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 Material Information
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 18, 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: UF00079910:00418
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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December 18, 1964 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BV PAUL RARDINCIRCULATING



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Around The GladesBy I Canal Point PTA '" 4 Student InJr.Sr.HighGet"A"


( Paul Rardin) 1Appreciation Christmas Story 3


There are three state road jobs All of the members of the Canal Tills week names hive been released -
held up by red tape either in the Point school took part in present- showing those who have
Fort Lauderdale office or in Talla- ing to the Canal Point PTA "The
gained honors during the second
hassee. Contracts have been let for Christmas Story" Monday night,
construction of Larrlmore Road In Day December 14, under the directionof Open House Is Well Fix-week period of school at Paho
Pahokee Curlee Road across the Miss Daisy Coley school music kee Junior Senior High School.
muck to Glades Sugar House and Testimony Dinner teacher. Attended Sunday Those making all "A's" were few
Ice Plant (Airport) Road in Belle Narration was by Terryl Echols, and far between as the listing went
Glade. Come January first I'm go- Kathy Maxson Jamie Gibson and up. Only four students gained the
ing to have a friend in the Gov For Paul Rardin Kenneth Resmordo. The invoca- Glades Off f ice Bid. coveted honors. In the 8th grade
ernor's chair and then I'm goingto tion was given. by President W. E. they were Merry Ann Friend and
find out what is holding up Elackwell, who at the close of the -- Gayle Story. In the 10th grade they
work on these three important A CanaJ,) Point community-wide program presented :Miss: Coley with Following dedication of "Paul were LoIs Adams and Virginia
Glades highways. Excuses had bet testimonial dinner was held at the a gift in behalf of the PTA. Rardin Park" Sunday afternoon Mills.In .

ter be pretty good after the new Community Park in Canal Point r .. I the group of friends, neighbors, the honorable mention column
Governor steps into office. He Is county officials and county\ employees -those making "B" or better the
Sunday marking 20 years that
my friend. went to the Glades Office listing, was as follows in the high
I County Commissioner; Paul Rardin
I Building where Mrs. Mae C. Pops school:
Through the years this newspaper 1 has been in public service. The 2 and other employees' In that county 12th Grade: Fayo Elliott, Andrea
has refrained from using I Community Building was full to I building had prepared an "Open Funderburk, Sharon Johnson
the shortened word for Christmas overflowing as sponsoring organi: House" and reception. Much to the Grace Jones, Fred McKee, John
-always spelling it out CHRIST I zations, Canal Point Methodist surprise and delight of Commissioner Parker, Bonnie Rayburn, Linda
:MAS. I think it even looks better church Canal Point Baptist church and Mrs.' Rardin, the entire Reid LarryVrlght.. I
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than the abbreviation to say nothing First Baptist church, PTA, Ca- group that attended the dedication, 11th Grade: Signora Briley, Ted I
of the misuse of the idea in the nal Point Garden Club and the Canal Morrow SpeakerAt continued on to the Office Buildingfor Butler, Sharon Corcoran, Glcnd.i i
abbreviation. Let's spell it out Point Lions club and their i the third of three ceremonies Crews, Lawanda Edmondson, Nan- I
from now on. I friends gathered for a covered dish Dedication Of during the day to mark Mr. Rar cy Harrington, Larry Harris! Mike
dinner and a fitting program. II din's 20 years as county commis Sanders, Joe E r b y Thompson, .
Next Monday at the County i The planning committee from I sioner. James Tyson. I
Commission meeting I'm going to I the various groups was as follows: i Paul Rardin Park The Office Building, erected in 10th Grade: Judy Andrews, Linda ;
receive a pin denoting 22 years of I J. G. Weeks, chairman, Roswell ,I 1058, was as spic and span for tho Butler, Elaine Clark Tim Gilllfi:, I''
service to Palm Beach county- Harrington Stanley Hooks, GraceMaxson I I "Open House" as the day it was Lodes Gray Linda Lane Maria I
Two years as State Representative : Bonnie: Miller Bernice I Circuit Judge Russell O. Morrowof first opened for business.' Visitors Montero, Mary Jane Pell.
and 20 years as County Commis Sheppard, Edythe Smith, Lawrence I West Palm Beach was featured marveled at the splendid' manner in Oth Grade: Omar Adams John i
sioner. Tangible value of the pin I Stewart; Jluby Tucker and W. W I speaker. the.dedicationof. Paul which the,building Jms. been kept Earwlck, Kathy; ,Boynton Inea -" f
may be but little. However I'll White. Rardin Park" Sunday on SR715: through these Fix years under tho Briley Mnglily" EHtcbanr""Pat; : J
cherish and keep it among my Before the dinner was served between Pahokee and Belle Glade. direction of Mrs. Mae C. Pope as Lewis. George Magrill Janet :Merfdlth -
souvenirs. Intangible value of the Harlan Sears pinch hitting for Nearly 300 Glades friends and I office manager. The occasion for Kenneth Osborne Deborah
little souvenir-whether it will be President J. G. Ford of the Lions neighbors of veteran County Com the "Open House" was the completion Parrish, Donna Rhoades, Richard
on my coat lapel or in a bureau club, made a few introductory re. missioner and Mrs. Paul Rardin I of the second story of the Tyson, Beverly.Wilkinson...
drawer-will be incalcuable. marks. The invocation was given gathered on the bright sunny afternoon building which was necessitated by .
by the pastor of the Canal Point for the short and dignified the creation of the MagistrateCourt
Methodist church Rev. James ceremony marking the park in accordance by the 1003 session of the i Federal Observes
Avenue A in Belle
Driving on Baugher. The pledge to the flag with a resolution passed state legislature.The .
Glade is a joy these days. The city was led by W. W. White and Mis: unanimously recently by the Boardof new court is presided over Yule HolidaysThe
has recently had the street retread- Sharon Johnson played "America"at County Commissioners of Palm by lion. James L. Tyson, Jr., Magi
ed with plant mix and it is as the piano.Following Beach county officially describingand strate and I is housed in a handsome
smooth as a table top. It's the the dinner and during naming the new beauty spot. new court room on the second home office of Everglades
street that goes by W. T. Grant'sand the program Rev. Lawrence "Paul Rardin Park." I floor. There are other offices on Federal Savings and Loan Association -
Grant Averill's.Top Stewart acted as master of cere The welcome address was given the second floor not heretofore I of Belle Glade and the Paho-
monies. The welcome address was by Board Chairman Bandlow and viewed by the public. They are the keo office will close at noon on
prize in the Everglades for given by Stanley Hooks. Mrs. Earl Commissioner George Warren read offices' of the county commissioner Thursday December 24th for the
beautiful Christmas trees will Maxson presented the Rardins witha the special resolution passed by ( small claims court and the Christmas Holidays.
necessarily have to go to Bank of handsomely bound book of testimonial the board which named the park. county solicitor. Offices will be open on Monday.
Pahokee. Again this year the tree letters from many state, Commissioner Lake Lytal and The building was handsomely December 28th for transacting
in Palm Beach county's oldest county and national officials with Commissioner E. F. Van Kessel, decorated throughout for the day business, but will be closed all day
.. bank takes all prizes. For its shape whom Commissioner Rardin has other members of the board were by many beautiful bouquets which. Tuesday December 29th for the
for an outstanding Job of decorating worked during the past 20 years. present for the ceremony.A had been sent by the architect purpose of posting dividends.
and genuine all 'round at- Rev. Baugher rendered a solo handsome bronze plaque, contractors and well)) wishers The Offices will be open for payment
tractiveness it can't be beat. Take which won acclaim from the audi! properly inscribed with the name large crowd, both at the dedicationand of dividends all day Wednesday,
J"'',:'.#> a look the next time:you drop by of the park. names of the county at the building, was perfectly December'' 30th and until noon

