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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: November 5, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00202
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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November r 12,1965 PUBLISWEI.EEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN



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Southern BeMInAgreement Airman Brock In Reserved Seats I Glades Members At Sugar Act Gets 5

In U. S. Air Force Clearwater Meeting

With ___ Pahokee B. Glade:I : Year Extension ByJohnson's
Dnlnth, MI -Thomas R. Brock, Palm Beach and 63: other countieswere
son of 'Mr. and Mrs. Bert John of represented in Clearwater
Co. Workers, 2043 Bacom Point Read, Tahbkee On Sale ,At PHS during the annual state convention f HandPresident

has been promoted airman second of the Florida Farm Bureau Fed-
class Intthe U. S.Air"Force.. eration. The state's biggest agricultural I
The Southern Bell Telephone Airman Bx>ck Is a Medical service Reserved seats for the annual. organization ''met at the Johnson signed Mon.
Company and the Communications specialist at Duluth International Thanksgiving eve football\ game Jack Tar Hotel from Saturday day a Jive-year .extension( of 'tha
Workers of America, In collectivebargaining Airpoct He supperts the Air between Pahofree and Belle Gladecan November 7 through Tuesday, No- Sugar Act, which increases domestic
begun October lSiign- Defense Command which Is ifh. Air be purchased' at the Pahokee I vember 9. The next state convention producer quotas by 680,000 tons.
ed an agreement Friday on wage Force component of the tIe S. High Schooloffice beginning next will be held In Jacksonville. That provision' will allow U. S. <
changes affecting 60,000 non-super- Canadian North American Defense Monday rooming, November 15, according Among those ,from the Glades sugar producers, to unload a surplus -
visory employees in nine states," Command protecting the centtaent to at announcement by who attended the convention were: they have piled ,up in ware-.
Mid E. F. Reddy, District Manager The airman, a graduate of:)'a- Principal Brocks Henderson. Miss Jane Wierengo, Belle Glade; houses.
for Southern Bell in West Pabn okee High School, attended "She The principal pointed out that a Floyd Erickson, Canal Point; Wale The bill also specifies country
Death. University of Minnesota.Vegetable choice block'' ef reserved seats are ter J. Kauts,Canal POInt and Carl by-country quotas for foreign'pro t
The agreement, subject to unl. A' available In the Belle Glade reserved E. Waggoner, Belle Glade. Mrs. ducers' who are allotted about 40 4
membership ratification, includes seat section and that they Erickson also attended.Tractors per cent of the :U. S. sugar market.
general wage Increase ranging I I Group must be picked up at the local A' The rest of the 10 millionpoundayear -

iron $2.00 to $4.50 a week, depending .school office. No phone calls for U. S. consumption Is filled by
.n job and town classificationof tickets will be accepted, Mr. Hen AllowedTo American beet and cane growers.

of employee. In addition, certain Cites Three For derson said.WEDDING. t The foreign quotas produced the
jobs were upgraded and a number +- Run On most controversy when the bill was
County
of towns reclassified to higher Their Service POSTPONED being considered' by Congress. '
The wedding of Miss 'Cynthia ,Representative Harold D. Cooley
'WacWltea. Turbeville of. Canal Point and Roads When LightTractors D., N. chairman of the House
Southern Bell's Personnel Vie "
Douglas Blanton pf Pahokee, which Agricultural Committee scrapped: -
President The Florida Fruit and Vegetable
W. A. Thompson of Atlanta -
I !was scheduled for Saturday, November I the administration's formula for allotting
said "Our studies made Association announced three recipients
recently pulping-
13, has.been postponed indefinitely the foreign quotas'and the
of wages in the area we recently for its 19(9 out-stand sugarcane
according to an announcement committee wrote its
serve showed the Increase to be I ing. service; ,resolutions.- FFVA is Turbeville. wagons are going to run on ---own.-
Miss
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justified. They 'are ia the Interestof 'oneof the, state's largest farmer .. -- county roads this cane season, according I ,
the best' service to the public organisations.' to an announcement by the A MESSAGE OF APPRECIATIONTO
since It is essential to hare the Toe recipient) \ are Senator Spes- Boca Raton Squad county commissioner, E. W. Weaver THE PEOPLE OF MY TOWN t
services of we -qu 1Ul d employ- sard Holland State RepresentativeW I Signs'have been posted by the '.

