The Everglades news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079910/00196
 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 24, 1965
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00196
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Reelect OfficersAuxiliary Local Students At Carnival PlannedAt C. R. Wetherington $431.40 Per Pupil .

Florida SouthernTwo Head Hospital Board

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Canal Point students an New' chairman of the Northwestern -

Pahokee HospitalThe among class of the new 500-raember and transfer students entering Oct. 30 Hospital Palm Board Beach will County be C.Public ,R.. Palm Beach CountyPalm

Wetherington following the election -,
at Florida Southern College for the of officers at the board meet
Everglades Memorial Hospital fall semester. They are: Plans have been completed by 'ing In the new hospital Mondajnight Bach County's school!
at Jo officials of the Parent-Teacher Association board estimates it will
Auxiliary A meeting require-
Other officers
Sharon Johnson, daughter .oJMr. elected were
the dining room t>t the hospital for the annual Halloween Julius Moon, vice chairman and J. 11.42 mills of local funds to ope-
and Mrs. William Edward
Tuesday night 're- Iected its pres- carnival to be held on the W., Repper, secretary-treasurer rate the schools during the next
ent staff of officers ,to serve for Johnson, Canal Point school grounds on the night of October Other members of the board are two years,'1966 through 1068, It i*
another year: Mrs. Grace Macon John Frederick Parker:: ,son oJMr. 20-Saturday. It Is hoped by Mrs. Alys Okie, retiring chairman announced.,
president; Mrs. Marjorie Lake : and Mrs. Joe Peace Parker,, officials that this year's carnival and J. D. Stacy. Authorization for six of these
vice president; Mrs. :Marian Hat- Canal Point. will be even more successful than ..,.--- 11.42 mills will be subject to the .
ton, recording secretary; Mrs. Pa those of the past November 2 school mlllage refer
Both are graduates of
Margaret FanjuL corresponding hokee High SchoolPaliokee Events will include a grand: parade Blue Devils TiedDelray endum. Most of the revenue raised
secretary; and Mrs. Marilyn Po- of costumed, youngsters followed by local county millage taxes is
teete, treasurer. The report of tha .. .y by judging of each grade for used to finance the instructional I
nominating committee was given the prettiest, most approprate for t Last WeekIn part of school budgets. "
try the chairman Mrs.Alice Spoon- Chamber Halloween, most original and one School tax referendum are hli
other category to be announced. Second GameFoot every two years, but county school
er.It was announced membership Names 4 Directors The parade is scheduled to begin budget are adopted annually. The
dues for the coming year are now promptly at 6:13: and Is open onlyto total nine mills levied to s"l>port
being received by Mrs. Kathryn students of Canal Point School ball reports are to the effect this current 1963-66 school,budget
Rardin, membership coalman the Banquet Set Oct. 12The and pre-schoolen who, If they that Delray. Beach Seahawka involves the voters' authorization
dues being $3 a year for active were of school age, would be assigned had things pretty much their own given at the 1063 rtferedum. Thl.
members; and $10, sustaining to Canal Point School way last Friday night but were year's authorization will be :or the
members re Is also a $100 life annual membership meeting Entertainment booths will open'I unable tq more than tie the Paho- I 1066-67 and 1967-68 school years.
membership that does not have to and annual banquet of the p,- after the judging is completed, : kee Blue Devils by a 6 to 6 score State.law requires county school
be renewed annually for those who hokee chamber of commerce has around 7:00 P. M. and the cafe Lust night the local aggregation boards to estimate their budgets',
wish to contribute to the auxiliary been scheduled for the night of teria will open at a time' to be determined went to Fort Lauderdale to play two years in advance. They then'
J but are unable to actively participate October 12 In the Elks room with later. Nova high school in the local's go to the voters and ask for their
in Its work. The deadline for State Senator Jerry Thomas of Plans are being made to hold a'Mystery third encounter of the present sea authority to raise money to meet
paying dues for the coming year, Lakt Park as the featured jpeak- package" auction around the costs: to' operate the schools.
for both present members and new, er.'The meeting is set for 8 o'clock. 9:30: P. M.and then it is hoped that son.Last Friday night Mike Sanded during the next two years.
members I* Oct. 26. J'or new ,Judgo James Tyson of the Magistrate arrangement can be completed to set up Pahokee's only, touchdownwith Palm Beach County has fre-
members wishing to Join the aux. 'Court win be the master fceremonies hold A surprise, ending to end aUeD4J.nA' a :30-yard punt return and quently not used the full mlllage
., diary, tt Is pointed out the,W act. for the evening and Tjiis--surprise wilt also bo then caught runaway Tom Jones authority given its school board byi'4
Ire membership>> requires 50 boors) UiOkJnvoeatlon'will,bee glreaHby Opened onl/16'Canal l';pynt Scbopletudenti frombehind )a te Inh.. fourth the*voters In' these biennial .
of service In the auxiliary duringthe Rev. John A. Briley of the Methodist and pre-stooler.,, I quarter to preserve the 6 to 6 tie endums. School board chairman
year, while the $U sustaining church. Music win be furnished ( continued. on page five) for the locals. Louis B. Bills, for example, has
member may or may not work by a combo composed of.Richard I' ? .".. Pahokee only managed to cross pointed out that Palm Beach County -
actively the auxiliary, as she F. Hurt, Jr., Gary Montoya and Clubs In the 00-yard line twice in the game, schools have actuality levied
chooses. Roger Hunter. I, once when It scored and again lens taxes than they were author-
President Grace Mason displayed Success of the meal U assured i later in the second period. The sec/ ized to do, during the past two
at the meeting a certificate o: I because it will be prepared under Dinner MeetingOn ond drive across the mid-field years.
good standing sent to the local the direction of Frank O'Connell, stripe fell short on the Seacreat As stated, most of the money
(continued on page 8) steward of the Elks Club. Wives of 46. ; (Continued on page 8)
... the Elks will serve the meal. Tuesday Night Seacrest managed to struggle ty .
Tickets for the annual affair the Pahokee one yard line late in
Work being mailed to members of -Bulb Sale Is
are Light
t A dinner meeting of the the fourth period, but lost the ball
the Chamber of Commerce' 'They
may be purchased at the headquarters I I I Pahokee and Canal Point Garden on, downs.In Seacrestthroughout.
Course PresentedTo the statistics It was To Start Tuesday
for $4 each. Clubs was held at the Canal Point The Seahawks rolled

