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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: October 1, 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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System ID: UF00079910:00197
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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October, 1965 .PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL PAROINCiRCULATJNfi



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First Sweet Corn Carpenters Home Eacom Point Road, Juvenile Worker' Bill Moss, New Pres.

.After Extended Trip Speaker Before PTA

Brings$225trate urlee Road Now Pahokee Chamber
ilr. and :.Mrs:Dan Carpel r Guest speaker t the Canal ,

were recent j; icests of their.son-in- Point PTA meeting Monday, night
AsSeason Starts law' and daughter! (Carol Carpenter Nearly Complete was Alton:Murray, director of the I Banquet TuesdayAt

-- ) Mr. and Mrs. Dan llorgnaesand -. Juvenile and Domestic Relations '
Son Chris in New Martins- Court Wed Palm Beach. Mr. Murray .
First sweet corn of the .196! vUle, West Virginia for several tConstructkn Is completed uon was Introduced by Jim Glf- the annual meeting and ban-
.fall season came from the Sam weeks. Mr.Borgnaea recently.com ,the new mile of.Bacom Point mad I quet of the Pahokee Chamber of
Senter Farms at Belle Glade and And 'residents of that area, alter ford.Mrs. Commerce' next Tuesday night in
pleted work on his P. H. D.Degreein Lawrence Stewart president i
sold TOB the local :market for Notre suffering through. mud and slush r the Elks club room the newly
lOrganlc Chemistry at presided at the short business i
12.25 per crate. The quality was Dame University has accept lor jvearly a year,am riding on .a meeting at which time the elected president W. O. (Bin)
said t. be rather considerIng handsome modern ,black topped to'the
good Moss will be' introduced
a jab in the Research Department budget was adopted for the com
the:fact that the corn went highway. A much-needed sidewalk members and guests lie succeedsR.
Glass Co.
wilt Pittsburg :Plate Ing year. Mrs Donald Harrington
through.hurricane Betsy. On the Carpenter's return home was Constructed can the north aide ,announced final plans for the Halloween -, F. Hurt who took over In the
The Hattona win have com they were visited by their Nephew :of the new highway but a like sidewalk ; carnival to be held October middle of a term when Bill Benton
within the: next few days and it : urould not jplaced on the op: resigned.The .
and wife, Mr. and Airs. Afton Carpenter :30.
will be .sold through Joe Jlattoo,, of Westminister, California posite'\aide of the road ,because' of Room count was awarded Mrs. new president is one of the
Inc., located in the old Unity Farms These Californians who had their a row toff 'palm trees. McParland's fifth grade. area's leading growers and haa
packing house. first look at Florida, said' they Black top was put down on Curie I been active'in civic club and chamber
Hatton, who recently Increasedhis didn't even mind, hurricane Betsy road this week :and.aa soon as of commerce work In Pahokee.
'packing house facilities said\ and would tell then Chamber of I the shoutUers are grassed: that new Williams He will make an excellent president .
he will also! have beans, peppers Commme how nice Jt Is here on highway will be opened for traffic. Family of the organization. With
and squash ready between now their return home.Unknown I The rO&l1\Jltartl\ at the humpbacked cooperation from 'other officials
and Oct. 25: and white potatoes cuhrertW US441 and runt eastward Names John Rogers! and members of the chamber he
will be available In December. I for a-distance of a- JUne anda I should have one of the most sue*
Corn was the top product In the i Nova Has quarter to'*erv* the Glades Sugar cesUUI terms L in. many years.
Glades last year exclusive of sugar House. Just ,HS soon as the county I New Vice ChairmanFor State Senator Jerry Thomas
ane. AcconUag to Associate Good Grid black tops the connecting fink I will be the featured speaker at the
County Agent John H. Causey, the Group, southward to the Sugar House the annual banquet next Tuesday
82 the Williams FamIly -
commodity: added $18,568,647 to growers will have a new access to years night. Tickets are still available
the. economy of Palm Beach 'Chobee TonightNOVA the mill. The county connecting of Florida has been holding an for the dinner meeting and may be
annual reunion in Jackson
county
County.Of link has been promised for many purchased by calling' the chamberof
and this no different from
the amount $16,401,723 came months. year was commerce office. .
from the Glades area alone. The The name was completely I Avenue Ir- ,1tport Road-Ice i others-Gallliee Church and Tab Four new,directors of the civic
remainder of,the commodity came new tcf residents of the Glades. Plant Road--whatever name you ernacle at Gracevllle was the scene organization will also be introduced .
from the east coast .r sandland"section. No one seemed to know anything happen to know!: It,by is fast near of the gathering 'It was attended at the banquet. They are
\. ,, about Npvs as a foot ball foe, 1 Ing completion. It Is the road that last weekend by; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Collins, Karl Bennett, C. QA
,. ..,. ._ n' m mm. m i,_i ,however last Thursda:. l.J1fJb} tJI'"' puwrlnrout ot er.Growem .John D.' Rogers of Pahckta'and his Willis and joey Alderman, Charles rt
. P'ahbke'mue'be tOUnd\lf\ out warehouse 1 I" >Bell.A nade;" Rase elrfw, Mrs; "N 11JeO'RJordan *>f E. Lewis is the hew vice president
Rainbows Discuss"Coming firsthand that Nova had a fairly rock and surface rock has been put Fort Pierce, along with hundred ind Marvin Crady is treasurer.
good football team. They trounced 111 place and within thenext few of members of the ,family from Mrs. Duncan Padgett is secretary
the Web Pell aggregation by a days-with favorable weather-the. throughout Florida. --.- -
Visit Of
J score of'19 to 6. prime coat of oil will be put downto State Treasurer Broward I Williams -
The Blue Devils, winless duringthe be followed by black top,Work- of Tallahusee is a prominent Farm Bureau Will
Supreme Deputy 1964 season started out'like a men are busy this week construct member of the widely-known
house afire the first of this season I ing curb, gutter and sidewalks: and highly respected Williams Have Meet
and soundly ,trounced dewlston I These three road projects, totaling family, and was present for the Bar-B-Q .
Advisor
New Worthy Lodus Tigers by a score of 40 to 0. Coming nearly three-quarters bf a mill. 62nd annual family reunion. The
Gray presided for the first time at back the next week they tied Ion dollars were planned and finances Gracevllle News issued a special i On Tuesday Night
