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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: September 10, 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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Blue Devils ReadyToMeetClewiston Adult Classes To Work Schedule At Incumbents'Vin TuevOctl9SetTo

Be Resumed Sept. 20Becauae Belle Glade Voting'BUI '
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Hospital Is Told Vote On Pahokee :

of Hurricane "Betsy"Adult Bailey E. F., Weathersand

: In Battle TonightCoach classes were Education postponed High last School week. For Auxiliary commissioners Aubrey Farmer in Belle, Glade Incumbent: won Plan For PensionsIn

In some cases people could not re-election at the 'rue.day'ballot-

register because the offices were big held in ,that city.
Web Pell and his Pahokee The work schedule for membersof a regular meeting of the citycouncil
dosed. announce that
This Is to E. F. Weathers won'ovtr Davis
Blue Devils are all set for the the Everglades :Memorial, .Hospital (M Pahoke4 Monday nightthe
the registration offices will be Klckllghter'by the lop-sided vote
visit of the Clewiston Tigers tonight Auxiliary on duty in the aft- members voted to call a special:
opened Monday and Tuesday evenings of 793 to 37a
on Lair Field In Pahokee.Robert ernoons from 1 to 4 o'clock and! election 'on Tuesday, October 19.
20 and 21 from
September Bill Bailey won over his
opponent
0.- Lamp! Pahokee High evenings' from 7 to 8:30 o"clock
to ,vote'on a proposed referendum
7:00 p. m. to 9:00 p. m. at Belle Walter Ashley by a vote of
School band Is in readiness and Glade' High School Pabokee High Sept 20, ,1965 through :March 20, 708 to 509.Aubrey that win make city employees

will make its first public appear- School. Lake Shore High School 1966:, Farmer headed the eligible for a pension. Nothing of
ance of the 1965-66 season on the Monday afternoons-Nola Nag the kind prevails In the city at this
and East Lake High School ticket u he polled 803 votes to defeat
field tonight. ler and Marjorie, Laka. time.
Classes started Monday September a former and commissioner
Last fall the Blue Devils were Monday evenings-Grace :Max- mayor It was pointed out that there Is
13 and adults who did not register Clyde Parrish by the whopping
in the winless column the entire and Edythe Smith.
son no civil service plan to cover work.
do Monday
last week should so vote of 803 to 384.
seaway but the mentor hopes thatthings or Tuesday evening. Tuesday afternoons Cornelia .. ers and nothing to assist them \
will be a little brighter this Chase and Norma Aldridge.. after serving the city faithfully
tall Fell has only two dozen boyson Tuesday evenIngs-Sally Mayo, Farm Labor Bldg. for years except their meagre social
his squad this time but he says Wallace Barnes Is Cletis Hand and Carol McIntosh. security benefits which 'don't

that they have come to play. Wednesday afternoons Faye amount to a great deal because of'

This year Class A Pahokee will For Business Urery and Becky Kepp. Cost $200,000 AndIslnlndiantown the low wages paid city employees.
be playing among schools its own Open Wednesday ngs-Margaret Many citizens In Pahokee are'
size. Such Class AA strongholds Fanjul and Sue Rozelle. I heartily in favor of the pension

as Forest Hill Lake Worth Palm Dodge Cars TrucksWallace Thursday afternoons Ruby plan for the city workers and are

Beach, Dan :McCarty of Fort Tucker and Bernice Sheppprd. going to work diligently to aee
Pierce and Vero Beach, have been Friday evenings--Sharon Richardson !I Announcement a made this I that tha, referendum passes on

dropped in favor of Boca Raton Barnes Dodge is open in and (to be filled). week of completion of financing: election day October 19. "It is
Jupiter Arcadia and Nova of Fort Pahokei for the sale of Dodge cars I Saturday afternoons Barbie for construction of a farm labor I I only fair and proper that Paho-,

Lauderdale.Key and trucks. The agency is open Rosenberg- and Alice Ramey. housing project In Brooker Park I kee should have a 'pension( plan/
player Js Pell's son John, Iin a recently constructed building Saturday' evenings-Wava Peacock subdivision of Indlantown by I said 'one citizen-taxpayer in dis->

who will direct the team from the I across the street from Rinker Materials" and Laurie Justice. Manning I. Keen Canal Point Real cuaalng; the proposal.
quarterback spot Pell will do most on the Canal Point high- Sunday afternoons-Alice Ram- Estate broker. The pension plan proposal will,

of the passing and among his cl lef way. / ey and (to be filled). The project will coat something II in all probability, receive the, endorsement
targets win be flanker back Keith Mn ]Barnes is a former car sales- Sunday evenings Penny M&Kinstry over $200,000 which is being borrowed ,. of many more public
Padgett and end Jim Tyson. All man*and farmer and only recently and (to be filled). from the Farm Horn Loan I. spirited citizens as, the days pass

three saw, first-string. service last received the Dodge franchise and Specialservice* on Tuesdays and Administration I n} Washington.. between now and. 'election day.NearlyThousand. .
year and are keys to the Pahokee, had thrnew-metal building: erect Thursdays from 8"a. m. til 12 noon An additional"WMWr-wilT tJeo-.penti . ..".c.'
aerial offense. ed "by Seminole Supply Companyof in assisting the moving of patients by Mr. Keen completing the struc
.. Belle Glade. The building )s to and from the x-ray room: ture. He was notified Wednesday

100x60 and in addition has a car Tuesdays.-Ruth' Dobrow, with morning by telegram from Congressman
First PTA Meeting show room on the front. I Margaret Fanjul substitute. I Paul G. Rogers and U Proud TaxpayersSee

Mr. Barnes has already sold Thursdays-Elolse Unwin with 8. Senator Spessard Holland in

