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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 17, 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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20PatientsMoved!\ I Promotion Day For HIGHLY HONORED Indiantown Child State MissionsProgram

Pahokee Baptists ... a First In HospitalThe

To .New Hospital Held Here
Sunday Sept 26, will be promotion 1 first child born in the new
day lor the .Sunday School of Pahokee hospital after the Moors
'EyfirythmgJsA-OH! the ,First Baptist church in Paho- were opened and patients moved in By Local Baptists
ke. All classes are working for Monday afternoon put in her ap-
100 percent ,attendance as special pearance at ten o'clock Monday
.Monday was moving day from recognition will be given to these f night when Mr. and Mrs. Jack The Canal Point Baptist Church
the .hospital to the .brand new service. observed the annual State Mission
classes during the worship Woodruff of Indiantown became
million dollar. Everglades Memorial Sunday School classes begin in the the parents of a six pound three emphasis Tuesday September 21,
Hospital located on' BarflekJKtglxwaY. beginning at 11:30: in the sanctuary
nursery with bed babies and run ounce daughter. Dr. R. L. Hatton
..J. C. Simonds administrator through adults with a total enroll- ar brought the youngster into this with a.devotional by the pastor -
that 20 w and the call to Mrs.
Mid yesterday pa- prayer by
ment of 508 at this time. world amid bright and shining
bents were moved without mishap .. .. first time J. D. Latham. Those names listed
equipment used for the
and lhat call were safely tuck: ro b In the new million dollar Everglades 'I on the call to prayer were pinned
into iheiri>cds in the Institution Retread Job Bids r i Memorial. hospital. against a white backdrop and arrangement .
in less than three hour after the I .. of purple flowers.
move started at 1 p. m. The luncheon then began in the
Called For 28
Just recently the sewerage was Sept. Delray Beach Next recreation room of' \the church
linked and everything Is in full ,
up where the room was decorated in
operation to care for the hospital, For Glades RoadsBids GEORGE H. WEDGWORTH Blue Devils' List purple and white with interest
Mr. Slmonda said..
Belle Glade II centers representing the depart-
It is hoped by hospital cfflciels ments to receive allocations from
'Chat everything be moved wouldbe on four construction Jobson Win Opener40-0 the State Mission office.

in its place In the new hospital This roads In the Glades are being Geo. Wedgworth' -_ Miss Ruth Bagwell, Florida Baptist ,
by sundown Wednesday. asked for by the State Road Department Convention Woman' Missionary
schedule was te be carried out:Mr. Pahokee Blue Devils travel to Union G, A, director, the
and will bit received in Is Named President I was
Slmonda aaid. Tallahassee on Sept. 28. With the I I Delray Beach tonight to meet the I featured speaker along with Mr*.
Only avery few things wereanoved and I exception of one Job at the prison I I team representing that high schoolin J, J. Cater, Palm Lake Association
from the old hospital farm all of the Jobs are retreads Vegetable Gron" the Devils' second game of the Sunbeam director and Mrs. II C.
among them were the following: 1 of existing pavement season. 'After going I winless Danner Palm Lake; Association Y.
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:X-Ray machine delivery room One of the Jobs starts five miles i through the 1064 season the local W, A director. Mrs. W; E. Schlecter -
equipment operating room equipment east of 20-Mile Bend and runs fora Toe name of Wed ogw rth-held in I aggregation came back strong last associations! W. M. U president ,
Instruments: kitchen. utensils distance of 6,6 miea| to State high esteem in the Glades-had Friday night and soundly trounced led In the Opening prayer.To .
and food and drugs. : Road 7 It I. a retread Job. more honor heaped upon it Tuesday the Clcwlston Tiger by the whopping carry out the theme of the 1
A dietician is on the Job |1n
I new Another contract Will cover 7.1 I in Miami Beach when George '. score of.46,to 0. ,ft. program "Laying Up Eternal
the person of :Mrs. Brill from De- belle' ,of Browns;Farm road and 11.Wedgworth, 36, was elected ''Ce\I"', "'. tOi move. Treasures" the room, was further .
........ ;'. Lam She is a registered teUd\A..1 ember ,pri0Vrun from its intersection with : president', of 'the Florida Fresh+ l .! =l e4 PsJ o'Atei'l"i'ter I .drcorated with pcaletf of Justice. .' 1
'of4h9: American' p .*'"...+ i filtSOto 'Brown.'Tarin.Ou&nJ JaIl I hIr&& *#t&l*rA.
c1 t1oL .. .. will also be in this construction tyf. Wedgworth, a. 'youthful leader I burn and'Jack SherrodTat R..T-1 btitl na. '
contract / 1 ip SouthFlorida*. agriculture, is with Eddie Upthegrove Approximately 65 person were
6,000 Acres Of Corn The 1.1 miles of Avenue E in .president of Sugar Cane Growers with seven unassisted tackles. In attendance. "This' was con Jd...
Belle Glade will come for a complete Cooperative of Florida'aperatlng The Devils moved the ball so r ered to be one of the best state
retread Job under the bidding the Glades Sugar House. well by both rushing and passing mission emphasis programs in
Is Planted Now running from 8R713 to 8R 0. Wedgworth also Is vice president that they didn't have to',punt a Florida," said, Miss Bagwell.
Some construction work will be of Wedgworth'a Inc., a fertilizer single time. I i .. .
About MoreBy done at the prison farm in the way sales firm and Wedgworth Jerry Peacock scored three
4,000 of roads and parking' areas. rust Produce Inc., a produce sales com- times once on a 47-yard ramble Pahokee BankersAt
how much is to be done can not b) pany, He Is general manager and with hU favorite play quick pitch
Saturday night of this week I told from the legal advertisement secretary of Wedgworth Farms from Quarterback John Pell.
there will be 6,000 acres of sweet callllng for bids. Inc. vice president of the Florida Pell' passing netted two touchdowns -' Group Meeting
com: planted for the fall crop according Sugar Cane League and a director as he hit James Tyson for I
to figure released by of- I of the Bank of Belle Glade. I I 20,yards and Keith Padgett for 14. In Ft. Lauderdale.
Hdali this week. Another 4,000 Sen. Jerry Thomas Wedgworth also 1 I. vice chairman ,. while Mike Sanders added another
of the Florida Celery Advisory slaht
acre twill be planted before the slX'polnter on an off-tackle
Committee president of the Peacock kicked four placement Several members of the Bank of
faQ crop is all in the ground, they To Speak Chamber
: Federal Land Bank Association of i Pahokee staff attended the annual

