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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 15, 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
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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October 22, 1965 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDNCIRCULATING

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Sales '.I. T. Platt Goes T-o i Games and Goblins I Palm Lake Group i District Rotary

Lakeland Hospital i In Boynton MeetingThe

And Service, Will Food and Fun For 27th annual meeting of the j Governor Visits
J. T. Platt, fi more than 30
years the moving force in the mechanical Palm Lake Baptist Association will
Open :In Pahokee department of The Everglades Local'HalIovcenGaD1es. be held in the First Baptist Churchof I Local Club Thurs.

News Isn't here this 'week.: Belle Glade October 21 and in I _
It Is the svcond< or third upell off the Victory Baptist Church In WeltJalm Belle Glade Rotarian Nettie Taylor -
Flails are 'nearly complete for i sickness that he has had in the I gaudies goblins ghosts! Beach on October 22. I who has been elevated to Dis
the organization and opening of l That'*what'is'being offered for the Nine registered elected delegateswill
Southern I more than a quarter 'Of a century I. trict Governor of Rotary, paid his
Appliance Salt and Service of labors. Ha was placed tin the I Halloween -carnival' sponsored by represent the Canal Point Baptist '''official annual visit tQ the Pahokee
in bhokee in, the building Pahok.ee hospital on Monday and I : Church. Those delegates being Club Hemet
I|Rotary yesterday at noon. >
owned by Jack ChastaJn and formerly
1 on-'Wednesday was moved to the .lay. Rev. and Mrs. Lawrence Stewart" with the officials of the dub
occupied Vy the post office Lakeland General Hospital -when Alton Jones, :Mr. and Airs. J. i O.I and their wives at a dinner meet..
in Pahokee sever*!jrears,ago. his lilies wa not determined locally. mittee has endeavtred to stress entertainment Weeks Mr. and Mrs. J. L McCa, .I ing Wednesday night at the 441:
At the bead of the new concern rather than the money I I W. S. Cross and Mrs Paul RardIn. I Steak House.
electrical _. .. ...
are; two experienced ] appliance raising aspect of Oie affair. Each' -- the
Following meeting at the-

"bee and men Charles-Harry Jtrnlgan.Brotks")Ir.Elar-Jeriiigan ] Sonin-LawofJ. G. booth grade as will follows have:an entertainment'I Naples High Comes I I along Steak House with the the District group of Governor officials.,

has had tine experience

years first grade, dart loard; second
adjourned to the club
in that line and Mr. "Elarbee grade, fishing hole; third grade room of the
Weels Is Called To Pahokee Tonight Everglades Federal on Dacom Point
bas been in lie business lor six > pony rides; fourth grade, bottle Road where the various officials

,-ears. fish; fifth grade,basket ball throw made their annual
complete The building overhauling 1s tndergdmg thisweek.a. Holmes Co ChurchThe I and sixth grade, mystery packages Devils Won 38 -.0. governor. The local club reports had to an ex-the
for sale. Popcorn, pastries and coke cellent bunch of reports to turn into
The floors are being sanded preparatory will :to available for the sweet the visiting official and received
to painting. New ,;tall! son-in-law of J. G. ,Weeks of tooth. Naplei! high School' will+ end commendation from him for
doors will be installed and the interior Canal Point Rev. Lester D\Ni-.I The schedule of events is planned their football eleven to Lair FieldIn cooperation.At splendid
will be given a new coat of chols of Chipley has brim called to thus: the! cafeteria will be open between Pahokee tonight to do battle yesterday's meeting of the
paint. Messrs. len ga" and Elarbee ] with the locals who have been feel I
Bethany Baptist Chorth near BortJ- I 6OO: and 8:30 p.m. serving club the regular weekly lunch
plan to air condition the building fay in Holmes County, according to chill, hamburgers hot dogs, pie ing exceptionally good since their! eon Governor Taylor was mak
before they open for businessin Information received by Mr. Weeks I coffee and cokes. Prices will be win over Jupiter last week by the Ing his official visitation delivered
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a few weeks. In Canal Point this week. Rev, I,held to a minimum wherever possi whopping) score of 38 to 0. his annual address to the
The new concern plans to handlea Nichols is married to the former ble. Large take-out containers for The Blue Devils lave three wins. members. Having been RotarianFor
full and complete line of electrical Miss Christinia Weeks, a daughtttJf I chill will be available for thoee a tie and one loss chalked up so far many years, the governor, a knew
appliances both 'large and the local contractor.Rev. wishing to eat at home. Costumed this season. The locals have done his subject well and imparted Rotary .
small They will handle, Araana Nichols has not ,been or- youngsters will assemble in their pretty good against all comers with! knowledge to each and
Westinghouse Maytag and Lennox daJned but the church is nuking: rooms at 6.00: p.m. and the,paradeto the: exception of that ;"unknown member present to be remembered every
Control unlu.. plans for his ordination. The nap I and'around the auditorium will. team called Nova down at For for' a long time.Charles .
tist Church at Blue Lake'where he begin at .stap.la/ I II' Lauderdale. & .
Bennion has been ,pastor for nearly twg ">':arli'gtMde'Yilhiveveane'tainn.:: .r 1 .Coach.r,11.J1a,'been putting bitcharges'rthrough '.
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" B New 0 :years 1 14 making preparations :for i In eacfrof these categories.prettiest i ; some pretty tough G. Willis .
the ordination which will take plate' most appropriate for practice schedules] this week\am
Pahokee Rotarian tin November., 'een, most original and wants them in first class condition
i t The Nichols have three children,; Prizes will be awarded to nauow.j I when the team from Naples enters Honored By PartyCharles
Edwin, 13;;Pamela, 12 and Ellis, 11.I ners. The booths!' will Lair Field tonight. Another capa
William S. (Bill) Bennion was lie is a retired Air Force technical the judging of costumes com city crowd is expected to be on .
inducted into the Pahokee Rotary I sergeant' and is in his second year plete. A surprise ,ending will wind I hand when the Blue Devils appear I' G. (Windy) Willis, for-
Club last Thursday as a new mem- of pastoral training at Baptist Bible up activities for the evening. about ,and Robert 0. Lamp! and his Pa- mer Atlantic Coast Line commercial -
ber by Past President Paul Rardin..I Institute Graceville Florida.Mr. 9:30 p.m. hokee High School band take the : agent but now retired, was
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Rotarian Bennion's classification Weeks has another son, Rev. Remember, the parade and surprise field ,to entertain the paid custom honored at a party given at ,the
is railroad transportation and he ii who of / to students home of ACL Commercial Agent
,f Trevette Weeks Js pastor event are open only '
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a commercial agent for the Southern a country church between Chipley of Canal Point School and ers.Mike---- .F objLanler in Belle Glade. Mr. Wils
Railway System replacing the i I and Panama City. pre-schoolers who would be eligible Cowart Is was the recipient of a handsome
late Terry Sellers]] ,who passed away]I .. to attend there if they were of gift; from the well wishers who attended -
as the result of a heart attack several school age.Ordination. Honored a.t' School ,
months Those who helped make the evening -
Mr. Bennion ago.came to Pahokee Pallm Lake Group happy for the popular Paho-
I I Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cowart of
:from Hialeah where he had resided kee: resident were: Mr. and Mrs.
1 I Pahokee received word this week Lanier Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Wood-
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for 34 been born in Set
:Jacksonville years,and having moved to Hialeah I The annual WMU meeting of the that their son, lIb Cowart' a senior ham and Mr. and Mrs. Ronal Ter
Palm Lake Baptist Association was at Admiral Farragut Academy,
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when he was two years old. lie has I helI l at the First Baptist Church in Sunday For Two St. Petersburg, has been promoted I I
had 18 years experience in the rail Boynton Beach on Thursday, Octo- to the rank of Battalion Commander. '
road business. ber 21. Mrs. W. E. Schlecter Belle 1 I This rank is the' highest rank Funeral Services i
The Bennions have purchased a Glade, presided. Rev. Jess Moody, Baptist Deacons attained at the academy.
: home on Greenstar Avenue in Pa pastor of the First Baptist Church, .Mike will bt responsible for the ?
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::1$ hokee. I West Palm Beach, challenged members general upkeep and welfare of the Stuckey fA'
c using the theme for the year The Canal Point Baptist Church entire cadet corps and will 'super .1:
p'f Claud Santee 72Died "Proclamation and Witness." will observe deacon ordination on vise aU) activities carried on by the Funeral services were held Wed-, I."
The First Baptist Church of Belle Sunday, October 24, at 2:15 p.m.A cadets.A esdsy afternoon at the Earl Smith
Glade was host to the Palm Lake high attendance) in Sunday student at Admiral Farragutfor Funeral Home In Lake Worth for .
: In Myers Association for the Thursday October School dinner on the grounds and four years, Mike has main. Charles A. Stuckey, 65, who died -
21, meeting at 7 p.m. and the the ordination service in the afternoon tamed an "A" average and has received suddenly as the result of a heart
III Victory Baptist Church, West Palm the Radford award the
Funeral services held are the plan for the day. attack Sunday. Graveside services
were yes- Beach, was host'to-members on Oc- highest monthly award given, on '
terday afternoon at the Led Engel. The,ordination services for Ray were held at Pinecrest Cemetery by
.. bardt Funeral Home in Fort Myers otber 22, for the 2 p.m. and 7:30 mond G. Martin and Arnold J. numerous occasions.. He is active in members of Post 12, American Legion t