:: :";'.:;::.p that popular. .financial. institution ence.A, beautiful plaque, fittingly .en commissioners, the' date and a fitting handled'by the sheriff's department ,Thursday, December 31st. _. .. .
. graved and provided by ,the community motto:; "The highest .of. distinctions and not:a fender was' scratched un --8: J. _
. FRIENDS! Aren't Friends. groups, was presented to is service to others,".was d the'dlrecton of these fine young :DEEP API'EQIATION_ .... ..... ':.
..... great? ,I've known for lo these Mr. Rardin in,a few well chosen remarks unveiled'by' Miss: ,Terri Thomas, men who have had much experience There aren't ,enough adjectives..,
many years that few things compare -, by Roswell Harrington. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' J. V. handling traffic. in the English language to expressthe
,;- \ to good friends. But, Sunday I Guest speaker for the day was vet Thomas Jr., and Master Kirk Elar- The reception was the third fUnc- deep appreciation felt by ua for
t. was a naw:; high in friendship for eran County Attorney Harry A. bee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry tion for the day to mark Commissioner the splendid manifestations of
me. The three functions promotedand Johnston who has been in that position Brooks Elarbee of Pahokee. The Rardin's 20 years In office.,, friendship and neighborliness expressed i
consummated by friends and for nearly 29 years. Mr. and unveiling was followed by Judge Delectable delicacies and punch Sunday on "Paul Rardin
neighbors to mark my 20 years of Mrs. Rardin were presented to the Morrow's address. were served by Mrs. Pope and the Appreciation Day." Beginning with j'
service as a county commissionerwere group by Rev. Stewart.A Following the featured address other fine ladles who work in the the Testimonial 'Dinner at the
almost overwhelming. I was skit of a few minutes duration Commissioner Rardin introducedthe Office Building. To say that the Community Park in Canal Point, f
agreeably surprised on Monday containing pathos and com distinguished guests present affair was a decided, success is continuing thru the Dedication of ,
December 7 when the Board of edy, and titled "Paul Rardin, ThisIs for the happy occasion. The guest stating it mildly.CHRISTMAS Paul Rardin Park and then on to
County Commissioners unanimously Your Life" was the highlight of list was long and included all county . the Glades Office Building where J
voted to make Sunday, December the program. It, was a historical department heads and many I IN N. Y. "Open House" and a reception 1 '
13, "Paul Rardin Appreciation sketch of Mr. Rardin's life from folks who work in the various departments Bob Kennedy, son of Mr .nnd were held honoring 20 years :of: ,
Day In Palm Beach County." It's'I I childhood until this present day. of county governmentin Mrs. Norman Kennedy and a soph- service as County Commissioner, 'i
nice to have such splendid gesturesof Outstanding in the skit was the the court house InVest Palm more at Arkansas! A & M, Collega it was a perfect day from begin-
friendship while I am up and portrayal of Mrs. Rardin at the Beach. I Heights Ark., left Thursday to ning to end. For each and every
around and able to enjoy them. age of 18 before she became Mrs.' The invocation for the afternoonwas mend the Christmas holidays with act of kindness and the thought-
Rardin. This portrayal was excel- given by Rev. Lawrence Stew his brother and sister-in-law Mr. fulness of those who originated the
Rotary President Mike Sandersin lently done by Mrs.. Harry Elarbee. art pastor of the Canal Point Baptist and Mrs. Morris Kennedy in Dans- three functions we are deeply ,
.
Pahokee ,announced yesterdaythat church and the benedictionwas I vllle. N. Y., and his grandfather A. grateful and shall always remember \f
no meeting of the club will be HAROLD RABIN ILL given by Rev. Jay Jameson' N. Kennedy in Geneseo, N. Y. this great day. f
, held on Thursday December 24. He Harold Rabin. Belle Glade pro pastor of the Lake Harbor Methodist . Paul and Kathryn Rardin. i
r said officials of the club thought I duce man is still in the hospital in church. Mrs. Janle Beck of Atlanta. Ga., !
" that members might be in the a severe condition following a Following the bened,"tlon thi will arrive this weekend to spend Fred Blakey of Tallahassee is i
. Christmas shopping mood and heart attack several days ago. Reports group continued on to the Glades the 'Christmas holidays with her expected this week-end to spend "' t
would want to spend the day pre- I are that he will have to takeit I Office Building where "Open I son and family Mr. and Mrs. Bill the Christmas holidays with his i
paring for Christmas. very easy for another six weeks. House" and a reception were held. Brown. parents Mr. and Mrs. Arch Blakey. i


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Friday, December':18, 1964
Page Two 'The Everglades New. Canal Pout Florida--.33438 __


Gift Exchange By Employees To Get Buttons And Bows

Sod Busters Group Service AwardsMore Group In MeetingThe

Canal Point Buttons and
Members of the Sod Busters I than a score of county
f I III brought their gift ideas for Christ-] commission employees will meet Bows had a Christmas party on
December 9 with 13 members and
mas arrangements to the December with board members next Monday
<<1.1"Hi meeting at the home of Mrs. F. to be recognized for the long years Peggy Bitting, Junior leader, and
Maxson, Mrs. Hebert and
Mrs.
A H. Poteete and later exchanged I of service with the county.
ml' I\ l set for :Mrs. Bitting, leaders preent.
them in a gift exchange. Mrs. Lee I In a special presentation recreation included singing
Shirley, vice president, presided at 9:3O: a. m., 27 employees will receive The
Il I also the
91 the business meeting in the absenceof service pins for their more and dancing exchangingof
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The members also received
the president, Mrs. Aryan Mayo. I than 25 years: of employment In the gifts.their record books.
Mrs. David Unwin, Mrs. F. H. county.
Poteete and Mrs. Lee Shirley volunteered The ceremony is part of the The meeting was adjourned at