said.Following Hurricane Betsy reports Miami and vice president of the meeting o(Group Seven of the
were bruited about the area 'Commerce BanquetThe Farmers Production Credit 'Association I Baptists Buy Lot Florida Banker Association held
that the fan crop had suffered severe of Miami last ,Wednesday at the Sheraton
damage. Officials have changed lie 1* a past director of the : ForNewPastoriumWill I hotel In Fort Lauderdale. Rupert
annual membership meeting of Com : of
their mind about this report Florida stat Chamber Mock president of the Bank
and that "very little and annual.banquet of the'Pt- (Continued on page 8)) Pahokee, .1s chairman of that
now say hokee chamber of commerce has .... I' Haul In Fill ,
damage" was done by Betsy. group
.. '.,.Some of the top I leaves were..severely been scheduled for the night of A splendid attendance participated -
:: 'Ir..'"' burned on some of.tjrt grow October 12.In the Elkj room with Lions'Top Bras I' ID;she v!Working of. the ..'
.! -_:. 1ig3corn at the'time oCtne Wrreane Bute,,Sctiator"Jerry Thomas;.--of Cana) Point Baptist j churchfncmbrr gath4tzng.vir1 Ui m&Lthfp:300.tIng'ieglsteVe'd *- .,: ;
seems to trsi been Lajw, parifcfaTlfwffeatured fpCak.er tocarCIub : ; have'negotlaled'tne.paf: 'foBrJ-th* Cmeetlnsr.( 'g< '
but ibis a
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1-f The meeting set for< oMock ch* >f-a JDt'on Thfrd": stedt .
? overcome by favorable weather? u .. Jie F'roc4110,'$hokM financial InaUtutioi ,
, ).... '., dab Hatton plans to have'sweet iidgijTames-Tyson of the Magistrate CanaiJPoint: 'as the slt.'for ajneypastorfum : the tj)1JGWJn.tteJdId'a! ?? s
tt corn on the mark within the next Court will be the master of : to be erected in the Mf I with")fro Mockl ,Julius Moon.
ceremonies for the and too distant future. The lot I* 123-
15 to 17 days.Preparation. evening Frank Glllls. Marvin Crady, Karl
the Invocation will be given by 112% feet and I I.located next door : !Bennett Kenneth McIntosh Mrs.
Rev John A. Briley of the Methodist Canal Point Lions Club meetingwas I to the home of Mr. and Mr Joe' OHavene Weeks. and Mrs., Linda of
Work church. Music will be furnished presided over Monday eveningby i P. Parker.A Hull.
by a combo composed of Rich Lions president A. R. Harrington special building and plans .
ard r. Hurt, Jr.,Gary Montoya sea with every member of the committee working on plans and
l For Sunday' School Roger Hunter. club present along with a surprise expect to present them to the Legislator Group
I Success of the meal' is assured visitation. of top bras and members church body at an early meeting.The .
Begins Monday Eve' because it will be prepared under of four other clubs. new" structure will be modem Names Committee
the direction of Frank O'Connell, The visitors were Lion Dlitrlct'I throughout with many conveniences.
steward of the Elks Club. Wives of Governor Bill Brewer of the Fort .
' Sunday leadership preparation the Elks will serve the meat Pierce Lion Club. Deputy District Officials of the church are plan- Study GovernmentThe
week. begins in the Canal' Tickets for the annual affair Governor D. N. Francis of the ning to have 1,000 cubic yards of
i" .. Point Baptist Church Monday are being mailed tor members of Okeechobee Lions.pub, Lion President fill hauled In on the lot before any
.. evening September 27. A staff of the Chamber of Commerce They James Madson, Lion Secretary construction 1* started. Hauling cf Palm Beach Legislative
II '. leaders from over the Florida Baptist may be purchased: at the headquarters Earl Grove and Lions Walt the fill will start within the next Delegation. announced the membership
E' Convention will be in the church for 14 each.PORTRAIT Keller Bud Bowman Harold I few days, it was pointed out by of the Palm Beach Gov-
f.4. to lead this program. --- .+-. Widen. Duke Preffer and Frank church officials. ernmental Study Commission to
r 1 <. "Rev. Herbert McGtamry associated UNVEILED. Hobson of the South Side Lions .1. day. '
-;. with the Sunday School de- Mr. and Mrs. Jose M. Antuna dub, West Palm Beach and Lion Mr..and'Mrs. Bill WhItcomb and I The Committee plan to hold its
:, partment win be leading the two 180 N. Oreenstar Ave. entertainedwith Kyle Scott of the Pahokee LIons daughter Pam, .returned to their first meeting Wednesday, September -
,1. =. church adult departments while a coffee, Wednesday Sept. 22 Club. home in St Petersburg Sunday 29, at 10 o'clock in the County
Bin Earnest minister of educa from 5 to 7 p. m. honoring Mr. Antonio Business was routine with the following a weekend visit with her Commission Meeting Room for the
I .t tins First Baptist Church in Par Seretx'at the unveiling of a club voting to sponsor the 4-H Gob parents; Mr. and )(n. Jack Spencer purpose of organizing and taming
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Stock and Lon,Jon
Mrs. Rupert
VISITS MISSILE OOTJNTKST HOUSE WAmmfQi Eitlt tt were the weekft\t ifuesti f. Her

