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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: February 21, 1964
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).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Another Sugar Mill--This I Glades" Roads Bids Pahokee Lions Club Will .



I One On The Miami Canal Be Received Mar. 3 Reach Quarter CenturyAll I


Bids will be received in Tallahassee -
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on Tuesday; March 3, for con-
Another sugar mill-not of the Nancy HarringtonIn struction of two roads in the Bids RejectedBy Sunday marks the 25th anniver-

mammoth variety that this area Poultry JudgingMiss Glades that will in all probability, A&P Tea CompanyRecently sary ,of the organization of the .
has seen constructed latelybutbig carry more farm products to Pahokee Lions Club. Sponsored by
enough to take care of five the (Downtown) West Palm Beach
: Nancy Harrington recently market than any other two roadsin the Atlantic and Pa-
to six thousand acres of sugar attended the Florida State FairIn the Glades, according to County cific tea Company received bids on Lions Club, it was chartered on
cane, will be erected south of Lake
14 1939. The Charter
February ,
Tampa with a 4-H group from Commissioner Paul Rardin of the erection of a new grocery store in
Harbor and operated by the'Glades Palm Beach County for the pur- Glades, under whose direction the Pahokee. Reports are that all bids Night,was.held in the High .School .i
County Sugar Growers Cooperative Cafeteria at 8 o'clock Thurs-
pose of practice Judging,of poultryin roads are being constructed.One were rejected as being too high. I on
with a mill at Moore preparation for the state contestto of the roads is Duda Road Blanton and Unwin, Pahokee con- day, February: 23, 1939.
Haven. Present plans call for ,
a be held at the University of and the other is Curlee Road-anew tractors, were low bidders with a Charter officers were:
continuation of cane planting in Florida in Gainesville this coming road name* to folks in the bid of $134,000.00.Vhen the Tea President: P. E. Walker.

that area and erection of the mil May. Other judges with Miss Har- Glades. Duda Road will be rebuiltto Company will call for new bids is First Vice-President' : H. M. Mc-.
broker, said yesterday that plans 'Intosh.
rington were Jerry Nehls,. Bella state road department stand- not known at this time.
soon.. Glade; Ara Hendry, and Joey Hoffman ards for secondary roads from m Second Vice-President: Frank
Joe Brown, Glades vegetableare .
of West Palm Beach. They State Highway 80 south for 1% Rozelle.
in the work for the new mill Price Third Louis.
Celery High Vice-President:
were accompanied by assistant miles, Rardin said. He pointed out .
which will be operated by the same ,
County Agent Riley,Griff( is who is that Curlee Road which will inn Gold.
group that operates the Moore Secretary Treasurer.,: D. .V:
their instructor. on a new right-of-way from the
No Beans Here And
Haven mill. Mr. Brown said that ... hump backed culvert in front of Cunningham. k: '
commitments are now in hands of '
Lion Tamer: Earl Lindrose. \
officials for something in the Leap Year Heart t the prison farm on SR 15 across Tall 'Twister: Mack Parker. 1
the muck east for a distance of I1'"* Corn Sells At $4
neighborhood of 5-6,000 acres.
miles to the new 15 million dollar Director (Two-year-Term) :
Mr. Brown this week completed Glades House, will be Frank Hobson. '
Sugar a
Ball Set Feb. 29th.Mrs.
planting 875 acres in the area standard state highway, built with Sugar mills are booming! Grind- Director, (One-Year Term)): L:
about five miles south of Lake '
the thought in mind that it will be ing day and night! Vegetables are L. Shirley I
Harbor along the Miami Canal. I Charter 'in addition to
members,
of of service for to como rolling to, northern markets In
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E. F. Mixson, Chairman many years
Mr. Brown said further that '
plans the officers were: L. G.. Alderman,
the Glades Heart Ball, announces to the sugar industry in the Belle large volume. Money is rolling into '
call the
for manufacturing raw Haywood Baxter, Jerry Berry.
Glade area. the Glades in quantities never
February 29th is the date for the
sugar at the Miami canal mill and Gene Butler 'c. T. Francis
it Cone,
Name for Curlee road came known before. How long can
Leap Year Heart Ball at the Elks
it to Moore Haven to be
hauling Cross, Dan W. Dechman J. A.
about several months when last? That is the'question being
Lodge in Pahokee. ,Mr. Jimmy ago
refined in the erected '
refinery Thomas' Orchestra will provide the Commissioner Rar:+in suggested to asked on every hand by wiseacresand Dunscombe, 'n.14. Ellarbee, Thomas -
with the mill there two
along Isn'treadilywavailable. L. Elliott, Jerry Gold, Archiea.'HarriMcLure.Browning
music. the county commission that tho oldtimers. The answer I
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Y years ago.Aviation . The emblem of-the heart ,and road be naniew ftt$>r /the'. prison ... ,
torch of the Heart Association will farm superintendent! Garrce Cur- Celery is being harvested in Roach, Carmen' Salvatore, 'Sr.,'
Seminar road huge quantities and the price is I Gordon H. Vann, W. R. Walkerand
.:be carried out in the decoration, lee. Right-of-way for the was
Scheduled Mar. 1415Local according to Mrs. 'Ralph 'B. Mur- donated by the state prison farm $4.50 per crate here which is about Myrl Williams. _
ray, chairman ,of the decoration and Commissioner Rardin thoughtit as' high as it's been in many a Thiee Charter Members, D. W.
moon. 'Many fellows !in the celery Cunningham, Frank Rozelle and
committee. Others on this committee fitting and proper that theroad I
organizations, are being are: Mrs. George Wedgworth be named after Mr. Curlee. The producing business stand to get Carmen Salvatore, Sr., are pres-
offered to take
an opportunity Mrs. Bill Bailey, Mrs. John Grady, idea was put in the form of a rich again this year. ently members of the Club.
two concessions at the
or more and Mrs. George Tucker. resolution and forwarded to the ,Beans in any quantity have to Meetings were first held in the.
Aviation Seminar March 14-15
on Ticket chairmen are: Mrs. Mar- State Road Department where the be bought on the east coast in the (continued on page 8))
the Pahokee All '
by Jaycees. sup- .
Ian Chapman, Belle Glade; Mrs. suggestion was accepted and now Pompano section. They are hara -
plies will be furnished for the booth
Jess Elliott, Pahokee. Others are plans for the new road carry the to find in the Lake Region right
and those
organizations taking
Local Women Will
part will receive a 50-5O split in Mrs. Murray'Weeks, Mrs. RoyBrown new name. Mr. Rardin pointed out now. The price is good.
,. Lee Berryhill, Jerry Gold, to his board that Mr. Curlee had Corn IB' selling around $4.00 per II
the net
All interested profit. persons should Earl Lindrose, Hector OueJlette, been quite cooperative in helping: crate and the demand is good. The Work Heart FundMrs.
Bob Frank O'Connell, and Al Kahn. to develop the county park on SR quality is good and the quantity is
get in touch with Meyer,
Chairman of the Seminar. Accom- Tickets are on sale at he Red 715 and that state prison farm I enough. to take care of the major I