..." I / Allen Markham of Okeechobee' county preventing such .practice, To the dear ones who wrote, Ule-
Approximately 18,000 non-super aid Stanley W._Zabkaa New York: Meets Blue Devil but pressure was brought by sugarcane grammed and telephoned messages
of Southern Bell City Interests and the new ruling
visory employees composer. of hope and encouragement during
ia-Florida and the Palm Bcacjsea Holland, .was honored for.his; ef-. j 11 re T /1ite was made to Suit their convenience. those,few days Jake was alive in'
will be affected. .,j 1 tort.,::in:btialT of'Florida.:Agrkrul->; The commissioner In-commenting Lakeland General,Hospital, .. -
States served by' ,Southern BkB tare" orr the foreign farm labor, upon the'action said tIt/. ,to .be To the ones who 'drove aft those '\ '
are Alabama, Florida, Georgia, problem Markham was cited fer After aeek's I t layoff Pahokee specifically noted that this pertainsto miles to stand in his room or to
Kentucky Louisiana, Mississippi, helping to obtain greater state appropriations the movement of empty equip
Devils' In ,take'turns Sitting in chairs out in
School Blue are
for agriculture during High ment hot designed for highway,travel
North Carolina, South Carolina and at the hallwaywaltlng to take their
Tennessee. tbe1965 legislative session. readiness for tonight's game and does not permit the move
turn to lift Jake to ease his cough-
Boca Raton with the eleven -
Zsbka composed the background representing ment of:loaded cane wagons, tractor
According to Charlie; Leonard, Arcadia Ing and to give me 'help in his
local manager, the Glades area was music for 'an FFVA film on the that high school from drawn, In any case." I nursing, care, v.
reclassified to the farm labor' shortage problem. will tome to Pahokee a week Charles! liaison, Glades road su '
same wage tonight -November 19--'and the To the neighbors,, old friends and
schedule as the rest of Palm Beach .. will perlntendent for the county, will)>e church familieswho welcomed a
final of the season come
game
responsible for maintaining a chefkon
County. I her
new widow and three daughters
on'tho' following Wednesday
the roads ahd shoulders to
ascertain -
,with back to their home after the expiration
Corn night -Thanksgiving eve -
Sweet done
Brings It any damage. is being ,
Belle.Glade on the Belle Glade field. Weaver explained.- of husband and father,
I To the senders of many beautiful
Glad.
Following the Belle game, -
Five Students Get $2.50 As SeasonGets the Bill Young Trophy will be presented floral pieces to the church servicesand

by the Pahokee, Lions Club, Florida SouthernReceives floral arrangements to brighten -
'"A"'Fin a custom of long standing: Accord- our home,
Straight
( Underway Ing to statistics assembled this To the good cooks who brought
7 Million food that all'could gather here
week by a Pahokee Lion,the Two we
Teams have each won 11 games together for a bountiful meal and
students P hokei:\tl&'hl That delectable nge ablel"'eet'comIi and.tied three times. heznCollege offer grace' to God for His kindness -
School made straight "A" during being harvested in.rather .a. .. Florida $ a ,
the past six weeks of the fall term large quantities in the Lake Region Methodist institution at Lakeland To say thank you one and all.
of school. Seniors were Glenda this week and, the sales,art satisfactory 'Shoot will receive at least $7 million from MYRLE PLATT
Crews and Josephine Young.: Mary ,to' the growers'' with the Turkey By the estate of the late Mrs. T. G. JOANN CHA8TAIN
: Virginia Willis was the only Junior product .
& }. to make,the grade and Inns Briley for'yellow:corn. White corn'i* being Local ttiQIi lgbNovenib'r.2f:22",23 a Ad longtime patroness of'the eol.J .Jm! LA'11
Sf 1.- wet thQ only cnVM-the.' Sophomore o wtedhigher: "j than: the.:fellow, J egei Ifer bequest fs believed be ,: ,. ._ vv.:... ..-. ... .. ;_ :;.. w1
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dasi.todott.l the Freshman'class but.offerings ;thli particular the'l largest/sihgle 'gift for
"...: ". ...... Ann*.PeU'also.lnadi .tral&'bt--4llA.-I Une are,lighter than"Jn the yellow ( : .education In the history of Florida :Roottf'VisiwArc' }

Honorable Di'Dtlol1of.B.-i better : "oe. -' : .. ..../ ;Mra..:Bockner; a, leader.lit.Jackonviile .,.... .
went to the following:. Corn was the top product In the civic and church ,affairs, '
"''Lc Twelfth grade Kenneth Bethea,' Glades last year exelusivft of sugarcane Wanna turkey for Thanksgiving? died October 2fl In Italy while on an Part ProgramMembers

