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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 27, 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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I I I Public Hearing On I Funeral Services i Senior Girl Scout Devils Set Record

The Glades Sugar Cane LaborA Troop On CampThe ,

I 'For A Win In 1964The
(By Paul Rardin) I public hearing will be held in I GradyBpynton senior Girl Scout troop 38 of Nary

Miami City auditorium on the Pahokee' Girl Scouts spent this
day, December 2, to Wednes-I past weekend camping with other
A construction program amount-I Funeral services will beheld Pahokee Blue Devils set a
formation in regard to senior Girl Scouts from the Palm
ing to $120,000 has been authorizedby this (Friday) afternoon at two I record during the 1964 foot ball
of foreign labor. All interested Glades council at Camp Welaka in
members of the Belle Glade o'clock in the Community Build- season that has been unequalledsince
parties are urged to attend, I Jupiter. The Saturday night
espec- pro-
Elks club and construction will ing in Canal Point for one of Canal the inception of the gridiron
those in the Glades who The Explorer
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ially area gram was presented by
start on a new lodge hall within Point's pioneer and well loved citi- game in Pahokee back in 1031.
use foreign labor to harvest sugar Scouts of the Order of the
the next three weeks under the direction zens. Death came Tuesday to H. They lost every game this season-
of Bert Roemer, contractor.It cane. - Grady Boynton 73, who was Arrow and was made up of a num- all ten of them.In .
ber of Indian dances. Following1the
will be a completely modern stricken with a severe attack Sat- the annual Turkey Day eve
building on the site of the present 14 Rotarians Will urday morning after which he was program a "Hootananny" was | game with the Belle Glade Golden
held at the lodge for the scouts.
lodge hall. rushed to a West Palm Beach Hos- j Rams, the Pahokee eleven under
pital where everything possiblewas the tutorship of Webb Pell lost the
Palm Beach County State Rep- Be Awarded PinsNext done for him. Corn Drops To $2.00 final game of the season by a score
resentative Emmett S. Roberts, The services this afternoon will of 18 to 7. With the results of the
senior member of the local legisla- be conducted by Rev. Robert Shel- game went the Lions Club Bill
tive delegation, would make an excellent Thursday, Dec. 3, a special ley of Alachua, Fla., former pastorof i Celery Fair PriceThe Young trophy. The trophy established -
member of the Florida Rail- anniversary program will be held the Canal Point Methodist many years ago is a handsome -
road and Public Utilities Commis- by the Pahokee Rotary club mark- church. Burial will be at Port May- I gold cup that has changed
sion. With his many years of leg- ing 35 years since the charter was aca Cemetery.Vetherington Funeral price on sweet corn tumbled hands through the years, all de-
islative experience, coupled with received from Rotary International. home of Pahokee will be in this week and the highly satisfactory pending on which team was the-
Fourteen Rotarians will be hon- of price of $3.00 per crate becamea
arrangements.
his state-wide membership on charge winner-Pahokee or Belle Glade.
many highly important commit- ored with membership pins in the Survivors include his widow, mere $2.00 during the first partof For the records and posteritythe

tees, Mr. Roberts is thoroughly program. Mrs. Katherine E., of Canal Point; the week. The price drop was 10 game losing streak is chalked -
equipped to hold such an office. Past President Paul Rardin, who two daughters, Mrs. Anna Lee brought about by the quality of up below with the official
will receive a 30 year mem- F'aulk, Belle Glade, and Mrs. Clara the corn and the abundance there. scores:

Recent renovations and remodel- bership pin, will be in chargeof Beverly, Ocholcknee Ga.; a son, of in the Lake Okeechobee Regionat Clewiston 13. . .. Pahokee 6
ing have made Averill's Camera the program. He said that wives Joe Tom Boynton, Pahokee; eight this particular time of year. Vero Beach 13 ... Pahokee 12
and of 13 of the 14 members to be hon- and four Celery is beginning to toll to
Shop in Belle Glade an inviting grandchildren great- Forest Hill 14. ...M Pahokee 6
splendidly equipped place of busi- ored will also be in attendance. grandchildren; a brother, Seaton northern markets and the price ha Lake Worth 12 ... Pahokee 0
Rotarians to be honored next three sisters, Mrs. Eldee been fair for first season offerings.
ness. "The Family Photographer"is Eoynton; I Riviera Beach 7 Pahokee 0
ready, willing and able to take Thursday and the number of years Stevens, Bartow; Mrs. Mildred The price has varied this weer Stuart 10Scacrcat .. Pahokee 0
care of all photograph needs in his they have been members of the Knapp Sarasota, and Mrs. Virginia from $2.50 per crate to $2.75 and 39 .. ?, Pahokee 6
newly decorated place. Be careful club as as follows: Oates, Lakeland. growers seem' to be satisfied. Palm Beach 30 _. Pahokee 0
when walk in the front door or 'NAME YRS.J. - Beans in moderate supply have 13 Pahokee 0
you V. Thomas ............................_....... 32 been going to the canning plants *t Ft. Pierce -"
bog in the handsome 18 . PahoUee 7Voting
you new may carpet. up W. C. Young _................................. 32 Sugar SymposiumIs a price of around 300. A few Belle Glade

