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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: June 19, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY

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Funeral Services Dr. Dorothy Tucker

Returns To Canal Pt. Glades Sugar House

For A. Q. Howell
Dr. Dorothy Tucker has resigned -
her position as Professor of

Amedicus Quincy (Med) Howell, Health and Physical Education al
age 69 of Lake Trafford Road Im- Sam Houston S t a t'e College, Will Be The Biggest,
xnokalee Florida expired Tuesday Huntsville, Texas, to become actively -
afternoon at a West Palm Beach engaged as vice presidentof
Hospital. He is a native of Key G. H. Tucker, Inc., at Canal wwwwJww

Largo ,Florida and moved to Canal Point. The largest sugar mill in con-
Point in 1928. Has lived in Im- Dr. Tucker was'recently selectedfor I Glades General Pahokee Boys At tinental United States will be the

mokalee for 5 years. He is a mem- writeups in both "Who's WhoIn Basketball School Glades Sugar House at Belle Glade

ber of the First Baptist Church of Education" and "Who's Who in .. .- when a multi-million dollar expan-
Immokalee. A member of the Ma- American Women." She is makingher Will Open April 1 The following boys attended the sion program is completed and the
sonic Lodge' and Eastern Star and home at present with her par- Basketball School at grinding capacity of the huge mill
Wilkes
Low Twelve Club of Immokalee.He ents, Mr. and Mr. G. H. Tucker Glenn from June 15 Is raised from 6,000 tons dally to
Glades General Hospital at Stetson University
at Canal Point.Dinner
member of the School
24 The
was a 8,000 tons every hours. coop
w- Belle Glade, a new 75 bed facility thru 27. Mike Sanders Danny
Board of Palm Beach County for Butler harvested 22,000 acres of cane last
to be for openingon Gamble Jim Tyson Ted ,
8 He was a Diesel Engineerfor is expected ready I and call for harvest-
years. Honor and season plans
Districtfor To April 1, 1965, hospital officials I John Pell Joe Erby Thompson
Pahokee Drainage
the
I Keith Padgett. Mr. and Mrs. ing between thirty and 35,000 acres
22 years and was with Western I have been Informed. this coming season after the mill
and Southern Insurance Companyfor Heart WorkersAn The new, facility, located on SR Claude Padgett and Miss Yvonne expansion.
80, eventually will combine with Thompson provided, transportationfor
10 Actual mill includesthe'
expansion
years.
He is, survived by his wife, Mrs. I I the present! Belle Glade Memorial the boy addition of a roll to the tandem -.
Ha Howell, Immokalee; Four sons: : awards dinner to honor I I and give community a 105-bed ... - increased clarification and
E. R. Howell, Tahoe Calif., A. Q. Glades Heart Association chair, hospital. The present hospital is to evaporation facilities and an addi-

Howell Jr.: TJ. S. Navy Norfolk. men will be held Wednesday, June renovated. New Refinery Has I tional boiler. The increased acreage -
Va.; Franklin Howell Ft. Lauder- 24 at 7:00 p. m. at the Palms Club. I The Florida Development Com- I and mill capacity has also
dale; Wiley Howell West Holly- The doctors, pharmacists and hospital I mission has inspected the building, made other additions necessary.A .
wood, Fla. Three daughters: Mrs. l auxiliary volunteers at the board members were told. Con- Fawcett ManagerThe fourth labor camp for labor

W. E. Culberson. West Palm Heart Clinic will be presented certifcates. -I struction, is running ahead of I housing will be built east of Belie
Beach; Mrs. Thomas Lynn Immo- The dinner will be Dutch schedule with the structure nearly of George Glade. At present there are housing -

kalee;; Mrs. John Hassen Ohio; Treat. I. 30 percent. complete. The name appointment, resident 'manager of units at South Bay the mill
One Brother; Hugh Howell Bun- -Rep. Jerry: Thomas.Palm Beach of the joint facility will be Glades Fawcett as Sugar Refinery Inc., site and Pahokee. It will be necessary -
nell Fla. Three Sisters: Mrs. Delia County Fund ,Chairman will pre- General Hospital with the change located Everglades Clewiston was an- to expand the cane handlingarea
Altman. Belle Glade; Mrs. Marcia sent the awards. Recognition for coming'Se t.\ 'Jo.Awardf.rW. nounced near today by Lawton M. Cal- around the mill erect a new

Hall LaBelle Fla.; Mrs. Myra outstanding service :will be Mrs. E. President,of.th Corporation?* molasses, storage tank which willbring
J I ):tioun
Hall ,LaBelle,- Fla., .12.grandchildren ) F.,Mbt8 n. chairman-art..the;Gladea C -Mr.: Fawcett has been employed molasses",storage capacity to
I and 2 great grandchildren.*.,' Heart Ball. lor, three years, Mrs.'Arthur' ffdeU' I by Savannah Sugar Refining Corp five million 'gallons.
Services will be Friday at 10:00'a. : Levyand Mrs. James: oration of which Everglades Sugar Plans call for purchase of more

m. at First Baptist Church Im Gray Belle Glade ,Heart Sunday For His Service Refinery Inc., is a wholly own- agricultural equipment such as
mokalee Rev. L. E. Daniel offici- Chairmen, Mrs. Billy Rogers, ed subsidiary, since 1047{primarily trucks and tractors, and expansionof
ating. Burial will be at 11:::30 a. m. South Bay Business Chairman 4 in engineering and production ca- the, agricultural shop building.
at Ft. Denaud Cemetery with the years Rupert Mock, Pahokee more
Under consideration
Commissioner J. F. Waddell of pacities. This tenure was interrupted are
In charge. Pall- Business Chairman 3 years, Mrs.
Masonic Lodge for two years when he was recalled buildings to house administrative
members of the Nathan Bolton Lake Harbor the ,Pahokee Housing Authority,
bearers will be into the' military service as functions and studies that could
Masonic Lodge. Wetherington I Chairman 5 'years. Others to be Inc., was awarded a Certificate of a Lieutenant in the U. S. Navy lead to the' revision of the mill's.
:Funeral Home Pahokee In chargeof honored are: Mrs. Benny Richman, Appreciation I for seventeen ((17)) during the Korean Conflict.A sugar handling facilities.

