as low as $35..and up. Conservation Fund. ,
Chairman Bill Plumer Guthrie Julius Moon.Immokalee _uuu I Sight:
and
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Coward and Joe Kahn. Lampi L Next Tuesday night will be theInstallation

Program Bill Howard. Chairman Joe, Kahn Escapes 'Chobee Boats And of officers and Ladles ,
Night District Governor-Elect of
I L. Rock
Bruce Bowe Shirley
Injuries In Wreck
District 35-D J. B. Brewer of'Ft.
Chester Batchelor and Hank Aldridge. -
Skippers Book By Pierce will be the installing officer.
Be Used To Finish Joseph N Kahn, 63, a Belle The following are the officers to
Public Information Johnny Glade department store owner, b* installed- ,President George
Thomas, Chairman, Paul Rardln, Bacom Point RoadThe was uninjured Saturday when his Lawrence E.' Will Raahley lit Vice President Harry -
I Don Hilller and John Howell.
car was hit from the rear on SW : Brooks Elarbee, 2nd Vice PresIdent -
Rotary Information-Bob Lamp Avenue A In Belle Glade. L. M. Collins, Jr., 3rd Vice
Chairman Mike Sanders Thadd inches of rock to The driver of the other car, Belle Glade's Lawrence EL Will President J. D. Douglas Secretary
final six
Whidden Vance Denton and E C. has come up with another very interesting -
Andrews Sellers, 27 a Gilbert
finish Bacom Point Road will be Johnny Kyle Scott. Treasurer Othan -
Johnson. hauled ,from llmerock pits) near dragline operator, wu charged book and this time the Lion Tamer R. F. Hurt, tail
Sergeaat-At-Arma Chester with vehicle while under title is "Okeechobee Boats and '
Immokalee, according to information : operating a Twister Charle* Lewis and Direct-
Batchelor, Chairman,. Ernest- Johnson from state road departmentsources the influence of intoxicant Skippers. It delves into historyon ors Leon Spooner, Curtis Chase
and Elmer Jones. on Tuesday of this week. The damage to both the cars Lake Okeechobee when boats Dr.Jt. L. Hatton and E. A. Jensen.

Music Lee Shirley. Chairman, The rock will be hauled the 99.9 was estimated. at:1278.00.Prenchy were the only means of transportation ,. .
and provides not only Interesting I
Bob Lamp Elmer Jones and mile In large trucks, be said.
reading but historical Work Is Started On
:Vance'Denton.Rotary of
Base rock for the three feet Johnson facts galore throughout the volume -
Advisory Committee fill on the new road came out of .
BID Plumer, Chairman, Mike SanII' Lake Okeechobee and was dug
Railroad To
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Owner and operator of Pioneer Spur
ders. Ernest Johnson and Joe Ald
with a suction dredge oft Bacom Erecting, Building'Streamline' Service Station in Bell Glade for
erman.BuyerSeller. Point and placed on the grounds
more,than 80 years the author has
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Relations Olaf of the Pahokee airport The Hen- New'DiulaComplex
Store written two other books which
floe, Chairman' Bill P1 mnt Paul dry Construction Company had the has gained wide. distribution. He _
Rardin and Cliff SbpO 1d.. contract of dredging_the rock out I.. 4 r
considers "A Cracker History :of
The contract has been let and
Employee Employer Relations
; t of the.lake. Construction to under this Okeechobee" his moat important
-Leo Hebert, Chairman Joe Ald Construction work on Bacons way work has already itarted on grading'tbe
week,on a nevi Asters building at offering. ,"Okeechobee Hurricane 8.5.mflet I
of
railroad right-
and
John Wiley
Rogers and "
dragging
to along ,
Point Road
G "erznnan Streamline for'wi'M. (Frenchyj and the Hoover Dike" was title of Of-WI1trom the Okeelanta Sugar
to her.
now that the raInY.00' '
Ibhnson'a store. The construction another of his books that sold and
grocery .
Competitor Relations Charles there to no telling when the road mill east to the new A Duda and r
contract, lain the handsof to still well.
selling
Sons packing house and precooling -
Modeckl Chairman, Bascom Bel- will be completed. Little work can '
be done' during the heavy rains Blanton and Unwln, Pahokee Will saw the gasoline motorboatput complex south of State Road _
that the Pahoke area has been contractors.The the stern-wheeler out of busi 80. The Atlantic Coast Line ,WM I

Father's Day Will experiencing since the rainy season new and ,modern buildings ness. Eventually water transportation awarded the permit to build the
started on June 9. being' erected at the corner of was displaced by the, building rail extension by the Interstate
.A Garden Avenue and 8R717 on the of railroads and highways to Commerce Commission last year:
Bring Many Honors site of the old grocery operated the big lake. A number 'of culverts will have
Former PolicemanDies '
. : for many years by Mr Johnson. Now 72, Will has witnessed the to be placed in the grade and much
In Jacksonville The bu11d1n&,1' being erected of drainage and ,the development of other work will be necessary to

,, In the tradition of Father's Day,, '- concrete blocks and steel and will the rich sawgrass country about prepare the grade for laying of the
the Canal Point Baptists win hon B. W.. Wood former resident of be completely modern throughout.It the eastern and southern shore of rail which will come later under
') or the men of their church In the Pahokee, died Thursday June 10 will be air conditioned. I Lake Okeechobee He also has another contract. The grading, contract

morning worship service. The father following a long illness in Jack In one..space in the new building shared in the hardships and the was let at a total of $230-
having the most children pray sonville. He was 72 years old. He Mr. Johnson jlans to have his ofice. tragedies. 000.00.) The E. and I. Construction
I ent in the service win be recogniz was a member of 'the police force He to a harvesting contractorand .. .... Company of Fort Lauderdale was