the regular meeting of Assembly the Delray Beach eleven by a score provided for by Up\ former edition of Its weekly newspaper
16, Order of Rainbow for Girls, in of six to six. Local football enthusiasts county commissioner, Paul Rardin. honoring the state treasurer and
the Masonic Hall Monday night were building up their hopes lie said this week that he Is happpy publicizing' the state-wide > event. Next Tuesday night at the Com-
The group discussed plans for a to a rather high level until the locals that the three fine road projectsare The special! edition contained J2 munity Building In Canal Point is
big event for the chapter the bumped Into the little known finally nearing completion. special pages devoted entirely to a special date for the Everglades
welcoming of 'Mamma' Leta Me- Nova squad. That cooled' things the life of Mn Williams and the farm Bureau For, it Is on that
Mann of Fort Lauderdale Supreme down quite a bit and Pell is singing other, members of the. Williams night-Tuesday, October 12thatthe
Deputy of the State of Florida the blues again this week. Turkey Shoot By family. annual meeting and barbecue
Order of Rainbow for Girls, when Tonight the Okeecchobee Brahmans At the conclusion of the gatherIng la ..chedulect'tor all members of the
she visits Pahokee Assembly 16 eome to Lair Field to do bat- Canal Point Lions when time came to elect a full Bureau and their wives. Several
on Oct. 18. She will be accompaniedhere tle wlt&the Blue Devils Local staff of officers for the coming special guests have also been Incited -
on her visit by husband fans are hoping that the mistakes : year Mr. Rogers of Pahokee was for the annual occasion.
'"Uncle" Harry :McMann.It made last week-to the Nova game Canal Point Lions voted to sponsor named vice chairman to. ,serve At the annual meeting the election -
was announced that the series have been corrected that the Devils a Thanksgiving Turkey ShootIn along with Doug'"'Williams, Jr., of of officers will be held and a
of calling card parties for the promotion will come out on the long end of ascore November at their dinner meet. Panama City chairman. The new report of the year's activities will
f secretary treasurer Ii Mrs. OTUordanDf also be heard from officials in
andnovelties
of Christmas cards tonight in the Community
night w
Monday .
ng ...
sales were 'started this ,- -,- .BuUdlngt'Tentative! plans:wece! : Fort Pierce. The historian charge:of.the.Farm\ 'Bureau, office -
.' week'under the sponsorship of,the* ; made.trfboM the slugs> !on tJie'fake- I Is"Alton. Williams' -TnissvfltJe, oiUook. .UI ''bW l.J" la Belle GUdo.6ffldal .,
Judge-Newell Vnr .
: publicity chilrmaiQ
-... ;.. .. Rainbow.''Girls:lp' raise-.fjinda*. to"axttd front:at, theTfoot.::of.th*:dft ,:;fot Aa3and! the '" : oftffr' :BureairhavencKIl6rfev 4
f y. ".:: delegates Grand Assembly.. Speak(JpahbkeePTA: -> three:'a ys.tfov,'19,20,'and'M.:,':'' Br'q card William/. of ',Tallahassee. I rjr: mentber,r?;the group G
;. : 'The first party was held:at tht ;-..--:;..- 'The,club voted to sponsor a light about thffbrthcbming'meetlng but
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home of Jackie and Sandy Weeks Guest speaker at the October bulb sales drive for the ben-eflt of ... ,many need their memory Jogged
at 9:30 a.m., Tuesday; the second, meeting of the Pahokee PTA will the Lions Light Conservation I, to, keep them from forgetting
at the home of Debbie Gross 7:30 be Judge Emery Newel of West Fund. The drive will be conducted Canal Point WMUIn about the'aftalr.. That's what thisstory
p. m.. Tuesday; the third party Palm Beach. Judge Newell the later this 'month. Eddie Upthe- alms to do-Job their mem-
r will be held at the home of Mrs. Judge of the Juvenile' and Domestic grove was Introduced as the new Tuesday MeetingMr. ory about the.meeting and barbe
Paul Saaser for Carol Bardin this Relations Court of Palm Beach student member for the 1065-66 was cue. .
, Thursday at 3 p, m.; and the four County win give a talk relating to school year.XRay Alma hostess to
th party at the home of Mrs. Homer the work of his court The programIs T. the Canal Point'WMU meeting at Rev. Donald Padgett
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t r. Barnes for Lodus Gray also this being arranged by Kyle Scott Unit Will Be her home Tuesday night. Mrs.Ann Fills Pahokee Pulpit
S.
of Mrs. J.
r Thursday at 7:30 p. m. The fifth program chairman. Cooper, mother
party win be at the home of Debbie In Pahokee Oct. 13The Atkins was welcomed as a visitor
f Poteete Monday at 3 p. m.: the by the 13 members attending. Mrs., Rev. Donald Padgett of Chat-
r. sixth at the home of Arista Belk Circle To Purchase Palm Beach county health R. T. Smith presided at the business tahoochee, Fla Is the guest this .
Tuesday at 9.30 a. m.; and the Parsonage Drapes department mobile X-Ray Unit will meeting at which time a partial weekend of his parents Mayor and ,
seventh, at the home of Ann Pea be in pahokee on the bank corner list was made of names to Mrs. Duncan Padgett. Rev. Pad
cock. Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. All Pahokee First' Baptist circles: next Wednesday. October 13, it place flowers In the church sanctuary gett pastor of the First Methodist
friends of the Rainbow Girls are meeting on October 12 will be Bet has been announced by depart for the coming year, Mrs. J. Church, Chattahoochee, will deliver -
cordially invited to attend any oft ty Mills, 9:30 a. m. at the home of 'ment officials. The hours win be 8. Atkins presented the program the sermon at the morning worship -
- 1 these parties. Mrs. Karl Bennett; Lottie Moon, from 9 a.m.until 12 noon and from "Proclaiming and Witnessing".The service of the Pahokee First
Brenda Maxson and Pam Ursry 3:00 p. m. at the home of Mrs. 1 p. m. until 4:30 p. m. Can to prayer was given by Mr. Methodist Church. .this Sunday.
.. were hostesses during the erring Joseph Thompson; Grace Jerai- The X-Ray unit will be In Belle C. B. Jones. Tentative plans are
of refreshments at the close of the ran ':00 p. m.at the home of Mr*. Glade the day before October 12 being,made for a study of the mission LAMP IN HOSPITAL
meeting. Present In addition 'to Frank Thompson and Faye Taylor at the county health department, book "Which War to Brazil PshokeeBand Director Robert
, Mother Advisor Marie Hughes) and at the home of lira Ray.,Hawk, The hours will be the same as In I on November.4 with a 6.30: supper O. Lamp !Is seriously ill in the
I (eonttnoed oa page ,t) I Jr.at .:80 p. m. pahokee following. day. meeting at the church. Everglades: Memorial Hospital.
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Missonaiy Union 'F. E..OLEhglncers Are r j pmalty The- FEG appealed, the decision

