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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 10, 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: UF00079910:00207
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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December 17,1965 PUBLISHED WEEKLY CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN



CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT, : THE VAST AGRICULTURAL' AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNT'

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New Plant Make Louis OF Hatton SERVICE lot Oneida, Ken I Pageant Is Plan' ATTEND. Harry GRADUATIONMrs. McIntosh, Miss Julia! Two Year Old Bank

tucky, recesnt discharged from the
Mathis and Mrs. Doris Sasser planto
Furfural U. S. Army is ,the house guest of attend
Coming I Local graduation ceremonies of
Baptists
his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. RobertC. Mrs. Mclntosh's son-in-law, Sidney Pays Dividend '

Hatton. While here Mr. Hatton Stubbs,a student of law at the Uni!

To The 'Glades : will also visit bas grandmother, Dec. 22 23 24 versity of Florida,Gainesville. They OfSOcAShare
.Mrs. L. L.
Britton. and his aunts will be accompanied home by Mela-
and uncles, Mr. and Mrs. Jan Walters I nie and Natalie Stubbs, who planto
George n. Wedgworth, president and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Biitlon. -
An unusual
I i inspirational, Christmas spend the Christmas holidays Just a few days past its second
.
CJf the Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative pageant has been planned by with their grandmother,
Florida, announced a 10'J1&- the Canal Point Baptist Church for I>- I birthday anniversary, the newest
term ,agreement with the Quaker Funeral Services I this Christmas season. It will be ,bank in the Glades Bank of Belle

Oats Company whereby the Cooperative an outdoor portrayal of'the events Vegetable PriceIs I I Glade paid its first dividend, according .
will supply Quaker Oats surrounding the birth of Christ.The to. President E. B. Me-
with bagasse, a by-product of cane Mrs. Jim Mizell Juniors, Intermediates and Young Daniel, Jr. A dividend of 50 cents
sugar manufacturing: the cane I People will portray the Biblical Fair Before per share was mailed, out to stockholders .
stalks after the juice is extracted. characters, with special lighting on December ,10, Mr. Me-
Quaker Oats announced simultaneously Held Monday and costumes to add to the effectiveness Yule SeasonThe Daniel said.,
from its Chicago headquarters of the scenes. In commenting upon the success
that the company-will build anew This will be presented under the of the.new institution: Mr. McDan-
plant at Belle Glade for the Funeral: services were held Mon direction of the Young People's Department lei had the following to may "We!
production of furfural, using ba- day morning at ten o'clock: at the leaders on Wednesday vegetable price in ,the Ever- I are very proud to be able to declare
gasse as the raw material. Church of the Nazarene in Paho- December 22, at 7:30 p.m.;,,Thursday lades is fair this week. Really it I this dividend, on our two years effective
Construction of the new plant kee for Mrs. Julia Mabel Mlzell, 85, December 23, at 7:30 p.m. and should be a lot better with the operation. It is a firm indi
who died suddenly on,Friday from 8:45 and Yuletide season only a few days cation of the
will begin in January, according to p.m. on Friday, December general 'economy of
However
Homer R. Duffey, rice president of a heart condition. Burial was at 24, at 7:30 pm. on the churchlaW11.il away- groweri'and brokers the area and of the effectiveness of i
Port Mayaca cemetery say that everybody can 'make the "
The public is invited Board of Directors.
cordially
'
Chemicals Division. Preliminary I
Quaker's
The'funeral service was conducted to drive living 1n the Glades It the present Mr. McDaniel '
work at the site, located I by and stop to view pointed out that
by the pastor of the church of this pageant'from your car. prices don't drop any' lower. the large majority of the stock in
about two miles northeast of Belle I
Production and harvest of beans
which Mrs. Mizell was a member the
Following the financial institution is
Wednesday
pageant on/ owned
Glade has been started Dr. +
Duffy
in the
Glades
Rev. W. L. Holcombe. Wetherington i was very light during
and orders for December 22, the pastor by folks who live and make their
reports, major equip-
Funeral Home was in charge of ar and his wife will have Open House the past week with the livelihood in the Glades section of
have The
already been placed. new
rangements.The standing between ,13.50 and pric'l Palm
In
facility,is. scheduled for completionin their home ''to' greet members Beach County. The bank was
hamper.
deceased was a native of and friends per chartered with
the last of 1966. of the church and community a capitalization of
quarter South Carolina, coming to Pahokeein Celery demand bu.been'. very $300,000.00, a surplus of $12,000.00
Although capacity and I cost figures 1928 from Plant City, Florida. _1 .. .,- good, according: to packing house and,undivided profits of $66,000.00
for the new plant were not Survivors'are: Her husband, Jim reports, The market has been On December 1, 1965 ,total assetsof
disclosed, Dr. Duffy explained that Mizell; one'son, Billy Ray Moseley; Sunday Set For stronger and the price has',varied the .bank were $'',S25OOO.00Vith (
the Belle, Glad*' operation is ,designed -, daughter/Mrs. Christine Pitts, both with the, site from $2.60 to $3.00 deposits standing near the four

