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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: December 11, 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
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00417
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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December 11, 1964 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BV PAUL RARDIVCIRCULATING



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r TH"Seal Appeal r Scout Skill-o-rama Announce Hours Paul Rardin Park
Around The GladesBy
Made To DonorsYour For Canal Point P. O.

( Paul Rardin) Set This Week End Dedication Dec. 13
Palm Beach County The Canal Point Post Office will!
culosis & Health observe the following hours beginning .

Two semi trailers nearly collid- residents will Boy Scout nnd Explorer units of Monday, December 14th: Hon. Russell O. Morrow, judge
ed at the Bank of Pahokee corner l this day by responding the Glades District, Gulf Stream Monday, December 14th through i of the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit of
early Tuesday morning and one I Christmas Seal letters with I Council, will participate in a "Skill- Friday, December 18th-8:00-5:30. Florida will deliver the feature ad-
truck in dodging the other plowed butions to fight I I O-Rama Camporee" on the Arrieta Saturday, December 19th-8:00: I dress at the dedication of recently
into the electric< sign alongside the other respiratory diseases. Ranch North of Port Mayaca this : constructed Paul Rardin Park on
front door of the bank. After Christmas Seal funds 1 I I week-end. Check-in will be Friday 5:00.Monday, December 21st through State Road 715 between Pahokee
tearing the sign loose from the the Association's I afternoon December 11, and Wednesday, December 23-8:00-: and Belle Glade, The new park is
bank one truck tore down a no ities designed to combat I i check-out will be Sunday morning 5:30.We: a part of the county park system.The .
parking sign, a State Road Department respiratory diseases, after an early breakfast and worship will resume normal schedule dedication ceremony is set
sign and smashed the U. which now affect millions services. beginning December 24th. for 3:30: o'clock Sunday afternoon,
S. mail box on the corner. The icans. These funds' pay I Main events will take place on All services of the Post Office December 13 and the public is invited -
huge sign on the bank is the one finding and educational Saturday and will include fire will be available during the month .
that has kept the community informed to alert the public to building and water boiling lashing, of December. This includes writing The program for the dedicationis
as to time and temperaturesince means of combating these skill-o-rama cooking, tug-o-war, money orders, accepting box rents,, as follows: The invocation will
its installation. They finance also research wildlife, and other events to test etc. on Saturdays. Beginning Jan, be given by Rev. Lawrence Stew
of vital importance in the skill of the scouts. These activities 2 the curtailment will again be art of the Canal Point Baptist

Have you noticed the new blue other related areas.. are fun for those taking part placed on Saturday services. Church, the Welcome will be given
uniforms being worn by the mem- 1 also a real learning experience. -EDYTHE SMITH, Postmaster by County Commission Chairman
bers of the Pahokee police depart Corn Demand Is I I Families and friends are invitedto Edward:: Bandlow: Unveiling of the
ment? They are handsome and visit the Camporee and observe plaque will be done by Miss Terri
CourseP.
match the color of the new )lightsMop Scouting in :action. The Order of Evening Thomas and Master Kirk Elarbee;
the police cars. Bean Price Arrow will conduct a tap-out cere- then Judge Morrow will deliver the
mony at the Saturday night camp- B. Junior CollegePersons address' to be followed by introductions -
Much criticism has been heardon fire.District by County CommissionerPaul
every hand about the manner in With Christmas not too 6. the Glades District, Rardin, vice chairman of the
which the contractor is looking out the future the demand includes the communities of Belle who are interested in board. The ceremony will be
for the health and welfare of the corn has been a little Glade, Lake Harbor Clewiston, taking evening courses at Palm brought to a close by Rev. 'Jay
public on the Bacom Point road week and the price which Moore ''Haven, Pahokee, Canal I Beach Junior College are reminded IJameson of the Lake Harbor Methodist -
construction job. An open ditch, to $2.00 last week, has Point, Okeecliobee, and Indiantown that they must complete the neces- j Church, who will pronouncethe
where they are installing huge little and the growers 'are and the chairman of this district is sary data required for entrance in benediction.
drainage pipe Is the most' dangerous from $2.25 to,$2.50 per Dr. Frank Thomas of Belle Glade. the evening division on or before Immediately following the park
part of the contract for the Celery usually this time I The Camporee will be under the I the first day of registration on dedication the group will adjournto
traveling public. A mere handful of I year bringsa satisfactory direction of Tom Parker, district January 4 according to Robert C the Glades Office Building
caution signs and danger signalsare I the growers but it seemed Camping and' Activities chairman. I, Moss, coordinator of evening where ,"Open House". will be held
placed alongside the open ditch been in the doghouse for Last year's "Know How-ShoW school. In order' that the public ,may view 'C
but not near enough to prevent ac few days. The going price How" camporee was attended by To meet the increased demandfor the recently constructed second
cidents. Accidents come often in the neighborhood of $ approximately 100 Scouts, leaders, I courses, Moss said that the division story of the much used county
enough without being caused by a crate but growers are and visitors and indications are was now offering over 100 facility, which houses the Magis-
lack of prevention. little strengthening of that this year's "SkillORama"camporee'will classes. trate's court room and additional
with Christmas Just be bigger and bet- The course offerings include both office space," including room for,
Build a new street and then corner. credit and non-credit classes which. the County Solicitor.
watch the new buildings go up. Last week beans were meet Monday through Thursday Those -charge of the Glades
yesterday I was touring AvenueE supply and the price 8)r ter.Foreign evenings. Office Building are anxious that
In Belle Glade and was greetedby to $6.40 per hamper on ,Labor Is Several new courses are to be all who attend,the park dedicationgo
the new Trailways Bus Station and was followed by $5.40 given for the first time during I the on over for the Open; House."
and the new B&B Grocery Store on day. After that spurt the Needed In GladesMIAMI Winter Term. Civil Drafting II IRa It is only a couple of miles from the
the east end of that attractive been on the lower side study mapping of routes and park site to the Office Building.
street. Acrosa SR8O and further week the green rights of way profiles, topigraphical Cookies and cold drinks will be
west on Avenue E I saw another bringing from $4.00 to $ Representatives of I maps and related information.This served by members of the staff
handsome grocery store-that is I I hamper. Florida's $3 billion agricultural industry course Is a continuation of and the entire public is cordially'invited -
next week by Leroy . .
being opened testified recently In Miami Civil Drafting I. to attend.
Miners of Pahokee. It certainly is In the area of engineering studyof
the continued need for import- I
an attractive structure and will be Credit Study Linear Transistor Circuits the .
ing farm labor. It was the first offour I
with the latest mod- to build them.
equipped very theory and how
U. S. Dept. of Labor hearings TBX-Ray Unit Will
ern store merchandising equip- Much Valuable the subject. Practical laboratory experience is