modations are still needed for Shutter in Belle Glade and the labor had been used on state land markets.- :.. I D. L. Hooks la Heart Sun-

about thirty Navy men. Those offering Prince Theatre in Pahokee, or (which joins the park) to clean It day Chairman for Canal Point,

rooms to these men so far call 9965247.Mrs. up and make it more attractive.The Weeks Is HaulingTo and the door-to-door drive will get.

are Mr. and Mrs. Hank Aldridge, Benny Richmond of Belle road department has awarded started today.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hilller, Mr. Glade will be chairman of a Heart a bid to Capeletti Bros., Inc., cf "Last year:almost a million peo-

..and Mrs Roy Vandegrift,. Mr. Bowling Tournament Feb. 24-28 Hialeah to build the new bridge at Fill Gap In Dike ple died of heart and circulatory

and Mrs.,Al Beverly, Mr. and"Mrs.L at the Glades Bowling, Lanes, Fifth Street 'in Belle,Glade across diseases; ,"'1 said Mrs. Hooks. "These
Belle Glade.A the Hillsborough. "e nat. 'Cost of
Leonard Dobrow and Mr. and Mrs. diseases cause 50 percent of all
George Wedgworth. trophy will be presented to the construction will be.."fll7.OOO.00.' J. G. Weeks and Son, contract deaths among Americans in their'

.. .. winner and prizes will be given in i .': haulers, are busy this week hauling most productive years--from 45,to .-,
each bowling league. All proceeds lOO.OOO yards;Hrf;material"onthe ;- ?",
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/':' :.;., .s., Jack:; -SpencersWon'tiKSr : '" of.::the;bowling tourtiament got :Atlantic_ Sugar 'dike::at: >>ahoke to; filTln; ;ttib. :- '"What's: ;'the: Heart'-'Association- "
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= the 'Heart" Association'df Palm where the passes"the'city
Close When He MovesJack gap doing about it?

Beach. and Martin. .Counties. Mill Drives PilingAtlantic water plant installation and the "Since 1948, The Heart Asso-

Spencer, who plans to con- Pahokee Dock.Material ciation ,has invested $$65,000.000,,
solidate two stores next week to fill in the gap has research' *,
Ritual For
when he moves his present store Badge Sugar Cooperative is been stockpiled immediately southof "Today our doctors know: how

from the Chastain building in Pa- busy this'' week making a sincere the affected area and it is from to, stop rheumatic fever and

hokee to the building now occu- Sorority ChapterThe effort to get a sugar mill built in there that the Weeks trucks are rheum lc heart disease, 'they can

pied by the Glades Market, had time to grind cane this fall. Con- hauling the material.. . control high blood pressure in
planned to close the old store next tractors are busy driving piling many cases. They can operate in-

Monday during the move. Mr. Ritual of Badges for mem- and getting ready to pour the S. L. Lindsey To Spend side the heart and do miracles in

Spencer has had a change of mind bers of the newly organized Phi floor.A correcting inborn heart defects.

and will make an effort to keep Gamma Nu Chapter, Beta Sigma I steam! pile driver being. used 2 Hours Daily In StoreS. Most heart attack victims recover

both stores open during the move Phi Sorority, will be conducted by : for the first part of the construction I and go back to work."

and consolidation. It's a good the sponsoring chapter. Beta Omi- ; work. Plumbers are on the L. LIndsey Pahokee jeweler, : Other Heart Sunday voluntrera

trick, if he can do it. cron, at a meeting in the Pahokee job as the piling and floor founda- is able to be back in his store this I I assisting Mrs. Hooks are: Mrr. Elmer -

S Community Room of the Everglades tion are being put into place, mak week for two hours a day, following Maxson, Mrs. Ralph Duran.

Mr. and Mr R. S. Singletaryafter Federal, Thursday accord ing sure that every piece of drain a heart attack several weeks Mrs. W. E. Blackwell, Mm. W. C.

recent surgey at St. Marys ing to announcement made by Mrs. age pipe is in proper location. Progress -] ago.. Mr. Lindsey was rather ser- Young.

