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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 12, 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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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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'Tice-annual ThanksgiTi1Jl'lemCI: Canal Point"Baptist Church. to .establish, are :fast slipping into 'Thanksgiving. We, in our abun- in Thanksgiving." The CawIPofht-- ...
,of fellow community citizens: at I When ,our sons and brothers are oblivion, is it not time that we dance, can surely come to give Baptist choir will sine "Servethe" .;
: fighting in tar off lands, when the should assemble in the place where thanks much as they did and renew Lord with Gladness" and other tray'ditlonal I
which time all men crane tto give heritage, we hold dear is decaying :tthey found strength and hope thatwe our vows to God, country and lib Thanksgiving music. The "
:thanka for the heritage of freedom before:Our very eyes, when the very too might find reason to take erty.Rev. service will begin at 9.00 a.m. and
speech: life and separation from !II principles for which the founders of up the fight Edward Norton, pastor df will last approximately 45 minutes.
.hunger and want, will *be held our country and patriots fought I The pilgrims had but five grainsof the Canal Point Methodist Church, This is for all peoples of all faiths. \
Thursday, November 25, in the I suffered privation, lived and died corn' to share cBkthat. first will speak in "Keeping the Thanks to come together as brothers.

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Market STEAK.Members SUPPER of ,the 33 Beta Tau Lions Change Mind I'tON[' Overnight THEIR guests HONEYMOON of Mr. and Mrs. Turkey Day GameIn

sonority: enjoyed a steak supper at Lee A. Wroten were her cousins,
Steady And PriceIs the home of Mr. and Mrs. David I Again Shoot Plan Mr. and Mrs. John Ramsay, of Mobile Belle Glade To
Unwin Saturday night. Guests Alabama, who art touring
were husbands of the members.The i Florida on their'' honeymoon. Mrs.
ProfitableThe December: 2 meeting will le held at Friday Sat Mon. Ramsay" fs the former Miss Kay Draw Huge CrowdThe :;
the home of Mrs. Louis Zaccag- Parker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.J. .
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winter vegetable market in w This time for sore maybe I annual Thanksgiving eve
the Glade section of Palm Beach the Canal Point Liens have set a : FundsI football classic-Belle Glade Rams
County )la holding steady this week Home Society Has date for their annual Turkey Shootto Project; versus Pahokee Blue Devils+is all
and prices are satisfactory although raise money to assist In buyingeye set for next Wednesday night on
not- as high as they have Meet In N.P. BeachThe glasses for the unfortunateswho Furnish 2 RoomsMrs. Memorial Field in Belle Glade,
been or will be at future times. cannot afford to buy them. Both teams are in top condition for
When the Glades growers can make Two different date. have been an- the annual affair and a large crowdis
a reasonable profit on their commodities first annual meeting of the nounced ,by. different members of ) Elaine Unwin presided a* expected because it is the BIG
you don't hear much South Coastal Division of the Chil- the club. Now comes what appearsto the recent meeting of the XI, Beta game of the' year for both towns
grumbling out of them. It's when dren's''i Home Society of Floridawas be the official' date. Tau sorority which met "at her and schools.
'the prices hit rock bottom that they held at the P. G. A. Clubhouse. Friday, Saturday and Monday, home. Each member contributed The Bill Young Trophy will be
really gripe. In North Palm Beach Gardens Sat- November 19. 20 and 22, are the $2.00 to the Palm Beach: County presented following the final whis
The demand for celery this week urday. President Ralph Johnson new dates and officials of the club Mental Health Association. Mrs. tie by officials of the Pahokee
has been moderate and the prices gave the welcome address and Introduced extend a cordial invitation to each Mary: Thomas, city council; representative Lions Club. According Lions
have ranged from 43.50 down to the.guest speaker,.Judge and every person-who wants a turkey ,- reported that-. proe't Club statistics each team bal won
..q. $3.00. Thedemand: Is good e for R. S., Hewitt, who spoke on "The I for' *TBInisgrrJng' "dinner to funds have been Spent to furnish eleven games and there"'have been
sweet corn and the price has been Needed a,Conciliation Court." I com by and JnTt.it a few cents in two pediatric rooms in the new three ties.Tonight.
steady at $2.60 for fancy offerings. ,Attending from Pahokee and I,an effort to carry'one borne as ,a Everblades Memorial Hospital. on Lair Field in Faho-
A few cukes have' been moving Canal Point were Mrs. Ralph result of his expert',markmanship, Mn. Norma Aldridge reported' kee, the eleven representing Area -
and the demand has been very good Johnson, Mr and Mrs.. M. P. Stanley The shoot will be' held on the op the first meeting of the newly I dia High School! will' play Web
with the market firm at $2.50 to Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Hatton Lake side of the levee where it has formed Community Care eom..lt-j I I Pell's aggregation and a large
$2.75 per bushel crate.. The mar- ;Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rogers andMr. been held during the past years.Through tee, a committee formed crowd will turn out for that encounter
ket Is good and the demand steadyfor and Mrs. Harlan Sears. Portions the years the local establish a day care center ,in the because the Blue Devils
radishes at 90c. of the program were televised Lions Club has bought eye glassesfor Pahokee area. are enjoying a winning streak.
A few beans have been moving on the 11 p.m:news program. those unfortunate folks 'who I The program' was presented, by Last Friday night in Boca Raton
this week and the price has been cant afford them financially and Mrs. Lois Whit entitled MHow to the local squad won by the resounding .
good. Some fair quality. sold forf. local folks have given the club unusually -i Live,365 Days a Year." score of 26 to 7. A large delegation -
$3.60, while some fancies brought good support in their civic' ; of local fans accompanied
the grower $4 00 per bushel. Waitress Course efforts. The Turkey 'Shoot will I the Blue Devils to the lower east
I .. make some money and it will go coast elm Beach County town for
To Be AvailableAn for a good cause. Support Jt., Masons Attend the game.
: Funeral Services .. 4. .