)0;: :for Claud T. Santee, 72,who passed p.m. meetings.... .. Scruggs will feature the Rev. Bob all sports and was recently picked West Palm Beach. ,
Tuesday morning In Fort Christie, pastor of'the First Baptist by St. Petersburg newspapers as Mr. Stuckey was'a long-time res-,
away
ATTEND GATOR GAME "back of the week" for the Bay Point
Myers after a long' illness. Mr. Church of Clewiston, bringing of the Pabokee-Canal l'ident
, Santee had lived in Canal Point j jr Among the many "Gator" fans the charge to the candidates.The Coast Conference.. area and for many years was inthe "
attending the homecoming football construction business, operatg .
:from 1921 through 1964 where he Rev. James R. Thompson, ..
r :farmed for several years., game In Gainesville this past week. district associations missionaryfor Bill Erickson In In his own dragline. He has awide \1
end Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sal- circle of friends In the Lake i
At the funeral a Christian Science were Big Lake and Indian River Association -
, Reader, Russell Warren, of. vatore Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mclntosh will bring the charge to Lakeland General legion who will regret to learn ofhis ",
'' v ''- :Mated. The deceased was a veteran }ft. and Mrs. WKAldridge, the church. The pastor will present sudden passing. k:
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Walker- Mr. of candidates Erickson! Canal 1 Point Survivors include his widow' "
"'" of World War I, a charter member tor each the a Bible Bill grower J
' of Masonic Lodge No. 211 in and Mrs. Donald Harrington, Mr. a gift of the church, and lead in left Tuesday morning for Lakeland Bertha Mae of West Palm Beach;
Pahokee and past adjutant of the and Mrs. Leon Spooner and Mr. and the ordination prayer. where he entered Lakeland three sons, Charles A. Stnckey, Jr.
, Pahokee Post of the American Le 1)1 rs. Luke.Fraser. Mrs Lawrence Stewart will General Hospital for treatment anda and Stanley Mock, ,both of West '1
, gion. L. i speak'to the deacons' wives charging i possible operation. Mr. Ericksonhas Palm Beach; Rev Curtis Ray Mock
,, His survivors Include his wife, DAUGHTER VISITS them concerning their respon I been suffering for several of Bangor, Michigan; two daugh-*
Pearl; one sister, Bessie Maulford, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Harrington sibilities. I I months from a hip ailment and he ten, Miss Rena Stuckey of West
l Indianapolis, Indiana; two stepsons had as their guests this past'week The church will observe an old- ,thought when he left here Tuesdaythat Palm Beach Mrs. Charlene Webster -
John Ogle and'Richard Ogle, end-their daughter, Miss Janette fashioned dinner on the grounds in an operation might be necessary of Belle Glade; one brother,
', both of Fort Myers; and one 'stepd Harrington, who is Intern teaching the recreation room at 12:30 and to correct the disorder. He Baln Stuckey of West Palm Beach
.4 daughter, Marion, of, Fort Myers In Orlando. Her roommate .Miss I all members, former members and)I plans to be in the hospital for at and one sister. Mrs. Emma McAr-

Beach. He had rnine grandchildren. Shirjey.Smltb! ,accompanled her. friends.are",urged} attend, least two weeks.. thur, of Jacksonville,
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Fti& October 22,..19G5
Two The
Page Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida
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Silver Wedding Mr. I living-room and the study where I I:

i I the giftS were-displayed on a table i WONDER TREE.
Mrs. Herman Kautz: laid. with ecru lace over pink. |I
OUttof town guests;wereMr.. and I