Mrs: George B. Ramey is the hon I son-in-law and:d gY eft.....M?,and::
McCurdy was j
Iciest 6% Tle% son-in-law and daaighter. Mrs. Annette David b> tIL
\'tt Mrs.
:3.Ir. iCi\cl.'*rrs. Hurh.Miner HLtfnd orcd with a housewarming -pf _*
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%v as- __._ sons at %kle cJ i. tnffi there at her new home;,aBTTKlsiAfct AV* .
til 10 00ih. f f'po and :Mr-l. gett WDerts liave-
ltd Wt also visit her soft .ntJ: Thursday night from 7:30 } : Mr. ,
t" y )! n-r .In. airsr Hostesses were Mrs. LesterHMId returned fr&ta\ k lO-fla( VaoafiOa
ba 1 MrS. fton-TerBiiar and:Mr:.I I spent with relfttltes in no'tMBIbra.
Ratnet CcS .
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\'biTS IN': 7 Mrs. R. F. Hurt presented the I
"'W 'rlc Is t(or'shat,
program *ed-I
,the monthly meeting of the Ve'nV M2-i. A H: Sfteppard left W. Knjp;

Mae Schroder circle Monday morning I nTsday for feotnofe i *, Xla., whfere I KEVLTOR

September 20. Mrs. Robert C.I I She will visit nef mother,, Mrs.
The Rat in Buitdiftk In Canal Point, Florida Hatton chairman, presided at the Hudson who is critically ,iff. Mrs. :-
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business meeting and welcomed her
accompanied fry
SheppanT was
THE LAKE OKEECHOBEB REGION HOME OF
Mrs. Bill, ....Wheeler.. as.a. ,guest.. ststerInrawms.. Clyde' Ctiess'r
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r t 1 E'VE lfi'LAfi 1 1I .g N1W IJ RETURN"TO ORLANDO of ilaplei. I
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derrlng the uJccI{ Week' nhing fcigi 1 ;\v1tl16ut Mr. an& Mrs. J. E. Burn! lelt I s& &ONE bEAkkt RtJ\:
Interruption Every for 40 Years FrTdaJ6r their UoWe m Oriandd VISITORS tS SEEING FLORIDA !

Established Mfrdi It; 192-1 'PabIMM EVery FidAubbcripttmn following a two-week' visit with fOR THE RR3T TIME! I I -
their son-in-aw aDd daughter, )tr.
._ Price X2.00 Year In Advance, and Mrs. Charles Story, and fain I Y Ait R&'m.tT:

TrW.fcverglAdis Nws entered at tA4 Post Office il r. Mrs. Story is recuperating I trY bit khLht: i Q\:

.. HI. CUnal_ -PQintFlorida, as Secohd Class! Matter from a broken foot suffered In i I OR ACREAGE, CALL. "COUS)
recent fall at her hbte.1r4. &1# l i IN Ttrotf.f< ND;'.
Paul Rardln '. Owfter Edit
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Faith S&l&r Will : Lou Lombard and daughters .I p;t1 illdt t&2o'7",
Joint For "
Meeting I of Miami spent this past weekend I f
Wed J. C. Saeeman, Jr. as the guests 6f,)her parents, AIL i xairrii PALM s> ccal;
Two Garden ClubsThe Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Miller In Canal FLORID
the engagement 6f Mike Paing P6mt i v ANM'. Ftbtib0.,.., TO..AIM,
&sse'* to John C. (Jack! ) Sdcemah, ....-... .'<' '''''''' ._ ,..__...1.0............ .,, __. STGbR1N4 C0 IT. I .... ...... _.', .... ....... .. _..... .-
2Mr., is fchnbdHced ty hef parents, Pahokee and Canal Point -- -
foul Saand tio-Hs1 p. 'Safcfer of Garden clubs will hold their first $ # #$ 4 *

Pkftokee. meeting of the year with .a Joint
Faith is' a" native Jf Pahoke*, covered dish dinner on Tuesday,
I where graduated\ : frdih Paho->> Sept. 28, at 7:30 p. m. Husbandsof
tiee High SclWol with' the class of the members will be guests Rex
1953 She tee ?We a B. S. Decree Conyers of the Pine* Jog Conservation -
lit Business tt' Itt Stetson Unlver- Area West Palm Beach, will '
Wile DeLana, Florida, lit 1964. be guest speafter and his tof>IJ will : : Phone 9245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade '
at Stetson, she was1 a: member be on conservation.
of the Delta Delta Delta Soror- -t.\"_ '
SERVICE
SALES
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ity. She is riovfr employed by Rich's Annual Tick 'ts Pei {
Inc.; of AtfatttA 4; Georgia, as an assistant t
meht. buy r to the Wok depart- St. P ete At aatdfium z'' Heating Air Conditioning Appliances *


Jack is the sou of Mr. and Mrs. ST. PETERSBURG-The Aquatarium J jb *4*** *} *

J6hn O. Sacertto bf Lake Placid, marine attraction at St. & A -' _.. .. .. .
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F16rlda. from
Since graduating Petersburg Beach, has annbdnced
Western Military Academy in Alton ]I
the introduction of an annual ad-
Illinois; In 1958, he has been in misfilon ticket which may be used
Hi mess!! with hilt father In Sace- for repeat admissions to the attraction ).