Tamara Branch Signora Briley, ..According to Associate County Here's your chance to get one free European tour. She was 62. The
JoEllen Brown, Ted Butler, Eugene Agent John H. Causey, the coin- and help a good cause at the same attorney for her estate said the $7 ..
I Canley, Jr., Sharon Coreoran, Sally modity added $18j56&647 to the time. The Canal Point' Lions Club million bequest to Florida Southernwas of the Pahokee PTA
Cornelius, Daniel Gamble, Danny economy of Palm Beach County.Of hat voted to ,sponsor a turkey shoot "a conservative .estimate. got a chance to visit the rooms and
Joseph, John Pell, Michael Sanders the amount, $16,401,728 came for three days, Saturday, Mondayand In her will Mrs. Buckner said the talk with their children's teachers
and James Tyson. from the Glades area alone. The Tuesday, November. 20, 22 and bequest was made "by>> reason of at the November meeting, Monday
Eleventh grade: Lola Adams, Jo- remainder of the commodity came conviction that support of private night Don Adams, president, pre-
dith Andrews, Donald Branch, Timothy from the east coast or "sandland" 23.Present plans call for holding colleges is essential to the educa- sided at the short business session
Gillis, Linda Lane, Mary' Jane section.On the shoot on the lake side of the tional growth and stability of this and heard a report from Wayne
Pell, Margaret Prince Jessie Ann the local market this week, levee where it has been held in past nation." She stipulated that Florida Burdeshaw stating that the Halloween -
k Sheffield and .Charles Wilkinson, several hundred bushels of Acorn years.The Lions Club raises money Southern use approximately $1 for Carnival made a' profit of
squash sold for $2.50 Per bushel. with the turkey shoot to help in I capital Improvements one-third of $256.25, Including the money received -
Jr.Tenth grade: Omar Adams, John Cucumbers were selling on Wednesday buying eye glasses for the needy I the balance for faculty salaries and from the High School Masquerade
Berwick Patricia Lewis, Janet for $2.75 per bushel and folks in the community. It Is one one-third for the endowment fund. Ball.
' )Meredith Deborah Parrish and pepper, though scarce, sold for of the finest projects sponsored by Two local students, Miss Sharon A resolution was accepted designating -
r Evelyn Pitts. $5.00 per bushel.IN the club and they deserve your Johnson and Ricky Parker, both PTA meetings for every'
, Ninth grade: David Carraway, -1'- support for the coming turkey graduates of Pahokee High School, other month. The next meeting will

f Donna Collier, Edna Cooper, Merry THE HOSPITAL shoot .. are students at Florida. .. Southern.Mr. be the second Monday In January.'
y Friend, Lynda" Keene, Janice Kemp, Mrs. Judy Fowler's first grade
r ,I; Deborah Poteete, Ralph Stacy RobMike 'Sanders, son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Branyon and and Mrs. Dick Bordeaux and and Mrs.Gladys Harrington's ninth
I ert Stacy, Gayle Story, Marsha Sullivan Mrs. R. M. Sanders, Is a patient in children of Melbourne were the I.I children of Norfolk, Virginia, were grade were awarded the room
v \ : Glennie Trett, George H.,' Everglades Memorial Hospital undergoing weekend guests of her parents, Mr. the weekend guests of his parents, count. Refreshments were servedby
r w Tucker, m, Pamela Ursry and treatment: for'a'thigh in-I mid Mrs. W. S. Cross in Canal ( Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux In Mrs. Betty Connell, Mrs. Doris
Linda Wright. J jury Point. I Canal Point. Maxwell and Mrs. Lois White.

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genator Gea fg ;A. Smathers |I

J his health improves ling on prayer and Bible reading, FOB SALE :New and Used Willys

hbiwlll'retIri' from jhs Senate butvNowemher 26-29 the Vero Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage

when his thirdfterm. ends in Bead .Junior Hrh School walls in Belle Glade, Phone 6-8058.
1968. tHe > '< 1
will resound with nothing*but prayers Oct. 17-M-eh.
made in
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,' Bible reading and! discussions
statement following his release
from Unirer- ,as 1,000 Jehovah's Witnesses hold
Monday
Georgetown '
Point FloridallSWfe11 sity Hospital In Washington( whereleuhasJteen their semi-annual circuit assembly, SINGERElectric : <-
The RarinBuilding Canal
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minister the local
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Smathers; who'Srill be 62' nextm
: miniatersi'dlimased In console tattart. like n .. SeW
!1 .I.T.M l a y Jj; fljjj; m, sal 1 .wit o 1t. p cal\lm.- baptising new : torw rt and rrrana. All atUetaMBta ,
Ser iAg Slid Lats tali Re "1 / prbvsin.nU wfthinf 18 'Usi P'eryiaorof for making fcottoobolM. Efc-Agstn* .
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Interruption Every Week for 40 Years I the Southeastern Urii{ed States, .ad fancy (Utctk designs. FuaygumatMdl
alternative"
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On be seen :
:: Established March li19&; ::1":1' ub1ITcd) Every1rIdap' leave:'the"Senate seat he, has held _rjfJkpg.pn s.the; subject,:?Shawing*'.. :"t 1s s'NiCbt; .>.ODtbJy nsya.ents0f your
' A\ I.'otnt Florida 33438 since 1960.. >, Discernment in the lWiMstijThe $4$1, or.,. wttl" .discount. tor. .erta
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villain ll.s seemed to be turning; ,in, many r I,
}lt his .mortal: wound. Does he cities the sad statistics were climb ? titigAir Conditioning Appliances 'tiI f ft

