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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 29, 1965
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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5, 1365 WEEKLY CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN



I CIRCU1ATING' THROUGHOUT; TtHE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH C'OUNT I

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Despite Setbacks I Lampi To AttendBandmaster :: Road Bond Issue Dr. and Mrs. Long: Trustees Are Out

Meet .; To Dental Meet

LocalDamivalReaflyTjijoyed I : ;Soundly Smashed And Glades May
Mr. and Mrs--n-O.: : Lampl will Dr. and Mrs. Roland R. Long,
leave today for Tampa where Mrs. accompanied by Dr. and Mrs. William
i Lampi will visit her parents, Mr. Throughout) State H. Wilson, Jr., of Miami left Suffer In Future

and Mrs. C. B. Williamson, while. Thursday for Las Vegas, Nevada,
Mr. Lampi attends the Florida i where they will attend the national
Witches, .devils, robots, ghosts II Bandmasters' Association executive In a smashing set back at thepolls convention of the American Den- Voters-Taxpayers of the county
pretty lasses 'and "Coushi :It" all board mertmg at the Hawaiian Village on Tuesday, Governor Burns tal Association. etched a six-mill" for schools in
put in an appearance at the Canal in Tampa.CountyBond. i and his political cohorts throughoutthe .. the voting: Tuesday, but were wide
Toint P. T. Halloween Carnival I state suffered unmercifully apart'on' other issues of the ballot.
'Saturday night and were ameng the I When the 300 million dollar bond J. K. Baker Hurt In They voted out the school trustees
i r -prize winners the costume eonf Issue issue was soundly defeated by an who have been serving for many
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test Judges, 'XWl. and Mrs. W. S. eight to five vote against it. Burns' years without salary. In the same
Evans and Dr. and Mrs. Leo Hebert Js Passed slims throughout Florida including Crane Mishap breath, the voters said emphatically -
-were hard put to choose the best TuesdayIt Toad contractors had stumped -......- that the school superintendent's
'I outfits amidst the varied finery. the state (In behalf of the bond job should remain elective.
"Rev. Lawrence Stewart Introducedthe sweeping issue !but their efforts didn't convince J. K.Baker,long time resident of The voting finals said there shall
was no victory-but Belle Glade and 20 road department ,
year
winners w follows: the citizens of Florida thatan remain five members on the school
the county's local bond issue for employee of Palm Bench ,
"Preschooler! :Pamela Martin.Siade' open end bond issue was a good board instead of seven as the proposal .
million In Commission.]
$1.75 capital County under County
Conell and Vance Aiken thins I called for, but they mu.taerve
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ments was given voter I er Paul Rardin, was taken to the
:first-grade, Randy Iii=gins, Yvonne Tuesday.The Imp1Vve-1 For the past several weeks Governor I hospital In Belle Glade Monday in the future without pay.
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and Carol Gifford had In the trustee voting, A. R. Harrington
Carr,Tony Maynor Dims personally stumped
bonds, to te when he was struck by a piece of
!; second grade, 'Sharon Fort- track funds the state in behalf of his pet in ,the Gladca, Kenneth E.
county's share of race I' metal culvert on a swinging crane.
Debbie Eaton Dennis Martin but ot state officialswere Nolen and J. M. Morris from theeast
Ber, project }er
will finance projects not presently At Glades General Hospital, it
and Carlos Rodriguez;;-third grade,(covered by ad valorem taxes. just as hard at work telling was learned the retired county employee coast lost their bid,for a trustt'e'l -
\ Loretta Pugh, Laurel Tarr, Su.ranne folks that it wasn't a good deal far job when the position wasabolished
A fourth appelate court to serve and a former Pure Oil bulk
Martin. I the taipayer. He safe : Glades residents
Hooks and Danny emphasized may rue
nine tvutheastern eeunties was assured station operator, suffered a deep
Fourth grade, Vicky tligglns, ty but opponents, such as Robert I I the day this vote was accomplished,
by Florida voters Tuesday: head gash, an injury to his left hip,
John Cobick, Jay Stewart and Le-r and a Tallahassee meeting of the King High of Miami, Sen. John right shoulder and a cut on his because it further reduces the rep
mar nooks; fifth grade, April C cabinet and Supreme Court will be McCarty of Fort Pierce and Scott nose., mentation that the western sectionof
sett, Alan Tarr, Jerry Pugh Kelly of Lakeland insisted it was .. his business Palm Beach County will have in
s-I held sherry to select a site. According to partner t
the, school affairs of
Buddy Richardson; sixth: The amendment,which was supported his own political safety Burns was 'Charles Nicks; of 932 S.E. 4th ernment. county gov