The four new directors electedby Community Center, Tuesday night tip 268 yards rushing to Paho-
Local BaptistsThe a mall ballot were Louis Collins of members as ByPahokeeLionsPahokee
with husbands kte'i 74, and had nine more pass
Karl Bennett, C. G. (Windy) guests. The covered dish dinner Ing yards than the visitors.
Willis and Joey Alderman. was served under the direction of -. .
Canal Point Baptist Church Outgoing directors include R. F Mrs. W. A. Keen, hospitality chair- Lions made final plan
recently completed a Sunday Hurt, Milton Salvatore; Glenn man. She was assisted by Mrs. Canal Point Club for the,annual light bulb sales for
School Leadership PreparationWeek Powell and Paul Collier. Howard Hobnan, Mrs. Duncan the benefit of the Lions Sight Conervation -

under the direction of P. n ... Padgett and Mrs. L. L. Shirley. 4-H Elects New Set Fund at the Tuesday
Hall Sunday School Superintend- Hibiscus floral arrangements meeting this week. The house to
Z ant. Rev. Herbert L McGlamery, Commissioners were used to decorate the tables. house call for the sale of bulbs will
: associate, in the Sunday.School,department The arrangements. were made by Officers':For Year
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wgin at 0:30 In.
Leo p.
:: -.0; __ of the Florida Baptist ; Mrs. Antonio Moron, Mrs. .
'Convention,'led. the adult and gen- :Annual Meeting lebert,!Mri; ,J-<' ;&! Harrington: !,' ,: OctobetJcThe campaign will be: .-.., '
; : Mrs. a 8..StrlngaH, Mr t Glenn The Canal Point Boys and Girl* the-direction of Tom MarInez '
. -, eral conference.. -: ; ..under ,: : -; : ,
:- ,f' In the other: :department* Bin Honor E. &Roberts ,.Powell_, fcuTMr*; ',*1oyd: fcrlcksbn. 4-irdub; 'met at the fame of.Mr. ,, Glades area?chairman.;..r ,_..' .- ,;
,' Ernest, Minia&r Education at voUow Jt: the invocatlonby Mrs. -and Mrs. Jtoswell Harrington The program under the direction
'. the First Baptist Church, Paho Ie. M. Todd Mrs. Lloyd' Hundlef 'Thursday evening and elected of Duncan Padgett featured a
r kee. led the Young people's conference State Representative Emmett presided and stated the; garden Walter Webb as_ their president: "'buzz" session at which time nv>
; Mrs. Fonzo Christie of Jack S. Robert of Belle Glade was hon club,theme for the year would be Other officers elected for the corning bers were asked to give opinions on I
sonville, approved Sunday School ored Tuesday by members of the "Education began in a Garden", year were Nancy Harrington, ways to Improve the effectivenessof ,t''
office worker from the Florida State Association of County Com 'The nominating committee recommended ,vice president; Patricia Hoyle, the club. tr,
" Convention, led the Intermediates; mlsskmers in their Annual Convention Mrs. Lloyd Hundley as secretary-treasurer; Teryl Echoli, John Pell was introduced as the {
l Mrs. John Stewart approved Sun in Miami Beach at the president following the resignation reporter; Kathy Mason, song student member for the current
day School office worker from the Fontainebleau hotel Mr. Roberts of Mrs. Don Hffller. Mrs. Robert leader; Ross Harrington, recreational school year. John a senior at Pa-
( Alabama Baptist Convention and is senior'member of the Palm Simonson was recommended the leader and county council hokee High School was selected by t
. mother of Rev. Lawrence Stewart, I Beach county delegation and has I post of vice president. The clubs delegate. the faculty to represent the school. J
\ led the Juniors; shown a friendly attitude toward heard Mrs. Jess Elliott report on Activity plans for the, coming Visitors were Lion R. E. Hotard of r
:, Rev. Joseph Knight, pastor of commissioners in sessions of the the progress of the hospital ground year were outlined and record Belle Glade, Jack Milholland of
t the First Baptist Church Green. legislature in which he has served, beautification program. books for individual 4.11 project Miami and Charles Jernigan of Pa-
acres, worked with the Primary During the last session of the Bid will soon be given for the were distributed. A general 4.n lokee.
r leaders and his wife, Mrs. Joseph legislature Roberts was a memberof planting of,frees and shrubs Mrs. club meeting will be held the third J. .
v Knight led Nursery workers; the the powerful appropriations Hundley introduced William Part- Thursday evening of each month.
Beginner worker were led by Mrs. Committee. He was instrumental ington, administrator of Pine Jog Plans were made for the members NEIGHBORHOOD COFFEE
Donald Duncan of the Palm Lake pointing out the need of the stateto Conservation Educational Center, to attend the Sunday morning wore Mrs. F. 8. ,Parrlih and Mrs.,
Association and Rev.. Lawrence provide additional funds for the who explained the purpose and ship service at the Canal Point Jamei.L. Tyson entertained with
Stewart worked with the Cradle counties. plans of the center which Is the Methodist' Church on Oct. 17. a neighborhood coffee honoring
,:tr; Roll and extension departments.On Roberta explained he favored only one of Its kind. Mr. Partin,. 4-H 1'aders present at the meeting heir new neighbor in Rldgecreit
,1,) On Wednesday night Mrs. Alma the tax from cigarettes that is ton told of the college credit In addition to Mr. and Mrs. Gardens, Mrs. Annette McCurdr,
offered at the center an/1 Jfrs. Elmer Maxi who recently moved Into her newly -
r Nail church secretary held a conference collected outside the incorporated courses Harrington were
.. for the Sunday School sec limits to be returned to the ladivldual showed colored alidec of wildHf,i I son and John Causey, associate purchased home at 397 Kismet
r retaries. count]**_f for their own i*. and,nature in Florida.! 1 I county agent ire. ,

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Friday, October 1',, 19C6
Page Two The Everglades New
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New roof line enhance

