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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 18, 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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oclc - 32615395
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System ID: UF00079910:00182
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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June 25, 1965 PUBLISHED, WEEKLY, IN CANAL POINT By PAUL RAHDIN

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CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTS

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Bacom Pt Ice Plant Everglades Federal Gives '$1000 Check To Miss 1-75 Receives I' Half Dollars Are

New Pahokee i
Hospital lI Crown At Wildwood

Riad&CurIee&LWork Scarcer Than Hen'sTeeth
I WILDWOOD Suzanne Lynn
I I ; Warner of St. Petersburg was

Continues ..IUlHII1: crowned' Miss 1-73: Florida last In Glades '

week in competition with 18 other

beauties Miss Warner will repre-
Despite the inclement weather I
sent Florida in the Miss 1-73: U. S. The familiar half-dollar fifty

work. proceeding on Alrpoit ,., A. contest where she will compete cent: piece is scarcer than, the
Road In ,Bell Glade, Bacom Point
with winners of five'' other states I proverbial hen's teeth in the
Road Jn Pahokee and Curlee RoadDeaZ'
through which Interstate 173 is Glades section of Palm Beach
the Prlaon Farm. Distinguishable -
now traveled. county.: On Tuesday of this week
progress was noted during: The pageant was held to cele- told
a customer was at one of, tho
the part week. Larrimore Road is
I brute the opening of a new Pure bonks that there were no half dollars. }
scheduled for the "Im- J
start in 'A '
Oil Co. trucki top at the Wildwood .
mediate future" according to State (I interchange l 1-75. The truck- A few months back the federal
Road official
Department
;, atop features all conveniences for government announced: that beginning
The contractor on Airport Road 'Interstate truck drivers as well as in ,;'few'Week. half dollars /
in Belle Glade-running from SR-
ii' *. tourists and is a new Conception of will be minted from an alloy of
715 in Chosen in front of Pioneer
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tho well established service station nickel on the outside and copper
Growers to SR15 or US441-Is
that has developed through the Inside-sort of'a sandwich coin
letting no grass grow under his +i. p use of the new interstate highway -with .no' sliver whatever. Quarter
bull dozers. He has the muck ex- e
system. and dimes will be made rtt the
cavated on half the Job from US- -
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same material, The material will
441 to the railroad crossing and
bo the lama as that used to mint
League
has half of the remainder taken Soft Ball '
the familiar,five cent piece-nickel
out on the remaining stretch. lIe
as it is known ,to Americans.Today' .
has backfilled with Lake Okee- I Shown abov3 left to right arc Elmer Jones, manager of the Paho- iTeams half' dollar contains 43e
chobee Rock and in the not toodistant kee Branch of Everglades Federal Savings A Loan Association Richard I Play Tight
silver
worth of and the new halves
future he will be building F Poston executive vice president and manager of Everglades
curb and gutter Federal, and Mrs. AIy M. Okie, chairman of the Northwestern Palm At Mark.' will have no silver in them at all.
On the Bacom Point Road where Beach County Public Hospital Board. *Mr. Poston end Mr Jones are I Half-Way Maybe that is the reason they aredisappearing
prescnUng )tn. Okie with a cluck for $1,000 from EFS&LA for the from .the American
citizens have been for
fussing
Everglades Memorial Hospital Fund Other businesses and individualswho I scene. Maybe hoarders have read
weeks about the nearly impassable made donations the fund U. S. Nearing the half-way point in
have to are Sugar Corporation. the story, ,about the new kind, of
condition of the road-with not Claude Shirley, O. B. iicClur., the Pahokee Business and Professional the Glades Fast-Pltch Softball halves to be ,minted and have decided .

enough detour signs to make for Women's Club, the Pahokee Rotary Club the Bank of Pahokee, Paho- I League, the race for the top spot i to hold on to a few of the old
completely safe driving-slow progress kee High School students, Roy Vandegrift Sr. (Van c ft.WI1Uam.. i favors last season's 'chase. City

is being made. Curb and Farm), The Women's Hospital Auxiliary (forr curtains), the Pahokee Products, the defending champion, I I ones.What H will do to hoard

gutter has ben built_ : on- about Qajden club_,(landscaping), and Reemondo_Sod Company _(Sod)._u I currently' holds a one came l lad the halves good and quarters,' )s not i

Half the jolt: and work has stopped Q T T over ,Rashley's Dry ,Cleaners, last kpown."p vcrttl years ago the federal -
completely: on ,this particular year's runnersup. The rest of the
government called in all the
Lunerock .is Kelley Successful Kyle Scott Named the pate I
part of the project. league drops off nearly gold'coins and made it a crime/ tohave
being hauled from Immokalee, and five full games to the third pjtae:
Ultra after a certain: date.
put down in the area where the South Bay Voting "Man Of The Year"By team. The same thing will in all proba'

curb ,and gutter construction has City Products keptJts winning I bility happen to the halves, quarter. -
been -- streak alive with victories
over
completed. and dimes being hoarded to-
Curlee Road construction running Former Mayor-Commissioner F. Pahokee Lions Loxahatchea Prison Farm and

from the hump-backed culvert W Kelley defeated former cpuncilman ,' Glades Chevrolet this week, and day.Anyway, there aren't enough

near the Prison Farm across Ray Sullivan ,in a special Rashley's kept pace with wins halves available in the Glades today -
the muck to the Glades SugarHouse election in South Bay on Tuesday Kyle Scott assistant principalof I' from Geneva's Drive-Inn and also to meet the demands of customer -
Pahokre School, was nam-
High
is progressing nicely of this ,week. M;. KeDey received Glades Chevrolet. "who need them in the transaction -
ed "Man the Year" the Paba-
this week. Lake Okeechobee rockis 101 votes and Mr Sullivan 134. of by Phil\ 'Bonnell upped his league- of business,
hauled in and large culvert kee Lions Club at their annual mark to 8-1 as hemarked
being a They were battling for,the unfinished I!leading pitching
was Installed last week to term of A. R. Grigsby, who Ladles Night Banquet Tuesday both' wtna-the first CT.P, '

connect the road with the county resigned because of ill health.In night. Mr. Scott was presented rt a two-hit, shutout over Loxahat-
W. Canal Point Lions
road north of the Sugar House. the special election voters plaque by past president James chee, 120. Mac Crews and George
Vann. R. J. Schroder, who has
Mills the in the bat-
okehed a referendum that will put were big guns
city: employees under civil service.: served as secretary of the club for ting support, for Bonnell. Crews Install Officers
To Donate 16 also received a plaque.
Rotary The vote on this matter was 118 in years had three singles in an 11-hit bar-
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District Governor Bill Brewer of Loxahatchee's Phil -
of pitcher,
favor and 113 against rage
$1000( ) To HospitalThe ''ort.Pierce was in charge of theInstallation I Overfelt. The 'Icemen had more Kyle Scott of the Pahokee Lions
of officers who are as
with' Glades Chevrolet,
difficulty Club was the installing officer at
Shirley Is Moving follows: George Rashley, president I edging- them 5-4 after blowing a
the installation of officers at the
he
members Paholee ; Harry B. Elarbee, first vice 5-1 lead. The league-leaders were
Rotary club plan to be. among the president;' Lewis M. Collins, second handicapped with six starters be- Canal Point Lions Club Monday
His Texaco Plant I
fr first civic'groups to donate $1,000 vice president; J. D., Douglas, ing away on vacation and other night.
The officer )installed were as
: to the new Everglades Memorial II third vice presidentKyle obligations, but Bonnell was able
follows A. R. Harrington -
q. 9" : Hospital for furnishing- a room lathe Work..is ;progressing nicely on ;Scott, secretary; Othsn 0. to',hold on despite the,' shaksy : president, .X 'W,'
first vice ,
,,-=.,-@. : handsome new building. Everglades the moving:of,the Texaco plant Gilbert; treasurer; .Richard F. fielding support he received. Repperj J second: president vice president D. '