arrangements. Belle, Glade.. Mrs. Mark Challancin, years of service to the Authority native of Savannah, Georgia, The coop'expect" to run Its mill
South Bay. Joel Bass. Belle Glade, James: W. Vann Executive Director Fawcett attended the public l for alive to six 'month grinding:.
Mrs. Joe: Tom Boynton Pahokee, Presentationof schools in that City, and is a grad- season this year.
Kyle Scott Named Mrs. Sam Knight, Belle Glade and announced today. uate of Georgia Institute of Technology I I . .
Mrs. D.' L. Hooks of Canal Point. the Certificate was made by
from which he received n ;
Deputy Dist Gov.Kyle Dr. 'Donald Warren, West Palm Francis X. Servaltes Deputy Com- Bachelor of Science degree in Me- FAU Open House Is
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Beach chairman of the research missioner of the Federal Public chanical Engineering in June: of

committee; will be the guest speaker. Housing Administration at the Annual 1946. While there he was a mem- Set For
Scott of Pahokee has bee"!* Miss Virginia McVey Execu- Meeting of the Southeastern ber of Pi Tau Sigma Honorary Sunday
named new Lions deputy district tive Director of the Heart Association National Mechanical Engineering Society. I
of the
Five, District of Palm Beach and Martin I Regional Council He is married to the former Miss '
for Region I ia
governor Association of ,Housing and Rede- Florida Atlantic University .
Bartlett
Bob McMlchael of Oak- Counties and Miss Lynn Martha Norman of Savannah,
35-D. by velopment Officials which is being of the role that membersof
cognizant ,
I will be intro
land Park governor-elect of Lions I Program' Director Georgia and has three sons. An
held this week in Jacksonville. At
I the Florida Atlantic University
District 3J5-D. duced. Episcopalian, he has been a mem-
Monday '
;' Scott, assistant principal at i - the Annual Banquet held this meet- :ber and director of the Civitan Endowment' Corporation and the
feature of
evening as a
Pahokee High,School,.Is past president Belle ''Glade ,Host' ing, Mr. Serv 1tes 1preBented Certificates Club of Savannah a member of the Resources Development Board of
''of ,the Pahokee' Lions' Club of Appreciation to those St. Andrews Society and a member Palm Beach.County have played In
and immediate past chairman of of Sugar Industry Technicians our establishment. We feel confi-
commissioners of local housing -
1 5. ClubsThe Inc. dent that as we begin operationsthis
Lion Zone 1, Region To Rotary authorities in the Southeastern Re- :
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i. The Lions Clubs included in' gional Council who had served for - September, our contributions !
to community and the State of
Region 5 are those of Okeechobe the \
fifteen years or more.
Canal Point, Pahokee: Belle Glade, Belle Glade Country Club Mrs. Marie C. McGuire Commissioner Summer Program Florida will measure up to the ,i
South Bay, Clewiston and MooreHaven. was the scene of the dinner meet- of the Federal Public faith you have placed In us. v)
ing of the Pahokee Belle Glade and Because of your interest in r
Housing Administration who sign-
has Clubs Canal Pt. SchoolThe Florida Atlantic University we i
Governor-elect McMichael Clewiston Rotary, Saturday ed the Certificate was to have
appointed D. N. Francis outgoing night. The Belle Glade Club was! made the presentation but was are especially happy to extend a ."
president of the Okeechobee Lions host to the other two clubs after prevented from attending the ,An- cordial invitation to you to attend ?
Club, to succeed Scott as new }(of ing'the three month attendance nual :Meeting by the press of officIal Canal Point School Sum- our Open House on June 21, 1964 1
chairman of Zone 1, Region 5>>, contest held by the clubs during duties. In forwarding the Cer- mer Enrichment Program under I from 1 to 5 p. m. i
which includes the Okeechobee. February March and April. The tificate for presentation she stated. the supervision of Mrs. Charlotte Our five buildings are now completed ..'.
Canal Point and Pahokee Lions meeting featured a ladles' night "This award is in recognition of Walston and Mrs. Mildred Larrick and we hope that you will
Clubs.H. program with Rotary. Anna as Mr. Wa de11"s personal contribution !ias had an enrollment of 83: child- tour them at your leisure before ,4

V. Draa of Belle Glade hasbeen guests.ON to the success of the federally, ren as of Wednesday, June: 17. the faculty and staff are moved In. .
named as new chairman of, assisted low-rent housing programas This Program is sponsored by the Members of the staff will be on
Zone Two Region Five including GEORGIA VACATIONMr. a local-federal aid in providing Board of Public Instruction! of hand to describe the special features J

Belle Glade, South Bay Clewistonand and Mrs. Prentice.. Turbeville decent housing for low-Income Palm Beach County. of the buildings but there oJ
Moore Haven Clubs. and son. Terry left Thursday for families in Pahokee." The children are playing base. will be no formal program. Comeat ,.t

The five deputies add 10 zone Dublin Ga., where they will spend Mr. Waddell was one of the origInal ball making pencil holders, painting your convenience. "":
chairmen within the district serveas several days vacation. The Coffee I commissioners of the Pahokee pictures and have made 'pot That's Sunday afternoon June
members of the district govern- Shop In Canal Point operated by Housing Authority Inc. At the holders. Friday they are going to 21. from 1 to 5 p. m.
or's cabinet. them will be open while they are time of Its activation, July 19. have a checker'tournament horse-I The entrance to the campus site '"'
- gone. 1047, he was appointed by MayorT. shoe pitching tournament and a In. located two miles east of the .1\
tournament. Boca Raton exit of the Sunshine ,
Mrs. Ernest C. Odum of Merritt C. Richardson to a two-year parlor baseball
Island is the guest of her daughter Mrs. J. G. Ford flew to New Orleans term. At the'end of that term he' There ,are, approximately 45 Parkway. From U. S. 1, the entrance -
and family. Rev. and Mrs. Law- to be'with her'husband who was re-appointed for a four-year children who' go' swimming every is two miles west on 20th I:
rence Stewart. She plans to returnto underwent surgery Wednesday at term. He has been reappointed morning and all of them are having Street in Boca Raton. ;
her home Sunday. Oschner Clinic. every four years since that time. a wonderful time.' We hope to see you.there.Es u ,7

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Friday, June 19, 1964
., Two . ti The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida .33438
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Miss Paula Duke '
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Honored At ShowerThe CRACKER F HISTORY OF


home of Mrs: Glenn Brower

was the'l scene Tuesday; from "f:30:
OKEECHOBEE
.. to 9:3O: 'p. m..of a calling shower'in' LAKE

compliment to Miss Paula Duke

brldo- leci' of Charles Jefferson By' Lawrence E. Will

Barwickl: ..
Hurricane and
of "Okeechobee
Author
Co-hostesses were. MrS.' Lois

White Mrs. D. B. Watkins Brfrs. J. ...
M. Alderman 'Mrs. Sam SfcKln- Mound Builders SeminolesBattle ,

stry, Jr., Mrs. H. A. Beeks arid
Land
The Rardin Building In Canal Point FloridaTHE Mrs. Marvin Crady. Greeting of Oke+t chobee Hungry

guests with Mrs. Brower and Miss Capt. Tom Bass Fisherman's Friend

: LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF" T>UKe wefe' IKr MoBoree's" mother; Sheriff
Ms..L. D; Duke, Mid J. S. BarwicK, : Fogey Bill, the

THE EVEItGLAfrES: NR'W'g.Serving' mother of the bridegroom elect: I "Doc Anner" Darrow
: Mrs. E. W. Barwick his grandmother I

:'the Lako Olieeohobee farming RYe ibn Without ; jind Mirs. Fronle Eaton3, .! "Firigey" Conners Highway Builder
Miss Duke's aunt.Decorations Muck
the
Interruption EveryWeek Nearly 40 Years First Railroad on
and table appoint-
Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday ments included pink hibiscus blos- Sugar Industry

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe soms, fern crystal candelabra with Forgotten Settlements Tantie, Utopia, Nemaha,
pink tapers and crystal compotes.The Scratchankle. .
Everglades News'Is Entered at,the Post OfficeIn marriage will take place at \ Elderberry, ,

Canal }Point Florida, tut.Second Class Matter the Pahokee First Methodist Chur-

Paul Rardin .; Owner, Editor, Publisher ch chapel Sunday at 4 p. m. "A, History That's Different"NOW

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SIU1FLAvorBrand Miss Dunaway Weds ON SALE AT
June is Dairy l Month: and the
LaWayne Rawls In Dairy Council of South Florida has CANAL POINT PHARMACY andL.

