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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: December 3, 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
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System ID: UF00079910:00206
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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December 10, 1955IHB\ P PUBLISHED, WEEKLY ,CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN


C1RCULATJNG: THRDUGHOUT: THE VAST AGRICULTURAL: AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNT


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Local (Gridder in' J'NCKSONnLL'EVISITORS:Jtfr. and Mrs,Louis Davis had.as Resurface Job I|.MIAMI Mr. and VISITORS Mrs. Monroe Pope and Agriculture l Men

their recent guests her brother-in- i daughter of Miami and Mr. and
Valuable Player law and sister, Mr.: and Mrs.7. .8. Promised July 15 i Mrs. Roy Pope and three daughters From Many States
Sheppard and niece.and family Mr.I ., of Orlando visited their parents,
and Mrs. L. T. .sap-p, Jr., of Jack ;; Mr. and Mrs. W P. Pope, in Canal.
Virginia Team sonville. Mr. and :jklrs. Sheppard: Old Belle Glade MOn !;Point on Sunday, to help celebrate TourTheGladesKansas
and Mnu also
I and Mr. .Sapp were the 75th birthday anniversary of
the guests of Mrs. Sheppard's I I their father. __ I
.Bfn"Ma5son, Bon .f"Mr. and Mr*.: fcrather-In-law and .sister,.Mr. and July 15, IOCS, the State Road Ohio, Minnesota, Michigan -
Leonard '""Maxson of Canal Point,I Airs.JBU H. Ehntfram. Depsrtment'engineer in .charge of j Nebraska, South and North I
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Paholiee"LionsSell
the 'Fort Lauderdale office prom. ; : Dakonta, Missouri, Iowa, Indiana,.
was one 't the eight football play' I ised that State Road 15 (US 441) 1 I, Illinois ind Wisconsin 'were repire-.
en voted tin! an infvrma poll by Water Works Will from Belle Glade through Pa okee Two KindsOfYuleTrees sented by state agricultural off..
coaches of the Virginia mall college to Canal Point would be given a resurface cials on a tour of the Everglades :
circuit a* the most valuable Bold House job. Nearly six months of farm country on Monday of, this :
daring the past 1965 season. The Open the present State Road Department week. The tour was arranged by' ;
colleges in'which the poll was taken budget ;year have passed and nothing Agricultural' Contm,Jon, Doyle'
included Raadolph-Macon, Washington In January has, .been done about the resur- I Connor and Palm Beach, County II
and Lee, Emory and Henry, facing. Do you want a treated Scotch Agents Pry or and Causey. Conner
Ilampden-Sy< Frederick, Members of the City Council of Pine or a Canadian balsam' fir for could not be in the Glades and the
Bridgewater, Virginia State and A' completely rebuilt and refurbished Pahokee are beginning to wonder,your Christmas tree? You can have tour was conducted by the county I
Virginia Union. water plant in the City of when the 6RD in Lauderdale plans your choice on a first come, first men and ono of Conner's assistants.
The poll, taken by the Xkh- Pahokee will be shown off to the advertise"xhe resurface job. In served basis at the Pahokee Lions Vegetable areas, sugar cane field '
snond Times-Dispatch, revealed that folks who own it-the taxpayers Fact the Pahokee group interested I I Club building each afternoon be. and sugar cane mills were amoi g '
three tackles, two quarterbacks a I on a special occasion in January, In the rebuilding of the road|I ginning at 4, p.m. Sales will be the eights of interest shown the
tailback-a halfback and a fallback' 1966, when "Open House" is scheduled through their town, are sending the I closed down 'each evening when visitors, who were greatly 1m-
were the most rateable players for by the City Council in an effort SRD Lauderdale office a resolution business ceases. pressed with what they saw On.
their respective teams. II to show the taxpayers what asking that work be done on the Kyle Scott and Charles Lewis are a visit to the. Everglades Expert"'
Bill Maxson, 6 feet, 3H inches they have purchased with their highway in the immediate future.It I committee chairmen in charge of ment Station they heard Dr. W. T.
tall and weighing 224 Ibs, is a 'money. I is possible that the retread Christmas tree'sales and they said Forsee, Jr., explain the .workings.of '
senior at Emory and Henry College f One of the city councilmen in job will be shunted aside and work this week that Lions are going to I the station. I'
Virginia, and played tackle f commenting upon the "Open done in other areas. Such things I push tree sales real hard in an effort I' In a running commentary the I