S" Federal Savings and Loan from ,behind the JUnket (Shirley: Hurt lion tamerCharles' Lewis, Earl Vat. Ditched a. twohitterto P.
L. Hooks third ice president;
Association: has already given I,Bros.) Materials plant to a site taU twister; Curtis A. Chase and blank Glades Chevrolet, 7-0, A. Slonaker; ; ,treasurer H. II.Sears :
1i- their check .to the Pahokee' Hospital 'Immediately north of the railroad Leon Spooner, new directors and and team mate Jerry Snyder Paul lion
I' Mel
; secretary, ;
,fund to furnish one room. and north of the Rinker plant on Duncan Padgett and Dr. R. L. Hat ,checked Geneva's on five hits for a and
tamer Caulden Harrington
Members of the Board of Directors I I US441 Pahokee Canal Point I i ton holdover dlrecton.IThrelkeld 5-2 win for Rashley's. Other league tall twister, O.; H. Sheppard.The .

of the Rotary dub thought It Road. I I action saw Loxahatchee break one-year'directors are James

would be an outstanding gesture Lynn Shirley, Texaco dealer, has Named seven game losing streak with a Gibson Albert .,Fremd and J. O.
to make such a donation. Present had a crew busy for several days I come-from-behlnd win over Gene Weeks The two-year" director Is

... plans call for each of the more moving the metal warehouse, in va'a-In a 2% hour slugfest 1716. Bill Galllck.

than 40 members to donate $10 which he stores many items, to the Of BoysJames The Team Standings:
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personally and then make tip the new location. This week 2 W L GO

balance of the thousand out of the thousand gallon storage 'multi-I I City Products Corp. ___,.9 1Rashley's Art Museum To GetThree.

Rotary treasury, have been erected at the T. Threlkeld has been Dry Cleaners A 2 1

Cooperation has been evident on A great deal of near fill was I appointed dead of boys at Pahokee IAM Local Vo. 07 J 8 4% Story Addition

every side with the hospital folks placed on the plant site before the High School it is announced by Geneva's Drive-Inn _4 8 6

making a splendid effort to secure moving and construction work County School SuperintendentRobert Glades Chevrolet ., 2 8 8 I SARASOTA-Plans for a $470-

funds to buy drapes and started. This was done with the W. Fulton. The appoint- Loxa. Prison Farm ,t- -1 7 8% ,000 three-story addition to the

JD&Dy.amaII odds and ends that thought in mind that the location ment is effective: for the 1965-04 -- Rlngliflg Muieua of Art were reealed -

will be needed before the hospital would be turned into a truck stop school year.Threlkeld. GUESTS ATTEND WEDDING recently by Curtis O. Coley.

can open Its doors to the/ public. in the not too distant. future.- I is being, promoted Guests of ),It. and Mrs. Thurs- museum director.
Hospital officials have been loud .. 'from teacher and coach at the ton Butler for the wedding of their The addition which hu been

.. in their thanks, for all donations Mrs., Howard P. Holman and same school From 1954 to 1944 he son, George Edward, were Mr. and okayed ,by the Legislature, will
''''*;: that have been received up,to date.I children Martha and Jimmy art was a'member of the Canal Point Mrs. Bin Bennett. and children of farm an extension of the visiting

. "F .* leaving ,this week for' a- ':summervacatlonjwitifner School; faculty. He'holds a B. S. Alaska, Mr. and Mrs.. Morris, south wing of the museum. Its facilities -

". Mr. and Mrs. J. T. 'Miner' and : 'parents(; Mr. and degree from Florida State University ,.Werkbe'ser' and children of Palat- will include a work area

" ';: children win spend two' weeks la I Mrs Oaston Fisher in1. Belmont. ; ; ud a mastsr/s degree from ,ka and Yri end,Mr.,*' Roy Edward gallery level and top-floor admin-
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Page Two ,. .. The Everglades News Canal Point Florida _- "j.. Q.. ""1

educalton. Junior College] Will
I for physical .
Movies Are Filmed
Florid Development Commtotsion Enroll Until Jelly 23roum'en1.

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Of
State Florida officials are for

they are the ones responsibleFlorida for the second six
tourism.ApdWhat
SiFlbi1 is fast publicity and Session from tin H to
could they I Week July
publicity
better
kno'sii filmlands new'ea
Wcomlhg ,23 at PBJC has reached a new
die rnecca.Cl6se get TOUT : 963 students. This incluldes
high of
'ijLNew York tyr+ Jet, onlyan r Guitars I 556 day students and 407 evening
6V from ,, bF'-IOWN
emlgnl flight Europe! ts. The enrollment figurerepresents
Istude
and endowed with a climate made I I Out of Town guests attendingI approximate 20
an
Sunshine !I Rayburn-Butler wedding: Mrs. per-
for picture-taking the the for the
comparable
cent ,increase ,
State is a big new interest' for{jDonfe Taylor, ,the bride's gr 1d- last .
some outstanding film na n s. |,smother of,Pothan Alabama; Mr. I,period Is year.PBJC offering 43 classes to

Last year, a Rock Hudson moyie and Mrs. W. R. Adams and son I(I daytime students and 22 In the
and Clewiston Mi, and Mrs.
was filmed at Silver Springs !Steve of ;
The Rardin Building: In Canal Point, Florida a Robert Taylor movie was made Edward Hayes also of Clewiston; evening.About },50 students_ _. are.s expectedto
In Orlando Jackie: Gleason 'says )I(Mrs. Garland Tate of Wilmington I
THE LAKE graduate on ,J"yly ,27.. ..
OKEECHOBEE
REGION HOME J.
r SOF4 how| : stf get it8"' to winter in North Carolina; Mr. and Mrs, L
Elbert..EL.Bishop
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Miami, Beach .and ,thc., televisionseries Wyatt,pf.:Tampa; ;,Mr. and Mrs. Registrar for Irs day;
THE EVERGLADES ed fall term applicants
NEWS their children Don
"Flipper" is being filmed In .Wren and
forms
their
complete
classes
to
Sorting the LaW 6tfeechob Arming Region Wlftout SoVith Florida."Arouno! the, World Under The i.la.,,Debbie 1:%ra. Robert aria Ricky pixel and of Brid da ght-p- prior to the deadline1 of August 9.Final .

Interruption Every Week for 40 Years Resting f.or..allnew studentsIs
Sea" is now being filmed in :Miami Pam, also of Bra dgntpn: .Mr.
"s blisiec3 lliU$24 iPubllshea Every Friday and scenes for the rrewest James and Mrs. Russell Bennett and to.1*.,completedAugust 11.
Subseffrlfcfe Iticl $2.00 Year In Advance Bond thriller have been shot there,I I daughtsrs Debbie and Karen fromAlaska Registration for J> tK4 day, and
students will begin, August
-
evening
B too. ,Mr. ,and' Mrs. Roy Edwards
e e glades News Is Enter&Ut the Post Office ; of Mel- 23 and classes will resume
In. ilJPointt. Florida, as Second Class Matter I Television commercials are continually and son Michael :
i being shot at Cypress 'bourne and Mr .and -Mrs. Morris .Au itst; 217About ifc1ett ai'e I lc\.
\ Paul (tar 111 Owner, Editor, Publisher Gardens and at Tampa'i, Buy?h Werkhelser. 4000
Meivh the a- ed to enroll. ,.
President e
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BAcK offi State Ad Council on Physical Fitness chose ,Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Arner have "
S-Sgt and Mrs. Roger Watson CampaignGets 4 Tampa .high school to tilmdemonstration i returned to their home after atwoweek CLASSIFIED ADS PAY
'1 tt Thursday, June 17 for their Commendation of the Lc&demtcd' v iUon.I t.iti DIVIDENDS

Home in Kokomo, Indiana, following :! .. '-- -. .', .- -- I ",.... -. ...L .".
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a week's stay with his parents, LAKELAND-The Florida Citrus -
lilt and Mrs: E. C. Watson. They Commission has been com- + + 4:H.4 .t'! :+
SVcre accompanied by his sister mended by the Florida Canners
Sharon, to Bonlfay, Florida where Association for excellence in
planning .. .. .
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she will be the guest of her uncle of the $3.75 million advertising .. ... ,. :"
and e' "' .
aunt Mr. and Mrs. Luther and couponing campaign for & .
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Flemmlng for several weeks. frozen concentrated orange juice .. .. "_. ., .- 1-
currently in progress.In I

a letter to General Manager Phone 9245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade JL,
,NOTICE OP INTENTIONTO Homer E. Hooks Executive Vice t #