The Rardin Building: In Canal Point FloridaTHE to act as Judges for the boards annual service pin present S.OO.: . .
commercial decorations in Belle ation in which each worker with
LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF 'Glade which is sponsored by the five or more years of service la HOME FROM HOSPITALMrs.
Belle Glade Garden Club. It was given a lapel button by the board. F. J. Winchester mother of

THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing announced that the following . ... Mrs. Minter Collins has returnedto
members helped deliver fruit cakes the home of her daughter following -
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without for the Pahokee Garden Club, Mrs. I HOME FROM HOSPITAL a serious illness and con
Interruption Every Week for 40 Years Edgar Wilder, Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson Jack Spencer returned to his finement at Everglades Memorial

Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday Jr., Mrs. Aryan Mayo, 'Mrs. I home In Pahokee Tuesday from St. hospital. Members of the family
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe Lee Shirley, and :Mrs. David Un- Marys hospital in West Palm visiting over the weekend were her

win. Beach where he was rushed Sat son, D. S. Winchester of Tallahassee -
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office ..
urday night after he was strickenat and daughters, Mrs. L. C. Farrof
In Canal Point. Florida, as Second Class Matter Miss Eva Lee plans to leave for I his grocery store. It was thoughtat Wachula, Mrs. H. E. Smith of

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher Ontario, Canada the first of the first that he might have suffered Orlando, Mrs. R. E. Griff and
week. She has been employed as a i a heart attack but examination Mrs. J. H. Grantham of West Palm
registered nurse at the Everglades 'showed differently after his hos- Beach and Mrs. S. J. Hewitt of

Here Is What Transpired At Monday's Memorial Hospital. pitalization. Mulberry.


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County commissioners Monday with the proposed extension of +

authorized the employment of an Chase Street which is being hotly

architectural firm to start work on ch.opposed by the First Baptist Chur- .:. Phone 3245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade d!.

plans for detention
a new county
Decided to try and get the- Cityof .
home.' West Palm Beach and Its Cham- 4? SALES and SERVICE "x.y

The board approved hiring Emily ber of Commerce to iron out difficulties iM
and Harold Obst, Palm Beach in moving the Chamber J Heating Air Conditioning Appliances .."..
architects, to start drafting plans building off land needed to build

with for the the home.county The engineer firm will commissioners work ,Memorial new approach Bridge.ramps to Flagler .>.>+-->.> .:.<..:..:..:..:.<..><. :..><.4: :..><..:..:..:..:..>.:.<..>.><...> ..>..>

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county juvenile department and Youth Choirs To
Board of Visitors in selecting a site '
and planning the new facilities. Present PageantThe f-
In other actions this week the .

commission: Youth Choirs of the Pahokee
Went on record as favoring legislative
First Baptist Church will present I
action which would give the
Over The World" Val- .'
county commission control of sec "Song by

ondary road funds and to ban the eria Lehman, a Christmas pageant! ,;''1' . ,', .. '
use of secondary funds for purchase on Wednesday Dec. 23, 7:00 p. m. \
of right of for primary ; make : '
way The Characters are Mary Claudia ..
road projects. Shirley; Joseph. Phillip White; day .
every ihJ
Named Ted Brown, Jr., as appraiser Shepherds, Mark Parker Mark \ ,
for a parcel of airport land Wetherington, Larry Grimes; a !El
being sought as a site for a new David. George TitUs; Travelers 17-\Q !
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post office near Four Points. to Bethlehem Steve Hawk -- '
Told the City of Boca Raton thatit Julie Unwin, Larry Moss and
is without authority to stop con- Kathy Wilkinson; Angels, Vic- Af A
struction of private roads in Para kie Poteete Wanda Stapelton .
dise Palms subdivision. Debbie McCoy Bea Wroten Bar- I It.: 1
Gave a vote of endorsement to bara Shirley, Kathy Britton, Lyla ,, ; :i i I'
John Dunkle, new circuit court Gore Karen Aldridge, Debbie Sullivan 61YE BETTER
clerk, who seeks to combine the Alenia Martin, and Kathy ,
offices of circuit and criminal Reynolds; Youth of this generation ELECTRICALLY 1_
court clerks. represented by Bill Williams John .popular
Took under advisement, a land- Collier, Roland Culberson, Mark '
swap proposal from Palm Beach Aldridge Jimmy Wilkinson and Allen practical
Gardens in which the county would Hood. preferred
get a new area to be used as a Music will be presented by the 4
county dump, the county in return Junior and Intermediate choirs
would close its present dump In the under the direction of Mrs. Guthrie
Garden area.Authorized. Colvard with the assistance of the
the Airport Parking Junior choir sponsors. Mrs. W. K. ( C ( Std r .I
Co., to enlarge the parking area Aldridge. Mrs. James H. Wilkinson x -

at International Airport to better Jr., ..vMrs C. E. Williams, Don \% r' I <;-
serve clients during the seasonal Collier and Ralph Grimes. Pianist, ,
rush. Batchelor and Organist -
:Miss Dorothy \
Instructed the county planning Miss Faye Harris. Narratorwill V3 .. t tF
department to make recommendations be Miss Lotus Gray and; the /i ,
for county roads that mightbe '' ,Ginger t
voice heard.that;;,of Miss .
included in a new state-wide Willis. .
,scenic route program being prepared The beginner and primary choirs

by the florida Development will be featured at, the beginningof ...,
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Commission. I (
the
program.
Heard that the City of West m m mAT ','
:Palm Beach wants to go ahead PARK DEDICATIONMr. "

NOTICE: OF'INTENTIONTO : and Mrs. Joe Kelly of Ft.