ment. Fred C. Sikes, U. S. Sugar Corporation to be Included. Be Here December 14
For those who have a flare for
vice president of Clewiston,
On a ride out McClure Road and "In order to keep credit told the hearing: "Without our the musical theatre, a new course I The TB X-Ray mobile unit will,
onto the Rim Canal Road beyond the student
to acquaint
to the designed
efficient and geared West Indian labor forces now num- I be In the Pahokee-Canal Point
the Pahokee city dump you can see ing needs of agriculture, bering 5,104. our mills would haveto with various ;skills and techniquesof
the massive structure of the gar- credit the music theatre production area for nearly two weeks starting
of production close down.
bage disposal plant rising on the apects of singing and'acting will be I Monday, December 14 ,at Sandcut.
in represented four
are participating IT. S. '
Sugar .
muck. Many folks rode by the"up- !On the 15th the unit Tylll be in -'
Development Institutes, other mills and five sugar ,cane studied.A
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going structure and wondered designed to nal Point; On the 16th\at Bryant. >- t
reading program
B. Jr.,
Ing to Chas. Long growers organized into the Florida
what it was going to be until Informed tary-Treasurer of the Sugar Producers Association which provide an opportunity to developthe and also at Vann's Packing House

by a Pahokee city official. Production Credit pools its foreign labor force. basic skills for efficient readIng in Pahokee. .
The unit Is scheduled for
t' included however, many
Earl Davis,!, Assistant The Florida Fruit and VegetableAsoclation has been ;
On Barfield Highway in Paho- the class is limited to an enroll. spots in this immediate area and
Treasurer, has Just also: imports 7,200 Brit
kee the new Everglades Memorial three-day Institute held in ish West Indies subjects for other ment of 15 members. This is a non- anyplace you happen to see it,
stop by And have your X-Ray
The con-
Hospital is taking shape.
credit course.
bia South Carolina. fruit and
citrus, tropical
sugar
tractor is on time with his work 60 officials from vegetable interests. I Most classes meet from 7 until made. It is the one way to tell
and in the not too distant future the evening coordinator whether or not you have TB andit
associations, in Florida, John W. Evans Oviedo, FFVA 10 p. m.; however
doesn't cost cent. Purchase of
we'll have a handsome new hos- North Carolina and South delivered stated that some classes a
lO-pape
president a
ready to serve this community. somewhat because ,of Christmas seals pays the cost of
pital differ
were in attendance. statement at the hearing opposing:; may '
operation of the mobile unit.
the college changing to a year
Instructors at the the termination of a law permitting -
cluded Gus W. Campbell the importation of Mexican 'round operation schedule. .
Christmas lights are up in Pa- ment Consultant: of New braceroa. This law. In conjunctionwith Evening classes will begin Jan- Loses Ends Of Two
Belle Glade. An added
hokee and Federal 7.
officers of the Immigration and naturalization uary
attraction to the two bustling com- ate Credit Bank of codes permitting importation . .. Fingers In MishapMelvin

munities. The lights don't cost a materials, group I II I of farm help from the West Indies Harold Rabin In
amount of but add I I I
great money decision-making problems (i Is the basis for the farm labor pro-.1 Spooner of Pahokee lost
materially to the looks of the two an opportunity for the gram followed by growers in Flor- I Belle Glade HospitalProduce the ends of two fingers in an accident -
towns at Christmas time. ideas and practice in I ida, Arizona, Texas and California last Friday when he was
r plication of the! principles -- --- Man Harold Rabin is in checking the generator on a corn
Members of the Lions Club in end tools of HOME FROM VISIT the Glades General Hospital at harvester. It was quitting time and
Pahokee are selling Christmas Long said.According. Mrs. Terry Sellers] has returnedto Belle GIrde! following an attack In he was making the inspection whena
trees every afternoon at the Lions to Mr. DavH. I her horn following a two week his office Wednesday afternoon.Mr. co-worker stepped on the starter
Club building on East Main i the program topics : icit: with her daughters' and their : Rab'n suffered a heart attack clipping: the ends off the second
I I ture of modern ; j;famines. Mr And Mrs. W. J. Rice. a few 'H are ago. He Is a former and third fingers on his right hand.
Street. If you need a niece tree, iplea of planning; In .Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.! member of the Belle Glade city This week'' he is reported Improving -

stop by the building. Profits will go and functions of a board J W. P. Heney, Jr., in Green Cove I''I council and served one 'term aa nicely but suffering a.. great
for the usual Lions Club charitle (continued oa page Springs. mayor. deal of pain at