Barry LeDoux, Roberto Ct by several state groups, won I campaigning for., Street,'Raker was,running a tractor While trustees served without
Larry Stewart and Joe Carr. by nearly a 3 to 1 margin and there Kelly openly charged Burns was with a fork lift while clearing an the
salary, school board members
The surprise ending promised by was no organized opposition to add- using the amendment to pave his area near the pump manufacturingplant. drew
IIIr $3,000 annually arid this
J! the carnival committee failed te jell ing court of.Appeals to relieve the way for re-election. in 1966. .. amount.wai( ,wlpt'd..oU.the.recotd.
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t .-, because of air unscheduled surprise ht." ...** Joad.ia'JJistriet.-3, now *"" .'1"f!:i.-"" ..''" -4 A aegtipm+a'bt-bruJc A.eelve4-was In the voting. This is another mistake _.
Destiny" had In store. A power located ap Lakeland. in the area 1 to be cleared'and as the voters probably made, because
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failure throughout Canal Point put Baker swung the piece ,of pipe it
-' m i Cane it is going to be a hard job
everyone In the dark for about Harvesting came back and hit him on Jhe right :to find to
qualified men
serve on
thirty minutes. During this flashlight tide of the head.Didn't ,
Curlee Road the
Open school board without any pay t
lit Interval, the able, astute Starts This Week at alt. Only time will tell._ j
Jimmy Repper successfully conducted -
Like It In
an auction which netted approximately To Sugar House '
$50. For 65-66 Season C. A. Bailey Dies x
The combination of inclement Our County Either : ,
weather, power failure and other ,Newly constructed Curlee Road -
out of the ordinary,pre-Halloween running from the humplackedculvert I The 186x-66 cane' harvest Lived Belle GladeC. "
conditions resulted in a disappointingly near the Prison Farm ac season got underway this week and Palm Beach County citizens It
small profit for the P. T. A.. roes the muck to the Glades SugarHouse will continue through the season I. though promised multi-millions in
nevertheless, carnival co-chairmen, is open for traffic this until all cane is harvested next four-lane highways refused to A. Bailey, age 71, died Mon
}fr. and Mrs. Donald Harrinton;. The connecting link ..week.j r spring.. First to burn fodder and I vote in favor of the 800 million dollar day night in a West Palm Beach
wish to express their unbounded new state road and the already cut cane In this area was the U. s.1 bond issue Tuesday and turned nursing home. For many years Mr. '
I gratitude to the committee, teachers -.1 structed county road will be completed Sugar Corporation at Bryant. Act down Governor Burns' proposal bya and Mrs. Bailey had lived In Belle .
; judges donors of merchandise in the near future, accordingto ually they planned to start Nov vote of 12,275 to 11,069. Glade where they moved several
labor, talents, baked goods, booth ; county advices. ember 1 but were held up a few Several county officials formed I years ago from Pahokee where he .1' a
workers and Jut but most important I The new Curlee Road runs across days on account of wet weather a group to support the bond issue I operated a grocery store and sold -:
those who supported the carnival -: the muck a mile and a quarter which hindered burning of the fodder and had made speeches throughout real estate for many years.
with their attendance and pa where_ it connects with two county preparatory to cutting the cane. the'county in behalf of the idea Until .his retirement severalyears
tronage. roads-one' on each side of the Second to start harvest this fall but to no avail. ago, Mr. Bailey continued in ,
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Glades Sugar House-for convenience will be Okeelanta Sugar Refinery When time came to do the voting the real The estate business in Belle
of the new sugar concern. At south of South Bay and they plan the folks who walked in behind Glade. business is now opera
Success Despite' present the north half of the two to get$ underway November 15. the closed curtains said they "didn't ted by Mayor-Commsiisoner Bill
i.Jf Carnival county; roads has not yet been They will) be followed closely bySugar like the idea anyway." Bailey, his son. A daughter Mrs.
Rain at Joy Lou Payne and the widow, .
rfI' black ,topped but plans call for Cane Grower Cooperative .. .
keeping these roads graded so of Florida which plans to start Mrs. Ruby Bailey, along with seven

Despite the ran. the Pahokee that cane hauling trucks can use grinding on' November 20. Sweet Corn Meet grandchildren survive.
':\ -f\- Halloween Carnival was proclaimed them when the new season starts The Atlantic, Sugar Mill will Private funeral services were
a success by all committee work November 20 at the Glades Sugar start on December 1.Open held yesterday morninf at MJxsaa
: ing to that end. The elementary House. Called Funeral Home in Belle Glade and t I
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at 5 pjn. with preschoolers I It. ''TO ATTEND CONVENTIONMrs. were conducted by Rev. L. D. '.-

l' through the sixth'grade R. T..Smith and Mrs. Paul Date Tonite meeting of the Florida Sweet tossing, former vicar of the St.John's "
t. ing. Judges were'Rev.. partielPat-1 I Rardin will leave Sunday for Fort Corn Advisory Committee has been Episcopal Church in Bell ,
yard, Mrs. Arch Blakey Lauderdale where they will) attend called by Chairman Roy Vandegrif, Glade and now of Orlando. I
York. I the annual convention of Florida For Blue Devils Jr., to be held on Monday, November Bailey was born In Towanda, I

I' Pahokee nigh School students,I Baptists. They plan to return to -.. 8, 1956, at' 10:00: a.m. in the Pennsylvania, May 15, 1894, and. I
t f grades seven through 12, celebrated I their homes in Canal Point Thurs Palm Beach County Glades Office moved to Pahokee in 1930, following
ball Coach Web Pell's Pahoke Blue a brief residence in St. Cloud. I
Halloween with a masquerade :
day. Building in Belle Glade, to consider
in the high school gym. Music was .u. Devils have an open date this week grade regulations for husked corn During World War I, the former
furnished by the'"Chevelles." HOME FROM VACATIONMr and tonight they will be watching the cob for the 1965-66 season, grocer and operator of a bicycle: repair
on
I, .' y ---- and Mrs. Howard Holman other teams perform instead of along with other business which shop in Pahokee, served as a
DRAGON IN HOSPITAL have returned from a ten-day vacation battling on the gridiron. Last week might property come before the corporal in the motor transport
t in the Great Smokey the Devils won over their time- division, U. S. Army.
spent
r John Dragon, Pahokee merchant, !I Stuart committee. ,
Mountains and with her parents, honored rival by ascore interested growers are urged
was entered in Everglades Memorial Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Fisher, at of 19 to 6. to attend. MRS. O'CONNELL HOME f
Hospital Pahokee. on Wed. Belmont, North Carolina. Mr. and I lOne week from tonight the local. Mrs. Frank O'Connell has returned .
nesday of this week for tests and I to her home in Canal Point
will travel the lower
to
Mrs. Holman also visited her aunt, .aggregation HANDLEYB VISIT
.. treatment. Mrs H. A. Page, at Moultrie,:.' east coast of Palm Beach Countyand I from a three-week visit with her
"I ,, Georgia. battle the eleven representing Mr. and }In. Thomas Handley of son-in-law, and daughter, Mr. and
HOME FROM HOSPITALBill Boca Raton High School Pell Gainesville, Fla. were visitors in Mrs. Frank Sganga, in New Smyrna