REGISTER FICTITIOUSNAME Pierce were the weekend guests of ,

their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. ... 1'. '.-
and V. Thomas Jr.. and attended '
Mrs. J. 1-
Notice is *; ,
hereby given that the .,.. ,
the dedication of Paul Rar '
undersigned, under the provisions "
of Chapter 20,953. Laws of Florida. din Park Sunday afternoon. The "NEW LOOK" in gifts is modern, long-lasting electric :

Acts of 1941. will register with the appliances.So whether it's something new for the home or patio, ;r

.Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and or personal use . .''you'll be giving comfort and convenience .. .
for Palm Beach County Florida, gratefully remembered every time it's used.
upon receipt of proof of publicationof
this notice the fictitious name "> SEE THESE AND MANY MORE AT YOUR FAVORITE STORE:

to-wit: .. Bad Coverings Clocks Hedge Trimmers Shavers
ASSOCIATED BUILDING (Blankets and Coffee Makers Knife Sharpeners Shoe Polishers .:' -
MAINTENANCELake I. Sheets) Com Poppers Lamps (portable) Skillets I
Blenders- Curling Irons Lawn MowersBroilers Toasters
Worth Florida I Deep Fat Fryers Power Tools Tooth Brushes t
Under which we are engaged in : ;. Can Openers Floor Polishers Radio/TV/Hi-Fi Vacuum Cleaner. ,
business in Lake Worth Palm Carving Knives Fry Pans Rotisseries Waffle Bakers r
Beach County Florida. That the Casseroles Hair Dryers Sandwich Grills Warming Trays ,.'
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parties Interested in said business .am/torthot.-w..ALL-ELECTRIC KITCHEN. "
are (Patsy Sue Wayman and Al

''Douglass.Associated' That Building the 'firm.Maintenance.name is WMOL : 7IQ )fr-f.lg.m I. {! L : i. .. .' : I

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once a '
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I. PERSONAL_ NiEWS NOTES I Rupert Mock, Jr.The Serving In Glades


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, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cote ol Mrs. W. M. DuBose plans to join Community Methodist Chur- I The Mobile X-Ray Unit of Palm
Beach County will be at the
following
I West Palm Beach were the overnight her husband in Jacksonville for the ch in Belle Glade was the scene -
guests of Mayor and ::Mrs. Christmas holidays.Mr. Saturday, Dec. 12, at 4 p. m. of a places on the dates and at the
times listed below A&P
Duncan Padgett, Saturday. and Mrs. L. J. Fraser were double-ring, candlelight ceremony : Grocery
s East Main Street in
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson of the Sunday guests of his mother in uniting in marriage Miss Paulalee s Pahokee on
St. Petersburg were the weekend Clearwater.Mrs. Parson of Belle Glade and Rupert Friday, December 18 from 3 to 9
guests of their daughter and son- Frank Tillis was the recent Mock, Jr., of Pahokee. p. m.; Bank of Pahokee on Saturday -
: in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Collins guest of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jau- The couple repeated their vows December 19 from 1:00: t.>
and son. don in Wauchula.Mr. after Rev. W. R. Boland, pastor, 6:00: p. m.; McClure's Village on
Ron Hair arrived Wednesdayfrom and Mrs. Marvin Crady had as they stood before an altar banked Monday, December 21 from 10:00to :
his base near Frankfort, Ger- aa weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. with greenery, decorated with 12:00: a. m.;
", many, for a 30 day leave. He is Charles Routte of Lexington, Ky. baskets of tube roses, white stock h.F Fourth Street and Rardin Avenue -
the guest of his fiance Miss Velma David Watkins of University of and gladioli interspersed with holly Loading Zone in Pahokee on
WIlliams and her parents, Mr. and Mississippi, and Mike Watkins of and lighted with cathedral tap- Monday, December 21 from 4:00: to
:Mrs. J. E. Williams.Mr. Northeastern Oklahoma University ers In two tree-branched candelabra. 8:00: p. m.; Pahokee Post Office on
and Mrs. George Peterson of arrived this week to spend the The seating section for rela- December 22, Tuesday from 10:00to :
Winter Park were the recent Christmas holidays with their parents I tives was marked with smilax, holly 12:00: a. m.; Fourth Street and
guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. An Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Watkins. and tall line candelabra.The Rardin Avenue, Loading Zone in
derson. Chuck Pell of Northeastern bride, daughter of :Mr. awl MISS RALENA URSRY Pahokee on Tuesday, December 22
Mr. and Mrs. Bill McClenithan Oklahoma University arrived this Mrs. L. P. Parson of Belle Glade, from 4:00: to 8:00: p. m.; and at the
were Saturday visitors in Ft. I week to spend the Christmas holidays is a graduate of Belle Glade High Dairy Merit AwardTo Pahokee White Camp, Old Project
Pierce.Dr. with their parents,, Mr. and School and attended Palm Beach Wednesday, December 23 from
and Mrs. L. W. Armstrong Mrs. D. B. Watkins. Junior College and Troy Stats College Ralena UrsryThe 1:00: to 7:00: p. m.
returned from a visit with her Chuck Pell of Northeastern in Alabama. Formerly associ- Red Cross officials sincerely
sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. Oklahoma University is spendingthe ated as customer service representative Dairy Council of South F'lor- hope that you will take advantageof
R. Bowers and her cousins, Mr. and Christmas holidays with his for the West Palm Beach office ida certificate of Merit Award has the X-Ray Unit while it is in
Mrs. W. H. Ridenour in Orlando parents, Mr. and Mrs. Webb Pell. of the National Cash Register been presented to Miss Ralena: your area.Patricia.
\ and Leesburg. Mrs. Gui Wood has returned to Company of Dayton, Ohio, she is Ursry for her achievements in 4H - .
Mi. and Mrs. R. J. Maxson planto her home from Everglades Memorial being transferred by the companv and other outside activities. Ra-
leave Friday for west Texas hospital following a car accident to the same position in its Jacksonville lena is a member of the Canal Thomas
where they will spend the Christ- in which she suffered a office. Point 4H club now in her third
Weds L. W. WilliamsMiss
mas holidays with their son and broken knee. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. year and president of the Rebel-
family, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Max- Mr. nnd Mrs. Sherman Scott ofHardv and Mrs. Rupert Mock of Pahokee.A etts. She is devotional chairman of
son.Mrs. Ky., were the Saturday graduate of Pahokee High the Canal Point Baptist G. A's anda Patricia Lee Thomas daughter -
Doris Carter was the guestof gUest of their son and family Mr School, he received a BS Degree in member of the Archery and of Mr." and Mrs. Howard Thomas -
friends in Bradenton, Friday. and Mrs. Kyle: Scott. advertising design from Florida Music clubs at Pahokee Hi became the bride of Lester
State University in 1962 and flirt School. the Wayne Williams, son of Mr. and
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postgraduate work at the University achievement award for completing Mrs. Charles Barfield in a simple
Hold Barbara Jo Davis
Loyalettes
of Arizona. He is a member three blue ribbon projects and was ceremony at the home of the
Christmas Party To Wed J. H. BullockMr. of Beta Eta Chapter of Pi Kappa awarded a free trip to camp Clov- groom Friday, December 10 at 8
Phi Fraternity and served brieflyin erleaf in Lake Placid. Ralena has p. m. Rev. Ruben Barfield, uncleof