.REGISTER,FICTITIOUS President Warren E. Savant lauded +
SALES
and SERVICE
NAME the commission and its advertising t
Notice Is hereby given that the agency for a "capably planned" ; :
Undersigned, under the provisions promotion. He said this was .f Heating -- Air Conditioning Appliancesw.a.t.S.r jr

""of Chapter" 20,053, Laws of Florida, adopted in the form of a resolution -
Acts of 1941, will register with the by the canners board of dl. +:+..>++.>':''):' .>.>.>9.>.>.)< ( ':'.>'>': .>{..:. :..:.*).) )(..:..>.>+

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for Palm Beach County, Florida" The, promotion, financed by I the ;------ ---------- --c--c---;
up on receipt of j i)roof 6t publication processors of frozen concentrated
6t this notice, the fictitious name, oringi Juice, will run through the
to-witi: summer and early fill. It featureswa :: V V

WALLACE BARNES tfODGfi of c u'ponsV H.h..10 dents
Pahoke, Florida: on two slx-bunce cans or one 12 '
tInder which i am engaged In i ounce can of frozen concentrated .
bdsln\ ss In Pahokee, Pawl Beach' range juice.Tourist J&iAtkekwiiredsof '\
FWrlda. L .V ..
County; That the jtarty e

interested{ 'in said business Id Wallace Season MayS thousands of Floridians atria r
Barnes.,That the. firm mime .
'is Wallace Barnes Bodge.( t,.A New Record enjoying indoor cwafwt l f
perfect
To published once a week for ,.
four successive. weeks In a. neWs- MIAMI-A record number of J
paper of 'geileralt ,circulation in of 1W thanks to !
'lilm :Beach Couhtj>. tourists are expected ,in ,South ti every day yet
Florida this summer. If May was
Pub.: June d, 11, IS 25, 1963 any indication. safer cleaner cheaper
Business blossomed 20 per cent ;
above 1964 Miami tourist officials :ktri
say. And advance bookings are at r--: flamefess rev rse- ycle

Classified Ads an all-time high at, airlines hotels

cies.cruise ships and car rental' agen. electric ir- dilio"ing.

POSITIVELY ah Want ads or Eastern Air Lines showed.a,.28 V z
classifieds; as you wish, to call per cent rise in business. Trail- COOLS in summer...WARMS in Winter :

them, are payable in advance from ways was running 18 per .cent l ie So YEAR-ROUND-RIGHT for
his day fonrand. Don't phone 'em. ahead., Hotels ,report increases of Florid} homes. +?l'riiwiY
Write it and. drA' a+dollar bill taUfcAJfep 12 to 35 per cenL.
,in4 ,Wi&ftjnfconce. Even downtown departmecntstores
$2 if you, want"lt run fwlce i .In, Miami_ felt a five per C C8; V fi

and so on.. I ers.cent jump in ringing- cash regist

tZAT's IN Tim'ATTIO that you "Prospects are good" commented -
don't .ne.e4 t .'lJ>9.. 1 teq ad Paul Walker, president of.Richards aaoa

n this, column wjll probably find Department Store,. "and .Jt
you a' sale.' { writer f
JUat aii el.dose
yptlf -
looks to me like there..will,bean
a dollar and we'ft do fife est
Increase of five to cent
eight
per
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The. Everglades News,'C fiitl Point, this summer."
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+ :SALE:: :New and'Used Wlltfs (:Mr. .and Mrs. Milton Cumpton -:
;;JeepS. Walter AsnteV t darlgti 'visiting:: In Indiana arid Virginia ? i

'Belle ClidS,.PhBfie e-3686,, They'are visiting relativastnd"


f"1- IN THE sightseeing."v CIRCUIT L_ COURT Or .LTttMnrrcsNTH "

"VAOXTIOW 1'f11' JUDICIAL .CIRCUIT iii
Id BLOCKS. FRO&jt ) : oar >ii s BEACH Or FLORIDA COUNTY.IN IN. AND FOB PALM : Tc : : j,

per week for' ''''roo. >''itlSath'> CHANCERY NO.'It C 1S91 C J,d
erator hot IN RSMATTER
plate;; .0) room aprtVients : "',
$20 t'o.$2 5'pe Week, less by I :: PATRICIA: OP ADOPTIONRE ,ANN WATFORD_ "
Aionth. 1109 Ga.: Ave West Palm ADOPTION S ICU :
& Oa'dltALDAAaEN
Beach; call Mr. or MM.. dochrane ,I TO: Address unknown : II S CaSfa Prices are'way down. Safe, flame- '
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683-1724 or 832-1214. Jane,25-p: NOTICE TO DEFEND I Jen sltxc tea c.'
You are hereby notified that a Pe reverse-cycle air conditioning now costs so little that the winter I cotr or ,
FOR GENERATOttS tition for Adoption bu been filed In
ahd
hatters
UM abo,e styled Court for adoption of I heating feature is almost a free bonus. One compact unit saves j : >"
see S. H., Und rwood in his nw Infant girl PATRICIA ANN WATFORD % ,
location US441' a I Worth Palm Beach County. Florid,
on
in'Drive the in generator CanaT f or t. For starter anything line July DAUQHTERYt and. IBM You to art DIANA hereby SUSAN com f r Now, with Sunshine Service electricity a bigger bargain than ever. .".cae 0F '1

give him a calf at 924-4111.. Jllp> I manded original to file of vita your Answer tHe above or Courtthe other It's so easy to enjoy the comfort: and convenience of year-round air EUmIClTY&Lea. j '' .
defenses on or before the 13th day of ,
HOUSE FOR SAL'-Three bed- July 1M3 and Immediately thereafter i, conditioning. Beat the heat now! See your air conditioning conitncior a:' 4 ':.
room frame home for-sale.l Near serve a copy of Mid Answer or other
defenses CHARLES! B. OUTRRIDOB.
upon -
school on Lake Shore Drive in Canal Attorney City Center Building or. '
". Point Phone 924-3401. M21c Lake Worth. Florida: otherwise the allegations
of said Petition rtU be taken ,I

FOB,SALE:. 1964 Ford ,Galazle a* confessed Dated this by 2nd you.day of June. 1983. ... -- .
500. Need someone to take up JOHN B. DUNKXJC "
payments. ,This .Is_ a completely; CIRCUIT COURT Clerk SEAL of Circuit) Court<. v 1. \-== -'" '

equipped 'auto loZ Uf"- Power By Deputy: Thadcne Clerk P. Plant** :- ,,.. V :'- ,, ., ) ; _! ,-:.,
Steering; Power Brakes and air CHARLES B. QUTHRIDOE ,'-
condltloned. Call 924-5381 in Paho- ait-220 City Center Bldg. '
kee for full information. J25p Lake Worth. Florida FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY Helping Build Florida *'
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1: With Series E Bonds the rate turns $18.75 Into you buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the "x
\ $25.00 fourteen monUuj faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity. II Bonds provide ," / -
Your savings increase faster, because your Bonds income for living expenses while E Bonds build a
mature in just 7 ,'9 months. nest egg for the future. That's's why many retired ..
years people! hold fy;Bonds and families saving. for; say, achild's
With Series H Bonds the period
10-year maturity
: education, buy E Bonds
stays the same but more interest is paid you each \' "' .
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worksoutto2Hforthefirstyearanda'haIlit.beD H Bonds? ) ';
year At B Bonds: $25 (cost $18.75), $50 (cost $37.50)), $100
Q:When did the new rate become effective? (cost $75.00), $200 (cost $150.00)), $500 ,', 1f" .
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A AH older and:H Bonds pay more now-an extra .J I
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?It" .: Q:Will the Bondi I onni' omadatlly earn their new can only grow. ,.. ,::1' :

rate? Qi What if my Bonds should be lost, stolen or destroyed : -"',
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your At You can't lo... Every! Bond purchased is recorded N
fe Whenjnr> B Boadt mature, irffl.they fcetp on earning by the Treasury. If 'anything "happens to you*., _

mtZTest? othq' are replaced-free. ..'.,
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t: ,into effect along with the new Inter** rate. Tata r J
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At No. The automata go m.. mater tt tIBDIO:' is to.I.you antcmatkafor i'almo.t .
eIIUJ'-andfD trrW7&Mnflto 7. too. -*'Yo. | bajoJf wffi.- tall to retain your present Bond 4t How do I1>eIp strengthen America's peace powaffA I
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Page Four The Ever'glades'Newer' Canal Point{Floridai FHdaj June 23. 1915I _