, "ed. The eldest father win be press in Pahokee for several years. office space is necessary for IIO3IE FROM VIRGINIA low bidder. There were seven companies
' I 'sented a gift in behalf of the chur. I Funeral services were held Saturday successful operation of this burr Mr. and Mrs. Roberto Arrieta bidding on the Job.
, eh by the pastor, as win the at 10:00 at Naugle Funeral ness. Space win be provided in the] and family have returned to their It was understood the Broward
youngest father. home in Jacksonville. Intermentwas office for radio commtmkaUon,! home after a visit with Mrs. Ar- County firm baa about 80 days to
i The theme for the entire woreship la Georgia. He to survived by I necessary in 'the operation of the rieta's brother and family Mr. and : complete its part of the project.
'. experience will be "Fathers ,his wife Ruth; One daughter Mrs. harvesting business II Mrs Eugene McCall in Norfolk I The P.OGOOOO vegetable process-
.' y Faithful Until the* Task." The Charles Baker of Jacksonville; one The' building will be 4180 feet! Virginia, and her brother and tam.1 tag plant to to be complete before

fathers with an complete" families son J. W. Wood of.Indlsntown And 'and the contract for 1U construe-''I ily, Dr. and Mrs. James ,McCall:: Nov.,!.'

win be recognised. [seven grandchildren. I.,flan to iM.49i1 I in Atlanta. < continued on peg*five)






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above picture was taken In front of the Bank of Pahokee in the summer of 192 and we have positive Identification of the first six persons left to right as follows: C. L.

Wilder Sr., Nathan Mayo Carmen Salvatore Sr., Governor John W. Martin, Mrs.: James Leonard and Miss Hilda Lee-now Mrs. Johnny Thomas, who was a bank clerkat
the time. Others in the picture but not clearly identified by this newspaper are the following folks: John C. Luning. Butler Spooner, W. G. Todd, Charles Barfleld, James
Leonard and Ernest Llndrose. The original picture enlarged and framed is at the Bank of Pahokee and oldtimers in the Glades will enjoy looking at It.

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W. M. DuBose returned to his
Mrs. Watson
Roger
State Officials home in Jacksonville Thursdayafter

Honored At PartyA visiting his wife, Mrs. DuiBose -

In Pahokee 1924The I for several days.

__ coke party was held in honorof
IK THE CIRCUIT COURT or THK
4f Mrs. Roger Watson at the horns FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
original home of the Bank OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR PALM
of Mrs.
Lloyd Hundley SaturdayJune I BEACH COUNTYIN
of Pahokee, The Oldest Bank in
CHANCERY lie US7-C
; 12. Mrs. Watson is the former -
Palm Bach County, where distinguished BOSS KODOER3 JR.. :
State officials from Miss Sue Reed of> Kokomo, Ind., : -Tt-Plaintiff :t

Tallahassee together with bank Mr. Watson Is the son of Mr and ROSK. MARJB!: RODOERS, I

officials and employees are joined Mrs. E. C. Watson, 170 Banyan NOTICE Defendant OF BUTT:
by Pahokee citizens and patrons. Ave. TO: ROSS MARTS RODOCBS:

State Treasurer John C. Luning, ADDRESS UNKNOWN
Gre.tlng guests with Mrs. Yon are fceretoy nottned that s ail
Attorney General Rivers Buford haa been filed against you in the above
and Nathan Mayo, Commissioner Hundley and Mrs. Watson was the entitled cause rue: and that yon are hereby
required
of Agriculture accompanied Governor honoree's J1,1other. n-law. Mrs, ,E. wtttten defense to with your the aniTer r1orot iDs

John W. Martin to th C. Watson. All wore orchid .cote Circuit Florida Court of Palm Beach County,

Glades, as members of the Internal -' sages. Miss Melannle Sue Watson noon plaintlffe and to Attorney serve a Thadd copy thereel Wold-

Improvement Fund to discuss was at'the guest book. den 101 South Lake Avenue Pahokee} ,
Florida, not later than June 30. 1963.
the sale of some State lands. Hostesses with Mrs. Hundley If you fall to do M>. decree pro eonfeMO
The building shown, together were Mrs. Robert Simonson, Mrs. will be entered ainliut you for the re

I with the adjoining buildings of W. Richard Hurt Mrs. Gary Clark and i lief raturenf demanded MM' suit In the being complaint.for divorce.The

4Wt : J. Larrimore and Ira York and the I Miss Penny !,lcK1n.&ti'Y'. The, refreshment nth WITNESS my hand and" seal Ms.
at day of May 19<9. '
post office, were destroyed by fire I 'table fraa laid withas JOHN B. DCNKLB
October 20, 1927. The new bank : lace cloth and featured : (Circuit Gink of the Circuit Court
rangement of red roses and a miniature Court Seal)
building was erected on the present py ThAddle P, Plant
N site of the Bank's home. bride and.groom. T add Whtcldet\put, Clerk.
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This picture was presented to' Attorney fo rPiainUff

President Rupert Mock on June Olga( Sheffield AtWorld's Paheke let South. Ptartd Lake Avenue'
l.fi. collector 11, 1965, by Historian Lawrence +qib.:,cay
Lawrence Will a, .. of Glades memorabilia. aiffe Jane 4, U. aid IL 1265
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presents Jo jreld iesyt ,Rupert: Mock of the Bank of Pahokee trial citizens of the community Fair Show --, --.- -.

a picture of Mats officialsand local citizens taken In front of Okeetanta (the Holies Canal .

.of' the 'bank In the earit days about 1323 or 1924.j and North New River, northwest, Classified AdsPOS1T1VELT
;., corner.) I Miss Olga Sheffield of Pahokee
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Dr. Wm. H. Lair was the bank' secretary In the office of the purchasing ;.i ..
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DA R PATTERSON CIRCLE first President and E. O. Kilpat- agent at Glades SugarHouse l< an Want ads or

ct : 1J, iY lone Patterson Circle met at rick .its first Cashier; capital stock has been choseil ate an at elassifleds, ai you wish to <*ti
tDW Ilr'p VJtil1 the home:of Mrs. H. O. pdgen.The "" "- tendant them
d'flesddy' was 1lfb9D at the Palm > &C" County are payable In advance rAi
K thbYwho program was Royal Service oL ._ fcthlbtt at Uui Nfew York W rJiS't : his
l rrlo f I \& with a business meeting following. M_Jor and Mrs. Lewis W. Cur Pair and will leave tomorrow' Write rt and dQ* a doKar bulbs

11 a pas ent t t1 a. rier and .family are visiting Mr. Saturday take up the positionshe the envelope1 If'OU'ant it roil