l ,Paul Rardin _.._.........._..._..... 30 Valentines sold for $3.00 this week ., /
Contractors are busy this week Olaf Boe .....-......................................... 26 also but beans are not the big cropin M
laying the final coating of black Joe Alderman .................................... 25 Set For Dec. 3rd.Dear the Lake Area that they were a Machines
top on State Road 80 between C. G. Willis ..._...?._............._....-..... 24 few years ago. *'
Joe Kahn ..........._.?.-....-....................... 23 Radishes are selling from v5c to
South via Belle Glade to
Bay Grower
Twenty Mile Bend. The newly con- O. B. McClure .._._................_..... 22 Sugar Cane call : atten- 85c per crate. The supply of'pepper Under Lock & Key
I would like
ditioned road is as smooth as a Don Hillier .....-..........-....................... 20 the Sugarcane to your is insufficient to warrant'a price
Claude Shirley, Sr. .................. 19 tion to Symposium quotation. I -
table top. Next in line and certainly Annual
which be held the
kind of treatment Elmer Jones ................................... 19 will at . : County Commissioners took steps
it needs the same The Soil and Sci-
of
James Moore ...........?...-.................. 18 Meeting Crop Monday to provide legal counselfor
Pahokee and
is SR15 between of Florida The
Bascom Belcher ....._...................... 17 ence Society at Local Garden Club board
Belle Glade.
I Holiday Inn in Palm Beach, (oppo- the county canvassing
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site Lake Worth) on December 3rd, or any commissioner who becomes
Workmen are busy this week re- I starting at 8:00: a. m. Dr. Joseph Hears Ass't Agent involved In a court suit seeking a
modeling the building formerly occupied Luther Jones Is Orsenigo, Associate Horticulturist, machines used
re-check of voting
Machine
by Shackford Shop Everglades Experiment Station I
into a suitable place for Harlan will conduct this morning's program The' Canal Point Garden Club November 3rd.
Sears to move his hardware store Signally HonoredBelle met at the Community Building A suit, seeking a review of the
from its present location in the Varieties-Dr. Leo Hebert. Thursday at 3:00: p. m. and heard tabulations on all voting machineswas
Tucker building in Canal Point.' Fertilizers-Dr. Richard Iley. Norman Bezona, assistant county filed in circuit court by Al
Hardware Man Sears recently purchased Glade Herald publisher Culture and managementDrs.LeCroy agent, speak on "Shrubs and trees Zalla, chairman of the county
the old machine shop building Luther Jones was honored Tuesday and Orsenigo. for roadside Beautification". Democratic organization. The suit
from William S. Plumer, Pa- night by the Belle Glade Chamberof Diseases-Dr. Wehlburg. The botany study on "stems"was was dismissed with the plaintiff
hokee head of the Glades Chemical Commerce by being named the Insects and their control-Mr. presented by Mrs. C. B. Strin- given additional time to reflle the
Company. From the looks of "Man of the Year." It was an hon- Gifford. gari. Mrs. Duke Tucker presided at suit }

.: .04 ' .;:. ... 'things it will take several weeks to or rightfully bestowed on a man Nematode Control-Dr. Win- the business meeting. Mrs.' O. H. The county board voted Monday,
,. :- the location, condition who,has been a guiding light in acted hostess. ,
:; :;.. : put new proper : chester. Sheppard as that if the'canvassing-board: ;which r
-: V r .;.; "; for the hardware'operation. ,' the:'community for many years. Rodent Control-C. R.. Madsen. The December meeting will be Is m&de.up of,Commissioner'

'., ,. however, present plans call 'for His many'g od points were named. of the Fish and Wildlife Service. December 17 at the community ge Warren,' Registrar ;Daniel Gor-; '
: everything to be,in 'the new spot in the presentation! '' speech. Weed control-Dr. Orsenigo._ building at which time a programof ham and County Judge Paul Doug:

r not later than February first. Possibly his greatest contribu- Maturity determination Will- Christmas customs and songs las, request counsel, County At'
tion to the economy of the area was ard Doty, U. S. Sugar Corporation. will be presented. A gift exchange torney Harry Johnston shall rep:
;. Speaking of new locations-Lynn his fight for flood control. It was Harvesting and har.dUng-Jos- Is also being planned. resent the board. If the board de-

Shirley and his Texaco products through his work that the program eph Sexton, U S. Sugar, Corporation. clines the offer, the commission ;
concern are making preparationsto was developed that allowed the voted that Johnston should represent -
move to a new location on tha conversion of Glades acreage to the By-product utilization Drs. Annual Meeting Of Commissioner Warren in ,any

highway immediatly north of Shirley production of vegetables and sugar Chapman, Haines and Mr. Cassel- further legal action in connection:
Brothers concrete plant in Pa- cane. man. Glades CattlemenThe with the case. r
hokee. The Texaco man recently The publisher, realtor and devel- This program should be one The county commission also took ,
purchased a plot of ground from oper suffered a severe heart at- that you would like to hear and I note of the delay in the case. and '
the sugar company on the south tack on May 16. After several hope that you can arrange your Annual Meeting of the Palm decided to keep the voting ma- : ,
V end of the "strip" and will make weeks convalescence the 70yearold business affairs to be present. The Beach County Cattlemen's Association -: chines under lock and key until the
extensive improvements before civic leader recovered and was program .starts at 8:00: O'clock in will be held at the Glades litigation is'settled. Ordinarily the
moving his bulk plant. able to return to his active statusin the morning, Thursday, December Office Building, Belle Glade, 'at machines are cleared ten days after

I the community.- . 3rd and will finish by noon. ,8:00: p. m., Tuesday night, December the canvassing board files its re-.
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On Saturday, November 14, the Yours very truly, 1st. A program that should be port but in view of pending court
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recently opened Bank of Belle :I OFF TO CHICAGO John H. Causey I of interest to all has been arranged action, the commission decided to
Glade celebrated its first birthday I :Miss Nancy Harrington, 4-H Jr. Associate: County since buying and selling of cat- keep the machines impounded.This .
anniversary. I leader plans to leave this weekendto Agriculture Agent. tle futures will be discussed by' a required the City of Delray
attend the National 4-H ..
I con-. i (local stock broker. There will be Beach to look elsewhere for voting
Yeggs found a weak spot in the gress in Chicago 111. Miss Harrington Bob Meyer of Cayahoga Falls two or three Directors elected' at machines for a municipal electionon F
wall of the storage box at Everglades -I is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ohio, spent Thursday and Friday: tills inching.Mr Dec. 1. The county had agreed :
s! Federal Savings and Loan A. R. 'Harrington, Canal Point. of last wiek in Pahokee as 'th* I . to loan machines to the municipality : ;