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faliokee I PTA Will teeene-fiundley Plans I the organist.The reception. following the cerenl5dhy -

Meet 11tki day Night Are Announced of: the' will Baptist be held Church.In the'social, hall

I -announced No toVjtations. are' being\ sent
The aftbkee p. T. A. sill 'Wt" et Ptans nave Been for]
All friends of the couple
Mbnaa' $nl&hr kl 8 p. m. hthe tn.* wedding of Miss Patricia Ann locally.
school auditorium at which time Keene 'dau; \\'ter' of Mr ,and Mrs.Leland .I I are Invited to attend.
6u'ei4\ of Pahokee, to rehearsal for theKceneHuridley <
Mrs. ;Boe's 4th rat e will I G. Keerte
present a Christmas profer&tn entitled -j l.r H JC-loyd Hundley, son<< of Mr. wedding' will be at
"The Night Before Christmas. -I Mrs. Lloyd A. Hundley; of Pa- the First Baptist Church In Paho
." I will at the kee on Saturday, December 26th,
hokee, which take place
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.. I I First Baptist Church In Pahokee, at 7 p. m. Immediately followwing
on Sunday, December' 27th, at 3 the rehearsal a buffet dinner will
Johnny Hatton Has p. m., with Rev. Guthrie W. Col be served at the home of Mr. and

A Birthday Party vard to officiate. Mrs; Robert D. Apelgren, 1221 Ba-
The Rardin In attendants soro.Point Road, Pahokee, with Mr.
Canal chosen
Building: Point, FloridaTHE Miss Keene has as Mrs. William Plumer assisting
ohnny HattOn, small son of Mr. her sister. Miss Linda Keene, and
LAKE OKEECHOBEE E REGION HOME OF bridesmaids for members of the bridal party
and Mrs. John Hatton was enter-+''I1R maid of honor. Her
THE tained with a bUthday party at his will be Miss Sue Miller, cousin of and special guests.. ...
EVERGLADES
NEWSServing home Friday, December 4th in I the' bride, South Bay, Miss Bonnilu -
honor' of his third birthday. Christ Lair of Pahokee', Miss Ann ATTEND "M" NIGHT
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without and Canal Point Baptists attendingthe
mas decorations were used and the Fackelman of Panama City
Interruption Every Week for 40 Years traditional cake and ice cream Miss Jean Osborn of Gainesville. Monday night Training Union

Established MArch 11, 1$24 Published Every Friday served to the guests. Susan and Jeff Johnson, daughterand "M" night at the First Baptist
Subscription? Price $2.00, Year In AdvanceThe son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph O. Church of Lake Worth were, ReV.
ATTEND "M" NIGHT Johnson of Pahokee, will be flower and Mrs. Lawrence Stewart and
Bv&Vfeladep' News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn Members of the Pahokee First! girl and ring bearer. family Raymond Martin, Perry
Canal Point Florida, as Second Class Matter Baptist Church attending the!I Wayne Hundley will be his broth- Hall, Ralena Ursry, Terri Echols,

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher Training Union .M"! night at the! er's best man. Ushers will be Mrs.' John Strayer, Gloria Strayer
First Baptist Church in Lake' Robert Boe and Roger Hatton, and Dickie Strayer.. .
Worth were Rev. and Mrs. Guthrlo both of Pahokee, Douglas Still of
Colvard, Mrs. Wiley Tillls, Mrs. E. Miami, and Joe Graham of Homestead Mrs. Guy Wood is a patient at
Here Is What
Transpired At Monday'sMeeting
Everglades Memorial Hospital suf-
B. Gamble, Mrs. Frank Thompson,
Of The Palm Beach Mrs. Mary Hammond Mrs. W. M. Mrs. Hugh Branch will be the'so- fering from a broken knee receivedin
I I Dubose, Mrs. Paul Younger, Kell loist, accompanied by Miss Alice a car accident In Belle Glade

County CommissionThe Hood,- and Joe Wilder.-.- Hurt.- Miss Verlon Jones will be Saturday.


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State Road Department will l Commissioners decided to ask 4X
be; asked by the county to set a the State Road Department for -
date for a public hearing on the permission to build the bridge, and
proposed route of Interstate Highway to investigate the cost. Commissioner -; I
95 through the south half of E. F. Van Kessel said RI-
the county. viera Beach would be' asked to con-
The State Road Department called tribute toward the cost.
off a hearing scheduled last The Federal Aviation Agencyhas Phone 9245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade }

January and did not set a new date. released 605.88 acres of sur-
No route has been finally decided plus airport land from the national :: SALES and SERVICE g

for the superhighway from Okee- emergency use listings, and will
chobee Road in West Palm Beach permit county commissioners to >> Heating Air Conditioning Appliances
s southward. sell it.