''I Mrs Virginia Apelgren and: Mfc. and Mr. James)Gibson and Mrs. 151 Benson has returned to
children spent the night in Delray daughter} Jamie, have returned:. her home: to Pahokee from Good,
Beach with Miss Betty Lou Pick- home attar visiting His parents Samaritan Hospital where shec underwent
I ett, then went to Fort Lauderdale Mfc. and: Mr& Major' Gibson In. surgery. .'
I I for the weekend. Thomasville Georgia..
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Mrs. Rknard: Tidwell and

.tr'ai __ Mr .and Mrs. Bin Moss and Mr. ,Mr;.and Mrs Leo Wroten spent children, Rtckie and Vickie, visited
and Mrs. Horace Unwin and families -.,.weeks vacation at:Salt Springy; I her sister and family Mr. anti
spent the weekend In I Mrs E:, C. Stapleton.
children
fi $ { Palm Beach. west'l Mhs Lee Shirley and
( 'have:returned from:corgia where 1 Mr.. and Mrs. H. C. Clark: and
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hawk Jr., i I they rtstted relatives son,Herman.Earl, and Mrs-.Jfasalo!:
and daughter Cindy were guests i I 'Hughes are visiting in And .lbsia.
ryyl I Edward Logan underwent surgery
1 of her sister and brother-in-law | Alabama.
at the Veteran's Hospital. in
r Mrs. B. Elliott Jr., of Tallahassee .-1 COral Gables on June 15.: Word:aas I Bill Gist and Archie Jonas left

arrived' in Pahokee Sunday to been received that he is doing I Friday fOr Nassau, when they
be with her father Lon Wilson,.,j spent a couple days. On ttotr ,return -
who underwent Thursday to Miami they,left for Tea-
I surgery toe.Mr.
I at St. Mary's Hospital in West I II : and Mrs Claude 'SQirley I nessee. by car. to stay vwfttti Bill's
Palm Beach. .: 1 spent last week: to Clearwatet.. refetfres: for a visit.
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Deevie Dixon has returned to Mr. and Mrs., Bob ,
I Independence, Missouri after. a I and children have returned who drinks two glasses of milk a day

visit with his mother and other home in Pahokee after

relatives. ,I". weeks' stay at Fort Myers MvmiAtT PIMHM.A/.'m.mvT,. C.../,. 111.
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j Haynes Leigh: Cross is visiting relativesIn M'I ;:; YOUNGHO : : ,

i ,'Cocoa for the summer ,

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Mr. and Mrs.J;'L. Humphrey.,Mrs. 'J .
Humphrey will go home'with'them PUT THAT-'YDI/MG HO',SPIRIT IN YOUR CAR
where she will stay for some time
to'attend' a family reunion. :.
Three great new gasolines by I
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elder and .
daughter, of Jacksonville will arrive \" t t \ + Standard. You're laps ahead
in Fort Myers this week, to ,when you fill up with new
visit her brother and family Mr. Chevron,the ." s.
and Mrs. Bobby Bush. On their return ? ,; The'motor fuels custom-buflt forte '
they 'will. visit her ,mother, N t
.J' Mrs. Ruby Bush./** 1gBarbara gj3'" \ C8r8 sand for the way, "rybu:_drJve..Try
i# 1t "therrij-gS power that's livelier "drwmgI
Jean (Buttons) McKin- I ?$ ,
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Southern Bell Telephone Company; I t : .., ,to g She is the house guest of Mrs. Eva r K 3 where IUD take letter care of your car.

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Accounting Firms HOME FROM MEXICO Training School For
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McIntosh

Under Restriction have returned from their vacationto Florida, BankersGAINESVILLEFlorida. Fut
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TALLAHASSEE;, opponentsto visited Mexico City, San Jose bankers -

Florida's ,present restrictive Purua, Cuernavaca, Taxco, and from around the state will arrive

accounting laws say the regulations Oaxaca.Water. .. on the University of Florida
are proving a handicap to & campus Sunday, June 6, to begina

both local industry and national Ski Show Is a k of study in the 6th Sessionof M
the Florida Bankers Association
firms who have established branch Big Hit At Fair Trust Training School.

offices and plants in the state. James S. Craig, vice presidentand
Florida is the only state that NEW YORK The Florida Citrus trust officer Union Trust National ;

denies such reputable accounting Water Ski Show has become Bank, St. Petersburg, and Bu R41ie auings st

organizations such as Price Water- the hit of the 1965 New YoricWorld's Director of the school, stated today
house & Co., Arthur Anderson & "The three-year school is designed -
Fair. Attendance for the
Co. and other national CPA firms to give bank trust personnel
first week of the show, performedfour well-rounded In trust
from doing business in Florida under background
their own names from their times each afternoon In the activities. The full schedule calls !

own permanent offices. Florida Pavilion's amphitheatre. for dally class work, evening seminars

While most of the larger Industries was close to 150,000. Admission to and case studies. In the 1963

operating, in the state, witn the show is free,,with funds being session we will present courses
stock listed on the Exchange, have provided by the Florida Citrus covering Taxation, Trust Development -
employed these accounting firmsin Commission the state and the and Estate Planning."
the past, the present law, they Florida Citrus Commission, the A highlight of the opening me"ting ..

say, is proving a severe handicap. Florida World's Fair Authority to will be a talk by Dr. Frank --------- -

Legislation has been drafted to pay all expenses. I Goodwin Professor' of Marketing, Mr and Mrs. Joe Thompson Steve Adams of Clewiston win

rectify the situation and will be The ski show, however is only University of Florida.. have as their guests, her aunt. be the guest of his aunt and uncle
considered by the Legislature.-The part of the transformation of the Mrs. Bessie Garrett of Pensacolaand Mr. and Mrs. Thelmon Rayburn,
new bill has found some opposi Florida Pavilion. The porpoise Super Markets Have her cousin Miss Jewel Garrett this week while hU parents vacation

tion by some local accounting show, featuring dolphins from the Chosen A Queen of Tokoyo, Japan. They were in Nassau.
firms who claim it would weaken Miami Seaquarium, has drawn enroute to the Baptist World Alliance
:Mrs. J. D. and children
controls and create unwanted com 148,116 people through May 14 as meeting in MJaml. Douglas
TAMPA-Mrs. William Mason have returned from a visit with
petition. compared to 16,817 for a similar
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas wen her mother in central Florida.
has been chosen :
Proponents,of the bill say opposition period last year. Ryan of Tampa and
the weekend guests of Mr.
is ridiculous as the old law The Florida Pavilion overall U queen of Florida's supermarket Mrs. Bob Meyer in Miami. Mrs. Blllle Cook and Mrs. Celia
no longer applies and if Florida estimated as having drawn 40 per checkercashier.Mrs. Stapler spent Wednesday in Zell-

hopes to continue its Industrial cent of the total fair attendanceto Ryan was named by a Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jones' wood.
growth it is imperative that the date. This figure is expected la board of judges meeting In Chica daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
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restrictions are removed. Present increase as the Florida Citrus go to review candidates from Mrs. James Keene, were their Mr. and Mrs. J. IL Wilkinson,

restrictions prohibit branch offices Water Ski Show receives further some 4,000 supermarkets in the U. guests this week. Also, they had as Salt Springs over the weekend.

of national accounting firms to be exposure. S. and Canada for the International guests Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey They were accompanied home by
opened in Florida. .d. Checker of the Year sponsored and children of Vero Beach. their son, :Steve, who has been a