"- 1966 Chevy II Super Sport Coupe



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Rardin Building In Canal Point, Florida I



the Lake Okeechobee Region Without /
Farming F-----A
Week 40( Years __._ ,-,, ,.,, ,
Interruption Every for :;::T,;:.:' n "' << "" '-- T
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Established March 11, 192.1 Published Every Friday Reflecting smart new lines for 1966 is this riors and instrument panel New sedan and coupe
Price Year In Advance roof lines with restyled window and new:
Subscription $2.00 Chevy II Nora Super Sport Coupe. New body
panels combined with a new extruded aluminum colors point lIP the styling surge a.cleoby' I
The Everglade New Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn grille and redesigned front and rear lamp treatments '64 Chevy II. Chevrolet dealers throughout the
CanaL Point Florida as Second Class Matter complement the sparkle of the new inleVVMU nation will display the new cars on October 7.
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher -------- --
Deacons Named By Canal Point WMU win meet Edward Upthegrove, son of Mr. Mrs. Willie Kemp announced thta
Construct HuseToBeSokiFor 8 has week that her. Happy Hour Kindergarten ,
Tuesday, October 5 at p. m. at and Mrs. Osceola Upthegrove
Local Baptist ChurchWalter of the in Pahokee will be discontinued ...
the home of Mrs. Alma NaiL Mrs. been named student member
Aid a T; Smith will preside at the ,Canal Point Lions Club. Eddie is but that she will continue a
Cross, Arnold Scruggs I meeting. a senior at Pahokee High School. baby sitting service by the hour

and Raymond G: Martin' were ...... ___________ ___ L -- -
Baptist College 1 I elected to three year terms as deacons
in the Canal Point Baptist + 99 { +

The Baptist College house la now Church during worship serviced

under Proceeds construction'front the: saleof the serving Sunday. one The and remaining two year'deacons termsare : ; .
J. L. McCall G. T. Echols Roscoe '
lt asebeing'; built' in: Hidden KeY'jb.t i I
north' of North Palm Beach, Stokes, P. E Hall; Cecil Clark
will go to- theBaptist Collegeitd1ngfuJ'd and J. H. Bordeaux. The entire .
l campaign'This,wasannounced group or deacons and their wives Phone 9245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade .
today by Gen Arm.. win be honored at: the third annual 4
Jtrong, president of Gene Arm- 'deancon's banquet on October 12. 9 SALES and SERVICEs f
Ordination of the will
new deacons
strong Associates, Inc. and offflc- w
ills of the.Colleger campaign. be held in late..October.. .. Heating Air 'ConditioningAppliances 4 f*
breaking1 ceremonieswere *

Chairman held of with the Dr.college Jess committee Moody, I Loons Gray Is New +. :HM, $>! 9 42 >4 ,>4y, y$ >4. r 4 >+.

Dr. Donald EL' Warren executive I . '
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vfee-chalrttianof the campaign, Worthy AdvisorPahokeeAssembly ; --7 ;

Armstrong and James Caster, vice
president of Cenfr Armstrong Associates

The home, Armstrong said, will
'#e- completed h\'teW-' months in Lodes Gray was inducted new -.r..I..
the Itf
; worthy advisor of Pahokee Assembly
miles north of'WortH'Palm Beach. IIIctrIc' I '
16, Order of Rainbow for Gfrls,
Dr. Moody said this will be a
at the installation ceremony held .... ,
rain-aign in'the Masonic Hall Saturday even- S1II'11S
'the college In palm Beach Gardens. ing! with Mary Lee Adams, Jessl! I
"'l hope that other builders will .Barnes, Elaine Weeks Ann Peacock .1I.lr, !
follow Gsn-i's" lead and build-,similar and Beulah George serving on } CHIef"' u.." r .t
the team of officers.
"Baptist College" houses. installing .
Armstrong has been active In Other 'new officers inducted :<{ ." .:r.ri4 .
the college campaign, serving' as were Sandy Weeks, worthy associate '
,North Palm Beach chairman. advisor; Gloria Hall, charity:
The first announcement of the Ruthelle Vandegrlft, hope; Pam .
Baptist College, house was made Ursry, faith; Sharon Hatton, chap II
almost, a year ago; In fact It was lain; Judy Todd, drill leader; Ra-
the first announced pledge, before lena Ursry, loye; Carol Bardin, religion -
the campaign actually got underway ; Arrista Belk, nature; Kay
Hall immortality; Nancy Harrington -
The builder and civic leader said fidelity; Jackie Weeks pa
"one of God's ,greatest blessings triotism; Linda Justice, service; I
to our' area win be lh. establishment Pam Story, confidential observer;
of this new college. It will Debbie Gross, outer observer Deb
foster new growth Jf,raanf fleW bie Culberson, musician; ana Deb.
of our life and: business. bie Poteete choir director. Other !
"There have been many things officers with longer tenure of office i r1

which have come to use in thepast, previously Installed, are Eth '- .* .* '
but none so important as this. This el Johnson recorder; Sharon Usher
college will add long life to the industries treasurer; and Mrs Marie I _
now here, and Wilt bring Hughes, mother advisor. _
hew ones. I"Tlte new worthy dolor has
"We should do everything possible chosen "America the Beautiful" asher
to help make this I college a theme and song while Inofflc:?;
reality." Old Glory; her1 symbol; "Forever Enjoy i tameless, Electric Hinge
Upon completori,, the home will the Rainbow/' her,motto; the rose, ,
too open to the1 pubtto at a special her flower; ,red white and blue'
for the fUll
gfafid opening-taf be announced at her colors;'and for her Inspiration f ,: range
a later datesSpecial from the Scriptures has turn- ." .
111 i .<&> ed to Proverbs 22:1 MA good ;: cooking! ifeasiirf
Hours For name is rather to be chosen than Lfl
great riches and loving favor rather -
Security OfficeThe than sllvet or gold.' .
nameless cooking is another ttiwartt the
Following the welcoming address step joy of low-cost

social security district office by Mr* Hughes, the mother total electric living. With all its modern benefits, Sunshine
in West Palm Beach, will ,reopen advisor and the Installation ceremony
Mfa from 4SO P. M.to 8:30 Robert O. Lampl, baritone, Service electricity, is also today's biggest bargain. The average ''
P. M. each Friday evening for the "America the Beautiful" accompanied -
price per hour is actually 31% cooper than t
next several months, for the added at the piano''by Ginger
convenience of residents of the Willis. Ann Peacock was in charge just 10 years ago! Five major rate reductions made during
area, R. C. Oehrlcen, social security of the presentation of jewels after
district said this period are saving our cmt mr'J over $27 million a year. {} {
manager, today. Miss Gray,' the new worthy advisor -
.These evening hours,are in addition delivered. her address to the
to the regular 8:30: a, m. to groupi.' rcaflmeSCbgapskate. X .
4:30 p. m. schedule of office hours. Hostesses during the serving of
Monday througn'' Friday" refreshments at the close of the ... r-- "
Gchrken printed wt that it Is meeting were Mrs. R. L. Gray I love it! ;),' -
Wrportant' for many people to get mother of the new worthy advisor
m touch with the district office to Mrs. Jessie Barnes and Miss Ray
take advantage of the health Insurance Beth Gray.
and other provisions of the m .m ; ? See 1M Mwti/ul MfII.A'
ekrtri ,
'1985 amendments to tte social se- WSCS MEETING OCT. ft -- 1fJ1IB -
mor m etyW tutti II
forlty progr M. AKhtogft meat Mrs. Osceola Upthegrove will be Dolor:.loo-c*youropptiaitctdtaltrna
people are abler*vtott' the office hostess to the Canal Point WSCSat ., s,,, .:ie ,; *.
during the day, many find it impossible her home Tuesday, October 5 at s : ,"
to 'do so because of employment 8 p. m Mrs..-W. E. Johnson will. f O.W'ER 4. t- | 5 Hatpii'G TBUItO COli
or home responsibilities. present the program. ? FLORIDA ;: ,: :'