Of School Year several cars and trucks and now I Alice Ramey substitute. Washington that the loan had been
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Is In a position to display the complete authorized.The New HospitalWhen
line of Dodge products. He farm labor building: will
Held In PahokeeMembers invites his friends and neighborsto Local Halloween contain 133 rooms and will be atwostory
the doors the Everglades
of
new
drop by the new place and see structure erected of
the what IKfhas to offer. Party Scheduled concrete blocks and steel. It will Memorial Hospital opened
Pahokee PTAwere be modernly equipped with running Sunday afternoon at 2 p. m., for
Introduced to the Pahokee water and baths, Mr. Keen the official'Open House,until they
High and Pahokee Elementary RETURNS TO TALLAHASSEEMiss ...".. Saturday Oct. 30thMrs. pointed out. closed at p. M., a steady streamof
Pahokee and Canal Point
proud
faculty at the tint PTA meetingof Joyce Brown'has returnedto Constructing: the building Is the and
Indlantown Labor Foundation residents inspected: the rooms
the year Monday night In Tallahassee following a visit thousand
Lawrence Stewart preside Inc., of which Mr., Keen Is the equipment Nearly one
charge of the was Kyle with her parents Mr. and Mrs.J. roamed the hallways and
program
ed at,the first meeting the Ca president Kennedy Construction people
W, Brown. Miss Brown graduated
Scott who introduced principals! from Florida State University nal Point PTA Monday night SeptIS. Company of Riviera Beach was enjoyed refreshments served by
Bin Howard and Brooks Hades and Mr. the pink ladies.Welcoming .
bidder
low the
on Job
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August 12. 1965 and win beemployed The: following recommendations
and In turn introduced the guests were
son they Keen hopes that construction can
were presented to the memhers -
with the Juvenile courtIn
their teaching staff, and office : be started not later than October members of the hospital board
staff. Tallahassee, ,. alone with J. C. Slmonds, administrator
1.John.
1. That the PTA meet only in
President Don Adams presidedat and the lengthy and interesting bus- September October, January, pital staff, medical staff,' and the
' .' Sod Truck Smashed March and May. 'Heads Pink ladles.
which left Causey
fness meeting many : 2. Refreshments served, at, the '
'fr :. vennes of thought, open_In the re r : Thf%rears hospital is: design; ;
. gardtoP lob thet eOminCy Mr. :J meeting:-be held', totfipkea oejctffet with::>or*jradlUte>< .JroriqO;>:Jd ..
.- ...:4' .' MItElltersi1oad 3: That the Halloween 3jarAfv.J County,Ante : '
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beds Included.
Mt,Adams> !4'.IIra. Kay_ ba 'hel., 'October:'34rtth' J 4r,and I Fifty baY;:been : :
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Blankenshlp ... secretary of the .. this + : The w
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: :Mrs Don Harrington In ;:
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PTA MrsvMae, Magrill. ,3rd.'vice ...' : elevators are designed for a third
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A sod truck entering, ,Conner* White presented theJaculty outstanding workf and .tireless
president and Wayne Burdeshaw Highway 17 miles last of Canal of the school to PTA members energy of one of Palm D achcounty' i floor when needed There are approximately -
Halloween carnival chairman.\ I 80 employees,
Point was smashed into by a truck and each teacher was presented a
faithful
Room count was awarded Mrs. employees was Much, of the equipment and instruments
loaded Tuesday
with frozen Turkeys The count was
potted plant. room
Deana Peers second grade and and caused a considerable recognized last weekend in Jacksonville In the laboratory, nursery
awarded to the fifth grade. .
Coach Don Thompson's gnome amount of damage and put the when Associate County ,obstetrical and surgical suites '
room. Refreshments were served in driver of the turkey hauling truckin Agent John Causey was elected was made possible through donations

the cafeteria by Mrs. Herman Ma- the Pahokee Hospital for emergency -. president of the Florida Assocla- from 'citizens civic groups
. grill Mrs. Arthur Nagler and Mrs. treatment Pastorium Lot Is t 10 D of County Agricultural and firms In this area. Memorial

Eugene Laks.Mobile James L Greenftather of Carthage Agents. He has been an ardent rooms have been designated in

. Mo., was. the driver of the Being Negotiated supporter of the work of the State recognition of the gifts. Plans are
K turkey truck and slammed broadside Association for many years.Mr. now under way to admit the first
who Is located In patients in about 10 days.
X-Ray Unit Into the sod truck as It came Causey ... --
up out of the sod field at Resmon- The Canal Point Baptists began the Glades Office Building In Belle
: Coming To Glades do Sod Farm. Willie Reed of West I negotiating for the purchase of a Glade, has been with Palm Beach CIRCLES TO MEET .
I Palm Beach was the driver of the lot in the townsite for their new county for 17 years the first of WSCS circles of the First Methodist

The Palm Beach County Mobile sod truck. I paitorlum. G. T, Echols and J. L. October. During that time he has Church, Pahokee, will meet
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X-Ray Unit will be at the Pahokee' IfcCall are co-chairmen of the attended the needs of Glades farmers Monday Sept 20. The Vena Mae
8UND.8OIIOOL COURSE pastorlum committee. for five years and for the put I Schroder Circle will meet at 10a.

;Wednesday, September The' Pahokee First Baptist Final building plans are being three years has lived In Belle m. at the church the nursery
win hi optn.Un.: Arch Blakey
>r, Belle Glade Health Department on Church win begin a Sunday School completed that construction: might Glade. .. will be host to the Slmonson-Lalr
. t. Thursday September 23. Leadership and Preparation week begin In the near future. As soon I '
,","', The hours the X-ray unit win be beginning Sept 20. from 7 p. m. as the new putorlum Is available, i Weekend guests of Mrs. Arthur I circle whictt wfll meet at her home

i. ; in operation win be from 9:00 a. UQ 0 p. m. each evening Bill Ernest the present pastors home will be : Bush were her son and daughter- at I p.: m.it and the* Miriam of circle Mrs.
Bush will meet the too
'R converted Into educational in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby
,;" m. to 12:00: noon and from 1:00 Educational Director. wffTt* space
pi m. until 4:30 p. !Do in charge. for the growing chorea. I and daughters of Ft Myers. : Frank Rosenberg at s p. m.

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which will be held at the churdiL.on. .
SenGeorgeM&phy;I t Patterson Circle Sept 21 and 22iaA2:30!! R;:m.

In Mbndfoy Meeting Members were rtuindea thJit oaSepttmber
,
[ 21 all attxiIUuie 4Sua-
Plans To
Speak The lone Patterson clrcle'mefcatth b am>.G'. A. and Ifr X FwUllbegim:
.their fig: : ? The October meeting -
19m abII1S1orftge : Canal: Point Baptist Churcli will'! be' held at the.-Koine of
Monday with, Mca.: A. H. Scruggs Mrs J. L..McCall with Mrsl M. P.
i acting as hostess Mrs, ,W. A. George in charge of the:gmgiaallEMare
U. s: Seiu George I. Murphy, a I I Baker! presentad the program' : en .
republican scrappers fo&the' California I j'titledl'The' Results of, God's; Incres5& Cfcew: has, reUirnedl to nia ,
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Mrs.
: vas assisted by
: farmers makes his first official 1 I J. EWUllamsy Mrs..-W'. P. Hltfcfecoc ",studies at the'University/'rf Florida
trip to Florida Sept: 21 tb II 'attd Mrk' P1. Hi! O'ConnelL Ga tesv1U after spending the
be in the limelight of the 22nd an- 1 An.. tnantfattt rf; was.aiade Ot the !!summer with' his grandparents;
nual convention of the Florida Mr. l Mrs Ruebeou.Crew3v
Prayer for State: Missions program am
The RardiaBWldingj. In Canal Pointy Florida here-at Fruit and the.Vegetable.Ameiicana-HoUL Association I I

THI LAKE: OJ11!; !QE.REGION; ,HOME Of' The,senator's walk undef the .