Elects' Officers; On The Job Again I tat: Itat of it attempts pending the todfelay*appeal.time; Both effect

and,a,panel of the
At the Riesling 1.1' lh* Woman's JACKSONVILLE Under a Fed Judge Simpson
iflsstenary Vnton 6f the PahokeeJrifit"6 eral Court order;; the Florida East \L S. Fifth-Circuit Court of Ap-

i, ) *tist tShttreh,at the thur- Com: Railway put back to work I peals refused to&delay tt. .

th TSbsdiy mdrnlBg, Mrs. Vernon I Monday 14 locomotive engineers
I b. lianflhas, fier mother'returned -

: "director &M &rs. J. A. I Ii F January.'215frf*tt. \ In Roanofce. Ala.
i Guthrie, new counselor for the ,mervn-otnvrs were' placed on t Mrs. Hudson,

I termedlate Girla'Ahxlriairy. In-I' leave at their request' said Raymond -|I ------- .--.--
It was annoane c1' the : W..Wyt s ff,-thC vice prwlU. .
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'.11 I'tl''llr fll1 1II'ILY'I
::1 l 1.PRINCE'THEATRE
for "October
ty mission projects .
will be visitations- new residents U. S. Dlstr1kt.: : ? gi Bryan Simpson -

The Ratlin kidding In Lana Point Florida of the community the sponsor- ruled last month that the rail '
ing of cottage prayer meetings in road had set too stringent physical
THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF preparation for the forthcoming requirements for members of the
"revival fet tfte ctmrcfe.Mrs Brotherhood Locomotive Englneers fAHOKEt;:FLA.