Hospital in West, Palm Beach. Mary Thomas, Chapter advisor, at on the mill is reported as iously ill and his doctor has set a .

a 'meeting of Phi Gamma Nu at good. time limit of two hours a day In SPOONERS SAY THANKS
FILLING STATION Site for the home of Miss Willadene Todd. . his store for several weeks. The Mr. and Mrs. Kelvin Spoonerwish

lease' on Muck City Road be- The group made plans to assist AT S. S. MEETINGThe Lindseys have been residents of to thank thel many frienJ-

tween Streamline Quarters and with the ballroom decorations for monthly Palm Lake Associational the Pahokee and Glades area for I for their I splendid patronagtf

Conners Highway. 'Ideal locationfor the annual Beta Sigma Phi bene- Sunday School meeting nearly 19 years. through the'years they have ownetf

service station and small rest- fit Valentine Dance. Mrs. Glenda was held Monday Night February . the Glades Market. which they a reselling

aurant. For: full particulars get in Padgett served' as moderator in a 1'1' in Lake Worth. Those attending ,Mr. and Mrs. Paul Younger haveas this ,week to Jack Spencer.

touch with .Paul Rardin, Canal roundtable, discussion. 'of'the pro- from .Canal Point were Rev. their guests his prents. Mr. and I I Mr.: 'Spencer will move into the

Point. Fla., or phone 924-2661 be- gram topic. "The Dual Role of and Mr. Lawrence Stewart and Mrs. Jack Younger of Columbus, building ,occupied :by the' SpooneYs;
tween 8 a. m. and 5 p. m. Women." Mr*. Arnold J. Scruggs. %Dc!. next week.Pl .







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S Cir !le Will Study 1 N oi':+ .Qut'rTh.a..n, In Sorority: Doti' teas:


,..,rt., I: New: Mission BookThe. State Penitentiary:, .$50,. Cash-To.JHpspltalThe ; '

CHA'ITAHOOCHEE-Secretarx Beta Omicron Chapter, Beta
.,WSCS c4rcle; .okee. !,.the,I..P aho-: '
of .State Tom Adams has; .called Sigma Phi l Sorority at the meet-
.kh'i 1r'P.t1 Mct1odCh\ rch mot v
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; } 1963 a milestone in Florida's penal at the home of Mrs. Mary
) month.lyy Ing ,
this.w eK: logJqelrt l gular f "'
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I meetings. 'Announcement was history, "for; it was the first Thomas, voted<< to contribute' $5O,
: 'year, that the, courts of this statei 'raised by members through the
made.pfr, ;tle.,.;oming mjbsi9A,.study, '
.i trte' book to, be taught by.Reyl'\ Robert;i placed!' ,niore offenders on, probation making and sale of Christmas
Shelly on March/rlO l2 11'C, al 1LlIa| \' they' ; commlted, to the state wreaths! to the, Everglades Memorial -

Point and Mar. 1i.1.7:19 in.}'ahoke: !.e.t .I j prison//' Hospital Improvement
I Speaking to ,the, Florida Council fund...
'on. CrIme pelirviuency recentlyat .
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Marvin Mounts, Jr., the Apalachee, .Correctional In-

The_ Ila.s.>1 tl'ugBriiigg In! Cal ...a Point, Florida Seeks Solicitor Job I stitution, Adams" pointed out that Bernadette Repper
w w.. ,,2.$&1. persons were sentenced toterms
THE;:. ,LAKE OKE.ECHOBEE] ,REGION, HOMI?. OF, Marvin MQtuvts.? jr.,. Is a,cand\-\ \ of supervised probation Has Birthday fPariyMrs.
date 'for' county solicitor following while 2,817 were commlttedfo
I -' announcement "by Joel Daves prison. J. L. Repper was hostess to
vIj1: t; VJIGL&ftEP! NJY.SServing
.that, he wijl) | run:, for state representative. , "During 1962", he said "8,300( the children In her; neighborhood
the Lako: Okeechobee Farming Region Without oung :Mounts has'been offenders were being supervisedand for a birthday party honoring''her
. Interruption Every WceK"for Nearly,4Q.Years<<:
years. He Is the son of Mr. and I I walls through the facilities of birthday Thursday 'February 13.:
Estatyished! ; March' : 11, 1Q24 Published Every Friday Mrs.; Red Mounts; of West Palm Florida's probation and parole The Children were treated to lunch

Selpscrip io .,Price $.2.QQ,Year= In Advance Beach., I I system.''This 'compares to less!? than I and party' favors= carryingout.. the
- 6,800 who remained inside the pen- Valentine. l *'theme., "'
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office "'
COMMITTEE MEETINGA al and correctional institutions.
In Canal, Point.. Florida, as Second Class Matter committee meeting of the Phi The Secretary of State 'citing .. -..--,

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, PubliHher8ptJ Gamma Nu chapter Beta Sigma the need for''more. effort, toward Mr .and Mrs, R, S. SJ leI ;
Phi Sorority was, held Monday rehabilitation: rather than punish- I have received'word that their
Garden Meet night February 17.. at the )home ment called for improvements in daughter Connie was named to
DiGkiafr'J !fe, Club of. Miss WUJliden Todd at which the probation<
u :At Winder l&me time plans were made for a socialat I and fpr an,,.expanded, program of ,mester..Miss Singletary, is a, freshman .
\ Officially} In The.' -- the home of Mrs. Lewis' Buck- psychological diagnosis within' the at Florida :State, Universiy

The Pahpkee ,Garden Club met ner. March 21. I prison system. in, Tallahassee.

Governor's at.the homeof.Mra Barbara Wild; , _._ . ., ,., ,, .
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[Wilder presented the first half, of ++ > iIH '*C** *<*v*'<0M5H HH
the program on African Violets.
-Senator Fred The second half of the program
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(Bud) Dickinson filed his qualifyIng ,was entitled "Out side plants of: t., ;,' ,
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papers here Tuesday noon, the Aloe Family" and was presented < -e' "I. .: I .. CI'' : 1'
(February' 18th). by Mrs. Helen Jean Boyn-
Dickinson then launched his ton. Mrs. Edna Bennett and Mrs '
active campaign for Governor witha Ruth Ann Zimmerman were i Phone 924-55il Pahokee Phone WY'6-2550 :Belle Glade
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sweeping 21-county. tour thoughthe guests. The March meeting will be ,
North Florida Panhandle area. held at the home of Mrs. Lee Shirley '
: SALES and SERVICE
The West Palm, Beach attorney $
will visit 29 cities from Tuesday - ;
Heating Air Conditioning Appliances *.t..o .
Enthusiastic
through Saturday., .. .
rallies ahd live television program WilJ Hono.Pqi .