Erickson returned to Us Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Jaudon of has his team ,In first class shape I I Pahokee on Wednesday -of this Beach. )lr.. O'Connell has been t
home this past weekend followingrecent Tampa were, Thursday gueats of for the encounter next week .and week The Hsndleys are former puff,ring "rom'a broken arm, received =
" surgery at Lakeland Gen I Us sister 'and brother-in-law; Mr.I hopes they will add another victory resident of Pahokee where be was when' she fell out the back
", era!'HospitaL and Mrs. 'Wiley THHs, in Pahokee.! to their imposing Hit this season. engaged ia road construction door of her home,

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" Cletis Hand! WIllS in charge of the I nt take a position on'' the' subject -
,\' serving of refreshments at the close until it has a consensus of the views Classified Ads

i ':,' of the meeting. Coffee and cake I of all Florida retailing,,says Dallas .
f;'; were enjoyed.. I, L. Hostetler, executive, director of
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. I the association. "There are pros
- FOR SALT: Hotpoint dishwasher
loA : and cons," says Hostetler, "and deluxe model. Price t..tO-for. 1uicksale.
Favors The
Glades
I, mews vary among different" seg- Call.Bahokee 9242451 ltpd.
I meats of Florida's economy I _

Sort of Time We j An act of'the Florida Legislature FOR SALE: New and Used Willys

, I would be required for adoption of :I. Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage
Daylight Saving Time, and the retailers i !n Belle bade, Phone 63058.:
Enjoy at Present I feel there is enough interestin i I Oct. 17-54-ch.
the subject to cause the law- I I
,.' tnakers to lend an attentive ear 1 .
?t. ," If a poll were taken today in the' I
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j::}. The Rardin Building In Canal Point, Florida Lake it probably Okeechobee would Farming show that Region folks, : SINGEREfectric'

"',,1.:' THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF are pret well satisfied with the I MAJORS IN MUSIC I Sewing
day
'*" time of they enjoying.Not !
are now
';f THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing many of them would be in fa I David Cunningham, son of Mr. |I Machine
land D. W Cunningham, of
vor of changing to Daylight Saving Mrs. I II In console cabinet like new Sews
::11' \ Pahokee has been selected at FSU forward'and reverse All attachmentsfor
( the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without Time.A .I ordination I making buttonholes, zlg-wgginj
:: ', Interruption Every Week for 40 Years statewide poll of merchants on to participate in the student and fancy stitch designs Fully
' I at the Southeastern Regional guaranteed Can be- seen in
'' your
.' ,<, ; ",* Established March the subject of Daylight Saving
11,1924 Published Every Friday Convention of the National Association area. Make eight monthly payments
",, ./,); +, 'I At Canal Point Florida 33438 It Time State is Retailers underway Association.by the Florida The of Teachers of Singing to.. of |19l or will discount flar cash.WRITE .

Volume 41 Number 34 November 5, 1965: i I :
of Georgia
", poll is being taken both by mail and be held at the University CREDIT MANAGER
; The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office by personal contact. Athens, Georgia, this weekend. tS S. CLEAKWATEB
LARGO FLORIDAt
; In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter The state merchant grout will Mr. Cunningham is presently a : ? '
I senior majoring in music at FSU. I -
Subscription Price $2.00 Year. In Advance .
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Auxiliary ing 'a small profit. She said a vend t
Group ing cart is being prepared for car "
rying from room to room various ; rreJ
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;\# ; Officers Are Put lic small for items the convenience popular with of the patients.pub- Y

f This cart is expected' to be in operation Y' Phone 924-5511 Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade
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.Into OfficeThe in, the near future, and if ..<- ,,; i'..
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make two rounds daily to the :?; SALES and SERVICE '' :qrfc

The installation of officers of the rooms of patients.Mrs. : ; ,. : ir

'- Everglades Memorial Hospital Alys Okie reported small r- Heating Air Conditioning Appliances t
Auxiliary was conducted during the packets of note paper and envelopes .' :
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F", dining room Tuesday night. yS .y 'i 'i MS "." ". Y V Y M y y : *y*i. i:!-1.O y i y t Y iy A 4r A v i y i 4 M 1 Y y A s. ., .y 1 4 y f.v- i r 1efs ..
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r ;j' Mrs. Grace Maxson was inducted through, the courtesy of the -- -
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, '':I president; Mrs. Marjorie Laks, vice I Glades Observer. :I )

f:;. (;,1-, ,., president; Mrs. Marian Hatton, recording : Mrs. Maxson reminded members

,.. ',,:._ secretary; Mrs. Margaret that membership dues for the 1965-
,'' ', Fanjul, corresponding secretary; 66 year must be turned 'in to the
;i f and Mrs. Marilyn Poteete, treasurer. treasurer, Mrs. Poteete, by the next

' meeting, Nov. 23. The dues are $3a
Prior to the installation, Mrs. year for a sustaining member,
.Esther Hundley, installing officer, I I I who is required to serve 50 hoursa
addressed the group in a brief talk year in Auxiliary work, either in
on "Merchants of Light." She presented or outside the hospital; and $10 a
" each officer with a gloriosalily year for a sustaining member, who
corsage. may volunteer to work in the Aux
"'" At the business session Mrs. Ona iliary but is not required to do so.