' Association branch office in Pa-t guest of his: fa'- er-1n-aw! and:! and Mrs. Harry Sheppardand i' but cannot follow through because _j''"
hokee last Thursday night and in the bank. However some lati mother-in-law, Mr. and Mr. J. V. ch'Kren' : of Palm Beach Gard- of the court case. Delray t' 0(
1' carried away $2,860.73 in cash. arriving cash was available for the Thomas while! rn a Iruslne-s: tr:.,. CTS che: guests of her parents' Beach said ,it would borrow ma- .
Money taken in at the Federal is I burglars after they rained en Mrs. Meyer remained in Ohio while, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Crady thin chines from, Broward County for .1 ir4.'L ,'i

usually deposited every afternoon trance into the new building. he made the trip. I week. its city election. ,.:." {I.,.:.,..i
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Are The Witnesses Is Constituted

At. Cllurch..I'Ql L JACICSONVItLThe- Florida
:; t I "We're going to Kissimee next
constituted
Travel'Council officially
'feast of fat
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I I itself Nov. 15 an arm of the
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Crum, local
things, MK Miles P.
Palm BfeMOt County Commissioners -
; Florida State Chamber of Com-
UllII presiding minister of Jehovah'sWitnesses
tills' week had visions of merce and sketched'' out plans to
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told the witness congregation
some $50,000 paid''out for right of in Belle Glade at their meetIng fatten the state's $2.5 billion tourism -

IIi I way in West. Prim Beach, going.. I Sunday evening. business. to
down the drain; :MY. Crum went on to explain The council was organized
The honey represents paymentsmade further that he was-referring to a unite private enterprise in the pro-
travel: unsiness
motion of the !
on extension of Chase Ave., three-day religious gathering which
... in West Palm Beach, a project.that witness supervisors Joseph Saia throughout Florida. Lamar is chairman Allenof
The Rardin Building;' In Canal Point FloridaTHE the First Baptist Church wants to and David Bowman, working out West Palm Beach
see' abandoned. orthe witnesses' international of the new group.
LAKE: OKEBCHOBBE: REGION HOME OF Alignment of the road, being financed headquarters in Brooklyn New Future plans for the council call
by the county at the request I York, had arranged to be held at for a survey of the tourism tradeto
THE EVERGLADES NKWS o! the City of West Pal.n'the. Tupperware Home Demonstration help gain an understanding of
Beach, has already been changed Auditorium in Kissimmee, De- what appeals to tourists. Cooperation -
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without three t.r.ies which has made it cember 11 through 13. between the council and the

Interruption Every Week for 40 Years necessary to re-draft plans twice The witnesses will also baptizenew Florida Development Commissionin

Established March 11, 192 Published Every Friday -revisions which have cost an candidates for the ministry developing tourism is another
estimated $5,000.Dr. Saturday. Commenting on baptismMr. aim of the group.
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance'
taken at
Jess Moody pastor of the Crum said, "baptism Is not fc Most concrete action
The Everglades News Ta Entered at the Post Office church appeared before the county step to wash away sins or to cause the council's first annual meetingwas
In Canal Point Florida as Second Class Matter board Monday saying that the ex- one to repent rather repentanceand the adoption of a resolution
.... tension of the road would damage* reverence must precede water calling for state signs at exits of
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher Sunshine State Parkway and
church property. He said that the baptism. This was expressly stated the
congregation voted against the by the Apostle Paul In Acts 26.20." other express highways designating
project only last week. Mr. Crum said, "we consider the ,nearby tourist attractions and
Here Is What Transpired At Monday's The pastor explained that a com- Bible an absolute necessity for asking for markers on federal and
mittee of deacons who previouslyhad strength guidance and counsel in state highways letting tourists
Ii Meeting Of The Palm Beach I approved an alignment for the these urgent times. Although we know attractions are nearby. The
road, had been voted down by the communicate with God daily State Road Department will be
County CommissionThe congregation. through prayer when we need the asked to set up criteria for attrac-
l' County Attorney Harry Johnston Bible'' it is really God communica- tions to be recognized and establish
!.' ----- - said the board couldn't abandonthe ting with us; thus we establish a signs near each recognized at

engineering firm of Adair Delray Beach and R oca. Raton project since It was part of a channel of communication betweenus : traction.
and Brady was named this week by West Roads.Young bond issue already validated in and God." -
the county commission to prepare .. I court. A change in the road alignment Mr. Crum added that this will Mrs. W. P. Hitchcock is a patient
plans for improvement of airportsat he said would be permiss- be the Winter gathering for 19 at Everglades Memorial Hos
Lantana and Pahokee. : Ezzell Is able.The congregations located in Central pital.
,;qL'1, Plans for Improvements at the Promoted To A-1C commission referred the Florida which are referred to as
two airfields are due by March 1. matter to the City of West Palm Florida Circuit No. 8. David Bow- NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO

In other airport actions the com- BALBOA.Canal Zone JosephW. Beach with a proviso that the man is the supervisor of the Circuit REGISTER FICTITIOUS
county commission Is willing to and visits each
mission instructed County Engineer regularly con- NAME
Ezzell, son of Mrs. Ida V.
,. : George Frost to contact the Shields of 3418 Bacom Point Pa- abandon the project If the city so gregation. Notice is hereby given that the

r State Road Department in an effort hokee has been promoted to air- desires. - undersigned, under the provisionsof
:,. to get a definite alignment for man first class in the U. S. Air The county right of way depart- THANKSGIVING AT HOME Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida,
1-95 in the area of International Force at Albrook AFB Canal Zone. ment said several parcels of rightof Acts of 1941 will register with the
: Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Boe motoredto
Airport. Engineers now at work Airman Ezzell is radio way have already been secured Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
a
opera- Orlando Tuesday night to meet
. on a new airport complex a -several paid for and in one Instance for Palm Beach County Florida,
ii say tor in a unit that supports the Air their daughter. Miss Pam Boe and
definite location for 1-95 is neces- Force Communications Service a home has already been upon receipt of proof of publicationof
Miss Verlon Jones daughter of Mr.
demolished and the land cleared for
sary before proceeding too far with this the fictitious
mission of maintaining communications Mrs. notice name
road construction. and Elmer Jones, who will
kc complex plans. I to-wit:
for control of global Air
E. V. Faircloth, a member of the spend Thanksgiving holidays
* The commission also voted to demolish Force ASSOCIATED BUILDING
operations. with their parents. Both girls are
church committee, said the churchis
ll a storm damaged hanger at MAINTENANCELake
The airman, graduate of Paho
a freshmen at Huntington College
*' to into court to stop
I prepared
Lantana The board go
Airport. was kee Senior High School, attended Birmingham Ala. Worth. Florida
l advised that a second hanger at : Florida State University Canal the project. He also advised the Under which we are engaged In
the field, will have-i to repaired Zone extension. commission that the project is be- business in Lake Worth Palm
f before the next hurricane season. i ing opposed by the association of HOME FROM ITALY Beach County Florida. That the .
In other actions > Monday the I . former mayors In West Palm I Mrs. Russel Collins and children parties Interested In :'said business
' commission: Ramey Family Has Beach, on the basis that the improvement spent several days with her parents are Patsy Sue Wayman and Al
, Instructed the engineering- will not help aleviate a Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Gillis Douglass. That the firm name is
partment to start acquiring rightof Thanksgiving Meet traffic problem.in the area. following a two year stay in Italy Associated Building Maintenance.To .
way for' MaCkay Radio I Road - i where her husband has been stationed be published once a week for
near Jupiter. Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mrs. J. B. Elliott of Ft. Lauder- ; by the U. S. Air Force. Mr. four successive weeks In a news-
Approved a resolution calling Mr. and Mrs. George B. Ramey dale spent Thanksgiving Day with and Mrs. Collins plan to leave this paper of general circulation In
for improvement of Bond Way in were her sister and brother-in-law her granddaughter and family Mr. weekend for Lackland Air Force Palm Beach County.
the south end of the county and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Beach of West and Mrs. Lee Wroten. Base in San Antonio,' Texas. Pub.Nov. 27, Dec. 4, 11, 18, 164.
awarded the contract to 'Hari Hartford Conn.; her brother and
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gineer to draw plans for improve daughter and.son-in-law. Mr. and
ment of the southern extension of Mrs. Hugh Miller and family of
Bond Way. Rockledge; their son and daught-
Authorized the purchase of 1OO- I er-in-law :Mr. and Mrs. David announcing
000 pleasure maps, for the county Ramey of Rockledge; and their
-half of them to be distributed nephew and family :Mr. and Mrs.
from the county, Welcome Station Kenneth Williamson and: son Ken THE OPENING OF OUR NEW ,
and the balance to be furnished to of Indlantown.
county.'Chamber of Commerce organizations i . -
for_distribution. AUXILIARY MEETING ChristmasHub i H1
Approved a,lO-hour-' day,working The Auxiliary the Canal Point 1' .
schedule for a county dredge Baptist Church met Monday afternoon PI /
now pumping in Laic Oaborne. following their reguler meetto -
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Authorized ,prepa. *Uoiv, of an pack. and; deliver"'the Sunshine (
'alignment and ri&!Htpf: way map Baaktotar to "hut/ ..ins<' In,>tile .com .
for.extension of Jog RosUL between+ munity.
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Are regularly Held- at the Glades Livestock Market for the convenience of our customers and friends.


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i at this Market. We make an effort at all times' to have $25.OO, $50.OO'or 100.00. for Christmas shoppingnext

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Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33438 .

