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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 22, 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: UF00079910:00200
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Jake Plilt Dies Soro>ity PlanChristmas Bus Station Will Dr. Ames Will Go Auxiliary Group

Party To Dental MeetingMrs.

( &ddenly.After Re-Open Canal Pt Officers Are Put
Urs.tCaorol 'Mclnlo'was hostess Richard K. Ames and children
to tthe iPkl Gamma Ha tsorority left Thursday for Nashville,
; Short Dbess Monday night. Mrs. Dorothy Buck WelbtratingCanal North Carolina, where they will be Into Office

ner preside; Members voted to the guests this weekend of Mr and
f change the meeting days to the Mrs.; Gene Braswell and family.I i _
i( Friends gatittmd ,at tlhe Canal first ,and 'third Thursday of each Nut has been without a From Nashville, they will go to I, The installation of officers of the
f Point Baptist Church Tuesday afternoon month. bus station for several months but Richmond, Virginia, for a> visit with Everglades Memorial Hospital
at five rfelockffor the fu- The service program forlheoiom- all that bas changed this week her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Auxiliary) was conducted during the
t aexal of James TQrammeD (Jake) inc year will be volunteer time when W. IL Webb, Sr.. re-opeaed Jacob. regular meeting in the hospital
: Platt, 53, who died 'peacefully Sunday gift.and sertice to needy (children the Shell Service Station with full Dr. Ames plans to leave Saturday dining room Tuesday night r
afternoon following .a short in Eartrgladee Memorial Hospital operation of a tons station,therein. for San Francisco, California Mn: Grace Maxson was inducted
sdx.day battle with acute leukemia. with :lnnd$ from the chapter used lit will serve as agent 'for Trail for a short visit with his parents; president; Mrs.'Marjorie Lab, vice- .
The! tend came in laikeland(General for a special Christmas for tchfidren'tn ways and for the Greyhound Lines Mr. and Mrs. Orris K. Ames, and president; Mrs. Marian Hatton, recording
Hospital where local doctors had the borpital. For many years Mr. Webb operated then go on to Las Vegas, Nevada, secretary; Mrs. Margaret
.emhlm: on Wednesday :leports The next meeting will fee :.held a bus station in Pahokee where he will attend the national Fanjul, corresponding'' secretary;
from ,an examination .made Wed- November.. :4.. .. across the street from Yandegrift- convention of the American Dental and Mrs. Marilyn Poteete, treasur
'aeedtp were told the family ,on --.- .e. Williams Farm In conjunction Association
Thursday with the Admonition that. with the bus station he operated a .. er.Prior to ,the installation, Mrs.
', three days might be the limit. Local Garden Club overrate station, and repair shop,I Esther Hundley, installing officer,
Fnaexal services wtoe jnnder the specializing in lawn mowers and addressed the group in a brief talk
direction of Rev Lawrence Slew Gets New Members mower motors. II. also conducted Emmett S. Roberts on "Merchants of LI ht." She presented -
art, paster of the church and Jkur- a bay duplicating service there. each officer,with a gloriosalily
sal was i* Perry, Fla., 4)n Wednes This week, workmen have been Named ChairmanChristmas corsage.At .
day. WeOerington Fmtfcal Boipe October Meeting 1 busy, under the direction of Paul the business session Mrs. Ona
was in charge of arrangements. Sasaer, Shell Distributor, cleaning Faye Unity, ways and means chair
Pall bearers were: F. G.Gulls, Dow up :the Shell StaUOII'an4 the ur- SealsAnother man, reported the Tending machines -
Geiger, Ralph Crews, Jamey: Sims I Mrs. Ronald Dempsey and Mrs.I|roundoffs preparatory to' Mr. in the ho.pltallobby. sponsored
Franklin ama, Russell Sims, Jackie M. F. George were welcomed at'Webb4* mote from ,Pahokee., This by the Auxiliary, are return
Sims and Fey Sims. new members of the Canal Point week'he moved all of his repair honor'' has come to the ing a small profit. She said a vending -
Survivors foetade his wife, Mrs. Garden Crab at the October meetIng *. eqplpmot from the Pahokee spot dean of the''' Palm Beach I County cart is being prepared for carrying -
if yrle 'Platt, Ore daughters Vies I held in the Community BuildIng to the new location in Canal Point deleatlon-llen. Emmett 'I S. Roberts from room to room various-
Judith Platt and Pahokee, Mrs. Joann at the Glades Park Thursday where helm ready to serfs the pub- State Representative,'of Belle small) items popular with the public -
Chastaia otf Miami and Mrp.Jettie. I.afternoon, ''With Mrs.. Floyd Erlck- Uc. Glade. This time he has been named for the convenience of patients.
(Jeannle) Schell of Vandtatmrg son president, presiding. I t On the 'spot in ,Pahokee whereMr. chairman of the 59th, Annual Thl.'eart.1a expected to be in operation
, Air Foca Base, CaWoreUt i; The group discussed: plans for; .Webb operated few raaajr years, Christmas Seal Campaign, which is in the plsr future, and if
Ids mother; &* .. 'Jetti Platt of thelwiutificationef the, riangnlarreadsUe a pewr: .ary a resihl, be peDed.j scheduled td'tary'Nov?land continue present .>>ta'uU.. atried out will -
tx" faTt; tu ...... Mrs' "Xutne.Drown ; park east of'Stools Grocery --.-._._?.*_.<..*..- through December.. make twq rotmds\daily 'to the
of Perry,Mnu:'Owene Stn bs hi'Canal' Point, 'filth emphasis I The appointment\ was made by rooms of patients. V, .
of Americus, Georgia, Mrs. Christine .n adding more color to the'Gia4eFavors' ( The Jerald C. Daniels, president of the Mrs*, ,Alys Okie reported small ,
I flhuttlesworth .f Warner Robbins park through the plainting of additional .I 'Palm Beach County Tuberculosis A packets ,of note paper and envelopes -
Georgia and Mrs. ErnestineCondi ornamental Health Association, {who said, "We are to be prepared ,for dim*
*? of Tallahassee; five brother shrubs and trees.. It was flowertn'J.Sort of Time We are'Indeed fortunate to have Representative I tributlon l toipstients by the Auxiliary
Joe and Mike beth of Quit- that a committee from th Roberts head this through the. courtesy of the
van, Georgia, H. T., of Jliajni Club[ is working with a committee paign. I know of 'no one eam.1 I Glades Observer.
Springs, B. B. of San Bernardino, from the Canal Point Lions Ctb Enjoy at Present more able! or who..has a Mrs. )Maxson reminded members
California, L. C.of Fort )dyers and on this,project. / concern for the welfare of the people I that membership.dues for the 186m
lour grandchildren.Mr. Announcement was made >of'all a ) of our county end our state 66 year must ,be' turned in to the
Platt was a valued employeeof seminar of District 10 Federa i If a poll were taken today in the than. Representative Roberts. treasurer, Mrs.. Poteete,by the next
The Everglades News, having tion of Garden Clubs to h held at Locke' Okeechobee Farming Region, .In accepting the appointment, meeting, NOT, 23. The dues are $3
It would show that folks I
been the moving ,force in the mechanical Boca Baton this FridayOct.. 90. ,probably lepresentatite Roberts .said. "I a year for a sustaining member,
.department of this newspaper On the program }fr.. Lee Kahle are pretty well satisfied with thetime deem it:an honor to again serve asftristmas who is, required to serve 50 hours
for 80 years and eight led the group in a study of botany. of day they are,now enjoying.Not Seal chairman for our a year in Auxiliary work, either in
of them would be in favor

