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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: November 13, 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
notis - AKF8469
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System ID: UF00079910:00413
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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November 13,1964CIRCULATING UBt-/SHED WEEKLY /CANAL. POINT BV PAUL RARDIN



THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY

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'1 I Corn Brings $3.00 Will Be Sixth Annual 4-H

t Highly Important Sugar Cane Served By Lions

I And Beans $4.05 Bu Awards Are GivenThe
Pancake lovers will have an opportunity -

Discussions Set For Nov. 19The to fill up on pancakes,
Sweet corn is bringing $3.00 per causage or bacon and coffee, all Palm Beach County Sixth
bushel and the supply is good, according you can eat for $1.00 on Friday Annual Awards and Leaders' Rec-
I to official information November 2JJ beginning at 6 a. ,m, ognition .program was held at the
program for the highly important Bus Station OpenIn reaching this office this week. when the Pahokee Lions club will Mounts Building along with the installation -
sugar cane meeting to be Corn was bringing $4.00 for sev- open their doors for continuous of County 4-H Council
held at the Elks Club rooms in Pa- Shell StationBuses eral days but dropped in price as service all day and following the Officers with Nancy Harrington of

hokee on Thursday.: November 19, the supply strengthened.Beans ball game that night. Canal Point presiding. Associate .
at 1:30: p. m., has been announcedby serving Canal Point by the have been selling at a County Agent John Causey made .
Associate County Agent John Greyhound Lines and Trailways good price and offerings broughtas the presentation of 4-H State !
House Is Held
Causey. are now stopping at the Shell Station -, much as $4.05 Wednesday of Open Awards. County Medals winners in
The program will deal with the in Canal Point. Canal Point 'this week. Beans have been in the-girls group were given their .
comprehensive planning of the' has been without a bus station for I short supply until this week when For Pahokee PTA awards by Mary Todd, Home Dem- I

sugar cane industry for the pres- several months until this one open- I the amount. o* offerings climbed a onstration Agent and County Agent -
ent and the years ahead, Mr. ed last week.Palm . : little. M. U. Mounts made the awardsof
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Causey said. All sugar cane grow- I The Glades farming section is Monday night was "Open Houseat County Medals to the boys.
ers are urged to attend and take Beach.Cats I a busy place at this time of the Pahokee P. T. A." with parents Pahokee Canal Point Area
part in the discussion that will naturally I year with "augur, ;; mills grinding given the opportunity to visit their Awards: Adult Leaders, 1 year-
I, come before the meeting. night* and day and the vegetable children's class room and talk with Mrs. Ray Ursry; 3 years-Mrs. T.
:." Program participants for that In PahokeeTonite harvest well under way for the their teachers. Dr. Richard Lane E. Pennington, Mrs. Elmer Max-
afternoon will be as follow: J. N. 1C64-65 season.Legion! presided at the meeting with Bill son, Bruce Bitting; 4 years-Mrs.
Busby, Assistant Director, Agricul- Howard in charge of the flag.ceremony Bruce' Bitting Mrs. VV. E. McCall;
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tural Extension Service University Palm Beach Wildcats come to 10 years-Mrs. A. R. Harrington.State 1
of Florida, Gaineville; W. W. Pahokee tonight for a foot ball Gives Flag Rev. James Baugher pastor of Conference Delegate Certificates '
McPherson, Agricultural Econo- battle with Web Pell's 1864 winless the Canal Point :Methodist church : Penny Pennington and I
mist, University of Florida, l Blue Devils; Last week the gave the, opening devotional. Mrs. Nancy Harrington.4H .
Gainesville; F. le Grand, Assistant county seat eleven trounced the Canal Pt. SchoolThe Hugh Branch reported that 40 State Awards: Mike SholtisH
Agronomist, Everglades ExperI- Golden Rams'of Belle Glade to the children have been clothed by her '- o m e' Beautification, Wrist
ment Station, Belle Glade; D. W. tune, of 42'to 0. That doesn't sound committee since school opened in watch; Ross Harrington, 4-H Field
Beardsley, Grower Member, Glades too good for the Pellmen tonight. Mary L. Crosby Post 170 of I September. Corn Efficiency Production Con
County Sugar Growers Co-op., The Blue Devils made it seven in the American Legion, West Palm Kyle Scott introduced Mrs. Kath- test-silver tray; Nancy Harrington -
Moore Haven; a row last Friday night when they Beach, presented the Canal Point ryn P. Davis ,of Clewlston who is Entomology-Trip to Chicago
J. W. Beardsley, Cane Grower, lost to the Delray ,Beach Seacrest school with the American flag and the new first grade teacher. Room National Congress. November 28-
Clewiston; W. C. Prewitt, Vice eleven by the lopsided score of 39 the state flag in an impressive count was awarded to Mrs. Fowl December 3. '

President, Production, U. S. Sugar to 6. dedication ceremony witnessed by er's first grade':and Mr. Spriggs County Awaids: County Certifi-
Corporation, Clewiston; R. L. Taylor The local youngsters need to win the school children, at 10 a. m. Friday !-! ninth grade. Refreshments were cate Winners--Child Development,