WfcWprfl CLASSIFIED ADS PAY and Mrs. Gene Barwick. Then Cur:; will hold for fire months. : once. $2 if you want it run twice

Bid DIVIDENDS crs are enioute to their ney 'd ty Miss Sheffield was chosen by the i and ao OILtnlAT'S

.a .". assignment in ,Bangok. 'Thal1! 11d. Palm Beach County 'WorWs TWr! m TUE

Mrs: CUrrier' Is the 'former .Iary Authority and will Join foul other tsoa't ilteell f A AWIO that you
'1.00)
Kate Barwick. girls from the county for the 1wAmers = I a colultili caaslLied ad
wlli
work. She has probably :t1n12
-' been given a you s aale.'Juat Write
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IN THST! ieave ; your -.d. en-
CIRCUIT COURT Or TBK ; of'absence from' :
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL yore dollar and wre'lldo( the rest.
Ate Sugar House for' the
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR 7the'GladeS:1 The Everglades News
Canal
Point
I IN BEACH CHANCERY COUNTY.NO. (4 C Ittt C "NOTICE OF: / i i'1 .

-MATTER: OP ADOPTION TO REGISTER FIOJ1TIOCS I FOR SALE: New and Used Willys'
RE; PATRICIA ANN WATFORD NAME I Jeeps Walter
A-K-A DAUOIt PLY ADOPTION> I Notice Is hereby given that the In Belle Ashley's amp.
TO; GERALD ALDEN: DAtroH1'llRTAdc1r. 1 Glade. l'bobe"-SMS.-
..* unknown undersigned, under the provisions I
I NOTICE TO DEFEND I of Chapter 20,993, Laws of Florida, -"VACATION Oct. JT-iM-ch.
You are hereby notified that a Pe
Ojam. tition for Adoption hw been filed In Acts of 1941. will register with the : nHI:' '
the above styled Court tor adoption of Clerk of the Circuit Court, la and I 18 BLOCKS FROM BEACH. |1S
.. r infant girl PATRICIA ANN WATFORD I for Palm Beach County Florida per week for
; A-K-A: DAUOHTKRY born at Lake room bath, refrig-
Worth. Palm Beach County Florid on I upon receipt of proof of publicationof orator, hot plate: a room apart

'The Rardin Building In Canal Point FloridaTHE July DAUOHTSRT.22nd. 19frt You to are DIANA hereby 8USAN com this notice the fictitious name e, meats $20 to IU per week less by
month,
manded to file with the above Court to-wlt: 1109 Ga. Ave::, Welt Palm
LAKE!: .OKEECHOBEE REGION'HOME OF' defenses the origin of your Aniwer.or other I WALLACE BARNES DODGE Beach: call Mr. or Mn Cochrane
on or before the Utb. day..of
July. 1909 and immediately thereafter Pahokee. Florida 583-172. or 833-1214.<< June 23-p>
THE EVERGLADES serge a copy of and Answer other Under
NEWSServing defense or which: I am engaged in FOG
upon CHARLES B. OUTHRIDOB GENERATORS>
business an in
Attorney. City Center Building Pahokee, Palm Beach
S.
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without Lake: Worth Florida: otherwise the al-I I County Florida. That the party lee H. Underwood in his new

. Interruption Every Week for 40 Years at Itsatloni confessed of said by Petition will be taken I Interested in said business is Wallace location US441 and Lake Shore

'I Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday thU 2nd 1oUoDatecl day of June. 1909. Barnes. That the firm name Drive In the in Canal Point. For anything
Price JOHN B. DCNKLB Is Wallace Barn& generator or starter line
Subscription $2.00 Year In Advance Clerk of Circuit Court Dodge. give him
(dRCurr COURT SEAL To be published once a week for : a call at 924-4UL nip

The Everglades News Is Entered! at the Post Office By Thadtfle P. Plant four successive weeks ha. DOUSE FOR
In Canal Point' Florida,' as Second Class :Matter | Deputy Clerk SALE Three bed-
of In
CHARLES: B. OUTHRIDQE paper general circulation worn frame home for sale. Near

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor Publisher 21P-220 Lake: Worth City Center Florida Bldf. Palm Beach County. I Canal

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A: With Series E Bonds the rate turns $18.75 into You, buy-E Bonds at 75% of face value and the
$25.00 fourteen months faster than the old rate.mterest accumulates to maturity.; H Bonds provide) ,
t V Your savings*increase faster, because your Bonds income for living expenses, while E Bonds build! a .
mature in just 7 years, 9 month nest egg for the future. That's why many retired I,
people hold I1;Bonds and families saving for say, a f': t,
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With Series H Bonds the
10-year maturity period '
.ChiJ 1 education, buy E Bonds.
stays the same but more interest is paid you each ,
", : ', six months.With both B and H Bonds the'new.rate, Q:In what denominations can I buy series B and series / I 'I
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I : : : ] -TO NORTH. and Mrs.CAROLINAMr. Jack Strayer' ,and I I ANNOUNCE Mrs. Grover the MARRIAGE Woods marriage of Pahokee of her I VISIT fly Mr.Saturday and CALIFORNIA Mrs.to Roy, California Vandegrift for will a

'I' PERSONAJuNWJJ I announces

haven son, Dickie, N. ,C.have, where left for they New-will:.'iTreJo(daughter of,Key Carol West.Ann The to marriage Larry I Lawrence visit with in her San sisters'Leandro:Mrs. Fred and