,rtiati' Part and Service at Lake for'dne full year from the -, ,
Placid, PldYlda, Jack is an officerof data of issue.Aquatarium. ,
Placid Lodge 283, F. and A. M.. officials! also haVe ,
a'past officer of Highlands County announced the Introduction bf the r f
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Sheriffs Rescue Unit. "world's highest jumping spotted ,
The couple plan, tq be. matried dolphins.. The two rare peciniens I
on November 20 1965, at the Par have' been resident ::01\the main jt
,hokee Methodist church.. .: :4uariuril; tank" since the' opening '", .

'W. of the attraction last year and ,
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have been undergoing specialized: ., .
Regional Office .
training under the direction of
Proving Success head trainer- Don McSheehy.The .

---..- St.Petersburg Beach Attrac-
TALLAHABStitf!: -State Treai- tion already claims to have the
urer Insurance Commissioner only underwater whale feeding by
Broward Wlllilms says' insurance A female diver.
cdln j any H drfol hdme offices '. .

In Florida are big business. The Many In AttendanceAt at:
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buttness 1ft' Midi WHrfhtng bigger
under a tie* Wfbgfalh &Aftgnd to Vegetable Meeting
brink mire' insurance1 companies! >
Info the iitllLThirteen ; Among the many t persons In,this -: 4. Ft carries ft live>

companies and groups area who are attending the> 22nd ., v ..t ... ii
of companies with. such, offices in anf!:traY convention of the( Florida
}'ioridaipo 1. they' nWt nlonl Fruit and Vegetable Asaoclatidn
than $4fl ntffll6ft A irisWtticd at the Americana Hotel, :Miami vI

.. ,. premiums In.,faitit4ti p'sllcl Beach> tills w.elli, MoVida throfigH
!more than >16'mfltioH fn salaries Friday Are' Mr. [n&' ifrV.: ftdyandcgrift

last year, Wlfllkirti' rtpblrUxl.These _y' Sr./: Mr. and Mrs. Roy I e
ediMlng operdtldn. else V.Md tflt1. JI.: iN. AM'' lid s- '*.r
own and- occuW orth 1it. .>ltr. and Hri Jess "
more than ilB in'1lli iWtttt tsaid. LiWt'ft"'rle Jrf. J and ifh RoSe'riApelifen """'" '.""

:, tftl l WUWf A k k >Sin. JSlSiilll ...._ ... $
.. dens Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hundley.Mr .
and Mrs. ,' Mr
: EdgarWilder
$ ro'1"I 'Qt t lit :-ftttd M....,- ithur..Na/ler;Dir. andMr (: One i ldo\and yoUitar& tfefft Xo match for today's; : }':,.

I Business:Meeting Mr.. and and:Mrs JMn..' Howard William Holman S?: Piumer1.and ...'; ::; perfected Color TV', ponft, waft t \ I ffllasMg half the pleasure TV i unless 1 '
tr.ifr. Luke'Arnold -":' can: bring, gd&
s. It: tl Hrftfattrwas'itdsUss! t6Xi I ft It In lifeliii color. (MbVd yotit old set to the kids *
'iii is i fiWa'tfitt sbrtrW ? at herThuradart !
18b1 8ept it FblKJwIfig BHCTIIDAY PARTY c room, bedroonvor den, for "personal viewing"). v .- VWltn i
a short Inc tifeftttilg presided Ronnie Story celebrated his I .
eighth, with held TV colorcasu aipltty ihJJ taU :'
over by Mrs. Elaine Unwfn, birthday a party youTl have ft .
, the members revealed their secret at the CIty PAtR, Friday Sept. 17. greater choice arid finer pr crama. You'fl enjOy ar ', : r tt 11.