months. Regular in his work habits, tfrs. John S. Harrington gave a many TB Association. The tremendous in- or outside the hospital; and f 10 a ..
of changing to Daylight Saving
ie missed only a handful of days talk on "Florida Birds, with special crease in the incidence of respiratory year"for a sustaining' member, .who
from 'work during that more than reference to. the Everglade* Tine. I diseases such as emphysema mall Volunteer to work in the Auxiliary :
a quarter of a century. One time a Kite, which is Bearing extinction A statewide poll of merchants on I. alarming and an extremely* seri- 'but is not required to do so. %
few years ago he had a spell! ofhigh Mrs, ,G. H. (Duke) 'Tucker'wsbawarded the 'fubject of Daylight the Florida SavingTime Gus problem.'I am pleased to have The $100 life membership does not
blood pressure and was off a price as first place winner is underway by a part in helping our association have to be renewed annually.Mrs. .
.. from work for ten days. Another in a'quix program relating .State Retailers Association. The to make progress against this erip.pUn& Maxson'led the group in the
mall and
.' the identification of Florida birds. poll is being taken both by "
disease. ,
time or two during the long tenureof lung opening Auxiliary Prayer. Mrs
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labor, he missed a couple days Mrs. Ralph. Duran and Mrs An.tonlo :by personal contact.The will Representative Roberts is ,aatpre.lldeftt Cletla; lIand'.u'in charge of thelerrifiC
merchant
Moron were hostesses during I state group of the aa.oelaUon'nd i
, 'l '! from work of refreshments at the closeof
,.r Jake, ube was well 44 f soj> the serving of refreshments. tile' not take a position on the subject has been a member of the Board of: the" meeting.. .. .COt/ef'aDd. cake ., :
ably known to,hi*.fri reds, was'agreat close of 0ie 'meetbig. :;, until It has a consensus of the Dallas viewsof Directors for 1&re"fI. A.the dean were"efljofed.. '. V, ,-*,' i
.. all Florida retailing, says ..
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1. Hosteller, executive director, '. a I
i J. each fall looked forward to'the Lions the association.I : ''There. delegation.. Mr. Roberta has served! ; : I|
OffkiaiVisits are pros '
.J' hunting To strike j a. chairman and as a member of
1J'... season. up a eon- aDd cons," ,says ,Hostetler, "sad Funeral Services
wsi many committees where he
\; venation with him it only necessary major
-: different "
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views segments ,
vary I
.. ;, L.. to mention bird or deer Local Club Florida's assistedn developing legislation ;
of
" hunting. He was a lover of both economy. designed to meet Florida's'problems For John P.Adams
An act of the Florida Legislaturewould ,
w .. sports. Fishing, also, came in for be required for adoption of In higher education; finance ,,and
its share of his attention. Bill Brewer of Fort Pierce, governor Daylight Saving Time, and the retailers taxation; government reorganiza- .
1 Jake 'is gone. The Everglades of Lions' DistrkU5-D. paid feel there is enough interest lon;' drainage and water conservation Funeral services were held Tuesday {
N News will never be the same again. an official visit to the Canal Point in the subject to cause the lawmakers t agriculture and migrant labor I morning! mt 11 o'clock at the
problems and others.Representative First Baptist Church in Pahokee a
, Lions Gob in the Community lend attentive ,
Building Monday night Mr. Brewer to an ear. Roberts a meinbet for"John Pa Adams, 80, who died
was introduced by Melvin Paul, of the Episcopal Church; a suddenly Friday from electrie
Joint Services On past president of the club. ihriner;' past district governor of shock at his home in Clesrwater.
: In his address, Mr. Brewer gave Smith Family Goes the Lions Club; pest exalted rulerof The deceased was the son of Mr.
: : SundayNight a report of Lionism on all ,levelsof the Belle Glade Elks and past and Mrs. D. A. Adams of Pahokee.
endeavor-district, state, national To Georgia. On Visit resident of the County Resources Survivors include his widow re
f .and InternationaL During the "; Development Board. Donna Susan, one ion, Brian Steven
The Canal Point Methodists and .visit he conferred with club officers Mr. and Mrs. R. T. 'Smith, accompanied I d..a ,' one daughter, Belinda Susan
,I the Canal Point Baptists worship and department chairmen on by Mr. and Mrs. HarryB. MAJORS IN MUSIC all of Clearwater; his parents, Mr.
',,: rye"2 together each fifth Sunday evening. .club activities for the past year Elarbee and son* Kirk, were David Cunningham, son of Mr. and Mrs..David; Adams, two brothers -
t the custom of several years isJSfrUrontinwd and plans for the future. wektnd'Yi.ltofl in Tifton, GeorU -' and Mrs. D. W Cunningham, of Glenaland.jT, all of Paho
1 "this Sunday night .when I & "hen..tM, participated in the. Pahokee has been selected at FSU keg; I three sisters, Mrs. Sandra
tho Methodist and Baptist Churches :RETURNS HOME: birthday celebration of Mr. Smith's ta participate the student ordination Prescott* Yero'Beach; Mrs. Karen
.' "*...+worship together I The., service Is I Mrs. Erie Keen has returned to mother, Mrs. Lain Smith on her at the Southeastern Region: Sloan. West Palm 'Beach and Miss'
, {" scheduled for 7:30 p.m. at ,t&o I her home in Canal Point from,Sara- Stat birthday. They also visited his al Convention of'the National.Association Lois Adams of Pahokee.
I 1"4' .' Canal Point Methodist ChnrchjritbRev. sol where she baa beers caring' for brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Teachers of,Singingto The pastor of the church, Rev.
r Lawrence Stewart as the her daughter IIn. D. L. Fender, Mrs. Sidney Smith, and enroute be held at the University Coon Cutfarie Colvard, officiated at the
speaker. Special music has been ar.t during' her illness,'Mrs Keen*plans home visited their son, Johnny gin, Athens, Georgia this weekend.Mr. .; last rites Wetheriagton>D Funeral u
t ranged. .Everyone ,is cordially 1DYiW'to1 to return to Sarasota after apend-'I Smith,, an I instructor at Golden Cunningham is presently a Home was' ta'charge of arrange
attend Ihla'H TkL bg'a few days' la Canal Point. Hills Academy near alMtrme...'.. senior majoring in'musie at FSU. ments. ;
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Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida

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I a, full;and complete' line of electrical '

Appliance Sales : appliances both. large and WONDER: TREEWORLD'S

anally,They. 'wilL Doodle Amana

n+ Ant Service Will'Q Westinghouse, Maytag! and Lennox I

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the Organization and opening of .....1

4 : Iiu !! Southern Appliance Sales and Service ,'- I

:::; in Pahokee in the building Thurmond W. Knight ii

owned by Jack Chastain and formerly *'* VRHILTOR

i'' occupied;! the post office; ,: FASTEST SHADE

in Pahokee several years ago. J -:- I:
The Rardin Building In Canal Point, Florida At the head of the new concernare A tiny eNd 3 year ago. now-at 21
wilt '
ft, beautiful shade tree be 45
THE LAkE OtfEEQHOBEE REGION HOME OF two experienced electrical appliance ft: at 7 years old Salt tolerant,
men.jaJIarry.J3roak3 .E1ar. I freeze proof, small leaves fcned no
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,' 'fIlE EVE1GLADESN.E W8 : bee .and Charles Jernigan. Mr, Jer- 1 trash around no grows root runners extremely, plant tut.year al.

nlgan hash d nine---years experi'enelf'ttr'"that'1fne'l1ndMr most evergreen, I brought this North
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-. Pole scrub to Florida and converted
Serving the Lake Okecchobee Farming Region Without. ; Elarbee I It to the most wonderful tree ever
I errup'ttol\-: ,t)" Week. for 40.TTeart: 't 1 has been in the ,business for :six placed on Fla soil by mart or Cod
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We specialize In the 5 ft. $5 00 size,
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Established Marcii 11,1924 _- Published' Every 'Friday".4t years > -0- which we furnish with planting and

..M. .. !Canal Point Flofida'.33438 '.... The building is undergoing a WHEN YOU ARE READY TOBUY t care Instructions. of Post.our. paid sale and are
Most
complete overhauling this week. guaranteed:
Volume 41,:Number 33 October 29. 1965 OR SELL YOUR FARM from neighbors of our past custo-
', The floors are being sanded pre- OR ACREAGE, CALL "COUSIN It men All varieties of nursery .stock
'The, Everglddes News1 Is.Entered at;the Post Office paratory'' to painting.. New glass THURMOND". OPEN SUNDAYS.literature Writs for freepicturesand

In Canal Point. fjgorlda, as Second Class Matter doors will be installed and the interior '

:Subscription;[Price; $2.00 Year In Advance will be given a new coat of PHONE: 814-1355, mile CARTS east NURSERY'Jl of 4t ell 44,

paint. ..Messrs. Jernigan and Elar P> O., BOX 14207, FLA

Paul Rardin ,-> :, -. .. Owner, Editor,publisherGAINESVILLE I. bee plan to .air condition the build NORTH PALM1 BEACH, INVERNESS

fng before they/open business .

I I in a few w eks." '" \ I FLORIDA CLASSIFIED ADS PAY

hirsiQrms Infjfe Money Avails! Je The new concern plans. to handle BIO DIVIDENDS
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Glasses MBB 8BBB
Purchase
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breeding ground,for.thunderstorms.averagingmore ---,.'--, := 'J ; ):

:otthem: per day There may'be 9,. J '.,; ... .)'J ,_ .t
underprivileged
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then any: other state,Jn .the nation, I .
child in 'the Canal Point
'h-highest : area
number.occur in thewestcentral

around: part of' the state: afford that needs to pay eyo for glasses them..and. If this can't is t thonef524-g5ll- ahokee Phone WY 6'? 255& Belle'blade ::Xg :

the Tampa Bay area,
say ..
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the fact and the cast is meritorious
JCeith Butson,' ,tateljcliinatologlst fja
SALES and SERVICE
then the Canal Point Lions .
with Florida's. :Agricultural :Experiment ,
Club stands..ready and able to \7
Station .
make the *$:" Heating Conditioning .
purchase. Appliances <
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"This.is largely .due to mot.st.yvJnda '>. .

A small accumulation of cash is !1A"::
sweeping '[off the 'surrounding I

A. Most thunderstorms bodies of water he placed said. on hand with' and_the'members'local. civic of r the organization +;.. 9. 4>4;'*}4t !>!+s.:st>s:s:".:".*t:*>.*.Jlpsrs4y.>.J 45Mi5p'4:.i;*"; **;'- 5. ).>f>4riaa>,.


group are anxious to take care of
during summer afternoons when
: any particular case,where the need
tIJ.eearth. surface i*>warm. But-
is apparent and the .recipientwouldn't
son_explainsthat,after': the ''sun
be able to make the purchase
, sets, chancesfor aoitonn are less