Commission Chairman Edward Proceeds from sale of the land .A.---'.. .,410 sas 410..ss.. ""-i.tfiss". .... *. ..,icets. *.ss'ts 410'. .,.,. "'issssss" "".tk.& .. _- .. A..A...:. M: .A.. ...
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Bandlow said Broward : M V' V V M V V V V v V V Y 11 V Y V +
County will be applied to pay off a 3 mil
would also be asked to write to the lion dollar bond issue for Improve- -- --
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sRI asking for' the hearing.. The ments to Palm Beach International
1:'95 path hasn't been decided lit Airport and the county's other two
the north part 'of Broward Coun- airports at Pahokee and Lantana. '

ty.In The land lies south of Palm Beach bigger proms in 65 .
other action, county commissioners International!
: County, Attortiey Harry Johns-
Authorized a trip to New York ton said with the land the county
to'.purchase more Acrolein to con- will be given a lower Interest rateson
trol lake weeds in Lake Oaborm the longterm bonds. The countyis
and Lake Ida. now planning a land use map
Decided to spend $4 ,OOO for a with zoning classifications which
chunk of land west of the County will also need the approval of
Office Building, ''810 Datura St., FAA.
West Palm Beach. The land will be The main project to be built with
used for parking. the bond money is a 'new'terminalat
Agreed to recommend the reap- PBIA, estimated to cost 1.1 i'Tf.

pointment of Junius Harris, Belle million dollars., .l nwRtM +j'e3 < r ?'; i fr (Y Yxi'i Sis: ,{fr
Glade, and Cy Arglntar, West Palm '..'.'

Bench: as Jury commissioners. The
In Honor
governor will make the appoint- Party

ments. Paulalee ParsonThe :,"'tayt : k[ .,' e 4fisX .x.,' ,..
Consented to pay the costs of defending r

the county canvassing home of Mrs. Donald B.
.. three members have ,
board, whose
Kcpp was the,scene.of a party honoring
been named as defendants in a Miss Paulalee, Parson, bride- #, :& a't Nrr :
Circuit Court.sul Alvin; Democratic! elect of Rupert Mock, Jr.. Satur- ( ''
Zalla. The .uL
Party Chairman day, ,Dec. 5 at .i0..a..rrt. Greeting -
suit challenges results of ,the Nov.
the
guests with Mrs. Kepp and
3 election, in two close races." honoree was her mother Mrs.' L. P>
AYootlSride'may be built by the -;;
Parson, Mrs. Rupert Mock and
county, In cooperation with the' ,Mrs. ,Joe Hatton, Jr., -Mrs., David
t/ .,, k.
Blue
City: of Riviera Beacli, over W.h 5
Phil Foster Ramey presided: at the guest,book.
Heron Boulevard at
,The retre.ent"Jabl was laid
,Park. .. .,
5County. with outwork linen
a Aclotn.and:
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Commlasloh Chairman >'
of red 1
featured arrangement letfiegily
an
:..ttdward :Baiidlpw' 'received J .a re-' : carnations.; Refreshments w$r e ;
nest ,for the bridge from ,May6rJake %
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served by Mrs. Sam ..McKJnstry.Sr. : .
Beach.
Beam' of Riviera ., Mrs.,wuuam' Howard and Mrs.: 0" .
Several persona have been injured I -
Sadie BarwIck. O.J :
crossing the roadway' from the'. ....'... doitelectrically ., 0
park, to the Jaycees beach on the :
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Mrs. Thomas J.: .Wanek and son
south side.
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o ; Washington, are "
1rlOTtClt 0.- INTENTION guests of her parents and,plan to : '
TO RKGisrai rtorrrtotjs remain here' while her husbandserves !
>NAME! '''a two year ,.tour of duty' .
:Notice Is hereby given that the overseas with the U. S. Armed .
.undersigned,. hhtier the provisions) : Forces
of Chapter 20,933, Laws of FIdrldk :B.ery ytsar the traditional family farm is becoming a more

Acts of 1941will register.with the .
'electrified operation . because with
Clerk of the Circuit : in apd Reddy's help you can
Curt
for Palm BeaM e Florida, get more out, of your time and cash investment. :
'upon,receipt""<$S'brxxjf of publicationof ,

this notice, the fictitious name, ..Reddy's: services' are now a bigger bargain than ever, due

to-wit ASSOCIATED: : BUILDING to our recent $10 million electric rate reduction ((4th major j I

,. MAINTENANCELake:Worth Florida. j I' price cut in 10 years). S .,;'' ,.

Under which we are engaged,In So count on Reddy to do more for you in 1965. .increas-
't' Business In Lake Worth, Palm I ;
Beach County, ,,Florida. That the ing production, reducing costs, building profits.
5 parties interested in said business
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;', 5' Jpouglaas.are Patsy That Sue WaymanaM the firm: name_Al is IK\\" ihe ?/ef&flameless) 611111

4 ';( ,.Associated Building ,Maintenance. 4 !

,i .. To be published once a week tor .
5 tour successive weeks in a' newspaper ...... .. siw NOW. CHEAPER THAN EVER, fQcIlC", ...r .

Palm Beach of general County.circulation in .. .... ...m FLORIDA I POWER & LIGHT I COMPANY .