lor for later expansion and will, of Pabokeec Mother, !rlr.. 'Fannie MusfChoirs per" crate.' million, Roller mark- $3, 3 ,OOO.OO. 'I:
compare favorably in size with, Todd,''Cab Point; Brothers, C. M The de n aria'rosr'E 'ra<'nasvbeen .
Quaker1 existing furfural plants (f I Todd, Pahokee, R, P. Todd and Byron very good and the market had been : r
at Omaha, Memphis and Cedar Todd of Delray Beach; Sisters, Of Methodists strongei with fancy bringing $2.50
Rapid It has not jet been deter. I Mrs. Sally Todd, Pahokee, Mrs. Ellen j and white. corn bringing. $3.00'per Sidney Stubbs Will 4<
mined how many persons will be. Baker, Indiantown, Mrs. Maggie ,era f* I Join Law Firm in
employed to operate the new fa. Tombaugh, Miami,.Mrs. Kansas The Chancel, Junior and Cherub The cucumber market is strongerthis
cility. (Todd, Canal'Point; 5 grandchildren Cholfs of the 'Pahokee First Methodist week and the price has been Clearwater Soon ,
from $4.60 to $5.00 bushel tub.
and per
Furfural was first discovered in. 3 great-grandchildren. 'Church, under the directionof
1832 by: a German scientist,but was |I Pall bearers were: .W. D. Butler, Mrs. Marian Hatton, will present Peppers, have seen a firm market Sidney Alton Stnbbs, Jr., received
and the
not produced commercially until Sr., Walter Butler, ?r., J. D. Watson their annual Christmas Concert in has California Wonder variety hit J.D. degree from the University !. I
1922, when the Quaker Oats Com- Jimmy Britt, Luke Fraser and the church sanctuary Sunday, December brought as much as $6.00, Radishes of Florida Law School on '

pany developed a process. The furfural Ben Abney.Woman's- .. 19, starting at 7:45 p.m. I per basket..ere'lelUnr for 75 cents December 16. JIG has been elected ,

manufacturing procedure is a! !The opening number for the processional -, Acorn squash has been in light to Blue J Key and Phi Kappa Phi, I
complicated one, requiring a great I Club will be "Hark the Herald ,i I demand and the price has been named to the Hall of Fame andWho' I
deal ef' expensive and complex .''
Anarel.SInJ' The Chancel Choir around $2.00 to $2.50. Who Among Students in
equipment. < will then sing Plank's "Sing Noel," American Universities and Colleges
Thi raw material: ,.bagasse in the Christmas Party Day's "Jesu, Jesu, Little Son," I.for the second time. Mr. Stubbs was
ease,of;the new Belto Glade paint, Kirk's "As Lately We Watched"and I graduated from Florida Stat. Unlrersity ,
is cooked, with diluted sulphuric Nile's "Jesus, The Christ, Is Officer ,SlateIs in Tallahassee in August, ,
acid under pressure. The vapors Mrs. E. C. Johnson presided at Born." : ; Presented 1960, with an AD degree In Poll-
from this- cooking process sire removed the Christmas dinner meeting of This. .will J be followed by four Heal" Science. He.served three yearsIn il
and condensed, and then sent the Pahokee Woman's Club Wed. numbers by the Cherub Choir; the Air Force prior to entering
.. through complex- refining equip eaday, December. Adams's "Little Baby In the Manger Mrs. R. B. Slmonson, nominating the University of Florida.
ment to produce ,furfuraL Members and hlr'r1l..ta lis- ," ,Grime's "Knock, Knock,* I committee chairman for the Victory While at the University be was
1.f "In order to avoid problems of t.ad to a reading of the Christ Knock" Bampton't "Mary Had a Class of the Pahokee Methodist elected chancellor of the Honor '
1--' "f" pollution at the" plant -site,", Dr. mat fJtory by Mrs. R. J. Schroder Baby" and Heller's "We Wish You Church, presented the following Court and also was assistant editor
\ 'f'.A Duffy said, "special attention has and sang Christmascarola led by Merry Christmas." slate of officers for the new of the Law Review. He will remainat
> 1 been given to methods oL waste Mrs. IL PS-;; Hurt ').fr.. Donald i I ..For the offertory, ,a women's1 year 'beginning January 2> President the University of Florida until I;
disposal.;,Modern techniques will be Thompson accompanied the group. chorus will sing "Sing Ye Glory Mrs. Hugo floe vice president lie:takes his Florida Bar examination "
.-."+ wed to eliminate the danger of at the piano: 'I Alleluia" by Hallstrom, followed by Mrs Ellis Murphy secretary in March after which he will i
f v v I contaminating streams and wild. Gifts were,placed under a the congregation joining in the; ,and treasurer, alternate, Mrs. practice law In Clearwater. }j
\ life areas," he added. Christmas tree for thtj 111",1'I singing of the hymn, "While Shepherds Charles Stokes and sunshine chairman Mr. Stubbs is the husband of the .r
Known alde Boys'School and the Veterans' Watched Their Flocks." alternate, Mrs. Frank Resells. Former Annette McIntosh of p bo- \j
chemically an
hyde, furfural to as industrial pital.Mrs.. .. I In the second half of the program .. kee and the father of twin daughters
importance because grew of its excellence E.B. Gamble presented Mrs.' the Junior Choir will sing Young's Melanie and Natalie.
' as a solvent Today its uses- Johnson with a Christmas gift on "Christmas Roundelay," Hopkins' Glades Graduates Mr. Stubbs the son of Mr. and
It is used behalf of.the club. 'Christmas Cornea Again" and Posegvti's Mrs. S. A. Stubbs, Sr., of Braden-
are numerous. as a selective
solvent In'the petroleum, Mrs. Glenn Powell, assisted by "The Gift of 1oe.7 Receive Degrees ton. He will Join the law firm of

; rosin and chemical industries,ass an Mrs. Milton Douglas and Mrs. Lee __ These songs will_ be. followed by McMnllen Everett and Logan in :
extract distillation in' Wroten, were fn charge .f dinner rive numbers by the Chancel Choir: Clearwater, ,after be passes his '
a agent petrol Florida has
State University an- '
Dickinson's "From state examination. I
Heaven
arrangements. High,
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chemical production and as a' nounced the names of candidates
fv nation's "Still, Still, Still," Mueller' .
resin reactive solvent -
, ingredient, for degrees commencement Saturday .'
"Over Bethlehem
: chemical and other industrial Town, Bort.nlonsky's -
and intermediate. agricultural afternoon, December 18.
j It is anticipated that completionif producta. number "Cherubim" and the final. Floyd T. Christian, state superintendent Rameys Visit
' of the unit will Oats leads the world in Handel's rousing inspirational
new improve the Quaker ) of public instruction, will
F 5* ( availablity of furfural for sale as I the production of hot cereals and "Hallelujah Chorus. be the commencement speaker in Their ChildrenMr.
' such and also iU Aunt Jemima pancake mixes Mrs. Hugh Branch win be the soprano in
provide adequate raw ; ceremonies beginning at 2 p.m. -
;\J\ material for the manufacture of ,and canned pet foods,. Ken-L Ra soloist will include Instrumental Mrs. DonaldThompson accompanists Tully Gymnasium. Candidates for and Mrs.'George Ramty will ;;
'l' derivative products. tion for dogs and Puss'N'Boots degrees, by home town include leave Saturday for a weekend visit
f'. 01' The Quaker Oats Company is an cats.The organist, Mrs. Billy Canal Point Amanda Janette with their children Mr. and Mrs.
-:- international business,_ with .M, Quaker ,Oats Company-op Turbeville and Miss Tammy Harrington, BS education. Hugh Miller and family at Rock-