Mrs. Reynolds 73 Two Big Events
For John Dragon adult education course for Colvards Host
i I waitresses will begin on November ,
22 under the direction of the Adwt Passes Away Attending the Grand Cross Color
Mass was held yesterday morning education division of the Palm Banquet In the Masonic Hall in Their Deacons
at Wetherington Funeral Home teach County school system. Belle Glade Saturday night from
Chapel for John Dragon 75, who"rt' Registration for the course will Mrs. Virginia Olivia Reynolds, Pahokee and Canal Point were Mrs.
..died Tuesday at Everglades Memorial be on November 22 at t.heDlxiana 73, a resident of Pahokee for 17 Bernice Sheppard and daughter, Rev and 'Mr.. Guthrie Colvanl
-JI. .. Hospital la Pabokee. Father Gmt In Belle Glad Cost of the 5- years, died Saturday, November 13. Miss Hazel Sheppard, Mrs. Jessie entertained the active deacons oft
Fennech officiated. ,and burial 'was weelf course is $2.OO which will be Services were held at the First Barnes, Miss Mary Lei :Adam, e First! ,Baptist Church of Paho
in Port Mayaca Cemetery. T paid when registering" Methodist Church.of Pahokee at 11 Mrs. Elaine Weeks,>Ilss Ann Peacock .=: kee with 'their wires on Sunday *
: The deceased was a long-time The classes will meet two 'days a.m.;Monday, November 15., Rev. H., :G.; Rodgers and. II. A.Fundcrburke. evening November 14, after the "fevening
,,J\'i' resident of Pahokee where*he:and .''eek'fr m 0:00 to 11:00.a.m. and John Briley, officiated. Pallbearerswere ; services. The some of 'Mr. |
his wife, Nola, operated successfully from 2:00 to 4:00: p.m. Meetingson. Gerald Hare Louis Minis, Albert :, The Masonic Home in St. Peters. and Mrs. Colvard was arranged for ,
---4- for Nela's Dress day will beheld at the Dixiana' .Snyder, Duncan Padgett, R. J. !burg was the scene of a Rally Dayon the occasion and the table was laid
many years .
, I with dips, cheeses, chip., crackers: ,
Attend.
Main Street. lie Grill the meeting place for the Schroder and Frank Roielle. Sunday November 14.
Shop on was a
I from the Pahokee-Canal Point pickles, olives. Also, Mrs. Colvard
member of the Catholic faith. other day has not been announced.The big
his Nola course is for adults only. Messiah'7Pahokee area were Mrs. Jennie McKinstry, had prepared her favorite banana
wife
He is survived by ;
, one brother, Joseph Dragon, Mel.ro.e Nor school children will be enrolled.It "The Mrs. Jessie Barnes, Mrs. Lois Carson bread also her pound cake with .
is designed to help any woman Mrs. Grate Graham and Miss fresh coconut.
Massachusetts three sisters
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who would ,like'to become a wait- Lodns :The ,time was an Informal get-
Mrs. Mary McDonald, Mrs., Rose Dec. 5th Gra.T'.a. and fun. In
I, Dowling and Mrs. Annie MeHugh, tees but finds it'hard to get a job t, addItion together to of the fellowship deacons the Minister
all of Melrose, Massachusetts beaDle"aheJacka experience. -
I Milk PreferredBy of Education Bill Earnest and
r''I Pallbearers were George Johnson, More Information on the course The Palm Beach Junior College ,
'., Alert Johnson, Dexter Sappington, may be obtained by,calling the 441 Choir will present "The Messiah"by YoungstersA wife were present.
:' Marvin Crady, Ben Abney and Leon Steak House in Pahokee, the Dixi Handel on' Sunday evening, December Deacons and Earl wives Gamble present Mr.were and 1
Mr. and Mrs. ,
f t: Spooner. ana Grill In Belle Glade or 'any 5, at the First Baptist
.a.I other restaurant. in Pahokee. or Church of Pahokee. The time for survey of drink preferences of Mrs. Frank Catoe, Mr. and Mrs.
Canal Point. the presentation will be 8:00 p.m.i students in 200,schools and colleges Kell Hood, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hawk,
I Spanish American .. Jr. Mr. and Mrs Gene Butler, Mr.
and the public is invited to hear I I I In the U. S. disclosed that more of .
; War Vet Visits Charles Collier, son of Mr. and these singers. The choir is under them liked milk than liked any and Mrs. Charles Story. Mr. and
.. \ Mrs. Paul Collier, is a patient at the direction of Dr. Butterworth.:: other drink. According to Automatic Mrs. Don Collier, Mr. and Mrs. Ron
- Retailers of America Inc., 94 Ter Haar, Mr. and Mrs. Horace
number of Glades
. has
89 Everglades Memorial Hospital and a young
"I' ''*'' young W. H.is Earlya a visitor spry in the Glades years,i where he recently underwent surgery. people in the singing group. I M'I per cent of students In the East I Unwin, Mr. and Mrs. Foster Lasslter. -
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r r' i spending son, AE..some"-Early time'and visiting Mrs. Early.his Mrs.. W. ,8*' Cross is a patient at Mac J don t Atlanta,'Georgia,I lemonade'I said they; liked 85 per milk cent; 88 hot'per choco cent I The ,officers of the deacons for
I of his sister and late. In- the mid-west, 95 per cent the new year are: Chairman, Earl
''i The elder Early is a veteran of thef' Everglades. ,Memorial Hospital is the guest
Williams
brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Wiley I liked milk 91 per cent lemonade; I Gamble; Vice Cbatrman, C. E.
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pi" Spanish, American War and makes where she Is undergoing tau, a- .(187 chocolate and Secretary, Ron Ter flare.sw .
f" liis borne In Van Bonn, Arkansas rays and treatment. Tillis. per cent hot *

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Page Two Friday, Nbsamb,1A, 1865
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omr campaign a background of experience -' ReservedS i8
r tiC Kelly Names Aid in educational matters. He

b>> served on, ucation' ;cornmi !