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time to time.,Not by individuals in 'on :the probleni" Witness the .

but by outworn custom, fashions, project recently launched: In'Mont- ,

tr nd.l.i They,:rarely expire, alUat gomery County Pennsylvania,

once; if happens gradually, with where, the National Tuberculosis wl I a iK

periods of waxing and waning.until 1 Association Jts,local affiliate,,. and
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I'I i' [- PERSONAL1EjS S.. N ( : : ]- WeddingJisSet For Miss November Faith Sasser, daughter 20. of I I Met Patterson Members On of Monday the Circle lone Patterson I i Mrs.Guest Lively;Speaker Is '""".".



R Mrs. Doris P. Sasser and Pant Sas Circle of the Canal Point Baptist
I ser, Pahokee, win become the brideof Church met at the home of Mrs. W. Mrs. E. M. Lively of Belfc Glade
"j Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers spent Miss Sasser Feted John C. Saceman, Jr., son of S. Cross Monday afternoon with 'was the guest speaker at the November -
this weekend in St. Augustineand
past j At ShowerThe Mr. and Mrs. John C. Saeeman, Sr.. Mrs. J. L. McCah,. ehairnran, pre meeting' of the Woman's
attended the Florida-Georgia Calling
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Lake Placid'"IA.aa..B p-m. ceremony siding. Plans for preparing Sun. Society off Christian Service at the
football in Jacksonville
i \ game on Saturday, November 20, at the First Methodist Church in Pahokee
Baskets for shut-ins were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. E.I home of Mrs. Joe Thompsonwas shine i
First Methodist of Pahokee. Monday night Introduced y Mrs
Church
made. The baskets will be distributed
; Wolfe. shower
the scene of a calling r William j 'John Mrs. .
Rev. Coffield, minister of HattDDi. Lively gave testimony
during the Thanksgiving sea
; Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard honoring Miss Faith Sasser, bride-
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of her
the' First Methodist Church, Lake own experience as a
i and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ernest spent elect of Jack Saceman,. of Lake
son.Mrs. Christian
and her healing mission.
Placid will officiate. ,
the
', of this week Placid, from 8 to W. S. Evans presented
the.first part in Fort Tuesday night lO)
Miss her It amnonced by Mrs. Louis
Sasser halt chosen as and was
"My Church Hearing
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Lauderdale, where they attendedthe p.m. Greeting guests
matron of honor Mrs. Davis, spiritual life cultivation
her sister, '" .
Obeying. She was assisted by Mrs.C.
Florida Convention.Mrs. her mother, Mrs. Doris
Baptist were
|Penny Clark. .Bridesmaids will be chairman, that 31 entered:
persons
B. Jones Mrs. W. P. Hitchcock,
J. V. Thomas and Mrs. Paul Sasser Mrs. John. Saceman, Sr., ,
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Miss Cyndy -Friend, Lake Park; the church sanctuary for medita,..
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Mrs. J. L. McCaJQ. Mrs. Alma}
Rardin were the recent of mother of the bridegroom-elect, and
guests
Mrs. Thomas' daughter and son-in- Mrs. Thompson. All wore.white orchid (Miss Sandra {llvey, Atlanta; Miss I and Mrs. Benlah George. tion aid prayer. on Wednesday, October
Diana Kunze, Atlanta; Mrs. Yvonne 2T ta observance of Works
f It was announced that the mis-
law Mr. and Mrs. Robert I
Meyer corsages. Chaplin, St. Petersburg 'Miss Mary Day .f Prayer and Self Denial
; lion study the book "Which Way
and Butch at Hialeah. The bride's tablo was laid with an / on
son. They I
Ann Ulmer, Miami and Miss Cyn- off for missions
leaving $30
In Brazil will be held.on November an offering -
were accompanied home by Butch, ecru lace cloth over pale yellow and .
thia Turbeville, Canal Point. t tI ..
15 at 6:30 Teaching the I
who has been the guest of his centered with a crystal punch bowl p.m.
Miss Kimberly Branch, daughter I book will be Mr. and Mrs. Jim
grandparents for several days. I surrounded with _,yellow hibiscus
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Mrs. Hugh ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Maxson were and fern. Lighted tapers in silver will flower and Thompson. Mr. Thompson. is district I.
serve ring ,
as girl
the recent guests of their son and holders were placed on either end missionary for the Indian 1k'\ 1tTI"I7fl': lh7\'I'1"\'II7'llI l\
bearer will be Robert Tucker
(of the table. Small of cake Johnny .River and Big Lake Baptist Association -
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bob squares .