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.Mow does the new 3%% interest rate benefit me? check every alz months for the life of the Bond ,
Jb With Series E Bonds the rate turns $18.75 into You buy.E Borida at 75%. of face value and the '
\. :.. 4(25.00 fourteen months faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonda provide
Your savings'increase: faster, because your Bonds income for. ai the expenses, while E Bonds build a .
\ mature in'just 7 years, 9 months. nest egg> ,for. ( ture. That's; why many retired '.
people hold,It-Bonds and w uellaV1n1 for ,.iJ''
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With Series H Bonds, the 10-year maturity period
L .child's: education; buy E Bonds.QJ I.
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!" months.With both'E: and H Bonds'the.DeW.rate In what denomination can I buy series B and series \' I
works out to.2 U%foe the first'year and half; then H,Bonds? "' .
a guaranteed 4% each:: year to maturity. AiE'Bonds: $28 (cost $18.75)), $50 (cost $37JO), $100
ft What did the new rate become effective? \ \ (cost $75.00)$200) (cost $150.00)), $500 :.
A June 1,'1959 '. $10,000ieost(cost "'$375.00 7500.00 J', $1,000 (cost $750.00), "a Ft"

''t.(..I,t. .. ft Does the new rate change the: Roads I bout be* Bonds: $500, fooo$5.000.and: 10000. They : ", 1 t1, ;,.
& lace June 1, 19'91 are pric d'at. face value. '
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: .. rate? II my Bonds should>< b. lost, stolen or d.. ,1'I'. '..
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your Bonds. You'can't ices Every Bond purchased Is recorded t: ;,"
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by the Ii.Treasury. If anything l appen. to your oj 1. I
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interest --"Buf'them automatic "'-'through the PayrollSavings
< aftermaturity. P1 where you!workThis Plan means you .'..
t With the new interest rate, should I cull h my old can baveteny: amount you'name automatic 1jyde :
Bondt and buy new ones? docted ,every payday. jZbs/JJondaayou.buy by .
At No. The automata H% mcreasa makes (t unnaoessary tastaumonta .ara, ,deJm I .
-and in almost erery case it ia to youradvaaoe Your Jxmk win idea your order for H.Bonds. t,'
\ tape to retain your present Bonds. QiHow do I'heJp l 'strengthen America's peace power j 1 ;;, '
r .., .How ate series H Bonds different from series. B when'I buy U.S..Savings Bonds '
Bonds? At Peace,costs,money-money ,for military strength (I
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Page Four The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday;.October 1, 1963

and Mrs. George) Ramey of Faho-' of: a son Robert Wayne, born
keen and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Graham Sept %3. a '
I I PERSONAL. NEWS NOTES I Miller, Jr., of 'Shelby N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Frank'Rucks
ltiIsIMr Mrs. Ramey Is presently visiting of Okeechobee, announce the birthof
her daughter and family at Rock- : a daughter Sept. 20. _
ledge. Mr. and Mrs., Wflllam Danlal
Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Joseph Rosenberg at Lake Mr. and Mrs. Howard F. Cant- Love of Belle Glade, announce the
Wiley Tlllis were Mr. and Mr.t Worth. rell announce the birth of a son birth of a daughter. September 27.
Charles Estes of St. Simons Is- Mrs. H. H. Hendrix Is a patient Steven Lynn born August 27 at .
land, Ga.,' and Mrs. Lawrence Jau- at Everglades Memorial Hospital and Mrs. Hugh G Miller, Everglades Memorial Hospital, Pa- Mr. and Mrs..Robert Weeks and
don and daughter of Wauchula.Mr. where she underwent surgery on HI, (Phoebe Anne Ramey) of 1041 hokee. children of Miami were the week

and Mrs. J. D. Watson haveas Monday.Mr. George Ave., Rockledge, announcethe Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Edward end guests of his father J., GL
their guests, their son and and Mrs. J. P. Parker ac- birth of a daughter, Ruth Annette Wynn of Belle Glade, announce the Weeks and Mrs Weeks.
daughter-in-law, Ale and Mrs. companied by Mr. and Mrs. W. E at the Wuestoff Memorial birth of a son Lance Edward born .
Calvin Watson of McDill AFB, Johnson were Sunday visitors in Hospital in that city Tuesday, Sunday, Sept. 26 at Everglades Mr. and Mrs. HJ.. Anderson
Tampa. Lakeland where they visited their September 28. The baby arrived at Memorial Hospital. had as Sunday guests Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Alford and children Ricky Parker and Miss 12:20: p..m., weighing eight pounds, Mr. and Mrs. Renza Echols of I Mrs. Paul Jenson and grandson
son of Belle Glade recently movedto Sharon Johnson.Mr. 15 ounces. Grandparents are Mr. Belle Glade, announce the birth Billy Schmidt of Jupiter. .
Canal Point and are now mak- and Mrs. M.J. Sapp had as
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their their cousin ------ ------ --
ing their home at Hooks ApArt- recent guest, --- -----
ments. Mrs. Lurlean Menette of Jackson r __
Miss Glenda ,Tippitt of West ville., r )
Palm Beach spent this past week- C., R. Wetherington returned to
end as the guest of her fiance, his home Tuesday night from Dreams Become
Carrol Watson and his parent: Jacksonville where he had been at- ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. D.'Watson. : tending the annual convention, of I
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson the Florida Funeral directors association '

and son Jimmy returned Sunday at the Roosevelt Hotel. Reality .
from Gainesville where they attended -i Mr. and Mrs. Francis Carraway
the football between accompanied their son Francis
game *
Mississippi State and University of Carraway, Jr., to Mayo Clinic, WHEN ,EFS FINANCES IT! .
Florida.Mr. I Rochester, Minn. where he Ls undergoing -
and Mrs. H. H. Graham ,:>f a sries of tests. Theyare \ Dream no,'longer Everglades Federal Savings pro-
Arcadia are the guests of their expected to return to their
vides financing that "go ahead" NOW Home
son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and home in the next few weeks. says .
Mrs. E. J. Graham.Mr. buying is made easy for you with liberal, low cost loans

companied. and Mrs.by their Altman daughter Morgan and ac- Rambling Riders up to and a loan period up to 25 years. Yours will be

grandson, Mrs. Lois White and tailored to fit smoothly within your income and circum-
Phillip White spent this past week- Elect New OfficersThe
end in Homestead.Mrs. 'stances j' with easy monthly payments ,bringing you