: manufacturing plants and nearly crates 31 plants in the, United Branch. a-, pianists._'__ Pahokee Robin Bruce Bowe, ledge, and Mr. and Mrs. David W.
.'K .' 12/XX employees located aroundthe States. and also produces most of BA social welfare Ramey and daughter at Cocoa.
world. In addition to being the its products at 26 plants in Latin Mrs. Preen Cat Sr.. and Prem Belle Glade J. Robert Davidson They wlll.be accompanied home by }
l., world's largest producer of lures' America, Europe and Australia. Cate, Jr. of Leesburg will be the BS business. their grandsons, Graham and Brian
.0; 'chemicals the company: is inter.I Quaker products are available holiday: guests of lira. Gertrude South Bay Kenneth V. Dun- Miller, ''who win be their house
.tkmally famous for its consumer, throughout. the tree world. Williams In Pahokee. son, BS home economics. t guests for a week.
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,' B'tfday, .1965t1L
Page Two The Ererglades-Newmt.Canal, Print, Florida
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Gift Exchange I APPRTECTATJON. C wwnt b eipjrtsai my'sihcera ap- '

For\' ,Qmen's Class preciatioa to all the fl-ienda and Thtumlot\Ifni t

relatives for the many?kinjjnesfes .
p--'th 'oint shown me while in the hosg ta!. k "
Members' Carnd for your' fcits, -
grateful ,,
I ,1 am
etl/ad! ,Adctlt men'l Sundays ) 'pabeautiful fliwers, gifts, '
009.1 re Wtheir.anr : of
other expression
I ual Chrfstmas', par y?aml gift ex- cart} Wf

change. Oflhei party *fl Lie held a| kin always remember each ofyouuawl .1
I L'aball
the home m Mrs. PI7,1d, Vorhee
with Mrs. J.P. P rkeia3( ecKpos ess i .treasure ygurJWendshipod{ "
an4h .lPf eJs, bless you.xs.lrfIl1iIN
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on Monday njeht pecembec: 20, : ; "ZL-

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Williams Home .\1IUZNYOU AKEEEADr: TO

The Rardin' B.uiWing In Canal Point, Florida. Scene Circle Meet I r SINGER 1p1'1'qla; AC OB'SELD{ GE.C!: O m.lrAWIJ t'09us. I
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;. THE] LAKE QK ECHQBEE REGION HOME OF Electric.Sewinff IDI:?IliliM02f r:. I
Mrs...W.' S*'Ev ns presented the,
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r.H.E .E"VE.RG1JA DBE S NEW.s pm&1'JI\nUtJe.d.My:: "CJn rbJeJh Machine PIIONI3:844'l$55' <:
ing and ,. Sews p. o. TBOXMaw;:: ,
; Seeing" at the December tn console cabinet Ilk a.a.
\; Servilg heiake"Oleeclipee.! .8'arniirig R gionwltlibut.* meeting jof.the:lone Patterson Circle ;I ,for torwarct and buttcnnolM.reyers: ,AIl J.I..qgg1na tt chmenta NORm I'stUZ c ,
making
Interruption Every Week for 40 Years held at the home of Mrs. J. 'E. and" fancy stitch designs. Fully FXOBXTM "
Williams guaranteed: Can be seen in your !
Established March 11,1924Published: Every Friday Mrs Eyans,was assistedby area: Make eight tt&rftb ?'psyalehtd
At Canal 'Point Florida,93433 Mrs. WA, Ba er and Mrs: C. B. of M.W or will, dlscotnrt for, CMb.VptTTE .
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%Volume/I*forop el' 4Q "'- *peceffibcr 171,,1965: : } nf'.1(
Community missions for the CHEDtT'MANAGES :
rThe Everglades News It Entered atthe"Post Office month will be. gathering clothing 122 8. CU5AKWATKR D.tARQO : >. 'AbS'P/k'i
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Wj11 Wed wi f sec: i30 Mike Watkins of Auburn University dw 'J f. t w 1 .' t ir1 t.I,1;!' I

Auburn, Alabama, Is the holiday '& t.elltl; 1! t 'I J\ '\ "'t
guest jOf his..parents, Mr. and t-. ..
''Plans have' been announced, ; for i Mrs. "I' / Jn 4 .N
p. P. Pahokee. ,
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tot the Pahokee'and wftdding'' 'of,;,;?Miss'haddeus.Robin."Trpisfcy: Bowe, OUT OF..HOSPITALJoe aer. Phone 924-5511-_ aho kee. Pho p iteM 6:255= belle l al i fe J=t

Which ;jvill'be an'' at the !. :
event ...
SALES ,
and SERVICE
church of ''the Holy 'Spirit, .100? Hatton, Sr. has returned to ,
.Allendale. toad, West Palm Beach, his home in Pahokee following..sev t
hiwselay? PecenibVjj-30, at,'8, p.m., eral days stay at Everglades Memo- 'Heating' Air Conditioning -' :Appliances *:

\vith-RevrPetet1"Wattersbn to Officiate rial Hospital. He is reported as ,"4p 0.",..