III, ,.of brideelect.Don
godson the
Maxson and son, Todd, at Boca{decorated with wedding bells were Saceman, Lake Placid, will 1[ and Mrs. Thompson is a PRINCE THEATRE
Raton. served to the guests. former Baptist'State//mission study
serve as his brother's best man.
Prentice Turbeville has returnedto I Hostesses with Mrs. Thompson Ushers will be Jack Scarborough, chairman. PAL1OKEE, FLA.
I Mrs. Herman*Kautz, Mrs L. .
his home from a recent stay in were LakePlacid .Mike Yusko, Lake
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Everglades Memorial Hospital. I P. Turbeville, Miss Cynthia'Turbe Placid;.-.Charles Reynolds, Lake !SUNDAY: MONDAY TUESDAT.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wroten and ville, Mrs. Ronald Berry, Mrs. E. C. Placid; Douglas Tuck, Lake Placid; Mothers Please!
Nov. 14 15 16
i Watson, Mrs. Julian Branch, Mrs.
children were the Sunday dinner ,
Gary Mitchell Clark, Pahokee and
guests of her mother, Mrs. 'Velva Billy Turbeville 'and, Mrs. W. K. Frank Ruttinger, Jr., Lake Placid. I Help Is Needed V
Aldridge. Their gift to Miss'Sasserwas "THE MONKEY'SUNCLE"
Elliott, in Naples.Mr. Junior ushers will be John Phil
and Mrs. Rupert Mock and a serving piece to her sterling I
lips, Fairfax, South Carolina, cousin Mothers, Please! Leaders are
Mr.; and Mrs. L. J. Fraser attended silver. ... '11 i of the bride-elect and James needed desperately for Girl Scout
the Florida-Georgia football game Paul, Sasser. brother of the bride. Juniors, grades 4-5-6 and Cadets, StarringTommy -
in Jacksonville this past weekend.Mr. Tests Are Taken'By .A.- grades 7-8-9. If,you are interestedin Kirk Annette.
and Mrs. Wiley Tillis were Mr. and Mrs, Joe Parker of working with these young girls Leon Ames
the recent guests of her brother Local StarsMrs. Jacksonville were the weekend please contact Mrs. Nancy McCar- (IN COLOR)
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ley, 278 Banyan Avenue or Mrs.

I I Pete'Mrs.Jaudon J. G., at Weeks Starke.has returned Grace Graham; Worthy Matron J. P. Parker, in Canal Point. I Laurie Justice, phone 924-T67& I\U111 II"-VJIWIJ.MIIM1W: :alwJ
Mrs. Bernice
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matron; Mrs. Jennie Me- -"- 1 --- --'- ,;
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and I'i
Kinstry, secretary 'Mrs. Jessie ,
Starke. Barnes, treasurer; officers of the '. ... I ...
Mrs. W. M. ;
Stamps and Mrs.E. '
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A. Jensen left Thursday for Atlanta '
Eastern Star, motored to Clewiston
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Dobson of Arcadia, past grand matron 'y.a .-

Baby Shower For OES.of the Florida,Grand Chapter, kt '. : :! -of her own. '; 'V

Mrs. Wetherington
The tests were conducted in the i '
Masonic Hall at Clewiston. 'Host- -/ r.. : So she:,can say all the th.ings' ::
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Mrs. C. R. Wetherington was esses during the lunch hour were ; ; ,
honored with a baby shower Monday members of the Clewiston Sugar. { .

.Hand.night at The the honoree home of'was Mrs.seated Lester land" Chapter of the. .. OES. ;:c ; .' ;sixteen loves to say. In private .. .. ; :.

in a chair decorated in pink and BRIDAL LUNCHEON ti }} So :families can do all the things'th.like Ji: '

blue and presented an orchid cor- A bridal luncheon honoring Miss ,. 2K }
sage with two tiny baby dolls at- Faith Sasser will he held at the .'.,r.. "
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wore on .' .
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I Colors of pink and blue were Lewis Friend of Pahokee is the And have their ." .
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carried refreshment out in table the decorations.featured an The ar- hostess. '. ',,' ,..,.\", ,: privacy, too. rt,;.'

rangement of pink sweetheart roses PATIO SHOWER ,. ; ,7 Extension phones 7 '
and a white stork carrying a baby. Miss Faith Sasser, bride-elect of "1 t" f' rill. "
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The hostesses assisting Mrs. Hand Jack Saceman, was honored with '4"
were Mrs. Ray Hawk, Jr., Mrs. Julian i a miscellaneous patio shower and '.'':& are helpful in i so many ways.
Branch and :Mrs.} Wendell Iiarn bar-b-cue at the home of Mr. and :- .. "
, a. Their gift to Mrs. Wetherington Mrs. Marvin Vandegrift Friday /f ;
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f. was a set of silver diaper pins. .night, November 5. any age. any room. -