position on the Emory and Henry (House" said: "We on the council have happened before with the road. to gather in enough profit to |visitors heard Associate County
Wasp :football team daring the :feel that the citizens will be happyto I department. > | make a mortgage payment on the;Agent John Causey tell the "Glades.
past season. The coach of the,' pay the water plant a visit and I The letter received from the en-j building. It behooves citizens of the Story." If any man in the state of
Wasps, Canto Bamsey, selected Bill, : see first hand the excellent improvements glneer in charge of the Lauderdale i area to patronise the Lions group ,Florida knows the Glades story
who has been a regular player on that have been made.]SRD office follows: because they maintain the building :from A to Z, it is John Causey.: He I
the Wasp team during his entire They will find that their money I!Mr.. Paul Rardin, PublisherThe for many activities other than Just is one of the best versed men in t
four years at the college; as at I has been well/spent and we feel Everglades News their own' meetings.The Florida on Palm Beach County and
nominee? as the most valuable play ,aura that J&.y will be happy with j,Canal Point, ,Florida Lions in charge said'that,its vast agricultural workings. J J
it, on his 1965.team. reaiulte.seeomplishd: on the huge Dear Mr..Rardin there are around 200 trees to be ; ''There. .: was a brief stop to explainthe ., I
r Jn voting DOT his most valuable'water Ja expansion program." I This Is acknowledge your letter ibld'thlsCbr atuvH',Orion.."On' celery harvest Here the ,ftl.
player, Coach Ramsey made the Final payment in the expansion of July 13, 1965, concerning Saturday volunteer sales men will tors were Afforded their first IJ I
following comments) "Agile and 'program will be made by the council Stat. Road 10 between Belle Glade begin selling kt the noon hour.glimpse of "mule trains" in opera ,
aggressive, Maxson has good speed When the amount is fully and t and Canal Point. I wish to advise'' There positively' be no Sunday < tion. I
and movements;, :for his aixe. 11.plays .'completely authorised by the engineer i that an item.. has been included l in I sales, the Lions !officials said. t'f fSAVANNAH' At noon, the entourage traveled I
well both way, has, been our I I and citY' attorney. Present the 1965-66 Primary Road Budget VISrrORS- 'to Clewiston where they were the
most consistent player and is a plans call for completion of lateral to resurface State Road 15 be. guests of the United State Sugar
good team leader and student." The lines in the sewerage system to be I tween Belle ,Glade and the intersection Mr. and Mrs. W. C. White of Corporation at lunch at the Clewis
;Wasps ended the 1965 season with completed by December 15. It is of State Road 700 in Canal Savannah, Georgia, are the guestsof ton Inn.
a 3-5-0 record. hoped by officials of the city, that.Point. We have not at this timei their nieces and nephews, Mr. I In the absence of Harry T.
I they can call on the State Board of prepared a schedule as to when and Mrs. W. 0. Moss, Dr. and Mrs.F. I I Vaughn, Sr., sugar company president -
w. Health for a final inspection not construction might! take place on H. Poteete, Judge and Mrs. J. 1.I John B. Boy, executive vice
later than the middle of December. this budgeted item; Please be assured Tyson and Mr. and Mrs. Richard president, wjts host at the luncheon.
Corn Price Is Low, I .-- that all efforts will be madeto Nason. I 1 I The Jlendry County portion of the
expedite this improvement project trip was cpncentrated at the Sugar-
': land Ranch owned by the sugar
: Beans Sell Good R. E. Boe Passed Yours very truly, Funeral Services 'I concern.
Clarence E. Davidson In concluding the visit, the visitors ,
Price FairThe District EngineerBlanton&Unwin Mrs. Elliott 83 were taken on a tour of the +
Celery Away SaturdayFuneral .. ;: 'Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative of I
i M Florida mill with Robert C. (Bob) f.
sweet Is again Martha Ann (Mattie) Elliott, 83, Lee in charge.
price corn .
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services were held Tues. a former pioneer resident of Paho-
slows and low this week with the Funeral I died December 3 19G5, at the'
:day in the Wetherington kee, :
, offerings bringing only $2.00 and Home chapel for R. E. Boe 90, who I Get i Quarter Of home of her son-in-law and daughter Write Plain On /
i in some cases it bas dropped as low I passed away Saturday in Helen Mr. and Mrs. George McLarty.. ,
""e .as $1.75. The markehs: described as Wilkes Nursing Home in Lake In Lake Worth. '