------------ -- spend the summer On the way After'the Mrs. Wolfinbarger In Los Angeles.
::Arriving in Pahokee are Core 1 Mrs. M. C. Carter left this week they will visit her brother T. L.I'took place in Okeechobee.to Key West the I' They will continue to Treasure
Newbar and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert for several months' vacation in honemoon trip I their
visit
I Bowen, Sr., who is a patient at t will make their home in Island to granddaughter
Mllikin of Wilmington N. C., for Maine. I I couple er, Vandegrift, who is stationed
: in At- Schroder Apart
Georgia Baptist Hospital |Pahokee at the
j a visit with Cora Reynolds. Mrs. at the Island's Navy base.
t I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Weathers East Main Street
lanta. I ments on
Newbar will remain for the ,sum .
of last
;'mer. spent Thursday and Friday
week at Juno Beach. ,
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Mr. and Mrs. Sam McKinstrj
'left June 15 for Arapahoe, N. C.. Mrs. Eva Spooner and children .
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for several weeks. were guests of Mr. Spooner in ': '
".'Mr.; and Mrs. Luther Collier'an< Zellwood last weekend. I ... 3 Another outstanding ten; '
Aon 'Anderson and Neal of Cantonment :
will arrive Sunday to Dr. E. C. Johnson and children MILK LIMERICK to celebrate... q .: :
returned from week in Atlanta
spend some time with Mrs. IL J. a !
last Thursday. : ,."
Anderson.
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H."). Anderson, and granddaughter Rev 'and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard r.i'' '
Margaret: Rose KMner win and'daughter, Ruth, left June 11 .'" .tJ' .. ", .
leave Saturday for Denmark and for Southport, N. C., where she :
Sweden for several weeks. Enrouti will be on the staff for N. C. Bap- ? "

home Margaret will .stay in Connecticut tist,Assembly for the summer. :. .j ,:,: ,. '. ,
for a visit. Arriving to<
t see them off on their trip will be Mr. and Mrs. Roger Watson vis- ; A henpecked young husband named Fife t .
Mrs. Lester Reynolds of Miami; ited his parents for a week. ;,
Mr, and Mrs.. Robert Firth of Cal I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill }dcI -' ,. \ Had never drunk MILK in his l life! ,";: ", :
forma, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Clenithan were Ed Howell of t "
Marks of Miami. I Bridgetown, Barbados, West In- ; E When he started to drink it4 .;\ r I
:Dr. and Mrs. Danny DeLeor dies; Mrs. Barbara Maier and two ,n _..
and children Mellnda, and,, Johi daughters of, Ft. Myers; Mr. and l' "I;'.! You never would think it ",.' :'I <:rl.,
are I .
Benny the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Campbell of Sara- \ '.' .7'' i' .
Mrs. O. H. Sheppard for a,'visit. sota; Mr. and Mrs. David McClen- if 'I> H} ... .
But he outrun his wife! '
,.Mrs. Max Beverly and son Ken ithan of luka, Ill. .: :; i! \ now can : \ .
have'' returned to'Ocklochnee, G\\., :
Martha Holman and Wat- !
Nancy ; : i)
after a weeks. visit with her moth kins left Monday, June 14, for a ? :
er'',Mrs. Grady Boynton. .
week's visit to the Methodist r}
Mrs. C. B. Jones and Alton left I Itoday' Youth Camp at Leeaburg. \, I I"'
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for a three week vacationin :i
Georgia and the mountains! Mrs. Cecelia Gabaldon under- ;;p'., !
Mr; and Mrs. Wiley Tillis spent went surgery at Good SamaritanHospital \

this week in Lakeland, Stuart, and this week. JACQUELINE ALVAROE fc ,t. ,:

Jacksonville, visiting friends and Weekend visitors at the Colonnades (Housewife) r ,;I''!
relatives. Hotel were Mr. and Mrs. I
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Weeks at Roy Vandegrlft Dr. and Mrs. E. who drinks 3,glasses of milk a day. "
tended the funeral of, his nephew J. Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
Faircloth Lake Butler. and Miss Ruthelle
L'eroy in vin Vandegrift OUTNtAtT.....ID"(",.,MmTUTI C...rIt,.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stuart have Vandegrift. ,

returned home after several weeks ,
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visit with relatives in Alabama. TNAI
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last weekend in Melbourne with
Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Branyon.

Guy Thompson has returned
home this week' after surgery at I

Everglades Memorial Hospital.,
Miss Terry Thomas has returned
home after several weeks visit
in: Fort Pierce with her grandparents -
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelly.

Thadd Whidden spent last weekend -

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spending a few days,with his father '
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Georgia.Miss .
Becky Mackey will leave .
this weekend for Cincinnati, Ohio, : I ';;.
for a week's visit with Mr. and .
Mrs. Charles A. Lamb and family. C 'I\,'

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PAHOKEE, FLA. Living vooml 1 1f THE NO. 1 WAY .
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SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY 3 one of these racy Impala Super Sport Coupes or Convertibles. \

''JUNE 20-21-22 \ L : The cost of living in one isn't as high as it looks. ,

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Tat Everglade*Newt, Canal Point, Florid Pace lryH
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WMU Official will-''Mail Carriers Soft Ball r- LeagueIn -SurpriseReunion New-Schools:Take'--:-- ,

Meet In W. P. Beach For Mr. & Mrs. Iler ;