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Church Qjtfihrist krst 'BaptistChurcli G aria '''P oint .. > IJ =\ ', \l w" i' l ..,: fIII'! 'Iri t=&t&'t11t.1! dead drivers ,
-Col/ H.. NJKirkmaJV-Director-jif lluL Jn..acddents: with drinking
125: N. W. Avenue D .. Patiokee.jQuthri Baptist Church. .. the Department of Public Safety drivers. j|,
Phone WY 6-888T 'n-, 4""f,tawrence" -Stewart, Psstoe; :' r said recently, "Alcohol was a lead. "The drinking driver has proven
Belle Glade Fla. 4|' W. Colvard Pastor SUNDAY ing factor in fatal accidents to be a murderous menace d" the
'SUNDAY SERVICES SUNDAY : : throughout Florida, according to highway and therefore, if Y iU're
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10:00 a. m.-Bible Study ; 9:45 a. nu-Sunday School" li:00 a. nv--Sunday Y'rab1p the Department's accident records. going to drink, DONT DI\ VE."
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship, ;i:00 a. m. -Mornil r, ; ip1J'Trading"thinn .$' L m.-1-Trainingn3on JtfQrnlng :} Drinking may Tie a factor in asmtit.h declared Kirkman.: '

7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship I ::30V\:': '" ,t \ p : 1t t1 Natal motor 'aP'. ,
WEDNESDAY r 745; it., ,,(y > WllDNI+ DAY -A jtcf4ettts.i..dppening' on .,-
T:30 p. m.-Bible Study WEDNESDAY: ". 7:30 :Meting today, based on
p. m.-Prayer
1 1:30 p. nir Prayer Service .-SeerS some special studies. _"
I"'J'" I \ "3 An eight;,yeflr* r.W S" In, Dade Thurmond W. KnightREALTOR
St. Peter's Lutheran
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?rb' kethodist'Churcn tr 1ary's' CotfntyrevlaT a tlial 47|(percent of

Church Belle Glide alk traffic victims. tested for alcohol '4;"
Canal Point Florida y* J ( 'il Church;: P :
had been drinking; among drivers -:- ..Jt
Pastor Francis+ Pastor killed in singel-yehicle accidents
vjr August Koerber Father., : JTennech :
/,. 601 W. Lake Rd.. Belle Glade' Edward F Norton, Pastor Sunday Mass lltSO: a. m.ConfeBaions 68 per cent hail/,'been drinking ::
J SUNDAY: V SUNDAY., : v bffora MawTke ,. according Dade County of-
Divine' Services 11 A. 1C. H '!11OO 9:45: a"m.I'uuuay a."nie-Morning; /:: School Wdrihl; I 'J '11:I I.,.. '<"',.or'" << .' -T-1... f lieia1a; 't' :4 ,'\ I I '
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School 9:45: : A:! M. j Of '
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/Holy Nativity 8:00: p. m.Womah's'Soctety IOfPJ'Rev.,S. N.,Allen Pattol1 Vdmmatk II'Snd.the 1. )' will I -- .,.
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$Episcopal Church : i" .' .,fl lli.. ', .. .. .2500 f 'E, Maln St.., '..., curb continue Half*their fatal accident causing s to I WHEN YOU ARE BEADY4O

V Pahokee 7:90 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. Pahokee causing"factor since studies have I. BUY OR SELL YOUR FABM
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7 loy,SUNDAY South Side Church 11:00,' m rPreacMoff Service drinking drivers were clearly at I. IN TIIURMO .,
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f 8:00 A. 1C-Holy Communion Of Christ 7:30 p. Evangelistic- per PHONE: 844-1SW, .?
mtm Service of the non-drinking drivers were P. O. BOX 14207,
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First Methodist Belle Glade across from 8:00 p. ,m.Thursda -V.llB. The Cofrnmander is quick topoint NORTH PALM BEACH

*"Church Pahokee Bowling Alley on Rd 80 Everyone, 1oome. Special [ out also that the social drink I FLORIDAra
10.00 a. m/-Bible Study ornate and staging !I. 4T ing drive in most cases is just as
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Secretary "of(; Labor W. Willard SUNDAY ', '3.,r" F1EAR'T,' AT :. .:
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Tuesday 9.45 a. m.-Sunday School .
,!. Lauderdale, Jacksonville, Orlando, 11:00: a. m/ Morning Worship JAMES W. Mc6IMSEY W .
Pensacola, Tampa and West Palm 6:30 p. m B.T.C. WHYNOT. ,
Beach will have new Youth Opportunity 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship DRINKS MIllK
< Centers (YOC) established WEDNESDAY rj"S 150 6000
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I concern for its :youth, particularly I The NazareneRev. \ i'L
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Youth Opportunity Centers serve Phone 924-7828 P. O. Bok'882 .' rj': : .
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counseling and guidance services ,
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'jr Centers, State Employment Service Evangelistic Service INSTITUTE SALUTES J,
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y T He employment.senice. .> offiedjstaffs.CLASSD1ED : .., M. 'mee inigr' ': .......Jrayer.._..:. "," : 'J.J ; (1'f Tht tlfetttj.d\ !i t/J tftdd foti ttt Fualtf OU UC- .*