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kaotz were I Mrs. Earl Beebe of Fort Lauderdale !
I Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Frazure ofDaytona
hosts at a 25th wedding anniversary ;
"open house"' honoring his ( Beach, Mr. ana Mrs. John I| !
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and 1 Kautr of Jensen Beach,. Mr. and
Mrs. Mrs. john Reicheit acid: ],Ir. and
Herman Kautz, at their home,
140 South Elm, Pahokee Sunday, Mrs..Jake Reicheit of
I October 17, from 2p.1m..to: 5 p.m. Mr., and Mrs. Don Okeechobee'l
The refreshment table was laid Palm Beach, Mr. and
with Herring of Belle Glad 'lUld Mr. and
a white lace cloth over pink
linen and centered with white tier Mrs. F. W. Kelly of South( Bay. I
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wedding cake decorated with the I WORLD'S FASTEST SHADE:

The Rardin Building In Canal Point, FloridaTHE traditional bride'and' groom. Silver ,HOME FROM ATLANTA A tiny seed 3 years ago. now afc 21
fern and white mums entwined the Mrs. J. D. Latham;.accompanied ,tt. beautiful hade tree. Will be 45
LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF ;.ft at 7 yean old Salt tolerant
cake, crystal ,punch bowl and silver by Hunter Latham, left FridayforDecatur ,..freeze proof:. mall leaves. etnas no
coffee service Which were Georgia, and' a visit with I: .1 trash no root runners plant year
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing Mr. : !around grows extremely f..... almost .
placed on either end of the table. her son and daughtervln-law evergreen I brought this North
Refreshments were served by and' Mr?. James ,Latham. Hunter : Pole scrub,to Florida and convertedIt
the,Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without accompanied Home by Mrs. E.I: to the most wonderful tree ever
Mrs.
Interruption Every Week for 40 Years Earl Beebeof Fort Lauderdale placed on Fla. soil by man or God.
Mrs.. F. W. Kelly of South B., Gamble, who has been visiting j I' We specialise- In the 9 ft. $S:00>size
Established March 11, 1924 Published Every FridayAt Bay, Miss Brenda Sue Kelly of the Lathams for two weeks. I'' which we furnish with planting andcare
Canal Point, Florida 33438 j I Instructions. Poet paid and
South Bay and Miss Bennie Fort- guaranteed Most of our sales are
Volume 41 Number 82 October 22. 196 of Melbourne. Miss ofl j from neighbors of our pact customers
ney Kathy Mr. and Mrs. John Williams j All varieties of nursery'stock.
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn Kautz and Miss Cindy Kautz were Orlando were the- recent guests of i OPEN! SUNDAYS. Write ,for free
Canal Point Florida, as Second Class Matter at ,the guest book. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilt-' pictures and,literature.
Mrs. Kautz was presented witha I ,CAKrS NUBSERTTy4
Subscription Price Year In Advance
$2.00 tiams.
white and silver orchid. Those assisting Lire ,east of 41 *., 41.

p.aul.Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher wore white and silver mum : Mrs. D. P. Hughes has returnedto INTERNES FLAi..
corsages. her home at Prewitt Plantation
Floral arrangements of pink, following a week's stay at Everglades
luncheon will CLASSIFIED ADS. PAY
and
arrangements white and silver used in the Memorial U08 ital.
Hall Of Fame Has were
feature highway safety programby BIO DIVIDENDS

.. Jerry' Hawkins in keeping with .
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Developers gram. ._. < ++ > H.+

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JACKSONVILLE Two of the Mr. and 'Mrs._J. V. Thomas returned tt
state's pioneer developers and pro Sunday from a visjt with $ 1 :
moters have been named to the her father, H. A. Lee,and Mrs. Lee J ".: I': I ....

Florida Public 'Relations Aseocia- in Maria>1na.floYourPay. *:> A i H ilium.! LLhl !l M r* BI W A *

tion's Hall of Fame./ .
'The 'otgani ti6n's board of directors I ; Phone 924-6511 pa 1okeePhone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade t
accepted'the recommendations .$431.40In

of Its Hall of Fame Commission \ SALES and SERVICE 4t
which named Henry Bradley .. ;
Taxes? If NotDon't
Plant, who' built railroad .to Tarnfa ; Heating Air Conditioning Appliances 4>
Ban-on Collier : '
and :: G. who developed >* ;

ty.Plant what,'le now Comer, Coun Fuss Much ." ">(Ht..>t)+- ..>..:".> :".).>.>.:.. .>4).*.*>4*. 4><}.>4j:. >->*> AV }.H

has been dead 66 years
and' Collier,died in :1939. They .became If you dont pay 431.40 "in state -
the ,14th and 15th #fU mb. rs and county taxes you don't have

of the Hall of ,:Fame, which is much of a gripe coming about educating .......
housed in the Florida State Chamber your child in school. That's Y

of Commerce- building. in Jack exactly what It costs in the Palm
sonville., Beach county school system to educate 4 sy t
Plant"first .came to tfloildi :In one child: one year.
1802 and settled in Tamp"the following In many circles one hears a
yearwhen'he, was placed in great,deal of commendation about
Charge of an express' company.The |j the present system. of County, and T1
pioneer 'transportation developer state education being carried out
purchased the express bus- I by school officials. Still in other k

I (lnes8 ,and between I860 and 18J9 .circle*..you;hear a.iQt'jjf: griping
t acquired blocks of stock in ,talU And it eeems strange that the major *
roads in ,Florida and Georgia portion of the griping comes 1
With associates.be ,purchased' the from someone who doesn't pay t, '
.Atlantic & Gulf ,Railroad and 'organized anyway near in taaxes what it C '
the Savannah, Fbrida <'nd costs to educate his ,child. These .'
Western Railroad. In 1883 Plant same folks seem to think that the

took control:of the Sdtf-Jx: Florida,' world owes them a,living and that
Railroad, .completing a Tampa-- their child should be educated at kr1 ;, tJ
Jacksonville line in '1884. the expense of his neighbor.
Collier, at the age of 26 had "I pay all the taxes assessed ..
built 'a nationwide business in against me/' said one citizen with I v I
street car advertising. He came to two children in school. That total
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Florida In '19U and bought up ,would pay one-eighth of what Is
land and timber companies until I costs_ the system to educate that ; :

his holdings reached more than citizen's t wo children,one year, _
900,000 acres in what was to be- A lot of people have no idea
dome Collier .County. Additional of the cost of educating their child Wa

land purchased in.Lee and ,Hendry in ,the ,public schools of Palm :

counties pushed his holdings to Beach county. The; idea of this ,... a .., : ,.. .
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more than one million'acres. story isto: enlighten them so that x w,

In rapid, time, Collier developedthe In the future when they have a
Collier line, a fje et of ships, the gripe against the system ,they'll I :
Tamiimi Trail Tours.,and broughtthe think twice before raising too ,An Electric Water Heater