To Handle Cash tees the Board in the of legislature.Trustees of He Florida is on 1 Pahokee B. Glade

Presbyterian College in St., Petersburg -
and is a past Chancellor of 1 OnSaleAtPHS
Tallahassee-Gubernatorial candidate Lake.
Florida Southern College in r
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Scott Kelly has announced
that. Senator Ben Hill Griffin, Jr., land. is': '
lil Griffin is native FloridIan. Etci Reserved: seat for, the annual
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I F of Frostproof will serve as finance born in Fort Sfeade, October) ,Thanksgiving'{ ( eve 'to otbalt' game'
chairman Kelly's. next f was
of
IJ.! campaign 2tf '1&10. He is a citrus'grower and I betweenFahokW ana Belie Glade
"I' year packer, banker and! cattleman and! eaff be, purchased": i at the Paholfe
"I am greatly encouraged by Sen- I operates his businesses front offi High School' office '

.. ator Griffin's support of my candidacy ces: In:Frostproof tad Bartow. : Principal Brooks. 'Hbtuterson., ,
The Rardin In Canal Point FloridaTHE and by his willingness to devote four in the pointed out that a.
Building his time and vast energies to I i I He has served terms choice block of reserved seats are-
I I House of Representatives, ,is now
LAKE OKSECHOBEE REGION HOME OF this task. available ,in, the Belle' Glade reserved
serving his first term as Senator!
"With a business man of Senator and that
seat section they
THE EVERGLADES NEWS Griffin's stature and reputation In I from the Seventh asPolk Senatoriial District -: must be picked ttpjit the: local
served County
charge of the financial aspect of school office No phone-calls 'or-
Serving the Lake'OkeeCh be .Farm1ng Region Without this campaign, I feel assured of a School Trustee the and School has been ,81 tickets will be accepted, Mr. Hen.
of Advisory
Interruption ry Week for 40 Years successful effort jto restore a responsive member i, derson saidLCLASSIFIED -
Board. He also baa served, on the
administration to the 'Ov.ernor' ..
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Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday ., office. Shippers Advisory Committee to
At Florida 33438
Canal Point.
Volume 41 Number 36 November 100:5: "Senator agreement Griffin and that I Florida's are Incomplete I Florida the Growers Citrus.Administration for I ADS PAY

The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post>> ,OfficeIn needs in education must receive ,_ He is a member of' the Presbyterian BIO DIVIDENDSMfa&&Wb&bQ&&Q&b&
Canal Point Florida, aa Second,Class Matter priority consideration. lie brings to Church: Mason, Sbriner,
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Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance I

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher
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according to law,to make these reports OB n M 2340 Receive Aid : .t.
to tne court.. '
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District.10..Welf ..J.9ard Jby..Mrs. .' -. .v-

Mbrraln Wilda Tufts of'Defray.of Lantana"Beacbl,1rs., J. T. Mal Mc- i,, Phone 9245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade J .
P.ui.M..Cd of
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State District Department 10 welfare of board: Public of Welfare the- ,Thomas: Jr., of West Palm Beach.Warri'em : SALES and SERVICE { ',

reported! I that during the monthof 1t Heating Air Conditioning: Appliances
October in Palm :Beach County, ,j.6.

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$107,835;. 124 persons',received aid
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1,246 families received aid to families IPj.l.Tm i
with' dependent children in
the amount of $71,; 93. 676 persons I
received aid ao the disabled ,in the I
amount .of'$31,725.00.: :

In addition, 237 children received!
case during, the month, 221 of whom
were in foster homes. The total
state and,local cost for direct childcare
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studied for the circuit,court. -
These are children placed'in homes ,
independent of service through' wive r'DM' '
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licensed' child placing agency: and
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Lt. Com. Stanley -presented"grandpareots'with*of gifts Assembly from the 16'As and VannegriftlsOhf; :


I r-p PERSONAL NEWS NOTES N 1 1pp Jax GraduateJacksonville sembly.The the'program James devotfonals.of Edward.entertainment! Rodgersgave :I FFV Committees ,(