sisters aM Ixcharfgerf gfrts.. Mis.ElimU Blue and yellow colors were carried "million dollar theater" for a penn!'. wdrtlTof elec: f '
" MllMn' fdrraifUfoee out In the decorations and the : ,
tridty. h 'r
per our.
4 resident" now living In :MiaMI, was cake. The fifteen guests attendingwere 4.. ':";' ,10 .
a f rf gfaeai 'THVrje'tiotibrTUt fitting I served cake and ice cream by 3d' tsve1 i't' up aitK tbe Magic 3 nrdte i :'i'j: '
itereo
df ifr I Ronnie's grandmother, Mrs. J. E. ; hi B .
'thb'1oWe
will be at : Lee
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Shirley Burns and Mrs. D. E. Blanken- Arid.1Mry.: Pric i'.th low es t ever, be 'use J'J ; .vs' .
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of
snip.JONZ&&COG61N; tremendously increased \ '
I t. "..l.tlr TI production and cost'F
i.zl. fatting efficiencies. -fJ :
Get Acquainted; Party CIRCLE ,
I The Jones-Stontn circle met I SEt YOUR DEALER NOW .. "
I For Mrs' F Seldes Thursday, Sept. 16, at the home of *Today, the aveiage ( ''r
M'f. .Chariest Mab: n. The pro- price paid per ., .-
14ii. Fi-ani Seldetf waii Honored' gram "The Result; God's Increase"was kilowatt hour for "" _,
J. a with a get acquainted coffee, Wednesday presented by Mrs. A. T. Holt Sunshine Service .. -" : V. : "1
' :, morning Sept 21., at the assisted by Mrs. E. F. Bracewell electricity in them I .. ; 'h:
"" home{ of tier dini, Atr*: HetmknSfagrlH. Mfs.: J. E. Rodger and Mrs. R. T. home is actually .",,j,,, t. ':( '
,'.. Mr. m 'M Srf 18elf h- Smith, president of the WMU. The 31, % cheaper than : ". ttf'
just 10 years ago.FtVlllA .... ,
entf/ lffiHeCt''tA' -afi'oKW 1 wli: re can t# prayer was led by Mrs. J. S. e \1" : I,
fly; Sebl 'ttUf lift pt'd'LS' .of Atiins; \ \v Y*
building 'tl4 'new 'Cftrld,"a- drugstore > .. ', 'i i i POWEI I IIIHftPINQ I I t t i ; f ". ..: : ,
located next door to the Pa- CLASSIFIED ADS PAY .
suns "Oll'DA. : ,
hokee Army Store. BIO DIVIDENDS '

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Ju With Series E Boac the rate turns $18.75 into You buy'E Bonds at 75% pf lace value and the
$25.00 fourteen months faster than the old rate. intee+e .t'accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide
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mature kr just 7 years, 9 months many .
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"j sixmontha.With both JS:and H Bonds the new.xata Ch In what denomination can I buy seriec B and urka "

works out to SH%for,the first yearand balk;thea. H'Bad,?

a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity.4k Ai B Bonds: & ((post $18,75). $GO (coat$3750)), $100 "'

When did the new rate become effective? y ((copt $73.00)yv$20Q (cost. 150.00, $5001 )
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II IIPfRSo.NAl'. NEWS. NOTES I ri, 'i.-3tyf.66 Chevrolet Cab Lads Truck Line FeaturesNew .



Mr. and Mrs. W. A..Stevens had Mrs. C. B. Jones and Alton Jones
as, their weekend guests their I were the Saturday guests of Mr.
daughter, Mrs. Leonard Brown, and Mrs. Charles Jones in Clewis-

and children of West Palm Beach. ton. "'? .

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Earnest spent Frank, Rozelle has returned this
this past weekend In Tampa as the home In Atlanta, Ga. following
guests of her mother, Mrs. Glenn a visit with his parents, Mr. and s'r i'
Lamb. Mrs. Frank Rozelle, Sr.
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Mr. and Mrs. Joe Parker left Mrs. Joe Spanglsr has returnedto t
Friday for Jacksonville following her home from Good Samaritan
several days visit with his par- Hospital, West Palm Beach, following -
ents, Mr and Mrs. J. P. Parker in recent, surgery.Legislator .
Canal Point. .

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levins and Group \

son, Mickey, of West Palm Beach
were the weekend guests of his ,(continued from page 1)
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lev- a Chairman Vice Chairman, Sec-
Ins, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hawk retary and Treasurer.Tha ,
d y rrd
Jr. Governmental Study Com-
mission, effective this month, was
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Walker of created
during the regular sessionof
,Okeechobee were the Sunday. the Florida Legislature for the
guests of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. of
purpose conducting research and
Lee Wroten, and family. '. I study to determine the need, If

Mr, and Mrs Charles Story haveas any, for revision and improvement
their guests his parents, Mr, of county governmental structures,
and O. R. Charleston Including salary structures, fee .
Mrs. Story, of -------
S. C., and his grandmother, systems, functions and operations in Chevrolet' 1966 truck line Is this the chassis or for damage replacement. Other-
Mrs Annie Story, of Jacksonville and to' determine whether effic short cab for many heary-dutf models. Aerodynamical features of the IW line include spew thlte -to *
I iency or"tax saving: can be gained ; for low air-resistance, its short series with payloads up to 17 tons. six new
Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. through revisions of such structures length gives improved load I F adequate driver room and comfort. and several safety items as stanJard equipment..
f Duke Tucker was their daughter, functions and operations.The .
Many .
panels are easily removable for access to The line has been expanded to 366 models
Dr. Dorothy Tucker and Jerry membership Includes eleven -
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: Hicks, both 6f Miami. of the County with various
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business and professional backgrounds HOME FROM TAMPA I and her mother Mrs. Evie Keen der. Mrs. teen remained: Tampato
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communities ty. throughout the Coun- her home from Tampa where she I Keen's daughtv, Mrs. loon Fen- patient ai, Joseph's Hospital

ALL SEWING* MACHINES AND
Serving on the Commission are .
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VACUUM CLEANERS
two of the outstanding citizens 'of
REDUCED 'itll1\I'l'tiT\1'fA1'ifllrITlirTIllr7JD1J i! lJtr1\1'' l' 'ff.ltY\1IJTIt!7\11' Z
the Glades. They are:
Rupert Mock who serves, as
k; Brand New Singers president of the Bank of Pahokee \ '
i and is a former member of the Ai-
{ IN CABINET WITH SEWING vlsory Committee of the 'Palm
BENCH, BUTTON HOLE ATTACHMENT Beach County School Board and