Given TestTALLAHASSE1r' joined actively in the nationwide
Is
CeremonyThe
Church ob rvance. A Dairy Princess will E. WILL, 200 S. Main Belle Glade

be chosen at the annual meeting of
altar of the First Baptist
: Florida's'nit the American Dairy Association of
W 4mbleni of quality fruits and Church in Pahokee Was'' decorated Florida in Orlando June 20;
with white and for
mums gladioli
vegetables) SunPLAvor, is being ---- -- ----=---- ,-
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the Saturday wedding of Miss Alice
tested. across the country in markets -
and grocery stores. Lorraine Dunaway and LaWayne

Potatoes sweet corn and watermelons Rawls. a aMti r .va.rxi. "r gMY 3. +? "AR s"
are the first examples of The candlelight ceremony took jf $ :%' 4 / a L .aiL 6'
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commodities the state
leaving place at 7 p. m. with Rev. Guthrie %?:
y Nr E' .. Y r ti
bearing: the distinctive emblem Colvard pastor, presiding. The h,; ta biTg .
that reflects only the top,quality bride is the daughter of Mrs. Goldie 'krr'.: ', rL.2WSY! . t
off" fruits and Ltt;' i a Q{k.f r A L.'Ltl; ; a .Ss
Florida produced M. Dunaway 424 W. Ventura Ave., ., .. 'y i" '
y' + -is
p.4 : 2 $ :: ,
vegetables. Clewis ton and the late F. L. Dun- p"w,:Rh; y&l= ? ; .y n Hr a.t

,Eventually, many kinds ,of produce away. She is a graduate of Mather / ? '" $ "K. ,};..TS.17 b3xt
will be marketed under theSu'nFLAvor School of Nursing Southern Baptist : t.t'..Y'1':"E': Li *.t.. :s;.; f.. art .,s,H.y! .R:>< %: az,. ?
label. next P.t 'ti7., ,' < kwgx. t Sy y. a },',.y aby.; : Ex s.. :i.r
By spring:, Hospital New Orleans, La. ', 'L .ac: +;:. 3'
the State of Eo-gf<.js; ? Lf K'' yy 6Lr';.::}?i' a.y1 cV'p pq
; Department Agriculture 1' ,
The bridegroom is the son of 6x.;M >
expects about 20 items to be Mrs. Ayelean Rawls, Dallas Texas, }. . r3 .L,r, S hr>r z r
the emblem. Officials a '* } 1krrlS. ass a :x :;Wr- z? a@ ::r
carrying regard and the late Leldon Rawls., He Is '$ Y s"gi"xz"Ci :; "lge "s qe 's
the syst'em'&ff FJo'ri' < s
to California's Sunkist I label. : Dallas, and is employed q.a ;e3s ,{ja&! :,yy7 ti?';Yi':8 w.aL::.4 p:>,.1. ri ai H' ,' '
The plan to market the i state's as office manager of Seatex 'i t: {' ., : Y axdkC? ,Yy-i.;, rb F ..iy 4)< F- lPSf't al.y, g ni.: ::'ai$ 6tr. >

dnsstlhctlve t produce, under a Corp.. Orlando. r'1a.: ' iI r'
label was' the brainchild Nuptial music was furnished byMrs. ..t. +4$,;; it.g i: .[a4'. %; }ei 3 #$ii c':,a 4a:.'

of Agriculture rb' Cotnmlssiotier -' Guthrie' Colvardt organist, d {ri. ,,'; '.6},.;i': ,": s:;r. ': taL%f'': q+,o' .< N M'rai.#'.7ir.: i ':,($
'' Doyle Conner. He propdsed the. and her daughter Miss Ruth Col- 6 Y'')? ,..t'l} : :fa1 : Si}
plan to the 1963 Florida Fruit'' &
:yard,.who sang _Hand: in Hand",
Vegetable Association convention >r ,drf}$
'"The :
"We'll Walk Together", 2,4 Y
gyiL :.'S7rF.y';
and offered a cash price for the Sweetest Story Ever Told'and t'

winning label. Later, after adoption "The Wedding Prayer." a. 1 'i.Fixr
of the emblem', the plan' was '' Hf: '' >} .tB' ,,"....1 '. itt -
'f
Mrs. Judith Cross niece of the 'ttJ': > ;} :( : : '
proposed to the'state Legislature bride as matron of honor wore a *:}! ; : \ ( : ; <
1i 1\
which adopted it and passed the street-length dress of deep pink 1' \\1 ;t1\: \ \i; } .

law to regulate it.; taffeta, fashioned with a bell skirt 1' \l...."..... <. .i:;.,. : '
When the program moves into and matching tulle headpiece.. She "< ;: ,,;," 4 4'
ltl,h gear next season, national !
carried a bouquet of light pink
promotion and advertising' will'
also begin. Florida} officials' hop pompons and ivy. Junior ,brides- ;:W.1
maids, all nieces of the bride,' were :* :
that housewives will look for the '
Su'nFLAvor label in.buylug-groeer- Sonya O'Bannon Susan .Dunaway,
i Debra Dunaway and Pam Duna-
ittr because the label will'' certify '
the best in Florida's prodW ts. ;way. Their identical dresses of
;'white dacron and cotton were .
styled, street-length full gath-

Classified i Ads I :'(ered carried ivy.skirts a pink, and, bouquet lace collars.of pomponsand Each :: :: :


The bride given in marri- ...
POSITIVELY all want ads 01 age by her brother W. M. Dun- aIt's .',

,classifieds, as. you wish( to call away wore a white taffeta gown
them, are payable in advance from ,with a short Jacket and floor- i
hjs day forward; Don't phone''em' length bell skirt, featuring Chantilly -
Write it and drop a dollar bill In lace overlay. The lace train

the envelope If you wont it run was' attached to, a cummerbundThe

'once. $2 if you want it: run twice'' I ;elbow. length veil of silk illu- .,-. -..J.,
And so on.HAVE sion was fastened to a lace'applie'dpillbox
;: : crown.She carried a, bou- ''), "'t '1' rr;. .4C' '"

YOU decided' to clear out :quet of white pompons and ivy. ;..
'the attic and advertise the stuff, I Lennta Warren cousin of the an important gasoline discovery! Methyl

for' sale through these columns? bridegroom was best aman. Junior steps up octane performance so effectively that it stops -:
power-wasting
You'll be surprised how much stuff werV Marlon GUT
you can get rid of and ,how much 'Monty groomsmen Anclnle, Craig Ancinle and knock better than any other antiknock compound. Methyl spreadsmore G.