"The at:'t bride-elect',thev candlelight has ,chosen ceremony.her -getting ;along- ,nicely.. .. *+, .:.<& ..:.)#&&&, #: fc#..".*;:.J.,... ..,........,....,,.".., f.H...t r .t!) ,e-; ..t;':. I

sister Miss Lynn Bowe, to serve'asitnaid VISIT 'IN 'GEORGIA ---o----- ",' T"" .- -- .- -"" r ...... -- -- '"
''of honor. Bridesmaids will, in- Mr. and t'Mrs:J. H. Bordeauxare, .
'ude Miss; Jean VeUe aMiss Linda spending:this wee '.In ,Thomasyille] ,
Bel1,Miss l amelii l '\ViIkC J1133 Martha Georgia, ass.the,gijests ot., h.ir son-
Clewis all of West Palm Beach;" in-law; and'daughter, Mr. and.1.Mrs*.
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Miss Judy: ',Whltmore; Sanford and 0 H./Chastain. ; .. .
:Miss Judv Jablon. :Maml. Y : : _.
"\:.Tohn"jW .tson 'of :')Vest Palm HAS A.BIRTHDAY ', J 'M :j'1; r

Beach, wm se'rye, as.,Mr.. Jrotskys r '.Mf:: and j)Irs. ,Jt V. Thomas and 1))' "(

best'man; Ushers' ,will pe:Mike\ Flshfer Mrs;: Jackie Thomas.and-daughters; h '.
Stephen ''Pacetti, .Steve, Packwood spent Sunday with Mrv .and;;;Mrs. L .
:Thomas Carey, 'all, pf West Bob, Meyer and s9n..1 \1tchJlrWa- ,,, .

Palm Beach:; James1 Cox,. Lakeland leah ,!where;they helpedButch Celebrate __ I ..... ).Iqres
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Sand/Brian. 'N1cholsCoral ""
(Gables. h1eth'id( birthday.i .
fcobbte'tefegs.of t ,Westf fcalnj' each : iIII i 'Gifj I :

Will bf a>61yte. y .VISIT IN',SANFORD '" .t,. '
*The, reception! following the ,cere- 'Mrs. Shirley Lowe; and her ,mpthfrtJWrs. \,I.e'- I' r: .. /
will be in the J r.n
hiony Parish Hall of .A vE CvJberson.spent.this: J
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the church.- formal invitationsare past weekend in ,,Sanford' as .the ,.., + ;l A t : I
being sent locally, but all guests o(> Mr. an4 ,Mrs.,Bob.Jtaty .
friends\of theeo, ple,are;invited} ',to and"children; Becky:>nd BUlyX' Billy
attend both the,wedding and recep- I recently underwent eye eurgery.and
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tion. reportedto, be greatly improved. >
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Beit/'Mills Circle APPRECIATION ,''j ,
:fhetfainily 1 .Rasmus Erick floe I
-;Mef:0n: : <'Tuesday} would like to ';thank ,our' many

,friends ,for their ,kind! expressions ,

vMrs. ,Bill Shirley,) ,. hostess ,to of''pympathy. ,
:the Betty.MUls" CJrcleuofttKe.Pahojkee The flowers;; food, cards,:phonepails ." __
J-frsf BapUsHTWMUi.Tuwdayr. ; yistts and, qt er, ..acts rot kind-
I orn{ -.Mrs.: (."th'1p- Colvard J i ncs$ meant 10 much tq,,uaraty": l iis'
time.
I lcpabman; ,:pre I Jde dgTha: i 1>fay r.c,u- Beulah Katherine .Boo;
and Olaf
j.<< wa'read by, MrsKarlf Berin rt- .... .11 : U 1a.4
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of ,on Jbe'.Chtfstmaa to
off erinsr/prf th'e,, entaUfealtiCAs-; CLASSIFIED,ADS PAY # :r t f s A r 1"F

:Isociayon( ,wa" given'{ :",J>yMs.jBJllShirJeyf ; ,: 1 BIO Pn'mPPS... .v-. "-
$ i. RAi.sly
(Cojnnuaity' hCiion '(">r ..'the:

'month ofr, .anuary wiUbe" ; placngcardbotderf.onthe'meal :: ; .. ? _
; trays) at : :S:Savmg$ I 31s I I "' '"

.th'e ,-r-veltll l i.Mmq, Hospital\ J i-- .)Electric.iflaf are enjoyed for years.-Popular, practical,
.,each :rJ.11:1fsdayt throughout, the :shave pe'd.t6e'' '' ''" ,
..jnonth..Mrs. > ; 'Az'pi'efeired' and appreciated. They ,ahp{? good taste, smart ...

,'. ., guthrie CoJvard : n )gzaept wvdrtrue friendship.. Loving thanks come
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NotlcenLlherebyi";lyeri!tliatt.tbeunderslgtifdpnder. 'Says MR. M. MONROE: KlMBRXL, r
the tpl'ovisJonsIot President, American Bankers
Chaptes',20Q53'jawaof.: Florida, Association. ..
.'Actof.a94i.wUl; register'withthe, "Savings Bonds,beve'had.au: '\ \
Clerkofjthe4lClrcuit;; Court>nd important part iiL.preserving a + I -

ytoiG r.halm;;IieachGoeintq,; Florida, way of'life;:which,.rewardsindi' #
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aupon"receipt, ? proof of publication vidual Initiative."But in 'addition Savings ... ..
of this notice, the fictitious .name, Boiids Xhave"< made It'easy'riors '.
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to-wit. : .. FREEl A GAYl:32.PAGE.800K.; ,
bill of millions of Americans to
{ Associated Building Maintenance !)save: forthe.important, ,things A Treasury of Christina Ideas to make I,4'r
_, 3699 Coco nut Drive ': in their,Jives. -your.worit,lighter,,and;.yowr.olidsy I '
I: Lake Worth, Florida "Theap,are _the reasons why ..", ,rG ,' "' MzrlghterIllGtUfre< '
Y: under which) I ram< engaged in ;bankers pain are 'proud : -'.,.. trkal.pplisacedeetejr0w. atacr! ,
\-. business in- 'of* their the' Savings I ...'.
,' Lake Worth, Palm 1' Bonds Program and why the 4. .,
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I Page Four The Everglades New, Canal Point Florida I 7