Lee County Telephone Co. to much fuss. .
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the, area H' later acquired .tour .. '
.Dlves precious
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them all under one service system. !It, ; ::

be,I Survivors tion4ed with of ,the ceremonies,two men will In Classified Ads .} :.. ...:Its .....lIlter..C8tI.I! -,tlNJ.te cpI..aIf1) __. tool 1 :

Jacksonville during the 27th annual lilt'
.convention of the Florida ., .Install it anywhere- ucantol'lfltiU.- fuels ,
type and it adds to the of 'jf
Public leiatiorisAociaion.lYilson : IRONING done by the piece. Call Needs_no attention completely automodern living. joy j : !
I Canal Point 942-7206. Itpd. ,
ma tic.No flames
open ,no constant-burning
&. tM .ok.
l Home Is FQR SALE: Hotpoint dishwasher, pilot light.,No Aiiner. odora'tn't' need !'I'plitutft devl t'plwra6 gtraic u,0I'JJ'4Ia'.JL'....Neaten ati ) "(1'.' .
deluxe model. Price
$40 for -'II .VIC1Nconbvdor.
quick "
Vents of flues to there's no heat wasted. I "
.te.'Call. Pahokee. 924-2451., Itpd., nameless ** M''0inON =Art' .!
Scene 'Club :MeetPahokee An Electric Water heater(.like A .. .

FOB BALE:New and.Used>Wlllyi Electric: Range) *a cUper' to buy and; '\1WafIf'W at,lliMJIIOItabl.J. tAa& it it"V IIMQI1C.u GW o.;1" :' ",.'.. r
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Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Qaragt+ \ cheaper to use, too, because the average eed xwou rf. r: .
: ,Women's Club members in Belle Glade'Phorie 6.3053. twmted aId tM+*, / 6 '
kilowatt
price per residential hour ]k actu-: ACt pilot lisht b 10 ow." .' 1
net.at the -home ttf Mrs. James Oct.lT-84-cb i
Wilson Wednesday;October.13,-for :!filly 31% tfaper,than:just 10 years ago! MItS.IIUTTU.ltlmUISAYS. '=',' I

their':first netting *: the year.'Ar It's,cheaper Aan ever to go ALL electric Jjad ,rPean.it4 ",, 'l
rangements for the sandwich luncheon than to use H> cornbUtfan.with fltue- ... "; pe ;
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made Mrs. SINGERElectriaSewing Der ,
Were by Wilson with ) fII&Irlc$ MaJ.i ( l. :" .
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Mrs.E., Jehhson and'Mrs.iR.. .F. A''_t .... x 11 fee a "'frw"6<< Msw prea1. m, 'fIcJ 1 .: .
Hrit, assisting: .:
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:Mrs.Johriieo,president. ,presided Machine \ 'iJ

at ,the :business session at which In console cabinet 1k. 0." Stwi \ I T8ltl l.6 t.:;,
time I the members ,voted I ito purchase forward and r**r*.:AU attachment '
tWo pl IbfiJtrtlto: be'hung! for making buttoobolM,sic-caatnc .
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and fancy stitch de?lens. Sully
lathe dining. nOm.f.the.new Everglades fuaraauwu: Can be seers In your .. ; t St
Memorial:HUpiWo ana,..Mak tlftit monthly paymratt : :
of M.11 or will ,lUcount for caab. I
i'Miss Ethel :Jehhsofuwas ,named .
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The October 27 ineetia*;*!!!be held 123 S. CLKARWATCB RO.LARGO. f ..- <
at..the Woman's Club with Mrs. fXORIDA, t l *. .fLA POWtl ft L I '1 N T C" ,>at,,,
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$25.00 fourteen months faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide ,
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stays the,same but mol'e'mtereHla paid you each
I.,, aix months both 9: and H Boedi the'new,rate' Q:la what denominations can I buy. series B and series
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: a guaranteed % each year to maturity. A* B Bonds $2B|" (coat. $18."), $50 (cost $ r.60)), $100 "
ty <* 0 When did the new rate become effective? (cost $75.00). $200 (cost $150.00), $500'
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Page Four The Everglades News*.Canal Point ]Etorlda Fr1daJll."O _.l96S:
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UVSCS L Circles Weekend guest of Mr. juidL Mrs.

I I-PfRSONAC-NEWS P I NOTES I rl I The Miriam Circle of the P 1iu"l I rack Miss< Kathleen Spencer was Spencer their of"er Miami. ,

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[ I kee Methodist WSCS met with Mrs. Mrs. Ann Cooper has returned to

LBTh J Bruce Bowe Monday night with j ji II &er visit home with her in -laughter Tampa following and son-in-a

Ronnie Kautz of Atlanta Geor- Houseguest of Dr. and Mrs. E. J. i Mrs. James Moore presiding. A | law Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Atkins.
hove received from ....... _.....--........
Graham ---
gia, was the weekend guest of his is his brother Burt Graham j offering was -

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman of Los Angeles California.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. David! W. Kamey .' Mrs. Miriam Dulay, organizer of I i ':rat ..... ...., \ .t ...-."
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Kautz, and attended their mh (Jeanine Meek) of Cocoa, announce ,the eirrie' I II W.
wedding anniversary celebration : and Mrs. Wilson M. Ernestof the birth of a daughter, Marjorie I Mrs. George Ramey, spiritual Thurmond KeightttEALTOR
Sunday before returning, to his Riverview, Fla., returned Sunday Deanna on October 18 at Wuestoff I I life and cultivation chairman an- i,
studies at Georgia Tedh. afternoon to their home fol- Memorial Hospital. Maternal. nouneed the coming week of prayer
lowing a visit with their son and grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.. ;and self denial observance at the-! -:-
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Gore have as daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rupert Mock. Paternal grandparents -|church for 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m., October "
their guest'his mother, Mrs. Cleo Ernest. are Mr. and Mrs. George B. I 27. The program, "Come YeApart" :1W11ENi
Linhart of Oviedo. Ramey. was presented by Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Buford Justice of
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t r Howard Holman. The November 'j II.
North Palm Beach the week- .
Mrs.
Recent guests of Mr. and were .
William McClenithan were her son end guests of her parents, Mr. and Dr. and Mrs'. Charles B. Searsof i I' meeting will be held at the home ... "
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. E. A. Tillman.Dr. Fort Pierce announce the birth of Mrs. Vance Denton.
Ed Howell, and family of Fort of a son weighing 6 Jbs 1 oz. on Monday afternoon, members of I
Myers. and Mrs. E. J. Graham spent October 13. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan i I the Vena Mae Schroder Circle met o-