The corrective bill, proponentssay Attend Rotary by Super Market Institute Mrs. E. O. Winch and Mr. and guest there for several days.
,will in no way prove detri- and The National Cash RegisterCo.
District Assembly Mrs. D. L. Hooks of Canal Point Mr. and Mrs. Thurston Butler
mental to Florida accountants. It
: were called to Brunswick, Georgia: and daughters Anne and Linda,
will In fact be helpful, they point I A checker-cashier' for two and to atttend the funeral of their! will return home with their daugh
out, as it will open opportunitiesfor The Rotary District Assemblywas one half years, Mrs. Ryan is employed brother, G. W, Hooks. ter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
of Florida CPA'aas held Friday and Saturday at at
employment by B&B Super Markets Morris WerkheUer, of Palatka, for
officers and branch managersof the Holiday Inn In West Palm the North America Avenue store S-Sgt. Weldon Cardin and Foy
leading national concerns in thIS Beach. Representatives from Pa- In Tampa. Sims will return to their homes a short visit. .1- i

accounting field. hokee were John, Howell, C. G."Windy" Mrs. Ryan was chosen to represent this Sunday after two weeks training VISIT TIlE ATKINS
.. i & Willis, and Joe Thompson. BAB in a campaign that Involved in the National Guard at -Ft. Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Atkins will

The Pensacola Floridan published Those traveling 'with the representatives customer balloting, demon Houston, Virginia.Mr. have as their guest her mother

as early as .1823.. and Billy were Willis Mrs. Willis Mrs., Gin-Joe stration tests and management and Mrs. Charles Porch I Mrs. D. T. Cooper of Tampa. Also
ger rating. visited th Holman family recently. arriving Sunday will be their ion I
Yvonne and Joe Erby .
Gardens has the oldest Thompson,
Cypress Dick and Family of Ft. Worth
continuous dally show in, the Thompson, Randy Wilkinson and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Doles and

world. James Chaplin... i> as their guests their son and Texas mnm

LOCALS daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. The, Lake Wales Dank & Trustis
IN VERMONT
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grove left Saturday, June 19, on a Pensacola. Wales and was founded in 1919.XL ,

three-week vacation. They plan to

4 son-in-w *ti$
,In Timberton New Jersey, and i iI Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hand of
I Mrs. tJpthegrove'i family in Ver Jacksonville have returned to their I"
I mont. Before returning home they home after being called to his

will visit the World's Fair. mother's, Mrs. Lesley Hand. Mrs. -
I! a- Hand is a patient at Everglades

Mrs. Virginia Reynolds has as Memorial,Hospital.
her guest her cousin, Cora New. ':
burn to Wlllington North Carolina. Mr and Mrs. Arch Blakey had
as their guests his brother and sr
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sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. )(. H. t

Blakey, from Tunis, Oklahoma.
They returned to their home Sat

urday. \
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Joyyce took a trip to Port Myersto How to
see Mrs. Joyce's daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. collectpictures

In Florida Rogers.
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Mr. and Mrs. Al Belcher return
after golf ed to Canal Point' after a two. of Presidents
week' vacation with relatives In f'

beer's the one... HendersonviUe, North Carolina. far f i'i.ad' ; .

Mrs. J. O. Thomas, Jr.. has returned f ree4o t nt

for: oodtaste. ; ;bas t to her home after being to a / ..... '1&t 1
patient at St. Mary1 Hospital .
fun ; West Palm Beach. ,". .1'1"'"
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Friend and Merry Ann left Monday Each of the seven detomlnatloni of Series E Savings
w for the World's Fair in New Bonds shows a different President of the United States. If
York and other interesting placed. you're Interested in this kind of art,the seven make nice

t, p Mrs. Frank Tlllls was the overnight collection.Along with the bobby, Savings Bonds offer such extras
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guest of Mr. and Mrs. Roger i' as riskless Investing, Z3ft% more money at maturity, and
Jaudon 'in Wauchula.. Mrs. Jau- financial freedom for your futurt.i .
-..- don and Mrs. Tillls spent Thursday ; But there art other kinds of freedom tied In with your
;;: Bonds. Freedom to speak your piece,
in St. Petersburg. ,, purchase of Savings
.... '," \_ VI' choose your job, and own your property, to name a I...
;: Mr. and Mrs. Clint James ban Every Bond you buy helps our government further the

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fettle chair
down on a soft Miller has returned homefollowing Savings Bonds now? Only $18.75 Iii. i ,.:.' .:;'
friends.
the score with Larry each for the George Washington ,?
house and add up visit with friends in .
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drink that scores your ...:_.
f 'Vl13t better time for the Georgia. Savings where you work.
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almost every golfer-cool, Mrs. Tommy Perry and children In Mute wItH
for refresh-" .. Keep freedom your
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great whatever your.iport-r: ,. returned home after a visit with BONDS
} )i.. ment, great for taste. So tmnis-relax": relatives in Americus. Georgia. u. s. SAVINGS
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g':, boating or tbe.ie tful taste of beer. they were visiting.Mr -; :''.,'VJ.T Q"..*..,4.t t a.. n.t ,.; /-* CU e4_,..,.,.,
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her home ta. Pahokee from
children spent the night In Delray daughter Jamie, have returned GtnO.
Beach with Miss. Betty Lou Pick- home' after visiting his parents. Samaritan Hospital where she underwent
I ett, then went to Fart Lauderdale Mfc. and: Mrs. Major Gibson Ift surgery.
I for the weekend.Mr Thomasville, Georgia.. Mrs. Richard Tidwell
'b < 1 1d and
Aid Mrs. Bin Moss and Mr. Mr; and Mrs. Leo Wroten spent children, Rtckie and Vickie, visited
and Mrs. Horace Unwin and families .,m weeJtfs vacation at.Salt Springy; I her sister and family, Mr. anti
spent the weekend In West.' children Mrs. :EL;.C. Stapleton.Mr. .
Palm Beach. I Mfcs Lee Shirley and i
I have:returned from:(Seorgla where I and Mrs. H. C. Clark: and
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hawk, Jr., I!they visited relatives son;.Herman; Earl and Mrs.:;.Jfasai
and daughter, Cindy, were guests I underwent !Hughes are visiting In Andalusia,
surg'erp'
t of her sister and brother-in-law, I r EdWard Logan Alabama.
at the Veteran's: Hospital in
I Mrs. B. Elliott, Jr., of I
Ta.1lahas.:1 Coral Gables on June 15.: Word:has I Bill Gist and Archie Jones left
see arrived In Pahokee been received that he Is doing I Friday for Nassau, where' they
be with her father, Lon Wilson,.] I spent a couple days. On the tr return -
who underwent surgery Thursdayat '':f.bne.. to Miami, they,left for Tennesseev .
St. Mary's Hospital. In West I'I Mr. and Mrs, Claude SQIrley'I I by car. to stay wftfct Bill's
Palm Beach. spent last week in Clearwater. retoJttrwt for a visit
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Above Is Miss Kathleen Mary Jones, daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Lloyd '4:, I
Jones of New Abbott, South Devon, England, who will be married to +WJ. : '
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Deevle Dixon has returned to Mr and :Mrs., Bob Richardsonand
j Independence, Missouri after ',a I children have returned to their who drinks two glasses of milk a day

visit with his mother and' other home In Pahokee after several
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Leigh Cross is visiting relative .
In I'"Cocoa for the summer.if .

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Mr. and Mrs. Cerbum.. Reeves of !'
Atlanta, Georgia, are'the guest ; .
of her sister and brother-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs J< L.. Humphrey..,Mrs. ,
Humphrey will fo home with'them PUT THAT-'YOUNG HO'SPIRIT IN YOUR CARl
where she wilt'stay for some time
to''attend a family reunion.
Three great new gasolines
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daughter, of Jacksonville will arrive You're laps ahead
In Fort Myers this week, to t \ kf'p.. ,when you fill up with new
visit her brother 'and family, Mr. Chevron, the modern gasolines.
and Mrs. Bush. On their return ,
Bobby _
The'motor
fuels custom-built
they win, visit her, mother, for today's
Mr*. Rufcy BUlb.*** H 23; *-t' ; ; ,cars i u.and for the wayyou: ._drive.-flfry,,
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Barbara Jean (Buttons) McKln- '
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Southern Bell Telephone Company \ l r : k ; i _.. \> 5c or.ajfyour nearby Standard station,
She Is the house guest of Mrs.. Eva a '. :; where wi take letter core of your car.
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Accounting Firms HOME FROM;MEXICO ? Training School For

Under Restriction Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mclntosh.
have returned from their vacation Florida BankersGAINESVILLE.Florida

to Mexico. While In Mexico they Yaur Fut .