--- included singing by a quartet, including -
the voices .f the Misses ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Weeks left Mrs. C. R. Wetherington, and fam- Navy Lieutenant The Florida Fruit and Vegetable
Friday for Chipley where they will ily in Pahokee. Commander Edward E. Stanley, ,Pamela Ursry, Ralena. Ursry, Teryl and I.Association's new president, George
Echols and Aleda Shsckford
attend the ordination services of Airman Mike Maxson, McCoy son of Mrs. Dorothy' C. Stanley of I H. Wedgworth of Belle Glad, ap*
their son-in-law, Lester D. Nichols, AFB, Orlando, spent this past 2097 Bacom Point Road, Pahokee, a skit, entitled officers"Masons of in Review the As-, I pointed member from this area
at the Blue Lake Baptist Church. weekend as the guest of his par- graduated: from a ten-week course presented by :to the 1965-66 committees.
,Mrs. Karl Watson returned to ents, Mr.'and Mrs. Earl Maxson, in advanced anti-submarine war- sembly.It I Roy Vandegrift, Jr., Canal Point
her home this week from Good in Canal Point. fare conducted by Patrol Squadron It was revealed at the banquet ,has been named chairman the ;
Samaritan Hospital where she un- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chaplin of St. 30 at the Naval Air Station, Jack- I that Mason George Johnson has :beans committee, chairman of the
served secret godfather to Rainbow -
as
derwent an emergency appendec- Petersburg will be the house guestsof i sonville. I transportation committee and appointed
tomy Thursday night, November her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe I Patrol Squadron 30 provides I Girl andy Weeks during Jackie the to serve on the celery com !
Thompson, this weekend. Mrs. postgraduate training of pilots, past year, Harlan Sears I mittee labor committee' and the
11.Don Zaccagnino is a patient at Chaplin ,is to be ,an attendant in. navigators, aircrewmen and main- Weeks, Arnold Hughes Ralena 1 special committee to ,stjjdjr licensing
Good Samaritan Hospital in West the.Saturday wedding of, Miss I tenance personnel destined for du- 'Ursry, A. M. Johnson Pamela and bonding problems. .,
Palm Beach, following recent sur Faith Sasser and John Saceman. I ty with Atlantic Fleet Patrol Ursry, H. G. Rodgers Kay Hall, Purpose of the Florida Fruit and
gery. Mrs. Equilla Roberts of Starke Squadrons. I Dewey Hughes Gloria Hall Mel I Vegetable Association is to- mite
Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Booth of was the weekend guest of Mr. and Lieutenant Commander Stanley Paul Elizabeth Gist, C. R. Weth- the efforts of producers, shippers,
Richmond, Virginia, were the re- Mrs. Seth Roberts.- will report to Patrol Squadron 24 erington Mary Lee Adams, Mal I packers and processors ,of Florida
cent guests of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Lula Barfield had as her homeported at the Naval Air Sta- colm Millar Nancy Harrington, :agricultural commodities in their
Mrs. Ora Powell, Pahokee.. guest- Mrs. Ann Sirmans of Val tion, Norfolk, Virginia, where he Frank Gillis 'Judy Todd, Perry i negotiations with public and private
Mr. and Mrs. R. F, Hurt were dosta, Georgia a former residentof will participate in anti-submarine Sizemore Lodus Gray, Homer agencies. ;'
patrols, aerial mining and shipping Barnes Ruthelle Vandegrift. .-. -
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the weekend guests of his sister, Pahokee.Mrs. I
Mrs. Elizabeth Kendrick, and fam- Jennie McKinstry had as a surveilllance.He I Also Noma Norman Elaine CLASSIFIED ADS PAY '
ily at Fort Lauderdale.Mrs. weekend guest her granddaughter, is a graduate of the Univer- Adams Weeks, Perry Hall Ethel BIG DIVIDENDS
sity of Florida, Gainesville and the Johnson, James E. Rodgers Sha-
J. 0. Johnson of Lakeland Dawn Thus, of Groveland.
husband of the ron Usher, H. A. Funderburk ..... -
'former Miss Lois -- -
Mr. .
was the weekend guest of her son Recent guests of and Mrs.I
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. : S. Guthrie were Mr. and Mrs. Echols of Canal Point Debbie Gross, J. V. Thomas r t\fi/ml!) ('\tlf .
Ralph Johnson. Gordon: Guthrie and Mrs. Lidy Debbie Poteete, 0. H. Sheppard -
I Mrs. Fred Boles returned Sunday Brock, both of West Palm Beach. Linda Justice, J. G. Weeks -
from several days' visit with her Mrs. R. W. Bowers of Orlandoand Godfathers'Are Brenda Maxson, E. A. Jensen PRINCE THEATRE

t I son, Pvt. Mike Boles, at Fort Gordon Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ridenourof I, Revealed To Girls Nancy Rashley, William Pellham
Sharon Watson, Russell Maxson
the this PAHOKEE
Georgia. Leesburg are guests FLA.
I Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. week of Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Arm-I: Pamela Story, Earl Manson -
identities f
i Harlan Sears were Mr. and Mrs. strong. I The members of Ann Peacock James Usher- Aris SUNDAYMONDAY, "TUESDAY
E. J. Sears and daughter, Debbie,I Weekend guests of Col. and Mrs. Everglades Lodge 211, F &: AM, ta Belk, A. R. Harrington- Hazel
4 I of Fort Pierce. W. 'S. Evans ,were her brotherinlaw who have been serving as godfathers Sheppard S. J. Baggett Aleda Nov. 21, 22,23."HARLOF .
Recent guests of Mrs. Arthur l and sister, Gen. and Mrs. R. P. to members of Pahokee As- Shackford R. R. Henderson .
Bush were her son and daughter- Hollis of Melrose, Vice Admiral and sembly 16, Order of. Rainbow for Debbie Culberson and R. E.
in-law, Mr.. and Mrs. Bobby Bush Mrs. Harold T. Duetermann and Girls, for the past year were revealed Hughes Carol. .Bardin.CLASSIFIED. .
and family, of Fort Myers and her son, Steve Col. George Price and at the First Annual Godfa- -BtarrlnC'Carroll -
son-in-law and.daughter, Mr. and Col. E. M. Vogel, all of Melrose, ther-Daughter Banquet held in the
Mrs. Harold Elder and, daughter; Florida. Lions Club building Saturday night.I Baker
of Jacksonville.Mrs. I = Following the. welcome address ADS PAY Peter LawfordIN
Bob Richardson has. returned Circle by Miss Lodus Gray, worthy advisor ,r J UDGNDS
to her home from several Shirley Met of Assembly Iff, Worthy Matron I ( COLOR)
Everglades I Grace Graham and Worthy Patron
days' stay in Memo- Monday NightMrs. _
rial Hospital. II. C. (Hiene) Graham, were named I WWWWWW '-mi m _1I? ;r.R7.IW..t

Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cross accompanied I Al Lavender was'hostess to -----___ .- ..-- "';. u ._ ____ __ _. __ _. __
f' by Mr. and Mrs. R. T.
the Gertrude Shirley Circle
Monday i ,.
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I Smith were the Sunday guests of j j 1 I night.: The group voted to hold the
Mr, Cross's brother, Obe Cross, inj I(I December meeting on the second
f Fort Myers, who was celebrating Monday night instead of the thirdto
t his 89th birthday. avoid conflict with seasonal ac-
Mrs. Martha McIntosh has returned tivities at the Christmas season.

from several days' visit Mrs. John,Briley, program chair-
with her daughter and'son-in-law, mane spoke,to the group on the part
Mr. and Mrs. Stubbs and
Sidney Christian women can have in reducing .
daughters, in Gainesville.Mr. school drop-outs. r :

J and Mrs. J. G. Weeks attended Mrs., Ernest Maxwell; chairman, i
,,, the Florida Baptist Convention presided at the',buSiness' session t
I in Fort Lauderdale this pasts during which time; Mrs. Lloyd

'>> Tuesday. Hundley, Mrs. Al Lavender, Mrs.
.,t Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson and E. D. Sims, Mrs. Nannie Malloryand
daughter, Jamie, and Miss Kathy Mrs. D. B. Watkins were ap-
,, Maxson attended the birthday cele- pointed to place flowers in the
bration Sunday.of Obe Cross in Fort Myerson church for the month of January.

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Maxson and

son, Todd, of Boca Raton were the I Circle Meeting,
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weekend of their .
I guests parents.Mr. ;.
and Mrs. R. J. Maxson in Canal I At Thomas Home i

Point and Mr. and Mrs. F. S.. Par-I w_
V rish in Pahokee. Members of the SimonsonLairCircle
.: \ Mrs. C. B. Jones has as her guest I of the Pahokee First Methodist f 's'S 14' '
'. her sister-in-law, Mrs. C. H. Fitch-. Church WSCS met at the
,. ett of Vero Beach. Mrs. Fitchett home of Mrs.J.V.Thomas Monday.
pains remain for several weeks' Mrs. John Hatton and Mrs. John ,

,visit.Mrs. son, mother of Mrs' Wi T. Gist
Edwin Dannelly of Fort were welcomed as visitors.
Lauderdale is the guest of Mrs. M., P. Holman read a poem
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and In honor of Mrs. Virginia Reynolds, 7 UiAbA. UAU.1t.JAitl
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who passed: ,away on November 13. ..-. -- .. ..--.....-- ( ,
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Classified. Adsa Flower presented committees by Mrs.for John the Hatton.month > e de .#ten /tp:4't! ,. 1'.' .;'.;

21. of Dqctfcber ar&'Mrs. R, W. Sand, lid t'. k' t 4t'
ers, December 5; Mrs. L, W. Arm- ( ... ., ,. :: :. .
SALE Panel 16S .: c:'.' .&i 4. ;. .f. !i\ : t'" t I '
y FOR : Truck. .tro&i'DeeemU)2'j'WSCS, Dei ;'4Q too .:. ,.f!' ; !
Ecnoline Van, Ford, less than eemberlT. and k"Frank *'. '. "'",
:Jtolt y" Usp5 Yi 9ut feces show iyhet ishappen"td fo ufinsUiics J. ..= I "' : i.
; e.OOOj'foiles. 2 air conditioners, & Deeenfficr) 26. ** *f : sup- r ",
tra front seat A buy for business .J: )j.... .....f("' ..'.r'.-' pose the' .... n9ncial:'i'f entle of th4" Christ. ag,..seaS9.. "("'is'',p mind. '. ,- i '
1 and pleasure. Call 924-5890 after, Miriam Circle At 4N + $c.ipeost you flow: ... the no casn-; to we come., Sente is year \ ..t': ''\i i''. i
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MALE HELP WANTED: Ambi- Denton HomeThe ,1 .. But that} M, f\"f''i1 f
have enrolled in .
suppose you our Christmas Club and .,f{ : l
tious full or time. !
person spare have made
payments regularly. Each week
your
saving a small .:
Supply Rawleigh famous productsin Miriam Circle of the Paho- and watching savings sum .
kee First Methodist Church WSCS ; your grow. ".'
Palm Beach County or Canal \ W 'j
Point. Can earn $125 per week. met at the home of Mrs. Vance \..'.. Suppose shortly before Christmas you receive a check for your' 't'f'. ? :'ti
Write Rawleigh, FA K 615 1124, Denton Monday night with Mrs. .' savings during the year. (",: :
Memphis, Ten .. Dec. 17 pd. Frank Rosenberg presiding. Mrs. ,. Naturally, your face will show that, too. :! !i 't'I' .t
Ellis Allen was welcomed as a new ,;
'" r'I) FOR SALE-i963Gre-'t. member. ,1 3 Make. sure your face is.smiling net, Christmas. You'cen do a ',
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Trailer. 36x20 with a 20x10 front Plans were made for Thanksgiving joining.. our Christmas Club today. *,v,. '. .' ,:q
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porch. 19 pd. and Christmas remembrancesfor p '
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IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION paid to sons.shut-ins during the holiday!. sea' '. t. <;
The Everglades News? Look at '
the address label on your issue of held The at December the home meeting of Mrs. Duncan will be ''t e stow fat a 'Wtewu? ettl 4t UUl
the paper and It shows when your Padgett f
subscription expires. Renew today. .- .
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attic through a classified ad in "
The Everglades News. The cost is Mayor and Mrs. Duncan Padgettwere '