Talk To Baptists Splendid Games Time And Planning
.Clyde T. Howard Director There was a surprise family reunion
Transportation Division, Post Office for Mr. and Mrs. R. L. ner !
secretary Miss I Itsuko of the Woman'a Saito, executive Department, Atlanta Region Over The Week End from West Palm Beach at the WEST PAL MBEACH It is 1
Missionary will hold a conference with area
home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hand
Union often asked, "Why does It take
of the
Hawaiian I
Bap- Postmasters in the Civil Service Sunday, June 13. Those attendingwere
tist Convention, will be the guest'Room of the Main Post Office in Sparked by two masterful pitch Mr. and Mrs. Ron Ter HaaMr. so long to plan and build schools
of the Canal Point Baptist Church I West Palm Beach on Wednesday, ing performances by Phil Bonnell and Mrs. Jimmy Reichardt ot or school additions?"
for the morning worship service, June 23, 1965. and home run power supplied by Swanee, Tennessee, Mr. and Mrs Some have expected many new
Sunday, June 20. His subject will deal with the Bruce Taylor, Jim Tyson and Jerry Snow and children, Debbie schools to have been completed
Miss Saito was born in Hawaii Transportation System and make Alvy Early, City Products swamped and Jerry, Jr., of West Palm already from the $26.7 million
of Japanese parentage. She is a up of mails for handling through( Geneva's 15-1, Saturday night Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Durwar bond issue money voted last November
graduate of Leilehua High Schoolin the West Palm Beach Sectional and blanked Glades Chevrolet Murphy of ,'to Lauderdale, Mr. and and validated for the beginning :
Hawaii. She received her A. A. Center Facility This is a new concept 11-0 Sunday afternoon to retain Mrs Allen Dabney and children of this year
degree from Dodd College in i designed to give next day their one game lead over Rash- Donna Peggy and Judy of West Here's why it takes time:
Shreveport Louisiana a B. S. de- delivery throughout Florida. I'' ley's Dry Cleaners, who outscored Palm Beach Mrs. Harold Black 1. Every five years the State
gree from Baylor University, Wa I Since many of our mall users Geneva's 13-12, and held off Lo a. and children Lonnie, Ronnie and Dept. of Education issues a survey
r co Texas and her Master of Religious ,will be vitally interested, Mr. hatchee 16-8 to hold on to second Donnie of Ponchatoola,' Louisiana, which| among other thing,
Education degree from I 1 Howard would like to have a press place in the Glades Fast-Pitch Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kennon of shows where new schools are needed
Southwestern Baptist Theological conference starting at 2:00 p. m., Softball League.Bonnell.truck. Hollywood Florida and Mr. and or indicates areas where sites
Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas. on Wednesday, June 23, 1965, in out 11 batters Mrs. C. L.. Kennon of Pensacola. should be bought. The last survey
Miss Sue, as she is affectionately the Civil Service Room of the and gave up two hits while Bruce .. i I was made In 1963.
known to her friends servedas Main Post Office. Taylor hit a two-run homer and I 2. County school boards may not
educational director of the Oli I All News Media are cordially three singles to pace the Icemen Silver Spurs Rodeo :start buying sites nor begin bulld-
vet Baptist Church, Honolulu, Hawaii i Invited to attend. I am sure the over Geneva's, 15-1: Jim Tyson's Set For Kissimmee tag schools or additions, without
from 1941 to 1954 and executive I news will be of interest. solo home run, and Alvy Earlys first having the cold cash in the
secretary to the Woman's two-run blast made Bonnell's job KISSIMMEE = Lovers of fine : This 'differs from private
Missionary Union from 1954 to the School's Out Please easy Sunday as he threw a one.I horses will have ,a bonus at the enterprise which can raise- loans
present time. She is a member of I hitter at Glades Chevrolet Bon 1965 Sliver Spun i rodeo, as plans and build on credit;
the W omens Committee of the Watch For Children nell and Mac Crews each had two are perfected for the first annul 3. Since new sites must be
Baptist World Alliance having at- I hits for the winners in Sunday's Silver Spurs Qua rter Horse Jam bought in the area indicated la the
tended BWA meetings in Cleveland TALLAHASSEE "Schools contest. boree to be held ii i connection with survey; there are not always obtained
Ohio in 1950 London Eng. Out, So Please Watch out," stated Larry Marsh hit two horns runs the community's :]Fourth of July without long negotiation or,
land, 1955 and Rio de Janeiro, Florida Highway Patrol Commander I I for Geneva's against Rashleyi but I rodeo. condemnation proceedings.
Brazil In 1960. H. N. Kirkman as he reminded their rally fell short as Earl Vann Dr. Donald Bro iwn big boss ot 4. Architects can only begin
She has traveled in 32 countries.She motorists that schools are I recorded his third win, for the the Silver Spun i, said A. W. making preliminary plans after
will leave Canal Point to attend closing for the season and every i Cleaners 13-12. Ro Goodson hit his "Frog" Walls, g feneral jamboree the site Is owned and they know
the executive planning* sessionof driver should be prepared to avoid i first home run* to help Rashley's chairman, will hi ve responsibility what terrain they have to deal
the Woman's Department of running down the child who may ,southpaw, Jerry Snyder, earn his for a complete pn>gram of Quarter with, what utilities are already in
BWA in Miami Beach, June 21-23. materallze in front of his car at I third win over Loxahatchee, 168. Horse activity including quarter effect (if any), if the site must be
:Miss Saito also attended the any time. Snyder gave up two home runs to mile racking and a horse show "Improved" before construction,
Southern Baptist Convention in "More children in the 1 to 14 .the Prisoners In that game. featuring halter and workings can begin what access. roads there
Dallas, May 31 to June 4, where age group are killed in traffic The Standings classes.In are, etc. Drawing cannot be started
Rev. Lawrence Stewart came ''to I I mishaps each year throughout the W L GB addition, It I understood the without knowing where the
know her. This past week she has I'nation than from any known dl. City Products 7 1 Florida Quarter I(one Association school will be located.
been speaking in churches from isease," Kirkman reminded. "Last Rashley's '''........_.__..,. 6 2 1 will conduct a II lie of registeredbeginning 0. Preliminary plans must be
Texas to Alabama. I I I I year 72 children in this age group JAM Local No 57 2 3 3% Quarter Horses at 7:00 approved by the county school
were killed and 1,719 Injured by Geneva's ....."...."._,_._ 4 6 4 p. m. Saturday, J uly 3. board, and then sent to Tallahassee
Water Ski Show Is I I motorists in accidents on Florida's I Glades Chevrolet _-,, 2 4 4 Wells states that: Mike Partin, for state approval which .
streets and highways. Loxahatchee Prison .1 6 5% racing chairman, will work with may take several weeks
Hit At World's Fair Kirkman warned that drivers Jimmy Evans of Jacksonville, 6. When approved by the state,.
must always expect the unexpected := Meeting race director li i developing a preliminary plans can be developed
NEW YORK Robert Moses, where children are concerned Joint Of number of match races' to be run Into the working or final, plansa -
entrepreneur of the New York remembering that children are Saturday mornlnj r, July 3, from I detailed, expeslve job which cannot *
World's Fair, is calling the Florida unpredictable and that the motorist Elks Groups Hear 9:00: until 11:30 a. m. be started till it Is known that
Water Ski Show the "orange of must think for them in traffic. Ham Brown, chairman: of the; the preliminary plans have been
Its eye." This is because the Floe:I "Drivers should be particularly prformance show, classes will ar- approved, or there will be a waste,
ida show has been drawing a fan !I alert near'public parks and play- Judge James TysonMagistrate range events for 8:00: p. m. Wed of tax money.
tastic percentage of the fair'stotal grounds-rin fact, near any place I nesday, June 30 and 9:00: a. m. 7.; When the final plans are c-nn
attendance, where children may be expected to ourt Judge Thursday, July 1. Deadlllne for plete some weeks later, they must
The Florida exhibit this year, gather.. James entries has been set''tor noon, June be approved by the'county school
under the guidance of Gov. Burns "All of us have a moral responsibility L. Tyson Jr., was the principal 30. 'Gordon Child of Longview, board and sent to Tallahassee.
and Dick Pope, Cypress Gardens to keep childrensafe* i speftksr..at .;he. joint, meeting. of Texas, will judge the show. '8. When "approved by the State :
owner and president of the Florida Klrkinan said, "and traffic is so the Pahoke, Belle Glade 'and Halter classes, under the chalt. authorities -often several weeks
World's Fair Authority, has gone ,potent a danger to youngsters thatit dewlston Elks Clubs which was manshlp of Bill Barber, will be ater-the county school board can
from 3.1 acres to 10 acres in size ', will take all of us to do the held in Belle Glade Sunday to celebrate judged beginning at 1:00: p. m. vote to have the project advertised
with all its shows free Job." Flag Day. June 30.Rodeo for bids.
The building housing the Florida I James Williams, a member of performer ices are set for 9 ,Florida, law requires that all
Water Ski Show is larger than Onlonunued the Belle Glade club and also a 2:30: p. m. dally or L July 3, 4 and S.LUghn I such projects be advertised for
Grand Central Station and cost the i Work Is Started member of.the Board of Public Instruction .a three consecutive Weeks. Further