TALLAHASSEE; opponents visited Mexico City, San Jose bank

to Florida's ,present restrictive Purua, Cuernavaca, Taxco, and era from around the state will arrive

accounting laws say the regulations Oaxaca. on the University of Florida
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are proving a handicap to, campus Sunday, June 6, to begina

both local Industry and national Water Ski Show Is week of study in the 6th Sessionof
the Florida Bankers Association
firms who have established branch Big Hit At Fair Trust Training School.

offices and plants In the state James S. Craig, vice presidentand

Florida la the only state that NEW YORK The Florida Cit- trust officer Union Trust National -

denies such reputable accounting rus Water Ski Show has become Bank, St. Petersburg, and Bu U.S. Savings Bi.s

organizations such as Price Water the hit of the 1965 New YorkWorld' Director of the school, stated to-
house & Co., Arthur Anderson BCd : day, "The three-year school Is designed -
Fair. Attendance for the
and other national CPA firms to give bank trust personnela
from doing business in Florida under first week of the show, performedfour well-rounded background In trust !

their own names from their times each afternoon ta the activities. The full schedule calls I

own permanent offices. Florida Pavilion's amphitheatre, for dally class work, evening seminars -

While most of the larger Indust was close to 150,000. Admission to and case studies. In the 1965

ries operating, in the state, witn the show la free...with funds bring session we will present courses
stock listed on the Exchange, have provided by the Florida Citrus covering Taxation. Trust Development -

employed these accounting firmsin Commission, the state and the and Estate Planning"

the past, the present law, they Florida Citrus Commission, the A highlight of the opening metIng .

say, is proving a severe handicap, Florida World's Fair Authority ta will be a talk by Dr. Frank -------
Legislation has been drafted to I all Goodwin Professor of Marketing, wiB
pay expenses. Mr. and Mrs Joe Thompsonhave Steve Adams of Clewiaton
rectify the situation and will be' The ski show, however, is only University of Florida.. as their guests, her aunt. be the guest of his aunt and uncle,

considered by the Legislature part of the transformation of the Mrs. Bessie Garrett of Pensacolaand Mr. and Mrs. Thelmon Rayburn,

new bill has found some opposi Florida Pavilion. The porpoise Super Markets, Have her cousin Miss Jewel Gar- this week while his parents vacation

tion by some local accounting show, featuring dolphins from the Chosen rett of Tokoyo, Japan. They were in Nassau.
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firms who claim it would weaken Miami Seaquarium, has drawn Queen enroute to the Baptist World Alliance -

controls and create' unwanted com- 148,116 people through May 14 as meeting In MJaml. Mrs. J. D, Douglas and children
petition. compared to 16,817 for a similar TAMPA-Mrs. William Mason have returned from a visit with

Proponents ,of the bill say opposition i period last ysar. Ryan of Tampa has been chosen Mr, and Mrs. J. V. Thomas wen her: mother In central Florida.

is ridiculous as the old law The Florida Pavilion overall U queen of Florida's supermarket the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Billie Cook and Mrs. Cell
Miami.
Mrs Bob In
no longer applies and if Florida I estimated as having drawn 40 percent checker-cashier. Meyer Stapler spent Wednesday In Eell-

hopes to continue Its Industrial of the total fair attendanceto Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jones'd"uchter wood.
Mrs. Ryan was named by a
growth it is Imperative that the I date. This is to
figure expected board of Judges meeting In Chicago and ionln-law, Mr. and
restrictions are removed. Present.' increase as the Florida Citrus to review candidates from Mrs. James Keene, were their Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson, at

restrictions prohibit branch offices Water Ski Show receives further some 4,000 supermarkets In the U. guests this week. Also, they had as Salt Springs over the weekend.

of national accounting firms to be. exposure. S. and Canada for the International guests Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey They were accompanied home by

opened In Florida. Checker of the Year sponsored and children of Vero Beach. their son Steve, who haa been a
The corrective bill, proponents there for several days.
Attend Rotary by Super Market Instituteand guest
will In detri- Mrs. E. O. Winch and Mr. and
say, no way prove
The National Cash Register Mrs. D. L. Hooks of Canal Point Butler
mental to Florida accountants. It District AssemblyThe Mr. and Mrs. Thurston

will in fact be helpful, they point Co.A checker-cashier for two and were called to Brunswick, Georgia: [and daughters, Anne and Linda,
to atttend the funeral of their. will return home with their daughter
out, as it will open opportunities Rotary District Assemblywas one half Mrs. Ryan is em-
years brother G. W. Hooks. and Mrs
son-in-law Mr.
and ,
for employment of Florida CPA'sas held Friday and Saturday at ployed by BAB Super Markets *t
Morris Werkhelser, of Palatka, fora
officers and branch managersof the Holiday Inn In West Palm the North America Avenue store S-Sgt. Weldon Cardin and Foy

leading national concerns in the. Beach. Representatives from Pa- In Tampa. Sims will return to their homes short' visit. .. .

accounting field. hokee were John Howell, C. G. Mrs. Ryan was chosen to repre this Sunday after two weeks train
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"Windy" Willis, and Joe Thompson. sent BAB In a campaign that Involved Ing In the National Guard at .Ft. Atkins will
and Mrs. J. S
The Pensacola Floridan publish Those traveling 'with the rep customer balloting, demonstration Houston, Virginia.
ed as early as 1823. resentatives were Mrs. Willis, Gin- tests and management .have as their guest her mother,
.. ger and Billy Willis, Mrs. Joe Mr. and Mrs. Charles Porch I Mrs. D. T. Cooper of Tampa. Also

Cypress Gardens has the oldest Thompson, Yvonne and Joe Erby rating. .. visited th Holman family recently. arriving Sunday will be their ion ,
Dick and of Ft. Worth
Family
continuous dally I show In.the. Thompson, Randy Wilkinson and Mr and Mrs. Fred. Boles and Texas.r .

world.. James Chaplin.. their anddaughterInlaw .. .
as their guests son
LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. The Lake Wales Bank & Trust
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VISIT
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and' Mrs. Osceola Upthc- Charles Boles and daughter of is the oldest business In Lake

grove left Saturday, June 19 on a Peniacola. Wales and was founded In 1919. ., ".
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three-week vacation. They plan to

visit their daughter and son-in- A.*'''',from" Ac Treasury */ a free people
O fa law, Mr. and :Mrs. John Keisllck.In .
Timberton New Jersey, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hand of

Mrs. Upthegrove's family In Vermont Jacksonville have returned to their 1 "..

Before returning home they home after being called to his I

will visit the World' Fair. mother's, Mrs. Lesley Hand. Mrs. ,
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Hand Is a patient at Everglades

I Mrs. Virginia Reynolds has asher ,Memorial Hospital

I guest, her cousin, Cora New-
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burn to Wlllington, North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Blakey h_das J
I their guests his brother and
sitter-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. M. It. I
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Blakey, from Tusla, Oklahoma.
They returned to their home Sat-

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Mrs. Laurie Justice and"MaxlneJoyyce

took a trip to Fort Myersto How to

see Mrs. Joyce's daughter and

son-in-law, Mr.. and Mrs. W. A. collect

In Florida,. Rogers. pictures

Mr.. and Mrs. Al, Belcher return .
after golfbeer's ed to Canal Point after a two- '\ of Presidents ..
week vacation with relatives) In '
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the one.. Hendermonvllle, North Carolina. for Hra..;Bwifreedew .
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.Mrs. J. G. Thomas, Jr. has returned : .
foroodtasteJ: to her home after being a ', h
J patient at St. Mary's Hospital in .. ".MI.: .I ';\,'\A j.- .. .tltd\ -- 'UH
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Friend and Merry Ann left Monday Each of the seven detomlnatlont of Strict E Saving
.. for the World's Fair in New Bonds shows a different President of the United States. If

York and other Interesting places.. you're interested in this kind of art,the seven make a nice

,collection.
'Mrs. Frank: Tlllls was the over' Along with the hobby, Savings Bonds offer such extras

night guest of Mr. and Mrs. Roger r, as rt.Jd.lllnyeltlnl', 83%% snore money at maturity, and
Jaudon' Wauchula.. Mrs.. Jau financial freedom for your future
don and Mrs. Tlllls spent Thursday .s'1 i But there are other kinds of freedom tied In with your
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;, .. .":. In St. Petersburg. ', \ purchase of Savings Bonds. Freedom to speak your piece,
\- few.
I choose your Job, and own your property, to name a
: Mr. and Mrs. Clint James have Every Bond you buy help our government further the
i it's good to to the Bahamas on a short In the world today.
After a hard-played 18 holes gone cause of freedom everywhere _. .._-
chair in the club visit. Why not start collecting U. 8. .
f soft
settle down on a Strings Bonds now? Onl,18.,5 i'
friends. Miller has returned homefollowing .: If(
house and add up the score with Larry a visit with friends in each for the George Washington Z, ,p-.