Members of the Loyalettes Sun and Mrs. A. G. Belcher plan 1962 as field secretary for the also been awarded the dress review the groom officiated.The .
day School class of the Pahokee to attend the wedding of their son, national Pi Kappa Phi office. He 1 is award at the county awards day I bride, given in marriage by
First Baptist Church met at the I Joseph H. Bullock to Miss BarbaraJo now associated with the Atlantic for having participated in the dress her father, wore a ballerina length
home of their teacher Mrs. Lee Davis at the Church of Christin National Bank in Jacksonville. review at the Florida State Fair. i iI .I gown of silk taffeta and alencon
Wroten, Friday evening, December Winter Garden, Sunday at 4 p. :Mrs. Harold K. Parson, aunt of She is the daughter of Mr. and I lace featuring a scalloped necklines
11 for their Christmas party with m. Mr. Bullock is a member of the the bride, sang "Song of Ruth" and I Mrs. Ray Ursry of Canal Point anda and long tapered sleeves. Her four
husbands as guests. National Guard and a Pahokee the 23rd Psalm, followed by the member of the 7th grade at Pa- tier veil of french Illusion was at-
The buffet dinner was served High School graduate of 1962. Miss prayer song, "0, Father, Son and I hokee Junior High School. tached to a white organza rose
from a table centered with a gold Davis is a former resident of Pa- Holy Ghost," after the couple had --- headpiece. She wore all white ac-
and red poinsettia arrangementand hokee, the daughter of Mr. and completed their vows. She was ac- cessoiies. Guests included the Immediate -
flanked by red tapers in gold Mrs. Joe Davis and Pahokee High companied by Miss Karen Vadasz, Operetta At PTA family and close friends.
organist, who played also the tra Mrs. Williams is a graduate of
candle holders. Christmas decorations graduate class of 64. The couple
were used throughout the plan to make their home in Paho- ditional nuptial music. In Pahokee Dec. 14Mrs. : Pahokee High School, class of 64
house. Following the dinner a kee following his discharge from Miss Jo Margaret Parson, sisterof and is employed as a cashier at
white Bible with her name engraved the National Guard. the bride, was maid of honor. I I Kwik Chek in Belle Glade. Mr.
in gold was presented to Her gown of magenta velvet was Beulah Boe's fourth grad!'! Williams is a graduate of Pahokee
Mrs. Wroten by president, Mrj. - fashioned with corded waistline, presented an operetta entitled :I High School class of 59 and is serv-
Frank Catoe in behalf of the class. BIRTHDAY PARTY scoop neckline and a.slightly gathered "The Night before Christmas" at o ing with the U. S. Army in Gra-
J Mrs. Bill Brown entertained with full skirt.*"'"Her*" line 'bouquet the Pahokee PTA, Monday night I senwohr, Germany. Mrs. Williams
- a birthday party honoring her was made up of Colorado whlts December 14. Members of the cast will reside with her parents, until
I SECOND ANNUAL, OPEN daughter, Patti on her fifth birthday pine interspersed with holly and were Cathy Kautz, a fifth grader; her husband completes his tour of
r, HOUSE AT CHRISTMAS f Tuesday, December 15 at Mrs. white carnations. Carol Wilder, Caron Wilder, Reid duty in Germany.
To share with all their friends Blakey's Kindergarten. Christmas Bridesmaids were Miss Patricia Upthegrove, Mark Aldridge, Leslie .
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the joys that have been their's this favors were presented to the child- Marker, cousin of the bride; Mrs. Hatton, Leslie Mayo, Jane Spencer,
year. Pastor and Mrs. Stewart and ren attending. Mrs. Brown was assisted David W. Ramey and Miss Marilyn Ray Hatton II, Dallas Apelgren, Concert PlannedAt
the Boys will observe "Open Houseat I by Mrs. J. A.: Guthrie1.' Mock, sisters of the bridegroom, Dennis Powell, Ethel McFadden,
If Christmas" this coming Sunday' - and Miss Cyndy Friend. Their Laura Sue Boynton, and Tommy Baptist Church
between the hours of 2:30: and 4:30: AT PARK DEDICATIONMr. gowns and bouquets were identicalto Shirley. i -
p. m. All church members are urg- and Mrs. Will Nason joined that of the maid of honor. Music was directed by Miss Ellen I Sunday December 20, at 7:45 p.
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ed to attend. A special invitation their son Nat at the home of her Kelly Cowart, small daughter of Morgan, Sharon Johnson, a high ; m. a Christmas Concert will be
I goes out to all our friends and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Max- Mr. and Mrs. Billy Cowart, was school senior served as pianist. At I presented by the Chancel, Junior
neighbors of the community, to son where Nat had been spending flower girl. Jon Mock, small brother the close of the program a potted and Cherub choirs of the Pahokee
I come in and permit us to share the weekend and attended the dedication of the bridegroom, unrolled the poinsettia was presented to Mrs. First Methodist Church, under the
with you*a bit of the Christine of Paul Rardin Park Sun- traditional white aisle cloth in ad- Boe by Caron and Carol Wilder in direction of Mrs. R. L. Hatton.
f fellowship. Please do drop in at day afternoon. vance of the bridal couple as they behalf of the class. A short busi- Pianist will be Miss Alice Hurt,
your convenience. We'll be looking - marched to the altar. ness meeting preceeded the program organist, Mrs. Billy Turbeville and
\ for you. APPRECIATION The bride was escorted to the at which time the attendance Dick Hurt will play the chimes.
t Pastor and Mrs Stewart In this Season of Thanksgivingand altar and given in marriage by her. award was given to Mrs. Boe' Soloists will be Mrs. Hugh Branch
\ Larry, John Ernest, Timothy Love we thank each of you father. Her full length Sheath fourth grade. and Dr. R. L. Hatton. Miss Tammy
and David. gratefully and Sincerely for your gown of Empire antique satin Branch will be flutiest.
-. thoughtfulness and concern during brocade featured small knife Boy Scouts Win Some of the' musical selectionswill
CLASSIFIED" ADS PAY I Cliffs illness and convalecence. pleats, on either side, tied with lov- be "Sing We Noel" and "Love
BIG DIVIDENDS Cliff and Madrue Stewart ers knots of the same material, and Second Place Came down at Christmas" by the
... , a divided surplice with court train. Chancel choir which is composed r"
; ,.10 - -- The shoulder-length yell of French Troup' 628 of the ,Boy Scouts sot of: 35 voices; "Hush-a-Room" and .
8 i'M' M'i'i' n8 8-; illusion',was'; attached to a pillbox I America, Pahokee; came in second "There Were Shepherds" by the

r ft', : : hat. Her: ,cascade .bouquet of whiteswan'orchidarand : .at the recent District, Camporea Ladies Chorus;"Sleep Holy Child",
lilies of the val*: held at Arrieta Ranch December "Ring.Merrily' on High," "Christ
r ley was tied with pearl roping and I I ill thru13.: The boys competed in Came :to Bethlehem" "Noel""Jesus
I her only Jewelry was a single all events\ and had two boys tapped Rest Your Head", "Adore
strand of pearls belonging to the]I for the'"Order of the Arrow", they and Be Still" and the closing num-
bridegroom's mother. were Dick Hurt. and Lucky Hewell. ber will be the "Halleluiah Chor-
I JEEP FOR SALE CHEAP Rupert Mock, Sr., served as his The troup was accompanied ,by us".
son's best man. Ushers were Walter their Scout Master Tom Martinez
Rothenbach, a fraternity brotherof Vance Denton Glades District
f the bridegroom; David W. Ram- Chairman and acting assistant ::1lJ:I .I..,I"y" U6; V..I&.M.61 1"l.I I".UII"V..A
1959 MODEL CJ-5,4 CYLINDER ey, his brother-in-law; Billy Rogers Scout master, and Jack Hewell
a cousin, and Kenneth McIn- who serves as a committeeman.
tosh. -