11iEV' R-G11\lfS} NE'V.s= .- .- .ttph Crews*pvesideatrannounced when they tried to go bid

a quarterly meeting of the ,November
to thtir jobs under a MONDAY tt1'1tSnu
hVN1 kY ,
Serving {he tafce6MechV6eeFarnilng'Rtglon? '\Vlthodt !Pblm t'. .kt Assodatfonkl WifU 1M' injunction restoring pre-sttike; ,
Interruption Every Week for 40 Years will be held at First Baptist Church working cr: J1Uons. OCTOBER:10-11-12

itablighed'M'tt i14.li 11,PJ92 'Pub1ish vEh'y'Ftfdh 'fa'Bayntan; Beach Thursday, The engineers were hot'on ttrfke "4tr'1'rt.x' QrjCMiLOWA

Su$*rlptiOl1'Ptle $2.00 Year In Advance Oct. 21, ,from 10 ..,m. to 2 p. m. for a long time but observed pick
-C" with a .aAdwfeh Iuhcn on at noon.Mrs. et lines of 'Honoperaatmg unions tB'"
Th lttlrefs TWws Xr Entered at;the Post,Office a 'L. JSWrfey, 'Sr.' 4Hrs. who struck January 23, 1963; and

,. In Canal' ..Point. Florida, as Second Class Ifatter/ I Ralph Crews and "Mrs. Karl Ben are still out. After winning the RSL\N' kE m. VtlBAVALlfiR \ Uf8

.'I'111Itt $! iil '. Owner Editor Publisher nett took part Tn a playl t,"Tfou, 4964 Injunction engineers I agreed
,., a Missionary," based on the topi to. return to their jobs \ BRENJtAN l

for 'the oanonth, "Proe1 !mUli; judge Simpson ruled If tfce company llK IM)
Sf k StIII&I'oF I Through 'the tybman's nasty 'art' I didn't put, 25 engineers backto
Society." The program was arranged +work it must pay $1,090 a day
Sorority,Group ( Mrs. Gamble .
I ; by E. B. pTo-\ .

'to'the I 'gram chairman, 'who was out of L______ __'_ _
Mrs.Rita Wolfe'was*hostess ,3 town and'unable to be'present.
Beta Sigma Phi'Sor rlty at'p.iifrak BIRTHS At the ripening of the meeting
sapper with husbands. ;*s I ) 'the Calendar of Prayer was?presented Thurmond W. Knight ALL SEWING MACHINES AND

guests, 'Saturday evening. The by Mrs. Joseph E. Thompson REALTORVTCEN VACUUM CLEANEBS: :

ttfdratitiea! of t.hcee.wh()have served 'Mr, and Mrs'Mac Allen Harris ,'prayer'chairman. At the close I \ REDUCED
dds secret Blstera; lurltgthepastf'ydar 6f the the ( :
of i iClewlston announce the birth program group sang
.Were' revealed and.'gifts ex- of'a son, Milton Cecil. 'Born Sept. -the.WMU hymn for the year, "For Brand :New Singers

changed. 28. a'Thousand Tongues," and'repeatM :
Mrfl. Barbara Shirley will be Mr. and Mrs. James Marshal : In unison the WMU watchwords r IN CABINET WITH SEWING
rtidsWss at I the Oct. 7,,meeting__of Goodrtdge-of Indiantown announce for the year, taken from 'Revelations I BEXOI,BUTTONHOLE ATTACHMENT

the Beta -Omieron. Chapter ,with the birth of a daughter, Annette '10:2. AND SEWING
."ledges'attending.' The six Beta: Mari. Born Sept. 28.SchooiLunch. Mrs Axel Jensen, a former Pa- I BOOK, ONLY
Omicron (pledges, are Mrs, .Janice .' hokee 'resident now residing In
'';.-.....-,- -0- $99.95LIMITED
Walden! ," Mr. 'Concha Rodriquez, West Pain Beach, who is visiting
kiss; 'Anita 'Cowart, Mrs., Paula her1' daughter, Mrs. 'Ralph Crews, \ YbU ARE HEADY TO TIME ONLY
fHtory, Mrs. ,Blanche Hawk ,andfrs. ., Week and family'here this week, was a BUY OR SELL YOUR FARM