Local Lions Plan I W. H. Bfcewton week has, from returned Everglades expect Mil,and'to have Mrs.as Robert their Christmas CBattoa
home this past
where he guests their son, Roger, ottfc*University
Memorial Hospital
I' f[f rIR1QI4ItWIa1iEsMiss( : ) J Ladies Night On I I has been a patient. ; Carol'of,Florida of Florida and StateUniversity. their daughter


, _..., Mr. and Mrs. Lester Her of West .
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17th Of Palm Beach were the recent guests Mrs. R. W. Sanders had
Connie Singletary and Miss pect to have as Sunday guests, Mrs.D. January of their son-in-law and daughter, M'r. and
,. Gale Sears, both students at FSU, P. Jones and sons of Naples and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hand, and I' as Sunday dinner guests their son.inlaw -
e Tallahassee, will arrive Friday to Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Vorhees 9! Indiana granddaughter, and ier husband, and daughter, Mtand Mrs.
spend the holidays with their par- Monday night, January 17, 1966, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Ter Haar, both of; Paul Katz and his daugJi Cherry
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Singletaryin Wayne Sears has left for Nicaragua has been set as a special night by I Pahokee. ICatr, of Miami.
Pahokee,and' Mr. and Mrs. Pope where he will be employed. the Canal Point Lions Club and that'
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Sears in Canal Point. with a mining firm. Enroute Wayne is when they will hold their specialLadies' I -- ----- \ I
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David Simonson of West Palm Night and entertain
plans to visit in Mexico City and
Beach is the guest of his parents, Guatemala.Mr. wives of the members of the club. |.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Simonson, in J. G. Weeks, a Lion of long standing -
Mrs. Sammons of '
Pahokee for the holidays. and Gary has been placed in charge of ciiX
of her "
Tallahassee the
were guests
the the special
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Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs: I. S. several
night and will pick out
Ron Ter Haar was his cousin, Jerry
Guthrie, in Pahokee on Monday.Mr. him .
assist
members of the club to
Hop, of Jamestown, Michigan. and Mrs. Bill Unwin had as In Florida
in his chore of
preparing a
A-lc and Mrs. Jimmy Jackson recent 'guests her brother-in-law pro- ;

have returned to Savannah, Geor- sister Mr. and Mrs. Harry gram. .
and cash ,
Around $114 in good hard after
golfbeer's ,
gia, where he Is stationed at Hunter x
of Pierce.
Stewart, Fort
was raised by the club and its members _
AFB, following a visit with his ,Chuck Pell is the guest of his shoot i
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Monk Jack in the special turkey the one.. .
parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Web Pell, \
they held in November. This money I .
son, in Canal Point. ,
while on Christmas vacation from will for purchase of glassesfor
Pvt. George Jackson has gone to his studies at Oklahoma A & M in underprivileged go folks eye and other for good taste iA .

Fort Leonardwood, Missouri, aftera Miami, Oklahoma. charity projects promoted by the r ,
two-week visit with his parents, Buddy Culberson and Kirby Mole,. club. Lion Roswell Harrington ex- good fun I
Mr. and Mrs. Monk Jackson, following both students at Arkansas A & M, pressed thanks from the club forth I ....
his completion of basic are spending the holidays in Paho wide cooperation received in
training in Columbus, Georgia. kee with their parents, Mr. and' marking the'shoot a'success.PRINCE .
Word has been received this week Mrs.. Bill Culberson and Mr. and
by Mrs. Evie Keen of Canal Point Mrs. :W<'G. Mole. ---- ,- ----
that her son, Clarence Langford, Students from Florida Southern
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has been'promoted to the rank of College, Lakeland, 'spending the '
Major. Major Langford is stationedIn holidays with their parents are a1 .
North Bay, Canada, and his wifeis Roger Simonson, Ricky Parker, THEATRE
the former Patsy Geiger, daughter Linda Reed and Sharon Johnson.

of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Geiger, ......-- .
also of Canal Point, and they are PAHOKEEFLA... ... .-- ...-.. .\..,,.--
the parents of four children. Major .I -
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Langford had been in the service .
for 14 years on November 2, 1965. SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY After a hard-played 18 holes, it's good'to' I

Miss Brenda Barrett has re I December 19 20 21 'T' settle down on a soft chair in the club ".
turned to her home following re- ,
cent surgery at Everglades Memo- 1 house and add up the score with friends.

rial.Hospital. "LORD JIM" "What better time for the drink that scores with

Mrs. Frank Tillis spent this past almost every golfer-cool, thirst-quenching beer?' -
week in Wauchula as the guest of I Starring-
T. Sgt. and Mrs. John F.Kieslichof .
Mr. and ,Mrs. Roger Jaudon.Mr. Pemberton, New Jersey, announce 1 Yes, beer's great to relax with, great for refresh. '

and Mrs. Rupert Mock returned ,the birth of a' daughter, .. Peter O'Toole ment, great for taste So whatever your sport-
this weekend from St. Augustine -. Sunday, December 5. Maternal '
a. James Mason boating or baseball-swimming or tennis-relax
where they attended
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Os-
bankers' convention. Enroute home, ceola Upthegrove of Canal Point. a forwards: with the zestful tastF of beer.

they visited their son-in-law and Paternal grandparents are,Mr. and (IX: .COLOR) !'f .
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David Barney -! Mrs. Frank Delaurier of St. Al UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCI.TION, ItC.r,7! .
and daughter, in Cocoa. bans, Vermont: : ,l; O' I..0, BC* 27J.WI .T(5t pARK. F MRICkr'Y \ ,
Mrs. Nellie Reuter of West Palm r I ,', .f
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Miss Teryl Echols, plans to ," .'" -IJI'J. ; \, .
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Lt. Cmdr. and Mrs. Eddie Stanleyand t J tot.... 0 41: '... ...... .,
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family in'Norfolk, Virginia.Mr. .
and Mrs. R. J. Maxson planto '
leave Friday for a visit with -
their son and family Mr. and Mrs. YOUNG HO -
Edwin Maxson, in Texas., i.