highlighted his appearances in +"> .;)-+.>++++++ >'; +, Panama City Tuesday, and Pen-

sacola,, Wednesday. A' rallyis Company, Chairman. ------r.: ._. :.' ... .. ,. ....1; .,....- rr--; ::;_ -.,'--"""-u ..........7'T"17I.7 ."
scheduled for'ThUrBd.a. ; in Marian I

na ana a reception, and live television MIAMI-McGregor Smith, Flor-I I
pogram are .scheduled Friday . ida Power: and Light 'Company : 'to'i ,, '. t
I nIn. Tallahassee. chairman of the board and the ., r
'7 ..announcing-' his plans; Dickinson .utility's: 'chief' executive officer for t

said . While West Palm 25.,years will., be, honored ( by the !
BeAch\, is my hone,, I have: ,a great University of Tennessee'SaturdayFeb. "

1 many. friends! and active' ,. supporters ( 22) as "Engineer. of' tho t d8 :
; throughout the North Florida Year." chores''j ; .

area. This. trip .is designed so thatI The Nathan W. Dougherty .' '. ... .
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.can,meet and greet each of them Award for 1963, given each year; I ** y* '"
personally and tell them face-to- ; .
to an outstanding leader in tha
face: Jab ut my plans for:, Florida's engineering* .field will be presentedto 'zr.' Inminutes. f'"
growth" and its tremendous poten- Smith ,at the Florida Engineering %

.tial. Society's annual banquet, 7 p.
Dickinson, who has probably in .
at the Everglades Hotel.
covered, more territory In Florida Dean Armour T. Granger of theUniversity's \
than any other candidate, is makIng College of Engineering r.- ai

his'swing aboard a specialbus ,who.is coming to Miami especially , 'D . t
"Dickinson Sunshiny
the for the presentation In con- ,
.' State Express". The'"lius will.server junction with National Engineers'Week
r as 'headquarters for the Dickinson. observed Smith ,
: "McGregor
r. "team" and his supporters# has certainly contributed to 'the el.e tficalJy.-!: '

throughout the campaign. prestige of ,our, University! by,, his .
N Regarded by many as the hardest outstanding career." ,
working of the campaigners Smith was nominated for the J ,i '"
for Governor, Dickinson wasted no ot
f award by retired University
t time after filing his qualification Tennessee Professor. R. C. Matthews

papers Tuesday noon. now a Ft. Lauderdale resi[ .. ::...A. ..
1. "
The former Chairman of the dent. Cited, among othernthings.were ..
: Council of 100 held; a meeting the FPIv official's role In directing' " .
f', across the street from .the Capitol I the'company's vast expansion I . .
: at .1201, moving .on to Crawfordvllle program over the years: and
t at 12:30. During the rest' ott the manner which he made w -
t' 'the afternoon, Dickinson stopped friends of former enemies of' his ,
' Carrabelle: Aplacbtcola.r( vPort .
company.
.,' St..Joe Wewahltchka and Panama Both alumni and non-alumni are f.

t, City where: his supporters. .hel rally and where Dickinson made 'Is made by a special committee Profitable farming operations today depend,on wide use of modern
. . ;*, live television appearance thatevening ",
,'l appointed by Dean Grang-. I. work: -savul
', Wednesday, Dickinson made er.The 64-year-old Smith is regarded -
..t." stops at.Destln, Ft. Walton Beach as one of Florida's ,leading'' industrialists Take, ,any{ J9b Pumping: water, sprinkler system. powering machinery
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and leev1l1e, and
c.r Valparaiso and one of the state's
refrigerating
f wound up the day's hectic activity most influential 'men. He gradu- ,, automatic' - augering; ,.. cleaning, and ventilating. _
rallies ated from the University of Tennessee ' Heddy Kilowatt; does it faster, easier and cheaper.; ,

in 1921.. with a Bachelor of"
pearance.. Science. On. the .farm and in the home,. low-cost
On Thursday, the.former ,,Representative =" electric service brings you
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and State Senator Rollins College_ To ,better. _living; in many ways. Let Heddy lighten your '
r: from Palm Beach County travels
, to Milton Crestview, ,,DeFuniak' Have RCA's Sarnof load. improve.production y and increase profits.

'r Springs. .Bonlfay and .Chipley) finishing Call on him "
f; the,day with.a rousing rally WINTER PARK .Brig. Gen. pftenl; !
'.' in Marianna.. David Sarnoff chairman of the
Friday's schedule takes Dickinson board of Radio Corporation off
!.: to Blountstown Bristol Chat- America and director of the National -
', tahoochee, Quincy. and Havana. Broadcasting Co., will be a .
'
i\', returning to Tallahassee In the leading contributor to the 37th an- u rNDD q
evening for a rec eptloz1{ ,and another nual Rollins College Animated -
. live televisionnprogram.J zlne. Sunday Feb. 23. / fNtflt a .
; Dickinson winds up the current The Animated Magazine, so- ago' 1ar41 .lamelessL .
f. tour on Saturday-'after. stopovers called because .the."authors" read ,.........._....,.._.. . C'Rlt" .L.:
Af'y at Monticello, '.MadisonP.erry.. I or present their "articles" in person ... Irs 'CHEAPER, TOO. t;
J:.., a., :kayo Live Oak dt.>afre,City.:: l will .climax the 1961 Rollins '(1'.f \
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.... -' .Founders Week of .F b: 1724. :.I; aWEJKft* LlfiHT COM'PA'M'Y ,
Joe Repper is a patient in Eve!- Theme of this year's edition will .HglflMO BUILD .FLQUIDfi '**C; '*= :,' fi ,:. .
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glades Memorial Hospital after be The System of Free Enterpriseand .. I -", r .
undergoing Saturday The American Tradition. r ......- . . ... .. '
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Mrs. Letha Kepp' has ors. Just as the shipper, the storekeeper
her home in Wauchula after and the homeowner must ing to John Lacock, I
LOCALSClarence being the guest of her son anddaughterIn. be assured of only fair charges for the motel group.
-law, Mr. and Mrs. services, so must those who pro- The Quality Courts
t I Donald B. Kepp in Canal Point. vide these'services be allowed, in composed of 505 franchisee
JfrarL'1a McIntosh has returned the public interest, to earn a fair of which 490 are now in
Y to her home after a visit and reasonable return on their in and 15 under construction
with her daughter and son-in-law vestments..' posed. These motels, whichc