4" I this past weekend in Miami Sears are the paternal grandpar I at the church with Mrs. Bob flatI .YOU AUB Iv: tug TO
Mrs. Lou Lombard and daugh-I ents. The "young man'was born on ,ton presiding:Members were asked BUY UK SELL YOUR FARM
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson
ters, Lisa and Linda, of Miami, Mr. and tyrs.} Sears' 36th wedding to bring their stamp books to Mrs. OK ACREAGE: CALI4"COUS-
were the reCent guests of her par spent this past weekend as the anniversary. James Tyson to help with the pur.
tlf TIIUIUIONO".
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guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brownat ___
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Miller, in chases for the new parsonage.Mrs. .
Canal Point. I their home in Palm Beach. ON HUNTING TRIP Lewis Collins presented the PHONE: 844-lSfS,

Mr. and Mrs Rocelle Wilson accompanied devotional, reading from George P. O. BOX 14207, I
Herman Magrill Is a patient at by Mr. and Mrs. Frank' :Enjoying a hunting trip in North Bagley's "Portrait of a Godly NORTH PALM BEACH,
Good Samaritan Hospital in West and South Dakota Joe T.. Man." The
Wilson South Bay, were weekend are: Boyn- program was presentedby FLORIDA .
Palm Beach. visitors in Albany, Ga., where they. ton, Billy Rawls, Harold Wilkinson, Mrs. R. F. Hurt entitled "25th

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hayes and Were the guests of their mother, Claude. Shirley. and Bill Shirley. Anniversary of,the WSCS."

children of West Palm Beach were Mrs. 0. L. Norton and Mr. Norton. I ---- --- >
the weekend quests of her parents, \
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer''Upthegroveend Miss Elizabeth Ann Gist, daughter $
his mother, Mrs. Annie Brook- of Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Gist, wasa NOW! A WHOLE NEW SERIES OF ULTRA-LUXUR OUS CHEVROLETS
shire. patient at Everglades Memorial
Hospital for several! days last week. V
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Mrs.. W. K. Buchanan i Is a patient
Four Circles Meet "at Everglades Memorial Hospital -

for several days. .y
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Mrs. Robert Lundy and daughters f
"My Church Seeing and Doing"was
the title of the program for Lisa Terri and Mandy, .of
the four Pahokee Baptist WMU Jacksonville have been the guestsof
circles when they met in the homesof her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gil- :

members. The Betty Mills Circle bert Harrington, during the past .' ,.
met with Mrs. Karl Bennett, with week while her mother,has been a ,

Mrs. Bill Shirley presenting the I patient at Everglades' -Memorial, BY CHEVROLET :

program. Mrs. Guthrie Colvard, Hospital. ... .,

new chairman, presided at the busi- Mrs. Selma Wilson has, returned ,
ness meeting. from a three-week visit with her A
Other new officers are Mrs. J. H. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and

Wilkinson vice chairman; Mrs. J. Mrs. B. Elliott and daughters, in rT
W. Brown, secretary, treasurer and Hendersonville, N. ,C.. and her sis -

publicity; Mrs. M. P, Stanley, com ter-in-law, Mrs. L. T. Shiver. In .J : P,
munity mission and stewardship; Donaldsonville, Georgia. .1,
Mrs.'Claude Shirley mission study; '-' ,
Mrs. Karl Bennett, prayer chair- Mrs. Edwin Dannelly has returned ,, ,"
man; Mrs. Bill Shirley,' sunshineand to her home,in Fort Laudtr- II
social chairman and Mrs. dale following visit with' her Caprice Custom Coupe-with exclusive formal ; ;
Charles Story, children's home and brother and .sister-in-law, )Ir. and, ." ." r roof line that comes on no other Chevrolet "f r
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youth representative. Mrs. C. R. Wetherington, and sons. !.' /) j \ f. .
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Mrs' Joe Thompson hostessto r"fu '' jI ,
was .
Lila Gore, daughter of:"Mr: and .
the ;
"Lottie
Moon dele with vice
Mrs. Gene Gore, has returned to .t, l
chairman Mrs. W. A. Stevens, pre- ,
her home
siding.., following an emergency
Mrs. Marvin Crady pre- I'
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appendectomy at ,
Everglades Memorial -
sented the
Mrs. J, C. Mock program, Mrs. W assisted. A. Keen by -Hospital.- .+-- .. to' ;= I t
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and Mrs.
Joe Thomcson. The November .!'i
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meeting will be held at the Miss 'Barfield Weds ;r
home of Mrs F. G. Gillis. Noel John Valliere '/. I '

The Faye Taylor circle met with [.1 :
Mrs. Ray Hawk, Jr., with Mrs. _
Milton Douglas presiding. Mrs. Miss Mary Frances Barfield became ,I Caprice Custom Sedan-with superb new r
T Body by Fisher inside and out .
Annette McCurdy was in chargeofthe the bride of Noel John Val elegance "- .

prayer circle. Mrs. Bill Ernest liere in' an 8:00 p.m. ceremony,, I'c" 1..
September 25, at the First I
Missionary
was welcomed as a new member., :;; ..
The program was presented by Baptist Church of Chosen. .
Mrs.; M. M. Andrews. The bride is the daughter of Rev: i' .: ;

,,A letter was read in regard to and Mrs. R. E. Barfield, Pahokee. ..... ,j\. : .
the adopted boy at the Children' The bridegroom is the son of Mr. .. .I
Home which the circle has spon- and Mrs. Noel F. Valliere, Canal '

sqred, telling of the placing of the Point. He was graduated from Miami ,I
child in a home. Mrs. Seth Roberts, Edison High School in 1963 aDdIs \ I
chairman of the children's home, now employed at the A &; P 1',
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was instructed to answer the.letter Food Store in Pahokee. !
and request the name of a new childto Given in marriage, by her father, :JoIJ
sponsor. The November the bride wore"'a floor-length gown
meeting
of white Caprice Custom Wagon-with ,fine new look '
wjll be a combined lace over white satin. Hei
meeting at the I
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pearl held k of hardwood paneling on sides and tailgate. P ,y ,
church with the Grace Jernigan crown >an illusion veil ,
'circle for a mission study. and she carried a cascade bouquet t \ ,' ..,,' I j'
i Mrs. Frank of white carnations. aMiss a :
Thompson was hostess "[ .. J.t ,
to the Grace Jernigan circle ,Ann Frances: Valliere sister ; -.t s'k .
with Mrs. Mary Hammond presid of the bridegroom'was'maid of: Everything it tnk create a dis-: armrest. And in the equally opulent t of

ing. Mrs. M. J, Sapp gave the devotion honor. She wore a blue street "tinguished luxury car has gone into these Custom Wagons, offered in 2or 3-seat I
and prayer was given by length sheath and carried a bouquet new Caprices., models
,you can even order
Miss Jane Plumer: Mrs. Wiley Til- of pink carnations. Beneath the formal styling elegance the carpeting for ;
Us presented the Best man was Brian R. Fredrick cargo area. :
by Mrs. Bob Henderson program, Mrs.assisted W. M. of Miami. Serving as ushers were that sets the Custom Coupe apart, for Each model rides super Jef-smooth. a