money you can take in.: .It only Mark Parker. Verlon Rawls and evenly throughout all cylinders of,yotir_ engine, stands up under .::t,

costs $1 to try an ad for, a week. I Mykel Rawls. brothers of the bridegroom << extreme temperatures. And it's in Standard gasolines (Crown and -" \,

FOR SALE: New and Used Willys I served as candlellghters.and Crown Extra) . at'n6 Jricffeaae f 's" s "e s=s= ssss=ssi ";y \..,
Warren
Weldon
Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage Ushers were price! Another important. way that 1 sV JA '* MB m MB :'>

in Belle Glade Phone'Oct.6-3098.iT 54-ch Dale Dunaway.Mrs.. Richard. Bethea was in we take bet tercare of your car. I[;3 f.f% N DA R D )! .,., n

charge of the bride's book at the
*ft!
IS THERE ANYTHING,in the at- reception in the fellowship hall of 'Methyl-tradimirkd >SL I I /7=s=ssIVI

tic you'd like to convert into the church. Others assisting were

cash? A small classified ad ,in Mrs. L. C. Parker, Mrs. Lois White
this column will turn the trick. It Mrs. C. E. Williams Mrs. W. K.

only costs a dollar--cash with or- Aldridge and Miss Dorothy Batch- ,
der. elor. Verlon Rawls played piano ,.

selections as background music r
BY SINGE ethyl
during the reception. The1 couple
Brand Round Bobbin
new sewing
will be at their home. 2225 SouthSt.
machine. Back tacks seamssewsover ; I
., Orlando.
plie:-dial tension and'stitch ,
-,
regulator. $59.50-$9.50; down and CLASS REUNIONPlans ...now In Standard '..,
';S.00 a month. Glades, Mercantile ( ,
being made by the
Qqmpany 255 E. Lake Avenue Pa- are

'hokee 924-5597. AlTtf I School class of for-1959 a reunion of Pahokee to take placeone High M., I.I: KEEN' Agent .

FOR RENT: 2 Bedroom June 28 at Rardin Park. Sixteen S

ment. Furnished. Call apart-I I members of the class have already Canal Point Florida .
:TCnnls at 924-7467 in Canal I confirmed their plans to at- *>/ v vP"'e ,
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... 'ndir: The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida 33438 -

-- Miss Becky Grimes has returnedto Mr. and Mrs.,.Wallace Barnes
her home after being employedby and children Bobby and Kay, left Visit Pine Island
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I't 1 PERSONAL NEWS NOTES I The Brass Rail at the World's Wednesday for Washington, D. C., FOR AFishing
Fair in New York for the past and New York City. :Mrs. Barnes
month. Miss Grimes is the daughter and Kay will remain in Washington : Vacation
of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Grimes.Mr. while Mr. Barnes and Bobbygo w wBURNHAM.
\ Bill Woods of Cocoa is the guestof Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Barwick on to the World's Fair in New
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. have as their guests their daughters and 'Mrs. Elmer'Jones haveas York.
Brooks Henderson.Mr. Mrs. J. W. Blanton from Thom- their' guests, their grandchildren INNAir
asville. Georgia and Mr. and Mrs.C. Jimmy Ronda and Richard Miss Yvonne Thompson left Sun- Conditioned Efficiencies
and Mrs. F. F. Burr and Mrs. B. Keene and children of Pom- Bailey of Vero. day for Stetson University where
Pauii eA Barrett were Saturday Beach. she will attend 8 weeks of summer $35 wk. for 2 peopleFree
pano Mr. and Mrs. left
Charles Story I I
visitors in Miami. school as a junior.Mr. Boat Ramp
:Mrs. Jeffrey Sheffield was calledto this week for a two week'visit. to
Mrs. Wiley Tillis was the guestof Colquitt, Georgia, Tuesday, New York where they will be the and Mrs Frank Rosenberg I Restaurant Nearby
her sister-in-law, Mrs. Lila Jau- morning due to the death of her guests of his parents. They also plan to leave Friday for Buffalo, Phone OW 89851St.
don and family for several days. plan to visit the World's Fair.
father.
N. Y., for a visit with her parents.
I James City, Fla.
and Mrs. Jim Gifford and will be accompanied home by
Mr. Mrs. Alma Nall is substitutingfor Rev. and Mrs. Robert Shelleyleft They Fort
(Near Myers)
returned to Canal Point their two small sons who have
family Mrs. Sam Scruggs at the Canal Thursday' for Alachua wherehe
Monday from Gainesville where he I Point Post Office substation at. will become pastor of the Ala- been visiting their grandparents
has been attending classes for the during the recent illness of Mrs.I
Bryant for the next two weeks I chua Methodist Church. Rev. Shelley !- CLASSIFIED ADS F '\*
past year. Mr. Gifford is employedat I while Mrs. Scruggs and her husband has been pastor of the Canal Rosenberg. BIO DIVIDEIMOS
the United States Sugar ExperIment Point Methodist I
are vacationing at Morven, Church for the
Station,in Canal Point. Ga., and Chlefland, Fla. past seven years. 'Wil'l 1'1'i'' "II" tcty'ff'J'Y"1'I 1if'/\IIf'N'II7\II7\.If'r.Ir! llrt'\1I fi1IITI" Jrrnlfli '::

Mr. and Mrs.Danny DeLeon and 'Mrs. Arch Blakey left June 11 I Dr. and.Mrs. Ames were hosts to
children returned to their home' in for Arapaho, Okla., where she will.;( members of Dr. Ames' Sunday
Louisville, Kentucky, Wednesdayafter spend a six-week vacation visiting I School class recently with an out- Monday Cattle Sales
attendingthe graduation of her mother, Mrs. Nellie Naylor. door party and cookout.Mr. .
} her sister Hazel Sheppard, and Enroute she1 stopped at Tallahassee -
and and Mrs. J.; H. Wilkinson
visiting withher parents, Mr.
for brief visit with her
Mrs. O. H. Sheppard. a son and children, Cathy and Jimmy, Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market I
Fred Blakey: who is doing post:1
are spending a few weeks at Salt which is owned and operated by more than 120 :,
Among the out of town relatives graduate work at Florida. State: Springs.
attending the 'funeral of R. L. University. Florida Cattlemen.You'll .
Chastain were Mrs. Clyde Griffies, Mr. and. Mrs. A. R. Harringtonleft I
Mr. and Mrs. Allen I I
Fowler
are enjoy the excellent service receive here
and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Chastain of the guests of her parents, Mr. and Monday for F. S. U. in Tallahassee' you ;
Cairo, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Mrs. Dave Cunningham, for the'!I to get their daughter, Jan- at this Market. We make an effort at all times tu
Chastain and Mr. and Mrs. Major month of June..They plan to travel J I j I ette, who plans to"spend the summer give an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Giveus f fI.
Gibson of Thorn as vllle, Ga., and to Montana in July and return by,I I with her parents. a trial.SALES. I.
: Mrs. Myrtis Arnold of Winter the middle of August so that Mrs. I Nancy Harrington and Penny
Garden. ,II I Fowler can make preparations to I'''I'Pennington, Junior 4-H leaders left IIIIIIIIIIIIHII
The teach one of the first grades at Pa- Monday for 4-H State Conferenceat
many friends of Mrs. L. V.
McClelland will be happy to know hokee Elementary School. I the University of Florida, EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. 'm.