. '.. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stubbs and '. f. Urban of Cleveland, twin daught ts'in Gainesville.: sipppi River and in the
Ohio, Is visiting his nephew and Rupert Mock, Jr., left Sundayfor Quality Courts To ada, have or are resigned to y'J'Y Jr.
(; niece, Mr. and Mrs. Pope Sears i:1 Ft. Jackson, South Carolina, total of 31,000 rooms.CLASSIFIED -
I' : Canal .Point. where he will serve a term of dutyin Build New Motel l . :
!: Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Simonson the reserve National Guard. ,
, have as their guest his mother, Mrs. Sadie Barwick of Miami DAYTONA BEACH Quality ADS I
I r Mrs. Agnes Simonson of Girard, was the recent guest of her sister Courts Motels, Inc. have announced BIG DIVIDENDS she
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... ',.I;': end of the winter season. Rupert Mock in Pahokee. complex consising of Executive
I' ,!..;: Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Groff of offices, a motel, restaurant and
'. ,! have as their guests their cousins, Continental, Ohio, were the recent motel training school in Daytona of
' \ Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Frederick, house guests of his uncle and aunt, Beach.
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:. Mrs. 'B. Elliott, Jr., and children din in Canal Point on Tuesday. Dr.
\ in Tallahasee1. Bain is a brother of Miss Mattle
'; Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Stanley were Bain of Coats, N. C., 'who visits
* business visitors in Jacksonville the Rardins yearly..
Monday and Tuesday. Dewey P. Hughes is a patient :.it Service Station
.: Mrs. Wiley Tillis and grandson Everglades : Memorial Hospital --
Frank'spent' the weekend in Tampa where he IJT undergoing a seriesof
visiting the Florida State Fair. tests. f

. Mrs. Frank Tillis was the guest Mrs. E. H.: Walston of Pahokeeis = AND RESTAURANT
of Mrs; Roger Jaudon in Wauchulaon a patient at St. Marys hospitalin
Saturday.Miss West Palm Beach Mrs. James
Teryl Echols was the guestof Gibson is substituting as a teacher
relatives in Ft. Myers recently in Canal Point school during -
and attended the Edison Pageantof Mrs. Walston's.illness. '" SITE
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them home Sunday evening.Lt. '
Bill Carey will leave Satur- For Reelection To ..: ...
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"Ed" ''Mason year-old' Demo- "
Mrs. Minter Collins. I
v crat, today announced that he is' a \l
Mr. :and Mrs..James Gibson and candidate for re-election to the ease"
daughter, and Mrs. Alma Nail Commission
Florida Public Utilities -
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their daughter, Mrs. Doris wealthiest and' greatest nation in -
Garett and granddaughter: Kim to the'world.". : .
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Charles Singletary. and /
expansion of transportation Muck Road
!' Mr.fand. Mrs. Doyle 'Branyon utility facilities and demands that City
!4'. were the guests of her parents, Mr. emulation of these vital services
and Mrs. W. S. Cross,. Sunday. must be on the highest level. said s --
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; Fish Being 'CaughtTAMPAWinter 'Has Birthday iPafty I II II

(lL The Churches I
: visitors from I Mrs. Blakey's Kindergarten was t

I 11 states and Canada have caugh t the scene of a birthday party hon

.. 30 Schlitz cash awardwinningfish : oring Donna Gall Waddell on her
in the 1964 Schlitz $5OOOOC I fifth birthday Monday February

South Side Church ((al nl, milt.ZFir t., : 4ibly Nativity Florida:' ,.Fug; _Derty, nowvunderWay1 -,, '17.. Mrs._ Donajd Waddell served
to .J..i"1.; JrtL'J .tv.: :in' South Florida.: *Fl6rldaresidents du'pcattes' *ati'd i.i I''it nch to the child..
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OL.Christ. 'scbIli1.Ghurch4r'
.'.Da'p ltt.ul'cn. ) : "have'.landed "29ot the I' ren present! and presented each
I I ,-'- .:: 'I<}; ,: ; Patioleee tagged fish. one with a balloon.
lder .R.-;E.airfield'SUNDAY I , . .
Belle Glade across from J r ... v r The fourth annual Schlitz Derbyis
:; : (Rev. L. Vicar
Bowling Rd. 80 Lossmgr '
Alley on conducted the Jos
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-a. t' SUNDAY Miss Barbara Myatt
945( m.riSundaySchool
.0:00: a. m.-Bible Study : Schlitz Brewing Co. in cooperation
11:00 a. m.-Sermon '11:00: a. Morning"Worship; bIP. '1,0; a.Sunday'. School with 'the Florida Game and- Sorority SpeakerMiss

6:30 6:30p. m'-B. T..C.:, .11:00: a., m.-.Worship 'ServiceChurch' '
: p. m.-Evening Service Fresh Water Fish Commission nd
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6:30: p. m.-Wed.Bible.. . Study J, TUESDAYS: the Florida, Board Conservationas : Barbara Myatt of Delray

7:30: p. 'm.-Choir,practice. :Of 'God, a scientific research programto Beach former member of the'? Pa-

7 St. Peter's Lutheran ,WEDNESDAY: Barfield HighwayPahokee promote fishing research and hokee High School faculty reviewed -.