1 time for the drink that scores with variety, at your bank or on Payroll .-..
What better Georgia. work.
uench.ng beer? Savings where you __ _____::
,almost every golfer-cool, thirst- Mr*. Tommy Perry and children In future with
freedom
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Yes, beer's great to relax with, great Tommy. Jr., 'and Barbara have
; sport- returned home after a visit with
whatever your .
: i. ment, great for fistc. So relatives In Americus, Georgia. U.S. SAVINGS BONDS
, swimming or tennis-relax .
boating or bascbal Tommy underwent surgery whit ., ., .. *
the zestful taste of beer. they were visiting. tVJ.. ( f af'.:rwards with 'I'u frM4 ...." D"., ...... IM... 1A.A4..nwd C..H_. f4 "'
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.. INC. ...- Mrs. and Mr*. M. H. Baxter are .q.Jf
ASSOCIATION .
J uNiTED STATES BREWERS ... -- staying in 'Carlton Alabama.
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Her circle yeO of tulle was at-
Bonnie Lee' Rayburn tachedta* f.o "craari'' "' i

I h.ehes \t G.- M JJcI; bead!flowen v.'Jtb[,.-. b U;.", l i
w"Qf Tbt' a Muguet of> Tpink awe -
and of the valley'
Miss Bonnie, Lee Rayburn: and: 'heart' roses lily ;
bttde'rdother'w re turquoise
George Edward, Butler, both) of: The a
__ 'embroidered sheath dress
Pahokee were united in marriage ,
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at the Pahokee First Methodist with; beige accessories and'a cop-

ChurchRev. Canal PointBaptist Church Chapel on Sunday June 20 sage of pink roses. The groom's
Glades Baptist
St. Peter's Lutheran '
at 3 l*. Jif: with tie"!teV'. Giithrie mother, wore a green linen sheath

Church Belle Glade Churcu Colvard, pastor of: the Fnt Baptist overlaid with lace and a corsaga I
Jonathan L. Wolf) '*
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Meets in Pahokee Lions Club Redd served as best man.
August Koerber, Pastor Lawrence Stewart, Pastor. double-ring_ ceremony. Hugh
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade Building SUNDAY: The altar decorations featureda Robert O. Shackford and David
.. SUNDAY SCHOOL-9:45 a. m.
SUNDAY: and 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School basket of pink and white gladioliand Rayburn, brother 9f the bride,,
PREACHING-11:00 a. m. '
Divine Services 11 A. M. 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship white pompom mums' with served as ushers
School 9:45: A.: M. 7:30: p. m. 6:30: p. m.-Training Union fern decorating the altar railing The reception was held in the
SUNDAY B. Y. F.-6:30
p. m. 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship and two candelabra. Miss Faye Fellowship Hall of the church

WED. PRAYER. 7:30 p. m. WEDNESDAY: Harris played the nupital music. following the ceremony. Assisting

Holy Nativity 7:30 p. m.-'yer'! ;Meeting The bride the daughter of Mr. were, Mrs. Frank Rosenberg, and
Episcopal ChurchPahokee The Methodist Church and Mrs. Thelmon Rayburn of 535: Miss Debbie Parrish. Miss Ann

Canal Point FloridaJames The Pahokee ChurchOf South Barfield Highway, is a 1965 Rayburn was at the Bride's Book.
trip to North!
graduate of Pahokee High School I After a honeymoon
The NazareneRev. Carolina Mr. and Mrs. Butler will
Rev. William Pickets, Vicar and was employed as a' D.C.T.student
SUNDAY W. Baugher, Pastor by the Wetherington Fun- be at home at Keen's Trailer Park,
SUNDAY: Canal Point, Florida on July 3. /
8:00: A. M.-Holy Communion 9:45 School Willard Kilpatrick eral Home. ... ...
a. m.-Sunday
i I I 433 Bacom Point Rd. Mr. Butler, the son of Mr. and
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 Mrs. Thurston Butler of 435: Cy- VISIT FORT MYERS BEACH

First Methodist 6:00 p. m.-Evening Worship 1 SUNDAY SERVICES: press Avenue, la a 1962 graduateof Mr., and Mrs. Jack Bush and

CHurch Pahokee TUESDAY, : I 9:45 a. m."":Sunday School Pahokee High School and Is family spent this past weekend"in
8:00 m.-Woman'. Society
p.1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship employed by the United States Fort Myers with his brother and

John A. Briley, Pastor., : 6:30: p. m.-Juniors Sugar Corporation at Bryant ,family, Bobby Bush. They were 'accompanied t

SUNDAY: I I 7J30: p. m.-Prayer Meeting 7:00: p. m.-Sunday Evening Mrs. Hugh Redd, matron of hon- back to Pahokee by his

'9:45: a. m.-Church School .. .. "" Evangelistic Service or and the bride's only attendant, I mother Mrs. Arthur Bush, whbspent
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship WEDNESDAY: wore a pink silk shantung street- the week in Fort Myers. '" .
7:45 p. m/ Evening Worship St. Mary's Catholic. 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer length two-piece sheath' dress and .

.. ChurchFather meetinlg. carried a bouquet of pink carna- I JONES-SCOGGIN CIRCLE
Church Of God "Where you are a stranger buonce" tions. Trte Jones- Scoggin Circle In

Francis Fennech, Pastor i 'The bride given in marriage by ,Canal Point met at the home of ...

Barfield HighwayPahokee Sunday Mass 11::30 a. m. her father, wore a white Imported .Mrs. A. T. Holt Thursday June 17..
Confessions before Mass Canal Point Brides chantllly lace gown with high sa- Mrs. Earl Bracewell gave the de-

Fla Honored At Party brina 'neckline; tapering elbow- votional. Mrs. Charles Maxson was
A. I* Stone, Minister .a length sleeves, fitted waistline and In charge of the program. A short

Phone 924-7363 very full skirt with sweeping train. business ,meeting followed.
SUNDAY: Rainbow MeetingsEnd The W. M. S. of the Canal Point

baptist Church gave a coffee hon-
0:45: a. m.-Sunday School
oring two brides. Mrs. J. G. '- .'
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship For SummerMonday new

7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser- Weeks, Sr., and Mrs. Roscoe
vice'l"UESDAY Stokes. The table was laid with a 6NJOV DELIGHTFUL SUMMER '

:' Evening June 14 was white organdy cloth, centered WEEKENDS OB VACATIONS AT LOW RATES ,

7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ I the last regular meeting of the with a silver epergn with an

Service ". I Order of Rainbow for Girls Paho arrangement of pink and' green 70iJn 2ead Slwm' -
flowers and fruit. Silver candelabra -
kee Assembly No. 16 for the sum-
with pink 'candles and pink
First Baptist mer. The meeting was presided by
streamers were also on the refreshment Weekend
Church Pahokee Miss Ann Peacock newly elected tab re. Refreshmentswere Specials

Worthy Advisor. Aside from the served from a silver coffee I ..
regular business, plans were made service bowl Beautiful .
silver and
punch a on
Guthrie W. Colvard. Pastor and a committee appointed for ,the /'
silver cake salver. J4 '
SUNDAY Founders Picnic be held SINGER ISLAND "
Day to Mrs. Barbara Stewart served at ,'. ,.
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School sometime in
July on Boy Scout FLORIDA
the punch bowl and Mrs' Edna _
a. m.-Morning Worship
,11:00 Beach. "
"' Brown poured coffee: Hostess was
6:30 p. m.-Training Union Final,Plans to attend Grand As-
Mrs. W. S. Cross chairman of the -- ,
7:45 p. -Evening; Worship sembly to be held this In '
year W. M. S. In of
Charge arrange
WEDNESDAY. : Jacksonville were made.' Rainbow ments were Social Chairman Mrs. Championship 18 Hole GOLF Courses-add. ?