a; ,., steady but the lownesa of the price] Park Mr. Boe was a pioneer resident Million i $ Job B. G. Funeral services wert'.htld'SUD- YourPackageBefore *
has everybody guessing including of the Glades and for' many day,. December 5, at the Pahoke *
." the growers and brokers. years was engaged in farming in. f First Methodist Church where she Mailing
3 .Beans in small volume have been the area before his retirement, Pahokee contracting firm '- had been a member for 42 years. '
;':.x. bringing top prices during the past i The funeral services were under Blanton and Unwin-have started.. Rev A. D. Houhlin, former pastor I I
Ir ten days to two weeks. Top pricein I the direction of Rev. Guthrie Cole I(construction on an addition to Lake' of the church, officiated assisted by One of the biggest problems postal .
one area was $6.10per bushel i yard, pastor of the First Baptist Shore High School in Belle Glade. Rev. John Briley. I employees face Is illegible hand
hamper ten days ago and since that Church in Pahokee, and burial at i The contract price was more thana I I Pall bearers were Mrs. Elliott's writing. At Christmastime, when
.. time the best harvesters have been Woodlawn Cemetery West Palm quarter of a million dollars. In grandsons Dr. Bill Blakey, Orlan.I mall volumes skyrocket, this can 1
selling from $4.50 to $4.70. The Beach. Pall bearers were: J. V. \fact, the exact figure is $254,000.00,I do; Lt. Ronald Elliott, Orlando; become a major problem, Canal .
very best quality sold this week Thomas, Sr. 0. B. McClure, Leo according to the architect. I I Thomas L. Elliott, Jr., Satellite Point Postmaster Edythe Smith .... (
for $SolO to $525 per hamper. Maxwell, II. J. Anderson, Marshall A small portion of the building Beach; Wayne A. Elliott Jacksonville .said today. 1
'
. That delectable weed-celery- Lair and 'Robert Simonson. will be two stories and it will be I.I ; Larry B. Elliott, South Bay "The use of ZIP Codes by mailers .
has been holding its own since it I Mr. floe known as Papa, was a located between the existing gymnasium and Jimmy Doolittle of Fort Lau does help speed up the process because .
came into production this falL The native of Copenhagen Denmark, and the administration derdale. often if the city and state
price on a barely steady market has j I where he was a cheesemaker. His I building. Present plans call for Interment was at Port Mayaca i are unreadable the ZIP Code will
been in the neighborhood of $3.00.1'I i first home In the United States was ,completion of the building In time'I with graveside services conducted i direct the mail to the post office
Just a few short days ago brokers in California and he later moved to for the 1966-67 school year. I by the Pahokee Order of Eastern from which it will be' delivered.
were scratching their heads when North Dakota. He came to Florida \ Included in the one-story building Star. Wetherington Funeral Home I Clerks (In that post office, being
they thought of places to buy celery;'in the 1920's, first settling in will be additional dressing room was in charge of arrangements.Mrs. I more familiar with local residents,
r. to fill the demand. That situation Homestead then pioneering in f'and, shower facilities for female Elliott is survived by five may be able to figure out the person
" has passed and there I. plenty of Glades County. He raised avocadosnear students, and a new industrial arts daughters, Mrs. Lola Blakey, Or. I to whom the mail should be
Pahokee for and classroom facilities. lando Mrs. Juanita McLarty, Lake delivered.The .
agriculture
celery to go around this week; and many years. ... ;
: the market report says that the J lie is survived by a son, Olaf Doe, I Worth; Mrs. Lorraine Doolittle, postmaster encouraged mail
remand is light.Cucumbers '.,of Pahokee. A second son, Hugo GARDEN CLUB MEETING Fort Lauderdale; Mrs. Bennie Allen ers to be a bit cautious and insure
., are in good demand Doe, was killed about two years The Canal Point Garden Club Meridian, Mississippi and Mrs. aU packages. All parcels should be
t and the price is okeh at $3.25. Pep. ago In this area when the truck he will meet December 16 at the homeof Hazel Kendrick, Bradenton, and one addressed (o& only one ,side and
r. per is in moderate demand and the was driving went into a eanaL Mrs. Paul Rardin at 3 p.m. The son, Thomas L. Elliott of Florida, should nave the address written
i : market is steady with the price as He apparently bad suffered a heart i topic will be "Christmas Symbols [Alabama. She bad 18 grandchildren somewhere on the inside of the
. high as >$5.50 per bushel tub. ,attack., "(and (and 80 grest-grandebildren. I package.