'.. Chief Hydrologist. Central,and a game tonight if. it is at all, pos- November 6. served by Mrs. Dorothy' Stanley, Marsha Pennington, Kandi McCall. ;
Southern Florida Flood Control sible. Losing"so mai7y'"withoutawin Member1-.'of-the.post-attending Rfeteriermsnagei. .ncs..h.'statt> **. Citizenship, ,.E.e.JUYo'; .Pennington. l
District, West Palm Beach; F. C. -'tends to take the spirit out of the ceremony were Mrs. Francis .' 1 Poultry, Nancy Harrington I,':'4
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Slices, Vice President, Personnel, the boys; Gay, Commander; Mrs. Mable Mc- The'remaining county winners .I
U. S. Sugar Corporation, Clewls - Vean, Chaplain; Miss Virginia Lar- Woman's Club Has received certificates. Dress Revue
ton; rick, 1st Vice Commander; Mrs. Winners: Kathy Maxson, Brenda \
W. J. Miller, Jr., General Manager 4-H Club MeetingS Margaret Moors, Finance officer; Maxson, Kathleen Jones, Dianne
Sugar Cane Growers Co-op. of and Mrs. Mildred Larrick, Adjut- Wednesday MeetAt BlackweU, Ralena Ursry, Jamie

Florida, Belle Glade; John B. Nov.. 19! ant. Gibson, Teryl Echols, Jackie Van-
; lI'''Boy, Executive Vice President, U. 1 ,t dr grift, Glennle. Trett, Pamela Ur-
S. Sugar Corporation, Clewlston; the noon meeting of the Pa- sry and Reba Jones.
L. P. Hebert, Superintendent and Canal Point Boys and Girls 4-H Scout Workers Are hokee Womans Club Wednesday, County 'Medal Winners: Health
Research Agronomist U S D A club will hold their regular monthly Needed In PahokeeThe Mr. R. F. Hurt Introduced Bob Marsha Pennington;; Home Econo-

Sugarcane Field Station, Canal meeting at the community build- Benedict, vice president of the' nomics; Pamela Ursry; Clothing,.
Point; W. T. Forsee, Chemist inCharge Ing Nov. 19 at 7:30 p. m. Raleigh Girl Handicapped and Mentally Retarded Kandl McCall; Dairying, Peggy
Everglades Experiment Griffis, assistant county agent will borhood Scouts Cypress Nov.neigh-6 Foundation, West Palm Beach Bitting, Walter Webb; Entomol-.
Station, Belle Glade; John Tiedtke, be guest speaker. meeting wes held who spoke on the history of the ogy, Nancy Harrington. -
at Federal
Cane Grower and Director, Sugar The program will be on poultry Everglades communityroom foundation and the advances being Public Speaking, Mike McCall.
at 9:30: a. m. with Mrs. Lau- '
Cane Growers Co-op. of Florida, judging. Bruce Bitting organi- for made with handicapped and meht' *' Teddy McCall; Agriculture, Walter
rie Justice chairman
Belle Glade.Patterson. zational leader and Walter Webb, acting as ally retarded people. i Webb, Ross Harrington; Poultry
president, will be in charge of the the business session. The club voted to donate $10,'to Dicky Strayer; Field Crops, Rosa
Mrs. Leroy Miners was elected : the Mrs. E. C. John- I
CircleIn meeting.All organization. I Harrington; Gardening, Ross Har-
chairman Mrs. Wolver-
parents are urged to attend and. Marge i son, president, presided at the, rington; Junior Leadership, Penny
Monday Meeting ton Girl Scout field director was I short business meeting.Christmas .
with their children. Pennington, Peggy Bitting.;
guest speaker. Mrs. Wolvertonheld : -
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a round table discussion with
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;: ". the leaders and discussed their .
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"' - Monday afternoon 'with Mrs/.J.'L. : : "" -' J' -.; ..- *- ; r0Qi tandlnar ..:= ;:
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..:t .% McCall presiding at the.;;business be Q1nalolnt.': : ..JI;Club 'metThursday ,- The problem:"of..lack: :of. leadership : 'Th$ Pahok d' Garden"Club;,will 4.H-anl'- -:Award n.' 'e. ,"' '.
"1, meeting. Mrs; 'W<, S. Evans aMsted afternoon., November- 5; for the, 'Cadet; and Junior have>:,for their"November: : 17th ton., : A' nJhgf..,
by Mrs. C. B. Jones presented the at home of Mrs. Fay Ursryadult; meeting, a "Cliristmas) Ideas" pro-, .
} discussed
troup was and anyone -
,''''''-. program "Worship through Inter- leader. The officers'.elected were as gram. It will be free and open to .i
wishing to work with the girls is
cessory Prayer". Baskets of food follows: Ralena Ursry president; urged to call Mrs. Miners or Mrs. the public from 10 a. m. to 1 p.: '"ml: Florida Steel Is ..