Church Belle Glade 7:30 p. m.-MIdweek Prayer conservation part of the book "How _oLive

Service Fla.J. 365 days a year," at the meetIng -

i ---- THURSDAY :-Every,other week W.Hughes Minister Canal l Point i MarineIn of the XI Alpha Mu Chapter.

August Koerber Pastor 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary Phone 924.3736. Beta Sigma Phi sorority at the
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade .Meeting. SUNDAY MediterraneanCAMP home of Mrs. Elsie Sims. At the
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Divine Services 11 A. M. Church'Of Christ 11:00: a. ,m.-Morning' Worship LEJEUNE. N. C.-Ma- tion committee was named to recommend -

School 9:45: A.. :M.. 7:30 p."'m.-Evangelistic Ser. rine Private"First Class"Wilbur D. a new slate of officers.
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Williams son of Mr.and Mrs. Rob-
125 N. W. Avenue D viceTUESDAY
First Baptist ert A. Williams of Canal Pointis Mrs. Lester Hand is a patient
PhoneWY'6-3867 w :
serving.with the Second MarineDivision's In Everglades Memorial Hospital
7:30 Service
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Belle Fla.
Glade
;Church, Pahokee THURSDAY: 'Battalion :Landing Team where she recently underwent
SUNDAY SERVICES I
7:30 1.8 based at Camp Lejeune, N. C. surgery.
10:00: a. m.-Bible Study : p. m.-Youth for Christ :
Gutbrle W. Colvard, Pastor Service He is currently in ,the 'Mediterranean -
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11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship
SUNDAY: . area undergoing Intensive ..
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship amphibious training with units of

11OO: a. m.-Morning Worship WEDNESDAY The Methodist Church the Sixth Fleet. The fleet will make Classified Ads
\ 7:30: m.-Bible Study
I 6:00: p. xn.-Evening Worship p. - Canal Point FloridaRobert visits to several Mediterranean
6:45: p. m.-Training Union j, ports. He will return to his home-::
RAVE YOU decided to clear out
WEDNESDAY: Christian Science base in mid-June.
A. Shelley, Pastor the attic and advertise the stuff
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7:30: Service .
p. m.-Prayer Group Of Canal Point: SUNDAY: for sale through these columns?

. 10:00 a. m.-Church School Palm Lake WMU You'll be surprised how much stuff

The Church Of God The Bible Lesson on "Mind" nt I/ 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Meet Held In Delray you can get rid of and how much
Christian Science churches this 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship money you can take in. It only

Of Prophecy, Pahokee Sunday will include Paul's coun-I I 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship costs $1 to try an ad for a week.
The Palm Lake associational
Canal Point Road sel to the Philllppians ((2:5): ), "Let MONDAY:
FOR SALE: New and Used
W. M. U. meeting was held at the Willys
this mind be in you, which was 3:15: p. m.-Youth Choir prac
First Church of Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garagein
tice" Baptist Delray, .
John H. Kinard, pastor also in Christ Jesus.
Belle Glade Phone 6-3058.
Thursday 13. Mrs. Paul
February
10:00: a. m.-Sunday School Related readings from "Scienceand 2nd MONDAY::
Watson, Mrs. David Unwin, :Mrs. Oct. 1754ch.IS .
11:00 Health with to the 7:30 m.-Esther Class meet-
I : a. m.-Preaching Service Key Scrip. p.
E. B. Gamble and Mrs. H. E. Un-
\ 7:45: p. m.-Evangelistic Service tures" by Mary Baker Eddy will 1ngTUESDAY THERE ANYTHING in the attic -
win the First
8:00: p. m. Tuesday V.L.B. include this: "Having no. other ; represented Baptist you'd like to convert into
8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. gods, turning to no other but the 8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society1st Church of Pahokee' Mrs. Lawrence cash A small classified ad in
Stewart, Mrs. J. H. anJ
Everyone welcome. Special music one perfect Mind to guide TuesdayWEDNESDAY Strayer this column will turn the trick. It .
Mrs. J. T. Williams
I and singing. man is the likeness of God, : representedCanal only costs a dollar-cash with or-

I .. and eternal, having that hlm'j 7:30 p. m-Prayer Meeting Point Baptist. .. Church. I IWoman's der.
which was also in Christ" (p. )
Canal Point .. Auxiliary I POSITIVELY all want ads or
First Methodist classifieds, as you wish to call

Baptist Church. Hundley Home SceneOf Church Pahokee Focus Week EndedThe them, are payable in advance from

: Lawrence-Stewart Pastor Marriage PartyMr. ".. ,, ,- this day forward. Don't phone 'em.
SUNDAY: John A. Brlley, Pastor Y. W. A. Focus week ended Write it and drop a dollar bill in
SUNDAY - 15 with the envelope' if you want it run
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School and Mrs. Lloyd Hundley en- : Saturday February a
-Jl:00 a. m.-Morning WorshipS 9:45: a. m.-Church School breakfast at the 441 Steak House. once. $2 if you want it run twice
tertained at their home with a and .
*" 6:30: p. m.-Training Union dinner party honoring, Mr. and 11OO: a. m.-Morning Worship This Young Woman's Auxiliary is so on.BEELJNE )

7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship Mrs. Frank Friend of Pahokee 6:45: p. irt.:-MYF7:45'p.'m.Evening a missionary organization for un- NEEDS RETAIL

WEDNESDAY: who were recently united in mar- : Worship married women 16 through 24 DEALERS: We need you and I if
7:30: p. m.-Prayer Meeting TUESDAY: years of age and is led by Mrs. need '
riage at a ceremony at the Pa you money you need us! !
.. hokee First Baptist Church, and 7:00: p. m..--Vesper Choir prac' Gene Gore and Mrs. Lee Shirley Write P. O. Box 2536, Palm Village -