FFVA' spotllgfit wh re'he promises laFlorida
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ItV'&R&B.ADHSN&WS-
'flU: : to show BlrnllaHtles in &'an'dCalifornia's ,

ServingrtheiLa, \CbldkeechobeeXarining: Regyo'' WiUll1l1t{ farm labor shortage ,. afteraidayfdishing/ 1 : ;
Interruption Every Week for 40 Years pfoMem "and offer solutions1 to : .

Established. Match' 1'119$4'; Ptibllshed'BveryFriday them,movie is nothing'idol' who new was for"under the former the beer's-the ona... ,

Sab cr1g Mu, Irice.$2.0Q :Year In AdvanceThe lights" for 45.motion.pictures and + : .
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Iftergtades! N W' -rs'Entered at-the Post OfficeInCaf four. Broadway' shows.- for-good'taste,{ t #1-
J Fulfil Enoriftas. Second1 Class* Matter' About 1500. conventioneers are
expected I at the' largest off! Flor good'fun "
Paul'lUrdm; ( Owner, Editor Publisher ida's annual agricultural gatherings I
with fruit and vegetable

V eg fu61 -M n T' Bridal;Shower ForMrs.W.TJHullIV/ from growers Jacksonville in attendance to Key:West hailing

: ; Sen. Murphy /will get>i the "Ac '
fle1StatflnAtiamiBach e tion" themed convention under way ,
A bridal shower honoring Mrs. Sept. 21,but,some'of!the, members
William Thomas Hull IV, the arrive the day.before for an"all-day
Meet former s'Linda"Marie''Livingston golf tounxaraent at the Country
was held at' the home of Mrs. Club: ,of Miami. A full schedule of
A.. R. Harrington Saturday; Sept business, socializing, and enter-
MIAMI]BIACH.qr.! } .official 11'from' 3 to B p.1 m. Hostesses tainment has been arranged by
'of the state of'Florida will )'Join( 11; with1 Mrso Harrington were Mrs. convention general chairman

!%.SeiLf George L, Murphy. of.Call- Donald Kepp, Mrs. O. H SheppardMrs. ( George H., Wedgworth of Bello
forniaon..the program of.the FlorIdav : Pope Sears and Mrs. Boyd Glade. ., f
Fruit, and Vegetable. AasoclaHon's Vorhees. ...
22nd annual;*convention in Receiving guests with the hostess i ATTEND.FUNERAL
.Miami Beach.Septl: : 20-24, and Mr.. Hull were her mother > Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Crews ac- Wherever you fish forosport-on the
Appealing on,tha"program with Mrs. L. C. Livingston, and her companied their son and daughter- ocean, by the booming surf or on some:
the .Republican, senator will be grandmother Mrs. Bea C. Roger in-law, Mr; and Mrs. W. M. Crews,
State Senators George! !,liollahan of The refreshment. table' was laid of Ft Lauderdale to Kissimmee, quiet country pond it's great at the end
'Coral Gables and 1Ed., Hi: Price; with a cutwork cloth and center* Sunday where, they attended the of.the day'to head.for a rewarding glass'of'beer.
Bradenton. Secretary of ed with arrangement funeral services of Mrs: Rueben
JT of ; an epergne,
State Tom, 'Adams and( Commlsatoner of pink lighted, tapers, and i sweet Crews', sister, Mrs. Gertrude Over- \Y li1e you're talking over the,ones that got away

of'Agriculture! : Doyje Con heart roses, a. silver lazy susan street Denning age 77. Services or pan-frying the ones that didn't, you CI1Joy,1he''
nero was,used.in the serving.of crackers were held at 3 p. m.in the Grissom hearty taste and cool refreshment onlyVa'gla; i of
Murphyiwjll! ( ,' be. the keynote spreads and dips. Miss Nancy Funeral Chapel.: Mrs: Denning Is .
speakerof, the, convention.., Son, Harrington assisted'with the serving survived by her husband, Dr. R. beer car: give you' so well. Yell whatever,your!
Uollahan wUlwjlcome tho conven: : *The gift to the honoree wua a : J. Denning',! of Vero Beach, three sport bowling or strolling,'golfing or gardening;
:
Uoaeerj prior t4 Mprpb.)?* talk,on portable electric mixer. daughters and, several grandchildren. a/rostyglass beer makes
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a.naturally
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Sept 21, and SnP cewliltfntrO.
due* Dr Alonzo Baker, expert on Mrs. Joe Spangler Is a. patient .. great accompaniment. @, 1 I
interpatlooa;a/fairs;; the. follow.? in St.,Marys Hospital.' fOllOWIng CLASSIFIED; ADS PAY UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION- ; INCi:
tgi day. Adama r wpj give, tha.Invocation surgery Monday. Sept., 13., BJO.DIYJDE S -.O.BOX 273.WINTER PARK' .
:.during:;.tha,.annual'banquet ?: r
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'. Commissioner. of- AgricultureConner ., i r ", .'
will give anreport; on the t' I 1'" t'

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part n nt.of"Agricultural durtag a --

business. sejBion.Sej_.. ,|U: 2,2w.., ; ', ,

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Speakers At Meet: : .'.' "i ,

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Three out thdlnl'*speakers. app \
ar on'th ,pt'dgI' arts,.foiuthaJ22nd t
annual conventian'of, the 'FloridaJrulf .