are being planned as Thanksgiving Sybil .Hayes, vice president; Pa- Justice as soon as possible. at the Everglades Federal Savingsand Award Winner
gifts to shut-ins. trice Hoyle, secretary; Kay Hall, Loan building In Pahokee.,, ," .. . t't '
refreshment chairman,'Pam Ursry, - This is a public service programand
Rollins College Is recreation chairman; Kathy Jones, AT TAMPA MEETINGBandmaster anyone wishing to get a new: t 'TAMPA -""The Florida State
devotional chairman and Ann Val- and Mrs. Robert O. or old idea for Christmas d c9?" I.Chamber:: of Commerce has award., :ijI
i. 79 Years Young here, reporter.The Lampi spent this past weekend In rating please come by. The ideas I ed its '"Employer of the Year .
girls'received their 4-H Tampa where Mr. Lamp} attended will be on dii play so you may Award" to Florida Steel Corporation.
WINTER PARK-The oldest institution Project Books for the 'year and sessions!! of the Florida Bandmasters come and go at your own conven- I ., The award annually goes to; j
t of higher education in Glennie Trett led In some old 4-H Association executive board ience during the hours stated the firm that has contributed, the,
Florida is celebrating its 79th an- I i songs. The parents were sent invitations meetings. While there they were above. All members of the club most toward employment of the j jI
niversary. Rollins College openedits to the 'next 4-H meeting the guests of Mrs. Lampi's par- will arrange the program 'with I'I handicapped. 1

annual Anniversary Convocation The County Awards meeting .ents, :Mr.: and .IrH. C. B. William Mrs. Jcoi Elliott in charge., Florida Steel was nominated for -I
t, recently by" citing honor which will be held in West_ Palm son. - i I I the award by the Greater Tampa

:" groups within the college. Beach on November 14, at 7:30: Canal Pt. Garden Chamber of Commerce "because of ,
1 Delivering the feature address at was also discussed.For ALASKAN VISITORS Us policy of basing their employment I
--. the convention was Hugh F. Mc- the program. Glennis Trett Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Powell have Club Meet Nov. 19 i practices solely on qualifications J

Kean, Rollins president, who discussEd gave a talk on Public Speaking.The as their guests, their n-in-law for the JOb" according to
"Rollins in the Coming meeting wa adjourned at ird daughter. Cept. and Mrs. Robert Th Canal Point Garden Club Charles Hampton, chairman of the
Years." :5:45.: 7 tiers cn,l son, Mrrty and will tier; Nov. 19 at the Community chamber's Total Employment Com-'
B-:"dl *v. The Lucas family have buIJd'- g'at 8 p. m. Guest speaker mlttee. J

Albert Fremd recently attendedthe Mrs. Let'lean Menotte' of Jacksonville recently ,returned from Anchorage,I wiU! he Norman Becona, assistant The firm presently employs 26.

funeral of his sister, Mrs. is ,the houseguest of her Alaska where they have resided for. county agent who will speak people who could be classified as ;.,
Howse in West Palm Beach. cousins, Mr. and Mr*. M. J. Sapp. the 'past.three years. : I|on "Shrubs and Trees..". being; handicapped. '

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w1 A Iey .nd tc1chUdren. and Mrs. W. O. Moss ..th1s- :wpaewi'nekend. ,dqug .ter. 'Mr.''e.h"%. )*[rs. Kenneth,
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'Tai :-Rardil lpidig'' } In ,Canal? Point; Florida .

THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE'REGION HOME OF X JISTRICQ o f,FLORIDA in electing,me..to a sixth term. j.'fin .1 .'

..1 rMEHTBYlRGLA'DES: : .. the.r United. jStates?:'House of Representatives. '/;, atJ:t n't
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pledge my continued full-time1 efforts to effectively <,
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without :
Interruption Every Week for 40 Years represent our area in Washington; D. C. ) .
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A",number of itema/pertaining to, ing to a': report made Monday by :1: .. ,', -. 1 ,-./ '"J .'(( ::'
the county's road"program were up County Engineer George Frost. ..r ;, ..l A& Aflil t Rotll
for action before the county com- He told the 'county commission : -'er., ItlAi nB >" t- ", dL
mission Monday. that when the bond program was i- i .
They Included: adopted several years ago that a : ii

Approval of ,the board ,for $4 million fund had been set aside ..:i. Phone'924":5511' Phone WY 62550elle Glade a
for right of and retirement of ,
acquiring a parcel of right of wayS way r X
for extension old bonds and the $11 million balance ..
of Congress Ave T SALES and SERVICE ii }
at its south terminus-right ofi earmarked for actual con- v- .
I which the board said would struction work. j..
way <> Heating Air Appliances .
Conditioning -
step up action on the project. Delays in planning, he said, has -. .A
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ment of Forest Hill, Blvd. some of the road building to keep
Instructed the county engineerto the program within the amount'of
contact the State Road Department the bond issue.
'. In, an effort to get a ,copy Frost asked permission to meet
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of the proposed alignment for extension J
.-. of Monet Road between the in.an attempt to project all ,) _
finances on the various' projectsand .
C"Inland Waterway-.and U. S. ,High- ;+- I
f''way No. 1. then confer'with the commission .
Took under advisement, a request on which' projects 'should :be : 0A'