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!-- all parents and .wires who ',might( ,BIO" 1gND8 IV t
have sons, daughters or husbands -
in the military service that letters L'I !' 'IN0U ARE JaADY.m
are being sent out to some of them SINGER upv OK$ELL '*oirnOR 1r'A.JU
The Rardin.. Ruijding In Point, Florida by some private insurance com-I .Electric ACREAGE!, CttL '!001Tfi

"up; LASE OKEECHOBEE.REGION HO,11E.F panies, offering, a certain class .of : I! IN TIITJEMONDT."
insurance: 'tryingto leave the iatPrwsteli Machine
-T1IV1JGLAD1S .tJ*t.ft ft lp the new, MflStary -I 'lQc ; ftIONB: gw1:5: $ M
to"eoo ole cabinet new.
Insurance enacted by the last II I' forward ao4 reverse. J1.t E a BOX ;cw.NOBIU .
lftefYIu tp h'Jte Qkeec1.nJ fo,;FLpnlng'Jttgioq Vthout session of Congress and are asking)I for and making fencr botWnnole)UMb Interruption Every Week for 40 Years that certain'premium payments bemade ruannteed. GUI be teen in FLOKIDA

Established March -11,1924Published Every FridayAt area.oc tU)1 Make oer eight 1I1U discount monthly : -
Canal Print, Florida 33438 'McClelland said this new in-
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*Volume) ;41,Number 39 December,10, 196 service Insurance will cover all persons CltBDIT KUNAOCR
in the military service and no lee S. CLKARWATER aDUItGO
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office money need be paid by any wife or ,'FLO mid CLASSIFIED! ADS PATIG'Iar1yID .
,In Cawl'Pofnt; Florida, as 'Second. Class :Matter parent, that ,the serviceman will I 6 .r $ Nlt ,

Sq ript.l9.Price 2.pO Vear In Advance. ____ J "' ,.

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;SURPLUS PROPERTY SALE NOTICE OF INTENTION TO "a Ba a afc 3
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(PELICAN LAKEiSUBtDRAINAGE REGISTER FICTITIOUS$ NAME I : '. f
.; DISTRICT Notice Is (hereby given that'%he I BOESPhone ) ,
,t&aled JW4s will .be received 'until undersigned, under the provisions 1 r .x-
1146 *J. Eastern Standard i of Chapter'20,953, Laws of Florida
*BHM.,January.'10, I960 at the office Acts of 1941 will register with the PahokeePhone .
of PELICAN LAKE .SUBDJJA -. Clerk of the Circuit Court in and '!: '\924-5511 WY 6:2550; ( Belle Glade $

IAGE DISTRICT, located in 1 for Palm Beach 'County, Florida,
tb0,krdlnB ding At Canal Point, upon receipt of proof of publication $ SALES and SERVICE '
Pdasbia; foe .the sale of one (1) .8" of this notice the fictitious name, ,
11 O GP14 6', bead yectfeal Couch to..wit: 4!> Heating Air Conditioning .Appliances
'.QabiQ"Pmnp: with 14.'.of discharge Associated Building Maintenance .f

PWe.and down section with awing 8699 Cocoanut Drive .+. ( 4>--, .> ") ( -->< .>+ .
gate and one (1) &II.P. 1760! RPM Lake Worth, Florida

28Di nit single phase. ball bearing under which I1 am engaged in -r--- --.-- ...
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Ala bids will be opened pufclicalIj. Beach County, Florida. That the .
.and this equipment m&ybe, in- I party interested in said business is
*pi.*ted. by Contacting the District I A. T. (Al) Douglass.That the firm I t...
o&fce. at telephone 924.88C1.. .name is Associated Building Main ., ,.1" .
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ENTERTAIN A'J MfNB& to. fbt wonderwnfi staff at :Efrer! *.