. Faye Urary, ways and means chair The $100 life membership does not
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r,' chines in the hospital lobby, spon- : Mrs. Maxson led the group in the
i iksored by the Auxiliary, are return- opening\! Auxiliary! Prayer..Mrs.Why I.
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A:Yes.An automatic lOrear extearfon privilege west Qi Where- am J'buy Scolds J ? I .
into effect along with the now interest rate IntoineanjycnirEBcmdJwfflaatornatkallykecpeiirn II
At Buy E 3 onds,at i dJ>>nk-ft takes only a few mbvTntes. .
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J to retain your preeent Bonds. Qt How: do:I'help trengthen America's peace powtff I
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Pahokee First Baptist WMU Cynthia TurbevilTe has cho- Canal Point Baptist WMUheld
their November busihess
Gail Bryant I meet-
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business meeting was held at the sen sheer
I I in her ing at the home of Mrs. W. S. .Cross-
the of liter husband Lee A. church Tuesday morning with Mrs. maid of honor
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kautz have guest ,_ The cere- Tuesday night.
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returned from Atlanta, Georgia,I I II Wroten.Mr. Ralph Crews presiding. Mrs. Joe ding on November in the Canal Mrs.Lawrence! Stewart presentedthe
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where they visited their son, Ron and Mrs. Boyd Vorhees and Thompson led the call to prayer. mony at 8 entitled "The Indonesia
Church p.m. program
nie Kautz, who is a student at son, Shimer, !spent this pas week The program, "The Indonesia Point Methodist Norton officiat- Story" assisted by: Mrs. Ray.
in Story,"was presented by Mrs. E. B. with Rev. Edward
end where attended
Georgia Tech and attended the Naples they mond Martin, Mrs. Charles Brown
Georgia Tech homecoming foot the swamp buggy races. Gamble, assisted by Mrs. Buddy ing.Bridesmaids Milton
will Be Mrs. Hugh and Mrs. Cumpton.
Guthrie and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard.
ball Col. and Mrs. W. S. Evans haveas
game. Linda Hunter and Plans' were completed for the.eoming .
Branch, Mrs.
;. Mrs. Frank Tillis was the recent their house guest Col. George The community mission project
Week
Ronda Lottie Moon of
the Miss Faith Sasser. Misses Prayer --
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of Mrs. Price of Melrose.Mr. the coming months will
overnight guest Roger
will serve as November 28 thru! December 5..
placing of cards the hospital and Beth Turbeville
t: Jaudon in Wauchula. and Mrs. Lee Shirley spent tray on
flower girls and Miss The goal for this year has been set
food trays. Each circle will be their aunt's :
Mrs. George B. Ramey was called this weekend in Fort Lauderadle.
f.. CHORAL GROUP responsible for the cards beginning Lori Turbeville will act as ring at $875.00.
to Cocoa this week to be with her
with the Lottie Moon,Circle for No- bearer. Best man will be Glenn Monday, November 15, membersof
daughter, Mrs. Hugh Miller, who The Stetson choral group, 'Stet- I(I
'. vember. Blanton, brother of the groom- WMU will meet at the churchfor
DeLand will
underwent surgery at Wuestoff son University, render
A request was read from Mrs. W. elect. a sandwich meal and a book
Memorial a religious concert at the First
Hospital, Wednesday
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morning. Baptist Church in West Palm A. King of the Baptist Children'sHome Junior ushers will be Terry Tur study on the mission book, "Which
Weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Beach on Monday night at 8 p.m. in Lakeland for used cloth- beville, James Bryant and Charles : Way Brazil?" The study will be led
ing. Blanton. Nuptial music will be by Rev. and Mrs. James: Thompson
Bill Ernest was her mother, Mrs. ATTEND AUBURN GAME
Glen Lamb, of Tampa.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Watkins and Announcement was made of the furnished by Mrs. Donald Thompson I who have traveled.fa Brazil anting
had I coming Lottie Moon Week of Prayer ,' organist. Soloist will be the the mission stations.PRINCE .
Mr.
and Mrs. C. L. Story son, Ricky, accompanied by ,
November 28 thru 5. bride-elect's brother, Pat Turbe-
December
as guests last week, her mother and Mrs. W. K. Aldridge and son, 1 '
Keith of the of Florida The goal for the Lottie Moon offering ville. __ _
Mrs. J. E. Burns, and sister, Mrs. University .
W. M. Mellon, both of Orlando. I Gainesville, spent this past I is $888.00 this year. t 'ffl---' -.r.t\il.- -mm- :
Other recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. weekend at Auburn, Alabama, Mrs. Boatwright '-
Story were, Mr. and Mrs. S. I where they attended the Auburn. THEATRE
Coleman of Miami. S'I I I Florida football game. While there, Kitchen Shower Birthday PartyMr.
''Mr. and Mrs. James Deal and they visited Mike Watkins, who is I'AIIOKEE, FLA. '
daughters, Nancy and Lisa, of a junior at Auburn University and For Faith Sasser and Mrs. Walter Boatwright

Statesboro, Georgia, are the guests David Watkins of New Orleans. entertained Sunday with a dinner SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY. ;
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Mrs. Clifford Stuart returned to A kitchen calling shower honor honoring Mrs. Boatwright on her NOVEMBER 7, 9
Sims. her home in Indiantown Sunday ing Miss Faith Sasser, bride-elect birthday. Among the thirty guests
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Echols and following a stay in Everglades I of Jack Saceman of Lake Placid,I attending were Mrs. Una Peeblesof "ShenandoahStarring