.,'i from community of''Palm deferred untill construction. money 6..t : _: .1:.
becomes available.The .
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a.road side shelter.on-county-right county' engineer said muchof ,' "
of the delay has been caused by ..
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.. ., Approved right of.way.maps forp the inability of the state road de- /
Seacrest Blvd. and'2nd Ave.North partment to oret.-plans for the pro- ..
r e' in) the Delray,Beach area. jects, in -order. ,
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The,County Commission Monday County Commissioner Lake Ly- ,(
proclaimed the.>week of Nov. 8. to tal said this set of facts should be r. L 11rtiJt8\!
:14 as.'A.merican..Education. Week. called. to j the ,attention of' .Palm r J \ -
Beach, County's [legislatlve''delegation ,
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:tleard, that 'the. Florida Shore with a request that planningof Ht: :
and Beach Preservation -Assoclarj this, type divorced. from the \
''tlon; will meet' at 'Delray Beach on road department."This .
Is another, example where1'
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Heard that about $60,000 In Federal the .State Road Department Is.not
.; funds< hare been made avail in .a position to .handle more than ''t
-.' ablo for Improvement of, the-:coun primary roads,'!' Lytal 'said: .This; '
ty's airports at' Lantana:-and.,PaMhokee. type project? he said,, should,, be 'tv.' T9$ Hm {t.
,i left to the 'c countys" themselves. g .,

Decided to:,,'se-t up a,'conference '" r. . ;.. ,
.'C''With!representatives of;,the-';Butler LEADERSaXJpMEET nit
*:arAviatiotli( t Oorp/; to..!ipi view a frmti of .
-""I"auUer'8 ;Ioqe..' *...a-:baa.app ,fatorAilport 4-H,,leaders; will,i ..meefNoV.;:' 19 .at li A, I

t' tt. 1IElernaonaI ;)t@ -u ama :9:30: ., ar/ mr at they Glades_ _office '
pasrkingnceaunQllor.! "gti0gal building In''Belle -Otadowith.rUisa"Tune .:;eIcfi.ifi "

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1 "t'palii0[ {irBDaclr IAinb'! !;$11'Ir1tnilr agent and.Jlnl.. ii4kraition I ;;
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.held.'a, the-Glades Liveatjock'Markety4'morethatf F very1day,mo>lNtend, aot .Q o 1 farm and-dairy 1

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* irft I You'llnjothe: ;( :excellent'service'; .you''receive I here cows; grinding Jeedi "-fflBpin g:.watecrr-. gyres .OJ,

arli 1 at'thie'Market.Wemake an effort at aUtimes. to I i .... oflc',chores; quickly;t efl iently/_ ,*.:automatically_ . .

I give an outstatidinB:?$rvice to buyer,and.seller;; Give -, ", Sand,cheaper;vioo.a : "

l; us'a.trial. : iNowvCh.aparThan, Ever_ GO ALL fLECTRICI.! ..than
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SUNDAY VISITORS ATTEND OES.MEETING ,', "!.>t i*..iV ;'Vt .. .
Weybrecht Has 38 Mr. and Mrs. Duke Tucker had I :Members of the Pahokee chapter