Pot Luck Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Louis Davis entertained I glades Memorial! Hospital and taI *

I NEWS[ N 0'1 ESf For CattlemenThe torara ner Sunday.were with an Attending Mrs.early Callie Christmas from Davis out-of-din-of I:I Dr.received Poteete while for:a tHe oatient excellent then:earn Ta


Morgan, Georgia;; Mr. and Mrs. C. I the Christian frtenas wno prayed!

r _' .JI; Lovvorn, Mr.. and Mrs. Boyd! fbr my recovers remembered m.
Mrs. J. II. Strayer returned to VISIT STETSON Palm Beach County Cattle Wilson and Mrs. Mamie Hutto, all; 'with cards andi :flowers and who
'her home in Canal Point Sunday Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard men's Association will bold its Annual of Clewiston. furnished food :Sat my family'dorfa -
I from a week's visit with her son spent Friday and Saturday in De. Meeting: at the Canal Point _-__. .. my illness? I will be forever
in-law and daughter,'Mr. and Mrs. Land, where they attended the oratorio Community Center Thursday, December APPRECIATION grateful. ,
: Don McKinhon, in Miami. "What is Man", presented by 16, 1965.'A."pot luck" dinner I would like tQ.upnss: my thanks Mb: ;.,Charles Stare
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bradow of the Stetson Choir. Miss Ruth Col I is to be served at 7:00) p.m. J.
,Stuart were the recent guests of yard.is a member of the choir and 0. Pearce,Jr., will be guest speaker.I -, ---------- -- --- -'---- -
; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Davis will soon complete her last year at to discuss "Brucellosis Eradication "
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in Pahokee. Stetson. Program" for Palm. Beach County, f&\
\Mr and Mrs. Lee A. Wroten and and Florida. JfyA

children plan to spend this week VISIT IN MIAMI 18
end with her mother, Mrs. Velva c4pI-: ,
Elliott, and her brother and sis Mrs.J. T. Platt was the weekend Youth Revival ,
I ,ter-in-law, Lt. and Mrs. Ronald B. guest of her daughter and son-in- 4
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Elliott, in Orlando. law, Mr. and Mrs. Brian Chastainand ID i"iC"Sj3\ rJ, '' ,
Mrs. Ruth Tillery and her mother daughters, Debbie and Jodie, Planned ChosenA
Mrs. Adaline Wroten, returned in Miami. While there Mrs. Platt after golfbeer's .
this week from a visit with relatives and Mrs. Chastain were the guestsof
f in Alabama and Georgia. Mrs. Dixie Chastain at the 17th Youth Revival will be held in the one.. .
Whlie away they attended funeral Annual Cho Omea Christmas Carnival Chosen at the Independent Missionary
I ': services for Mrs. Wroten's sister. and attended the open houseat Baptist Church tonight, Saturday
4 in-law, Mrs. Rex Wroten, of Mari- Georgetown Manor featuring and Sunday nights, December for good tas'e.gODd .
f anna, Florida. Ethan Allen American Traditional 10, 11, 12. Evengelist George Garner -
k J. E. Burns has returned to his furniture., .. from the Florida Baptist Instl.1 fun I Y
; I home in Orlando following a weekend a. tute and Seminary at )
visit with his wife and son-in-, be the visitor in charge of the '
i Mrs. Ralph C. Stanley this
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past weekend in Dania, and Holly
:, Burns and Mr. and Mrs. Charles ,
wood Hillswhere she the guest
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of her brother-in-law and sister
Recent overnight guests of Mr. (111L' '[fI'l'i"il ITiI! "j llil r f :J I jl'\\" "
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Moo .
: and Mrs. Charles Story were her,
Mrs. J. H. Miller has been the
i'j, brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and e
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Mrs. W. N. Meloon, enroute to their PRINCE THEATRE
Dr. and Mrs. Lou Lombard, in 'Jl'
home in Orlando from a trip to Miami. .
Jamaica.Mrs. PAIIOKEE FLA.
Mrs. Doyle Branyon has returnedto
Ashley Miles of Melbourne
j' her home in Melbourne followinga
IIi the house guest this week of her
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visit with her parents, Mr. and .1
brothers and sisters-in-law, Mr. SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY
Mrs. Lou Lombard, in Miami. 3 After a hard-played 18 holes, it's good to
and Mrs. L. L. Shirley and Mr. and
,Mrs. Claude Shirley, both of Pa- Mrs. Doyle Branyon has returnedto Dec. 12, IS,' 14 settle down on a soft chair in the club :
her home
in Melbourne follow I
liokee.. house and add the score with friends.
visit up
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her Mrs.home Bill from Unwin Good has returned Samaritan-to '',I and Mrs. W. S. Cross, in Canal "The Ipcress File"Starring What better time for the drink that scores with '