city of New York $27 million to of Palm: 'Beach County, Va Is that there must be at least a seven
'build.: Moses spent an additional ( From Page 1) told the history of the flag. The Harry T., days lapse from the date of the
1350,000 this year to build the oval When the new spur line is com speakers were Introduced ,by Exalted Doctor Of, ]AWSK last advertisement to the date of
track for the ski show. All of this plete, It will extend the Halnes Ruler Frank Dooley of the opening of the bids.
was given to Florida free for the City Division line almost directlyeast host lodge. WINTER PAR Harry T. 10. After bids are opened, they
summer long shows. of the Okeetanta. mill acrojs .. Vaughn, president t of the Unitedp. have to be analyzed. It is frequent
Now, Florida, to take care of Highway 27. Campaign To Be Part States Sugar Cor of Clewiston, Iy not immediately apparent who
the thousands who cannot get seatsto Plans to add a .spur that would ,received the how rary degree oft II the lowest and best bidder be-
see the four dally ski.,shows have connected the ,South Florida Commission Dev Dept I Doctor of Laws a the Commence cause of a. number of ""alternat
has added two night shows under Sugar Corp. mill to the same railroad ment exercise at Rollins Park. Ivea" and other considerations Involved -
lights. This means that the Florida appear to.have. been dropped LAKELAND-The Florida Citrus Vaughn also deli,vered a com in the bidding.
pavilion should run from 75. .. Commission will place primary mencement exert:Ise at Rollins 11. From the day ground is
000 to over 100,000 visitors dally ON EUROPEAN' TRIP responsibility for Its ,Institutional Park. Vaughn also delivered a broken, high schools usually take
throughout the remaining monthsof Miss Hazel Sheppard and Miss program in the newly organized commencement address. some 300 days to complete if
the world's Fair.BIRTHS. Betty Echols_of Canal Point left commercial development depart A member of the Florida Council there are no storms, material
.. Tuesday ror new York City, when I ment. of 100, Vaughn is a vice president shortages. or labor disputes to
they will visit the World's Fair Homer E. Hooks general manager of the Florida State Chamberof hinder completion. Typlccl .!..
before leaving on the ocean liner, said the move will become Commerce and is president of eatary schools''of 23" classrooms t .
Queen Elizabeth for England. effective July 1, at which time the the Florida Sugar Cane League, ns/wBejlOQ, .,students, tnonnany
They plan to take a guided tour of entire?'JnaUtutlon& ''e nD P,willbecome' Inc. He is also a board memberof k,200-220 ,construe '
r England, the Netherlands Bel-':., ,the responsfttllty of the the Florida East Coast Rail J'orUJoee aakinfcfriui th. COUDI'
I slim and Switzerland. According' commercial development director, way. ty 4chool board is doing with the hI
to their puns.they' plan t' begoise'for7nbnpt Edward A. Taylor. The institution In his address to some 200.adult bon fl.Jisu i *, funds ,voted last ,Ijatt:
l or wore. .. I al market Includes all food ser graduates of the Rollins College: vet "'r,.and,, valldataed about,..& .A
.... vice establishments such as restaurants Institute for General Studies, month later, it is pointed out that
Mr.. and Mrs. Eugene Talmadgt Festival drug stores, hospital, Vaughn stressed, the necessity for this is still only June and the
announce the birth of a daughter Summer factories, and other "away-from- planning for education and supporting bore laws and regulations, estab-
on June 7. Sets New Record home" eating places. the private educational in* shed for the public's protection
Mr. and Mrs. Bud'Jr&Jcolm Lively
stltutions of Florida. serve also to protect school administrations -
Hooks said primary objectiveof
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announce) the birth of a son on I .
Asolo Theatn against spending
I SARASOTA The the commercial development des
June 8. Vuencelado Mar 'Summer Festival is having the partment Is to build new markets Mrs. Eva Ellen Harris ax money for wrong type schools
Mr. and Mrs. largest advance sale of tickets in for existing citrus products, as Ln the wrong places at the wrong
tines announce the birth of a Honored At ReunionThere
time. Also the
current
desegrega
its history according to Anselm will as to aid in the developmentof ,
June 9.
daughter on ion school
program, IWItchlnrthe
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Allen Frankel, coordinator. new products. was a family reunion at
being acceptedby system from a dual to a unitary
are
Reservations
of the of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell
Daughtry announce the birth a home is
son on June 11. mall now rate with offered a preseason until July Clark Family Gives T Harris on Bacom Point Road on of system the school causing building a re-evaluation program.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Allen SIzemore subscription Sunday June 13, honoring his
announce the birth of a son on 1. The season opens July 8 and I Communion ServiceThe mother, Mrs. Eva Ellen Harris, G7 JIL. .
June 13.The runs through Aug. 28. rears old.'lboe NOTE OP THANKS
I Last year, total attendance at I. Canal Point Baptist Church attending were her daughter I would Ilk* to convey my deep
first state-wide public relations .1 I the festival was 16,495 people has received a Sllvertone Com and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. appreciation for the many prayer -
organizations in the United I representing 32 states and 15 foreign munion Service and set of Offering 'Allen O'Neal and children of West and expressions of love and