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Plumer, Jr., of ,
Durham, North Carolina, and Miss ,
Jann Plumer of Stetson University,
DeLand, will arrive this week to
spend the holidays with their parents : : '

in Pahokee., Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Plumer', : GO CHEVRON ..\\1' .

Mrs. James I. Moore is a patientthis .. ,
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week at Everglades Memorial. 1..",' :' i .
Hospital in Pahokee. >. :
Bob Kennedy of Arkansas A & M .... !'
plans to spend the Christmas holi-

,days with his brother and sister- Three great new gasolines by 1
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ken-
nedy, in Dansville, New York. < Standard.Three reasons to cheer J'.
Mrs. Allie Okie and Miss Ellen the fun-team of the year. Your

Morgan entertained with a,rehearsal 4 ?r p'e: '>. modern car and the go-go fuels
dinner Friday night at Mrs. p .at created for it. The new champ, Chevronthe /
Okie's home following the rehear
sal of the wedding for Miss Sandra livelier gasolines.Packed with sparkling ,

Lamp! and Donell Jarriel. Guests, new power;new fun. New whisper-quiet,too.
other than the wedding party, at- : The action'starts now at your Standard sta
tending were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd : ;, tion..where take
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Hundley, Mrs. Robert Shelley and
Donald Thompson.. ".
Mr. and Mr Boyd Vorhees ex- '

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V Lawrence Stewart., Pastor $...'3uttorU W. Colvard PastorSUNDAY

SUNDAY* ; ,%r. May Be. Whether You Are.,
> 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School '9:46 a. m.-Sunday Schopll/. Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Colvarc I
"'.11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00,a. m.-Morning Worship entertained her music pupils'with Buying Building Selling or Refinancing .
6:30: p. m.-Training Union 6:00: p. m.-Evening Worship a'' Christmas party at their home ,

.w 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship t, 6:4f..p. m.-Training Union Thursday1' evening, December 9. Re.freshments" I' At Everglades Federal Savings And ;
WEDNESDAY: WEDNESDAY: of punch and Christmas '
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service cookies and candies were served. I '
. Each,pupil presented a piano 01 Loan Association You Are Assured Of ,

First MethodistChurch The Methodist ChurchCanal' 1 solo selection of Christmas musicin .

Pahokee Point, Florida games.the place of the usual party ;; Fast, Fair Commitments .. .. Prompt *"

Attending were Jana and Kathy j Service And Low Cost. .
% John A. Briley' Pastor 'I", Edward F. Norton, Pastor Maxsoiy Lisa and Sherry Wolfe, : .
SUNDAY: ", SUNDAY: Mark and Kent Wetherington,'Rod S
9:45: a. m.--Church School...sy 9:45' a.: no.-Sunday School and Mark'Parker, Jackie and Wanda I, ,
:'11:00 a. m. Morning Worship 11:00.. m Morning1 Worship' I I **Stapleton, Teryl Echols, Janice z.Your Savings I
} 7:45 p. .-Evening Worship 6:45 p. m.-Evening Woxshlp Kem ,,Jamle,Gibson, Isabelle> Pal i ;
TUESDAY J I Ulie Unwin, Beth .
M'MW sico,Mac Wright," i
;. 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society Bush, Shari Jackson, Beverly Wilkinson 'I.a.aH
Holy Nativity 1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY Nancy Henley, Lila Gore, : Earn More
'ChurchPahokee : Debbie Gross Karen Aldridge, Hal
Episcopal 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting Unwin and. Pam Hunter. :
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..),8:00 A. M.-. ..Holy. Communion ,- Party SundayThe
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Taylor Circle InRegular'Meeting Bowling Alley on'net 80' Canal Point WSCS met at j Payable Semi-Annually ..
10.00 a. m.-Bible' Study the home of Mrs.'W.,K; Buchananwith I
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Mrs. Elmer Maxson presiding.
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6:80 p. m.;Evening Service Mrs.J. H. Miller was co-hostess. .
Mrs. Raymond Martin was hostess 7:30 p. m.-Wed. Bible Study 'Mrs.Buchanan presented the.program Everglades federal
to the Alberta Taylor Circle "Christmas Symbols Around
with Mrs. Charles Brown, president the World." Devotions were giveny I
,presiding. Pahokee Baptist > Mrs. Boyd Vorhees. Savings And Loan Association

The program, "My Church, Telling Mission, Mrs. Donald Kepp reported: that
and, Sending" was presented by he; preparation of Sunshine bastets '
Mrs. Lawrence Stewart, assisted by Rev. Horace Burgner : has been completed. It was an- \ ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND

Mrs. Milton Compton'and Mrs. Guy (Meet at' the Pahokee Woman'i, lounced) ,that the annual Christmas LOAN INSURANCE CORP.
Thompson. Club) arty will be held,at the cburchon
Following the meeting, the group Sunday, December 19, at 6:45 p.m.
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entertained their former president, School and the Sunshine baskets will be PAHOKEE BELLE
Mrs. Roberto Arrieta, with a baby 9:45 a. m.-Sunday riven out on Tuesday, December 21.
11:00: a. m.Morning Worship .
shower. 6:30 m.B.T.C.1.:30 .
The January meeting will beheld : p. Circle
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Thompson. .N 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer The 'Faye Taylor Circle met at church Of Christ St.l\lary's'CathoJic
..A Service the home of Mrs. Milton Douglas ChurchFather