Call or Contact John Rogers For her daughter's wedding Mrs" Mrs. Charles L. Wilson of Nash- PRINCE THEATREPAHOKEE
Parson chose a slate blue sheath ville, Tenn., is the guest of her son
with lace overblouse styled with and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy FLA.

tI: Pahokee Drainage District three-quarter sleeves and crepe Wilson. -
skirt. Mrs. Mock, mother of the SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAYDECE.itRER
bridegroom, wore an aquamarinesheath guest book. Assisting at the table .
j fashioned similarly to that were Mrs. Hub Spooner, Mrs. Hubert 20-21-22
TELEPHONE 924-5564 of Mrs. Parson. Both mothers had Tillery, Mrs. Francis Harris "WHERE LOVE
\'! white cattaleya orchid corsages. and Mrs. A. E. Kirchman; also
The reception following the ceremony - Mrs. S. M. Pitts, Jr.. Mrs. Robert HAS GONE"
I Canal Point, Fla. was at the home of Mr. and Wagnon and Mrs. Philip Wilson SUSAN HAYWAJID, BETTE
Mrs. Carrie Curlee. At the centerof junior assistants.
DA.
\ the bride's table was an epergne Following the wedding trip to VISnCIIAEL CONNORSIN
arrangement of tube roses, white West End, Grand Bahama Island ( COLOR)
o :". & stock and holly. The two punch BWI. Mr. and Mrs. Mock will be
_' \t(*' it -:____ bowls were entwined with smilax. at their home 7124 Ponce de Leon
I '.'. I . I I I : I : : I . . I I . . I : : : : : I . . . . I : I : Mrs. Michael Wilson was at the Ave., Jacksonville, after Dec. 18. i ',;.'T,;:. .. 1TT.-_ - .
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Six The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33438 Friday, December_18, 1964
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Salvation Army Is Cantata Is Plan


I Iln News Of The ChurchesThe Big Help In GladesMany Sunday Coffee and, Dec.cake was 20 served to

members of the First Baptist

Church choir following choir prac-
: worthwhile services are
wwwww tice Wednesday night at the homo
Methodist Church South Side ChurchOf Canal Point being carried on by the Salvation of their teacher, Mrs. Lee Wroten,

Army throughout the year in the The Christmas theme was carried
Canal: Point FloridaJames ChristBelle Baptist Church
Glades area. Last Sunday afternoon out in decorations.", The choir Is

W. Pastor Glade across from Lawrence Stewart, Pastor a.8roupot musicians! headedby making last minute preparationsfor
Baugher
SUNDAY: Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 SUNDAY: Major Otis Street, conducted a the presentation of the cantata
service at the Belle Glade Correc- "Born A King" by John W. Peter-
9:45: : a. m.-Sunday School. .0:00: a. m.-Bible Study 8:45: a. m.-Sunday School
tional Institution. Gift packageswere son under the direction of Mrs.
1:00 rn.-Sermon
a.
: 11:00
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship : a. m.-Morning Worship
6:00: m.-Evening Worship 6:30: p. m.-Evening Service 6:30: p. m.-Training Union left for each inmate. Guthrie Colvard.
p.
TUESDAY: 6:30 p. m.-Wed. Bible, Study 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship Last year 2,190 people were ben- The cantata will be presented at
.. WEDNESDAY efited in this area by the Salvation the 6 p. m. services Sunday night.
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8:00 m.-Woman's
: p. Society Army services. Dec. 20. Narration will be by Rev.
Jet TuesdayWEDNESDAY Church Of God 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting
.Aa. Service was rendered to thirty Guthrie Colvard; soloists are
: Barfield HighwayPahokee girls In Palm Beach County so far James Batchelor, Jr., Mrs. Bill
7:30: p. m.-Prayer. Meeting First Baptist this year, receiving counsel and Shirley, :Mrs. Ralph Grimes and

Fla. Church Canal PointElder aid, in addition to others who were Mrs. Lee Wroten.
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First Methodist J. W. Hughes, Minister referred directly to homes in Jack-, Choir members participating are

Church; PahokeeJohn Phone 924.3736 R. E. Barfield sonville and Tampa, by County and sopranos, Mrs. James Batchelor
SUNDAY: SUNDAY: State Welfare Agencies. These Sr., Mrs. E. B. Gamble, Mrs. Ralph
0:45: girls come to us bewildered, fear- Grimes, Mrs. Mary'Hammond,
: .a. m.-Sunday School 0:45: a. m.-Sunday School
SUNDAY A. Bnley, Pastor. 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship ful not knowing what to do; hereat Mrs. Bob Hasty, }Mrs. Bill Shirley
: the Salvation Army they find a Mrs. Lee Shirley, Mrs. Frank
7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser- 6:30: p. m.-B. 1. C.
9:45 m.-Church
: a. School
7:30 haven of refuge. Thompson, Mrs. Wiley Tillis;
viceCUESDAY : m.-Evening Worship.
p.
11:00: a. m.Morning Worship : TUESDAYS: Transient services provided in Altos, Mrs. Harvey Batchelor, Mrs.
6:45: p. .-MYF Frank Tillis, Mrs. Claude Shirley
7:30 Choir West Palm Beach and throughoutthe
7:30 p. m.- Prayer Service p. m.- practice.
7:45: p. m.-Evenlng Worship THURSDAY: WEDNESDAY: state service migrant persons Mrs. Ron TerHaar, Mrs. M. P.

TUESDAY: 7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ 7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer moving into and out of the Glades.In I Stanley and Mrs. Lee Wroten:
7:00: p. m.-Vesper Choir prac Service Service. addition to the many services Tenors James Batchelor Jr.,

ticeWEDNESDAY . THURSDAY:-Every other week the Salvation Army this year has Ralph Grimes, Kell Hood and Ron
: 7:30: p. m.Ladles Auxiliary undertaken the operation of the TerHaar; Base, Bob Hasty and
7:45:> m.-Mld-week devotions The Church Of God I
: p. Meeting. Wee Care Day Center for Migrant James Batchelor, Sr.