The Pahokee ChurchOf Mrs. Leah Isenhart of Denver. ticeWEDNESDAY under the sponsorship of the W. Station, Hialeah, Fla. This
M. U. of the Churchof
First
Colo., sister of Mrs. Hundley whois : Baptist does not obligate you in any way.
The Nazarene their house guest. Dinner was 7:45: p. m.-Mid-week devotions -. Pahokee. There were 20 young F28pd
girls attending the breakfast.
served to approximately 25 guests. . ..
I . I 8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir practice -. > : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :
Rev. Max D. Jones, Pastor
'j METHODIST REVIVAL,
433 Bacom Point Rd. Valentine Party By . The Canal Point Methodist Thurmond Knight
Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882
SUNDAY SERVICES: Baptist S. S. Group St. Mary's Catholic Church began their revival Thurs- RealtyIne.
day night. February 20, with Rev.
9:45: a. m.-Sunday: School .- TELEPHONES+ :
ChurchFather Ben Williams, 'pastor' of the Hil- '
11:00: a. m.-Sunday' Worship Adult members of i the Canal crest..Methodist.,Cburch 'In ,'Macon, Office:'844-1355-Res. VI -2882B

6:30: p. m.--Juniors Point Baptist Sunday School enjoyed Francis Fennech, Pastor Ga., in charge 6f the services. The! x 0998, Riviera Beach
7:00: p. m.-Sunday Evening a covered-dish supper and West Palm Beach Florida
Sunday Mass 11:30: a. m. revival will be in progress through
Evangelistic Service Valentine social in the recreation
WEDNESDAY: hall of the church Friday evening, Confessions before Mass Friday Febraury 28. . . . . : II. . 111ff.

7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer, February:! 14Mrs.l W. S.Cross was ......'r.. ----------r.T-- ...' ._---p-. ' meeting. general chairman in charge of ar.

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Friday, February 21, 1964
They" -J8na1.Potnt Florida
Wage Everglades News' ,
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f. ration for city mail delivery. a.f 'Robert[ Run I our school systems and an effort
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Pahokee Lions Assisting annually with the I Day i! to improve them; aid for retirees
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Community Independence .Day i and establishing a closer relation-

(Continued From Page 1) Fireworks. :Major fund raising activities For LegislatureBOCA ship between elected representatives -

old American Legion "Bean Fes during the 25 years, have in the House and the com-

I e tival" Building which was locat- been the sale of scrap metal, house- hey serve, as a few of:
ed qn the now vacant lot east of hold products, personal items, RATON-Robert F. Day.. munitieq)

the ,Elk's. Lodge. Later, the Club light bulbs meals, entertainment local realtor, flew to 'Tallahassee his"' came r.'llY ifgrs..- pltdgestrC'Baptist _ "
met iin the Worn ana' Club Building, cattle and property. .. .
tickets Tuesday morning to qualify asi ".'10('" = '
II before buying the property, next The Pahokee Lions Club ha
Mission
Democratic candidate fdr the State
door to the Bank of Pahokee, sponsored the organization of the
which was known as the.*!Ma Gay" Canal Point, Clewiston, Moore Representatives race, Group Four, Held Meet Tuesday

Restaurant. After this buildingwas Haven and LaBelle Lions Clubs. Palm Beach County and returnedin '--0..'

sold, club meetings again were - -- the afternoon in time to votein The Baptist Mission, sponsoredby

held at the Woman's Club until Virginian Named the local elections. the First Independent Missionary -
.. December 11, 1962, when the Club
I Day, a resident of Boca Raton Baptist Church of Chosen, met
moved into its present Lions Build Lions Int. Director
for the past 18 of his .38 years of at the Woman's Club last Tuesday
ing1. This building was purchasedfrom life, has been actively engaged in night for prayer service conducted -
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the Pahokee Youth Center John A. K. Donovan of Falls: real estate with his rather William by Eld. Horace Burgner, mission '

Incorporated, on October 30, 1962. Church, Virginia, was elected to Day, a former Mayor of Boca I pastor.
j Through the use of savings anal the Lions International Board of Raton."I A cordial invitation is extendedto

the sale of lots on Barfield High- Directors at the annual conventionin look at our state and districtas I all services beginning with,

way, the' mortgage on this 27 property 1963.A -. Miami Beach, Florida, June 22, LT. NEELY JOHNSON a big development that must the evening worship, service Sunday --
was paid on February 1963. 23rd at 7:30 ,
be run with common sense to February p. m.
mortgage burning and dedication Lion Donovan has served his dis- maintain its beauty, we must hold I and prayer services each Thursday ,
ceremony was held on March trict Zone Chairman, Deputy Lt. Neely Johnson except the third
as the line on the tax dollar and at 7:30 p. m.,
17, 1963. Governor, and Governor. He has Flight InstructorMOODY create laws that will guide the Thursday of each month. The time
During the past 25 years ma- been president of his club and has State in its' growth so it can be- for the regular Sunday morning

jor club projects for the improve- served eleven years ,as state par- AFB, Ga.-First Lieutenant come the Utopia of the world," services will be announced next
ment of the community have been: liamentarian. He has received the week.
for William N. Johnson of Pa- Day said.
Furnishing labor and paint and Club Extension Awards. information concerning -
Key dollars For further
listed tax
He
hokee has been selected Outstanding saving
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the painting of the first hospital Born in Edgewood Rhode Island] Flight Instructor of the mont through a leasing of State owned this mission and its beliefs
in Pahokee. Director Donovan was educated at for or if transportation is needed, call
and building the in the 3550th Pilot Training Wing lands; improved highways I
Financing Park. Georgetown University and George here. Palm Beach County; a review of 996-3148. '
Swimming Pool at the City Washington University. He has
Providing eye glasses for the been a practicing attorney since"! Lieutenant Johnson was selected

f under-privileged. 1931. He currently is serving his for the honor in recognition of his
Sponsoring the Bill Young Memorial third four-year term as a state effective teaching techniques and

Football Cup. senator. He is a vice-president of exemplary devotion to duty. CJUCIE-T RANG*'
Sponsoring Boy Scout troops. the Security National Band and a The lieutnant, who receivedB. Ii 17th ANNUAL