v small. and results good. the' weekend guests of their BANK OF PAHOKEE .
,>> sons and families, Rev., and Mrs.
I,,,, ROB SALE: New and Used Whys Donald Padgett and family at .
z Jeeps Walter AahK/e Garage Chattahoochee and Mr. and Mrs.
11,Belle Glad.. Phone 6-3058. Calvin Padgett and family at.Wal
Oct. 17-54-ch I do. Member FDIC Oldest Bank In Palm Beach County Pahokee
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Of Straight "A"Five : Electric MachineIn Sewing:


console cablne'Wte new. Sewn
I Pahokee
> students in High
forward and reverse All attachment
School made "A" during for making buttonhole, Klg-Baggtag
Jhurch Of Christ JJirsttChurch J p ipt i t Canal Point thVtfasWx%eelcrdf\straight, ,the Yall Urb4. Mind guaranteed.tfMtfr: .Can atlten be design seen In. Fully your

: ': .achooL ,Seniors weie .Glenda Tfft-.jjpmptf, monthly parm8nteof
125 N. W. Avenue D .' : .,Jfahokee 3a ft6 st* arch Crews and Josephine Young. Mary I $..111 or whit discount for caaa.WRrrB .

Phone WY 6-8867 ,Virginia Willis was the only Juniorto :
:Lawrence Stewart, Pastor
Belle Glade, Fla Guthrie ,W. Colvard PastorSUNDAY make the grade and Inez Brileywas CREDIT MANAGER
SUNDAY
: J22 8. CLEARWATER RD.
SUNDAY SERVICES the Only one in the Sophomoreclass
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School LARGO, FLORIDA
10:00 a. m.Bible Study I 9:45: a. m.--Sunday School to do it.In the Freshman class
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11:00 Worship
a. m.-Morning
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11':00 a.,m. Morning: Worship '6:30 p. m.-Training ,Union Anne Pell also made straight "A",
,7:30 6:30 m. Training Union
p. m.Evening Worship p.
7:30 p. m. Evening Worship Honorable mention of"B" or better L
WEDNESDAY 7:45 p. m-p-Erenfag Worship
WEDNESDAY: went to the following:.
7:30 p. m.-Bible. Study WEDNESDAY: 7:30 Meeting Twelfth grade: Kenneth Bethea
I. 7:30 m.-Prayer Service p. mv--Prayer
p. 7 : IA. Tamara Branch, Signora Briley

St. Peter's Lutheran St. Mary's CatholicChurch JoEllen Brown,Ted Butler, Eugene Thurmond W. Knight
Church Belle Glade The Methodist Churcl. Cauley, Jr., Sharon Corcoran, Sally

Canal Point FloridaEdward I Cornelius, Daniel Gamble Danny REALTOR
Joseph, John Pell,Michael Sanders -:-
August Koerben Pastor F Norton, Pastor Father Francis Fennech, Pastor i and James Tyson.

601 W. Lake Rd. Belle Glade' SUNDAY: ... .Sunday Mass11:80 a. m. Eleventh grade: Lois Adams, Ju-

SUNDAY: 9:45 a. m,-Sunday School Confessions before( :Mass dith Andrews, Donald Branch Tim-
Divine Services 11 A. M. Gillis Linda Jane :
11:00 a. m.-Komlnl' Worship othy Lane'Mary I"
School 9:45 A M. Pell, Margaret Prince, Jessie Ann
TUESDAY tt:45 p. m.: -Evening Worship i The Church Of,God Sheffield and Charles Wilkinson,

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Holy Nativity 8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society Of Prophecy, Pahokee Jr.Tenth ; .
1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY Rev. S, N. Allen grade: Omar Adams, John --

Episcopal ChurchPahokee : 2500: E. Main St. Barwick, Patricia Lewis, Janet WHEN" YOU ARE READY TOBUY
Pahokee Meredith, Deborah Parrish and
7:30 m.-Prayer
p. Meeting OR SELL YOUR FARM
Evelyn Pitts.
A.I. 10: a. m.-Sunday School I OR ACREAGE, CALL "COUSIN -
Rev. William Pickets Vlcir Ninth grade: David Carraway,
SUNDAY South Side ChurchOf 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service Donna Collier Edna Cooper, Merry THURMOND".