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J. W. Brown was a business'' I
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Mr. J. D. Hooks returned recently -
visitor in Orlando and Deland this OPENING OF OUR NEWChristmas .
from Savannah Ga., where she y
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and Mrs. Robert Mathis of sister and their families. i
Washington D. C., are the guests a, ,
of their daughter and son-in-law,I I Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shirley return-
Mr. and :Mrs. E. L. Pope, Jr., and, Tuesday from Ft. Lauderdale
where they spent several days on a T
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Mrs.his sisters Harry McIntosh.Miss Julia Mathis and business trip. Club i

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M. P. Stanley was a business
AFB Valdosta Ga.was the recent- THIS CONVENIENT WEEKLY PAYMENT % t
visitor in Jacksonville: this week.
guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs. PLAN WILL MAKE IT I EASY
Miss Mattie Bain arrived today Horace Unwin.
from her home at Coats N. C., to John L. Hundley, son of Mr. and :*!: HAVE A MERRY CHRISTMAS i..TO i.
spend the Christmas holidays with
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Mrs. Lloyd Hundley was initiated : i =
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and Mrs. Paul 1
Dec. 3 into the Beta Gamma Sigma
Joe Tom Boynton has been a honorary scholastic fraternity for :t
business visitor in Atlanta: this the college of business adminis- which is
week. tration at the University of Flor- We cordially invite you to use this service pro- :i:

Guy Sharon is a patient in the also ida, a Gainesville.member of Mr.the Kappa Hundley Sigma is vided for the convenience of our customers and friends.
Coral Gables Veterans Hopsital. social and senior at
;f f" Mrs. J. V. Thomas and Mrs. Bill the university.Mrs.fraternity. a You will be pleasantly surprised to see how easy it is to I

.\ McClenithan Ft. spent Tuesday visIt- G. H. Fltchett of Vero have $25.00, $50.00 or $100.00 for Christmas shoppingnext
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Beach is the gue-st of her sister-in-
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I News Of The ChwurcliesThe -'I' r .r To Witnesses Kissimmee"We'll be going Will: to Kissimmee Go { .


BIRTHS r !II this week-end for a three-day

.. Christian assembly scheduled to
begin Friday evening at the Tup-
Methodist Church South, Side Church Canal Point perware Home Parties Auditorium
Mr. and Mrs. Junior Sloan of
Canal Point, FloridaJames Of ChristBelle Baptist Churchl.raYrrgnce Indiantown announce the Girth i & op V.t1," ?!aid: Mr. Miles Pr.
Crum, local presiding minister of
a daughter', Spnja *- m'.1 December ,
W. Baugher, Pastor Glade :across from Stewart, Pastor 1.Mr.. the Canal Point Congregation off
Bowling Alley on Rd. 60 SUliDA: Jehovah's Witn sses.
SUNDAY: : and Mrs. Martin Ralph of
.0:00: a. m.-Bible Study i V:45 Mr. Crum added, "Regular meet-
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t 9:45! : a. m.-Sunday School. : m.-Sunday School Pahokee announce the birth of a
1:00: a. xn.-Sermon 11QO I ings held at the Canal Point King-
11:00 : a. ui.-MQining Worship .
: a. m.-Morning Worship daughter, December 6.Mr
6:30: p. m.-Evening Service 0:30 Vtrloo dom Hall will be cancelled this
6:00: p. m.-Evening Worship : p. in.-Training. and Mrs. Ernest Lamar
6:30: m.-Wed. Bible Study week-end since the majority of the
TUESDAY p 7:30. p. m.Evening Worship the
: Soles of :Belle Glade, announce
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congregation will be in Kissimmee
8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society1st WEDNESDAY: birth of'a daughter, L nda, Nov. 20. "
Church 7":30: p. iri.-Prayer Meeting Jack December 11 through 13.
TuesdayWEDNESDAY Of God ReV. and Mrs. Henry Ponce
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-. mt Mr. Crum said that he had been
: Belle Glade, aunpunce the birth ofa
Barfield :Highway i informed Saia and DavidF.
by Joseph
7:30: p. m.-Prayer i First :baptistChurch son, Dale Antony, Nov. 22.
wFirst Bowman Witness
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anal PointElder Ministers from the Witnesses's
Pahokee, Fla. ,
Methodist Klrchman! of Belle Glade I announce ,
National Headquarters in New
J. W.
Hughes, Minister the birth"of a daughter, Mary
Church PahokeeJohn Phone 924-373(5( R. -E. Barfield Judith, November 27. York that the assembly will feature -
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a free showilng of a Witness
SUNDAY: SUNDAY:
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Mr. and; .ui Willie Paul Mills
A. Briiey, Pastor s$:45 a. m.-Sunday School 9:45: 4ra..-Sunday School of Canal Point announce the birth produced film entitled, "Proclaiming -
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship 'Everlasting Good News'Around
SUNDAY: of a daughter. Sandra Ann, Nov. "
9:45: a. m.-Church Schpojl 7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser- (9:30) p. m.-B. 1. C. The World.

