The Everglades news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079910/00166
 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: February 26, 1965
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00166
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Rev. Robert Shelley To Conduct "Home Control" Is PahokeeElectionNlay4WillBe

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Revival For Pahokee Methodist' four-point legislative pro- Two Councilmen, Chief Elected

gram designed to give county I _

A series of ,revival services win Ten RotariansAt commissions and more "home additional control" is revenue being Sam Humphries To Tuesday, May 4 will bring the
be conducted at the First Methodist annual city election in Pahokeeand
District MeetingTen pushed by the State Association Talk On New CollegeSam
Church in Pahokee by Rev. this year's balloting will show'
of Commissioners.Palm .
Robert A. Shelley, evangelist, Increased interest because the Police -
formerly of Canal Point, starting members of'the Pahokee Beach County, accordingto Humphries a layman from Chief race Is wide open. Guy
with the morning service Sun- Rotary Club attended the Third Commission Chairman Lake the First Baptist Church of West Wood, appointed by the council to
day, February 28 and continuing Annual Rotary International Din Lytal, has endorsed the proposea Palm Beach, will speak at the fill out the unexpired term of Leon
ner sponsored by the Miami Ro- legislative acts which will: First Baptist Church of Pahokeeon
through the evening service Friday Guthrie, resigned, will In all probability
March :3. Rev. 'W. Ernest tary Club In the Everglades Hotel Give the county commission con- Sunday morning, February fertyl'rne job. He will be
Dorrell of Fort Lauderdale will Le in Miami, with Charles W. Pettin- trol of the 7th cent gasoline tax 2Sth. at 11:00.: oppo.ll feast two and'mayidates -
in charge of the special revival gill Rotary International president for road construction. Mr. Humphries Is Chairman of I. be th who are tinkers -
music. the principal speaker. Return the three-cent cigarettetax the Church Campaign for the New ie idea of running for
There will be a morning serviceat In the group were President R. now collected outside municipalities Baptist College that is to be located th' Job.
10 a. m., Monday through Fri M. Sanders, Joseph E. Thompson to the counties. The mu- in Palm Beach Gardens of vT uncll terms of George
Vance Denton John D. Roger, nicipalities get it now. Palm Beach County.Mr. .
day,,and the service each evening -c nd Karl Mindlln are ex-
,will start at 7:45.: : William S. Plumer, James I. Have the state assume coat of Humphries will speak on nd these two spots on the
Rev. Shelley, well known and Moore, Dr. E. C. Johnson Bruce public defenders and increase the "The Plus In Education" accord otrs cll may produce more than
highly regarded as ,a. spiritual Bowe, L. I* Shirley and John II. Jurisdiction of the defenders to ing to the Pastor, The Reverend pang interest as the campaign
Glades Howell. handle additional cases which Guthrie Colvard.Passion .
In the
teacher and leader approaches.
would eliminate county's havingto
area is a native of Damascus, Mayor Duncan Padgett and City
Va. He Is a graduate of Chandler Crown King Queen hire special counsel. to work in Play Will Clerk Patricia Mackey each has'
of the courts.Also
School of Theology, Emory some another year to serve In their
University, and came to the Flor receiving the backing of present term. Councilmen Carmen
ida Conference of Methodist Chur- Sweetheart Fete the commission is a proposed act Open Sun. Feb. 28 : Salvatore, Joe Thompson and Ha>

I chea from the Holston Conferenceof to give county commissions more ry B. Elarbee also have one more
Virginia in 1058, assuming the t control in establishing county or year to go on their present terms.
pastorage at the Canal Point Miss Beverly Wilkinson and t dinances to eliminate the necessity LAKE WALES Beginning The present state of affairs In
Methodist Church and holding this, Larry Moss, Jr., were crowned i of seeking special legislation Sunday, February 28, and continuing the sewerage project may produce
position until 1964, when he and king and queen of the Intermediate -t every two years. through Easter Sunday, April some Interesting conversation be-:.
bis family jnovedja Alachua, Flai ., I, Sweetheart banquet Thursday County Commissioners! this.week 18, the spectacular Black Hills' tween aunt(. and ejection day, on
t I. where be is presently pastor of night Feb. 11, In the 'fellowshli votectlo seek Stet Road 'Depart passion Play, an aanugl'eommnn b' May 4, it has'been pointed out
the Alachua Methodist Church. hall of the First Baptist Church ment assistance for a pair of road ity project of Lake Wales will] Streets have been torn up for