} Wilder Twins Have I ENTERTAIN. and Mrs.CHOIRSRev. Guthrie Colvard

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PERSONAL
NEWS i Mrs. Edgar Wilder entertainedwith Baptist choirs Church of the Monday Pahokee afternoonat First
party
Bar-B-Que birthday of the
a their home in place reg-
BIRTHS ; of her I
Leigh Ann Tillery >Is spendingthe Among the many fans attendingthe honoring the ninth birthday and Carolon ular choir practice at the church.
Thanksgiving holidays with F. S. U.- U of F. football game twin! daughters, Caron 4:30 The children were accompanied by
her parents, Mr. and Mrs.. Paul were Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Mock Mr. ur.drJ.: A. W. Schell, Jr., Saturday Nov. 21 home.from Each: their sponsors, Mrs. Bill Moss, Mrs.
Tillery. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Friend, Mr. till 6:00: p. m. at her Lee Parker and Mrs.. Lee Shirleyand
and :Mrs. Dan Carpenter, :Milton (Jeannie Platt) of Lompoc, Cali- guest was given a pencil case par- toured the pastorium and
Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Brackin of Carpenter and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd fornia, announce the birth of a son, ty favor. Mrs. Wilder was assistedby grounds in order to become more
Eagle Lake will be the guests of Hundley. August: William Schell, III, on November Mrs. Poucha Valdes.AM'ItECh1TION familiar with their pastor and his
their son and daughter, Steve and 20. The maternal grandparents wife. Refreshments)were served by
Elinor Brackin, of Pahokee during Mr.. and Mrs. Paul RardIn had as are Mr. and Mrs. J. T. I I Colvard.
Mrs.
the Thanksgiving weekend. guests for Thanksgiving, Mr. and Platt of Pahokee and the paternalgrandparents I I 'W. .
Mrs. C. M. StanfIeld, Jr., and fam- are Mr. and Mrs. A.i I want to take this opportunity I Unwin this
Miss Linda Wilson and :Miss and Paula Morse of Lake all of friends who i AlcVayne spent
I ily Mrs. W. Schell, Sr., of Baltimore, to thank my I the guest of his
Eloise Elliott of Andrew College,: Worth. Maryland. were so kind to me during my recent i past weekend as
Cuthbert, Ga., are spending the - illness in the hospital. Your 1 I II! parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Unwin
their Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Boynton were cards enroute to Moody Air Force Base,
Thanksgiving holidays with Mrs. M. D. Geiger has returnedto prayers, visits, flowers and \
parents. called home from a visit with his! Valdosta, Ga., from Saigon, Viet
her home from Everglades Memorial meant so much to me. I
sister Mr. and he has been stationed.
brother-in-law and Mrs. Ray Hawk, Sr. ,Nam where
Miss Jan Plumer is the guest of Mrs. Max: Beverly at Ocholochnee, Hospital.

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William I Ga.. Saturday.. Nov. 22 by the serious __ ___ _. __ __ __ h __ ____uua_............................

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and son are the guests of his parents sister, Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Mock.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam McKinstry,
Jr., enroute to his new assignmentat Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux
the Dallas, Texas Air Force were the Thanksgiving; guestsof = Service Station i
k Base. her niece In Ft. auderdale.Mrs. :

r' 1 Miss Yvonne Thompson of Stetson Pope Sears and her daught-

I. University is spending the lahassee where Gale attended the AND RESTAURANT
i i Thanksgiving holidays with her er Gale spent the weekend in Tal- _
F. S. U. U. of F. football game.
parnets, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thompson. -
They were accompanied by Mrs.
I' Ray Singletary and Mrs. W. C.
and Mrs. J. S. Atkins spent Young.Mr. il SITEFOR .-_-

t"Mr.Thanksgiving day In West Palm and Mrs. Calvin Padgett and
Beach as the guests of their soninlaw children, Jimmy and Mandy of : t
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Waldo, spent the Thanksgiving :
.'j Gary Shelby and family. holidays with her parents Mr. and -
r': Mrs. A. H. Scruggs and his parents -
Nt: 1 Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Collins and Mayor and Mrs. Duncan Pad-
f' I infant son, spent ThanksgivingDay
g. \ with her parents, Mr. andk' gett.Mr.
:Mrs. Robert M. Johnson in St. Pet- and Mrs. Gerald McRae and Lease
ersburg.Mrs. children visited friends in the Pa- I .
hokee-Canal Point area during the =-==. =.:.:=
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her daughter and family, Mr. and a week's visit with her par- .. LOCATED ON
Mrs. Audie Hooks In Clewiston. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spencer.Mrs. .

Dr. and:Mrs. James McCall and B. Elliott and daughters, !
vi children of Atlanta are the guests Lonna and Lora of Tallahassee are
1 of his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. L. the guests of her parents, Mr. and Muck RoadSTATE 11
(jr' McCall for the Thanksgiving holtjr Mrs. Lon Wilson this week. City

days.Mrs. Mrs. Wiley Tillis has returned to
G. H. Tillis has returned to he home following a visit with her
her home following a two week sister-in-law, Mrs. Lila Jaudon and === ==
stay in Everglades'Memorial Hos- children in Wauchula. ( ROAD 717))
pital recovering from a broken hip. -- -

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PAUL RARDIN, CANAL POINT '
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Florida 33438 Friday November 27, 1964
Page Six The Everglades News Canal Point
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The "Page" award was presentedto
Christian Science Stewart-and the "Squire"
Larry

I ) Group Of Canal PointThe award to Dicky Strayer.Mr. .

tl'N e""s Of The ChurchesThe Brown was presented with
power of Truth over illusion the Counselors pin by the church.As .

will be a central theme at Christ- a part of the program each boy

f s.. :: ; .; WWWflJJWWUWJW ( ian Science churches this Sunday.The recited their requirements and
I hypnotic nature of evil will achievements.

Methodist Church South Side ,Church Canal Point also be described In a Bible Lessonon . .

the subject: "Ancient and Mod- THANKSGIVING AT HOME
Canal Point FloridaJames Of Christ Baptist Church
ern Necromancy, alias Mesmerism; ;Some ,of the students attendingthe

W. Pastor .Belle Glade & 1mm: Lawrence Stewart, Pastor and Hypnotism, Denounced." University of Florida In Gainesville -
Oaugher, be this vivid
Featured will
SUNDAY Cowling Alley on:J&d.' OtOiOO SUNDAY' : pas- who were able to spend
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9:45: a. m.-Sunday School. .a. .-jBibte; StUdy J ::45 a. in.-unday School sage from Revelation 12: "And Thanksgiving at home were: Johnny -