;: -. and Vegetable''fof8pt. AssociationBCheduledkher .20t2ty e GO. CHEVRON I I : :

The.*trio'of speaker' who will: '. : <,
'..makV appeWarieefral' 'tt a Hotel .I ,
XteertcanicconventWn rite'wulbe.. .
tfr.. AlAnzofBaKefc, professor of.political 1 WKTHAVYOUNG HO1 SPIRIT IN YOUR CARD
scfcnee-'aVIiaV Sierra1 College I i
Riverside, OMitf! VTilUa. H
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EdMund,'Cuyahoga FfcU Olua.'ex-. E pws ree great neur gasolin ei.b
ecuttve1consultant tb O. *** *& :
6dyearTfrs i I ;; t'l'l; .. Wliere'i iltf targe'
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and''IYtbYee Contpanyj as ,
Charles M. (cHuek> IUanaChtea-: | try Q } the action-crowd'today? :

go,' m, prtTai'COhflulUm toilndustry 4 body knows like Standard, for

on l&bor-manaement..re.. j I I 3_ a\ 'h i tllat' 'w ere>the fun-begins! With new d
iAtlonBTtkb5 '" + G lie ron', the'livdief: gaaoliri ,,. Th6'.fiidlaimed'ayypurinodem
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AasoefaUMn' d cooperative
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,! j I I y t carand th.1 fe-on-
Thw'Flirldi Plrtll t tiled Vege; ;'
of gahtzattat''f1 br ptedutGfI, skippers gq war E wbeeb you lead. For sparkling power, new

,' packers .4Ait prtoMaors of I', q & I fun=:see a Standard station, where we tike
'Florida' ?' It I
agrfcuitural-'pratacta: better
t care of your car
.was d1flrj9)8. Members and

growers and'guest*:of\he'as30Cla j[ -=.........
tlon at the1 cbnvvnUbit,'UUfiyear 1
are expected tb-tbtal1arbundtlti09< :
which will continue Itb'make> the< I
event the largest of Its ldnl1ever .
staged In thV Sunshine State.' I t I I r x ykn '
Dr. Baker is"'prof essor of political -
science ate La:Sierra..College, I
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Riverside;' Calif:, and is professoremeritus'
of political\science and I
versity of the Pacific, Stockton
international relatftma at the UnU
Calif. The value of'hW experience
in' American..affairs has been recognized '
by; Presidents Herbert '
Hoover and''Harry Truman:: :

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for Clril 8errK Jn Uoiu. For
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Ij PERSONAL l NEWS NOTES I hostess ALBERTA Mrs. to Roberta the TAYLOR Alberta An CIRCLE iota Taylor was circle


: which nIght.met Following at her a home short Tuesday business *

, meeting the group was joinedby
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Don Collier reported.to be improving Mra. Violet White of Arcadia I members of the Canal Point
from hip surgery performed 1 f[ was the overnight guest of Mr. i WMU and completed plans for
Monday. Sept. 13 at Good Samaritan and Mrs. Ed Jensen and attended 1 their yearbook and the coming*

Hospital, West Palm thq Open Houses at Everglades Memorial week of prayer for state missions
Beach. Hospital Sunday, Sept. 12. which will be held at the church on
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Tuesday Sept. 21 with a luncheonat
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Parker are the
guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs.J. Bazaar Plaza To noon. .

P. Parker in Canal Point for
Continue Open House
Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.
several this week, having '
days Wiley Tillis were her brother and
recently returned from Newton I RIVIERA BEACH Because sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Pete
Abbott, Mrs. Parker is
England.
Hurricane Betsy disrupted people, Jaudon of Starfce.
the former Kathleen Mary Jones events and things; the Gala Open t -

of Newton Abbott. Uouse weekend at The Bazaar ..",..-..
A-3c Mike Maxson has returnedto Shopping Plaza was cut off at

McCoy Air Force Base Orlando, noon on Labor Day.
e\ following weekend visit:'with his However, because there are still T.W.KNIGHTThurmond
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl :Max- over 3000.000 worth of prizes to
) json in Canal Point. be drawn, registration has been

set up for all of this week with ., .a,. Knight
4 Mrs. 'J,'V. Thomas, Jr., and the drawings to take place on Sat ?
daughters, Terri and Kelly spent urday September 18 from 10:00a. Realty Co.

this past weekend as the guests of .. m. to 6:00: p. m. k r s j 4 k i .t 213 LAKEVIEW'BLVD.P. .
her parents Mr. and Mrs.. Joe The Riviera Beach High School I
BOX 14207
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Kelly>t ?t. Pierce. Band, under the direction of Rudolph
Von Unruh will entertainand NORTH PALM BEACH. FLA.
Mrs. A, H. Scruggs and Mrs. J.
free refreshments will be
serv r
S. Harrington left Thursday for
ed. The drawings will take placein
Atlanta where: they will visit Mrs. .
each store as previously plan.ne
Scruggs' daughter) Mrs, Carolyn S'r y
'Garrett, while Mr,1 Garrett is out <;l. I.
I of town. Before the adrupt termination
of events on Labor Day, there were
Mrs. J. P. Parker and :Mrs. W. several names drawn for prizes, MR. AND MRS. LARRY T. MILLERThe
E. Johnson motored to Lakeland and if those people will come in
Church of God on Barfield Highway was the scene of the ACCREDITED FARM AND
Sunday where they visited their and properly identify themselves, double-ring ceremony* uniting Miss Barbara Lee Perry, daughter of
children Ricky and Sharon, both they may pick up their prizes... Mr. and Mrs..Tommie B. Perry and Larry Thomas Miller, son of Mr. LAND BROKER
students at Florida Southern Col The winners names are: Miss and Mrs. Thomas I* Miller, both of Pahokee. The ceremony was performed
lege. Jerry Boldos, Mr. Carl Colllins,Mr. by Rev. Paul Vondracek, pastor of the Everglades Presbyterian -
O. Horn, H. F. Hartman, Helen Church, on Saturday,.August 28, at 3:30: p._m. I
Mrs. Bill Unwin returned Fri Erhardt, Robin Tilton, and Luella
day, Sept. 10, from Lake Placid -- -- -- --- -
Brodd. They can call 842-4213 or ---- -

where she was the guest of her come into the Public Relations Office i !ITI i l'i' TI lfN'I'r [ ''fITI'ITIrTIr; : iTI:rr l TI',TI i'i"rrlK :
son and daughter-In-law, Cpl. 'and suite 222 on the Balcony.APPRECIATION .
Mrs. Charles Humphries, and -4. A
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children. :

We wish to thank
our many
Mrs. Sylvia McQuaig returned to
her home In Lakeland Thursday, friends for their ,acts of kindnessand

r Sept. 16, following a visit with words of encouragement dur- WALLACE
BARNES DODGEANNOUNCES
j her,brother and sister-in-law Mr. Ing the loss of our loved one. We

i and Mrs. W. A. Stevens.Classified shall always remember each and
everyone who was so thoughtful.
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Ads FDC Board UppedTo

15 From NineTALLAHASSEEThe
I POSITIVELY all want ads 01 I-
classifieds, to call
as you wish .
them, are payable in advance from recently
his day forward. Don't phone 'em. concluded regular session of the :NEW 4 AGENCY OPENINGIN ..
1965: Legislature carried,out
Write it and dip a dollar bill 'in a rec-
the envelope if you want it run ommendation from Gov. Haydon
once. $2 if you want it run twice Burns and expanded the member
'ship of the Florida
and so on.AHAT'S Development
I Commission from nine to 15 metn-
IN THE ATTIO that you" bers. The new plan provides a -
don't need? A $1.00 classified ad member from each of the 12 congressional :i/\' ,
n this column will probably find districts and, a: chair I
you a sale. Just writ your ad, en- man and two members from the
dose a dollar and we'll do( the rest. state at large. :
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The Everglades News Canal Point : : '
Charles W.Campbell, former executive !' PAHOKEE
Fla., of the Prudential, Insurance \ ; ,