" since there's not-:enough heat to himself I
Through,the years the organization
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: carry. &upwards;;
I' has done an excellent ,work in
s: The weather expert says that
the civic field, taking for its prime,
as the sun:heats upithe earth"dur-
project, seeing that street I1Cht.lI : :.i e nIes > ?tti woC'.dl N,
lag the jearlyipart=af-thlay?hot
provided in Canal Point There
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moist alprises-in'columns'td: 'form I :
I "clouds. These Carcoften-be&een at are dozens and dozens of folks who .;
I enjoy the benefit of street lights L l5
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Usually 4
5 that "don't .donate'a dime toward 't.F
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with moisture "drawn from either
..1', Gulf : their' cost This fact 'doesnt pre-
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'If,;'.\ < vent the Lions Club from raising
ticThis the cash ,each from a
f. year groupof
rising moist air cools
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interested citizens and turning
quickly" Butson says, "and'begin.reaching" .
; t it,over to the ,power company to s
the- dew-' point which '
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cover street costs.
humid air must reach: before water ; light ,
\ Outstanding money-raising a
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vapor liquid.4A :
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good example ofr phenomenon Novem- .
turkey.shoot scheduled for ,
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her' 19, 20 ,and 22. Members plan ...
on -the .:csld9 i your <,:, (1: '.', x.
( (lass >fic4te- .* *- .. to hold'the;shoot,over the dika/: ,- '' l o"

t '-l1te'.m&l1 Water', the lower edge ,of the berm. It11shoped.that r' ,
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\ any electri. Installitanywhere-andywranforgetit : type,fuel'.. and it adds to the loy of -.0, y,'

',. Gal DJJrh yndeE'( lweeni done by the piece. Cal) :Needs.no aitentlon .'. '. completely>ant+,- .nod ern Brings u V* ;:, ,
parll'Jt seen: .
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>> Canal Point 942-7206. Itpd.F01T Watic. No flames .
open no tf/1
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ixegaUye charges,Ztu 8Qnrsayarthttthunder .SALE: Hfttpolnt:dishwa h.r; *, ilot'.t.No.lames br oeioga, Ioaa't need .. ? Water HtOttft it )oat .,.- J.*" {
J rdeluxe model.'Price $40 for:quick1sale. PJJOIMCC..JIltforel<''a+knttuatrocecr j) .-td,. .tl
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Friday;.09efbber 29, 1965
Pare Four The Eve !ade. Newt, Canal Point. :J'Jodda
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Local HalloweenGames
Joann Tucker presided at Miss Gale,Steam of Ftoridav State
Mrs. W. K. Buchanan returned to I to West Palm Beach Wednesday
her home Monday after being a patient night to view the movie "La Bo- the Monday night meeting of the University, Tallahassee, spent this
at Everglades Memorial Hoe heme." LOPES held in the ladies loungeof past weekend a* the guest t of her goodies, goblins, ghosts!
pital for several days. I Miss Marilyn't.Mock spent this the Elks Club. Newly elected parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pope Searsin That's whatfis-Being' >> offered for the-

Mrs. Gilbert Harrington returnedto past Sunday-as the guest of her officers are as 'follows president, Canal Point. Halloween carnival sponsored by-
her home last weekend following sister and brother-in-law: Mr. and Mrs. Alice Spooner; vice president, Mrs. W. C.TGlUng and :ffics. Cal- the Canal Point. T. A. on Satur-

surgery at Everglades Memorial I Mrs. David Ramey. and daughter, in Mrs. Mildred Lavender; secretary, vin Britton motored to Gainesvillethis day, October The carnival committee ,
Cocoa. Mrs.* Marie Joiner; treasurer Mrs. past weekend to visit their has endeavored to stress en-

Hospital.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Mock, Jr., Hazel Darden and parliamentarian, children who are attending;the Uni- tertainmentrather than the money
W. E. Johnson was a patientat Mrs. Marian Bleech.Installation' Florida. affair. Each
of Jacksonville were the weekend versity of raising aspect of the
Everglades Memorial Hospital guests of his parents, Mr. and'Mrs. of officers will be Mr. and Mrs.Ray Singtetary hadas grade will have an entertainment
undergoing tests. held November ?9. Six\ new members -
Rupert Mock, Sr. their guest this past weekend booth as follows:
Mrs. Nellie Reuter of West' Palm Mrs. C. B. Jones and Alton Jones were welcomed. They are,Mrs.I their daughter, Miss Connie Single- First grade, dart board; second,,
Beach ,is the guest of her sister, Mary ,Alike Sullivan, Mrs. Marie I Tallahas
weekend'visit student at FSU
hole third
have returned from a tary, a grade, fisMwr ; grade
Mrs. W. S. Cross, for several days.W. Funderburk, Mrs., Eva Spooner,
with Mr. and Mrs. David Jonesin rides fourth grade, bottle
S. Cross, who has been a pa- Mrs. Gladys Boles, Mrs. Carolyn see.Miss Branch hostessto pony ;
Gainesville. Tammy was fish fifth grade, basket ball throw
tient at Everglades Memorial Hos- .. Jernigan and Mrs.'Susan Sasser. the senior MYF of Pahokee First and;sixth grade, mystery packages

pital since last Friday, returned to BRIDAL SHOWER Methodist Church at her home Sun- for sale Popcorn, pastries and cote
his home yesterday after undergoing
The home of Mrs. Hugo Boe, 2076 Mrs. Will day night. will be available for the sweet
for Lively
treatment several days.Rev.
Mrs. Bill Whitcomb and daughter
East Main Street, was the scene tooth.
and Mrs.Alabama John Stewart the of Saturday from.3:30 to 5 p.m. of a Speak In Pahokee, Pam, of St. Petersburg are the The schedule of events is planned
Enterprise, are
guests of his son and daughterinlaw bridal shower in compliment to guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. thus: the cafeteria; will be open be-
Mrs. Kyle Scott, 'Jr., of Lake Jack Spencer. tween 6:00 and 8:30 serving
p.m.
November 1 at 8
Rev. and Mrs. Lawrence Stew Monday, p.m.
Worth Before her marriage to Mr. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. chili, hamburgers, hot dogs, pie
art, and sons for several days. ( Mrs. E. M. Lively of Belle Glade,
Mrs. Edythe Smith, postmaster Scott at Dothan, Alabama, Sep- known throughout the state of W. A. Stevens were their nephewand coffee and cokes. Prices win be
Bill
j tember 11, the bride was Elizabeth niece, Mr. and Mrs. held to a minimum wherever possi
in Canal Point, went to a school at Florida for her inspirational Christian
Kay Williams of Belle Glade. Grimes, Jr., and children of Tampa. ble. Large take-out containers for
the main post office in West Palm work, will be guest speaker at Linda Wilson has returnedto
Miss
Hostesses with Mrs. Boe were chili will be available for those
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Beach on Wednesday to learn more the November meeting of the Pa
effective ways of handling the mail Mrs. I. M. Lair, Mrs. J. G. Thomas, hokee Methodist Woman's Societyof her studies at Andrew College, wishing eat at home. Costumed

during the Christmas holidays.Mrs. Jr.,, Mrs. R.,B. Simonson and Mrs. Christian Service in the church Cuthbert, Georgia, following a youngsters will assemble in their
her
visit with
weekend
Rupert Mock is expected to Mae Laflin.In chapel. The program will be followed Wilson.Witnesses rooms at 6:00 p.m. and the paradeto
return to her home this week from the receiving line with the ,by a brief business session.AT Mrs. Selma mother'l and around the auditorium will
Cocoa where she has been the: honoree was her mother, Mrs. L. begin at 6:15 p.m.
daugh-I Bruce Williams of Belle Glade; Each grade will have one winner