AND SEWING, the Canal Hazard Committee* WALLACE BARNES DODGE
BOOK, ONLY Mrs. Ruth Wedgworth of Belle e
$99.95LIMITED Glade who is recognized as one oiFlorida's
outstanding business
TIME ONLY women and has previously servedas ,

a member of the Board of Pub- '
GLADESMERCANTILE lic Instruction of, Palm Beach ANNOUNCES
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I CO. Preparation Work

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PHONE 924-0391 (continued from page 1)) JC : .*NEW: AGENCY
hokee, will be working with the'young f.. OPENINGIN
I people's department work-

t------------ -- ers.Mrs.. Fonzo Christie, state ap:

wMuWW proved intermediate department
worker, a member of Murray Hill -
! Classified Ads Baptist Church in Jacksonville,
will be leading all Intermediate department i '

POSITIVELY all want ads 01 Mrs. John leadership.Stewart, mother of 'H "

classifieds, as you wish to call the local pastor and state-approved .t,.. ,::PAHOKEE ..
from "
I them, are payable in advance Sunday School worker I from '.
his day forward. Don't phone 'em. Alabama, will b3 leading the conference .. .. ? .
Write it and dr p a dollar bill in for,the junior department ,*"fc f" 'i' :
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the envelope if you want It run staff.' f i "." ,_,
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,once. $2 if'you want it run twice 'j FOR '"
, Mrs. Donald Duncan, Palm Lake ... THE .SALE OF ;
and so on.VHATS' Association Sunday School beginner "I
i, conference leader will be .y
IN THE ATTIC that you
\ don't need A $1.00 classified ad working in the local beginner's department
, n this 'column will probably find Two.other state approved '

you a sale. Just write your ad, en workers from West Palm Beach 'DODGE CARS & ,
dose a dollar and we'll do the rest. will be leading the primary and TRUCKS
(Ehe Everglades News Canal Point nursery conference. The cradle
Fla. roll department conference will be

led by the pastor: Rev, ,Lawrence
FOR SALE: New and Used Willys Stewart
:; Jeepsy Walter Ashley's Garage This program j planned' :under .. .
.:$. In Belle Glade, Phone 6-3058. the: ausplcaa"pf ,the local Sunday '' ')
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School department by
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tit| FOR BEAUTIFUL I wedding pho-s idayv'School uperintnden&j;Perry: ,;. ;Across7-From Rinker

tographs call or write: Jim Aliff E. Hall. ... ..... ...01. ,!lJI'.,.. .t".:' ..#',<.'...-.- ,: ..a. It'.-. ,' ::-.IV a... ,. _z
Photographer, 9442 Bloomflell
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Drive, Lake Park Florida. No extra '
charge for mileage. Telephone BIO DIVIDENDSPRINCE ..
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WANTED Full-time rodman and 117\1Ir7\1I'7YJrTI ll7Ytlf\'II7\11f'f\'t: If'!Ill illiN DEAR PROSPECT:
chairman for field surveying
crew. Call for appointment Hutch-
eon Engineers, Inc. 833-9021 in THEATREPAHOKEE This is a cordial invitation to you to drop by our
Palm Beach or 996-3427 in Belle

Glade. FLA. new place of business in Pahokee and see what we haveto

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draftsman or will train Dodge and Truck line. We feel sureyou'll
SUNDAY MONDAY, TUESDAY

qualified surveying,apprentice roadway, structural draftsman and in SEPTEMBER 28-> 1-8 be happy with what you see in our handsome new

other fields of civil engineering ...
',drafting. Call for appointment "IN HARMS building just recently completed.

Hutcheon Engineers, Inc. 833-9621 WAY"
''w in Palm Beach or 996-3427 in

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_. Clothing Store .on Lakeshore KIRK DOUGLAS

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Clothesline Art" Is -Farm Bureau Week


I News Of The Churches J Jy Displayed playroom By and SororityThe swimmingpool Being Celebrated


area at the home of Mr. and
GAINESVILLE =. Florida's 33-;
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to represent! a Monte Carlo
Peter's Lutheran i1'ltIl t ViU\al 1 Print ciyJo r a1 f .s1d wa1J i chi esp efal- r Wf 'J H & Florida F am

Church, n'ells Gl deV l\nf rtm @ Ui\ptt t ch1xchS 1t" Chapter]y for members, Beta Sigma of XI Phi Alpha Sorority Ut& I Bjjjeuj the annual Federation Farm ,Bureau are celebratfijg Week.

f' and their husbands on Saturday Sept. 1925.: The period has been

August Koerben Pastor Guthrie W. CoJva/4) ?! Wf ii.A.l'' enc, Sted4 T PutnP night, Sept. 18, the occasion being officially proclaimed by Gov.
4/ 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade SUKP4 : : the'first t"social event of the fall Haydon Burns. .
SUNDAY: y' : a. m.-Sunday School 9:4,3 a. m.-Sunday School .eaoXfo the charter.A9 The Farm Bureau Federation
Divine Services 11 A. 1C.'School 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 1 OQ a- m.-Corning Worship- each; wernber Arrived at the has active county units In 64 of the
': 9:45: A'. M. 6:20 p. m.-Training' Union 6:30: p. m.-Training Union she flyen numbered 67 Florida counties. Many of the
... 7:30 party was %
p. g ,-Evening Worship
7:45 have their
p. m.Evening Worship sheet of paper and, crayons} to county organizations
First Baptist WEDNESDAY. : WEDNESDAY 7:80 ; draw pictures and display her artistic own buildings and serve as the focal -
: p. m.-Prayer Meeting
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service the point for farm actlvitieH in J>e
for "clothesline art"show.
Church, Canal Poilt m m ... I .skill area.