Hospital West Palm Beach where Point. almost every golfer-cool, thirst-quenching beer?
I Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stuart plan to -
she recently. and Mrs.underwent Howard surgery.Mr. Holman. leave this coming week for Black, .Michael Caine Yes, beer's great to relax with, great for refresh

spent Friday and Saturday in Miami Alabama, where they will spend the meat great for taste. So whatever your sport- .

and attended the Fairchild Christmas holidays. Nigel Green baseball tennis relax
Garden Ramble. Recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs. boating or -swimming or -

Mrs. Lloyd Hundley and Mrs. M. H. Mulkey,Jr., in Perry, Florida a forwards with the zestful taste of beer.
Harry McIntosh returned from MIami 1 were Mrs. James W. Vann, Mrs.. (IN COLOR)
Saturday night where they had John Cochran and Miss Twila Mul UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC.P. .
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Point Ei t: pljEl$ 1[ fee, WSCS Meet .,. Financing:

Baptist Church Church: ,, Piilipree} )Jt m;Monday EVe,

Whatever Your Mortgage Financing Requirements
Lawrence Stewart, Pastor Guthrie W. Colvard, Pastor. M>s. JoJni Hatton presided at the
SUNDAY: SUNDAY general meeting: of the Pahokee
Be Whether You Are
May .
9:45: a. nv Sunday School 9:45: a. mv Sunday School, First Methodist WSCS Monday
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a m.-Morning Worship. night' in the absence of Mrs. J., L.
6:30 p. m.-Training Union 6:00: p. m.-Evening Worship Reeves, president. Mrs. Hatton Buying, Building, Selling or Refinancing

7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 6:45: p. m.-Training Union opened,the program with the reading
WEDNESDAY: WEDNESDAY: of the Christmas story from At Everglades Federal Savings And
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting 7:30 m.-Prayer Service the Bible followed by testimoniesfrom
1 p. .. Mrs. Ellis Murphy, 'Mrs. Loan Association You Are Assured Of

First Methodist Frank Rosenberg,Mrs.Ralph Johnson -
The Methodist Church and( Mn. Bill Culberson.In .
Fast Fair Commitments .. .. Prompt'Se
Church. Pahokee Canal Point, Florida, the short business session that ,
followed it was decided that members -
John A. Briley, Pastor, Edward F. Norton, Pastor wishing to contribute $125 for >;vice And Low Cost.
SUNDAY: SUNDAY: a Bible,for the Florida School for
9:45 a. m.-Church School 9:15 a. m.-Sunday School Boys in Okeechobee would be given .
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. Mr Morning Worship the opportunity1 to do so at' the
7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 645p.: m.-Evening Worship circle meetings next week. Let Your Savings:
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TUESDAY: Mrs. Howard Holman, secretary
8:00: p. m.-Woman'* Ebeiety of campusministry, announced that
Holy Nativity 1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY 29'*.members are now in college or Earn More :
: service and have received Thanks ,
Episcopal ChurchPahokee 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting giving.cards, Christmas cards and "
an invitation to attend a breakfastat .. qa
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. .
Rev. Willlajn Plckels, Ylcir South Side Church Boynton on December 19 at 9:30:

SUNDAY ChristBelle 4Pct.
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8:00 A. M.-Holy Communto a.m.Mrs.. Robert Hatton reported that ,
Prayer Calendars may be ordered
Glade from
across
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from Mrs. Arch Blakey.' The priceis
Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 $1.50. Payable Semi-Annually
Yule CantataPahokeeBptist 10.00 a. m. Bible Study
The attendance pin was awardedto
11:00 m.-Morning Worship
a. the Vena Mae Schroder Circle. '
6:ao p. rn.-Evening Service It was announced that the Simon:
7:30 Wed. Bible Study Ii FederalSavings
p. m.- Everglades
4. son-Lair Circle wlU meet at the
Church on December 20 at 3 p.m.
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Sunday evening, December 12, at Pahokee Baptist at which time Mrs. Arch Blakey's
6:00 p.m. the Church Choir of the MissionRev. kindergarten will present the pro- And Loan AssociationACCOUNTS

.First Baptist Church, Pahokee, will gram.
present the Christmas Cantata Members were reminded that INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
The World's Redeemer"by Holtoa. Horace Burgner each circle will be responsible for
The soloists are: James Batchelor, (Meets at the Pahokee WomanV delivering, _the booklet "Upper LOAN INSURANCE OORP.
Ron Ter Haar, Beverly Wilkinsonand Club) Room" to their "shut-ins."