., daughter, Teryl, accompanied by Memorial Hospital.Mr. will be held Saturday-November 6, Savannah, Georgia, H.W. Murphy _' -
Miss Patrice Boyle were the guests and Mrs. 0. B., McClure from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m at the home I and family and Raymond -
of relatives in Naples Sunday.Mrs. have returned to their home in of Mrs. H. M. Mcintosh on Bacom. I Christian and family, all of Clew.. JAMES STEWART11OSOIARV
J. V. Thomas had 'as her Pahokee after a six-month stayat Point Road. iston. FOR&YTH'
guest Friday and Saturday, her their home in Colorado Springs, The hostesses for the shower are I (IN COLOR) >
nephew, Steve Carey, of Marianna. Colorado. \ Mrs. Alma Farrow and Mrs. H. M.I I I CLASSIFIED ADS PAY I i
Mrs. Pauline Barrett left Sunday Airman Mike Maxson has returned McIntosh. DIG DIVIDENDS l'I
for several weeks' stay with friendsIn to AFB, Orlando
McCoy ,
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Canada. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Max. ay'1
Mrs. J. D. Latham is spending son, in Canal Point.I. .
I several days in Clewiston with her S. Guthrie returned Wednesday 1 11'i
grandchildren while her daughter from Pearson, Georgia. wherehe : I ?
and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Audie was the guest of his brothersand f .
Hooks, are out of town. sisters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. I t i : N I ce. -
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Pam, of St. Petersburg have Joe Guthrie. : ? irl4' < A phone of her own\ f.
returned to their home followinga Mrs. J. G. Weeks spent several : :\ ; 't' .

two-week stay with her parents, days this week attending to business : : S .. .
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Family in Pahokee.Mr. ,
Rev. Walter Cross, pastor of the .1r
and Mrs. Donald Walkerof First Methodist Church in Frost .1 sixteen 1 )oves to In private. .
Okeechobee were the dinner proof was the guest of his parents, X say.
guests' of her cousin, Mrs Lee Mr. and Mrs.,w..S. Cross. Tuesday Ht r
Wroten and family, on Thursday.Rev. ;: : So.famiIiesca do all the things :
Guthrie Colvard returned ..,{ : :
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,'Tennessee, where he attend. O'CONNELL IN HOSPITAL Ir. 4 { .. they alike to do. I ::,"-- fJ',..,
ed a South wide training and union I Genial Phil O'Connell, former ." : y

seminar. state's attorney for the 16th judicial ..} And have their ,too. .'
Mrs. Donald B. Kepp and Mrs. : circuit and, prominent Palm privacy, 1l
Sadie Barwick were the Friady Beach :
County political figure, is "
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guests, of their niece and nephew, recovering from major surgery at ,. ; .' Extension phones '*'. .
f Mr. and Mrs. David Ramey, and St. Mary's Hospital and his fame 1 ; ;
daughter in Cocoa.lfe, ily reports his condition .good. He "' ,' I.
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morning for Lakeland where she days and then return home to : \

plans to spend several days as recuperate. :: : At any age. In any room. : ,:i.


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t In neighborhood act ltie&'Some speak out for: Bti -you speak every bit as surely:: And erary 'v

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s..": '"' every time they buy'UJ3.;Savings Bonds. Bonds at the bank or on the Payroll Savings '-. .".

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has'been\ member of the Board of:
Emmett S. Roberts Directors for 15 years. As the dean


I News Of The Churehes T( Named Chairman of delegation Palm chairman Beach, Mr.and County's Roberts as a member has legislative servedas of


many major committees where he

Christmas SealsAnother assisted in developing legislation
designed to meet Florida's problemsin

hurch Of Christ First Baptist, Canal j PointBaptist has come to'' the taxation higher; government education; finance reorganization and

CHurch PahokeeGuthrie Church dean of the Palm Beach County
125 N. W. Avenue D ; drainage and water conservation -
Phone WY 6-3867 delegation-Hon. Emmett S. Rob- : agriculture and migrant labor

Belle Glade, Fla. W. Colvard, Pastor Lawrence Stewart, Pastor erts, State Representative, of Belle problems and others.CLASSIFIED ..

SUNDAY SERVICES SUNDAY SUNDAY: Qlade.This time he has been named ... .
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School ,
School chairman of the 59th Annual
10:00: a. m.-Bible Study 9:45: a. m.-Sunday
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Christmas Seal Campaign which is ,ADS PAY .
11:00 -Morning Worship
11:00 a. m.Morning Worship : a. m. '
6:30 m.-Training Union 6:30: p. m.-Training Union scheduled to start Nov. 16'and con BIO DIVIDENDS J
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7:30
p. m.-Evening Worship p.
7:30 Worship
m.-Evenlng
tinue through December
WEDNESDAY 7:45: p. m.Evening Worship
7:30 p. m.-Bible Study WEDNESDAY: WEDNESDAY: The appointment was made by
I 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting Gerald C. Daniels, president of the
7:30: p. m.-Prayer ,Service .
Palm Beach County Tuberculosis &.
St. Peter's Lutheran The Methodist Church St: Mary's Catholic Health Association, who said, "We Thurmond W. Knight

Church, Belle Glade ChurchFather are indeed fortunate to have Repre REALTOR
Canal Point, FloridaEdward I sentative Roberts head this cam

August Koerber Pastor Francis Fennech, Pastor paign. I know of no' one who is I -:-