Financing trips to Boys' Stateat Jirector of the Union Life Insurance S. degree from Georgia Ins! -

Tallahassee. Co. Lion Donovan has been Lute of Technology, is the son of '

Completely financing one P. T. active in most community activi-! VIr. and Mrs. Alex M. Johnson of /

A A. Halloween Carnival in order to .ies in his area. 1417 Bacom Point Road, Pahoket '
promote it as a more communitywide He was ,commissioned upon completion 'RDEEO

activity.: Glenn Mosser Goes of Officer Training Schoc

+ Providing the first lights on the at Lackland AFB Tex.
Softball field at the City Park. Back To Ohio Home Lieutenant Johnson's wife Marie :

Providing the first scoreboard ; is the daughter of Mr. and -. .'
on Lair Field. Glenn Mosser returned to ha! rtrs. John P. Cowart of 371 Bufon ,.
i in home in Ohio on Tuesday of this Place, Macon, Ga.
Numbering'residences prepa- week after recuperating several ..

f .. - .. -- days in Pahokee at the home of
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I Mr. and Mrs. Gordon. Hillier, following Passion Play Will

a stomach operation in

Look Here First Fort Mr.: Myers Mosser two and weeks a group ago.of men Open Lake Wales i t! j'

were on a return trip from Miami --
Anodized Aluminum when stricken in Fort Myers 'f '
With the opening of the Passior'lay :
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for
WindowsSliding he underwent
where surgery season at Lake Wales that. ..... '
removal of about half of his
Glass' Doors it entral Florida community is once
stomach. While in the hospital
b
note demonstrating what can I
New Screens, ReScreenlng- was necessary that he be given '
lone when a whole town gets be-
14 pints of blood before he beganto DANGEROUS SPORTFEB.22&23 ;
MOST
recuperate. His wife arrived hind a civic, project. SEE AMERICA'S
Call us for Estimates Each winter Lake Wales presents I
him
this week and accompanied I
foremos
one of the country's
home. One hundred and
utdoor dramas. -
The Mossers, are former residents -
i Glades WindowCo. ifty local men, women'and childen -
of Canal Point area, having
contribute their services as
lived north of town in a new home the professionaast ] 2:30 p. m.
ctors to augment
Inc. built near HoleintheWallRoad
they in the two and one-half hour/
., before leaving here about ilay. The youngest in this group FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 597-2101 INDIANTOWN

996-6447 400 S. E. 1st St. five years ago.CLASSIFIED.. Js only 4 and the oldest 80. There NEW RODEO BOWL INDIANTOWN. FLORIDA

Belle Glade, Fla. ADS PAY are lawyers, merchants citrus ....rot Admission 91.SO Children... T ., .1.00.
J Towers housewives winter residents -
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and school children. Some ol

... ---- ------ .- - .. -- the girls] taking part are from
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earby Webber College. There are

i even a few who come from neighboring -
towns to participate in theroduction. urll'f 1l 1lI
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a cent. Ticket takers are volunteers -

as well as the officers and
1 irectors of the local organization
U
lat assumes the responsibility of
perating ''the Passion Play Am- I-, ) v1i
hitheatre'Svhere the Play is pre-

anted.
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Several times during the season
; :i pecial Passion Play trains roll 10
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WI Into the Lake Wales, station. Hun- .
l ..,; j reds of loca\?citizens are; waitingith .
their 'cars to transport the

:>00) to 1000 train passengers from
IT the station to the Amphitheatre
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and back again ''after the Play. .
rr here is no charge for this service -'.
1! -it's another way in which Lake '

I raleans help to support the Pa I', .
slon Play.
, 'Be Ready for Planting Season with COLE'SChain The businessmen of the community ,;
contribute to the annual Florida.
Drive Planting and Fertilizing UnitBuilt Chamber of Commerce Passion . ;' ,"
t Play advertising fund to help proote -

k. 'r r",: I' : .- for, all-,J. rtftgfern-' 1 tractors, COLE'S chain drive planter and. of' teenagers the project.held This a Passion year a group Play after bowling beer is a natural

J. 4": MN.:. fertilizer I r unit features: Tag Day and the Garden Club ,

J, Elevated seed platesto reduce seed bruising Shorter drop. onsored a'. "Dollars for the Passion -
I" orvhcn winding
Interchangeable cotton and Aftcr you've bowled a game or two, you're up
accurate seed placement ofLake
I' The people
11..more drive.
works as a separate unit floated Play" the neighborhood bowling center, it's good to relax:
J :: grain hoppers Each planter the evening at
Passion
their
of -
; t" Hitches for Wales'are proud '
I. .' adjustable add the
.. front and rear Width of rows is easily with friends and compare scores. What better way to to
.,, rear cultivator' frames, tool bars tractor mounted models Play and want the rest of the of beer?
I I and the sociableness than with.a refreshing glass
or alone as side dresser about it. sport'
Fertilizer unit works with planter state to know welcome
,: placing fertilizer accurately in one or two bands. This'year the Lake Wales Passion However you take your fun-beer 'always. makes a

1 I Be ready. Call or see your COLE dealer, or mail this coupon now Play will run for 44 perform- addition to the party.
1 for quick action. Sales, service and warehousing in your areas ances. It ia presented every Tuesday Your familiar glass of beer is also a pleasurable reminder that

y handled by Implement Sales Co.. Decatur, Ga.--- ---- Thursday, Saturday and Sunday we live in a land of personal freedom-and that our right to enjoy

r COLE Manufacturing' Co. through April. 19th. beer and ale, if we so desire! is just one, but,an important one, of
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I Nam. I II Mrs. Lou Lombard and children

; I *. I II Lisa and Linda of Miami returned In Florida..beer goes with fun, with relaxationUNITED

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Town s. STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION.. .
I her parents." ,Mr. and ,Mr*. -
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Point. _
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