>. Rev. James Harrison. The Methodist Church SJ."Mary's Catholic After making the rounds at the The Farm Bureau speaks and for
farmers In both Tallahassee
SUNDAY: Canal 1 :FloridaEdward ] Church casino, guests returned to the sidewalk -
Point. caff for the dinner, Washington and maintains an active
9:45
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11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship F. Norton Pastor father) :Franck} ne nech, Pastor featuring legislative sessions.E. .
6:30 p. ro.-B. T. C. SUNDAY: Sunday >Mass- 11:30 a. m. hi wine and sauce were, iala46? yd vegetables H. Flnlayson, Greenville, te
at tablesCovered
7:30 p. m. Evening Worship 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School I Confessions before,Mass seate4 president of the Florida Farm
.. with red and white tableCloths
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: 11:00 $ m.-Morning1! Worship and member of
Bureau
f and is also a ,
7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer 6:45: : p. m.-Evening! Worship. >> 2hwch0Y lighted with glowing -
Christ the American Farm aboard
J Bureaus
Service TUESDAY: candled to add. a, ;o n,tic touchto "
the of directors.
fcene.Before
8:00: p. m.-Woman'* Society1st 125: N. W. Avenue D the .
dessert course, of
Holy Nativity TuesdayWEDNESDAY Phone. WY 6-3867 cherries jubilee was served, the Cynthia Turbeville i
: Belle Glade; Fla.
Episcopal Church 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting SUNDAY. SERVICES group surprised Mrs. Wilma Alley To Wed D. H. Blanton
I with .
a singing "Happy Birthday"wish. }
Pahokee 10:00 a. m.-Bible Study I _____ **
i South Side ChurchOf 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Plans have been announced fojr
Following dinner husbands
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Rev. William Pickets, View 7:30: p. mj-Uvenlng Worship I the wedding of Miss Cynthia Jane
UNDAY Christ WEDNESDAY Judges of the "art" displayed on Turbeville and Douglas Harofd
the clothesline. Mrs. Ruth
8:00: A. M.-Holy Communion 7:30 p. m.-Bible Study Tillery Blanton, which will be an event at
.4 ,, .. ",von the first prize ribbon and the
Belle Glade across from T, the Methodist Church In Canal
first prize milllion dollars
First Methodist Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 Don Hilliprs Moye in play money-a money. Point on Saturday, Nov. 13, at 8
10.00 a. m.-Blble Study p. m. Rev. Edward F.Norton past
Church, PahokeeJohn 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship To The East Coast On the committee in charge of or, will officiate at the double ring,
arrangements, serving with Mrs.
6:30 p. m.-Evening Service candlelight ceremony. The bride
Boynton, Mrs.
were Frances
A. Briley, Pastor 7:30 p. m.-Wed. Bible Study Moving to Lake Worth last will be given in marriage by her
Moore, Mrs. Valerie Davis, Mrs.
>SUNDAY, : .4. m week after being long-time real..' father L. P. Turbeville.
Ruth Tillery, Mrs. Evelyn Lair,
9:45: : a. m.-church School Pahokee dents of Pahokee were Mr. and Miss Turbeville has chosen &
Baptist Mrs. Eva Spooner, Mrs. Wilma Alley -
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Mrs. Don Hilller. They are now cousin Miss Paula Gall Bryant of
and Mrs. Hlllier.
Dorothy
7:45: : p. m.-Evening. Worship MissionRev. making their home at 302 Cornell Canal Point, to serve as maid of
A' Drive, College Park in Lake honor. Mrs. Linda Hunter of Belle

Church Of God Horace Burgner Worth. Mrs Reba Golden Is Glade, Mrs. Barbara Branch and

(Meets at the Pahokee Woman' During their residence here Mrs. New Circle Member Miss Faith Sasser of Pahokee wine
Barfield HighwayPahokee Club) Hillier was quite active In civic I > bridesmaids. Rhonda Turbevilleand

SUNDAY work and served for the past two Beth Turbeville, small niecesof

Fla. 9:45: : a. m.-Sunday School years as president. of the Pahokee-' Mrs. Reba Golden was welcomed the bride-elect, will serve as
A. L. Stone, Minister 11:00: a. .-Morning Worship garden Club. as a new member of the Ger- flower girls.

Phone.924- 363, \ 6:30 p. m.-B.T.C. Before his retirement Mr. H1Uer trude Shirley Circle, at the meeting Glen Blanton will serve as his
SUNDAY: 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship built the Everglades Memorial at the home of Mrs. E. D. brother's best man. Ushers will be

.. 0.45: : a. m.-Sunday School! WEDNESDAY hospital, the Sanders Building and Sims, Jr., with the chairman, Mrs.E. Terry Turbeville, brother of the

11:00: a. m.-Morning: Worship? I 7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer many other buildings in the GladesA D. Sims, Jr., presiding.Mrs. bride-elect; James Bryant, her
*. 7:30: p. m.-Evangelistic Ser. Service I few years ago be bunt the Grassy ..John A' Briley presentedthe cousin; and Charles Blanton
ViceTUESDAY Waters motel which the HlUlers program, which was based 01 brother of the bridegroom-eect.