that she returned to her home Mr. and Mrs. James King left Gainesville. They were accompan'
Monday from Doctors' Hospital In Friday for their home in Gaines led by Miss Mary Todd, Palm Glades Livestock MarketASSOCIATION
Miami where:, she recently under- ville after a visit with her parents, J Beach County Home Demonstration -
went surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jones. Agent.
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Mrs. Pauline Amerson is a pa- Deborah, Dennis and Dean Hodges I Mrs. Howard Holman and child-
ren, Jimmy and Martha Ann, left On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
tient at Everglades Memorial Hospital returned Sunday to their home I
t where she is recovering from after a week's visit with their I Wednesday for a months visit with Phone WY 6-3028
.1 recent surgery. aunt, Mrs. Llbble Kersey, in Okee-i her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gaston
chobee. Fisher, at Belmont, N. C.
David and Pat McCall of Nor- j r $j Svc &4&$ vai) J I V.iji.v V-'I V-/i..V/ I
folk, Va., arrived Saturday for sev ----- -- -- -- ----- --- -- -- --- -- --- --- -- --- --- ----- -- -- -
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eral weeks visit with their grand- .

and parents Mr. Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.J. L.M.McCall.C. Carter FIVE BEAUTIFUL BUYS AND ONE GREAT PLACE TO BUY


Miss Mary Carter of Joliet, Ill., (11'iMI'atour Chevrolet dealers )
and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Carter
of Hinsdale I 111., are the guests of

their father, M. C. Carter- and .
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Mrs. Carter.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williams and
Miss Velma Williams and their I _
house guest, Ron Hare, of Dalton.
Ga., are spending the weekend at _
Salt Springs.Mr. .
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and Mrs. Donald Kepp were _
weekend visitors in Naples:
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Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Jr., and _
./ daughters, Terri and Kelly, are the
' guests of her parents, Mr. and iI _

Mrs. Joe Kelly in Fort Pierce. I ,I-

Mrs. J. E. Carter has returnedto '.
her home in Jacksonville after a
visit with her brother and sister-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Geiger.

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Maxsoh and 4f &I: !
children have returned to their :
home in Arizona after a visit with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs., R. J.
Maxson. -

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Jimmy Padgett of Waldo is the : .';

guest of his grandparents, Mr. and .. . ,...L . I
Mrs. A. H. Scruggs and Mr.. and -
:Mrs. Duncan Padgett. *
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Major and Mrs. I* W. Curriet; ; '- l ;r .'JI.f .
and daughters of Alexandria, Virginia f fs
I are the guests of Mrs. CUr-
rier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W bh .

Barwlck. ....

Jimmy Vandegrift and Bill Ken- t
nedy this weekend joined Bill's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman A. ,ctitModels
Kennedy, at the Kennedy's sum-
mer home, Conesus. N. Y.


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Circles InRegularMeetings; .Miss Paula Collier --I I Calling Shower For Bennie Baxter Is

Monday And Ronald Berry Miss Sheffield Visiting ParentsAirman

WSCS circles Married SaturdayMiss t;, -
of
The the
Pahokee Baxter whois
Miss Wynette Sheffield of Pa- 1C Bennie ,
First Methodist Church met Mon stationed Shaw Air Force
at
hokee, bride-elect of Phillip Harry
Paula Eileen Collier and BIRTHS
Simonson
day. The Lair circle met
Base in South Carolina, is spend
at the church where they held a Ronald Irvin Berry were united In J I I Wilson of Belle Glade, was honor-I I ing a 10-day leave in Pahokee wit
ed at a calling shower held
sandwich luncheon in the Victory marriage in the chapel of the Pa I his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Me
Mr. and Mrs. Karl H. Watson home of Mrs. Richard C. Lane,
class room. Mrs. H. J. Anderson hokee First :Methodist Church, Klnstry, Jr., and family.He .
announce the birth of a son, KarlH. 360 N. Kismet.
presided. The group voted to con- I to Paho
Saturday at 4 with Rev. Joh was accompanied
m.
p. ., Jr., born June 11. Hostesses with Mrs. Lane were
tinue meeting during the summer I kee Miss Chris Lawlorn of Sum-
Briley, pastor officiating at the by
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin H. Harris of Mrs. David Unwin, Mrs. Hueston
months with a luncheon at noon. ter, S. C., who is also a guest of
candlelight .
ceremony.The Belle Glade announce the birth of Connell and Mrs. C. L. Shirley, Jr.
Mrs. J. R. York gave a report ol the
bride is the daughter of Mr a son, Timothy Steven, born June In the receiving line with the McKinstrys.. .
her activities with the WSCS in and Mrs. Paul E. Collier -
Jr. She !Js honoree were her mother, Mrs.
Marianna. Hostesses! in July will . CLASSIFIED ADS PAY
a graduate of Pahokee High -
12.New Billy M. Sheffield, and Mrs. Lane.
be Mrs. York and Mrs. Irene School and Palm Beach Junior BIG DIVIDENDS

Eaton. College and is presently employed. Library For ----...-. ---- .. .. .. '. '-- ---
The Gertrude Shirley Circle met at Glades Mercantile Co. Brevard College !

at the home of Mrs. Hugo Boe with Mr. Berry is the son of Mrs.

:MrsV Ernest :Maxwell presiding. Tochie Berry and the late Sam MELBOURNE A California
Mrs. Maxwell presented each of Berry. He is also a graduate of Pa- millionairess has donated $100,000 ((!(fj/J1t; f,(

her new officers with a corsage'. hokee High School and receivedhis to a Florida Institution of higher III
Mrs. Richard Nason presented the training in medical technologyat education.Mrs. rj '

program "Counting Your Bless- the college of Medicine in Mi- Sara Bartholomae of Wal- i 1.,,;, } l ,.

ings". It was decided to meet each ami and Grady Hospital Atlanta, nut, California, recently donatedthe

month for a short business meet- Ga.The money to Brevard Engineering
ing following the monthly meetingof chapel was decorated witha College of Melbourne for construc-

the W. S. C. S. basket of white gladioli flankedon tion of a new library. The buildingwill I .
The Marion Circle met at the both sides by pyramid candelabra be named In memory of her ,

home of Mrs. John Zimmerman at ; and palms. late husband, William August Bar- r .'

which time It was decided to dis- Mrs. Faye McDowell sang "The tholomae, who was a wealthy 1 f ,i..q,
continue meetings during the sum Lord's Prayer" "Because", and California rancher. tl' t., ..

mer months. Mrs. Margie Phillips "I Love You; Truly," accompaniedat The new library at Brevard En- 4.
gave the devotionals and Mrs. Lillian the piano by Miss Dottie Lair. gineering College will house out- '\ ,
Hatton presented the program Miss Kathy Wilson Maid 01' standing collections in space tech-

entitled "What It Means to honor, and the bride's only attend- nology, science and engineering.