J.KK) a. an.-Sermon 11OO: a. m.-Morning Worship the great dragon was cast out, Smith, Roger Hatton, Walter
11:00: a. m.-MorningWorship
; old called the Devil,
f6:80: tn.Evening Service :Union that serpent and John Hundleyand
6:00 p. 4:30: p. zn. Training Young, Wayne
: m.-Evening Worship
TUESDAY p. ..6:30: p. m.-W.d. Bible .studY "7:30: p. m. Evening Worship and Satan, which deceiveth the Robert Boe. Home from Flor-
... whole world."
WEDNESDAY: ida State University are Misses
, 8:00: p. m.-Woman' Society1st
from the Chris-
Related
readings
TuesdayWEDNESDAY ''I St. Mary's Catholic 7:30: p. m. .-Prayer Meeting Carol Hatton, Connie Singletary,
I T tian Science textbook will include Janette Harrington, Amy and
: Church these lines: "Mortal mind is constantly -
Keene and
7:30 p. m.-Prayer :Meeting First Baptist producing on mortal body Cathy Young, Patsy
. Raybeth Grey.CLASSIFIED.
Factor Church Canal Point the results of false opinions; and it .
Father Francis Fennech, -
Mrst Methodist will continue to do so, until mortal
.
Sunday Mass -1.1:30. m. ADS IN THESE
hurch; PahokeeJohn Confessions before Mass Elder Lester Reams error is deprived of its imaginary
.. SUNDAY: powers by Truth, which sweeps COLUMNS PAY BIG DIVIDENDS
the web .of mortal
A. Bnley, Pastor Church Of God, 0:45: a. m.-Sunday School away Illusions. gossamer... Truth casts out error
1 11:00 a. m': Morning Worship II
SUNDAY: Barf ield Highway 6:30: p. zn.-JB. '.I'. C. now as surely as it did nineteen
9:45: a. m.-church School centuries .ago" (Science and Heal-
Classified Ads
7:80 p. m.-Evening Worship.
11OO: a. zn.-Morning: W/orrtrlp :TUESDAYS: the with Key-to the Scriptures by
Pahokee, JTa.
..., 6:45: p. m.-MYF 17:30 m.-Choir practice. Mary Baker Eddy, pp. 403,495)). I
J. W. Minister p.
7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship Hughes WEDNESDAY .. .HLayman's POSITIVELY all want ads or
'""TUESDAY: Phone 9C4-37 : classifieds, as you wish to caU
7:80 m.-Midweek Prayer
7:00: p. .-Vesper Choir prac* SUNDAY: p. Service. Day Held them, are payable in advance from
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School
tlceUTEDNESDAY I :flIUBSDAY-Every: other week his day forward. Don't phone 'em.
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Write it and dollar bill in
: 7:30 m.Lad1e Auxiliary drop a
7:45 p. zn.-Mid-week devotions 7:30: p. Evangelistic Ser- p. Meeting. By Local BaptistsMale the envelope if you want it run

viceTUESDAY . once. $2 if you want It run twice

8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir prac- : and so on.
tice 7:30: p. m.--Prayer Service The Church Of God members of the Canal Point I

. .. THURSDAY: Of Pahokee Baptist church began their day FOR SALE: New and Used Willys
I 1 7:30: p. m.-Youth for Christ Prophecy, with a Father-Son breakfast Sun- Jeeps. Walter Ashley's GarageIn

First Baptist Service Canal Point Road day morning at 7:00: a. m., followed Belle Glade, Phone 63058.
. by Layman's Day at the 11 a. m.
f Church Pahokee John H. Kinard, pastor I Oct. 17-54-ch.WUAT'S .
church services at which time the
The Pahokee ChurchOf 10:00 School
: a. m.-SUnday
entire service conducted by IN TIlE ATTIC that
was you
Guthrie W. Co]va rd, Pastor
SUNDAY: The NazareneRev. 11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service the men of the church. don't need? A $1.00 classified adn

(I 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School 7:45 8:00: p. m.-Evangelistic Service Raymond Martin, master of cere- this column will probably :find
Willard: Kllpatrick : p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. the services with
mony, opened
31:00: a. m.-Morning1 Worship 8:00 en-lose
433 Bacom Point Rd. : p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. Walter Cross giving the opening
6:00
: p. m.-Evening Worship
6:45: p. m.-Training Union Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 Everyone welcome. Special music prayer. Bob Horton was pianist I The Everglades News, Canal Point

WEDNESDAY: SUNDAY SERVICES: and singing. with music presented by an all Fla.
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f 7:30 m.-Prayer Service 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School male chorus. J. G. Weeks welcomed -
p. SEPTIC TANK PUMPING AND
. 11:00: a. m.-Sunday Worship Holy Nativity the guests followed by respon- REPAIR Service In Clewiston,
6:30: p. m.-Juniors sive readings led by J. S. Atkins.
Episcopal ChurchPahokee South Belle Glade Pahokeeand
Bay, ,
Glades Baptist ChurchRev.
7:00 Cecil ,
: p. m.-unday Evening Prayer was led by Rogers
Canal Point. Serving the
Evangelistic Service Speakers were Charles Maxson,
Glades for 20 Phone 924-
( Jonathan L. Wolf) WEDNESDAY: who spoke on "Thanksgiving for a I years.
5626. H. L. Pitts, old Belle Glade
Meets in Pahokee Lions Club 7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar Christian Heritage". Alton Jones
road. St. Oct. 16ch.tfROOM
Building. meeting. SUNDAY: who spoke on "Thanksgiving fora

SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45: a. m. "Where you are a stranger but 10 a. m.-Sunday School Christian Family" and Perry AND BOARD, Family
4 PREACHING-11:00: a. m. and 11:00: a. m.-Worship Service for Christian
once. . Hall "Thanksgiving a Style Meals. Inquire Shell Service
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I 7:30 p. m. Future." Russell Maxson read the Station, Canal Point or Call 924-
SUNDAY B. Y. F. -6:30: p. m. CLASSIFIED ADS PAY Church Of Christ scripture and the benediction was 7238 or 9249403. N20tfC

WED. PRAYER 7:30: p. m. BIG DIVIDENDS given by Cecil Clark.In .