8:00 A. M.-Holy Communion Christ 7:30 p. Evangelistic friend Lynda"Keene, Janice Kemp PHONE: 8<<-1355,

A' Service Deborah Poteete, Ralph Stacy,Rob P. O. BOX 14207
8:00 p.' 'm. Tuesday-WJ1B. ert Stacy, Gayle Story, Marsha Sullivan -
First Methodist Belle Glade across from 8:00 V.LJ3. NORTH PALM BEACH
p. m. Thursday- Glennie Trett, George H.
Church PahokeeJohn Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 Everyone welcome. Special Tucker, III, Pamela Ursry and FLORIDA
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music and singing. Linda Wright |
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship
A. Briley Pastor __ __ ,
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Horace Burgner .,
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I HEAR THAT
9:45 a. m.Sunday School V
DevelopmentCom.TLLAHASSEE 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship JAMES WMc6IM9EY "

6:30: p. m.-B.T.C. WHY NOT. \
The people of _7:30 p. m-Evening Worship DRINKS M 1 Est

1 Florida have an easy job when it WEDNESDAY AT IT'3 TOO &000I -.

comes to selling the Sunshine Stateto 7:30' p. m. Service Midweek Prayer MARGARET- TO BE JUST f ( ... '
tourists. Florida has more to

offer than any other state with Its FOR THE > .
many miles of )>right sandy ;I ,., Sa

I beaches, historical background, Interesting The Pahokee ChurchOf t, .; YoJUNG./jIL;' IA

attractions and natural The Nazarene $ : tf1 jl
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beauty. .' .t ,. /-O' (4 .
"The Florida Development Com-
Rev. Willard KIlpatrick
mission holds the main responsibility 433 Bacom Point Rd. ; .1r
for keeping the flow of tour- : I'
Phone 924-7528 P. 0. Box 882
ists to the state, commented Roger .
SUNDAY SERVICES: .
Stake, commission director re- 9:45 ;
a. m.-Sunday School
cently, "but it alone cannot do the f
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship
best Job without the complete co-
6:30 p. m.-Juniors .
operation of the chambers of com 7:00 ... .
p. m.-Sunday Evening
merce, the attraction proprietorsand ,
Evangelistic Service
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the people themselves." I SOUTHEAST FLORIDA DAIRY INSTITUTE SALUTES .
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Every one in the state ",depends 730p. mr-Midweek Prayer . NATIONAL ,RESTAURANT MONTH: : ".
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because they pour over 42.5,billion ,naeet"Where 'ii\ b f V)l-Tti< GffUiJ& la S&J&wlddJtktl, ,hmify'Orf To.fit." : .
you are a stranger but '' 11'(
Into.the economy annually, Stake once" 'II' .. .I
explained.: Taxes on these dollars .
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necessary items that the citizen,', Glades Baptist Church 1 .... .. .. 1_ O' '." .
depends on from the tax dollar.:
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A.Phone L.StoheV 924-T363'Minister l' buying is made easy for: ,YQ\l with Jitieral l. ,low cost loans

SUNDAY, : up to,and,a loan period up 'to 25'y ara. Tours will be i ,

.11:00 OUS.a.:: 'a. in.ra.-morning Sunday,School.';; !'otshtp'. tailored to fit smoothly wifliin your'income ,and circumstances

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FASTEST SHADE .viceTUESDAY *. easy bringing you ,

A tiny seed 3 yean co, now at 91 : closer to debt-free home ownership! Nice? 'You said. it
ft.. beautiful shade tree. Will' b. 4S 7:30 Youth for
p. m.- Christ
ft. .t 7 yen old.. salt! tolerant .,. why not come in today! ,
rnww proof. small leans sheds no Service .
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most round Tergrten grows I brought this North First'BaptistChurch INVEST 'IN A NEW 'HOME .;
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It to UM most wonderful tree ever Canal PointRev.
placed on Fl*. soil by man or Ood.W ,
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which we furnish with planting and James Harrison
EVERGLADES
ten instruction Post paid and FEDERAL ;
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fuarantaed. Most of our MM an
from neighbor of our part eusto* 9:45: a. m.Sunday School
men All IStnCDA varieties T8. of Writ nursery for itock.OPKN tree. 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship ':' Savings And 'Loan AssociationACCOUNTS .

pictures and litentur 6:30 p. m.-B. T. C. INSURED BY
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)Bight t The tovergladea ]dews,,Canal Point Florida ." ." Friday.. November 19,1989Woman's '.
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Club Has 36 Witnesses At Joseph Saia, 'J \ .'
Director of the Southeastern U. S.] '
Vero Beach MeetA He will speak on the subject "What -
Water Supt. As Does the Resurrection of the Dead ti
delegation 36 from Belle Mean to You and Yours?" Saia is '
Glade area is making plans to attend a traveling representative and full- Florida
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Their SpeakerW. a three-day assembly of Je time minister;uof, the Watchtower ,
hovah's Witnesses Bible and Trad Society of New I
November 26- "in the game room ,- t?
York. k
28 at Vero Beach, according to '
C. Wheeler, Superintendentof Miles Crum, presiding minister of During the weekend of the as- beer's the 'one # :
the Pahokee Water and Sewage the local group. sembly, all meetings at the local ...
Department, was the guest speaker At the recent kick-off meeting," Kingdom Hall in Belle Glade will '
at the noon meeting of the Pa- Crum said, "23 departments were be cancelled. for good taste, ( Rl ,
hokee Woman's Club Wednesday, formed to handle an estimated a. ..
November 10. Introduced by Mrs 1,000 delegates at the Vero Beach Power Company good fun :,
I R. F. Hurt, Mr. Wheeler spoke on Junior High School, the assemblysite. I :
the "Processes and Benefits of a These include Rooming, Infor- Will Build New $100' \ Ati
Sewage System." Other guests were ., .
II mation, Ushers and First Aid
Mrs. W. C. Wheeler, Mrs. Ora Powell "The theme of the seminar in Million Plant] I.
I and R. F. Hurt Vero Beach," Cmm added. "will' be -
Mrs. E. C. Johnson, president. directed toward fulfilling our min Florida Power and Light Com
presided at the business session at istry. I think great stress will be pany announced Monday plans for
which time members voted to spon- focused upon increased study of I a |100 million nuclear generating
sor a safety program under the the Bible and greater appreciationof plant project, larger than any now
direction of the Florida Highway its message for today.". operating in the world. The new
Patrol. Tentative plans call for the I Among those attending from this unit, to be located at Turkey Point,
program to begin in January.W. area will be Nancy Geiger and 25. miles south,of Miami, will havea \
M. Suit, Superintendent of ily of East Main Street, fam-I maximum rating of 760,000 kilo .'
the Florida School for Boys at The prinicpal address of the eonI watts. It is scheduled for operationin ,
Okeechobee will be the guest speaker ference will be delivered Sunday:I 1970.
at the November 24 meeting. ,
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Rainbow GirlsMiss AUCTIONPAHOKEE takes a lot out of you. That's when you