.ter. Mrs. Kyle P. Scott, Sr., mother of I BRIDAL SHOWER t 1:in each of these categories: prettiest
the and Boe. Mrs: the recent bridal For Assembly .
Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Tillis were bridegroom Mrs. Attending most appropriate for Halloween
the recent guests of her sister-in- Scott, Jr., wore a pale yellow car- shower and luncheon for Miss Faith II' most original and* funniest.
nation the two mothers, Sasser, bride elect of Jack Sace- In most schools there is I'
law, Mrs. Lila Jaudon, in Wauchula.Mr. corsage; I today Prizes will be awarded to the win.
and Mrs.' C. L. Stuart have yellow mum corsages; and the man, held at the Tower View Restaurant very little said about God becauseof ners.. The booths will open after
returned to Canal Point from several hostesses, yellow hibiscus corsages. last Saturday, were Mrs. the 'recent Supreme Court rul- the judging of costumes is com
weeks' 'stay at their home in Special guests were the honoree's I Doris Sasser, Mrs. Penny Clark, ing on prayer and Bible reading, plete. A surprise ending will windup

Black, Alabama, and a visit with grandmother, Mrs. Clyde Williamsof Mrs. Martha Mcintosh, Mrs. Alma but November 26-28, the Vero activities for the evening about
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Hobe Sound, and aunt, Mrs. Dol- !Farrow and Mrs. Johnnie Verhulst. I Beach Junior High School walls 9:30 p.m.

and Mrs. Jordan Walker, at Mont- ly Merritt of Jupiter. --+. ... will resound with nothing but pray- Remember, the parade and surprise
gomery, Alabama The table, laid with a white,embroidered RAMEYS ARE IIOME I ers, Bible reading and discussionsas I event are opea only to students
linen cloth, had an ar 1,000 Jehovah's Witnesses hold of Canal Point School and
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McIntosh Mr. and Mrs. George B. Ramey
were the weekend guests of Dr.I I rangement of yellow: mums as the i spent the weekend at Rockledge ; their semi-annual circuit assembly,!'pre-schoolers who would be eligible"to
centerpiece, and was lighted with according to Miles P. Crum,
and Mrs. David Bleech and family :where they were the house guests I presiding attend there if they were of'

in Fort Pierce. I IjU (I yellow Tiny yellow tapers flowers In crystal were candelabra., embedded :of their son-in-law and daughter, : minister. of the local congregation. school age.Beta .
Mrs. J. D. Latham has returned and 0. Miller III .
Mr. Mrs. Hugh a.
in the Ice in the
ring floating I Saturday's will include
program
to her home in Canal Point from aweek's
and family. They were'accompanied
crystal punch bowl.,Miss Joan Mc- baptising pew ministers, climaxed I Omicron In
visit with her son and to Rockledge their grandson ,
by ,
in of the I ,
Klnstry was charge guestbook. by Joseph Saia, district supervisorof
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Graham Miller, who had been their Chapter MeetingThe
James'., Latham, in Atlanta, Geor |I guest, for a week. Mr. and Mrs. the Southeastern' United States,
Among the beautiful and useful | speaking on the subject, "Showing

gia.Mr.. and Mrs.'Boyd Vorhees, Jr1had i gifts received by the honoree 'wasa Ramey also'-law Visited, Mr,their'and Mrs.son Da anddaughterln .Discernment in the,Ministry. Beta Omicron,Chapter, Beta

as Sunday guests, her parents, sterling iUver'cake -server 'from vid Ramey and granddaughter, I The public is invited to all sessions I Sigma Phi Sorority, met at the

Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Walker of the hostesses. 1><1. Marjorie Deanna, -, ,: and especially to hear the I Ii I home of Mrs. Kay Korbly Thursday
Naples.Mr. P advertised lecture 'which will be1!night and made plans for a pledge

.. and Mrs. Dick Parrish and Baptist Revival ",' -4. i presented at 3:00 p.n: ., SWtday,-en-I I ritual to be conducted for the chap.
daughter, Debbie, were Supday WMU MEETING'NOY.'ETheNovewner I titled,',"What Does the Resurrection ter's pledre.at the home ef Mrs.
guests of their daughter and son- : muting of she of tha Dead Mean ty!' YousSandYours Beth Elarbee on November 4. Mrs (!"

.. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Maxson, Planned Pahokee $ 'iWMU will be T" Joseph Saia will discuss Kay Korbly presented the program
and son, Todd, in Boca Raton. held at the home of Mrs. W. S. this important teaching of,the Bible entitled "Jewelry." A buffet dinner
Mrs. Earl Maxson has returnedto Cross, Tuesday; November 2 at 8 offering a detailed compilation and social hour with husbands as
her home from Good Samaritan Starting'Oct. 31st p.m. An executive board meeting of Scripture to build faith and hopein guests followed the meeting.

Hospital in West Palm Beach. will, be held prior to the' general God's promises according to : .' '

Col. and Mrs. W. S. Evans had as The revival services at the First meeting with' "'}Ir.. R. T. Smith Crum. ..,. I Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Geiger were

guests Sunday their son-in-law and Baptist Church of Pahokee.wU1 presiding. the weekend guests ef her sister
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daughter, Dr.' and 'Mrs. Frank begin on Sunday, October 31. Dr. .. taU I[in-law, Mrs. Dan Griffith in St.,
DIVIDENDS
Handley and family of Sebring. John Howell, Pastor of the First VISIT THE MORANS I Petersburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilson had as ., Baptist Church of DeLand will Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moran has
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their guests this past weekend, his as guests Sunday, her ion and
sister, Miss Sadie Wilson,of Miami. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.John > ,,I \ ,; ,',

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Spooner had Padgett of, West Palm Beach,' aDdS ,L ,.. t.,_ '"' ,........... ...'..,. \ :/'.,
as guests last:,weekend their son and. Mrs. Dwigat'(Geiger and .'.. ." '.