Martha McIntosh has returned 'closertd debt-free home ownership! Nice? You said it
from a visit with her 4-H Horse Club under its
daughter and'family, Mr. and Mrs. new name--"The Rambling Rid- e'.'. why feet come in today!
Stubbs Gainesville.Mrs. .
Sidney in ers 4-H Horse Club' held their first
R. L. Shelly and daughterLisa
of Alachua were the weekend meeting of the new season at the INVEST IN A NEW HOME

guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Max- 'Community Building in Canal
son and Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Hen- Point
derson. New officers were elected for
Mr. and'Mrs. L. J. Fraser and the coming year. They are: President : EVERGLADES FEDERAL

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Spooner,spent Alfred Meeks;; Vice President .
this past weekend In Gainesville Jean Jackson; Secretary Savings And Loan Association
where they attended the Florida- Sharon Simonds; Recording, Sec- ACCOUNTS
Mississippi State bootball game. retary, Ethel Johnson; Treasurer, INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP.

Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gamble planto Ann',Thompson; Reporter, Pat Patterson Pahokee Belle Glade
leave Saturday for Atlanta, Ga. ; Parlementarian, Cliff Sim-
''Where they will 'visit their son-in- onds. .
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. In observance of 4-H week whichis
James Latham. Mrs. Gamble plansto September 25 through October
remain in Atlanta while her 2, a meeting was held at the homeof --J
daughter undergoes surgery next Alfred Meeks. Blue Award cer-
week. tificates were presented to Sharon
Mrs. Jennie McKinstry has, returned Simonds and Alfred Mecks and
to her homo from a visit year pins to Laura Sue Boynton
with her son-in-law and daughter, ; and Cliff Slmondi Posters are to
Mr. and Mrs. ,Earl Crossman at I bo f made and 'exhibited"'this'week.

Plantation.Mr. Work was done on project books
and Mrs. Frank Rosenbergwere and a pot luck supper was enjoyed -
the Sunday guests of Mr. by all members. '
Rosenberg's mother and 'grand- Any person between the age of
mother, Mrs. Betty Rosenberg'and 10 and 19 wishing to join the 4-H :
Horse Club please contact, Mrs. J. / Crv- 1 '
.. ., Two out of three
-- -- -- -- -- C. Simonds in Pahokee at 9245544or rroffic accUenti-and

Alfred Meeks' In Belle Glade at 1 I .i"e" Marly three out of four traffic deaths_ /
996-3878. ., r occur on two-lane road's.Most of Florida' '
Thurmond W. Knig'htREALTOR '
The next meeting will be held at ; ,,,-,,, primary system today ti two-fan and 43
the Glades: Office Building on ''
per cent of it Is classified "poor" or'critical11
October 6 in Belle Glade at which '' '
-:- Y> by engineers.The $300 millions
time a quarter horse movie will be y
shown. w. ,,. .t primary HiflnWoy Im ror.m.ntlm.nd-
'Ij menf pro 4d.s the means for conjfruetina

Mike Sanders New 5 s r, 12<1 miles of new,four-Ian highways on '

: : the most critical' route
Student ;Rotarian ._ _S _

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-0- Mik. Sanders son of Rotary
Past President Robert M. and
WHEN YOU ARE READY TO Mrs. Sanders; was inducted into
the Pahokee Rotary club as student .
OR ACREAGE, CALL "COUS member for the 1965-66 school Motor Vehicle ,rtgfttralions In Florida

IN THURMOND". year. School Instructor John How- have doubled. in 10,yeersj out-of-itare
I .
: PHONEs 844-1S35, ell presented Mike to the group of automobile traffic bas Increased from 2ft

t"i-\ P. O. BOX lU 07,, Rotarians at last Thursday's million cars four years ago to 6 million ; ,, '; r: .
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31 NORTH PALM BEACH meeting. g $ !foday.Ao fefficlenf, smooth traffic flow,tijjVftal .. ,
is round athlete
tf' .FLORIDA '*" ? an infbasket au ball football participating forfpvriim! ...for new business! and r

r industry and for safety. .
and track.. He. la president C of the .... M >

.' _n ._ ___ Senior class.
In choosing recipients of super-
latives the 1966 Senior class named
Classified Mike as the most dependable and
AdsJ the one who has rendered the most
outstanding service to the school Thousands of Floridians face economic
POSITIVELY all want ads ot PRESERVE BUSINESS PROSPERITY! chaos because they invested in tourist-
classified, wish to cat! VACATION t I
as you HOME FROM ', ortenfed businesses along the
them, are payable in advance from Mrs. Jay Rutherford has returned e t 5k Y< roads before the interstate and turnpike; ....;. i
his day forward. Don't phone 'em. from'a two week vacation in "
It and dollar bill in 1111 I! systems were storied. Florida visitors :',
Write dip;; a South Dakota where she was the ; 1t.1.
the envelope if you want it run guests of her daughter and son-in- cannot b. expected to leave a four-lane
once. $2 if you want it run twice law Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Haho. highway to travel parallel two-lane roads ,:* ,' '
and so on.tvIIATS Mrs. Rutherford was accompaniedby that,are both dangerous and slow. n. 4

] IN TIlE ATTIC that you her daughter, Mrs. Verna At- SY -H Improvement Program has been ( .
don't need? A 1.00 classified ad kins and Miss Evelyn Moody bothof a+r' :; t declared on emergency by Go./.HGydon '
Orla;do. While there, they visit- Barns and by the 1965 Florida '
n this column will ,probably find legislature, lt.: I .
you a sale. Just write your ad, en<( ed the National Shrine at Mount which voted.verwh.lminglyin favor of '. "
dose a dollar and we'll do the rest. Rushmore and other sites of In