601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade F' Norton, Pastor Sunday Mass 11:30: a. m. more able or who has a greater
SUNDAY: concern for the welfare of the people -
SUNDAY: Confessions before :Mass
Divine Services 11 A. M. 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School ... ... of our county and our state
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship' than Representative Roberts." 1 '
School 9:45: A.: Ma. .
6:45: p. m.-Evening Worship The Church Of God In accepting the appointment, I I

TUESDAY: Representative Roberts said. "I.
1 Of Prophecy Pahokee
Holy Nativity 8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society deem it an honor to again serve as I
Rev. S. N. Allen -0-
Episcopal ChurchPahokee 1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY Christmas Seal chairman for our
: 2500 E. Main St. TB Association.. The tremendous increase WHEN YOU ARE READY TO

7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting Pahokee in the incidence of respiratory BUY OR SELL YOUR FARM
.. OR ACREAGE, 'CALL "COUS-
School diseases such as emphysemaIs
10: a. m.-Sunday
Rev. William Pickets, Vicar .
11:00 Service alarming anJ an extremely serious Ijtf THURMOND".
SUNDAY South Side ChurchOf : a. m.-Preaching
j problem. I am pleased to have
8:00: A. M.-Holy Communion Christ 7:30: p. Evangelistic PHONE: 844.1355,
.. Service a part in helping our, associationto
.I. P. O. BOX 14207,
8:00: p. m. Tuesday-W.M.B.: make progress against this crippling
First Methodist Belle Glade across from 8:00: p. m. Thursday-V.LJ3. lung disease." NORTH PALM BEACH,

Church PahokeeJohn Bowling- Alley on Rd. 80 Everyone welcome. Specialmusic Representative Roberts is past, I FLORIDA
10.00 a. m.-Bible Study and singing. president of the association and
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
A. Briley, Pastor -. ---
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SUNDAY: 7:30 m.-Wed. Bible Study ,
9:43: a. m.-church Sch-jol _p.____u___ _____ ---- ,." '-
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7:45: p. m.-Evening Worship Pahokee Baptist / ,

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Bus Station Will Horace Burgner
(Meet at the Pahokee Woman'a
Club) \ SWEETHEART

Re-Open Canal_ Pt., SUNDAY I HEAR THAT '.
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School

Webb 11:00 a. m Morning Worship, JAMES W.Mc6IMSEYDRINKS '
Operating 6:30: p. m.-B.T.C. '

7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship MILK
WEDNESDAY f Ira TOO GOOD
Canal Point has been without a AT
bus station for several months but 7:30: p. m.-Midweek Service Prayer .MARGARETBRUGGEMAN- TO SE JUST

all that has changed this week ? .
.p FOR THE .
,when W. II. Webb, Sr., re-opened A. -
:.the Shell Service Station with full 'YOUNG/
The Pahokee ChurchOf j
operation of a bus station therein. : ; _
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lie will serve as agent for Trail- The Nazarene ; ( _
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For many, years Mr. Webb operated Rev. Willard Kilpatrlck 94

a bus station in Pahokee 433 Bacom Point Rd. / i
across the street from Vandegrift- ,
Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882
Williams Farms. In conjunctionwith SUNDAY SERVICES: .
the bus station he operated a 9:45 ( I
a. m.-Sunday School
service station and repair shop,
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship
specializing in lawn mowers and I H
6:30 p. m.-Juniors m ar f
mower motors. He also conducteda
7:00 m.-Sunday Evening
p.
key duplicating service there. I
This week, workmen have been Evangelistic Service ," SOUTHEAST FLORIDA' DAIRY INSTITUTE SALUTES_ .
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WEDNESDAY: ., : \2. (
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busy Sasser under, Shell]]the Distributor direction, cleaning of Paul 7:30 p... m.-Midweek Prayermeetinig. ', ," :.' .: '1' ,':, NATIONAL. RE RESTAURANT! : MONTH : I)

Greatest C" la Jhm World Takes Hit family Out To ft" ,
up the Shell]] Station and the surroundings "The "
"Where you are a stranger but
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preparatory to Mr. once"GlacicsBaplistCluireh .. -
Webb's move from Pahokee. This ,
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week he moved all of his repair .r

equipment from the Pahokee spotto ,

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where he is to the
ready serve pub. ,
(Rev. Jonathan L. Wolf)
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Meets in Pahokee Lions Club
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Building ,
Mr. Webb operated for many years, SUNDAY SCHOOL.-9:45 a, m/ Becoiii&Reality .
a new grocery store will be opened.i .
PREACHING-11:00 a. in. and. .
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I' Barfield Highway" f Dream* ** nof 1 longer lIt t J l Everglades t Federal Savings provides

P&hokee' ?' ,"Fla' N, financing-that says "g6 &hea'd" ... NOW !1. Home

A.Phone L. Stone 924-7363, Minister I buying is' made easy; for ypu with .liberal l, l low cost loans

r 4_\ SUNDAY' : f. ,.,w It f. > up to and a loan,period up to 25 years. t Yours will be'
JtlS) a. m,-Sunday School
to smoothly within income circumstances
11:00 ,.. m.-Atoif15ga (Worship tailored ; fit your and

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WORLD'S FASTEST SHADEA viceTUESDAY: closer to debt-free home ownership!' Nice? You said it
tray seed 3 ,
years ago now at 21
ft ft.. at beautiful 1 yeej shade old.,,tree.Salt Will tolerant be 43 7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ . why not come in today!

frees proof small le6"..'a edl no ServiceFirst .
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around crows extremely fast almost iamfeVERGLADES IN A NEW HOME .
evergreen I brought this North Baptist ,
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It to the most wonderful tree ever Church Canal PointRev.
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We specialize- the 9 ft. $5.00 size (00' '
which we furnish with planting andcar. James Harrison FEDERAL
Instructions. Post paid and
guaranteed. Most of our sales ant SUNDAY: '. i i % .
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Page Eight Everjlades New. Canal Point Florida Friday, November S 1965

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WMU' CIRCLES MEET be Mrs. Herman Kautz, Miss Cyn
Hold
Young Lady Home' Pahokee ,Baptist WMU circles Mrs. Schroder Is thia Turbeville, Mrs. E. C. Watson, Garden Clubs

will meet together Tuesday night, Mrs. Billy Turbeville, Mrs. L. P.