__ ._____ -__ ____ __ __ ___ -0. _u ___ __ ,. ___0. __ i 125 N. W. Avenue D the evening service the Arm- FOR ments..One RENT: Two furnished and apart-to
Phone WY 6-3867 ando Silverio Royal Ambassador large roomy
Belle Glade, Fla. chapter held''' their R. A. Achieve-I accommodate 2 or more men. Also

SUNDAY SERVICES ment recognition service with i one with shower, separate beds for
two men. Price $17.00 and Call
10:00: a. m.-Bible Study Charles Brown counselor, in up.
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship charge. The achievement emblemswere Mrs. W. P. Pope, Canal Point.

7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship brought forward by Jimmy Nov. 2Opd.
Gifford the "Lad Shield",
WEDNESDAY bearing
FOR SALE: 1959 Chevrolet Pick-
j 7:30: p. m.-Bible Study Allen Lovett the "Page Shield" up truck, Series 3200. Also,
. Posten the "Squire Shield"and
Terry
i ji I I,1956 International Walkin, 4ton.
James the "Knight
i St. Peter's Lutheran Shield". Conley Underwood's, 1 mile north of Canal
Point on US441. Phone 924-4111.
Church, Belle Glade The candlelight ceremony was Nov. 27 pd.
centered around the R A emblem

ate, P I ''IW August JCoerber, Pastor which was mounted on a Royal LOST: Eye glasses and two small

801 W. Lake Rd.,Belle Glade Blue cloth. Xhose receiving the keys on ring in the vicinity of

I SUNDAY: ''DLad" award :were Mack Weight, ;the post-office in Canal Point. :Mrs.C. .

Divine Services 11 A. M. Ernest Browning, Gary Conley, L. Stuart, Phone 9247125.Itch.
School 9:45 A. :M. Ronnie Brown and Larry Stewart. .


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answer-and a good one. you'll ham on to yqur Savings
Federal is the
place to
-earn high dividend
But Bonds have other ''adBonds 'for -the-big; things you a

", vantages worth your that consideration.make .them want And inyour,''of course future.,'flonds. area : on your savings. .DropT by today at our Pahokee office or


I "" just For about Instance the ,easiest they offer way you to as safe there's investment-as a United States'lonfr of at the Home office at Belle Glade and let us show you how

( ... save money: either with the America.

you Payroll just Savings ask your Plan employer where to Which brings us back to n easy it is to systematically

put part of your wages aside your country again. ''Bonds 41
,0 t toward a Bond or through .help defend freedom, at a(time .c.'C t save a certain amount for that

,of\."iI regular purchase of Bonds at >When 4heenemies of freedom. rainy
day.
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't r, Another unique advantage Buy Savings Bonds. The
of U. S. Savings Bonds Is the banks or savings institution
way they stick with you. You that sell them don't charge
,. can get your money any time. you a penny for the service 'E.VEftGLADES 'FEDERAL'
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:.How does the new 3%% interest rate benefit me? check every sixmonths, for the life of the Bond.
A: With Series E Bonds the rate turns $18.76 into You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the
$25.00 fourteen months;faster than the old rata.nit? accumulates to maturity. H.Bonds provide
Your savings increaee faster, because your Bonds income. for living. expenses. while -Bonds build a
nest -for the future liiat's why retired
efg
mature in just 7 years, 9 months many
peepleTheld H[Bonds and families saving for, say, a
With Series H Bonds, the 10-year maturity period .chita'a, education, buy E Bonds.
stays the same but more interest is paid you each
six months.With both 13 and Honda the'new.rate Q:In what denominations can buy series E and series
works out to SH%'for.the first year'and ahalf then; HBonds? .
a guaranteed 4% each'year to maturity. At B Bonds: $25 (cost $18.75), $50 (coat $3J>0), S100 .
fe When did the new rate become effective (coat $75.00), $200 (coat$150.00), $500
I A: June, 1959. (cost $375.00), $1.000 (cost $790.06),
$10,000(cost $7.509.00)
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He.$5O: $1OOO, $5OOO $10.0OO. They .'. .'. r
June 1, 1959 are priced at face value. ?.
... .. ,A:All Older E and'H Bonds pay.more now-an extra %,Hew.safe ace U.S. Savings.Bonds? ,. '
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ctease'takea effect in the flat full interest period Ax Savings Bonds are an absolutely riaUess. way: te>
after.June. L. save; The United States Government guarmtees
tne:' ash.value .f your Bends will'not drop, that xk
Q:Will the Bonds I own automatically earn their new eaR only gi'tiw.'

rate? %Wbat if my Bonds should be lost, stolen or <..* "'f: . .
As ...-.You don't need is do a thing. -just hold:. oat. streyed? .," '

your Bonds. As You can't loae. Every Bond purchased is recorded '
9*Whecyar H Boats mature, will they beep eat earning igf. . EVeasiiiy.: lf anythmg happens to ;you*
interest? seg. t+epiaoed-ffw.