I and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. tons. Sgt. Geiger is preHntlrl I t
J. E. Spooner, Jr., and children of awaiting orders for "Y '

i' Clewiston.Mrs. in the U. S. Air Force. His family ; #
r Adaline Stuckey, aecotn will reside in West Palm Beach 'In Florida #_ .
panted her sons, Billy and Lennie while he is overseas. (

Stuckey, to Lake Worth last Wed- .-L; .... ,:. after :: -
nesday for the funeral services of BIRTHDAY SUPPER golf ,
their uncle, Charles Stuckey. Y M N Miss Bea Ellen Wroteh, daughterof .

Merry Lynne Elliott, small daughter Mr. and Mrs. Lee A. Wroten, beer's the one... .
of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Elliott, has celebrated her 10th birthday witha

returned to her home in Gainesville ,spaghetti supper, and. slumber for good taste .
following a week's visit with her party Friday night.Attending were

grandparents, Mr.. and Mrs. Jess the:Misses UsavWolf .cP bbie McCoy $'. rtgootfun t l.. { '.
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Mrs. Hugh Branch accompaniedher Representing ,the Pahokee First 1 ..'. I .L'. 4
daughter, Tammy Branch and Baptist Church- and"1''' the 'Canal

Mrs. Joe Tom Boynton and daughters Point Baptist Church at the"recent

Cathy and Laura Sue, motored DR. JOHN HOWELL Palm Lake annual WMU meetingin XI ':1- '
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PAIIOKEE, FLA. at Stetson at this time. .. .. I After a hard-played 18 holes, it's good to ); ',
Dr. Howell is recognized as one BIRTHDAY PARTY i .settle down soft ', "
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of the most effectIve' young min James Hatton celebrated his 4th I : ,; ,:
SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY isters in the Florida Baptist Convention birthday- anniversary at a party house and add up the score with friends. i'fJ::.

Oct. 31- Nov 1 & 2 I and the pastor of the First given by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. What better time for the drink that scores with ,;:' :.,f' ,;

Baptat Church of Pahokee is very John, flatten, .at their home, 2891 almost golfer-cool I ;
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j kee for these revival services. noon. Yes, beer's great to relax with, great for refresh ;

Stewart. OarroU High attendance day in the Sun- Among the 50 guests attending mcnt, great for taste. whatever your j ..
day School has been set for October were James' paternal grandparents \ sport- "
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Baker: Richard WldmarkINCOLOB 31 with a goal of 365.There will Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hatton, Sr.; or tennis-relax ,t ,
I be special music at each of the services maternal grandmother, Mrs. Mary af" nvards with the zestful taste of beer. tT

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I First Baptist Church will be taking Mrs. Ella Crippen of Dania; and UNITtO STATES CaRVEHS: : .*.S: 3CUTON. :M- t( ,
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Carnival PlannedPahokee If it is passed by a mrijority .


II r v Of The Churches -I} School kee ing there PTA vote will meetings at the be no November regular in December Papa meet., ,.


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.. wwwwwwuwr' Saturday Oct. 30tji current school year, the last meet
;', v' .... .ling, pt.'the' school year to be In

,. :Church; Of..Christ First Baptist f Canal Point The Pahokee ParentTeacher I day. Mrs, Ralph Johnson, membership -
chairman reported a paid-
ii k, 125 N. W.: Avenue D Church, Pahokee Baptist ChurchLawrence ,Association, at the October meeting i up membership of more than 21$.

-i* Phone WY 6-3867 t ... ., -:-- : Stewart in the high school auditorium The monthly attendance awards
&.+ Belle GladeFla.; \"'Guthrie W. Coward\ Pastor PastorSUNDAY Monday night with President Don went to Mrs. Dena Peel's Second
/SUNDAY SERVICES SUNDAY .. : Adams presiding, voted to sponsora Grade group at the elementaryschool
v 10.00 a. m.-Bible Study 9:45 a.. m.-Sunday, School 0:45: a. m.-Sunday School Halloween Carnival Saturday and to Mrs. Gladys Har
I '":11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.--Morning Worship 11:00 a. m/ Morning Worship night,Oct. 30 for elementary school rington's Seventh Grade group at
,' ., 6:30 p. m.-Training Union pupils! first through sixth grades,
;" 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 6:30 p. m.-Training Union Junior high school.
WEDNESDAY, 7:45: p. my-Evening Worship 7:30: p.nu-r-Evening Worship and preschool-age children. Wayne Kyle Scott, program chairman.
'7:30. p. m.-Bible Study WEDNESDAY: WEDNESDAY: Burdeshaw is general chairman in Introduced Judge Emery Newell of
-. m 7:30: p. m.-Prayer Service 7:30: p. m<--.Prayer. .AS.t.llary's Meeting charge of arrangements for the the Palm Beach County Juvenile

St. Peter's Lutheran .. carnival Costumes will be judgedand and Domestic Relations Court,who,
The Methodist Church ; Catholic prizes awarded for outstanding told of the work of his court and
Church, Belle Glade ChurchFather costumes in various classifications explained why the names of Juvenile -
Canal Point, FloridaEdward for each grade, details to law offenders are withheld

August Koerber, Pastor |"rancls Fenntch, Pastor be announced, later. from news media.
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade i'. Norton, Pastor Sunday Mass 11:30: a. m. ,Students of the Junior-senior Rev Guthrie Colvard pastor of

,,. SUNDAY: SUNDAY: Confessions before Mass : high school, seventh through the Pahokee First Baptist Church,
Pivine Services 11 A. M. 9:45 a., m.-Sunday School twelfth grades, will not participate gave the opening devotional.
School 9:43: : A. M. 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship \ in the carnival as has been the cus-
6:45: p. m- Evening Worship The Church Of God tom in the past.Instead, there will
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: ; Pahokee be a Halloween masquerade ball
Of Prophecy, VISITORS IS SEEING FLORIDA
Holy Nativity 8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society. Rev. S. N. Allen for high school students and their FOR THE FIRST TIME I I
Episcopal ChurchPahokee 1st ,1WEDNESDAY guests, with PTA to furnish the
2500 E. Main St.
? 'v. '5., supervised entertainment.The .
7:30: m.-Prayer Meeting Pahokee
p. resolution to conduct reg-
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Rev. William Plckels, Vicar tT1EET7iEM
SUNDAY South Side Church 11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service nate months during the current
7:30: p. Evangelistic school year, which was introduced
,_ 8:00: A. M.-Holy Communion Of Christ I
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First Methodist Belle Glade roar' from 8:00 p. m. Thursday-VJLB. night meeting. In accordance with WffJJ/