like most to settle down in a soft chair and enjoy

friends' talk and beer's Beer
four your taste. was
Beverly Wilkinson and Miss SATURDAY NIGHT
Ellen Graydon were initiated into made to relax with. Made to refresh you, cool
the Order of Rainbow for Girls at APPLIANCES FURNITURE TOOLS;TOYS Etc
.. you,cheer your taste. So next time you're playingsome
the regular meeting of the Pahokee
To be sold to the high bidder
Assembly No. 16 in the Masonic sociable at-home game, take time
Hall Monday night, with Miss Lo- Pahokee Auction ,
for the beer.
,' out companionable taste of t/t\
dus Gray, worthy advisor, and her I
195 E. MAIN PAIIOKEE SAT., 7:00 P.M. .
staff of officers in charge of the (Under l ew Management) UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. \I
initiatory rites. P.a BOX 273.WINTER PARK.FLORIDA
It was,announced that Rainbow -
Girls will be honored at the meet- fri 1III 1 III I HHJ'HmH-mmHH' I I I I I t I *I **I+++I+*H4 I I.

of Pahokee Chapter 184. Order of -- oL_.,. _
Eastern Star, Thursday night, '
cember 2;' also that the De-I
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Girls and their boy friends were .
vited to attend the .
.box supper that was held by the I
Pahokee OES Chapter 184 }in the ..
Community Building in Canal Point
on Thursday evening, November 18.
Miss Lodus Gray gave a reporton
I Rally Day at the Masonic Homein

St. Petersburg, which she. attended
II \ on Sunday.
I A committee was named to be in
charge of for the annual
I planning
Rainbow Christmas party. It was' : ;
voted that instead of I exchanging : i'i'f
I I gifts at the party, each member : I \
I ; will bring a gift for residents at : '
{ the Masonic Home }Jn St. Deters :
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j I I,I The 'Order's official newspaper, ; I
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'" by, Miss Ralena Ursry, and I.t.
coins collected from the Assem
bly's Wishing :Well to be sent to ,
the Masonic Home.
At the close of the meeting the
Rainbow Girls drew names for secret
godfathers for the coming
; year. Miss Pam Story and Miss
Teryl Echols were hostesses dur-
ing the serving of refreshments.Mrs. .
Marie Hughes mother advi- ,
sor, who has been ill for the past
j two weeks was able to attend theII I Ir
meeting. Several members of the .,
Advisory Board were also present. ,.
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II .. .. ,;- ',';/'' :M..''$,";.t66 Chevrolet 1 .Impala Sport Coupe: r. ,

Local WMU Meet .". '.*' WI;,tn'ffc nisp-Iined n iw'Body 6r fur v ,

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,Point WMU attended a, sandwich ,'r Three Versions of this remarkably dence.3.CRISP fKW STYL' 5. RACY SUPERSPORT: #ijights-all standard on*. '5
meeting and mission study course ,,. efficient engine ING.: More elegant'::from MODELS. Pick an'ImpalaS3 *very '66 Chevrolet. \!

on the "mission book, "Which Way are available, with ratingsof V-shaped' grille to new Coupe or Convertible, 7. OVER 200 CUSTOM FEA-". f if
Brazil 6:30? Monday night. beginningat 326 hp, 390 hp and 425 wrap-around taillights. 4. complete with new Strato- TURES.You can have a field

Jim Thompson p.m. district missionary hp. 2. RICHER NEW IN- A JET-SMOOTHER RIDE. bucket front seats and eye day ordering luxuries like
for the Indian River and Big TERIORS. They're Impres- Refinements in body catching console. 6.,. NEW FM stereo radio. Want to
Lake Association, taught the study sive even by Impala stand- frame and suspension (including SAFETY FEATURES. They raise your standard of living
and showed pictures taken on his ards.,And the fine hand of Full Coil springs include windshield washer, it up? Your Chevrolet

Baptist trip to Rio World where Alliance.he attended the. Body by Fisher eraCtsmanr tailored to each body style) two-speed electric wipers, dealer's the man to see.. -

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Sorority HoldsNovember ';; ," '
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Meeting ...: ._ Chevrolet's! Jet-smoother 66 IMPALA

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:Mrs. Frances Adams presided at .

I Omicron the November Sorority 18 meeting at the home of Beta of See the new '66 Chevrolet. Chevelle, Chevy II, Corvair &, Corvette at your Chevrolet dealer's
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Cunningham presented the ,Pledge 1\". C>>otm
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Members voted to send gifts to Chevrolet Inc. .
the Palm Beach County Mental Stanley
Health Association and completed
for a bake sale. The sale
plans will
' be held on November U in front .. .. 164. Lake Ave. Pahokee, Fla. Phone 9215593Page
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