: The Pahokee ChurchOf operated for several years before a chapter from the book "Living The program of nuptial music
'7:30: p. m.-Youth for Christ I sellling It. Their many friends. in in Such An Apse. She also gave will be presented by Mrs. Donald
Service The NazareneRev. the Pahokee and Canal Point' area, I the devptionals, using the third Thompson pianist, and T. E. (Pap

.. I will. miss them greatly. and four b verses( ; from the 43rd Turbeville, brother of the bride-

Willard Kllpatrlck \ I chapter of \tye Book of Psalms as elect
The Church Of God 433 Bacom Point Rd. RETURNS TO COLLEGEMiss the tet The reception following the cere-

Of Prophecy Pahokee Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 88- Linda Wilson accompanied : Members were asked to contrib- mony will be in the social haIl of

:. Rev. S/N.,Allen SUNDAY SERVICES: by> her mother, Mrs. Lon Wilson, ute books of trade. stamps, any the educational building of the
.' 2500 E. Main St. 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School left this week for Cuthbert Ga., kind, for the purchase of various church. No formal Invitations are
,, Pahokee 11:00 a. m. Sunday Worship where Miss Wilson win begin her items In the furnishing of the new. being issued locally, but all friendsof

., -- 6:30 p. m.-Juniors sophomore year*at Andrew col- parsonage now under construction the couple are invited to both
7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening lege. Mrs. Wilson will go on by bus in the 800 block of East Main St. the wedding and reception.
10 School
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*>,11:00: a. m,-Preaching Service Evangelistic Service to Hendersonville, N. C, where she They were also urged to support .A
:v '7:30 p. : WEDNESDAY: plans to spend two weeks as the and encourage the young people ofthe WILL VISIT CHICAGO

Service m.-EvangeU.w 7:3J -M da1ee\ Ppye! guest of her hon-ln-law and daugh- church by regular attendance Rupert Mq .k. president of tip

8.00: p. m. Tuesday-.W.KB- : Jp" .. tiY; Ifr., hit Mr* B). QQJotL and k "''' .f wiPWp.. tel- 9 : o,( 'f: a 9kee, will leave late
; ** 6p JL 71 **- daugfetejf for' where he
'17, 8:00: p. m. The ay-V.LJJ.: "Where .you are a stranger but .t Vpefc Chicago
;,Everyone welcome. SpecialOiusic once" > Mrs. Sims was assisted with the will attend the annual convention
and singing. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Padgett serving of refreshments at the of the American Bankers Associa

-Tf "& Miriam Circle Has had as their weekend guest, theiron close of the meeting by her mother Uon. The meeting is scheduled JOT
: $ .,Denny Padgett of Ocala.. Mrs.; Nannie Malloy, co-hostess. October 3 through 6. .
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SUNDAY SCHOOL F.'me 'WrnYit HrWI! Q/ : Dreams Become
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::I Booth. At'Fair. r membership committee, and lirs.assumed t.: 1( .. 1" I f" M:!, 't-\.; lei

The Children's: -Home Society itIw1 !r Dream no. }longer: &J i Everglades Federal Savings provides '-

i Auxiliary met In West 'f w. ':It1M! inemnm\ I I hgg ,financing.that sa. r ,"g9 ahead'"'. NOW Home
Beach, Sept. 14 at the home of as a community mlssioa
Mrs. Spencer 208 Ashwood Road project the making :of.:Mtr4HI e buying is made: easy fob yqi} with Ut raJ lJ low cost l.oans'

and voted to have for their ways picture scrapbooks for the enter- up fe and i'lo f e W4 UJD ,t&2: yfars. will be
and means project a food concession 9t 1'A9 'YI !\etr and
stand at the South OR4r'1 :Ex -. teiloreflft, Ift ? Q.9'\ljl wrap y ujr upme circum-

Fair January 20 thru 29.e, a- bringing
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be a dinner meeting with installation I cle will be at the home of Mrs. to h ? Yosaid it

of officers, husbands of the Bruce Bowe.Garden .
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members will be .uses. Attendingfrom A' . why come

the Glades &w/ Mrs. R, tr Ert Q11'emcl u
" L. Hatton of Pahokei and J tla: T.; I INVEST A NEW HOME '
:v. Unwin, :Mrs. Francis Harris and Club MeetingMrs.

Mrs.. William B. Rhodes of Belle I -

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: Mrs. Frank Catoe, ..assisted by of the club for the fall stasjyy,
And Loan Association
.; '::1! I >J trs. Bill Dean entertained with a Thursday afternoon.A talk on botany '

honoring her daughter Pat- 'Plant World Updated" was AND LOAN
# I. On ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS INSURANCE CORP.I' .
" !. fy her 6th birthday Saturday, given by Mrs. Leo Hebert. Mrs.ft0a .
'" f 3* \St' ( jo:114I : if: Rodgers and Urs. Lee IUUe J;> QJiAA
I JtW Ua41Uonatic.c *cadre were hostesses during the serving

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aerce and a past president of the manager of FFVA which has its Dr. Ford received his award in'I agricultural commodities In negotiations for the Canal Point' School, with
Florida Agricultural Council. headquarters; in Orlando. : recognition of 'his research onspreadingdeelfna I I with public and private Lion Alton Jones appointed Club'
The annual FFVA research disease resulting: agencies. representative.Color .
Roy Vandegrift, Jr. of Canal I
awards Tuesday! in the releasa of resistant rootstocks slides were shown by Lion
elected to the five-man were presented
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