Belong to the'? WSCS". ant, wore a gown of orchid taffeta - ,f J

The WSCS will hold Its regular with matching hat and shoes. She Miss Sheffield Is ...

monthly meeting Tuesday July 7, carried a nosegay of pink carna-
Honored At LuncheonThe
at 7 p. m.Executive. tions. r
The bride' was given In marriageby
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her father. Her streetlengthgown George Washington Hotel, In Florida.
Plan of silk organza was styled West Palm Beach, was the scene I . 6>
with a lace bodice and threequarters of a "Bridesmaid Luncheon" Sat-
Florida PublicityST. length sleeves. The semi-full urday, honoring Miss!' Wynette
skirt, featuring a lace front panel. Sheffield and her bridesmaids. after bowling, beer is a natural
PETERSBURG-Key executives was accented in the back with a Miss Jessie Ann Sheffield Miss
of about a dozen northern bow. The bride's elbow-length veil Olga Sheffield, Mrs. Betty Jean
After >u'c howled a or two, or when you're winding up
which have expressedan yt game
corporations of French illusion fell from a tiaraof Connell Mrs. Jill Pitts, and Miss
the evening at the neighborhood bowling center, it's good to relax
Flor-
interest in establishing a
seed pearls, sequins and re-em- Cyndy Friend. Other guests were
Council of 100 at a luncheon in with friends and compare st'utcs.Vhat better way to add to the "
ida broidered lace. She carried a cascade Mrs. Billy Sheffield, mother of the
the Florida Pavilion at the New of white carnation centered bride elect, Mrs. Bob Wilson, Mrs.!'! sport and thc'sociablcncss than with a refreshing'glass of beer?
York World's Fair on June 4. with a white orchid. Ward Wilson and Mrs. Dick Kor- Hoxtcvcrou take your fun-beer always makes a welcome

The occasion was the result of Billy Rawls, brother-in-law of bly. Decorations on the table were addition to the party.:

the Council's "Leader-to-Leader" the bridegroom, served as best pink roses and fern and featured a Your familiar glass! of beer is also a pleasurable reminder thatwe

program. Each council member In man. Jimmy Cowart, cousin of tho miniature wedding cake with bride lice in a land of pcrso.i:}.\\ freedom-and that our right to enjoy

the program has established of-a bridegroom, and Harry Brooks and groom. Hostesses were Mrs. beer and ale, if vc so desire, is just one, but an important one, of
personal liaison with one top Elarbee were ushers. Lewis Friend and Mrs. Rupert those freedoms.
personal!
ficer of those companies interestedin Assisting at the reception In the Mock. I

Florida. Council fellowship hall of the church were In Florida..beer goes with| fun, with relaxation ; j"
"The program", said Mrs. Jackie Rawls Miss Vickie New Attractions @
Chairman Raleigh W. Greene, Jr., Alley, Mrs. J. D. Poole and Mrs. LMThl>_STATES BREWERS: ASSOCIATION, INC. .. h.
"is based on the.concept that Flor Penny Clark. After the reception, Proposed By State r.u.,1WI 2JJ WlNTkft t-ARK. twaWA.. .

ida's best salesmen for new busi- Mr. and Mrs. Berry went to Fort For World's Fair .
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already - -
ness are those business men Myers Beach for their honeymoon.They .
operating profitably here." will make their home In Pa- -
Two committees within the hokee. NEW YORK:-The Florida World

Council of 100 are producing the Fair Authority has decided to add
"Leader-to-Leader" program, - several new major attractions at

headed by Michael O. O'Neal of the state's pavilion.W. .
Miami, and James W. Wellman of : Watermelon QueenTo L. Stensgaard, executive vice ,
Lakeland. I president of the pavilion, said the
Tour America '
1,600-seat porpoise stadium, scene 1
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- of the popular daytime shows by

Faculty Enjoys TAMPA-The nation's 1964 wat- trained porpoises, will become a F,
ermelon Carolyn King, 18-
queen movie theatre at night. S
Pot Luck SupperA year-old blonde from Bartow, will Visitors will be shown films in .$
soon tour the major cities in the color and sound on Florida at- X#

pot luck supper at the Paho- East, North and Midwest. She will tractions such as jal alai auto

kee' City Park preceded by swim- appear on radio and television pro- racing and big game fishing. Ad-
ming in the pool was held by mem- grams and meet with food editorsof mission charge will be a quarter.

bers of the Pahokee High School newspapers and magazines. Other new features for the Florida -
faculty recently with their families I Carolyn will also appear at the pavilion will be an Evergladesscene

as guests. The social committee -i Florida Pavilion at the New York Seminole Indians, alligator 111'?,
in charge of arrangements World's Fair. Arrangements are wrestling,. water skiing on Meadow '.,1,.
consisted of John Howell, Mrs. also being made for her to be a Lake, miniature boat racing

Phara Morris, Miss Vera Harrell, guest on the CBS-TV show, and animal and bird ;shows. 'I. .. ; ;' r J
Mrs. Elsie Sims and Coach KarI I I "What's My Line?" '..i ;) ",It' ". !,"j :.

tin Ralph in charge of the pool.; Carolyn Is sponsored by the: :Celebrate 50th !;: ... .'Why'should you buy --', '
Watermelon Growers &.Dt triti6t- . I ..tl C
Association, a' nation-wide :Weddinfe Anniversary .1' :"' w

Sarasota Artists ors group with headquarters in Adel. ... I. : >\JU/S: ?,Savings Bonds when there are . ,' ;/('

Donate To JaIanSARASOTAOriginal Georgia. W. R. Ward, Jr., of Lake- Celebrating tifelr Fiftieth. wedding ,Ii: '. 'j **.: ,

--, -- "" land, is president.Miss I anniversary at their home in ,. 'so. many other good investments ? !,
work by I King recently Joined with Morven, Ga., on June 28 will be

Florida artists will be on display in Florida's Commissioner of. Agri- Mr and Mrs. Roy Lawson. Mrs.
of culture Doyle Conner in helping I Lawson is the sister of Gauldenand
governor
the homes of every
thanks to a cooperative launch the first shipment of water- I Roswell Harrington and Mrs. To help your country is one But if you're like most people
Japan artists andFlorida's melons to bear Florida's new Sun 'Rachel Scruggs of Canal Point. answer' -and a good one. you'll hang on to your Saving
gesture by Sarasota' Mrs. Farris FLAvor seal. The seal Is used to : Mr. and Mrs. Lawson are the parents But Bonds have other adBonds for the big things you
first lady, designate Florida's top agricultural -I of Dr. H. T. Lawson of West vantages that make them want in your future.
Bryant. worth your consideration. And, of Bonds are
to products. Palm Beach.Jarrard course
Following the recent visit For instance, they offer you 2 safe investment-as ion..
Florida of 11 Japanese officialsand . just about the easiest way to as there's a United States of
their wives, Mrs. Bryant ask- Quits nave money: cither with the America. /

ed Kenneth Donahue, director of Pastors Change Payroll Savings Plan where Which brings back to
Museums if As Head Of FDC you just ask your employer to us
the state's Ringllng Locations put part of your wages aside your country again. Bonds)
Sarasota artists would be willing Their toward a Bond or through help defend freedom at a time
to contribute of their works asa TALLAHASSEE Wendell Jar- regular purchase of Bonds at when the enemies freedom
gift to the foreign visitors. Rev. and Mrs. James W. Baugher rard has officially stepped down as your bank. are stronger than ever.
Those artists responding to the I of Port St. Lucie have moved to, director of the Florida Develop- Another unique* advantage Buy Savings Bonds. Thfl
plan Include Syd Soloman, Frank the Parsonage of the Canal Point ment Commission, but has retainedhis of U. S. Savings Bonds is the banks or savings institutions]
Rampolla, Richard Oxley, Hilton Methodist church and he will serve position as chairman of the way they stick with you. You that sell them don't chars
succeededRev. state's department. can get your money any time. you a penny for the
Leech, Beth Arthur, Evelyn Marx, the local church, having promotion
Robert Larsen, Craig Rubadoux, Robert Shelley who moved to Roger Stake, former assistant servieet'i