Mrs. Bill Shirley. SUNDAY A'vote of thanks from the WSCS : PAHOKEE BELLE GLADE
,A duet "'Neath the Starry Hea- 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School was presented to Mr. and Mrs. I
vens" will be given by Mrs. Ralph 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship Lloyd Hundley for the contributionof
.Grimes and Mrs. Lee Wroten. 6:30: p. m.-B.T.C. new drapes for the parsonage. --

"He Came to Redeem the World" 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship. Mrs. Hatton asked for special .
Choir and Duet, the duet will be WEDNESDAY stamps which will be used to,buy -
given by Ralph Grimes and Guthrie 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer milk and food.for children in l other church: Of Christ St. Mary's Catholic'Church
Colvard. Service lands
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The mixed is composedof
quartet .4. 125 N. W. Avenue D
Miss Dorothy Batchelor, Mr. and Phone WY 6-386T Father Francis Fennech. Pastor
The Pahokee ChurchOf Don Collier Is '
Mrs. Bill Earnest and Ron Ter Belle Glade Fla. Sundayau- 11:30: a. m. g

IIaar. The NazareneRev. SUNDAY SERVICES Confessions before Mass ..,
The pianist is Ginger Willis and 'New CC Director; 10:00 a. m. BiWe Study .
the organist is Verlon] Jones. Mts. 11:00
a. m.-Morning Worship
Guthrie Colvard, Music Director for Willard Kilpatrick 7:30 The Church Of God
-- p. m.-:Evening Worship
433 Bacom Point Rd.
the church, is directing. Don Collier,an employee of Flor- WEDNESDAY
Of Pahokec
Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 88'J Prophecy,
ida Power and Light Company, has
T:30 m.-Bible
Y.' SUNDAY,SERVICES: p. Study Rev. S. N. Allen
been named to the board of direct
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 2500 E. Main St
tors of Pahokee Chamber of Com
Attend Meeting At 11:00 a m.-Sunday Worship Pahokee
merce. The announcement was
Lutheran
i' ;Fort Lauderdale 8:80: p. m.-Juniors made by President Bill Moss. St. Peter's
7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening 10: a. m.-Sunday School
Bill Benton, who was serving as
.1 the recent Evangelistic Service president during the past year, Church, Belle Glade 11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service
Attending West Palm WEDNESDAY: 7:30 Evangelistic
p."
moved to Bell Glade creating a va .
Beach District Conference of.Methodist 7:30, m. Midweek Prayer Service
p. / cancy" on the'.directorate.,It Is this August Kocrteft
Churches at,"Fort Landerdelefrom mett1n1g.I vacancy that young CoDief will fill. ., ,ft&LW.Lakft W, PUZ-i; 8:00, .p, m. Tuesday-W JIB..
the Pahokee 'Firsi? Methodist I "Where yo'xi are a stranger but .-.- SUNDAY: 8:00 p. m. Thursday. ..
Church were Rev. John A. Briley once" CLASSIFIED ADS IN THESE Divine Serviee 11 A. It Everyone welcome. Specialmusic

and Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rogers. .4. COLUMNS PAY BIO, DIVIDENDS School 9i5: A M. and since."rYT .
Guest speaker at the conference

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M eets'in Pahokee Lions Club .'

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Bank of Pahokee, Saturday, December 9:45ra.. mv;Sunday School 'IvuN'1'
11, 2 pjn. to 7 p.m. I l1"OOJ ra.-Morning.: WoYshlj .
Pahokee Camp Old Project oft' 7:30: '.*'.... IL-Brte- e .tlOY" -i**..,1 i} I j .
Belle Glade Road, Tuesday, December TioeT 4
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McGonirks Store,Friday,Decem : '' : SOUTHEAST FlORIDA DAIRY INSTITUTE SALUTES .
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Pelican Lake Sugar Camp, Friday 11:00: a BLr-Mornlng Worship'
December 17, &:30 to 6:30 pjn. 6:30 p. axr B. T. C. \ -It* Gnitttt :-UTk WaAt Tales Ha fMOf M 70 At ; t I