I fPERSQ.NAL( NEWS NOTES I Years With County as Sunday dinner guests, her nephew of the Eastern Star attending ,
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rich- the official visit of the Worthy ':
Probably one of the longest ser- ard Watkins and sons of Orlando '
vicj records of any county em- their daughter Miss Dorothy Tucker Grand Matron of the Order of
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Mr. and Airs.: Bob Maxson and Mr. and Mr. John Rogers were i ployee, that of August A. Wey- of Miami, her sister Mrs. Maxine -I j Eastern Star at Clewiston Friday
son Todd of Boca Raton were the Sunday guests of her mother, Mrs. brecht, drew an official resolution Joyce, Mr. and Mrs. George 'night, were: Mrs. Homer Barnes,
weekend guests of her parents1 Sarah Young .n Miami. I of'approbation: this week from tho Tucker and family and Miss Gerry 3 r.3. Ruth Meredith: Mis. M. 'P*.
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Parrish and his - County Commission. Hicks of Miami. I George, :Mrs. Edna Barrett, Mrs. .
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Max- Taylor Circle Has Weybrecht, who retired as superintendent . .. Perry Sizemore, Mrs. F. H. Fund-
of the county road and Mr .and Mrs. Grady Boyntonhad I erburke, Mrs. Mary Young and
son.Mr.. and Mrs. W. S. Cross have Regular MeetingMonday bridge department on October 1 PS Thursday guest'!. Mr. and Mrs. Adaline Wroten.
been spending this week in West this year, has marked up a total of Mrs. J. :M. Albritton and Mr. and .
Palm Beach attending some prop- night the Alberta Taylor 38 years as a county employee.The Mrs. Jordan Hancock of Palatka.I Mrs. Jess Elliott and Mrs. E. II.
erty they: own there. circle met at the home of Mrs. board's official resolution .. - I Walston spent this past weekend
Mrs. Alma Nall has returned to R. G. Martin. Mrs. Roberto Ar- called attention to \Veybrccht3long Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Colvarl I Iin Lakeland where they visited
her home following surgery at rieta presided at the business service in many capacities as'left Monday for Tampa where they : Elliott's mother, Mrs. Emma
Good Samaritan Hospital in West meeting at which time it was decided a county employee. He was commended have been attending the Florida Wheeler and sister, Mrs. Clyde
Palm Beach. ", to serve refreshments to the for his "long faithful and I Baptist Convention this week. I Harvey.
Mrs. Jenny McKinstry has returned G. A.'s, R. A's and Sunbeams for efficient service to the people of
to her home following a their community mission program. Palm Beach County."
stay at Good Samaritan Hospital Sunshine baskets will be preparedfor Commissioner Lake: Lytal credited -
where she underwent tests. i shut-ins for Thanksgiving. The the veteran employee with play-
Mrs. Paul Rardin and Mrs. R. T.I December meeting will be held at Ing a great part in the develop- My Sincere Thanksto
Smith left Tuesday for Tampa the home of Mrs. Arrieta. ment of Palm Beach County. LI }'-
where they attended the Florida .. . I tal said his remarks expressed the
the thousands who voted to the hundreds Who
Baptist Convention. St. Regis Co. Man gratitude of many people in the
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas Jr., county. worked so diligently and to the more than 400 who
and children, had as weekend Named Head FPRA Commissioner E. F. Van Kessel financially contributed to the "Andy" Andrews
guests, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. named Weybrecht as the one man
campaign for County Commissioner In the Nov.
Joe Kelly of Ft. Pierce. MIAMI-Robert E. Phillips, pub- who had been of great help in
Mrs. Bill Rogers and son Billyof lic relations executive With St. acquainting Van Kessel with the' 3rd general election."Andy".
Ft. Myers were the Saturday Regis Paper Co. of Jacksonville, county operations when he was
guests of her mother. Mrs.Maxlne was installed as president of th* elected to the board. "His training -i AndrewsPaid
Joyce. Florida Public Relations Association ." Van Kessel said "I most
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Collins an- at the close of the group'* deeply appreciated."
nounce the arrival of a son, Randall 26th annual convention in Miami Presentation of the resolution to Pol. Adv.
Lewis on November 5. recently. Weybrecht was made by Paul Rar-
Mrs. David Johnson of Sparta, President-elect of the association . din vice chairman of the commis- - .. .,..
Tenn., is the guest of her son-in- is Stirling Turner, assistant sion.On
law and daughter Dr. and Mrs. to the director of nylon manufact- hand to watch the proceed-
W. T. Gist and family uring of the Chemstrand Companyin ings were all the top level associates MY MOST
Mrs. Lena Dobrow is a patient Pensacola. Newly elected vie;:: of Weybrecht.,from the road ,
at Good Samaritan Hospital in presidents are James Hunter, ad- and bridge and county engineer's
I West Palm Beach. ministrative assistant of the Flor- department, including B 1 a i n e
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Elliott of ida Hotel and Restaurant Commis- Williamson who succeeds Wey Grateful
Gainesville will be the guests of sion of Tallahassee, and Frank A. brecht as Superintendent of the AppreciationTo
: his parents, Mr.\ and Mrs. Jes Elliott Graham Jr., executive vice presi- county road and bridge depart-
I t this weekend. dent of the Florida Consumer Fi- ment.
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Miss Margaret Rose Kistner of nance Association of Tampa. -
a West Palm Beach was the weekend The statewide association of :'Party In Honor Of the voters and to those who worked so
guest of her grandparents, Mr. and public relations people met at the :1'
II Mrs. II. J. Anderson where her Everglades Hotel in Miami for two Hester SchultzMrs. wholeheartedly in my behalf in reelecting I
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grandmother is confined to her days and heard public relations experts -
home due to illness.Mr. discuss their field of endeavor : Lee Parker entertained at me County Tax Collector. I
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I and Mrs. Vann Bardln and ,through a series of panels sem- their home with a bride's calling
daughter of Waycroas, Ga., are inars and addresses. shower honoring Mrs. DouglasH
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Mrs. Bob Bardin in Canal Point. i CLASSIFIED ADS PAY was Faith Hester Schultz.
Yellow hibiscus corsages were I .courteous administration.
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Earl mother Schultz, Mrs.and Helen the Watson.bridegroom's As- STETSON 0. SPROULTAX

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1t,. ... The Methodist Church Sdut1rb1de i : Church Canal Point her 7th birthday. The 17 guests at.tending -*;;

\MrMan4s. Jes L. Humphrey.Jr ; .enjoyed games directed by'
J Canal Point, Florida t"- 'B K 1iB trChurch f*P'ahokVe.knrfouncfe'the>> ;: birW 'dnaVs dousltf'Bevferly! ; Wilkinson...'