Rev. Dorrell Is a graduate of Miss Faye Harris and Richard problems,in the county.Th presented in Lake Wales' beautiful weeks in many parts of town and
i Asbury College, Wllmore, Ky. Batchelor, last year's king and board authorized its engineer. artistically landscaped natural j citizens' are anything but kind Li
where he was a member of the' queen crowned the new royal pair. to request the road department to amphitheatre.As I their remarks about the present
Gospel Quartet, the Glee Club nad Their attendants were Kenny Las-I make a traffic study in the area of in past seasons, the Passion condition of streets in many sections
other musical organizations. For liter and Donna Lee Collier. The Palm Beach Isles following a request Play will feature the renowned of town.Flight .
the past three years he has served King and Queen are chosen on the from residents of the ares Christus Portrayer, Josef Meier, .- W. JI .
as associate pastor of the First basis of their intermediate record pointing up several traffic prob- and his cast of 30 professional
Bibical dramatics, supported by To The Moon
Methodist Church In Fort Lauder- for the year. lems.
Guests entered the hall througb The board also'voted to ask the more than 100 local persons, most

dale.Rev.. John A. Briley, pastor of a large red heart and were greeted state road board not to abandonthe of whom have participated in the Seen By Rotarians
the First Methodist Church of by an array of valentines, palms old alignment of State Road I production since 1953.
Pahokee, extends a cordial invitation and red and white streamers. The 23: and 80 from the Hendry County The Play Is presented on Tuesdays _
: to the public to attend the tables were centered with red hibiscus line Into Palm I services and once again hear Rev. and red lighted tapers anda commission wants the state to ITT. I 7:30: p. m., and on Sundays, a "Apollo Flight '''to ,the Moon",
Shelley's inspirational preaching. valentine nut cup holding candy prove the old road and then turnit twilight performance: at 6:00: p. m.. depicting activities at Cape Kennedy -
... hearts was placed at each place over to the county for main- Two innovations of the 193: and elsewhere In preparationfor
setting. The guest speaker was tenance. season, and by popular request,' the U. S. space project send
4 Rainbow Girls Get I Tom Wood of Belvedere Baptist will be a matinee performance at I manned-rocket.: to the moon and
church who was accompanied by I 3:00: p. m. every Wednesday durIng -
back within the next few yean,
his wife. Methodists PI'!I" March, and performances at
3 New Members I wu shown to Pahokee Rotarians
7:30 night of Holy Week.
Entertainment wu furnished : every at tMlr Thursday luncheon meet
by a men's trio made up by Lee $40,000 Parsonage! The Easter Sunday, performancewill ing. Julius Moon arranged the
Pahokee Assembly 16, Order: of Shirley, Ron TerKaar and James be at 6:00: p.,ra, program. The film was projectedby

>f%i new melnbera the Misses Ra- Mrs. M.. P. _Stanley. Mrs. Lester The of a new "' 0-' operated by a n-profit organIzation Sander. presided.It < .
.'? Hand was in charge of dinner arrangements the First*Metbt' of local business and civic
;:fj Lena Un 'y, Debbie Culberson and 000 parsonage for wan announced members of
t jf Carol Bardin Into;the Order At '- with Misses ':Joi 'Gee' odlst Church of Pahokee has been leaders who give their time'andefforts' the Boynton Beach Rotary Club
"Ma. Crady, Janfc.'Sugivan, Julie Urf-=; approved by church officials; and to the presentation of this
in the
... _,, $ s .pedal call meeting. win be gueste'of the Pahokee Rotary -
.J sonic Temple Monday' night.Miss win, Pam Story, ,Darline Reynoldsand the work Is expected to get startedby oldest of, drama. -a living portrayal Club at the..regular luncheon,
advisor Roberta Benton members of Joe Casselllus of Belle Glade, of the last seven days in the
Jr: Elizabeth Gist, worthy Feb. 25.: Following the luncheon,
and her staff of officers were in the Junior department, serving. builder,. in the near future. life of Jesus Christ on earth, the the Pahokee Rotarians were scheduled
Arrangements and decorationswere The modem concrete.block greatest story ever told.
charge of the initiatory ceremony.The new to take their guests on a
Pahokee Rainbow Girls carried out by the teachersin residence for the church pastor 4. guided tour of points of Interest
were honored at the meeting by the intermediate department. and family will be located on the In the Glades area.
the presence of Mrs. Joe Aspey of lot in the eight hundred block of Former Pastor Dies ...