States is the Florida Public Relations countries.______ .-._,------ late*. These articles were a gift I Palm Beach; their house guest, concern during my recent illness
I Association, founded In I tCI the church from the family of Miss Judy Kay of Iowa: her son. You, my friends and loved ones,
1938. The St. Louis Browns moved. II. C. Clark in honor of their wed- I Mr. and Mrs. Francis Harris of have made my1' days much bright
i', their spring training camp from ding anniversary. I Belle Glade; Mr. and Mrs. Douglas era I thank God for every one of
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.t Alvy Early of Arkansas A&M It Waco, Texas, to St. Petersburg in I Harris and son of Port Orange, you. May his richest blessings be
the guest of his parents, Mr. and 1914 and became the third major CLASSIFIED ADS PAY I Florida, and Miss Faye and Shirley ours.
Mrs. A. E. Early. ,league to move to Florida. ..iVIDCNDS Harris of Pahokee. Edna Maxson.1I'dday


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nailarrlvea Terese,
fiery Karen, Kathy :
the door ,were Mrs. Clark WWscinaon
last week from Argentia,
St. Peter's Lutheran Glades Baptist Church Canal Point New 'Otmd and for a visit with Joe Thompson; the honoree's; the honoree.mother. :Miss:Mrs.

their :parents,,,Mrs. Ralph Stanley ,
at
Church Belle Glade Baptist Church Yvonne Thompson. Presiding
and Mr. and Mrs. Grady Echols.
(Rev. Jonathan. 1* Wolf) the guest book was little Miss
Meet in Pabpkep Lions Club' Mrs. Stanley and children will ,Anne Wilkinson.The .
August Koerber, Pastor Building Lawrence Stewart, Pastor spend the summer with, relatives '
refreshment table was draped
6Q1) W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade SCHOOL 0:45: SUNDAY: Lt. Commander Stanley will return
SUNDAY : a. m. centered
with white cloth and
SUNDAY) 9:45'. m.-Sunday School a
.. PREACIUNG-l1:00 a. m. and to the service the first of July.Methodists
Divine! Services 11 A. :if. 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship with pale yellow roses. Refresh
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7:30 .
p. xn. ---S ,- served from silver.
ments
were
M. <}:30 m.-Training Union
School 9:45: A;; p
SUNDAY B. Y. P. 6:30
: m.
-.4 p. 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship Out-of-town guests were thegroome1ect'
WED. PRAYER-7:30: p. m. Name mother, Mrs. CharlesF.
WEDNESDAY
:
,Holy Nativity 7:30 p. m.-Prayer :Meeting Chaplin of Miami and Mrs Eva
Episcopal Church The Methodist Church Incoming Pastors Woolverton of Ft. Worth, Texas.

PahokeeRev. Canal Point, Florida The Pahokee ChurchOf Methodist ;annual conferencein I Hostesses, Mrs.were Hank Mrs.Aldridge Charles Wilkinson and-

The NazareneRev. Lakeland )last week chose, past Mrrs. Ellis Wilkinson.
William Pickets, Vicar. James W., Baugher, Pastor ors for churches in Florida and -.
SUNDAY SUNDAY: announcement made, Mondayo
was
8:00: A. M.-Holy Comm nl a 9:45 School Wizard Kilpatrick to Chipper Watson Has
.. a. m.-Sunday 433 Bacom Point RcLPhone the appointments. Coming
11:00 a.'m.-Morning Worship the Canal Point Methodist churchis A Birthday PartyA
924-7528 P. O. Box 882
First Methodist 6:00 p. m.-Evening Worship SUNDAY SERVICES Rev. Edward Norton from Louisville
TUESDAY: : Ky. He succeeds Rev. J. W. birthday party was held in
Church Pahokee 9:45
a. m.-Sunday School
8:00 p. m Woman's Society 11:00 Baugher who left yesterday for the city park for Chipper Watson.
a. m.-Sunday Worship
lit TuesdayWEDNESDAY Miami where he will become associate son of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Watson,
I John A. Briley, Pastor : 6:30: p. m.-Juniors pastor of one of the finest on Thursday evening, June 10.
7:00
m.-Sunday Evening
SUNDAY: 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting p. and largest Methodist! churches in Decorations were of red and white
9:45 a. nu Church School. .. Evangelistic Service that city-Trinity Methodist. Rev. crepe paper and colored balloons.

11:00 a. nu Morning Worship St; Mary's Catholic WEDNESDAY: Norton and Mrs. Norton are Florida ,Hostesses were :Mrs. Karl Wat-
7:30 m.-Midweek Prayer
7:45 p. m.-Evening. Worship p. folks but have been in the son and Mrs. Robert :Mackey. This
I ChurchFather meetlnig. Kentucky conference for 10 years. was the first birthday for Chipper
Church Of God, "Where you are a stranger but Returned to the Pahokee church and.quite a merry one. Cake, ice

Francis Fennech, Pastor once"I for another year was Rev. John A. cream and cokes were served as
Barfield
HighwayPahokee I
Sunday Mass- 11:30: a. m. Briley. Of interest locally is the refreshments. There were two bal
Confessions before Mass Taylor Circle Met fact that Rev. Robert Shelley, loons with Jelly beans in them. The
Fla. .... At Brown HomeThe former Canal Point pastor, was children who found these received
A. L. Stone, Minister First Baptist returned to his partorate at Ala- prizes. They were Leigh Anne
Phone 924-7363 [chua, Fla. Shirley and Charise Dermody;
SUNDAY\ Church Canal PointElder Alberta Taylor Circle met
0:45: a. m.-Sunday School Monday June 14, at the home of
Mrs. Edna Brown. Seven Members
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship R. E. Barfield
:and one guest were present. Mrs.
7:30: p. Evangelistic Ser SUNDAY
vJceTUESDAY : Brown had the program and was
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School ENJOY DELIGHTFUL SUMMER
assisted Mrs.
: by Guy Thompson,
: 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship. WEEKENDS 09 VACATIONS AT lOW RATES
Mrs. Coleman Conley, Mrs. Law
,
I 7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ 6:30: m.-B. T C.
p.
rence Stewart Mrs. Raymond
Service. i 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship Martin. 70 "Bead Skw
TUESDAYS:
Plans were made to carry sunshine -
First Baptist 7:30: p. m.-choir practice baskets to shutlns Sunday