=) Melba!Moron. ,A,coffee,honoring 18"Being 'Ohsewe'd 'tlsltdr. I OR ACREAGE, CALL "OOUSTIIUJUtONO' "GLADESMERCANTILE
the pledges was held recently ri Ga. IN '., ,II
eat'theliome tjf Mrs Betty Collins. ''Mr. and Mrs C. L. Stuart are '
'October 11-16 Is fratidnal School j
PIlONE.8..1353. I ; CO.
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spending several Weeks in Alabama
'CLASSIFIED ADS PAT' Lunch week. The staff of Canal i P. O."BOX 14207,
While there they plan to I II
BIO DIVIDENDS Polnt'Elemfentarir 5ch6ol>: lunchroom Visit'their'tt&ugntor ,and family, I I NORTH PAL*!'BEACH, Ct 255 SO.LAKE AVE.PAHOKEE .

': : :.:. ': l> : '.. 'Wishes to Invite eacn,parentto fir.and ''Mrs. :Jordan Walker at ,I IUrmift 1 I FLORIDA PHONE 924-5591
eat at least one 'meal at the I bam. !i I t '

ied school, during the week., _ "_ ,__, ___. __u. ,
;Cl };sif i+r Aas''l" The school would like for every

child,to eat at.the cafeteria everyday
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1"L during the ,week If 'pos lb e.
POSITIVELY all want ads or A Type A lunch Is served every
'classifieds: 'you -wish to call day, which is very' important to
,them, are payable in advance from all boys and girls
"his day forward. Don't phone"'em MENU FOR 'Tins WEEK _

Write It and If want It runonce.
the envelope) you Spaghetti ..
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$2 If you want it run twice \
Cabbage, Apple Salad.
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and so on.WHAT'S
Buttered Peas

IN THE ATTIO that-you Pineapple up side down cake ,
don't need f'' A.'lao: classified.ad Italian bread sticks, butter, milk 't
'n this column will probably"'find TUESDAY

you a aa1'. Just write yonriad' ,Un- Florida Oven fried chicken .
dose a dollar''arid we'll do the rest Buttered parsley,potatoes i -r 4' i -

{Hie Everglades News, Canal Point Green beans

PTa.'toil. Celery sticks *- Radish roses,
Fla. fruit cups
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BALE eW'& Used WillysJeeps.
: J Hot school made rolls.butterMilk
,Walter 'Ashley's Garage ,
''fa"Belle, 'ol .ae. Yhone 6-S058. "WEDNESDAY

,. r' 'OCt r'.'lT-04-ch, Sloppy Joss Buttered buns

S'UTUIENT' ,raOWNKOHI; 7 Minute cabbage
M.\N"t;ctobelr1, &,lit/tRct1LA'tIOH rUG, Pickled beets onion rings I I
'llAe tor 3. Meant
TltjleTUle'br. U .) Potato Chips II t r
rl, :\t Apricots Milk 1 I Int1Iiitr7/!
I abue.tittti: "!be'lRei'g1 des : /
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tttqws. .
'\ IiakJIbean. '
.Frequency ssaue: *M1'r'Cl Franks'urnips _
''Location 6* "Hoar 09441,' PMWU Poi I.*\\ft. &*l.L' '; with roots
Location of the hefaMuirfcrsV *? :Celery --Carrot sticks t' -
"tlral \touslirtfi ttfhMs tf ttt* etfbfls*ert x 4 x a S p yL
.", I .b\10a ''''' _.. Apple cobbler _
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.PubfWler: a.ediaal ait 'JlA, .Bread'- Butter Milk
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t"' P[own Oven fried potatoes -p
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>%ther,security aoKfon: > wtt ae'.oMfetf -

'Wurttles;mount on*-percent of:'HOWS..bond. _*,..,'or."ittortgafes.,,OTXe, ,|_.of or. 'over d total_ Glazed'Bread'CaTrVrts- ButterMilk;=iccCream _