Of Prophecy PahokeeCanal children in Belle Glade, which Pianist Miss Dorothy Batchelor -
8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir practice I cares for 100 children each day. and organist, Miss Faye Har-
Point Road Jaycees Of Lake I ris.
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pastor Visit -- -------
First Baptist 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School Witnesses Home I ,

Church Pahokee I 11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service members of the Lake Worth I Classified Ads
7:45 p. Evangelistic Service Jaycees, including their president, From KissimmeeBelle

Guthrie W. Colvard, Pastor 8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.LJB. were the guests of the Pahokee I
SUNDAY; 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. Jaycees at their regular meeting Glade Jehovah's Witness POSITIVELY all want ads or

9:45: a. m.-Sunday School I Everyone welcome. Special music held at the Everglades Federal delegates are back home after at- classifieds, as you wish to call

11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship ind singing._.. . Community room Tuesday night. tending a three-day religious them, are payable in advance from
6:00: p. m.-Evening Worship The delegation represented the sembly in Kissimmee. The as-I his day forward. Don't phone 'em.
6:45: p. m.-Training Union Christian Science "Roll The Barrel" visitation con- bly was sponsored by the Write it and drop a dollar bill in
WEDNESDAY: test which is now going on among towwer Bible and Tract Societyand the envelope if you want/it run
7:30: p. m.-Prayer Service Group Of Canal PointJesus' clubs of the "sweet sixteen dis was under the direction of Mr. once. $2 if you want it run twice

I trict". This contest gets new members David Bowman, Witness Supervisor and so on.
-i I II life as a manifestationof out for visitation with the of Florida Circuit No.8, and
Glades Baptist Church FOR SALE: New and Used Willys
divine power will be studied at other clubs and in general promotes Joseph Saia, Witness Supervisor
Walter
Jeeps. Ashley's Garagein
Christian Science services this good will among the towns. Tom and traveling minister working out I Glade Phone 63058.
Belle ,
I (Rev. Jonathan L. Wolf) Sunday. Subject: "Is the Universe, Martinez, president, presided at of Witness International Head Oct. 17-54-ch.
j Meets in Pahokee Lions Club the business meeting. quarters in Brooklyn, New York.
Including Man, Evolved by Atomic
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Building. Force?" Bible readings will include Delegates from 19 Central Florida tvIIATS IN THE ATTIC that you
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45: : a. m. congregations, comprising CircuitNo. don't need? A classified adn
accounts of the virgin birth, calming Stork Shower For $1.00
; PREACHING-11:00 a. m.,, and 8, attended' and took part in this column will probably find
I the storm, the raising of Laz-
7:30: p. m. arus, and Jesus' words: "I am the Mrs. H. StricklandMrs. the program activities. you a sale. Just write your ad, enclose -
SUNDAY B. Y. F.6:30:' p. m. light of the world: he that follow- Miles P. Crum, local presiding a dollar and we'll do the rest.

j "WED. PRAYER.-.7:30: p. m. eth me shall not walk in darkness, Harry Strickland was honored Witness minister said that con- The Everglades News, Canal Point;,
but shall have the light of life" with "Stork Shower" at the gregations in the Circuit provided Fla.
I 4 THE LIFE OF CHRIST home of ),rrs.'Osceola -"Upthegrove: program speakers and volunteersto
(John 8:12): )
f The Life of Christ in Music, Selections from the Christian:: Thursday, December 10 at 8 p. m. operate some 18 volunteer service SEPTIC TANK PUMPING' AND
Picture, and Pantomine will be Science textbook about the birthof The refreshment table was laid departments to care for the REPAIR Service in Clewiston
presented by the Canal Point Bap- Jesus will include these lines: with a white lace over pink cloth needs of the delegates. South Bay, Belle Glade, Pahokeeand
tist Church Music this of "The Witnesses well knownall Canal Point. Serving the
Department "The Incarnation of Truth, that with a floral arrangement pink are
coming Sunday evening at 7:30: I amplification of wonder and glory hibiscus and pink tapers in silver over the world for their orderly Glades for 20 years. Phone 924-:
Ij p. m. The story, complete from the which angels could only whisperand candle holders. A sheet cake deco- religious gatherings and this of 5626. H. L. Pitts, old Belle Glade
I Cradle to the ascension, will be en- which God illustrated by light rated with pink and blue booties course, takes planning and train- road. St. Oct. 16-ch.tf
acted by members of the church. with was featured on the table. Host- ing such as we receive at the Circuit -r
and harmony, is consonant ROOM AND BOARD Family
Everyone is welcomed to attend. A ever-present Love" (Science and esses with Mrs. Upthegrove were, gatherings," said Mr. Crum. Style Meals. Inquire Shell Service
of Mrs. J. L. Mrs. Pat further clarified this remark '
and He by
period fellowship goodies Humphreys, 924-
Health with Key to the Scripturesby Station Canal Point or Call
for the children will follow in the Mary Baker Eddy p. 501)). Turbeville and Mrs. Glenn Levins. I explaining, "The smallest group 7238 or 924-9403. N20tf8
recreation room.Rehearsal. - Their gift to the honoree was a gatherings, other than the local
-- high chair. congregations and Bible study AIR COMPRESSOR! FOR SALE.
Patterson CircleMetOn.Monday ..
DinnerMockParson groups, are the Circuit Assemblies Up to 200 pound capacity. Itis,
I Mrs. Zoe Parker ' West Palm and then in turn; the District,Assemblies an. Allstate, product and is pricedat
Group Beach was the Sunday guest of and then the National a bargain. Call L. D. Duke,
Mr. and Mrs. J. P.Parker._ and International Assemblies." Phone 924-7824. D18, 25pd.
The lone Patterson Circle met

Following the rehearsal for the Monday, December 14 at the home _.. ,
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Mock-Parson wedding at the Community _ of :Mrs. W. S. Cross with Mrs. j. L.