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t WORLD'S FASTXST HADtW) TUESDAY- : '- Ccloser to debt-free 1 home t ownersHipNict> !:( ? You said it !5

tiny teed 3 reere ago DOW M 21
ft.., at beautiful 1 yeej "i.UM.Salt WU1 tolerant.Freese be 4Stto. 7:80: p.Service Youth for Christ . why not come in today! ,1

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around STOWS ly fact alA 'I'1NVEST1.lIN--A"NEW-HOl\IE
most evergreen. X brought this North First Baptist
I Pole scrub to Florida and convertedIt ..:
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which We peclallM we furnish In the with I ft.planting W 00 atM.and JamM; ;:sritsoar M "..... ,I EVERGt.DES:; FEDERAL J
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) '.F men. All vartetie of nursery toot 11:00 a. nu Morning Worship ,
CPa 8UNDA TD.' Write for free
pictures and literature 6:80 p. rn.-B. T. C. ACCOUNTS I INBUBB)BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE OOBF. V.Pahpkee

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Christmas Club Reed and Mrs. Daniel L. McCartin, Board Will Hear

mother of the bridegroomelect.Miss In Florida s
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Checks MailedRupert Karen Reed was in charge of Arguments For "
the guest book. The hostesses' giftto"Mlss'
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Mock, President of the and dry teflon iron.. Passenger TrainsThe beer's the one... ."
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Bank of Pahokee, says that distribution >I''.

of over $6,300.00 in Christ- Eastern Star Florida Public Service Commission for good taste, ( ,, '
mas Club Savings (accounts ranging Box Supper' has announced a series of "
from 50 cents per week to $5.00 public: hearings beginning November fun \
per week) to 79 persons will assure 23 to determine the public need good II.
of having that An old-fashioned box supper will
many persons for pre-strike train servIce '
be held at the Community Build passenger I
needed extra cash for their Christ-
by the Florida East Coast Rail. R ..
mas shopping. This is the first year ing in Canal Point, Thursday eve- road. ? r
that the Bank of Pahokee has offered ning, November 18, for Pahokee The hearings will be held In :.. ; ti ,
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this new service. eleven cities along the Jacksonville 4
The bank feels that the Christ- husbands. The ladies will bring to Miami route of the FEC. '
mas Club Savings Program was a boxes of food containing a meal for Commission Chairman Edwin -
success and that it will be even I two persons and these boxes will Mason said the hearings have been
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more successful as more and more I be auctioned off to the gentleman called to receive written and oral
people realize that the Bank of Pa making the highest bid. Arrange- testimony. The FEC, Atlantic CoastLine
hokee is offering this easy weekly ments are being made by Mrs. Railroad 'and Seaboard Air-
savings system. The Christmas Velma Hall and her Ways and line Railway were made respond- -

Club money is mailed to the savers Means ,Committee.- ents in the proceedings, Mason said, -
each year before the middle, November for the purpose of providing material i' "
in plenty of time for their Collie Holts Are .
the commission feels .is. rele-. .,f. ,
Christmas shopping. '
Honored At Party vant.
Mason explained the commission You name ping-pongorcheela:
your game
Kitchen Shower For ever authorized FEC ,to'' halt or ,
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Collie reduce passenger train service, but ers, cards or chess. Play it hard, and it

Miss Faith SasserMrs. Holt entertained with an "openhouse" ordered the railroad to restore fullirestrike takes a lot out of you. That's when you
them their 26th
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Martha McIntosh and Mrs. Wedding Anniversary, Wednesday hearing earlier this year. FEC,ap- like most to settle down in a soft chair and enjoy

Alma farrow entertained with a night at 7:30 p.m. in the community pealed to the Supreme Court and your friends' talk and your beer's taste. Beer was
kitchen calling shower honoring room of Everglades Federal Savings the court said they need only com-
Miss Faith Sasser Saturday night, and Loan. The refreshmenttable ply with the minimum service of made to relax with. Made to refresh you, cool

November The bride's table was featured a tiered wedding one round-trip passenger train per you, cheer your taste. So next time you're playing I
laid with a white embroidered cloth cake and lighted tapers. day as required by state law and
and featured a pink umbrella and this is being done at the present. some sociable at-home 'game, take time'

lighted white tapers. Pink and Japanese Dinner out for the companionable taste of beer: '"
white colors were carried out in Recent guest of Mrs M. F. @{
the refreshments of while chocolate For Sorority George was her brother, IL- B. ; UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC.
bon-bons, white chocolate love tails, of Miami.. '. ;::; ",. ;" ', P.a BOX 273.WINTER PARK.FLORIDA ,
knots, nuts, cookies and punch. I A Japanese Sukiyaki dinner at V' .* '..
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The honoree received a redi-bake the home of Mrs. Gethie Friend is -- -- ---

oven, a gift from the hostesses.Out being planned as the social event .,. "' . ;: .:' ;;
of town guest was Mrs. John of the month for members of Xi ': : .. +1 i: .