The Everglades News, Canal Point terest. .. .
CAPT. PICKETl''lSmii ..
t FOR SALE: New and Used Willys i Captain Donald Pickett of Ft. VOTE FOR AMENDMENT NO. 4 NOV. 2
Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Carafe Stewart, G_.. Is the guest of his ,
In Belle'Glade-, Phone,6.3093'< .': :' I mother. Mrs.,1: Edna. ,Pickett for. q 'O"m; 1 MMfh/ t 1 f' l6IM hRft6 ;. -.w-
Oct: 17-M-ch several days. ,
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Friday, October 1, 1965
-..- ___- The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida P C >11IM
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Carnival Planned- -' "- .
Rich styHng.luxury prevail '
:Continued From Page 1) 1966 Caprice and Chevelle Coupes
It is the wish of the Halloween
I Carnival committee
that merchants -
in the area will come forth
with some donated merchandise to
riako the auction a success. Any-
thing from $1.00 up will be greatly
appreciated. Pickup can be arranged
by Mrs. W. W. Smith Phone
924-5473 or Mrs Donald Harrington >. r
."':t I Phone 924-5740. Others on tho
committee are Mrs. Robert Ar-
,, !i rieta, Mrs. James Gifford, Mrs. B.
"t Henderson, Mrs. H. H. Pugh, Mrs. '

Lawrence Stewart and Mrs. A. J S.ujS ...- :

Vanlandingham.- .
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.".,'i( ,I: :'''" "t .' Bill Bailey Is New
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MISS FAITH SASSERThe Belle Glade Mayor

engagement of Miss Faith .

Sasser to John C. (Jack) Sacenu,I Bill J. Bailey,Belle Glade realtor, ::-W })) 'Rki:,, n _,.,,.. _.: _._."':: :, '
Jr., of Lake Placid, was announced was elected mayor by the commis- I
last week by her parents, Paul sion of\,that city in session Mon Two of Chevrolet's newest additions for 1966 with recessed rear window and a 396 S3 Identification
I are luxurious Caprice Custom Coupe (below) In grille and rear core area. Caprice
Sasser and Doris reelectI
P. Sasser of Pa day night. Mr. Bailey was
and the stylish Chevelle Super Sport 396 Coupe. models feature distinctive wraparound rear
hokee. The couple plan to be married ed to the commission at the regular The Caprice Coupe Is destined to be the style limps. Along with these two model. Chevrolet
November 20, at the Pahokee city election held recently. He will leader regular site ears and the Chevelle will offer 48 other models for 1966. Dealers
Methodist Church.Funeral succeed LeBron Williams who Super Sports distinguished by a new roof line will show the new cars for the first time Oct. 7.
.d. served two years in the mayor'spost. .
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Services Bailey, who deals in farm land
and acreage, is a native of the .
Ella Ree Sears 76 Glades area. Born in Pahokee, the
33-year-old mayor moved to Belle
Glad with his parents, the C. A. 5w
Funeral services were held yes- Baileys,when he was nine years of \
terday morning at the Canal Point age.After Cbe"ro\et :
Methodist church for Mrs. Ella finishing the Belle Glade
Ree Sears, 76, who died Monday high school, Bailey attended the
following a long illness. The ser- University of Florida for three
vice was conducted by the pastor, years. Since that time the realtor
Rev. Norton, and burial was in completed courses for real \ ,
Port Mayaca cemetery with Weth- estate appraisers at the Universityof V4 t'OV4yr5
erington Funeral Home in chargeof Virginia and the state univer-
arrangements.The sity in Gainesville.
deceased had been a resi- ... '"
dent of Canal Point for 35 years, \\\eye
coming here from Alamo, Georgia. Final Rites Held \
She was a member of the Canal ;:
Point Methodist church.
For J. L. SullivanFuneral
She is survived by four sons: '''" .
Harlan and Pope Sears of Canal \: '
Point, Emory Sears of Ft. Pierce, services will be held thi* .
and Robert Sears of Pahokee; Four morning at Canal Point Baptist \1'1' I .
daughters; Mrs. J. H, Miller, Canal church for John Leon Sullivan, 54, I ...... ., \J '" ;.'
Point, Mrs. Blanch Werner, of Pahokee, who died at the Paho .. ..:.. ,:'.',
Clewiston Mrs. E. F. Hollon, Pa- '
; kee Hospital following' a long Ill II
hokee and Mrs. H. W. Murphy, ness. He was a foreman for the U.
Clewiston. Two Brothers: A. L. S. Sugar Corp., and & resident of.Pahokeojfor I
Pope,'and Pratt Pope both of Canal / three years, moving I
Point;Mrs.W: B. Elam/Clen there, from Clewiston.
wood Georgia. 21 grandchildren Rev. Lawrence Stewart pastor
and 8 great grandchildren. of the church, will conduct the funeral -
Pallbearers were: Dr. Harlan service and burial will be at
Sears, Jr.,' Dr. Charles Sears; Rldgelawn cemetery at Clewiston
Donald Crews; Mac. Crews; Wayne with Wetherington Funeral Homo
Sears and Billy Sears. In charge of arrangements.
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Ie is survived by his wife, Mattie -
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxson had of Pahokee; Two sons: John
as Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony and David Wayne of Pa.
Ed Smith of Ft. Lauderdale. hokee; Three daughters: Mrs. Shel-

_____ _. ba Jean Bingham Orlando, Fla.;
Urs., Diane Erell. Clewiston; frl. >
i1'i'rTI: :" rTI'lIT/rTIt' rIT 7f'tl> r7 lr7t: Donna Gail Schoenfeld Belle

Glade; Mother, Mrs. Eula Stiles
Clewiston; Sister Mrs. Daisy
PRINCE THEATRE Stiles children., Clewiston and three grand-


I Ray[ Raulerson Is


OCTOBER S-4-S I Okeechobee County

Ray Raulerson,>former Pahokee

; I resident,.and cattlemen In., the | '
Glades but : of Okee-
mot recently
8OFIIIA LOREN AND .. hobee'was,recently? chosen "Man I I CHEVY'S BUILT fOR ,..
GEORGE, PEPPARDIN 3e of the rUemeit1'Itaoclauon.Mr.Year" by: the Okeechobee Raul- i t. .