<.. Jr r of"a daughter Lou' ''Anne born Mrr-W.:-A.-Stevens assisted her'
totn" Stewa"PacterD
Belle ; laderbss yrl erica
\ :NI. James W. Baugher, Pastor .." I( 4-- Co S November 2. daughter in serving refreshments:'
Alley oa :o : .
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SUNDAY: Mr. and Mrs. George W. Rashley -
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9:45: a. m.-Sunday School. of Pahokee announce the birthof ATTENDS CONVENTIONRev.
e 1;00 'a, ;fin-Se c trl or1 : m..:!...Mornln Worship
) 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship .'=' a daughter; Robin Arlene, born Lawrence Stewart left Mon-
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.6:00: m.-Evening Worship Novetnbey"2.Mr.Y'and"Mrs.. the Flortd
t: l p. day for Tampa and
I TUESDAY: ,6:3O: p m.-We. -;f..Bjb'la Study 7:30'p.'rm.r' Eveni'ffe- Worstiip! ': Lo'nrjfcTjtlay i Johnsof Baptist Convention which is being

8:00: p. .-Woman's Society WEDNESDAY.: 4 M C Canal"Point ann mflce'the J' birth held at the First Baptist Church
) 1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY sf1iI: 'jC: tJ li *' 7:30 p. mPrayer'. MeetingFirst of a sori7BrfanXieefN6vember; 3. there. He was Joined in Okeechobee -'

t : Chtiiteh' Mr!"and :MrS.'*John V. Thornton by Rev. Marshall Cooper pastor -

I' t 7:30 p. m.-Prayer. Meeting Bai.:p iSt i of Indiantown;;announce- the birthof of the Okeechobee Baptist
- a son:; John""'V. 'III, born November Church.
,' I J First Methodist Father Francis ..Fciuie,;,;I'aptt r' GKurch?CanaFPoihrElder1 i 4: . .

Sunday ,Mass -_llj3O; Ji.'in. . Mn and rMrs; 'Frederick; Wether- BIRTHDAY PARTY
;q Church, Pahokee Confessions before. - .MassChurchrOjPGbd .; "'Lesfer""Reams' ington' of BeUGlade% announce Mrs. Bill Rogers entertained at'
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9:45
John A. Briley, Pastor --Sunday Ann, botn"Novcniber'6. Tucker, Saturday afternoon with a
t SUNDAY: 11:00: "a. fm. Mdrn1nj'Worsht i'p' 'ReV; anfl'''Mrs 'Jart1 s'('A. Fentonof birthday party honoring Mrs. Paul'
y Barfieltf Highway 6:30p.: m.'B.1'|:. C. '. "
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9:45: a. m.-church Behoof11OO South'jBay'announce'the: birthof Tillery, Mrs. Adaline Wroten
,. Worship .J. 7 30"p.: ,hi.Evening': 'Worship'. 'Kelli Leeann born .
: I : a. m.-Morning a daughter Mrs. Lennie Baxter.Classified
PahoKee,'Fla TUESDAYS1'i ;i.J .'
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7:45 J. W. HughesMiiintbrPhone ; : ,.
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', rUESDAY: ;|k i 7:30 'p': 'm.-Midweek Prayer Ads
7:00: p. m.-Vesper Choir prac : .. | "** i';, Service Miss'I3ailandtisHonored''At'Sh"owir:
9:45: a. m.-Sunday' SchSoi">
y, f ticeWEDNESDAY ::Every: other week'
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship want ads or
T\ r : : POSITIVELY all
\ 7:30 p. m.--Ladles'AuxiliaryMeeting.:
t 1 7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions 7:30: p. Evangelistic "Ser classifieds, as you wish to call '

{, : viceTUESDAY - Miss Ive Hand tune honored with them, are payable in advance from

1 8:30: p. m.-Senlor Choir practice : Church Of'Gbd' a calling shower Tuesday, Nov. 10 his day forward. Don't phone 'em'
7:30: p. m.-.prayer', Service I The from 8 till 10 p. m. at the home of I Write it and drop a dollar bill in

M MMWW HBVBBB M MM l'I THURSDAY: Of"Prophecy, ,PahokeeCanal Mrs. Beula Boe. A color scheme of the envelope* It you want it run
7:30 p. m.,-Youth, for Christ once. $2 if want it run twice
First BaptistChurch Point Road/>! pink and aqua was used with the I you
Service. refreshment table laid with a white and so on.
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Pahokee I John H. Kinard," pastor cutwork linen cloth and centered
FOR SALE: New and Used Willys
The Pahokee ChurchOf 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School with a floral arrangement of pink
1 Guthrie W.: Colvard; Pastor 11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service miniature mums flanked by silver Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garagein
t SUNDAY: The NazareneRev. Belle Glade, Phone 6-3058.
7:45: p. Evangelistic Service candelabra and pink tapers.
0:45: a. m.-Sunday School I Wlllard: 'Kllpatrick 8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.LB. Mrs. Ron TerHaar served at the Oct. 1754ch.
3 1:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
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8:00 p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. guest book. Hostesses with Mrs.
433 Bacom Point Rd. WHAT'S: IN THE ATTIC that you
6:45 6:00: p. m.-Evening Worship Union Phone 924-7523 P. O. Box 882 Everyone welcome. Special music Boe were Mrs. Jess Elliott, Mrs." don't need? A $1.00 classified adn

WEDNESDAY: p..m.-Tralnlng SUNDAY SERVICES: and singing. Olaf Boe, Mrs. Elmer Jones, Mrs. this column will probably find

7:30 : Service 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School - William Fletcher, Mrs. RobertMackey :you a sale. Just write your ad, enclose -

: p. m.-Prayer. 11:00: a. m.-Sunday Worship' Holy Nativity and Mrs. W. C. Young.I, a dollar and we'll do the rest.
Miss Hand was presented with a 'The News
6:30: p. m.-Juniors Everglades Canal Point,
Glades Baptist Church 7:00: p. m.-Sunday Evening Episcopal ChurchPahokee portable mixer and hostess set,j:Fla.