Co.. in.Jacksonville "1':1't. .
FOR SALE New and Used Whys was appointed
Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage chairman of the commis- ;; .,. r :
sion by Coy Burns soon'after his
in Belle Glade Phone 6-3058.
inauguration.,_ FOR THE SALE OF .
Oct. 17-54-ch
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Other members of the commission ; a
8ETOO TANK Service availableby Include: John Cristo, Jr;, Panama .
calling me. We do excellent City; Otto Wetstein m. Live
work. Bob Durrance phone Oak; William S. -Johnson.. -JacksonvlUe -*

924-0268. S pt..l7. pd. ; William H. G. France DODGE CARS & TRUCKSLocatccl'Qn

FOR BEAUTIFUL S{.,'" Daytona Beach; William D.Bishop .
wedding photographs -
Orlando; ,P. Scott, Under,
call or write:Jim Allff Lakeland; E. Penn TalIaferro, Jr.,

Photographer, 9442 Bloomfield Tampa; George' EL Tornwall,, St
Drive, Lake Park Florida. No extra
Petersburg; John T. ':Beckett, Ft
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l for ..
charge mileage. Telephone
MyersgJosment; Mootfy: :Miami; 1'
848-3345E x... Sept 24 pd. andjlerbert Savage, &iamLAt .; ; '" j. 1 : :':

NOTICE-I, 'James T.:Smith, win ;: "large'members Include. Richard 'a E.18 Main .St.--Across" '

not be responsible for any debts D. Pope, sr. chairman of the .' ''' :. -. 1.'t ..:from. Rjnkcr -

1" made by Doris :Marie Smith from board of Cypress Gardens, and S. ,;''M .. ':." .: ,' ...!',....J' .,
I the date of August 30, 1965. Sidney Raffel, executive directorof
S11pd.I.I the Carillon Hotel of Miami
Beach.
I |j FOR SALE 1957 Chevrolet Bel < .
.1 :Y Air. 2-door hardtop, V-8, standard ------------- ,

I shift radio and heater. Call fl\1'.1\\ ,f I.l\1! "!'7\1117\f'N'! '7\lifl"lm! DEAR PROSPECT:
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924-7340 Pahokee Sept lOe

i WANTED: Full-time rodman and This is cordial invitation
THEATRE a to to
1 << chairman for field surveyingcrew. PRINCE you drop by our

.; eon Engineers. Call for ,appointment Inc. 833-9621 Hutch-in PAHOKEE, FLA. new place of business in Pahokee and see what we haveto

.j. Palm Beach or 996-3427 in Belle .
Glade. 1 offer in the Dodge Car and Truck line. We feel sure

SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY I'you'll
WANTED Exeprlenced civil engineer be with what in
draftsman or will train SEPTEMBER 19-20-21 happy you see our handsome new

qualified apprentice draftsman In "THESANDPIPER" building just'recently
I completed.
;.. surveying roadway structural and

.other fields of civil engineering .
.vj drafting. Call for appointment
'. {'/ 'lllutcheon Engineers, Inc. 833-9621 ELIZABETH TAYLOR AND -WALLACE BARNES

'.1 .;. *yin-.Palm Beach or 996-3421 in
RICHARD BURTON
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a. m. .unta,fc prin...Betty Ann I. -.-;r, ro- .rtliletii.1MN.,I ld+ .1.- 7
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Various Tests To Workshop Planned

At Hospital Sept. 21

Be Given Children
The first session of a aeries of
workshops In Respiratory Diseases
>.l 0. Attending School For nurses and By nurses will beheld
rN.w at Everglades Memorial Hospital
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Pahokee, Tuesday September -
Thousands of Palm Beach Coun 21 from 7:00 p. m. to 9:00 p.m.
ty school children will undergo The theme of the workshops la'Breath
regular routine testing September "' of Life". AU nurses in the
27-October 8, it is announced by Glades area are urged to attend.

Superintendent Robert W. Fulton. Anatomy, physiology, sympto-
These will be the California mology, treatment and nursing'
short form test of metal maturity,
".rr, 1 care of emphysema, bronchitis,
for fourth grade students; the pneumonia, cystic fibrosis, and
California achievement test, grades I' other respiratory diseases will be
four through six; the Stanford presented by nurse teams from
achievement teat, grades seven general hospitals, Southeast Florida
and eight, and the school and col. I I Tuberculosis Hospital, Visiting
loge ability teats, grades seven and Nurses Association, and County

wo ten.Three Health Department
other groups of tests were The workshops are sponsored by-
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begun on September 13 and will be the Palm Beach County Tuberculosis
concluded by September 24. They and Health Association, Florida -
were the Metropolitan Readiness Nurses Association'' DistrictsNo.

Test for first graders; the Call* 9 and No. 40, and the Inter-
forma short form test of mental organizational Committee of tha
maturity for second graders, and Florida TB and RD Association
the Metropolitan achievement and the Florida League for NursIng -
eat for third graders. .
Differential aptltute tests for .
grades eight and eleven will beheld
countywide between November Season Of PrayerBy

DART FOR 1966-Dodge offers 20 models for' 1966 in the Dart line, largest of the 29 and December 17; and the
compacts. Featuring bold new styling and a number of saetyand convenience innova' Florida statewide ninth grade testIng Local BaptistsThe
lions, choices include station wagons, sedans, hardtops and the sporty Dart GT program hall been scheduled
Convertible, shown above. Front wheel disc brakes are an option on the 1966 Dart../ between September 20-24 while
the statewide 12th grade testing Canal Point Baptists will
-' .. ,. program will be conducted between observe the Season of on
PWZT T;:: : .f' ; : Prayer
," >, """ October 1 and October 29, Tuesday, September 21, at 11:30
.t. : "" Superintendent Fulton. said. a. m. The featured speaker will be
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I IK -4. Mrs. Ruth Bagwell, state Y. W. A.
K Revival Planned By director from Jacksonville. Mrs.
associations O. A.
H. C. Danner,
Baptist MissionThe director and Mrs. J. J, Cater,
assoclatlonal Sunbeam director,
Pahokee Baptist Mission will also be on the program.
K s plans a Revival the week of Sept. The meeting will begin at 11:30:
21 thru Oct. 3. The meeting will' and a luncheon will be served at
be held at the Pahokee Woman's 12:00: noon in the recreation hall
j Club each night at 7:30: p. m. Rev. of the church.
Jimmy Creel, pastor of the Mls- The program will be under the
lonary Baptist Church in Chosen, direction of Mrs. W. S. Cross, W.
will be the evangelist. M. U. hojtess, with Mrs. O. T.
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Echols and Mrs. Charles. Brown,
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NEW SCHOOL TEACHER social chairmen.
Miss Ava Sue Herold joined the Wednesday night at 7:49: the
faculty of the Pahokee Element- church will also observe Season
ary school Monday, Sept. 13. Miss of Prayer for state missions.
Herold, who served as fashion co- ..
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ordinator for Maas Brothers in Mrs, II. J. Anderson U at home
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Tampa, will teach the fifth grade* following a two-week stay In Doctors