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Copies Each Nearest
Issu During To. Filing Two out 1>f'thfM fioolfic-.ccW..h-n n..rly AT.. ate "Iow hafAc death.-Mal,
'Preceding U Date 'food., loa'M.morior Coy w.sk.nd. 474 American died. Oft Mo-Toe.
Month iR frciErIC ct t-death
4w. M two-fo..rood..Modem, four-Ian. highway.drasticolly reduce occiclenl,
injury end death
{ and result in tower insuroncs rotes. Yet, 43 of rates
'A.Itotal lba' e. >fttthibd (list"Prees'Rnn) I S20 SooL pete.nt florfda' ptfmarJ highway 1)1I. r.
.."poor"or"critical"by engineer Th.$300 mrflio Higli by U,...,.,..",Am.ndm.M douIRed n
Paid Crtcu a n provides the
for 124' miles of fowr-ai1- means
1:dales TLrouh DN4lem unO Catrlers, Street constructing new major rout. Improvement. Projects w.re-.lecttd l ...
Vendors and Counter sale. '0 0 bait ef traffic volume, safety hazards. condition. tof present facility, OrN'IOIIOmic on
other eatiegs prescribed by the Florida Highway CoeI.. COIIIeI.ration end
Provision I. .
(2.iMa11 tlubSCtl{ J64si \ _L4!? 1412 .assist counties buying rigMs.of-woy on a 30-30 ,"ail.One-thltd of the rtghh.fndvded.f-way hs for tIM ... to
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Irp, -Ray Bsrtk, .3;, :a dcbil--; I Mrs. J. D. EUlott at the Hollywood Boating Classic race as it la the final event of {he
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Nursing home in Hollywood, Sunday I year for the international otfthorp
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afternoon Mapy powerboatlstcjng}
LOCALS a overnight guests of her sister and I Key Westers make the occasion
brother-in-Iaw.D.tr.; and:airs.: Leon- :Mr. and Airs. Frank Mueller
I I WEST-Whatever else it a festive one for the battered crewp: ;
ard Brown and family in 'West have as their guests hla sister and is that lures men down to the seato and drivers once they croaa flip
I: Palm Beach, Tdflay.Mr. brother-in-taw, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert race in thundering powerboats, finish line, with fashion shows,
I L. Root of Raton Rouge, La. I fishlngg tournaments, dances and
and Mrs. J. H. Miller were prize money helps and the r-H-onl-
the recent guests of their ison-ln-1 Mrs. George B. Ramey will re- setting $6,500 purse put up for this I banquets.A .
Mrs. Gertie Williams and Ma.' law and daughter, Dr. and -Mrs. I| year's Miami-Key West classic brand new convention MflJfi
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Marion: Bleach .have returned to I I_Lou Lombard In Miami.I Ii | should bring on an awesome fleet. the city will also help tho lk \Steed
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;their homes following a summer I i Miss Sharon Hatton has:rc.tdmI I I and daughter Jlr. and Mrs. Hugh been set for Nov. 12 with an esti- 400 drivers, crews and their families .
vacation spent at Mrs. William I I'ed to her home and studies at and racing fans.
pa-I' G. Miller, m and family.J. mated 50 of the moat powerful\
:home In West Palm Beach. hokee High School following I craft in existence expected to ..
ceral days stay la Ev.rg1a ea ,. W. Guthrie and daughter,
Mrs. Alma f all was a' recent .mortal I" ; make the hectic 158-mile run to During the past 10 years, 74 new
visitor in Qewiston where she Hospital weekend ,- Fort Myers were the Kcy: West. been built in Florida to push the

visited Mrs. Nan Null, a patient Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wrotei\ |ndiflthlldren guests, of his parents Mr. The world title could be derided military and civil airports have
At,Hendry County Hospital.
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expected to return ,to Cypress t Lauderdale is the guest and I Parker in Canal Point.
PERSONAL NEWS NOTESBeta 1 Lodge this weekend from a vacation -I brother and sister-in-law :Mr.
In the northern. states and: Mrs. C. R. Wethertagtom I Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Mock returned .

Canada. I! Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Johnson had:, this; week from Chicago

Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.| as weekend guest their daughter 111., where they attended the annual -
Sigma Phi( Sorority will Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hatton, Sr,I Earl Maxson was their daughter..I; :Miss Sharon Johnson of. Flora!! convention of the American
1 meet at the home of Mrs. Joan I, have as their guest, her, mother, Mrs. Will Nason and son Nat. Also Southern College, lakeland. f Bankers Association.Monroe .
;, ,.. Oamot, Monday at 8 p. m. Mrs. Mrs. Ella Crippen of Danla, Mrs. guets of the" Maxsons this weekIs I Parker Pope was the gueshFri
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ahassee, Florida, .

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The Churches] Altar Society Meet $

TALLAHASSEE An increased -
need for college-trained accountants Plans Cuban Dinners,,

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St. Peter's Lutheran First Baptist Canal Point Tallahassee1 im state-( agencies ,ti tiw St. Mary's Altar Society