Evangelistic Service from the hostesses.: ,ROOMS FOR RENT: Weekly or
(Rev. Jonathan L. Wolf) WEDNESDAY: ....... I
Meets in Pahokee Lions Club 7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer Rev.,L. Lossing, Vicar' monthly Call 924- 681 or 924-
3331.
SUNDAY: Lucky Star Dude Ranch, N.
Building. meeting. 10 m.-Sunday School New Sunday School of Canal Point on U. S. 441.
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SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45: a. m. "Where but
, .. you are a stranger Oct. 9-tf-ch
11:00'a.: m.-Worship Service Class'' OrganizedMrs.
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PREACHING-11:00: a. m. and once. I
7:30: p. m. - - SEPTIC TANK PUMPING AND

SUNDAY B. Y. F.6:30: p. m. CLASSIFIED.ADS PAY Church"Of Christ ..;jPatsy Catoe ,was: electedpresident I REPAIR Service in Clewiston,

WED. PRAYER-7:30: p. m. BIG DIVIDENDS' of the newly formed South Bay, Belle Glade, Pahokeeand

__ ,-. ___ -' 125 'N.. W.. Avenue D "Loyaletts" Sunday school class of I Canal Point. Serving the
nO -- the Young Adult department of the Glades 20 924-
] Phone WY_ 6-3867 for years. Phone
'...,i Belle Glade Fla.' First Baptist> Church, Monday I 5626. H. L. Pitts, old Belle Glade
:SUNDAY SERVICES night at the .home' of the teacher, road. St. Oct. 16-ch.tf
Mrs. Lee \Vroten::
10:00: a. m.-Bible Study
: elected FOR SALE: Maytag Gas familysize
Others l were Mrs. Cecile
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I ,7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship Watson, vice president; Mrs. Linda Stove, practically new origanally -
'0'f WEDNESDAY TerHaar, secretary; Mrs. Edith priced $298, $100 cash. Call
Lester and Mrs. Betty McCoy, 924-7600, J. T. Platt.
7:30: p. m.-Bible Study
leaders.A .
group I FOR SALE: One electric refrige-
buffet dinner with Christ-
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St. Peter's Lutheran rator. Also one Frigidaire elec-
mas theme is being planned for
tric range. $15 each. Mrs. W. P.
Church Belle Glade Dec. 11 with husbands as invited
Pope, Canal Point, Fla. ItpdHOUSE -
guests. The dinner will take place f' _,
iI''! .AQgtTst koerbejPaator* atHhe-home.of-Mrs.-- Wroten.Mrs. -FOR RENT: Two bedj -

.f} eol 'Wj.a'1l,: Rd., Belle' ,:Glade1SUNDAY SHkrdn- 'Riehardsoif: 'Hyas 'We* oh\ed ''J j robm'.hon'se for $60 monthly. 1%'''

: asa gues{. RerresHments 'were miles hortn "Canal Point next

Divine Services 11 A. M. served by the hostesses followingthe to Underwood's. Call J. L. McCall

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For instance, they offer you s. safe investment-as long '}
Hoirie/offic Belle Glade and let
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regular purchase of Bonds at when the enemies of freedom t x ,. rainy day.
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Another unique 'advantage Buy Savings Bonds. The ,,
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No words: can amply express my gratitude for the. wond-


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of Public Instruction.


THE MOCKINGBIRD

WAS DESIGNATED THE.OFFICIAL STATE BIRD OF FLORIDABY As long as I aam your Superintendent all the talents be-
THE 1927 LEGISLATURE. KNOWN FOR ITS ABILITY: TO

IMITATE SONGS OF OTHER BIRDS, IT IS A VALUED: ALLY stowed on me by God will be utilized to the fullest extent -
IN MAN'S BATTLE AGAINST HARMFUL INSECTS.

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AS AN ORGANIC COMPOUND, ALSO IS HIGHLY EFFEC- school system, anywhere.