I She >resides' at 2409 East.Main1' St. !/ Hospital,. Coral Cables.
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FARM FAVORITE-The Dodge D-100 Sweptline is a versatile vehicle now availablein .nit'. .
two wheelbases with maximum gross .vehicle weight rating of 5,200 pounds and
maximum payload of nearly 1,700 pounds. It offers a choice of Slant Six or V-8

engine. The new 128-inch wheelbase offers excellent weight distribution for camper use. i
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Betsy's Lost Time and April and custodians"Maintenance who worked personnel Lodus.Gray Named

Sept 7 and or Sept. 8 will receive

Will Be Made Up By ranaged compensating through time their off to immediate t>. ar- Worthy AdvisorjPahokeeRainbows How to

superior and Maintenance Direct collectpictures
Schools In CountyAll or Ralph F. Brown" Superintendent J
Fulton said. 1'
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students in Palm Beach HOME FROM CAROLINAMr. i Monday night the Pahokee Rain- \ of Presidents
County public schools will be required I bow Girls held their election and
and
and Mrs. Lee Wroten
to attend schools on Oct. 8 named Miss Lodus for f ue..and
Gray
Worthy
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family returned to their home Sat- 4
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aad April 22 to compensate for the u. ra .
two.,days schooling. lost on .September urday following a month's stay in Advisor. Miss Anne ut- '"' freedoi3 -
7-8 due to"hurricane Beby. HendersonvUle, N. C/Mr.. Wrofen.( going worthy advise*.. pesldef at \.t'
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This will amend the 1965-66 land where he will"be buying' citrus Sandy Weeks, associate worthy r

school year calendar which had for several weeks. advisor; Miss Gloria Hall, charity:

previously set aside Oct 8 as a .. I Ruthelle Vandegrlft, hope and Caen of the seven denominations! of 8 erles E 9a.ings
conference day, and April 22 for --- 'Pam Ursry, faith. f Bonds shows a different President of the United States..If
closure,of the schools because of All appointed officers will be you're Interested this kind of art,the seven make a nice .
the state meetings of the Florida ALL SEWING MACHINES AND named at the next meeting and Installation collection.
Education Association, and Florida VACUUM CLEANERS services will be conduct- Along with the hobby, Saving Bonds offer such extrw
State Teachers Association. These REDUCED ed at the time, September 29. It as rfak1tlslny..Ullr'J3%% more money at maturity, and
changes have caused eleven adjustments was decided to hold parties at the financial freedom for your future.
In the previously published Brand New SingersIN homes of the members to promote But then are other kinds of freedom tied la with your
school calendar.AdministraUve tho sale of Christmas cards. purchase of Saving Bonds. Freedom to speak your piece,
I instructional and CABINET WITH BEWINO Plan were discussed for the choose your job, and own your property, to name a few.
office personnel will not be required BENCH, BUTTON HOLE AT- godfathers banquet In November. Every Bond you buy helps our government further the
cause of freedom everywhere the world teda,.
TACIDIENT AND SEWING heard the annual \ .
to make up the two days un- Reports were on Why not start collecting U. S. ---- -- -- ,
BOOK. ONLY meeting of Grand assembly In
avoidably missed due to the storm -
Savings Bonds now? Only $18.75each ;
all school department, department $99.95WIITED June, the founder's day picnic In for the George Washington : ;
\heads and principals have been in- July and the district meeting In variety, at your bank or on PI's.
formed In a bulletin issued from TIME ONLY August at which time the grand roll Savings where you work. ...-'
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the office of Superintendent Robert worthy advisor was present
,. W. Fulton. GLADESMERCANTILE A courtesy program was presented Keep freedom In your fufur with
) The need to 'get the Job done' honoring the Mother Advisor -

j .will result in these personnel work- Mrs. Marie Hughes at which U.S. SAVINGS BONDS
CO.
j ( lug extra time and this will com- time she was given a scrap book
said. entitled "This Is Tour Life" with
;pensate the superintendent ZM 80. LAKE AVE. Ye. VJ.I'riday .H_.'". iHe M, f.,I 1.. 1A. e4.IIft" :
Cafeteria personnel and school Mrs. Hughes' name and the orderof ....,... ".....,.D.,.,..,., Cb. ,.. 4'.1ma' Q....i
bus drivers will compensate for FAHOKEE PHONE 924-5597 Rainbow seal embrosscd on, the. .wa'. 41w nev.I./N 1.I Yd.StW44 La4Hsw. @

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I. Ir Mews ;The Churches:: .1 1r ( ) hostess Circles And Mrs. Elect,James to the In Betty}L Meets Officers Wilkinson Mills circle was at :& .


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which time officers were elected

St. Peter's Lutherans First Baptist Canal Point for the year. Mrs. Guthrie Colvard
Mrs.
gave the call to worship and Mrs. CpL and Charles Humpn-
'Church, Belle'Glade Church, Pahokee Baptist Church Wilkinson presided at the business rles of Lake Placid announce the .
meeting. Community mission pro- birth of a daughter, Heida Patrice