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j Eiffel The Everglades'Newfl, Canal Point Florid _J. .,, ._....... .. Friday a December 1&0.965
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To Wed Dec. 11 Is Bureau Head I

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I Miss Sandra Rebecca..Lampi will Baker County Sheriff Ed Yarborough

i become' the bride of Donell Jarriel, has been named director of *.
I Sneak- thieves busy in the I'the Florida Sheriffs Bureau. He
are Saturday, December 11, in a 7 p.m.
Glades at this Christmas season.If was told to start building it up for
,ceremony at the First Methodist I the betterment of law enforcementin
you leave your car, take along .:
your purse. That is the advice that !Church in Pahokee. Rev. Robert, the state. ;>
Mrs. Mae Pope of Pahokee would Shelley will officiate. Miss Lampi :I Yarborough will take over the
give her friends after her purse will be given in marriage by her I job on December 15, succeeding Don
was stolen from her car when she ,(father, Robert 0. Lampi I McLeod who is' resigning becauseof
went into the Bank of Pahokee.on poor health. McLeod will remainon
a business. It contained important I! She has chosen as her maid of i a consultant basis until June 30.
I and $30 in cash. 1 Jbonor, Miss Mary; Della Penna of 'Governor Burns had turned the
papers Mrs. Pope is manager of the ,Wayne, New Jersey Other attendants .I responsibility* of Dominating the
Glades Office Building at Belle : will be Mrs. Joan Ramsey new director of the bureau to the
Mrs. Dona Peel and Miss Janice sheriffs association' at a meetIng *
Glade and she lives on Bacom I
Point Road.ATTEND ,Wilhow. in Jacksonville, Yarboroughwas .
.. A reception will follow the ceremony the unanimous choice.
FUNERAL in the recreation hall of the Yarborough said'his first action
;4's I church. will be to embark investigation
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Out-of-town members of Mrs. J.
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are being issued I of crime on thejower southeast
iw,, I B. Elliott's family attending her but all friends of the couple are I coast at the requests of sheriffs of
funeral Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.I;cordially invited to attend. j I Dade, Broward and, Palm Beach
I Thomas L. Elliott of Florala, Ala- 1.
I w I I bama; Thomas L. Elliott, Jr., and I I -,7 -- _- _. __ _
son, Tommy, of Satellite Beach, I II 11111111111 t U 11111111111111
I Florida; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Elliott -|
L- South Bay; Mr. and Mrs. HarI I
per Kendrick of Bradenton; Mr.I I i AAA Members
and Mrs. Cohen Blakey, Orlando;
Dr. Bill Blakey, Orlando; Mr. and '
Mrs. Clyde Doolittle and son, Jim What better gift could you give for Christmas than a 'I

R'e r my, Fort Lauderdale; Mr. and Mrs. membership in your AAA Motor Club? A gift for driving
1 Geore McLarty, Lake Worth; Mrs. pleasure with year 'round service and protection.
,Bruce Williams, Lake Worth; Dr.
44A and Mrs. David Bleech and children, Handsomely gift wrapped and sent to you before Christmas. .' '.
For details call Roy Thompson's AAA Garage and service "
Fort Pierce; Mr. and Mrs. Douglas '
A r L'f station 924-3561 or send your name and address to Paul D.
I Congelton and daughter, Lori, Belle I
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j ; : I.ti I. Lt. and Mrs. Ronald B. Elliott,. Orlando Free gift to those taking advantage of this effer.
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Mr. and Mrs. John C. Saceman Doris Sasser and Paul, Sasser of f'I'l;
.Jr., are shown above at the time of Pahokee and the groom is the son :';e. ,.,.
.their wedding on November 20 at of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Saceman, {' :<
the First Methodist Church in Pa Sr., of Lake Placid. The couple will > .
hokee. The bride is the former reside in the Farrow Apartment at
Miss Faith Sasser daughter of Mrs. 164% Banyan Avenue in Pahokee. ,.: r Add a touch of color to your bedroom.

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cannot express the love wish to thank everyone who .
we feel for the friends of our has shown us kindness in any: way Subtract: ,
mother and grandmother, who so since the death of our mother and

thoughtfully came to our aid in this grandmother, Mrs. Ella A. Crippenof '' "t- "
recent: time of sorrow. The beauti- Dania. ,,.' a"!-if running; *

ful flowers the wonderful foods, Mrs. Ralph C. Stanley and sons ... :'ft4"r'i .
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forever by The family of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Moon ';

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