Saceman of Lake Placer mother of Alpha Mu Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi .,.. 'i ;.....
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the groom-elect. l' "1' ; .
.. Sorority. The dinner will be held .' I'
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I Thursday evening, November 18. r'.
Stork Shower ForMrs. Japanese attire is optional but each 'l \,. .i*, A bedroom !
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phone.
is asked
Calvin Dixon member to bring pillowsfor ; .
herself and her guest. .yr'"M ; ".4't ", if, ..i'S
At the business meeting held in I T;
Mrs. Danny Jackman entertainedwith the; Pahokee Elementary School LI. / get away it all. ;

a stork shower honoring'Mrs. brary Thursday night, members .
Calvin Dixson Friday night, November voted to donate $1 each to help f I" : And ,?
It' all done.
6. A color scheme of pink, make Christmas more enjoyable for -, get j
blue, yellow and,turquoise was car the mental patients of Palm Beach I .. "
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ried out in the refreshments and County. Mrs., Eva, Spooner will be ,
To shut the noise. The
decorations. Mrs.Dixson was presented in charge of collecting donations. out crowd.
with a silver feeding fork : Mrs. J.' T. Boynton presented a .
and spoon, a gift from the hostess. brief program On art, illustratingher '

II. .. remarks with pictures. jJ; ; TO plan. Dis'cuss.Settle .

I Sorority Thanked 'BIRTHDAY PARTY *,' \ "
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things
quiet.
4! ,By New Hospital --- peace
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Andersonwere .
overnight guests in :Miami t
it's
The November 2 city council Beach Saturday where they celebrated bedroom phone the answer.
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meeting of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority Mrs. Anderson's birthday ,
was held at the home of Mrs. with dinner -
a party. They were
Dorothy Buckner with Mrs. Mary joined at the party by Mrs. An To lots of things.What .
Thomas, president, presiding. A let- derson's sister, Mrs. Lester Reynolds
ter of appreciation from Jesse SI- and brother and sister-in-law
( else that costs so little gives much?
monds, Everglades Memorial Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Austin Staples.. you so )
administrator, was read stating ...
that funds given by the sorority 'WILL ATTEND GAME

had furnished two pediatricrooms. Mr. and Mrs.,Lloyd Hundley will
;. .The next city council meetIng leave for Gainesville this weekendfor
will be held at the home of
a, visit ,with their son, Wayne
Mrs., Cecile Watson a. _on. December 7. a student at the University of '
Florida. They plan to attend the 5a r,,
y
I :Miss Reed Honored Florida-Tulane. football game Saturday b 44LvIiJ

At Calling Shower before-returning.... home.

: \ 'i1 i--- OUT HOSPITAL, "
I ; Mill eat1ie'r,;...need, bride-elect) Miss Dell.McDowell, daughter of
!' : '..of. Psflny McCarttn' whole rnar-? Mr. and Mrs. Gene McDowell,.has
1:; :riag(to Mr. MeCartin wale evenl returnedto hej bome'afteV a brie .,* ; vt
.. wy; t ,at>'th"*Church-->f Holy....Natlvity-. *tay ,at.fevergjUea Memorial Hot

:; ":.: _Saturday, was fcaoredwith** mi% .ital., *. ..... ';' 'I d,
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.:..' cellan ous calling. shower:at thf I
;:home of Mrs: Alys Okie Thursday > 'Mr.' and Mrs James 'Deal i ?,y, t w y tr
,night from 8 to 10 p.m. daughters, Nancy and Lisa, left
Hostesses with Mrs. Okie were I Monday for their home in States

Miss Ellen Morgan, Mrs. Johnnie boro, Georgia, following a week'
'Verhulst, Miss Sharon Reed, Mrs. I stay with her parents, Mr. and Mrs
:June Williams, Mrs. Doris Sasser, B. C. Sims, in Pahokee.
: ';jMiss! Karen Reed, Mrs. Alma Far I I Mrs. Mae Laflin has returned to
I ;row and Mrs. Luther York. her home from Pembroke, Georgia,
'!: I & Greeting guests,with the honoree I where she was called by the death

I .were. her mothe| Mrs. Eugene 11.tJ. I of her aunt, Mrs. V. P. Bowers. I

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