Shirley Circle Tuesday night with Mrs. Douglas 129 N. W. Avenue D
presiding. Mrs. J. D. Douglas was Phone WY 6-3887 Francis' Fennech, .Pastor
Met On Monday IThe'Pahokee Church co-hostess. Members voted to send Belle.Glade, Fla Sunday Mass,-- 11:30 a. m. *
money for a Christmas gift to the SUNDAY SERVICES Confessions before Mass -*+
The Shirley Circle net I child they sponsor at Baptist Chil 10:00: a:: mi:-Bible Study .

with Mrs. James W. Vann, December dren' Home In,Lakeland. 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
13, with Mrs. Ernest Maxwell Rev. Willard Kllpatrick Mrs. Annette McCurdy, prayer 7:30 pm.; .-Evening Worship The Church Of'God
433 Bacom Point Rd.
*. John Briley chairman, gave the call to prayer WEDNESDAY PahokeeRev.
I presiding. Mrs presented Phone 924.7528 P. O. Box 882 Of Prophecy,
and read Bible
the program entitled "The scriptures. 7:3O'p. m.-Bible Study S. N. Allen
SUNDAY SERVICES:
Little Angel Who Refused to Sing." 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School Following enjoyed the business Christmas meetingthe carols .. 2500()( E. Main'St.
remember shut-ins were group
Plans to Pahokee
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship
I made by the group. Following the) 6:30 p. rn.--J'unJora and exchanged.gifts.. .... St. Peter's Lutheran -

; program, members enjoyed a carol. 7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening Mrs. J. M. Conner of Lake Butler 10: a. m.-8unda School
refreshments.Mrs. '
i sing and Christmas Evangelistic Service is spending' the winter months Church, Belle Glade ll:00a._ m.-Preach1n& Service
will be host
Hundley
Lloyd WEDNESDAY: .. son-in-law"'and daughter, 7:30. p.Vii: -Evangelfatloh
ess to the group, for the January' 7:30" ppirtV Mldweek Prayer Mr.withvher and Mrs. Graham Mole, in' Pa. !,'Xugui rtr, PstoV601 > II Service
j, 17 meeting. sy .' ft meeting? ,. .' *.... '' hokee. W. Lake Rd,'Bell Glade d:0tf': p* m., 'Tuesday-W JIB.
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: Methodists Plan once" 'CLASSIFIED ADS IN THESE Divine Services 11 A. M. Everyone welcome. Specialmusic
\ ; ,. COLUMNS PAY BIG DIVIDENDS School 9:45 A:: It and singing.V .

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December 19, at 66:45 a'repfeJsentative : iu; m7 shad ;
f : :; from each Sunday School Mar- t Wt'1:3J3 .#LF t ,.:JY 1a: SI taklng'part. Mrs. Elmer B*Y. F-&: 0 p. 11t.a' :: .
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Miss Verlon Jones organist, and p.Service 1 .' {, .
Miss Ginger, Willis,' pianist, witha .. ..
recording of Christmas music ,'A FIrst 1i i HstChurch 'S 1
,Mrs. Shirley was assisted with 1
arrangements by Mrs. James Canal Point
.. BatchelorMrs. Lee Shirley, Mrs. }I.
and Miss Lodus Gray. '
Wiley Tillis Rev. James Harrison M ;
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LUNCHEON'TUESDAY*:t 9:45 a. ra.-Sunday School '.\?'t.NATIONAL RESTAURANT MONTH v. J # ;
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.Mn. Robert C. Hatton entertained -
Tuesday, December 14, with 6:30 p. mv B. T. C -11. Gn.test cJ.. 764 Wtuld Jabs Ha Fumf OM 1.1.'I; ':'1

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Page atpt. The Everglades os; Canal Florida ,
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played traditional nuptial selec will live in the hearts of the Craft
'; Miss Sandra
Lampi tions.. Special Course Social Security and we shall think of him as living

Weds D. Jarriel Mr. Lampi gave his daughter in a beautiful, ascending and expand. '
marriage. She was lovely in an' ex- For Parents Takes A Bigger ing life, made radiant by the lightsof
Church Ceremony quisitely beautiful gown of white true Fraternal love.
bridal satin fashioned with fitted ''I Resolved, that Everglades, LodgeNo.
Miss Sandra Rebecca .. ,.anpi ,of Bateau bodice and A-line, floor- And Teachers Bite Next Year': '' ;211, F.&A.M of Pahokee, Florida
Pahokee became the bride of Donell length skirt appliqued with Alen- in testimony of our loss, be
Jarriel of Canal Point in an im- con lace. The long sleeves were draped in mourning for the proper
pressive candlelight ceremony held I pointed over the wrists, and the There will]] be'a course started Social Security will le taking a period and that we!tender the fam
1._. at the First Methodist Church in chapel-length train with tailored January 11 for librarians, teachersand bigger bite from the nation's pay ily our deepest sympathy in their
Pahokee Saturday evening, December bow was attached to top of square chil- checks next year. affliction, and that a copy of these
,', parents on how to help is 3.625 resolutions be sent*.to the
11, at o'clock.. back. The current payment per family.
The couple repeated their, marriage Her elbow-length veil of French dren to read, and also what is best cent of the first $4,800 in pay. The Arnold V. Hughes,