( COLORALL I arson and"his'family were chosen

.--:.- ... family of the year in Palm Bach :' BIGGER THINGS IN '66with
iIVJ. J.II.1LI\I\ IIVl! : !J..ljI county in J961. .
The Raulersons moved to'Okee- t\
chobee two years ago after leasing j ,
their Palm Beach county ranch more 6-cyllnder power for New heavy-duty workpower, too! t r
SEWING MACHINE AND ands to Osceola Sugar Farms for light-duty models, more load-, AII-new Chevrolet Series 70000 and ,
VACUUM CLEANERS rowing sugar cane.They now operate pulling capacity heavyweights 80000 heavyweights with GCW t
I REDUCED I a 10,000 'acre ranch In Okee [up to 65,000 Ibs. GCWI) ratings as high as a whopping .:
I + chobee county. for light-duty truck users, a new 65.000 Ibs. Included are new 92 .. .
! Brand New SingersIN L more powerful 250-cubic-inch Six is cabs, new gas and diesel engines.
'Alton Murray Will standard in most models. Also, a Whatever you need In a new truck, : '.
CABINET WITH SEWING PTA performance 327-cubic-inch V8 you'll find in Chevy's longer, .I .
BENCH, BUTTON HOLE AT- Speak can now be specified for '/j-tonners. stronger model
TACIDIENT AND SEWING And you can choose from 18 pickup lineup for '66, at :
BOOK, ONLY Guest speaker at the October models and the industry's broadest your Chevrolet RmI I
meeting of the Canal Point Par- selection of covered delivery trucksl dealer's now. i
$99.95LIMITED ent-Teacher Association will M
TIME ONLY Alton Murray, chief counselor '.f Telephone your Chemist dialer abort any typo of track1N.NNN.NMNN..NN.NLMNwM1.N.NMN.NNrMNNNINNN.N t
the Juvenile and Domestic Relations .
GLADESMERCANTILE Court of Palm Beach County. 09-1224
Irs. James B. Gibson Is In chargeo

*,program arrangements. Mr*. Chevrolet Inc
CO. Lawrence Stewart, president, will Stanley ,
preside at the business meeting.
255 SO. LAKE AVE. .. """""" v. "
164 Lake A Pahokee Fla. Phone 924-5593


Pare S1Z The Everglades Newt, Canal Point, Florida Friday, October 1, 1965

to\\" ________. '. _
te4e suit with jnatentogaceeBarW .. -
Pasco Parker
Joe '

Takes English Bride A reception was t held at to

I I IlTews Of. The Churches I church KmgsUJgnton, and U,a
Miss Kathleen' Mary Jones of honeymoon la being.apent touring:
Kingsteington, England, and Joe the United States The bride trav
Pascq Parker pf Canal point were elled in navy and white ,with;
united In marriage on Saturday, matching accessories.
St. Peter's Lutheran First Baptist Canal Point August 28. The following article Is .
being reproduced from the brlde'3hometown Luncheon In Honor
Church, Belle Glade Church, Pahokee Baptist Church newspaper:
Making their home in Jacksonville 50th AnniversaryThe
August Koerber Pastor Guthrie W. Colvard, Pastor Lawrence Stewart, Pastor Florida, U. S. A. after their
eOt W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade SUNDAY SUNDAY: wedding at Klngstelgnton pariah home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob
SUNDAY: 9:45 'a. m.-Sunday School 0:45: : a. ra.-Sunday School church on Saturday are Mr. Joe Maxson, Boca Raton, was the
Divine Services 11 A. M. 11:00 a. m.- Morning Worship 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Pasco Parker and the former Miss scene of a luncheon, Sunday, Sept.
School 9:45: : /(. :M. 6:30 p. m.-:Training Union 6:30: p. m.-Training Union :Kathleen, Mary Jones. 26, honoring Mrs. Maxson's grandparents
7:45 p. m. Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-Evening' Worship The bridegroom, of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. George E.
First WEDNESDAY: WEDNESDAY: Florida, Is the elder son of Mr. and Winston on their COth wedding
7:30 p. m.-prayer Service 7:30: p. m.-Prayer. .. Meeting Mrs. J, P. Parker, of Canal Point, anniversary. The Winston who
Church, Canal PointRev. -- .-- Florida, and the bride 'is the only were wed In North Carolina, Sept.
The Methodist Church Si Mary's Catholic daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. 28, 1915, have resided In Welt
James Harrison ChurchFather Jones, of :51, Gestridge. Road, Palm Beach for the past 23 years
SUNDAY: Canal Point, FloridaEdward Kingsteignton. where Mr. Winston has been asso-
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School The service was conducted by ciated with the Florida Fruit and
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship F.:Norton, Pastor Francis Fennech, Pastor
Pie Rev. S. H. Hodge and the organist Vegetable Association since its be-
6:30: p. m.-B. T. C. SUNDAY- Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m.
Mr. J.'H. A. Davis, accompanied ginning.
7:30 p. .-Evening Worship 945; a, m.-Sunday School Confessions before Mass the hymns "The King of They have four children, seven
I .
WEDNESDAY: 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
love my Shepard is" and "Praise grandchildren and three great
7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer 0:45: : p., .-Evening. WorshipTUESDAY Church Of Christ my soul." I grandchildren. Attending were
Service. : J Given her father, the Will-
away by their children, Mrs. Gerald
8.00: p. m.-Woman's Society1st 125 N. W. Avenue D bride wore a gown of ivory wild' lams and son Jerry of Ft. Lauder-
Holy Nativity TuesdayWEDNESDAY Phone WY 6-3867 silk with a full-length veil held by dale, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Parrish
: Belle Glade, Fla. three white roses. She carried a and daughter, Debbie of Pahikee,
Episcopal Church 7:30: p. m.-Prayer. Meeting SUNDAY SERVICES bouquet of pink carnatons and 111- Mr. and Mrs. George E. Winston,
Pahokee 10:00 a. m.-Bible Study ies-of-the-valley and wore her Jr., and daughters, Chert and Pam
South Side ChurchOf 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship great grandmother's gold locket,. of Ft. Lauderdale and Mr. Win-
Rev. William Plckels, View Christ 7:30 p. .-Evening Worship and chain. ston's brother and sister-in-law,
SUNDAY \ WEDNESDAY Her bridesmaid was Miss Sally Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Winston and'
8:00: A. M-..Holy. Communion 7:30 p. m.-Bible Study ,Wylie, who wore an anklelengthdress daughter Miami of Coral Gables.
Belle Glade across from of figured nylon In gold and 'L
First Methodist Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 Mr. and Mrs. Claude Shirley returned pink and carried a bouquet of gold Rev. and Mrs. John I* Stewartof
1000 a. m.-Bible Study to their home Sunday froma and pink carnations. Mr. Edward Enterprise, Ala., are the guestsof
PahokeeJohn 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship six week sightseeing and fishIng Farley (friend) was the best man. their son and family, Rev. and ,
6:20: p. m.-Evening Service tour of 19 states and five Ca- The bride's mother wore a turquoise Mrs. Lawrence Stewart In Canal
A. Briley, Pastor 7:30 p. m.-Wed. Bible Study '
nadian provinces. and natural coloured bra Point.