Bruce Gregory, Vernon C. Voelz,. Alachua. Fla., last week. director, succeeded Jarrard at the
Mitchell and Rev. and Mrs. John Briley returned June 1 meeting of the commission. ,
Martha Estus, Mor Koop= freorforn! : In your future with f"
act under Jarrard'sdirection'
Lorin to Pahokee Sunday night Last official
Wilford.
--AI. from the annual Conference of was the decision to post- U.S. SAVINGS! BONDS t

Mrs. George Ramey left this Methodist Churches at Lakeland, pone formal action on the commis
with her daughter where he was again assigned to sion's plan to float bonds fora new
week for a visit . r
and son-in-law, Mr. and MM.Hugh serve as .pastor of the Pahokee building to house the department .7.54...",r/f.J" ."70T IAL.MTMrro.eryt.ery. 1)ip.r/S M.n'"f-.'A4-.... .:,.' "
Methodist Church, beginninghis and a Tallahassee-based "Florida Zit. A/orrel.dn. 4.4 fAUC.tt.n y., ;','
Miller, and children at Cocoa First I JIM, a....: ;:::/.r ;h' r i
Beach. <* second year as Its pastor. Showcase. ., , f. ...




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For Second Ygar Meet

I U.u Ii. Mews Of The Churches jl -
Rev. John A.'Briiey who at the I .More them lOP ministers .and
recent annual Conference of Flor- members vf; .the ,Church .of ',Gad

,( uu .u ida Churches was assigned to serveas gathered. in 'Wtm "mp., ,FJqridja.: ,
pastor of the Pahokee First June ;,,8-14. for the ;denomination/a
The) Methodist Church' Holy Nativity .Fi ix t BaptistChurch Methodist Church for the second Golden Jubilee Anniversary, camp
consecutive year, will be honored, meeting with the Rev. James A.
Canal l Point, FloridaRobert Episcopal Church Canal PointElder at a welcome back party and fish Cross, presiding. The Rev. Cross
'pahokeeRev. states that the historic meeting,at
A. Shelley, Pastor Lester Reams fry.The event was held on the back Wimauma is the fiftieth year celebration -
SUNDAY: L. Lossing, Vicar SUNDAY: lawn of the church grounds at 6:30p. of the purchase and building -
10:00: a. m.-church School SUNDAY: 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School m. Wednesday.The of the first Church of God
.11:00: a. .-Morning Worship 10 a. m.-Sunday School 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Men's Class of the church camp ground in Florida. The Church -
6:30: p. m.-Youth Fellowship 11:00 a. m.-Worship Service 6:30: p. m.-B. '1'. C. school were in charge of the of God Js America's oldest 'Pentecostal
'I 7:30: p. m. Evening Worship . 7:30 p. m.-EvenIng Worship. cooking of the fish. Other arrange- denomination and operatesin

:, MONDAY: South Side ChurchOf TUESDAYS: ments were under the directionof some 67 countries.
3:15: p. m.-Youth Choir practice 7:30 p. m.-Choir practice. the Women's Society of Christ- Attending from 'the Church ol
ChristBelle WEDNESDAY: ian Service. God on Barfield Highway, Paho-
2nd MONDAY' : 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer kee, we're Mr.: and Mrs. Thomas
7:30: p.; m.-Esther Class meet Glade across from Service. Miller and Blllie, Mr. and Mrs. Julian -
Rd. 80 THURSDAY week Sorority Names
Bowling Alley on :-Every other
1J1gTUESDAY Hodges, Mr and Mrs. Rufus
0OO: a. m.-Bible Study 7:30' p. m.Ladies Auxiliary
: New OfficersElection Levins and children, Mr. and M;$.
8:00: p.,m.-Woman's Society1st 11OO: a. m.-Sermon Service .- .Meeting.- Ray Johns,and son, Mr. and Mr?.
6:30
: p. m.-Evening
TuesdayWEDNESDAY of officers highlightedthe Roy Bustin, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Wed. Bible Study
6:30: p. m.- "
: . St. Mary's Catholic monthly meeting of the,Omic-: Douglas and children, Rev. and
7:30: p. m.-Prayer Meeting Church ron Chapter of Sigma Eta Sororityof Mrs. J. W. Hughes, Mr. and Mrs.
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St. Peter's Lutheran the Fine Arts Monday at the James Pervis and children.Mr..

First Methodist Church, Belle Glade Father Francis Fennech, Pastor home of Mrs. Ruth Kirchman, Cho- and Mrs. J. H. Bethea and child-
Mrs. Jean Miners and children
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Sunday Mass- 11:30: a. m. sen.Officers
Church, PahokeeJohn August Koerber Pastor selected for the com- and Mrs. Ellen Durrance..
Confessions before :Mass
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade -... ---i ing year are: Mrs. Edyre Burdine, . ..
A. Briiey, Pastor I SUNDAY: president; Mrs. Mable Lutz, vice
SUNDAY: Divine Services 11 A. M. The Pahokee ChurchOf president; Mrs. Ruby Jones, corresponding Coffee Honoring:

9:45: a. m.-church School School 9:45 A. M. The NazareneRev. secretary; Mrs. Mary Club's OfficialsThe
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship .. Anderson, treasurer; Mrs. Edna ,-

6:45: p. m.-MYF The Church Of God Max L>. Jones, Pastor Barrett historian:; Mrs. Marjorie garden at the home of Mrs.J. .
7:45: p. m. -Evening Worship .433 Bacom Point Rd. Whitlock, sergeant at arms and S. Williams, 785 Bacom Point