:Church Pahokee WEDNESDAY: June 27. The next meeting will be Weekend Specials .
Midweek
7:30: p. m.- Prayer at the home of Mrs. Joyce Arrieta !
Service.,
of Port Mayaca.
SUNDAY 7:30: p. m.-Ladles Auxiliary
SINGER ISLAND
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School Meeting. Bridal'Shower ForBonnie .
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship ... FLORIDA
<. 6:30: p. m.-Training Union L. Rayburn "'"
Side ChurchOf
... South 1/fi"
7:45: p. m.-Evening Worship
A bridal shower was held Satur-
WEDNESDAY! Christ
j afternoon, June 12, Miss Championship 18 Hole GOLF Courses-and
*** 7:30: p. m.-Prayer Service day for ,/
.. i Bonnie Lee Rayburn, bride-elect of "
Belle Glade across from Fabulous Ocean and Lake FISHING
Daily
George Edward Butler, at the homeof
Rd. 80
The Church Of God Bowling Alley on Mrs. Barbie Hostesses t
Rosenberg. ,
10.00 a. m.-Bible Study SWIMMING, SKIN DIVING WATER SKIING and BOATING
Pahokee
Of Mrs. Barbie
Prophecy were Rosenbergand
11:00: a. m.Morning Worship
'. Canal Point Road Service Mrs. Tanya Reed. Palm Bud Shorn IIOte. hotel' and apartment iocc mod+lbro are sort offend atsaetlal
6:30: p. m. Evening I The refreshment table was laid lav leaser ntn.located erectly an the Mantle Ocean this Island paradise
7:30: p. m.-Wed, Bible Study to wrraimM by 12 ton counts lor daly" "play' Drift.Rshini(at special rItIs), cbartar
John H. KInard, pastor ... :with a white'lace tablecloth cent- outboard rnUl rU delltit e.try angler.' Brim your OM bat flirts eicellentdocklnc
t 10: a. m. Sunday School, ered with a bouquet of pink flow and lawichw tacilittet One of ftond* nnest ketMnc" Deachat 14Is ken.PlM .
11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service Church Of Christ en. Out of ,town guest was the a*tanpeMhw. wertend or tox** to the Palm. Beaches. fill or ", today.M ..

7:45: p. Evangelistic icnoree's grandmother, M r a. ACCOMMOOAnONSI
Service: 125 N. W. Avenue D Dome Taylor of Dothan, Alabama,

: 8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. Phone WX 6-3887 .... AUt IIACII. IMOIII wstaesmpf. Atsocisnoepo
8:00: p. m. Thursday--W.M.B. Belle Glade Fla. Mr.. and Mrs. Ron Ter Haar had s eta alvuIA IIACJt, toh
*. 'Everyone welcome. Special SUNDAY SERVICES 14 their guests over the weekend .. IMe M e1Msw mlarllr1i... ad .rye ModM..

m11slo and staging. 10:00 a. m.-Bible, Study, her cousin, Mr and Mrs.. Jimmy
.'! 11:00 a.: nu-Morning:.Worship Reichardt of West Paint Beach. AtCIQJ1 l lM
Mm. H. J. Anderson was a 7:30 p m.Evening Worship They are enroute to Tennessee to IT
visitor in Miami this past week WEDNESDAY enter school there. :'arr, t1Nlf-r
with relative' ,7:30 'm.-Bible Study
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Kissimmee, Bassen er and Tantie. right- here at the Everglades Federal- a huge

The Caloosahatchee and LaBelle I 4Vfc percent. The main office at Belle Glade or

Wrecks and Sinkings. Whirlpools and the other office in Pahokee offers you a friend..

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business of Mobile; I
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Glade's prominent
Funeral Services ''Last Rites HeldForleeTillis,67 Georgia; on* sister Mrs. Emma I Trailer and will travel in
having been general manager of
Gibbs of Englewood, Fla., six it during the trip.
Lake Shore Growers in that city grandchildren and three great- While away from their Palm
For Canal VictimFuneral Mixson Funeral Home was in
grandchildren. Beach county home the Knlghta
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expect to visit the Grand Canyon,
shipped the body to New Hamp. Lee TI m8, 67, of Canal Point Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico,
held In Take
services were W.
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shire, where Mrs. LaChance was June 10.; Knights Disneyland in California, Sequoia
Thursday
Nashua N. H.,' on Tuesday of thisweek visiting, for the funeral. passed away National Park and Yosemite Na-
held Sunday
Funeral services
for Peter Joseph LaChancef Along with the widow Bertha, afternoon at the'were Wetherlngton'Western Vacation tional Park in California, Glacier
morning I It" there Is one daughter Anna Maria In
who died early Friday Funeral Home Chapel in Pahokee. National Park Montana and
when his car plunged into the I IiI I Yellowstone National Park. Their
Hillsborough canal in Belle Glade. ''The LaChance family was mak- Burial was at Port Mayaca.His Mr. and Mrs. Thurmond W. plans call for scheduling their tripso

The accident occured east of the ing preparations to visit Europe I survivors include his widow, Knight and family of Lake Park, that they can be present in
bridge in Belle Glade when Mr. this summer Mr. LaChance have Edith; one son, Lee Roy of Canal Cheyenne Wyoming, for the big
returning home ing won a free trip. Point; three daughters, Miss Mary former residents of Pahokee have '
LaChance was national rodeo in July.
I \ from taking a friend to his home .. Edith Tillis of Canal Point Mrs. left for a western vacation which ..- -
In the subdivision north of the carnal Miss Yvonne Thompson has re- June Doreman of Orlando 'and will take them to the outstandingand .
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brothers, Lloyd section of the United States. BIG DIVIDENDS
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