7:30 p. m.-Prayer. .. Service cock,Girls Worthy to attend Advisor are; :Mary Ann Pea-Lee and Charles Mrs.Brown Grady,, Echols.Mrs. Paul Rardin Fabulous Ocean and Lake fl.ijlqg! O.ajly'! w

Adams, of t h eState .
The Church Of God Representative .c.
SWIMMING, SKIN DIVING, WATER SKIING slid, 60ATi UG{
of North Carolina Lodus
; IN PATIENTS 9 AT nOSrITAL-
Of Prophecy, Pahokee Gray; Kay and Gloria Hall; Pam Patients this week at the Ever- fatal dead Stores motet hotel ana apartment accommodation are cow offered it
and Belk special .lev wen rates located directly: oa the AtJaAK Ocean off Uaod pmdlsfb
Canal Point Road Ralena Ursry Arrista ;
;
glades Memorial Hospital are: twiWMded.y II tat courses tor daily pay Orift-dthiin M sp d4 teas: ),cfeartw
Linda Justice and Carol Bardin. Alma Venos, ,Muriel Klrchman, elf out had rentalr wit deliW every antler' Bdnj-.,our OM boat:!lives tudteiitdocklni '
John H. Kinard, pastor They will be Chaperoned by Mrs.Marie and JwncMni acuities One of nonoa'i line*iatMaf heathen Is fttn.DM .
Devane Mae Butler
Ida
Louise ,
10: a. m-Sunday School Hughes, Motther Advisor rs .loexpeMht. vtckaad or lonjer to the 'alit. Beaeftet M jr write,ieday.am -
Service ; Hilda Nees, Annie Justice, Lassie MV.I f > Oooo V
11:00 a. m.-Preaching ACCOMMOOAnaPALM
Arnold Hughes Wor8hipfu1MasterEyerrlades 4M
Hand, Lora Richardson, Betty *
7:45 Evangelistic
p. Lodge No. 211; Mrs.
Lutz Charles
Wynell Champion,
Service Ursry, and Mrs. Calvin Peacock. Thlgpen, Flecher Burnette, Luther IIACII 11IOIII IUSINISSMIN'I ASSOCIAtION
8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V.LJB. During the meeting Marriage R, 0. lOX 1, ----IMW 7sacN;aAPbr. "
8:00 p. m. Thursday-W JIB. Majority Degree waa presented to 'Martin,, William Pollard, Warren sett er ...... adsrwsMOra ai; ... a....... '
Repper, and Bessie Eady.
Everyone welcome. Special Mrs. Elaine Adams Weeks. IWIIADOI8I........ .

I music and singing.. ... Worthy Matron Pahokee Chap- : Mrs. J. D. Latham accompanied ,

ter of OES Grace Graham and H. I her daughter, Mrs: Audle' Hooks,
t C ristI' C. Graham plan to meet the Girls an r 1TAft-
Church Of of,Clewlston to Miami on.Tuesd*f'
In Jacksonville: 1

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Belle Glade Fla Jacqueline Brock I -

SUNDAY SERVICES beds< 10:00: a, m.-Bible Study

11:00 a. nu.--Mrfrnlng Worship ;
Big Dividends
7:30 p. m. Evening Worship : Jacqueline'Florence Brock,
WEDNESDAY of Pahokee, daughter'of :Mr. and ,
UK Mrs. G,A. Brock of AUanta, Gs, I_
7:1 j"\\ p 7:30: p. m.-bible"" Study became the bride'of Jam,. Ronnie iV ON YOUR SAVINGS 4%% '

&- Tucker, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.

or First Baptist Tucker, Pelican Lake-, FUt, Friday We know it T 'nearing vacation time, bud let's l' -
June 18. r '
Church, Canal PointElder The couple exchanged vows in :'". not forget the regular weekly or monthly save I

R. E. Barfield Point a candlight Baptist ceremony Church at at 7:30 Canal p. m, ings that you are putting away. Those savingscan

SUNDAY: with the Rev. Lawrence Stewart, draw an unusually large percent of interest
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Miss Brenda ,
pastor, officiating:
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship. Kay Unwln, Pahokee, was maid of )right here at the Everglades Federal a huge

6:30 7:30: p.p. m.-B.m.-Evening T C. Worship Tucker's honor and'RaJph beat man.Jones was :Mr. 1\ I 4% percent. The main office at Belle Glade or -

TUESDAYS: Given in marriage by her father the other office in Pahokee offers you a friendly -
I 7:30 m.-cholr practice ,
p.
the bride wore & streetlengthdress
WEDNESDAY: of white lace over satin and service when it comes to taking care of your

7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer' carried a white Bible overlaid with savings account. Along with the splendid in-
ServiceTHURSDAYEvery
lace and. centered with. a white
: other week orchid. terest you will enjoy doing business with either .

7:30..' p. m.-Ladies .Auxiliary. Mrs. Tucker attended South office.

Meeting.. .. Cobb School in Atlanta and Sa
presently employed at ;Florida National -

South Side Church. Bank in Belle Glade Mr.Tucker E .FEDERAL
from Pahokee ,
graduated .
Christ -- t
Of .. .-.... .. Iligh School In.1963 and \. assocl- Loan Association
And
JO ctncl\'Belle' Sayings
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Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 to AlaDatnia "
I After a wedding trip .0'
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: :11:W a.*m.-Morning Worship will be*at boat.to their friends at M I'tU P 'e .

.&JO p. BL Evening Service) 311 Cypress A..., Pahokee, after:
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\\h Bight The Everglades New, Canal Point Morida Friday June 25, 19&5

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gram are a consultant from the more staff members during the Mrs. J. R. York returned to her i The Simonson Lair Circle metin
United States Office of Health I I coming year to prepare specified' home in Pahokee Monday after the home of Mrs. Richard Hurt.
lectureVacationDr. Education and Welfare, a representative tions and help to plan the new spending the past six months with There were nine members present
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of the American Dental I'I curriculm --. : her daughter, Mrs. Browning Mrs. Blakey gave the devotionalOf
Association, and an instructor Dr. Manor expects to return to Roach and Mr. Roach in Maryville "Commissions! of Laity". Each

Harold C Manor Presidentof from a San Diego Junior College. :the PBJC campus on Monday, Tenn.; Mr. Roach has been and stillIs member present gave a thoughtfor "
Palm Beach Junior College will Special emphasis is being placedon I July 12.HOME j -seriously ill. His condition ia reported the day.
combine his vacation with a lect training in Unified school districts -I I as being no,.better duringthe -
ure engagement At the Universityof as well as in teaching and FROM VACATIONMr. I I past couple of months. CARD OF THANKSI

North Carolina at Chapel Hill course construction. The history of and Mrs. Gene Gore and I I -.+..." -- would like to thank my,friends
on July 8 and 0. Dr. Manor will the development and organizationof children have returned !home aftera CRICKET I I IS BETTERW. and neighbors for the kindness
lecture at the College of Dentistry programs in the junior college vacation tour of Washington, A. (Cricket) Cross, Sr., is shown me while in the hospittaL
at A workshop which is being held will also be discussed at the work Virginia and the Carolinas. En I much improved this week follow- The prayers, cards, gifts and flow-
for the training of teachers in the shop. route they visited his mother ing: an attack of blood poisoningon ers will never be forgotten. I'm
Dental Assistants program. The PBJC expects to plan their dental Mrs. Cleo Lionhart in Ovida. one of his feet. So severe was especially grateful to the staff of
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course is especially for those who assistant course,throughout the the poisoning for a while that amputation Everglades Memorial Hospital..
wish to prepare as staff membersin coming school year and offer the CLASSIFIED ADS PAY was considered before it May God bless each of you.
the junior college program. Oth program in the fall of '66. The lo i BIO DIVIDENDS changed for the better. Anne Geiger

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