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Point. Florida 33438 Friday November 27, 1964,
Page Eight The Everglades News, Canal
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Beach and that branch for private woodland owners to man- STETSON VISITORSMiss
a pro- Private WoodlandsRate
Goodwill Store In cessing the materials will be estab- age their woodlands for maximum Ruth Colvard and Miss

lished early in 1965. Offices for the High In StateThe growth and profit. The Florida Diane Bethea are the guests of

Pahokee To organization, which serves the Forest Service is available to assist Miss Colvard's parents, Rev. and
OpenMayor handicapped people in 37 Florida "Private Woodlands" of these owners in achieving this Mrs. Guthrie Colvard for the

counties are located In the St. PetersburgTampa Florida amount to 38 percent of goal.The Thanksgiving holidays. Both girls
Conservation students at Steton Universityin
Agricultural are
area. total forest
Duncan Padgett of Paho- the State's acreage
. provides, through the Ag- Deland.
exceeds other Program
kee will officiate at the opening of This far and away . ..
Goodwill Industries' new store on Miss Velma WilliamsTo ownership of Public-11 percent ricultural Stabilization and Con-
servation Service, certain pay- the
Forest Industries 23 percent Gaulden Harrington spent
FrIday, November 27. The store,
located at 279 Lake Avenue, will I Wed Ronald HairMiss i Farm-28 percent. ments for forestry, soil, water and past weekend In Morven, Ga., visit-
wildlife development practices. relatives.
sell clothing that has been recon- More than 7,000,000 Florida ing
ditioned by Goodwill's handicapped Velma Williams, daughter acres are private woodlands which These payments are available to ,i I
employees. I l of Mr.and Mrs. J. E. Williams, will are defined as acreage ownership private woodland owners.
Ribbon cutting ceremonies will become the bride of Ronald Hair, which is non farm and non-in Forest owners interested In the W IJ.u4J(4( : !IJ 41J..U J 4IJ 4J.\.aI[ 4IJy'41J.\Lq

take place at 1:OO p. m. and will be at 6:00: p. m. December 22 at the dustrial. It embraces a large num- I benefits of the Program may ob-

preceded by a luncheon of Big Lake Canal Point Baptist Church. Rev. ber of owners including merchants, tain more information from the PRINCE THEATRE
Area community leaders, and of- Lawrence Stewart will performthe professional men and city dwellers Florida F'orest Service by contact-

ficials of Goodwill Industries Sun- ceremony. Miss Williams will who own woodland acreage. This ing R. C. Hill, District Forester, or PAHOKEE, FLA.
coast. This will be the sixteenth I I I be given in marriage by her father definition also includes people who H. S. Friensehner, Farm Forester,
store operated by the Goodwill organization and has chosen as her maid of honor live in the country but do no farm- P. O. Box 766, Tice, Florida.

in south and central I Miss Alice Hurt. ing. i I ... . SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY
I Bridesmaids will be Miss Patri-
Florida. Along with the farm ownership I NOV. 29-30, DEC. 1
Goodwill is non-prifit provid- cia Hair, sister of the groom; Miss grouping, the private woodlands!I CARD OF THANKS

ing employment for more than 5O- Sharon Watson and Miss Charlene are poorest managed. Both the Industrial -I I want to thank my friends for "HONEYMOONHOTEL"
of Mt. Dora. Best man
000 the Godding
handicapped persons across and public ownershipshave visits flowers
I their cards, gifts,
be John Hair Dalton Ga.,
will ,
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Nation. In the Suncoast
operationmore a higher degree of protection, and prayers while in the hospital.I .
than 350 such handicapped father of the groom and ushers reforestation stocking, and timber I also want to thank the good NANCY KWAN, ROBERT
will be Gray Hair, brother of the
people are presently working at quality. nurses and Dr. Gist, who was so GOULET, KEENAN WYNNIN
in the and I groom; Herman Earl Clark and
Jobs gathering, cleaning,
The need for wood will increase faithful to me, also the colored
of and oth- Wayne Edmondson. ( COLOR)
reconditioning
clothing No invitations are being sent locally 40 percent by 1975 and will double help. Must say we have a good
er articles for resale. Money received -I
by the year 2000. This creates an hospital.
of the
from the sales the and all friends coupleare
provide invited. immediate challenge to farm and SETH W. ROBERTS ..l..4IJY.J! 4"Y..JIJy'I'U41'" 41 11 I'.V..Jl4f'YA
wages and operating expenses. I I t
Among those attending the
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luncheon and ribbon cutting will be Mrs. Benni-e Baxter I .
William Benton, President of the
Chamber of Commerce; Marvin Honored At PartyThe

Levins, Fire Chief, Guy Wood, J. NOW ROLLING IN. .
Chief of Police; R. M. Sanders, home of Mrs. Melvin Spooner . ,

Rotary Club President Glenn 1221 Bacom Point Road, was
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Biower, Lions Club President; the scene of a party honoring Mrs. America's most popular cars!

Carmen Salvatore City Council Bennie Baxter, Monday afternoon : ,
from 3 to 5 m. Hostesses with '.
Chairman; Mrs. E. C. Johnson, p. ',
President of the Pahokee Woman's Mrs. Spooner were Mrs. E. C. So place your order now for delivery on the beautiful : .
Club; Dr. R. C. Lane, P. T. A. : Johnson, Mrs. R. O. Shackford! '
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President; Mrs. Johnnie Verhulst?I Mrs. Lois Whit! Mrs. Lester Hand '" new kind of 65 Chevrolet that's right for you e.

President! of Business and Professional -i Mrs. Annie Merle Carter, Mrs. Ed-

Woman's Club, Rev. William I gar Wilder, Mrs. Frank Brady,
Boland of the Belle Glade Metho- Mrs. Edna Pickett, Mrs. Harry
dist Church.A Brooks Elarbee, Mrs. Thadd Whld-'

local manager and two clerks den and Mrs. Joe Hatton Jr. A
meat fork and shell
-111 be employed to operate the Sterling sugar
In Mrs. Baxter's sterling pattern
store. Rev. Spurgeon Hinds of
were presented to the honoree by
West Palm Beach, the Territorial the hostesses.

representative of Goodwill, will - '

supervise the operations in Palm W. M. DuBose of Jacksonville, is
Beach and neighboring counties.I spending the Thanksgiving holi-

:Mr. Hinds states that another store daysdays with his wife, Mrs. DuI '
I 65 Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe
will be opened soon in West Palm Bose in Pahokee.
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.S5 Chevrolet Impala It's longer, lower, wider-with comforts that'll have many.
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