Church Belle Glade Church Pahokee Baptist ChUrchLawrence served by the Florida Merit System at the. first meeting of the
according to its director, Ger season. Mrs. Modeckl presided as
ald L. Howell. the new president and Mrs. Rafael
August Koerbert pastor Guthrie W. Colvard, Pastor Stewart, Pastor Four levels of governmental accounting was elected to the office of vice
V 601 W.Lake Rd., Belle Glade SUNDAY SUNDAY: characterizedby president. .
positions,
SUNDAY: 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 9:43 a. m.-Sunday School advancing amount of exper- The group voted to hold the CU-
Divine Services 11 A. M 11:00: a. m.- 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship
r Morning Worship ience 'and salaried from $420 to ban Dinner, sponsored annuallyby
: School 9:45 A.: M. 6:30: p. nv-Training Union
6:30 p. m.-Training Union state- the society at St. Philip's Parish
7:30 $840 per month, are listed In
m.-Evening Worship
7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship p. wide competitive examinations set Hall in Belle Glade Saturday,
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First Baptist WEDNESDAY: for Nov. 6. Nov. 13. Mrs. Ralph Duran and

Church Canal Point 7:30 p. m.-Prayer. .. Service 7:30" p. m.-Prayer... JI. Meeting i By taking full advantage of the. Mrs. Ambrosio Robles were appointed
co-chairman in charge"of
14 test centers located throughout
The Methodist Church St. Mary's 'Catholicchurch arrangements for the dinner. '
Rev. James Harrison Florida, qualified accountantsneed
Special guests at the meeting
SUNDAY: Canal Point, Florida ; never travel more than 60 were Sister Priscilla and Sister
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School
Father Francis Fennech, Pastor miles from their home to take a Gabriel"Marie of the Order of OurLady
11:00: a. m.Morning Worship Edward FV Norton, Pastor I
'* 6:30 p. xn.-SJ. T. C. SUNDAY; Sunday Mass- 11:30 a. m. test which will enable them: to'be of Victory Missionary Sister,
Confessions.before Mass certified to an for employ- Belle Glade. Sister Gabriel Marie
a7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 9:45: a, Sunday School agency
.WEDNESDAY I ... .. ment consideration. Interviews and spoke on the benefits one will receive -
? 11:00
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"_' 7:30: p. m.-:-Midweek Prager tf:45 p. m.-Evening Worship Mrs. George McLarty and Mrs.: placement follow.Information in taking the course on
*.' detailing the duties, "Christian Doctrine" which will be
Service. TUESDAY: Bruce William of Lake Worth visited -
-. J and minimum admission conducted by Sister Cecilia Maria
8:00: p. m.-Woman'* Society friends and relatives In :Pa- salary ranges
1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY hokee last Thursday. requirements for Accountant in Bellle Glade, starting this
Holy Nativity : .- -. I through IV is available at Thursday, October 7. Fr. Francis,

'Episcopal ChurchPahokee 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting Miss Faith Sasser has returnedto every Flordlda State Employment Fenech gave an inspirational talkto
... .11' her home from several days Service Office, along with application the group followed by the serVing -
stay in Everglades Memorial Hos- blanks, which should be of refreshments by the hostess.Mr. .
South Side ChurchOf
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,SUNDAY Christ -. .' lege training no later than Oct. and Mrs: J. V. Thomas spent

.' 8:00: A. M.-Holy Communion Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Smith spent 20. this past weekend in Hialeah ai

.. Belle Glade across from this past weekend _as the guests Application blanks and examin- the guests of their son-in-law,and
Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Branyon' In f ation information may also be obtained daughter,. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
.First Methodist 10.00 a.An.-Bible Study Melbourne. directly from the Florida Meyer and son. .

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A. Briley, Pastor 7:30: j>. m.-Wed. Bible Study
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Pahokee, Fla. 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School RONALD BOYO .....l '
A. L. Stone, :Minister 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship
Phone 924-7363 6:30: p. m.-B.T.C. DRINKS MILK AT 4. ;

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p. Evening Worship THOM'S IT'STOO '
.": rT 0:45 a. m.-Sunday School .WEDNESDAY. "
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/ Rev, S. N. Allen SUNDAY SERVICES:

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; Pahokee 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship S\ rlf L ,
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1 : .11:00: a. m.-Preaching Servicej' Evangelistic ServiceWEDNESDAY SOUTHEAST FLORIDA DAIRY INSTITUTE SALUTES 1'. +

7:30 p.Service EvangeUiUc. c'. 7:30 : .,..: ,11)I : NATIONAL. RESTAURANT; MONTH l..I .
p. m.-1-Mldweek Prayer, f> : fi V f ti /
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'. WSCS s pt,the PAhokee:Hra+ Methodist'Church :
: Building 'w eLf itfthi chtir.ch : Dreams Become'
SUNDAY SCHOOL-Q:45: a.
11:00 ta.. And! chapel Montay night'with Mrs. J \
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SUNDAYP jtY* $ At waf nnouncp4 tfji&Mrs\ E, M, 1
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WED. P J'a1S0? m. Lovely pi Belle Glad,willlbe guest *.; .
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Church Of Christ Plans are for the WSCS to Us* WHEN EF;S FINANCES lTJ! .i ;:

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... 125 N. -W. Avenue P '*' drapes for the new parsonage now : Dream no longer \t,1, I ,! Everglades Federal Savings pro-

Phone WY 6-3867 '. war gren.(p&ipletlon.irsi was named,; chairman Robert Apes and ;I vides financing that says "go ahead" NOW Home
Belle Glade, Fla.
u.SUNDAY SERVICES Mrs. Leon Spooner').tri. Jess Elliott buying is made easy for you. with liberal, low cost loans

I I .';*" 11:00 10:00 a.a. m.-Morning m.-Blblo Study Worship I II '.'t Maxwell, Mrs. W., and S. Plumer Mrs. Selma, Mrs. Em Wilson : 'up.to and a loan perioil.up to.25,ye u Yours will be

,I 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship members: ; ,of,a committee in tailored to fit smoothly within your income and circumstances -
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7:30 p. m.-Bible Study .drapes.Mrs. with easy monthly payments bringing you

._.______ Louis Davis announced the closer to debt-free home ownership! Nice? You said it
World Day of Prayer and Self De-
ATTEND FUNERAL . why not come in today! -
1 ; r nial, will be held Oct. 27, and the ,
: Attending recent funeral services ,church meditation.
I f for Mrs. Ella Sears from'"out Mrs. John Hatton presented the
INVEST IN A NEW HOME
I of town were Mr. and Mrs. Jim- program,"The World at Our Door-
./ my Innera, Hialeah; E. J. Sears step". She was assisted by' Mrs. 4
I and daughter, Debbie, Mr. and Howard Holman and Mrs. frank

,. Mrs. Charles Klrtner, Dr. and Mrs. Rosenberg: The attendance pin was EVERGLADES FEDERAL
Charles Sears and sons, and Rev. awarded the Vena Mae Schroder
Stiles all of Fort Pierce; :Mr. and Circle.
..,1 Mrs. W. I* Geiger, West Palm ... Savings And Loan AssociationACCOUNTS

a Beach; Dr. Harlan Sears West Mr. and Mrs. E. 8. ParoeU had
,k INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE
Point, Miss.. ; Mr. and Mrs. DonaldGainesville as weekend guests. their son and CORP.
r' : r 'C..i, daughter-la-law, Mr. and Mrs. Pao I' Belle Glide
; and &r. and Mrs.William Gene Parnell and son of Lake
Bears of Clew1atoD.I Park.


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Page Efekt The Everglade I1ewer Canal Point Florida Friday, October 8, IMS
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listed the duties of the offices and
I (continued-from page 1) Cyndy TurbevilleA At Wroten Home then closed with prayer. Set For The Stars
I members of the Advisory Board, .r '-
were three past masters of Everglades miscellaneous calling shower Members of the Loyalettes Sun- CIRCLE TO MEET The first meeting of the Paho-
t Lodge 211, F&AM, H. O. for Miss Cynthia Turbeville, bride- day School Class met with their The lone Patterson circle will i kee Chapter 184, Order of Eastern
Rogers, C. It. Wetherington and elect of Douglas Blanton, will be teacher, Mrs Lee Wroten at her meet October 11 at the home of Star for the fan season will be held
t James E. Rogers; also Mrs. Grace home Friday night and elected Mrs. J. L. McCall. Mrs. M. F. in the Masonic Hall Thursday
held at the home of Mrs. Stanley
; Graham, worthy matron of Paho- Mrs. Peggy Parris as their nw: Gorge will be in charge of the night, October 14, with Worthy
'I kee OES Chapter 184; and Ann Hooks in Canal Point Tuesday: president. Mrs. Mary Lou Waddellwas program. Matron Grace Graham and Worthy
Peacock, Junior past worthy advisor October 12 from seven until nine elected vice president and .. -, Patron H. C. Graham presid
of Assembly 16. o'clock In the evening. Mrs. Sharon Richardson, secretary' APPRECIATIONI ing. :Mrs. Georgia FrIck will be in
.. .r Hostesses for the occasion are ,treasurer. wish to thank my many friends charge of the program honoring
Mr.: and Mrs. A. R. Harrington to be Rita F. Hooks, Melba Johnson Plans were made for a bar-b-que for their cards, flowers,gifts,visits secretaries. .. .
bad as a Sunday guest, her sister, Joyce Sims Myrtle Echols, party to be held on October 29 and prayers during my recent stayin
Mrs. S. I B. Preston of Fort' Laud- Nell Hooks, Louise Latham, Ruth with husbands ', as guests. :Mrs. the hospital CLASSIFIED ADS PAY
erdale. Enfinger and Dorothy Buchanan. Wroten told each new officer of Mrs. Frank O'Connell BIO DIVIDENDS I
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