Methodist Church in Belle McCall, circle chairman, presidingat
Glade Friday evening, Mr. and the business meeting. Mrs. C. K.Fritchett .
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Mrs. Rupert Mock, parents of the house guest of Mrs. C. B.
bridegroom-elect, entertained at Jones and Miss Mattie Bain house-
their home on East Main St., Pa- guest ofMrs., Paul Rardin were
hokee, with a buffet dinner for the 1 welcomed as guests.
bridal couple and other membersof 'The devotionals were given by

the wedding party. Mrs..C. B. Jones, Mrs. M.'F George I
The dinner featured sliced ham, and Mrs. W. S. Cross;,after which
turkey, and king crabmeat with all Mrs. J. D. Latham presented the
the trimmings. Red and pink roses ..W ohi Through Giving" ''Yt: :
were used in the floral program P. .... ............. :::. ..
arrange? She was assisted by Mrs. :
ments with small red and pink Jones Mrs. Frank O'Connell and : f
rose buds at the center of each I Mrs. :M. C. Carter.
Federal is the to earn
small table.Attending. The January meeting will be held Everglades place a high dividend

in addition to Miss at the home of Mrs. Carter. At the
on savings. Drop by today at our Pahokee office
or
Paulalee Parson and Rupert Mock, conclusion of the meeting, the your
Jr., were Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Par- hostess asssisted by her. grand
eon, Miss Cyndy Friend, Mr. and daughter, Mrs. Harry Elarbee, at the Home office at Belle Glade and let us show you how

Mrs. David W. Ramey, Rev. and served refreshments to the mem-
Mrs. W. R. Boland, Preston Lane, bers and.the following guests who TT easy it is to systematically

Miss Jo Margaret Parson Miss came to surprise Mrs. Paul Rardin 41. f t save a certain amount for that
Marilyn Mock, Rickey Parker, Mr. on' her birthday: Mrs. J. V. Thomas m
I and Mrs. Billy Cowart and daughter Mrs, H. M. McIntosh Mrs. rainy day.
'J.\\ Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wiley Tillis, Mrs. C. L. Stuart Mrs.R. .
Parson, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Rogers, T. Smith and Kirk Elarbee.
Walter Rothenbach Mr. and Mrs. ..

j., ;.. Kenneth McIntosh, Mr. and Mrs. AT PARK DEDICATION EVERGLADES FEDERALSavings
., ;.' Lewis Friend, :Mr. and Mrs. Carrie Among the many out-of-town

Curlee, Miss Patricia Marker Mrs. guests attending the Paul Rardin And Loan AssociationACCOUNTS
Sadie Barwick and Jon Mock. dedication ceremony Sunday after-

noon, were Mr. and Mrs. CharlesM. INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP.
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)HURT IN TRUCK WRECK Stanfield, Jr.. and children of _
Jim Vandegrift is in the Paho- Lake Worth Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Pahokee Belle Glade

.....' kee hospital suffering from injur- Jernlgan of Clewiston, Mr. and
r '..', (i ,IN received Monday morning Mrs. Loel Lenc of Lake Worth, : Let Your Money Earn 41/2% Payable Semi-Annually

p ', I when another truck rammed the and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hobson

ape in:whichhe,,was riding .f West Palm Beach. I l

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The Treasury explains why the new ones you. buy and the ones

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:How does the new 3%% i interest rate benefit me? chock every six months for the life of the Bond.
A: With Series E Bonds the rate turns $18.75 into You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the
$25.00 fourteen months.; faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide
income for living expenses, while E Bonds build a
Your savings increase faster, because Bonds
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mature in just 7 years, 9 months. nest egg :for the :future. TTiat's why many retired
people hold Bonds and saving for;
H families say a
With ries H Bonds the
10-year maturity period child.: education, buy E Bonds.Q .
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stays the same but m rintereet t>is paid you each
six months.With both E'and H,:Bonds:the'new.rate :In what denominations can I buy series E and series
works out to 2 3 g%for,the first year and a"half; then H Bonds? ,,'
a guaranteed 4% each Year to maturity. At B Bonds $25 (cost $18.75), $50 (cost $37.50), $100
Q:When did the new rate become effective? (cost $75.00), $200 (cost $150.00), $500 -
A: June, 1959. (coat $375.00), $1,000 '(cost $750.00), .'
$10,000 (cost$7,500.00).
fe Does the new rate change the Bonds I bought before H Bonds: $500, $l, OO, $5>000 and 10000. They '.
June 1, 1959 are priced at face value. ,"
,A:4H older E and H Bonds pay more now-an extra Bonds- ...JIf'o''
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.. Qs How safe are U.S. Saving '
%% :from now on, when neld'to maturity.The increase : ..
.takes effect in the first full interest period At Savings Bonds are an absolutely. riskless way to
afterJ'uneL save; The United S.tatee Government guarantees) t.
.. the ash value of your Bonds. will not drop, that it;
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Q:Will the Bond I own automatically earn I mE'DeW can only grow.Qs .

rate? What if my Bonds should be lost, stolen or, destroyed \If'
A: Yea..You dol 't;need to do a tiling-ju t hold om*e ?
Bonds.to .
your .L At You can't lo e. Every Bond purchased is recorded
When' y J B Bonds Mature, will u.eyr. f-- en earning by, the Treasury.; If anything'happens to your
interest? tfond they are replaced-free.

': I A:Yes.,An'automatic le rear extension privflege want fc Where een.I boy Bends?
\ iato effect,along.witfi.-ttie mew inter** rate. Tkto .-'"
meanEyoarZl3ondawDlautemailealyasap. earaIng .. Af BoyBBoiwieataJvbajdc- ta'1. -
.interest sjfter maturity.fe irtem,.Bar theni'automatically through the.:BayroHflavjngeJPlan
wheve you wm .Thto PI$n means you
With,the new interest cote, should I cash In mj aid essm aT s>sory ainotmt yoa.d.. *
Bonds end:bay new"" .? shwted. every' : wnrday; TBe Benda yob bytn
At No"'[$jtatomatte,.V%.facraat asaalgr k.anso. -llffii itoe. aBrVerest-te'' .yem. "& -
eee) ery-ai&in:almq mryfisie.ft''ioiIiiJ.'' eeeai. : too.Yew. .beak wffl take your order.isr'Hlft .
tafee:tb telairi your present Mfiia. How eV.I he. strengthen, America's P... powe
.How .are secies H Bosd. ..ereer from aeka E wL..I"". 'U.S. Savings+ Bonds .

k N -.'XJsemttBBsVV' .. &OEAmi .N. rt't'lie ,
Ae hiet a+enaa.At this :YuJott _e.-: =! imeney saved by .. ." ....
t .' race value and the interest it.=r1r! I ... eeued. '''::').. ' ,4"

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U. S. ''SWINGS BONDS. .

Be .:f. Goulm1Rent deem --1. .... ...v<<.... The' Treasury D-p ar J z diarM .

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i BOARD OF COUN'IY COMMISSIONERS
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COWARD BANOLOW CHAIRMAN
PAUL RAROINE. VICE CHAIRMAN

\ I LAKE. F VANKESSEL LYTAL COMMISSIONERCOMMISSIONER: : : r .. PAUL RARDIN PARK

GEORGE V. WARREN COMMISSIONER

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