TUESDAY: Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 Miss Laurine .Anderson. director. Road, was the scene of a coffee
7:00: p. m.-Vesper Choir prac Point Road SUNDAY SERVICES: honoring past presidents and new
,j a ticsWEDNESDAY 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Mrs. Modecki HeadSt. members of the Pahokee Woman's
John H. Kinard, pastor ,
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11:00: a.' m.-Sunday Worship Club.
,. 7:45: p. m.-Mid-week devo- 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School : 6:3O: p. m'.:Juniors Mary's SocietyMrs. Hostesses with Mrs. Williams

tions 11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service I 7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening Inducted were Mrs. Richard F. Hurt and
Charles Modecki was -
8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir prac- 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service Evangelistic Service Mrs. E. B. Gamble.
as president of St. MarY'14Altar
f ticeChurch 8:00: m. TuesdayV.L.B.
p.
WEDNESDAY: Guests of honor were Mrs. C.
. Society at the annual Installation -
It 8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer M. Todd, Mrs. B. R. Mosley, Mrs.
held at the homeof
welcome. music ceremony
; Of Christ Everyone Special meeting. Mrs. C. L. Wilder on McClure Leon Spooner and Mrs. Norman
i I and singing. . "Where you are a stranger but Road. Kennedy, past presidents; Mrs. E.
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once." C. Johnson and Mrs. J. C. Simonds,
125 N. W. Avenue D --' -. Rev. Francis Fenech, installing
Phone WY 6-3867 Canal Point i! officer, seated Mrs. Felipe Esteban, new members. .
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Belle Glade, Fla. Baptist Church First Baptist vice president; Mrs. Frank Mueller -
FUNDAY SERVICES secretary; and Mrs. Ambrosio The home of Mrs. Hugo Boe was
Church, PahokeeGutbrie Robles, treasurer. the scene of the''' annual end of
10:00: a. m.-Bible Study Lawrence Stewart, Pastor
Plans announced for a school dinner party of the Paho-
were
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship SUNDAY: W. Colvard, Pastor
7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School SUNDAY: I. picnic dinner to be held at 1 p. m. kee Elementary School, June 9.
WEDNESDAY today at the Community Buildingin Husbands and wives of faculty
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School
7:30: p. m.-Bible. Study 6:3O: p. m.-Training Union 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship the Glades Park. members were guests.

-.*. 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship __, __________.__ ____ u__ __ _ __ ___ _ _ _____
q CLASSIFIED ADS PAY WEDNESDAY: 6:30: p. m.-Training Union

r f i I :-. BIO DIVIDENDS 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. WEDNESDAY 7:30 p. m.-Prayer: Service Guys On the Go Need Milk Guys 0 '

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I I II Glades.Baptist ChurchRev.
; Need Milk Guys On the Go Need M
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I After Vacation Meets( in. Jonathan Pahokee Li.Lions Wolf Club) ilk Guys On the Go Need Milk Guys

, Building. On the Go Need Milk Guys On theo G
I Ij' SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45: a. m.
PREACHING::00 a. m. and Need Milk Guys On the Go Need
j': Do You PUn To Bud? 7:30 p. m.
SUNDAY B. Y. F. -6:30 p. m. Milk Guys On the Go Need Milk Guys
WED. PRAYER-7:30 p. m.,
; . On, the Go Need Milk Guys On t

'Right now:, of course, folks in the Glades Church Of' God, he Go Need Milk Guys On the Go Nace

are thinking: about vacations. With Barfield Highway :>"'('p V... "

if' school out, crops harvested, everything W. Pahokee Minister Fla.J. .1 tj! ,;: '
Hughes
I ;, points to a few weeks of rest and SUNDAY Phone: 24..37ttS: i ::10'',.">.'t"1..,MI:.'<,'I.r'Of# ''!t k,_,'...4c: .' 4Liu) tlon

>;n recreation. Glades folks are entitled toM 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School ; h-w4ll.u- ; ;lal'x'1' .

11:00 a. m.-Morning"Worship
: that after a busy season. ,1.\\1 7:30.llOn.Bfangellstic;. I Ser-
'. b .f! rvlee ." '.:: :";'.;.,-,I .. _j. ,# + 'h 'e3rJ '1o ig'r ds i'K ;
TUESDAYr
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trw ;::HoVeverlfollowing vacation should, xpn 'T:30"p. m.' Pray* Service ,"" ,. .,M.w
THURSDAY -
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be interested i in building-1 ,a new home, 7:301 Service'p. m,-..Y4QWtn'vfo"<<." ChrJat_ ;: :

',' ".' you will do well to visit Everglades -...

\ Federal. Here will find helpful Christian Science
t
you Group Of Canal Point a ,.

r:A, folks when it comes to' arranging a Trrltstidr
The,first chapter of Genesis -
loan. Stop in at our office in Belle Glade coupled with explanatory passages
r from "Science and Health with

\, or Pahokee. You'll be glad you did. Key to the Scriptures" by Mary
Baker Eddy-will form the nucleusof
the Christian Science Bible
!
Lesson this Sunday entitled "Is

a Everglades Federal the Universe, Including Man,
Evolved by Atomic Force?"
:I The Golden Text is from Psalms

1. Savings And Loan Association ((33:6): : "By the word of the Lord
were the heavens made; and all a
"
: :;>f the host of them by the breath of
";i 1\: ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND his mouth." And from Science and
I .7! LOAN INSURANCE CORP. Health: "All that is made is the
; work of God and all is good", (p.

r .: Let Your Money Earn 4V4: % Payable C21). _

,r .! ',:" 5A1 Semi-Annual Mrs. James L... Deal and daughters -
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:.i 1 Lisa and Nancy*31en of.States-;
:, ; boro Ga., are the #* of. >rer:
I ;. PAHOKEE BELLE GLADE parents )(r. -axed Mrs: B. C. 'Sinia: ;

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"I Children Attend and counsellor, Peggy Bitting.i Patterson CircleIn I I Mrs. M. C. Carter. Assisting wth i I IN THE HOSPITALThe
From Pahokee Marsha Pennington ,the program were, Mrs. M. F. following Canal Point folks
.I Camp Cloverleaf Ann Mosley, Reba Jones, Phyl- Monthly Meet :1 i I George, :Mrs. W. S. Cross, Mrs.I II I are in the Pahokee hospital this
lis Spike's' ,Jackie Vandegrift,Kath- I II I Frank O'Connell, Mrs. J. E. Williams -: week: Yankee George Nedeau,
The Palm Beach County 4-II'I'leen Jones, Glennie Trett. I The lone Patterson Circle of the and Mrs. Paul Rardin. The I I Bunny Wolfe, George Jackson, :M. .
oamp at Camp Cloverleaf, Lake - Canal Point Baptist Church held devotional and call to prayer was:I V. DeVane and Mrs. Pauline Am-
Placid, opened June 15. Those attending UNDERGOES SURGERY their regular monthly,meeting re- given by Mrs. J. D. Latham. I j erson. Benny Sims of Pahokee Isi
from Canal Point are I cently at the church. Mrs.: C. B.I i I --.- i also in the hospital this week.I .
Dianne Black welJ, Ralena Ursry, Clarence Maxwell of Pahokee rep Jones presided_ at the business'I!I :Mrs. Rhoda Shives is reported to I ----
Pamela Ursry, Kathy Maxson, Al- cently underwent surgery at Wat-I meeting in the absence of Mrs. J. be recovering nicely from recent' Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shirley returned -
len Webb, Ross Harrington, Dickey son Clinic in Lakeland. He Is recuperating -iL. McCall, Chairman. The program throat surgery. She is a patientat < home Sunday from a week's
Strayer, Kenny Hayes, Alvin Wil as well as can be ex|was presented by Mrs.Jones in tho St. :Mary's Hospital, West Palm stay at Indian Rock Beach in
son, Ann Valliere, Walter Webb I II I pected. (!absence of the program chairman, Beach. i Clearwater.

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