:August Koerbert Pastor ,Guthrie W. Colvard Pastor Lawrence Stewart, Pastor ject for this month will be dona- born August 29.
"..,601!W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade. SUNDAY'' SUNDAY: tion of new or used clothing for a .
:SUNDAY: 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School needy school child. The clothing is Charter Members
.1'Divine Services 11 A. If. 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship to be left with Mrs. Marvin Crady
School 9:45 A.: 11i 6:30 p. m.-Training Union 6:30 p. m.-Training Union for distribution.The Local WSCS HonoredThe
: i 7:45; p. m.-EvenIng Worship 7:30 p. ttir-Evening Worship October: meeting will be held
First WEDNESDAY: WEDNESDAY: at the home of Mrs. Carl Bennett Canal Point WSCS celebrated
Baptist 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service 7:30 p: m.-. Prayer :Meeting' with Mrs. Bill Shirley In charge of their 25th anniversary at the
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'Church, Canal Point .i the program. home of Mrs. O. H. Sheppard
The Methodist Church St. Mary's Catholic The Lottie Moon circle met with Tuesday night. The new presidentMrs.
Rev. James. Harrison Mrs. J. C. Mock Monday afternoon Elmer Maxson presided at
SUNDAY: Canal Point, FloridaEdward ChurchFather co-hostesses were Mrs. Morgan the business meeting and a spiritual -
:9:45 a. zn.-Sunday School Mullis and Mrs. Bill Unwin. Mrs. message from the WSCS conference -
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship F.: Norton, Pastor Francis Penned, Pastor Mock 'gave the call to prayer and president Mrs. C. D. Johnson -
"6:30 p. m.-B. T. C. SUNDAY: Sunday Mass- 11:30 a. m. the program was presented by was read entitled "A Look
7:30 p. m. Evening1 Warp 9:45: 'a. m.-Sunday School Confessions before Mass Mrs. Attaline Wroten assisted by Bbrward".
''WEDNESDAY;' 11:00. m.-Morning Worship I JJ -- 'Mrs. Joe Thompson and Mrs. F. G. The program was presented by
'7:30 p. m.-:Midweek" Prayer 6:45 p..m.-Evening Worship Church Of Christ Gillis. Mrs. Pope Sears assisted by Mrs.

i Service... TUESDAY: J The,nominating committee pre- Boyd Vorhees and was related to
800 p. m.Woman's Society1st 125 N. W. :Avenue: D sented the following slate of officers the 25th anniversary. Mrs., John
Holy Nativity TuesdayWEDNESDAY Phone WY '6-3887 for the new year; Chairman, Harrington was recognized as a
: ,Belle Glade, Fla Mrs. E. ,B. Gamble; co-chairman charter member of the Ladles Aid
Episcopal OhurchPabokee 7:30 p. ,m.-Prayer Meeting: SUNDAY SERVICES Mrs. W. A. Stevens; secretary, which was later to be renamedthe
.d. 10:00 a.'m.-Bible Study Mrs. Marvin Crady; program, Mrs.J. : WSCS and she was presentedan
) South Side ChurchOf 11:00 .. ra/ ;Morning vyorshlp C. Mock; prayer, Mrs. Jqe orchid corsage.
Rev. William Pickets, V1ei r 7:30p.; m.-Evening Worship Thompson; stewardship,(Mrs. Ad- Charter members of the WSCS
SUNDAY Christ WEDNESDAY I Aline Wroten; children home, Mrs. wre also recognized. They were
8:00 A.:1J.=Holy CMttmualoo: 7:30 p. m.-Bible Study W. A. Keen; social, :Mrs. Paul Mrs. John Harrington, ''Mrs.: Earl
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Belle Glade across from Watson fund Mrs. Bill Un-
t ; love Maxson, Mrs. Bill Erickson, Mrs.
:First Methodist Bowling'Alley on'Rd. 80 Elizabeth K. Willams win; mission study, Mrs. Morgan A. R. Harrington, Mrs. Boyd Vor-
10.00 a. m.-DIM* Study Mullis; community mission, Mrs. hees and Mrs. Edward Norton.
Church, PahokeeJohn 11:00: a.'m.-Morning Worship Weds Kyle Scott, Jr. F. G. Gillis; transportation, Mrs.J. All past presidents were recognized -
6:30: p. ro.-Evening.Service --- C. Mock. and presented with a miniature
A. Briley Pastor 7:30 p. m.-Wed. Blble"Study! Announcement has been made of The October meeting will at the hibiscus corsage bearing a streamer -
SUNDAY: ... the recent marriage of Miss Eliza- home of Mrs. Joe Thompson. with the year they presided.The .
9:45: a. m.-church School laid
refreshment table was
Pahokee Baptist beth Kay Williams, daughter of
11:00: a. m.-MornIng Worship RETURNS TO W PALM BEACH with a lace cloth and featured a
j 7:45 p.: m.-Evening Worship MissionRev. Mr. and Mrs. I... Bruce Williams, Mrs. Nellie Rueter has returneded crystal punch bowl entwined with
--.-.-.i 360 SE 3rd St., Belle Glade, and
to her home In West Palm silver fern and white hibiscus a
Church Of God Horace Burgner Kyle Pershing Scott, Jr., son of Beach following a stay in Ever- special sheet cake decorated with
(Meets at the Pahokee 'Woman's Mr. an4 Mrs. Kyle Pershing Scott, glades Memorial Hospital treat- 25th anniversary: and roses was
'Barfield HighwayPahokee Club) 165 Greenstar Ave., Pahokee.The ment injuries sustained In a fall served by Mrs. Glenn Powell while
SUNDAY double-ring ceremony was suffered at her home. Mrs. Reuter Mrs. John Harrington presided at
Fla. 9:45 a.'m.-Sunday School held In the chapel of the Lafayette was accompanied by her sister and the punch bowl. Mrs. C. L. Stuart,
A. L. Stone, :Minister 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Street'Metliodist Church In brother-in-law, Mr. and :Mrs. W. S. former president and charter menbet -
Phone 924-7363 6:30: p. m.-B.T.C. Dothan, Ala., Saturday, Sept. 11, Cross who are expected to returnto was a guest.
SUNDAY. : '7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship at 2:30: p., m., with Rev. John C. Caanal Point this week. ... .
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0:45: a. m.-Sunday School WEDNESDAY Carmichael presiding. >,
11:00: a. m.-Morning ,Worship 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer The bride Wore a one-piece Mrs. Maxine Joyce has returnedto Delta Air Lines
7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser Service white street-length \dress, semi- her home following a visit with
vice'TUESDAY .. princess style, with a deep inser- her son and family, :Mr. and Mrs. Has New Record
: The tion of alencon lace bordering the Taltoif Joyce In Vero Beach. r
," 7:30 'p. m.. --Youth for Christ Pahokee Church skirt. Her headpiece featured a MIAMI-Delta Air Lines flewan
."'1 Service > Of The NazareneRev. I mantilla of chantilly lace and her I, NOTICE all-time monthly record of 400-
"tafiy ornament, was a simple drop 'NOTICE is hereby given that it 240,000 revenue passenger milesin
I The Church Of God Willard Kllpatrlck I pearl necklace: II I Is the Intention of the undersignedto August. A revenue passenger
433 Bacom Point Rd. I The bride graduated from Belle engage in business enterprise mile is one passenger flown one
Of Prophecy, Pahokee Phone 924.7528 p, O. Box 882 Glade with the Class of 1964. The under the fictitious name of mile.
Rev. S. N. Allen SUNDAY SERVICES: bridegroom graduated from Pa- GLADES TRUCK STOP locatedat The previous monthly high was
> 2500 E. Main St. 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School hokee High School In 1960, follow- 3511 East Main Street, Paho 378 million recorded in July 1965.:
i:;i Pahokee 11:00: a. m.-Sunday Worship ing which he served for two yearsin kee, Florida. The nature of said August's total was an increase of
6:30: p. m.-Juniors the U. S. Army. Both are now business to be a Service Station 25,4 per cent over the 319 million
,t,' 7:00 students at Palm Beach Junior and Restaurant, and we intend to miles flown in August 1964.
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;t 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service Evangelistic Service College. register said name with the Clerkof In Atlanta,where Delta maintains -
7:30 p. Evangelistic WEDNESDAY: Following a brief honeymoonspent the Circuit Court of Palm Beach general offices, the air line
f,> Service 7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer at Panama City, Mr., and County, Florida pursuant to Sec- passenger boardings,for the year
8:00: p. m. Tuesday-W.M.B. meetlnlg. Mrs. Scott are now at'their homeat tion 683.09, Florida Statutes. topped one million on Aug. 25, ,.
8:00 V.LJ3. "Where but 3127 7th Ave., Lake Worth. ,DATED this 23 day of August, reaching the milestone almost two
p. m. Thursday- you are a stranger /' .
Everyone welcome. ''special once"WSCSInPahokeeln .4IKr. i 1965. months,sooner than In 1964.C1ASSIF1ED .
music and singing. ... and Mrs.'.Walter Hensley of GLEN O. HATFIELD "i i .- .
I .:' Louisville,Ky.:, 'were the: recent KYLE HATFIELDPub. ADS PAY
,4 guests,guests of George'Klnfipbjey.: .: Aug. 27, Sept.3, 10, 17, 1965.. 'BICl DIYIDEIfDS
Glades Baptist Church