11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship viceTUESDAY 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship. 20.Mr.. and Mrs. Albert Barber of The assembly will also feature a

6:45: p. m.-MYF : TUESDAYS: Belle Glade announce the birth of Model Ministry School demonstration -
7:30: m..Pra."er'ServlcerHURSDA 7:30 p. m.-Choir practice. Friday evening and a baptism -
p.
7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship .. a daughter, Cynthia, Nov. 27.
TUESDAY Y: WEDNESDAY, : of new candidates for the

7:00: p. :m.-Vesper Choir prac 7:30: p. m.-Youth" for Chrlat 7:30 p. D .Midweek Prayer :a- I ministry on Saturday afternoon.

ticeWEDNESDAY' Service Service. Miss Velma Williams!!. "More than 13,000 were in at-
THURSDAY 'week
... :-Every ot\er\ I tendance and 197 new ministers
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7:30 p. m.-Ladles 'AuxiliaryMeeting. I Honored At ShowerMiss I were baptized at our last assemblyin
7:45: p. m.-Mid-week devotion The Church Of God .'
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Jacksonville, July of this year
Of Prophecy PahokeeCanal - Velma Williams, bride-elect'Mr. Crum added.Highlight .
8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir practice ,
0 Point Road Methodist WSCS of Ronald Hair, was honored witha II for Sunday will be a

Christmas ProgramThe Calling Shower Friday evening, public talk at 3:00: p. m. by Wit-
J John H. Kinard, pastor December 4 in the recreation room Saia
en-
ness Supervisor Joseph
First Baptist 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School of the Canal Point Baptist Church. / titled, "Our Divided World, Is It
11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service WSCS of the Pahokee First i The two refreshments tables were "
Church PahokeeGuthrie I Here to Stay? More than 1,()()()
7:45: p. Evangelistic Service' Methodist Church enjoyed a covered with floor length white are expected to be present.Classified .
W. Colvard, Pastor 8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. Christmas program entitled "The scalloped organza over white and
SUNDAY; 8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. Lights of Christmas" which was each featured a pastel floral arrangement -

9:45: a. m.-Sunday School Kveryone welcome. Special: music presented by MYF members, Miss of spring flowers. ..

:Jl:00 a. m.-Morning Worship ind singing. Wilola Tyson, Miss Peggy Olson Mrs. Mamie Gandy poured froma
I and Pat Murphy under the direc- silver coffee service assisted by Ads
I 6:00: p. m.-Evening Worship Christian Science
tion of their counselor, Mrs. Her- Mrs. I
6:45: p. m.-Training Union Patsy Mills while Mrs. Virgie
r WEDNESDAY: Group Of Canal PointGod's man H. Hendrix. McCall served at the silver punch POSITIVELY all want ads or

I 7:30: p. m.-Prayer Service Mrs. Inez Reeves presided 'at the bowl assisted by Mrs. Mary Single- classifieds, as wish to call
you
I'' perpetual care for man I business meeting following the tary and Mrs. Dee Maxson. Each
advance
i them payable in from
in all facets of are
his
life will be the program and commended \Mrs. J. table covered with sheet
was a
Glades Baptist ChurchRev. theme at Christian Science services R. York for her presentation of the cake cut in and decorated his day forward. Don't phone 'em.
squares
dollar bill in
Write it and
this Sunday. The Bible Lesson is Book of Genises. A gift of appreci- with miniature wedding bells. drop a

II ( Jonathan L. Wolf) titled "God the Preserver of Alan". ation was presented to Mrs. York Miss Williams, her mother, Mrs.J. .I the envelope if you want it run
once. $2 if want it run twice
i Meets in Pahokee Lions Club Golden Text: "The Lord is my prior to the meeting. E. Williams and Mrs. Marie and so you
Building. rock, and my fortress, and my deliverer Mrs. W. S. Plumer, secretary of Hughes greeted guests and Miss on.

\ SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9:45: a. m. ; my God, my strength :n campus ministry, reported of the Charlene Codding presided at the FOR SALE: New and Used Willys
I PREACHING-11:00: a. m. and whom I will trust; my buckler, college student and service men guest book. The honoree and her Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage

I 7:30: p. m. and my high tower" (Ps. 18-2)). breakfast which was held at her mother were presented orchid corsages In Belle Glade Phone 6-3058.
SUNDAY B. Y. F.6:30 p. m. Related readings from "Sci home November 29. by the hostesses who were: Oct. 17-54-ch.
WED. PRAYER-7:30: p. m. enc? and Health with Key to the I It was announced that the birth- Mrs. Dee Maxson, Mrs. Barbara

-- Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy day and prayer calendars are now Stewart Mrs. Ruth Douglas, Mrs. WHAT'S IN THE ATTIC that you
The Pahokee ChurchOf include these lines: ""We shall obey on sale and can be purchased from Mamie Gandy, Mrs. Marie don't need? A $1.00 classified adn
and adore in proportion as we\ the WSCS members. It also this
;! apprehend was :Mrs. Kathryn Veal, column will probably find
The NazareneRev. the divine nature and love noted that a coupon and stamp re- Hurt :Mrs. Edna Brown, Hughes'l you a sale. Just write your ad, enclose -

Him understandingly, warring no cepticle has been placed in the Singletary iMfrs. Patsy .I a dollar and we'll do the rest.
Willard Kilpatrick more over the corporeality, but rejoicing church. Allie Mae Watson, Mrs. Rachel The Everglades News, Canal Point
433 Bacom Point Rd. I in the affuence of our God" The attendance pin was awardedthe Scruggs, Mrs. Virgie McCall and Fla.
Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 (p. 140)). Gertrude Shirley Circle. Fol- Mrs. Erma Loi Clark. The hostess