DfiBose and Mrs.,Willie Kemp. Paul W. Valliere, brother of the< instance, you'll find thick wall-to-wall And for incomparably smooth
bridegroom and John Allen power, I
Bar-
carpeting, comfort-contoured seats and you can specify
field, brqther of the bride. Chevrolet's advanced
the look of hand-rubbed walnut on the TurWet V8 in I
The reception was held at the either a 396or
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17711rY'I': ( I.rTI'I7\"IiN: ; (21-, !
instrument
'- home of panel, glove compartment cubic-inch
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bar- version. i
field with Mrs. Patsy Williams and and inside door panels. You can order a The price of it all? Somewhat
PRINCE Miss Brenda Andrews assistingwith finely instrumented console together more
THEATRE the serving.Mr. '" thanyou used to paying fora Chevrolet. 1 J"
'with .
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Strato-bucket front
new seats. But less
as
,
your dealer
PAHOKEE, FLA. and Mrs. Valliere are now will happily confinnthantheselectclassoffinecarstheso
at home at 115 Banyan Avenue, ..'\ In'the Custom Sedan, a new Strato

SUNDAY MONDAY, TUESDAY Pahokee. back front seat is available with bucket- new Caprices invite comparison _

type contours separated by a fold-down with .,..,.,. ,. '
OCt. 24, 25, 26 FOUR' HOUR STUDY ,,. in every detaiL .... I.

'I' THE MOON "Christians Calling" was the title See tte rw re Chttrofct, CheTefa, Chrj,n,Coreir & Comtfr at
'011' Chwofct
of the four hour study held by the ----- fob's
SPINNERSHayley' Canal Point Methodist Women's Society 'I
i t'C' of Christian Service on Tues 09-1223
I day, October 19. The luncheon
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Mills ;meeting was held at the home of Stanley Chevrolet Inc.
r r1 ,Mrs. Osceola' Upthegrove. ,
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Page Six The Everglade News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, October 22; 1966
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II.I Of The Churches Baptist GroupThe Monday MeetingMrs.

Canal Point Girls' Auxiliary Lawrence Stewart was hostess -
met Tuesday afternoon In the Education to the Canal Point Baptist Alberta
_. _. Point circle Monday ni bt.
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I Baptist Cb rch.I Mrs. Paul Maynor was welcomedas
Church; Of Christ First Baptist Canal Point The rOOM waf decorated,with G. a: ngw' member. Mrs. Raymond
PaHokee l A. colors. The table was laid witha Martin presented the program "My
125: N. W.:Avenue D Church, Baptist Church white cloth with white candles at Church, Seeing and Doing." She

Phone WY 6-3867 either end and an open Bible and was assisted by Mrs. Robert Ar-
Belle Glade, Fla. Guthrie W. Colvard, Pastor SUNDAY Lawrence: Stewart,, Pastor foliage plant to carry out the green. rieta, Mrs. Colman Conley, Mrs.
SUNDAY SERVICES SUNDAY Mrs. J. H. Strayer, as counselor, Charles Brown and Mrs. Milton
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School
10:00: a. m.-BIble Study 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School \ had Terry Echols and Wanda Cumpton. -
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00: a. .-Morning Worship Hitchcock to assist with the pro Mrs. Brown, newly elected chair-
7:30 6:30: .-Training Union 6:30 p. m.-Training Union the at the business meet-
: p., m.-Evening Worship p. gram. Immediately following man, presided
WEDNESDAY 7:45: p. m.-EvenIng Worship 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship program the new officers. for the ing. Members were reminded of the
WEDNESDAY
7:30: p. m.-Bible Study WEDNESDAY: : coming year were installed.The upcoming book study "Which Wayin
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7:30: p. m.-Prayer. Service 7:30: p. m.-prayer. ... i Meeting new officers are as follows: Brazil" which will be held"at the
St. Peter's Lutheran President, Wanda IIitehcock; vice I church on November 4. Teaching
The Methodist Church St. Mary's Catholic president and membership, Debbie I the study will be Mrs.J.D. Latham,
Church, Belle Glade Church Mills; secretary, Brenda Browning; Mrs. 'Lawrence Stewart and Mrs.

Canal Point, FloridaEdward treasurer, Della Thompson; pro W. S. Evans.Eastern. _. ..
August Koerber Pastor I Father Francis Fennech, Pastor .gram chairman,Julia Van Landing-
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade SUNDAY F. Norton, Pastor Sunday Mass- 11:30: a. m. ham; Community missions, Vickie Star Is In
SUNDAY : I Higgins mission study, Terry Ech-
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Confessions before Mass
.. Divine Services 11 A. M. 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School _.a. ols; co-chairman, April Cossett; First Fall MeetingMrs.
School 9:45: : A.: M. 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Church prayer chairman, Debbie Van Land-
6:45: p. m.-Evening Worship ,The Of God
.. ingham; forward steps chairman, Adaline Wroten presenteda
TUESDAY: Of Prophecy, Pahokec Patricia Wiseman; co-chairman, special program honoring chap
Holy Nativity 8:00: m.-Woman' Society1st
p. Lanita social chairman La-
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Rev. S. N. Allen Lang; ter secretaries, past and present at
Episcopal Church WEDNESDAY Tuesday: 2500: E. :Main St. vada Lang and stewardship- Niada the first meeting of the fall seasonof
Pahokee.. Pahokee Sheets. Pahokee Chapter 184, Order of
7:30: p. m.-Prayer Meeting Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Pugh dismissed
Eastern Star, held in the Masonic
10: a. m. Sunday School the group after a circle Hall Thursday night. Mrs. Grace
Rev. William Pickels, Vicar
SUNDAY South Side ChurchOf 11:00: a. m.Preaching Service prayer. Graham, Worthy Matron, and IT.
8:00: A. M.-Holy Communion Christ 7:30: p. Evangelistic A. Funderburk,'Associate Patron,
... Service Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Vandegrifthave presided. At the October 28 meet-
8:00: p. m. Tuesday-W.M.B. as their guests, her ing Mrs. Mary Young will presenta
First Methodist Belle Glade across from 8:00: p. m. Thursday-V.LJ3. Mrs. John Lee of Scranton, program in observance of thechapter's
Church PahokeeJohn Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 Everyone welcome. Specialmusic and Mrs. Bud Burns of sisten'l birthday; and honoring
10.00 a. .-Bible Study -
and singing. Tenn. chapter members.
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship
A. Briley, Pastor 6:30: m.-Evening' Service .-.
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Pahokee Baptist '
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Carnival Planned Horace Burgnef!