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;Meets In Pahokee Lions Club I .J. L. Reeves presided at the I a
BuildingSUNDAY Pahokee WSCS .business) meeting
SCHOOL 9:45 a. xa.PREACHINO which was held at the church.. '
... -11:00. : a. xa. 'and Tuesday ,Sept '14. On,reoommen 1 Dreauus BecomeRejality
f & 1:30 p. m. daUop from the ,executive, board ""
.' ASUNDAY,a Y.F-6SO p. m.WED. the members voted that thei membership I;
.. PRA"YER-7:30 p. m. chairman pf the WSCS be :
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deceased members on tho",,WSCS I e
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they FINANCES IT!
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.:, The Faye Taylor-,circle and the hold:the the West spring Palm district Beach meeting district to in' Dream no longer :I Everglades Federal Savings .'provides '

'f Grace Jernigan circle' ot the Pahokee 1967.Members financing that says "go ahead" NOW 1 Home
First Baptist Church met at
'were''ur ed to attend
8 p. m. Tuesday'night'Mrs.' Charles the workshop at Wagg, Memorial buying is made easy for you with liberal J, low cost loans '

I .ll Angel waj hostess to the Hatfleid Faye; Methodist' Church on September .'.up'to+and a loan,,period.up 'to 25 years. Yours will be
: Taylor with Mrs. Kyle 16.Mrs. Reeves asked members
presiding. :Mrs.'Gene'Gore presented who'had 'a preference a job in tailored to 'fit smoothly within your income and circumstances -
I the program. the WSCS to contact the nominating
with monthly- payments bringing
Two new memberaE Mrs. LoU committee and she announcedthe easy you
White and).IriJ. A. Guthrie were spiritual retreat, at the Metho- closer to debt-free'home, ownership! Nice? You said it
I welcomed. The October meeting' distr camp In Leesburg on October:
why not come in today!
Wil be held at the home of Mrs. 26 and 27th, the cost will be S4.50 .
Ray Hawk, Jr. I Those planning to attend should
Mrs. Mary Hammond presided :notify Mrs. Lewis Davis. The pro 'INVEST IN A NEW HOMEEVERGLADES
at the, Grace Jemlgan circle which gram "Accent on the Positive"was
met at the home of Mrs. W. 'M. I presented by Mrs. Reeves with ,
Dubose. Mrs. Leland Keene presented Mrs. John 'Hatton presenting the
the program assisted by devotional The attendance pin : FEDERAL:
Mrs. Mary Hammond, Mrs. Frank was awarded the Gertrude Shirley ." .
Thompson,Mrs. H. C. Graham and I circle. I;
Mrs Dubose. The October meeting 'Savings Anft r 4i an,, Association I

\ wllTbe held it the home t.J.In: I FALL BREAKS AB&fMrs. < \ 'AOOODIV'I'311. 9URED fI>t'' .'SAI. Tp9((112 !LOAX D1St1ILUl_ O@R'_ I In.
.. Frank.Thompson. I' .. Frank, O'CqnaeU of Canal '
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.Point 'fall from ,'Herback doo* = lade
CLASSIFIED. ADS PAT'BIO&IVIDENUa Tuesday in*sustained a broken. .
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( Officers Who Will ing was one of the largest meet-I mental health; r Church ElectionIs be elected to serve throughout '

held at the Canal Point Mrs. Stanley Hooks, member-.I church year beginning October 1,.
t' Operate C. P. PTAMrs. Other officers for this year I: chip; Mr. and Mrs. Jim GifforJ Set For SundayThe 1965. r .
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be, Mrs. Stanley' Hooks, vice pres.. Carr, publication; Mrs. Ken sidered and terms of service on a .
: Lawrence Stewart, new Ident; Mrs. Guy Thompson, secretary -. neth Resmondo welfare V and Canal Point Baptists will
president of the Canal Point PTA ; Ralph Duran treasurer; lunchroom; Mrs. Pauline Barrett, elct their church staff this Sunday rotating basis will begin. At the
announced this week that all 70 Mrs. Alma Burr historian; :Mrs. hospitality; Mrs. Paul Maynor, morning at th3: close of the same time the pastor will announce
i PTA membership cards have been Mlldrick Larrlck parlimentarlan; room representative Roberto morning worship service. Some 127 to the congregation the deacon
old and more have been ordered :Mrs. E. H. Walston, study group; Arrleta'f'devot1ons and Mr. and I officers teachers, leaders sponsors nominees voted by the church last
f' ahe also observed that to her Ralph Ruran budget, health and I II Mrs. Don Harrington carnival. I I department superintendents Sunday morning.

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