SUNDAY SERVICES: lowing the meeting refreshmentswere gift was a Sterling serving fork. SEPTIC TANK PUMPING AND
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School served in th fellowship hall - REPAIR Service in Clewistoa,
11:00: a. m.-Sunday Worship Canal Point WMU by Mrs. R. D. Apelgren, local chur- J South Bay. Belle Glade, Pahokeeand
Col. and Mr. W. S. Evans have
Canal Point. the
6:30: p. m.Juniors. ch activities chairman and her Serving
7:00: p. m.-Sunday Evening Week Of PrayerThe committee. returned to their home from a visit Glades for 20 years. Phone 924-
Evangelistic Service with relatives in Melrose and Jack- 5626. H. L. Pitts, old Belle Glade
Canal Point WMU opened sonville., road. St. Oct. 16-ch.tf
WEDNESDAY: Miss Velma Williams and her .

7:30: p. m.-afldweek Praffpr their wek: pf of prayer the. group with speaking, representatives room mate Miss Chajlene Coding :Mr.: and! Mrs.: Dale Perry of FamilyStyleMeals.Inquire

meeting. at the morning' ana evening worship of Miami were the weekend guests Ocala were the weekend guests of Shell Service
'Where you are a" stranger but services on what foreign mis- of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. her parents, :Mr..-and Mrs. J. W.I Station. Canal Point or Call 924-

-- once._e.Church sions meant to them; they were Williams. Brown. I II I 7238 or 924-9403. N20tfo
Mrs. Charles Maxson and Mrs. J.
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Phone WY 6-3867 at 9:30 a. m. with the ex-

Belle Glade, Fla.ttl1' ception of: Wednesday 'at which

SUNDAY SERVICES time the regular. prayer meeting
: :'I 1O:00: a. m.-Bible Study hour was ued for the observance.

91:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Mr?. M. D. Geiger was: hostess.to
7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship the"group' Monday,witkh Mrs. W. S.
WEDNESDAY Evans in charge of the program.

7:30: p. m.-Bible Study Tuesday, members met with Mrs.
- W. S..'Cross! ; Mrs. Guy Thompsonwas

St. Peter's Lutheran in charge.Wednesday .. ....... ..... ... ............. . isr'rr'r'r'rrrrrr'r; : ::a :'r:
Mrs. J. S. Atkins

Church, Belle Glade church presented and the Thursday program members at met the Everglades Federal i is the place to earn a high dividendon

August Koerber, Pastor at the home of Mrs. J. L. :McCall
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade with Mrs. Roberto Arrieta in your savings. Drop by today at our Pahokee office or


SUNDAY Divine Services: 11 A. M. charge.The final program was presented at the Home office at Belle Glade and let us show you how .

School 9:45 A. M. under the direction of Mrs. Law-
.- rence Stewaart at the home of Mrs. D it is to systematically

Holy Nativity church Alma Nail choirs Friday are working morning. over-Both I 41 m C t"easy save a certain amount for that

Episcopal Church time to complete Christmas music rainy day.EVERGLADES '
Pahokee for their December 20 Christmas

programs under the direction of
Rev. L. Losing, Vicar Rev. Lawrence Stewart in Canal
,'. SUNDAY: Point and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard in FEDERAL

: ." 10 a. m.-Sunday School Pahokee.
h 11:00: a. .
-Worship Service
HEAR STETSON CHOIR Savings And Loan Association

L r :' -., St. Mary's Catholic Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard AOOOUlflCS HWSTTItBO BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP.
and :Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Stanley
:;'; 'I. Church left Friday for Deland where they PglQkee Belle Glade

t ; will hear the Stetson Choir
t; ., ',:,:,4;; leather Francis: Fennech Factor "The Messiah". The Colvards present Let Your Money Earn 4Vi% Payable Semi-Annually

;>- 'Sunday Maaa 11:90 a. m. daughter Miss Ruth Colvard la a

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25.00 fourteen month* faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds wild
savingS-increase faster, because your Bonds income. for living expenses, while Bonds' a
mature in just 7 years, 9 months. nest egg'for the.future."iTjat's why many,retired
p eo Je.bolclli[ Bonds and"families saving for; say, achild's
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education, buy'E Bonds.Q
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six months.With both E and H Bonds the'.new.rate : In what denominations can I buy series E and series
works out to;2M %'for the first year and a*half; then H Bonds? .
a guaranteed 4% bach y4tr to maturity. JU E Bonds: $25 (cost $11.75), $50 (cost $37.50)), $100
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after June aaveu' The United States Government guarantee ..
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, rate? What if aar Bonds should, be lost, stolen or detroyed .
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4 the Club Tuesday, Dec. 16. Kyle
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Immediately following the Tues- Calvin Peacock entertained
day business meeting of the Paho- CHILDREN VISIT recently at the Lions Club with, a
kee Lions Club the sale of Christ- Among the recent holiday guestsof Birthday party honoring her son
mas trees was begun as a fund Mrs. Edna Pickett were her Jerry on his 16th birthday. She
raising project. Kyle Scott, chair- sons, Capt. Donald Pickett of was assisted by Mrs. Joe Hatton,
man in charge of the project reported Fort Stewart, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Jr., Mrs. Eleanor Parker and her
: at the meeting that the John T. Pickett and family of daughter Miss Ann Peacock. Approximately -
i ; trees will be sold every afternoonand Lehigh Acres and her daughter, 200 guests from,

r wff9 .yu .':{f until evening the entire* starting lot, ranging at 1 o'clock from Miss Betty Lou...Pickett. of Delray. around the lake--were. -present.

five to eight feet in height have' Mrs. W. T. Duncan of Naplesand Mrs. Max Beverly has returnedto
been sold. a former resident of Canal her home in OChlochnee Ga.,
It was announced at the meeting Point was the overnight guest after a two week stay with her
that Bob McMichael of Oakland Friday of Mr. and Mrs.: M. D. mother following the death of her
3RtYi Park, governor of Lions District Geiger. father, Grady Boynton.