From Working In November 9, at 7 p.m. at the Honored' OESMrs. Turbeville, Mrs. Ronald Berry,,Mrs,, Fall Seminar '
church for the" mission study on the By Julian Branch and Mrs. W. K. Aid-., "
book, "Which Way Brazil?" Mrs. ridge. : '
Fair ExhibitMiss H. C. Graham is in charge of ar --- __ .
Vena Mae Schroeder received -, Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, Mrs. Jess
,rangements. Pahokee' Elliott and Mrs. Otto Bleech rep-
... a gift from the
Chapter 184, Order of Eastern Halloween Party resented the Pahokee 'Garden Clubat

Olga Sheffield of Pahokeewas Tucker ListedIn Star in recognition of her charter And Barbecue the Fall Seminar of District 10
back at her desk at the Glades Dot membership in the chapter. A spec- Federation of Garden Cubs in Boca
,
Sugar House this week following a ial program honoring charter Raton Friday. Mrs. Hundley, president .
:four months sojourn at the World's Who's Who bers was presented by Mrs.mem-I Members and associate membersof of the Pahokee Garden Club,
Fair in New York City where she nette McCurdy. Presiding the Loyalette Sunday School gave a report on the activities of
worked in the Palm Beach County meeting were Worthy Matron! Class, First Baptist Church, Pa- the Pahokee Club to the seminar.
exhibit. She than happyto hokee,.enjoyed a Halloween party S .
was more Dr. Dorothy Madolyn Tucker, a Grace Graham and Worthy Patron i
be back although she reportedan and, bar-b-cue at the home of
former Canal Point resident now H. C. Graham.Calling : Training: Union
excellent 120 day stay at the residing at 9850 SW 69th Ave., -----... --- their teacher. Mrs. Lee Wroten,
Friday night October 29. Members Picnic
:fabulous fair. the Enjoys
Miami, is 9,900 women
Six girls from Palm Beach Coun- listed in the among newly issued Fourth Shower presented the outgoing president,
ty "manned" the exhibit during Mrs. Frank Catoe, with a gift in Members of the Canal Point
Edition of Who's Who of American : For
Faith Sasser
this summer and last summer dur- Women. recognition of her outstanding Baptist Junior Training: Union enjoyed

ing the fair. They came from var- book's biographical I service as president. a picnic at Paul Rardin
The
ious sections of the county and Dr. Tucker's attainments summaryof and A miscellaneous calling shower'' Orange and black colors were Park, Friday, October 29. Arrange-
each one reported a good time in the field of educationis will be held Tuesday, November 9, used in the color scheme and Hallo- ments were made by their leaders,
positions
along with a lot of hard work. for Miss Faith Sasser, bride-elect, ween decorations. Lighted jack-o- Mr. and Mrs. Guy Thompson and
follows Dorothy Madolyn
While in the Big City, they as : born Canal of Jack Saceman of Lake Placid.! lanterns placed on the serving tables Mr. and Mrs. Paul Maynor.
TuckerEducator '
shared an apartment. Their quar- The shower will be held at the I in the back yard created the Guests included Rev. and Mrs
Point Fla., June 9 1924 ,
parents
terswere in LeFrak City, about a home of Mrs. Joe Thompson on I proper mood for the party. Lawrence Stewart, Rev. and Mrs
and Irene
George Henry Ruby
mile from the fair. East Main Street... from 8 p.m. to I John Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Char-
Tucker BS Florida State
Degree 1
,
Their schedule consisted of work- 10 p-ra. CLASSIFIED ADS PAY lea Brown and Mrs. Elizabeth
ing from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. two University, 1946 Master's Degree The hostesses for the event will BIO DIVIDENDS Brown.
Teachers College, Columbia
days, from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. two I
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University, New York City, 1950 .
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days and then having a day offWoman's "
PhD Degree, Texas Women'sUniversity
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.. I 1960 teacher's chair .
man women's physical education NOW! WHOLE NEW SERIES OF ULTRA-LUXURIOUS CHEVROLETS
Club In I'I Leon School '
I department, High ,
Tallahassee, 1946-47 teacher at

MeetMrs. Fifth Street School, Las Vegas: ,
Wednesday
Nev., 1947.49 .*- teacher at Con-
niston Junior High, West Palm
Beach 1950-51-() teacher at West
: E. C. Johnson presided at 'CGCAPRICE.
the noon meeting of' the PahokeeWoman's Miami Junior High, Miami, 1953-
October 56 teacher and head of men's
Club. Wednesday,
27. and women's physical education department -

The program featured FHP Sgt. Southwest Miami High
School 195659.
Bill Hawkins of the Florida High- ,
way Patrol troop "L", West Palm Also professor of health and physical J I I "
education, Sam Houston State BYCHEVROLEfI
Beach. Sgt. Hawkins spoke on traf- .
Teachers College, Huntsville, Texas
death
fic safety and gave highway
Following 1960 vice president of G. H. I .
figures fot this past year. Y
l his talk, Sgt. Hawkins held an II Tucker, Inc., Canal Point mem- I i
ber Dade County Little White
{ informal l question and answer per "
; iod at which time members of the House Conference on Education, II
1956 member of American Texas
club discussed traffic problems and
little known traffic violations. Association Health and physical