Bowling Alley on Rd.: 80. Everyone welcome. Special PTA bylaws, this resolution maybe I
Church Pahokee
I 10.00 a. m.-Bible Study music and singing. ;' voted on when introduced for ,toOWESNGft.TilRWI\"* FLORIDA fOMMIU1r TOURISM
11:00: a. m.-t-Mornlng Worship
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7:45: p. m.Evening Worship

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: State Welfare Aid SUNDAY 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School I, HEAR, TH/\T .
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During September 8:30 p. m.-B.T.C. "N WFIY'
7:30 p..m.-Evening Worship MILK
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Prayer .
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,'-: of District 10 Welfare Board of i ,Service : .. MAR6AKEtBRU&EMAN ,. l

the State Department of Public .. '.., I" /' FOR THE \) "'' .
Welfare reported that during the "1 I" t. I '. _, .
r 't J month tember in Palm The Pahokee ChurchOf "" '' .... .
Beach Count total of 2,375 persons ,I ,
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totaling $7,563. 1,263 families received 433 B .com' Point Rd. | i' ; r i :. ('
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Aid to Families with Dependent P. O. Box 882 'yrt
I ;, Children in the amount of SUNDAY SERVICES:

:,. $79,275.577: persons received $32,- 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School t
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: 221, in Aid to the Disabled. 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship c" .
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1 September 218 of whom wtre in Evangelistic Service % ., SOUTHEAST FLORIDA DAIRY INSTITUTE' SALUTES I i
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foster homes. The,totaJ.atatfan4 WEDNESDAY*, Ida, rr% Rwae ; j* rf *11i.ti ( "._

;l, lOcal cost for direct child care was t 7:30 p.1 BLMldweek. '" '"Prayer- '_ kmeetinlsr. ", Of, rfi, NATIftNAfillESAPHAliT"Jht : 1 JQ"T1r' t II
1;:! 11856. to CrttHtt a**to 7hf WotU Takes Ha Family. 0tII1. Est." ;
ff :i Pam Beach County is represented "Where you are a stranger but 'I "
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",. Tufts of Lantana, J. T. McMart 1 .v. ..,_,_b2on:ltl'r rd r L..J !;J.4 v..trr.i; ..r-T.1; 3 jJJZi ..; i.wv;J ;..,+..J .'.....__ .
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rain Marion of Bleech Delray of Beach Pahokee., and Mrs. Meet 1a Pahokee Lions Ctek ""--. -, -..... .. . -"A" .. .." ..

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a-ll.00.... JL... u4 ; Dregws". Qe7I
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Coast so enjoyable thevVe,.tLlren I Barfield :HigRway l .t rf' jrro : "('q 'n ; r.. \ ; '
steady jobs and plan to remain onI ; J Bf.- earn no l longer il!nllJ' et gIl esr :eaerai avmgs provp -

I a,<: permanent The two Californians basis r.&l u.t. j ;5v } es f natic fiat "$' i1' l'NOW 1 111! Home
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I: who at the were Aquatarium introduced on as St.a new Petersburg act- $VmAT.nj" hoTrn' nl tf! b..1"\) up to"' anda'lo; 1R dup.to: 2S years. ,Yours will be

Beach 04m.-Sunday CQo ,. tailored to fi if sraooffilywithin income',
I' recently. Juatrfttfrcl 1 fUOO: tm.'Xcntar I IWoulttp your and circumstance -
months ago the two yount tttt i, : g0 P'm. ,- :, ,wittfeasy,
lions were frollcing around'Santa' ,: .7- "HTUESDAY ...Ey4r1gent14o'' : '. monthly. payment3Abringing you

/ Barbara Island in the Pacific, and : closer to debt-free home ownership! Nice? You said it

now they at the are St.displaying Petersburg their Beach talents 7:30 p.ServiceFirst mv-Youth for Christ . why not come in today! ';. .

%tourist attraction. *tef 4w !Corky and Sam flew from California
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July 2 and immediately Baptist
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now have a variety of tricks which Rev. James H&rrlaoaIr./. : EVERGLADES FEDERAL

Include balancing, retrieving objects .SUNDAY: ,
,, rolling over climbing a ladder I 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School '<1' c t' \ 'r Tt JLl avinks I
,, saying their prayers and 11:00 a. &.-Morning Worship And Loan AssociationACCOmrrs

catching' hoops about their necks 6:30 p. nxr-B. T. C. INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSUBANGB CORP.Pafiokee .
;,:"It doesn't,take.long. to wake 7SO p. mv Evtmmg Worship .
goo8'F7oiidfaa'sutn of a-California WBBDNBSDJLY: Belf ei Glade

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Pap Dalat The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday, October :t, 1965
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at the home of Mrs. R. T. Smith, Honored At
Echols Home Scene WMU president. Tonite Marks Time Party Church Workshop
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Of Mrs.Circle G.. T.'. Echols_Meeting was hostess, to Kitten Is Lost For Stuart & Blue ored Miss with Cynthia a lingerie:Turbeville shower was Thursday hour Scheduled Nov. 4