9:45: : a. m.-church School Pahokee Baptist ,
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
7:45: : p. m.-Evening Worship MissionRev.
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Church Of'God, Horace Burgner
(Meets at the'Pahokee Woman's
Barfield HighwayPahokee Club) c Jd
Fla. 9:45: : a. m.-Sunday School
"' A. L. Stone, Minister '11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship

Phone..924-7363 6:30: p. m.-B.T.C.
SUNDAY: 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship -jug
?' 0:45: : a. m.-Sunday School WEDNESDAY
'.11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship 7130: p. m.-Midweek Prayer
,I' ,'1:30 p. Evangelistic fitr- Service
i viceTUESDAY r V A? 1 +P -

: The Pahokee ChurchOf
7:30 Youth for Christ
p. m.- ..
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$ Service The NazareneRev.
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The Church Of God 433. Bacom Willard Point Kllpatrlck Rd.

Of Prophecy, Pahokee Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882
:r 2500: E., Main St. 9:45: a. m.Sunday'School i
l ., Pahokee 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship
6:30: p. m.-Juniors
*10: a. m. Sunday School 7:00 p. m.-Sunday'Evening
11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service Evangelistic.. Service
7:30 p. Evangelistic. WEDNESDAY:
Service 7:30 p. m-Midweek Prayer
i 8:00: p. m. Tuesday-W.M.B. meetlnlg.'
8:00: p. m. Thursday V.IB. "Where you are a stranger but,

Everyone welcome. Special once"A' .
music and singing.
.. Glades Women At

Glades Baptist Church Club Meeting '"

iRev. Jonathan L. Wolf) -
Mrs. E. C. Johnson attended a
Meets In Pahokee Lions Club
Building meeting of the executive board of

,SUNDAY SCHOOL-0:45: : a. m. the Florida Federation (of/Women's
s IPREACHTNO-11:00 a. m. and Clubs in Lakeland last week Principal -

c iCj 7:30 p. m.. speaker,at the meeting was J' .... '': ,* .....
/SUNDAY B. Y. F, fl:30: p. m. -ate .;
Mrs. B. C. Pearce president-elect .
|WED..PRAYEB-7:30: p. m.
5w .* of the General Federation: of Wom
,A an's Clubs, who.will be'InstallWla) ; H
Eastern Stars Will iHow t to tractor 1 .
1966, the first, national presidentof give a
Go To Cle\yiston Meet\ the Federation from Florida.
Also present at the meeting was
:Miss Helen 'Belissarieu of Athens,
Members attending the Order of lease life '
Greece, winner of the Florida Fed anew on : .
Eastern S,tar,School of Instruction eration's International- Scholarship .. .' ; .
In Clewiston frop' the Pahokee Who"" "preaently,' .attending 'ti

Chapter, >4 1Iilr'( !' fee Mrs.. RUth. Tanip9' University.. Hiss Bellssar- ,St r the useful; 'life of any power machine makes dollars ',
Meredith, grand'representative to lou expressed|her gratitude to thq
: the State of jijssouil\( for $ta: Florida FEW 'for the scholarship,. also and sense; today, ,with repairs and equipment costing,as they:tlb.

I 1 Grand Chapter; Mrs-, \Grace telling. of'her: deslr* to return. to You .cap do ft-with the experienced help of tl0-SUndard,Man "
Graham, worthy matron: H. 'p. her' countrv "ter'completing her ;
I Graham, worthy patron; 'ilrs. Jea- studies'$in the United 'States, and and his Protective Lubrication. Ask him about:Standard MP .
I ale Barns'Mrs. Jennle QCcklnstry, become -teacher Greasehe improved all-purpose lubricant. He'll prescribe the
I Mrs. Buna Rodgers, Mrs. Made Uldren.!
I Hughes, yKn. V taa Mall Mrs. Others attending ''the board' right care., too.. ty can double the active )Jif? of your equipment! '
Minnie Lee fielk, Mrs. Median meeting from the Glades area '
I George, Mrs. AdaHne Wroten, Mrs. 'were Mrs. W.iB. Rhodes Tfftatdnrt'' For unmatched service, call the Standard

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$431.40 Per Pupilcontinued ion; and operation (including such Reelect Officers- dy and the like have been placedin ,r tions being made for a children'
items as bus transportaton) and the hospital lobby. She said a ward at the hospital I I',
portable cart, that can be wheeled Members were instructed to 1+
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from room to room with various sure and wear their pink lady uni
raised from millage taxes, is used services and repairs to buildings), auxiliary the Association of ,
by items for sale desired by many patients : ,forms, at the next meeting, Oct. I
for actual instructional needs of less than $3 million. Florida ;Hospital Auxiliaries. She will be in operation in then 26, for the Installation ceremony i
the schools. This is seen when the Therefore: most of the county announced 'the State meeting of a.r future. inducting officers for the 1965-60'
current school budget is studied. millage tax pays for the instructional the AFHA will be held in the I Read at the meeting was a letter year. #
This year, the state is supplying programs, including muchof Fountaliiebleu Hotel at Miami I from the hospital board and J. C. The meeting was opened with
$11.6 million for Palm Beach County the classroom: teacher alarles. Beach, Nov. 2223. Thos: planningto Simonds thanking the Auxiliaryfor the group voicing the Auxiliary
schools while county taxes are Incidentally, each mill tax produces attend are to make reservatons the drapes for the hospital Prayer. Hot Coffee was served as
supplying approximately $23.3 more than $2 million, in a through Mrs. Maxson. windows and for its excellent hostess refreshments
million mostly from property budget where the largest item of Mrs ,Oni Faye Ursry, ways and work during the recent highly
taxes. expenditures is Instruction The means chairman, reported four successful open house at the hos Harold Yoemans is a patient at
Meanwhile, major items of expenditures average cost of educating each Auxiliary-sponsored vending machines pital. Everglades Memorial Hospital
are; instruction, $233 child in Palm Beach County is for the automatic dispensing Hospital Administrator Simonds where he recently underwent surg
million; administration, $1.1 mill $431.40 a year., of hot coffee,'cold, drinks can spoke briefly, telling of prepara ery. .

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