Mrs. R. F. Hurt was in chargeof Edcation and Recreation (chair
In man College Women Secretaries,
program arrangements. a .'
short business session followingthe 1961.62), South Association Physical

program, it was decided! to Education for College Worn h '
place a fine of 50c on all members en's Legislative 'Committee and Caprice Custom Coupe-with exclusive formal'
who made luncheon reservations Texas Association of College Tea- roof'line that comes on no other Chevrolet. I ..
chers vice president chapter, \ .
i with the club and failed to appearat
the luncheon. 1962.63, of American Association

.Mrs. Bea Wheeler, Mrs. Faye University Professors vice pres-
ident local chapter, 1963-64, of
\ ( Ursry and Mrs. Frances Weeks w
welcomed American Association of University
were as guests.
.T Women.
Dr. Tucker is presently teaching
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Family Reunion physical education. at Hialeah High \ .i

::1 Held By Goodsons I School. ,. ._..__ _
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'::1 A family reunion was held at the II I Altar Society In 'I Caprice Custom Sedan-with superb new
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; home of Mrs. A. E. Goodson on October MeetingMrs. Body by Fisher elegance inside and out.
:i Monday, October 25. Those attend I '
; ing were her sons, Robert L of .
Charleston, S. C., Ronald E., Vero .I ., Ralph Duran was hostess h'
Beach; Charles L., Wichita, Kan- I to the St. Mary's Altar Society LI "
sas; Roy W., James V. and Darryl at the October meeting Wednesday
L. of Canal Point; her daughters, i night. Vernon L. Dexter presented
.1 Mrs. Lena Mock, West Palm Beach; Ithe I program "Our Heritage of
Mrs. JoAnn Bensen, Winter Park; I(: Sacred Music" and completed his I

Miss Joyce Goodson, Riviera Beach; I:talk with the playing of recordingsof I _
Mrs., Betty Nodel and Miss Sylvia famous hymns. _

Goodson, both of Canal Point; and During the business session, an- _
I six grandchildren. nouncement was made 0 f the :
11 The occasion was celebrated by a change in plans for the Cuban dinner

bowling party, lots of good food and sponsored annually by the : Caprice Custom Wijon-with fine new looks .. i
4. ',/ best of all,' just being together So c I e t y. The dinner, originally .f I of hardwood paneling on sides and tailgate.
again. planned for November 13, has been P '

., HEADED 'FOR THAILAND postponed until February. t "" .
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\' Airman Mrs. Charles Modeckl! .. ; ,
2/c- Charles,!* Goodsonis I president ," .f :
I on leave visiting his mother, Mrs. presided at the business meeting r i,. Everything it takes to create'a distinguished armrest. And in the' equally'opulent

d A.. E. Goodson and family, before luxury car has gone into these Custom Wagons, offered in 2or 3-seat
being shipped overseas for a year'stour '
in Thailand. His wife, Linda, new Caprices. models,you can even order carpeting fort

and daughter will be at home in Sandra Lampi Will Beneath the formal styling elegance e cargo area. t

West Palm Beach during his ab Be Married Dec. 11 Ii,.' that sets the Custom Coupe apart, for Each model rides super Jet-smooth.

sence. .... : .... instance, you'll find thick wall-to-wall And for incomparably smooth power,

Miss Sandra ,Rebecca Lampi, carpeting, comfort-contoured seats and you can specify Chevrolet's advanced

Sorority Group: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. 'C' the look of, hand-rubbed walnut on the Turbo/Jet V8 in either a 396or 427-

At Steak Dinner Lampi, will become the bride of' instrument panel, glove compartment cubic-inch version.

I; W.Donell W. Jarriel Smith,,on son Saturday of Mr. and, Decem-Mrs. 'ti' and inside door panels. You can order a The price of it all? Somewhat more

Members of the XI Alpha Nu ber 11, at the First Methodist finely instrumented console,I together than you're used to paying for a Chevrolet:

Chapter. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority Church in Pahokee. with new Strato-bucket front seats. But less, as your dealer will happily con

< and their husbands met at the The double ring, candlelight ceremony .. firm-than the selectclass of fine cars these
home of Mr. and Mrs. Rupert will take place at 7 p.m. Other Strata
Mock for a steak dinner, served In details will be announced later. new Caprices invite comparison ...
the back yard which had been I Mr. Jarriel received an honorable type contours separated by a fold-down with in every detail. ..- \

,transformed to resemble the wilderness discharge from the U. S. Army at )
of a cypress swamp Fort Carson, Colorado, on October See the new '66 Chevrolet, CfaeveBe, Ctarj U,Cervtir& tomtit tt yw Cberrofot deafer

;Mr*. Nina Hatton was assisted 23, and has returned to his former ....--. ,
with arrangements by Mrs. Georgia Job| with the U. S. Sugar Corporation. "1228

Moon/Mrs. Lavinia Parker, Mrs. . .
i Mildred Schoeppel, Mrs. Imogene Chevrolet
t Scott, Mrs. Genevieve Wilson and FOR SALE: 1 SO inch table 8 Stanley .
)frs. Grace Maxson. chairs 8 bar ,stools, 1 National
Cash Register and 7 sections '
Y. CLASSIFIED ADS'PAY shelve. .Call 924-7751 in Canal 164 Lake. Ave. Pahokee. ,.Fla. Phone" 924-5593
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