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The granddaughter of Mrs.: Evio Keen<< and niece of Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Ursry of Canal Point is shown above in typical majorette pose. The
young beauty is Miss Dixie Le Fender, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. L.
Fender of Tampa and the young lady was recently named "Miss Ma- "
jorette of Chamberlain High School" in Tampa.
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Credit Study Has- V. A. Pensioners To '.'. '


(continued From Page 1)) Receive ServiceA ',. Merry gift idea
ors; delegation of responsibilityand
special service to VA pension
authority; decision making; recipients in the Canal Point area for Christmas list 1 1I
long range planning; improving will be offered on Wednesday, everyone on your *
communication skills; principles of
Thursday and Friday of next week,
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effective organization determining -
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objectives, goals and policies; Rufus Veterans H. Administration Wilson, Manager Regional of the Mom. Dad. Sister Sue.

;1 characteristics of an effective!
Office at St. Petersburg, announced -
board; improving human relations J
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,, Brother Bob.
today. '
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Mr. Wilson said that a VA con-
il the next decade; and salary ad- .'

ministration.The farmer-owned. and operated tact each representative of these days would from be 8 a.present m.- : Your teen-age niece Sally.

to 4:30: p. m. in County Service Of- ,
Farmers Production Credit Asso- -
fice, 810, Datura St., West Palm -
ciation has 492 farmer membersand
extended $14,892,000.00 in cap- Beach to assist those recipients of Aunt Mary. Uncle Ralph. I
VA who have
pensions may ques-
ital and creditto
purpo&e operating
tions concerning an election to receive -
farmers of the area last year. Grandma and
The Farmers Production Credit their pensions under provisions Grandpa.
of the current pension law.
Association makes short and Inter- .
mediate-term loans to farmers in Extension phones make wonderful gifts.

:Indian River, St. Lucie, Okeechobee II Baptists Holding:

Martin, Palm Beach, Broward, Week Of Prayer
Dade, Collier and Monroe counties I For everyone.What .
with principal office in Miami and -
branch offices in Vero Beach, Belle The week of prayer for foreign
Glade and Immokalee, Florida. missions has been observed by ( else that costs so little could bring them so much pleasure 1))
members of the WMU in Southern
Baptist Churches in the Glades as
Don Znccagnino well as 'in the county and state.

Has Birthday Party The theme for the week has been
"Worship Christ the King." .
In the First Baptist Church of ,
drs Ion Zaccagnino entertain- "
3 i,1""tl.: ,.r; ': ,""Inside" wiener roast, l tfnokee; members have been
't .lln > .eel with.,an
nn i .II J 1 ('<. .j j'.Saturday?'Dec.<;01 in honor of her meeting ,each morning at 9:30 at :,
t'
the church with each circle .
taking
,n '" t. \:i lIOn Donald on.his fourth birthday.
part in presenting the
She was assisted by Donald'saunts. program.
The rainy day, did little to Monday the Fay Taylor circle / i
members "Without .
dampen the spirit of the cousins presented r
and friends attending. Christ,.They Have No King" with ___ ;
. Mrs. Annette McCurdy in charge.

J. G. Weeks and Rev. Lawrence The Lottie Moon circle presented -
Stewart were recent business visitors the Tuesday program entitled
I in Plant City.PRINCE "Heralds of the King" with :Mrs.
Ralph Crews in charge of arrange-
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: \E! Wednesday a film strip "Who Y. tv.
Follows The King" was shown at
the regular prayer service. Mrs.
Lee Wroten was in charge of the
':'; THEATRE Thursday program for the Betty
., Mills circle which was entitled
PAIIOKEE, FLA. "Children of the King." 1$' ,; lyrA Dit,.+ d u\K 5 .:, t ufZ+ ,t f'

The week was closed this morn- ,.
I ., Ing, Friday, with the program "We ,2
SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY a f
have come to worship Him" with "
DECEMBER 13-14-15 the prayer chairman from each

"PAJAMAPARTY' circle taking part on the program
under the direction of the general
prayer chairman Mrs. Ralph

I.I.. .j ELBA MANCHESTER, TOMMY Crews.Only two circles held their reg- T=:

.KIRK. ANNETTE FUN1CELLO ular monthly meetings Tuesday,
,?', The Fay Taylor Circle which met
/ (IN COLOR) at the home of Mrs. Milton Douglasand @ So .n.U_
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" the Grace Jernigan at the .
Frank Thompson,
home of Mrs.
" IIJi..._"....."....n,-"...---,.........VJluJlt.n.1'1.11.no both circles met at 8:00: p. m. B

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