members of the Jones-Scogglns Have Ypu Seen Sam? night, October 21, in the Poly
Circle, Canal Point Baptist Wont* Devils MeetingThe nesian garden at the home of Mrs. The Methodist t the West PaS
an's Missionary Union, at the October Have you seen Sam? Sam, a Hugh Branch. Guests came dressedin Beach District will hold a workshop .
meeting held at her home frisky Siamese kitten belonging to' Polynesian fashion and were for local church leaders OB
Thursday night with Mrs. J. S. At. Cindy Hawk, 7-year-old daughter of Pahokee Blue Devils will seated on grass mats before low the theme "Cultivating Christian
kina, chairman, presiding. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hawk, Jr., of meet the 'grid team from Martin tables decorated with banana leaves Stewardship with Children and
Mrs. J. E. Rodgers was named Pahokee. who disappeared late County high school tonight in the and exotic fruit. Each guest was Youth."
new program chairman to fill the Tuesday afternoon while playingin Martin County seat of Stuart. The presented with a lei. The meeting will be held at the
vacancy left by Mrs. Charles Max- the yard. two teams are rivals of many years I Hostesses with Mrs. Branch were Community Methodist Church ia
son when she recently resigned in Cindy walked the streets until standing and a game between Pa- Mrs. Julian Branch, Mrs. WayneBrowning BeUe Glade on Thursday, Novels*
order to devote more time to work dark calling her kitten, while her hokee and Stuart always draws a I Mrs.' Gary Clark and her 4 at 7:30 p.m.
with young people. brother searched the alleys and capacity crowd. 'Miss Faith Sasser. The hOltelles''gift Those planning to attend from
Mrs. Earl Bracewell was assisted shrubbery, but to no avail. Sam ; Last week in a home game, the to Miss Turbeville was a pale the Canal Point Methodist Churchare
with the program, "My Church- was 'gone I local aggregation came from behindto blue negligee and gown. Rev. Edward Norton, Mr. and.
Seeing and Doing," by Mrs. A. T. How do you comfort child that win over Naples by the score of Mrs. Earl Maxson, Mrs. Stanley'
Holt, Mrs. Rodgers and Mrs. Ech has lost her dearest friend? Whatcan 18 to 12. It was one of the most Hooks, D. 1,. Hooks, G. L. Lanhan
ols. Mrs. Bracewell was also in you say that will fill the empty interesting games of the season Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Mackey left and Don Adams.
charge of the devotionals. space on the bed where Sam always from the.spectator's point of view.A Tuesday for Immokalee where they .
Mrs. Echols made use of the I slept large crowd will follow the plan to make their home.
Halloween motif in room decora- If you see Sam, won't you please Blue Devils to Stuart tonight. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Boe had as Mrs. Una Peebles of Savannah,
.. guests Sunday, her sister and Georgia, Is the house guest of her
tion and during the serving of refreshments bring him home? The joy in that
at the close of the meet little girl's face will fill your heart Shelly Padgett Has brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and
ing. The November meeting will be and make your day complete. Currin, of Sarasota. Mrs. Walter Boatright.
Birthday Party

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Shelly Denise Padgett celebratedher
4th birthday, October 23, with : : COMPLETE, SHOE SERVICE : :
AUCTION .a party luncheon given by her
'mother, Mrs. Glenda Padgett, and
I PAHOKEE SATURDAY NIGHT j | 'grandmother, Mrs. Pope Sears. At-
ALLEN SHOE REPAIR
tending were Tina Cantrell, Michelle
1 Clark, Debora Hall, Ronda
APPLIANCES, FURNITURE, TOOLS, TOYS, Etc.To Turbeville,'Maxson Sims, Kim Gar- J Orthopedic Work Dyeing and Refinishing'
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be sold to the high bidder .. .. '
Others attending the luncheonwere
FREE COFFEE, DONUTS and GIFTS Miss Connie Singletary, Miss Fast Courteous Service .
Becky Mackey, Miss Gale Sean and
$ 195 E. MAIN PAIIOKEE SAT., 7:00 P.M. Mrs. Wayne Browning.. I
(Under New Management) | 113 Bacom Point Rd. Pahokee, Florida !
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"rh'ii tune is now. Florida faces an emergency; one which reaches into every Z

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corner of our great state and affects the "lives and well-being of all of U$. We ;"


must build-now-an adequate primary system./ \ *'*{,: .


.' "Haydon gums Governor jprf* '
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:.,:'. Q Will there be a regular primary highway Protr- od fi- iM;, 'a

Hon to the Highway Improvement rros.rc'I, ) ;

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'" Q Who Is the Highway Improvtmtnt Amendment? Amendment ts isA :
A Yes..If the Highway Improvement .
there still would be an estimated $43 mHBon in each f the r
: ,. next 20 YMIII for constrvdlea'" **" **"***">* N b UY$ t"
h p : A Numbs 4 the baltol.. f
\ on Nov. 2 'provide fef $ 0 ...
t ... : Il mon bond hsw loeon tn.dU4limlt. ofn wfoor4-i.', unci.. 1M primary JYI. ,, t ,{ ...lr
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j t i; '::i. aalor rout.improv.m.nta.Roads w.r.s.Iided on th.basis of traf Rc( :.. ,. !.1. 4'.: it "
i, \ 1- ce., volume, safely hazards,:;<'ncll .n'fpnsonlfatIlty., area economic'flh. ,,. :." .. 't. .t;. : ,,t. <. '" f':;

;:,i-:' i ", Y .: consideration and other sufficiency rating factors,prescribed by,'the Q Will these programs. .be oeeowpWied no Increase r In
t.. Florida Highway Cod. taxes? fA. t
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no Increase In taxes ..
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Why Is this an
: emergency program
by approving the Wghv+ay-Uaprwement Amendment.. .il
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.I A Crowded two-lane roads are'the major causes for mounting .' i:1 .II:.
: traffic accidents,Injury and death.In addition,an immediate. Q" r.
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'r '; ,, : .." :' ''.,MuM-lanlng progra..l'b essential, .Florida ,tourism,industry and Who I h supporting.the Highway Improvement! Amendment? ,r.,:.
;* business.
Because of steadily-soaring construction and right-of-way,
: ;;.. : : ',?: costs,we cannot afford to delay the program. A The Florida Legislature endorsed the plan overwhelmlngfy, 't' w.pis .

'. !It', by a vote of 35 to SIn the Senate and 91 to 19 in the House. 1 : .
a ..< In addition,'the' program has the full support of Gov. Bums, 16
i n''t(.,, ,.\ .. Q Why can't these highways be built under the,present highformer State Road Board members and chairmen who served underway r:'1 :" ..
"".. r" program? r five different governors, and the present State toad Board.hen.jo,
: l *; More than 100 leading newspapers. Chambers of Commerce, chic V .,. *'*
: \ ,' K'A**>.... are not and never will b. sufficient funds available and safety orgonliaHons throughout Rodda also l have encfontd the '..,,;. f! ,.. .wy
-;' .. haY. number of city and county governments.Ment .'of J v. %
; ..... I. under the present financial setup. The State Road Depart- program, as a .. 4
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,,; construction each year.after administrative,maintenance and saint :
., 'r. Ing funds expenses are de Judtd. A conservative estimate shows it VOTE FOR AMENDMENT #4 NOV. 2 '

a..,. would require$1 billion to bring the primary system up to standards.

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