(Meets at the Pahokee Woman's '.

Pahokee School, SUNDAY Club) SWEETHEART *., .

I HEAR THAT
9:45: : a. m.-Sunday School

Saturday .Oct. 30th 11:00: a. m.-Morning' Worship JAMES W.McGIMSEY x. .> ,
6:30: p. m.-B.T.C. WHY NOT. \ '
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7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship MILK
The Pahokee Parent-Teacher WEDNESDAY AT y ITS TOO GOOD I
Association, at the October meet 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer
ing in the high school auditorium Service MAR6ARET- TO BE JUST t

Monday night with President Don .. g$ *EIW4? p ... FOR THE \
Adams presiding voted to sponsor '
a Halloween Carnival Saturday The Pahokee Church i YOUN6/, :

I night pupils,Oct.first 30 through for elementary sixth grades school, Of The Nazarene f.d' I I "\1',., 9 ..j ,
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and preschool-age children. Wayne i'. \x, ...7"'
Burdeshaw is general chairman In Rev. Willard Kllpatrick ; 1 !y

I charge of arrangements for the 433 Bacom Point Rd. : ..-,
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carnival. Costumes will be judgedand Phone 924-7S28 P. O. Box 882 I" I I

prizes awarded for outstand- SUNDAY SERVICES: I \
,ing costumes In various classifications 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School ;.. t'
for each grade, details to 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship !
be announced later. 6:30: p. m.-Juniors :
Students of the junior-senior 7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening

high school, seventh through Evangelistic Service
SOUTHEAST FLORIDA DAIRY INSTITUTE SALUTES
twelfth grades, will not participatein WEDNESDAY. : ,
the carnival as has been the custom 7:30 p. ra..:-Midweek Prayer ", I j; < n\ ; .NATIONAL ,RESTAURANT; MONTHs

in the past.Instead, then will meetinlg. 4 1' -Jht Crt"t,a GWlD 1M V/addlakei. H family Out To E,*,"
be a Halloween masquerade'' ball "Where you are a stranger but
for high school students and their once" .. -

guests, with PTA: to furnish the .. elGffYC 1sli

supervised The resolution entertainment.to conduct, reg. Glades Baptist; ChurchRev. .
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ular PTA meetings only on alternate --- -- --
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( Jonathan L. Wolf)
months during the current
Meets in Pahokee Lions Club
school year, which was Introducedat
the September meeting, was Building
SUNDAY SCHOOL 0:45 a. M.
Dreams BecomeWHEN
introduced the
again at Mondaynight '
pRE Clmt I'L" !
-ll-OO: a and '
with
i meeting. In accordance
t7:30: : p.m. .,
PTA this resolution' I '
bylaws
may SUNDAY. T. P. -6:30: ji. m.
be voted on when introduced for ;
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WED. PRA7 ET 4:3A: ax itealty .
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the third time at the November p. ear o' s s o .
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meeting. If it Is passed by,a majority I' .. I '. :10. ..
'. vote at the November meeting Church Of God '
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there will be no regular Paho- EFS' FINANCES, IT!.
keo PTA In December Barfield i
meetings HighwayPahokee
Dream.no'longer !, I I Everglades Federal
February and April during:the .Savings provides

current ing of the school school year,year the last to',mett-be ta II, Stone: ,'Ulnljiter,FU.A. ? inancing.that, says "go ahead" ...... NOW Home

May. Mrs. Ralph Johnson,. mem- Phone 924-7343 I ". buying is made easy for you with liberal, low cost loans

'bership chairman, reported a paid- SUNDAY: up t :.and'a loan.'perl' d'up to 55\ye rs..I Yours: will be
up membership of more than 215.
The monthly attendance awards 11:00 045; a..ja.--Surjdaj: m'-Morning'Scootf."' \y6rshbTiWp : tailored*to fit smoothly;'.wittiiiryoUr income.and circumstances

went to Mrs. Dena Peel's.Second I ,: ,+mA-Macgelbttc: "irevice with '
mofitiily payments
Grade group at the elementary '' :" .1 easy ? bringing you
school and to Mrs. Gladys"".]Hit: TUESDAY: closer to debt=;fee hon1e'"owh'ershipI Nice: "You said it

rlngton's Seventh Grade group at 7:80 p. .-Youth. for Christ
junior high school. Service . why not come in today!

Kyle Scott, program chairman. .

introduced the Palm Beach Judge Bmery County Newell Juvenileand of First*Baptistf ,. INVEST IN A NEWEVERGLADES HOME

Domestic Relations Court,who Church, Canal Point 4
told of the work of his court and'explained

why the names of juven- Rev. Jame* Harriicb. FEDERAL
lie law offenders'are withheld SUNDAY: ,
from news media. 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School
Rev. Guthrie Oolvard. pastor of 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship' Savings And Loan Association

the Pahokee First Baptist Church, 6:30p. nu B. T. C ACCOUNTS INSURED BT FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP.Pahokee .
gave the opening devotional 7:80 p. HL -Evening Wcnhip

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1 Page Eight The Everglades'News, Canal Point,'Florida.. __..._ ______ Friday October 22, 1963
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i Ronald A Ter Haar Sea Lions Will Live Bridal Shower For" *s 111',.'l" ''U(""'". '"" .,. '" -.1 of" 1. .