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\ Kick off the fun with newCHEVRON

WMU Circle Meetings held at the home of Mrs. Milton
meeting fearlier this month.
Were; Held Tuesday The December meeting will be

I Douglas: at which time there will

"v\ orshlp through Intecessory be a gift exchange. Mrs. Kenneth

Pra 'r" was, the program poring: was welcomed as a new

ed at the, I"L st Baptist: : present-\, \member.
U circle meetings .

home of the members. Mrs. Le-t''Miss Paula Parson

Shirley was hostess to the Betty
Mills Circle at 9:30: a. m. with Mrs ,Names AttendantsMiss
J.: H. Wilkinson presiding. Mrs. .the LIVELIER gasolines!
I Paula of Belle Glade has ..
Karl Bennett was welcomed as a
member. chosen an her maid of honor ,her
new Mrs. Claude Shirley
announced that the book "Fron- sister Miss Jo Margaret Parson of

tiers of Advance" will be taught by Kansas City, Mo. for her Decem- Smart play! Tank up with'the modern
ber 12 marriage to Rupert Mock
Rev. Guthrie
Colvard
i Monday fuels custom-made
Jr., of Pahokee. The double ring motor to power
night, Nov. 23 in the fellowshiphall
of the church. ceremony will take place at the I your busy life today. Choose from 3

Mrs. M. P. Stanley asked each Community Methodist church !n. " great new Chevron gasolines. Each ....."
Belle Glade at 4 p. m. i
member to bring a gift of food to Miss Parson will be given In ,f,, packed with livelier'performance, long-running :
Mrs. Marvin Crady by Nov. 24 so Besides in Chevron and Chevron Supreme
marriage by tier father Leamon P. economy. ,
that Thanksgiving baskets can be I Parson with Rev. W. R. Boland of- you get Methyl, the antiknock compound
prepared for needy families Mrs. ,.
ficiating.Mr. that helps develop all the built into
Bill Shirley presented the programand power your
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Mock has chosen as his best
the meeting closed with at Standard. Go with Chevron!
was man, his father, Rupert Mock, Sr., car. Stop lively
prayer by Mrs. Wilkinson. of Pahokee. Bridesmaids will be
The Lottie Moon circle met at the We take beh/ercare/ of
Miss Patricia Marker of Tallahassee "j i your car
home of Mrs. J< C. Mock at:3 p. m. Miss ; .
cousin of the I bride; .
with Mrs. L. M. Mullis the ,
reading.
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Marilyn Mock of Pahokee land \
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calender. Mrs. F. G. <3illis
prayer Mrs; David I Ramey of Cocoa, sisters I ISTANDARD1
presented the assisted
program of ,the groom and Miss Cyndy
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Mrs. Marvin Crady Mrs. W; A.
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Friend of West Palm Beach. Kelly '
Stevens and Mrs. L. M. Mullis. The '>
Cowart daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. :, ; s iiP vOlLTrodmorV
closing by Mrs.T .
prayer was given
Billy Cowart'will be flower girl.
\T. fVianfralnMrs. ,.
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Nuptial music will be furnishedby ,
Annette McCurdy was
Miss Karen Vadaaz with Mrs.
hostess to the Taylor Circle
Faye Harold K. Parson, aunt of the
which met at 8 p. m. Mrs. J. D. bride;. soloist.A .
Douglas was co-hostess. The theme
reception following the cere- S 5;.
of their "Worship"a
program was mony will be held at the home of
part of,the play "O Worship the I
,Mr. and Mrs. Garrie Curlee, State
.;,thing"' by Mrs.. John McQuire asfound Road 441 Glades Correctional In

.. ...; in the Girl :Auuiliaryjtnag"Tell" : stitution. FrIends'of the couple are
+ ':ad e and'wsa'pres} it!:<' 'by !:
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>;Intermediate. c. A.svf and :their the reception. "_ \
'1 "leader, Mrs. White.' ,
Lois
Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Mock, Sr.,
Those taking part were Linda will be hosts at a rehearsal buffet
Keene, Linda Nix, Lotus Grey, and
dinner at their home Friday ',De-
Ginger Willis. In the business session -
cember ,11 at 8:30: -p. m.
a special offering was takento I ._ -
help with the'clothing of needy I J
children following a request by Glenda Fay Watson J ?

1 :Mrs.: Hugh Branch, chairman for Weds Clyde Crews .

the Pahokee PTA clothing committee )\ S. r '
to the WMU in their general Mr. and Mrs. John D. Watson
I 497 S. Barfield announce' the mar- f

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.: 1..V i..W! U.I.V I"-UII. "I"-UII.-I Glenda Fay Watson to Clyde 49 i:

Crews, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie _

PRINCE THEATRE Crews of Nahunta, Ga., Saturday,
Oct. 31 at 7:3O: p. m. The ceremony

:" PAHOKEE FLA. took place in the pastorium of the ,1 :
f,i Missionary Baptist Church at Na- <
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hunta with the. pastor officiating
SUNDAY. MONDAY TUESDAY I The bride's only attendant was
I her sister, Mrs. Jean Spivey. Va-
!: : NOVEMBER 15-16-17
line Crews served as his brother'a
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"THE LONGEST best man. The bride was graduatedfrom
';- Pahokee High School with

: ..... DAY"JOHN the class of 1964 and before her
marriage was employed at BoIton' -
WAYNE. ROBERT "CHEVRON","METHYLend CHEVRON design a
A, durg Store. Following a wed
'i f MITOHUM.: RICHARD BEYMER ding trip in Georgia and the Carolinas -

,' 3. RED BUTTONS Mr. and Mrs. Crews will M. .KEEN AgentCanal
make their home at Canton N. C., ,
where he Li associated with Dan-
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