0,, vows after,Bev. Robert Shelley illusion fell from a crown of.pearls for them to read, it is announcedby new rate will be 3.85 per cent for Worshipful Master
0'"':' of Alachua, former pastor of and cut crystals. She carried 'a cas- Palm Beach County School Superintendent old-age, survivors and disability Samuel J. Baggett,
,t' the Canal Point Methodist Church, cade of white .sweetheart 'roses, Robert W. Fulton., sura pee plus .35 percent for thq I Secretary
:'of as they stood before an altar deco- varigated holly and stephanotis new health benefit plan. And it Committee
,',.. 'I' rated with holly, mums, gladioli mounted on a white bride's Bible. "We must cee, that children not will cover the first $6,600 of pay. .. ..."
and sweetheart roses in sprays, I Miss Mary -Bella Penna of only learn how to read, but learn So everybody will pay more to
against a background of potted I I Wayne, New Jersey, was maid of how to enjoy books in this tele Social Security and those who earn Council Of 100
palms. The scene was lighted with honor. Her floor-length gown of I vision age," the Superintendent more than $4,800 will pay longer.
cathedral tapers in seven-branched I I fed crepe was styled with empire I said. "The course is an introduction Maximum increase, for those who '
!; candelabra and there was a candleat I waistline and elbow-length sleeves. I to the wonderful world of children's earn $6,600 or more a year will be Start Drive To
each window. I She wore white wrist gloves and a ,books," Mr. Fulton said. $103 a :year.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.! short circular veil was attached to The ,course, entitled An Intro- This isn't the end of the story. Get More Cash '
and Mrs. Robert O. Lamp), Paho- a red crepe bow and rose headpiece. duction to Materials for Children, The rate goes up again in 1967. !
kee. She was graduated with honors j -She carried a cascade of white baby I is being offered by the Florida From a total ,of 4.20 per cent in
from Pahokee High School inj I{ spider mums and varigated 'holly State University School as an extension .11966 to 4.40 per cent in 1967 and I
1961, at which time she was awarded -i with red feather carnations_ in rib- course in Palm Beach Coun- '68. And then to 4.90 per cent for The Florida Council of, 100 is
a music scholarship at the Uni-,I bon knots. ty. Starting ,January 11, it will beheld I 1969-72. spearheading two-pronged driveto
versity of Miami. She received a I Bridesmaids were Mrs. Joan each Tuesday from 4:30 p.m. Under present laws the maxi- increase donations from corpor-
Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music! Ramsey, sister of the bridegroom, to 7:30 pm. and those librarians mum tax will be 5.65 per cent in ations and individuals for the sup ,
and Art in the spring of 1965 from Mrs. Dena Peel and Miss Janice teachers and parents interested 1987. Increases are programmed in port of higher education in the

.lC the University, of :Miami, where she II Wilhour of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. should contact Dr. Edna E. Parker, 1973, 1976 and 1980 as well as state.The Council's Education Committee
14 r:" was a member of Tau Beta Sigma Their gowns and :flowers were director of Elementary Education I those listed.RESOLUTION.
": 9: '''', and ,Sigma Alpha Iota Sororities. :,identical, to those of the maid of for Palm Beach County's public i f .A' under Chairman Frank Hub-

r,,:, .:.;. During her senior year she]I honor.W. school system. The course offers : OF RESPECTIn business bard of Orlando and is urging Florida
contribute
industry
served as president of Tau Beta W. Smith of Canal Point, three semester hours of credit. of Brother Claude T.
I memory a percentage of their profits to the
j''I Jr, I .sigma, and was sweetheart of Phi I stepfather of the bridegroom, ,was Mr. Fulton said this course will Santee, a charter member of this support of Florida,education. They
:' Mu Alpha Fraternity during both best man. Robert 0. (Buddy) Lam- be especially useful for librarians, Lodge, who passed away October are also urging out-of-state business
,, ., "'.': \ her junior and senior years. Dnr-'pi, II, brother of the bride, W. C. teachers and parents "who feel the 19, A. D. 1965, A. L. 5965. and industry to contribute a-
; brother-in-law of the need to keep'abreast of the mater-
University I Ramsey, The angel of death has invadedthe percentage of the profits they earn
I bridegroom, and Wayne S. Jerriel, ials being produced for children, ranks of the Craft and 'summoned in Florida to a similar fund.
" ".i' : University's concert and marching I brother of the bridegroom, were i one of the true and faithful, "There is nothing unusual about
I i bands with such distinction that ushers. Ron Ter Haar, Mrs. Joe McIlwain, his passing leaves a pang of sorrow such a request," Hubbard explained."U. .
her band jacket No. 93 was'retired Mrs. Lampi,chose for her daugh- Mrs. Ray Hawk, Jr., and the Misses and a feeling of sadness. His S. corporations contribute over
;. to' the Universit y', Hall ofxFame.I I ter's wedding a turquoise nylon Vera Johnson, Geni Barwick, voice will be heard no more, $250 million each ;year to higher
She is presently employed as music -[I lace and 'crepe dress with headpiece Marilyn Mock and Ann Caton. around the altar of Masonry, but education and all we are asking'is
and art teacher at the Pahokee !(i and shoes to match. Mrs. :After the reception, Mr. and Mrs. the noble examples of his unselfishand that Florida receive her fair ahare."
Elementary School. I I I f'I Smith, mother of the bridegroom, Jarriel left on a wedding trip to devoted life will continue to Florida colleges and universities,
The bridegroom,' son of ;Mr. and I wore a champagne silk brocade the Florida east coast. They are live, to guide the footsteps and direct both public and private, according,
,Mrs. W. W. Smith, Canal Point also dress with matching headpiece and now at their home in, the Connell the conduct of many men. to Hubbard, lag far behind the rest
attended Pahokee High SChoOl'j shoes. The corsages of both mothers Trailer Park, Canal Point. I His achievements and sacrifices of the nation in donations received
following which he served featured off-white sweetheartroses.
,years in the U. S. Army, He is now" .'
'employed as timekeeper for the I The reception following the ceremony -
U. S. Sugar Corporation at Bryant. I was held in the social hall of
Vocalist in the program '()f nup- I,the church. Mrs. Lloyd Hundley was
tial music was the' bride's father, I II at the head of the receiving line,
who sang ""01! Promise Me" and I welcoming and introducing guests

."Because". During the ceremonyhe as they arrived. Mrs. Omar''Harrison -
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Be was accompanied' by Mrs. Don- Others assisting were Mrs. Richard

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