On State's West Coast Miss Faith SasserMiss

r Assistant Agent ST. PETERBURG-Two transplanted l
Californians have found Faith Sasser will be honored
For ACL Railroad the environment of Florida's West with a bridal shower and luncheonon I
Coast so enjoyable they've taken I Saturday, October 23, at 130p.m. In Florida ;
at the Tower View Restaurantin ,
steady Jobs and plan to remain on
Lake Placid.] Hostesses are to be
J An appointment of interest to a permanent basis. Mrs. John Saceman, Mrs. Jack after golfbeer's
folks in the Glades is that of Ronald The two Californians are Corky Scarborough and Mrs. Gene Polk. t
I- A. Ter Haar as assistant com and Sam, two-year-old sea lions -. '-- the one.. .
mercial agent to Bob Lanier of the who were Introduced as a new act

Atlantic Coast Line in Belle Glade. :I at the Aquatariura on. St. Peters- State School Head for good taste
I Young Ter Haar takes the job made burg Beach recently Just two
j vacant by the promotion of II. A. months ago the two young sea ,
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i Woodham to commercial agent in lions were frollcing around Santa From Pinellas Co. \ good fun,
: i; Pahokee where he replaced C. G. Barbara Island In the Pacific, and j -
i 'I\ (Windy) Willis, retired. now they are displaying their talents Takes On New Job I Irl'
I Mr. Ter Haar has had four years at the St. Petersburg Beach!
experience in the railroad businessand tourist attraction.
more recently been employedin Corky and Sam'flew from California Florldas new State Superintendent ,
the post office in Pahokee.A July 2 and immediatelywent of Public: Instruction is 50- '
native of :Michigan, Ter Haar into their training routine. year-old Floyd, T. Christian, who .1 # ji .
attended Calvin College, Grand Rapids I They soon l learn.d: to perform and served for the past 17 years as 'm" I
I and later served for two years now have a variety of tricks which County Superintendent of Pinellas
I in the United States Army as a Include balancing, retrieving objects County ... ... ..
I I paratrooper. rolling over ,climbing a ladder Christian, a life-long school man, e\ I! I", .. t' ., --" -. -".. ;
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Ter Haar and his wife, the former saying their prayers and took office October 1 and took the !" \" .. .'..
ti Miss Linda Hand, are residing catching hoops about: their necks. formal Oath of Office on Monday, I -
y' at 2330 E. Main Street, Pahokee. "It doesn't take long to make a October 4. He was named to the After a hard-played 18.holes,.i t's'good to
good Floridian out, of a California top school post by Governor HaJr- "J' 1\\ settle'cloitti on a soft chair in the clubhouse
native," says their trainer, Don don Burns, jo succeed State School '
Baptist Revival McSheehy, Supt. Thomas D. Bailey who retir- l' and add up the score with friends
'11. ed for health and business reasons. "What better'time for the drink that scores with ..
The' new state school chief Is the
Planned Pahokee Swamp Buggy Races almost beer?
; 16th State Superintendent of Public every golfer-cool, thirst-quenching
I All Set For Naples Instruction for Florida. Yes, beer's great to relax with, great".for refresh

Starting Oct 31st Christian was elected Pinellai ment, great for.taste. So whatever your sport-
,NAPLES The annual Swamp County Superintendent of Public
Buggy Races, a unique contest In Instruction in 1948, the same year boating or btseban: -,swimming or tennis-relax
The revival services at the First the field of sports, will be staged I the man he succeeds, Tom Bailey, aft rwards with the zestful taste of beer.
Baptist Church of Pahokee will Sunday, Oct. 31, on the Mile 'o Mud won office as State Superintendent ;,
begin on Sunday,' October 31. Dr. track at this Southwest Florida : He was re-elected In 1962 and UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. @
John Howell, Pastor of the First resort city.It and again In 1964 P.0 BOX 273.WINTER PARK.FLORIDA
Baptist Church of DeLand, will will be the 11th running of the( In 1957, when the county received -
be the preacher for these services races which will be preceded ')n authorization to appoint Its _____ c---_ __-------------
The DeLand Church is the College Triday and Saturday, Oct. 29 and school chief, he became the first President of the Florida Education MA degrees from the Gainesville
church to many of the students at 30, by the selection of a Swamp appointed superintendent in Flor Association In 1955. That same university and has done advanced
Stetson University. The First Buggy Queen, a coronation ball, a ida. He was reappointed in 1960 year, Governor Collins named him work at Peabody College and Columbia -
Church of Pahokee has four students parade through the streets of and again in 1963. a member of the Florida Educational University..
at Stetson at this time. Naples and other carnival trap- The school system he headed in Television Commission and Christian is married to the
Dr. Howell one pings. Pinellas County was named In 1960
is recognized as In 1965 Governor Burns named
.. of the most effective young ministers This "Mardi Gras of Mud," as It by the American Association of him as one of the first appointeesto I former Margaret LJttleJohn of
in the Florida Baptist Con has been dubbed, has to be seen School Administrators and the National the newly-organized Boards of Clearwater. The Christians have
\ vention, and the pastor of the First ,to be believed, as do the swamp School Board Association as Regents.He three children Mrs Claude EL
i Baptat Church of Pahokee Is very buggies themselves. The ungainly one of the 20 outstanding systemsin Is'a graduate of the University Leiby of St. Petersburg, Floyd
pleased that he Is to be in Paho vehicles are devised to penetratethe the nation. Thomas Christian, Jr., a student
I kee for these revival services. Everglades and utilize power Christian served as President of of Florida, where he starred as at the University of Florida, and
I High attendance day In the Sun ful motors and oversized tires to the Florida Association' of County an athlete and was named to Flor- I Robert Rick Christian 14, a junior .
I I day School has been set for October -I splash through the gooey terrain. Superintendents .In 1954 and as ida Blue ,Key. He holds AB and high school .tud- t. '

I 31 with a goal of 365.: There will ... "
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2,375
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State Welfare Aid YOUNG HO!

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'o I Rev. Paul M. Cassen, Chairman '
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of Distrlc 10 Welfare Board of V GO CHEVRON!

I the State Department of Public .
;. Welfare reported that during the

month of September in Palm -
Beach County a total of 2,375 per. I
I sons received Old Age Assistance
", in the amount of $112,340.124 persons 7Vtit'
/'y: received Aid to the Blind : Three great new gasolines by
u, !; totaling $7,53. 1,263 families received ; ,a ';> r' ,. ,y ; n; Standard.Three reasons to cheer

: Aid to Families with Dependent 't';'? 2 :, ,+ f, the fun-team pf the year. Your
I Children in the amount of '' ; modern car and the go-go fuels
$79,276.577: received $32-
persons 't. created for it. The
champ Chevron;
221, in Aid to the Disabled.In < ; a new ,
addition 314 children received "' the livelier g asolin,s.Packed with sparkling

:I service during the month of A' a, new power,new fui.. New whisper-quiet,too. '
IM September 218 of whom were in P a '' ; The action starts now at your Standard station. ,
foster homes. The total state and
local cost for direct child care was 4 \,rah ...where we take better can of your car :r

111,856: ,
Pam Beach is -
County represented
on the District Ten Welfare M. Keen
Agent
Board by Rev. Paul M. Cassen, ,
'\ Chairman,, John F. Thomas, Jr., of
West Palm Beach Mrs. Wilda x Canal Point, Florida
'" Tufts of Lantana, J. T. McMur-
rain of Delray Beach, and Mrs
Marion Bleech of Pahokee.

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