Belle Glade, mother advisor of Garden Club GiveCashToHeartFund East Main Street, adjoining the In Belmont, N. C. March PTA To Hear
Belle Glade Assembly! 1, and five east. It will contain three bedrooms -

of her Rainbow Girls. Also present plus a pastor's study that Word has been received here of Pahokee H. S. Band
were several members of the advisory can be converted easily Into an -
the death of Rev. B. A. Bowers ofBelmont :
t board of Assembly 16 and I extra bedroom Jt.nece..ry. N. C., and a former pastor Bandmuter Robert O. Lampi'sPahokeo
of Everglades Lodge 211 F A AM. A bulldozer la scheduled to be at the First Baptist Church in High School Band will
i > The Canal Point Garden Club on the scene within the next few present a concert on the
Pahokee. Funeral services were program
Babs Upthegrove I voted a cash donation to the Heart days to clear the lot for the lay- held in Belmont on Sunday, Feb. at the March meeting of the Canal
Fund at the February meeting ing-off of the foundation boundaries. Point Parent-Teacher Associates
14. Rev. Bowers is survived by his
Undergoes Surgery held In the Community Building at Mrs. William 8. Plumer is rite, Leona. in the school auditorium Monday,
the Glades Park Thursday after chairman of the building committee March 1, at 8 p. m. President
Elmer (Babe) Upthegrove, has noon. Feb. 8, with Mrs. G. H. and Mrs. J 1. Reeves, treas- Stanley hooks will preside at the
,b returned to his home following, (Duke) Tucker, Sr., presiding.Mrs. urer. | ,R J. HOME THIS WEEKEND business session.
x surgery at St. Marys hospital In Ivan Van Horn of Belle +"."T R. J. Simonson. 90, who has .
West Palm Beach on Feb. 9. Mr. Glade gave a talk on and demonstrated Miss Lois Canon has returned been in the Pahokee hospital for lit and Mrs. Franklin Sims are

! Upthegrove wa sinjured when ana the making of "DUh Card- to her home la Miami following a I many days will be taken to his the guests 01,his parents, Mr. and
.' electric aw he was operating became ens.",Mrs. Lee Kahle and Mrs! visit with )fr. and Mrs. H. a Bacom Point home this weekend.He Mrs. B.'C Sims this week. Mr.
grounded and the shock Floyd Erickson were hostesses Graham. She was accompaniedhome has been bedfast for several and lies Simi were wed In Folk-
threw him to the ground breakinghis I during the serving ;of :refreshments by Mrs. Luclle McClendon i, months but be still remains able to ton, Ga. Feb! 16. She Is the form
r shoulder. at the close. of Talladega AIL J I sit up and read the papers. er Miss. Daphne Dawns of Miami-
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Friday, February 26, l00S
Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33438 _, .
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: Pahokee WSCS Will Rhonda Turbeville David Slmonson, SMI or Mfi. and

TW Sleet t; On Monday Has Birthday PartyMrs. Mrs. Robert Simonsor Pahokee,
I will leave this weekend lo take

d entertained up his,duties In Uncle Sam's army
Turbeville I
r-r -- Th$ March meeting of the Pa- I Jackson, S David
at her home, 2530 SW at Fort q was
hol> ee Methodis( Woman's. Society, recently\
$ from Southern Collegein
14th St., party for her : graduated ,
of Christian Service, In the church dauahter, !?iJ iJa ., who was celebrating Lakeland last May and has been
chapel Monday, March 1, will stare I' birthday anniversary1. awaiting a call to service since

t at 7:15 p. m., three-quarters of The hostess was assisted I that time.FRINGE.
I: an hour earlier than usual. wUh: the, serving of refreshmentsof ,
J. L. Reeves; presfdent, will MP"I'r cake and, Ice cream to the 3?
side at the meeting and at \ ,, qe.sts by Rhonda's grandmother, \lIJ..V.IIAM.IjJ.\LII\\LIjIJ.LIJ"'VI..V.lI.u.II.u.II!
., session of the WSCS executive Mrs. Claude Padgett, who baked
committee In the Victory Cla.ssl I a' beautifully decorated birthday

The Rardiii fiuilding Canal. Point, Florida room at 7 p. m., Immediately preceeding I cake especially.for. the party. THEATRE
the general meeting. f
REGION HOME OF Following the business session, HOME FROM GEORGIA PAHOKEE, FLA.
tiiitrMt the groUp, instead of havIng a :]Mrs. '''Ray Singletary and. her"
R1VS regular "'mission' program, will granddaughter; Kim G a r rei t,

move to the church sanctuary, have returned to their home, aftera SUNDAY, MONDAY TUESDAY
Serving > Is ke : ( Without
lift; .Okejfche.Fanning eglon. *
with het sister IL\.RClf i-i
"where they will attend the revival two week visit ]I FEB. 28 -
Interruption Every Week for 40 Years
service and hear the sermon by and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs
Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday' Rev. Robert. A. Shelley, evangelist. J. S. Chastain, and her mother. "FATHERGOOSE"
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe -j-" Mrs. C. W. Connally, at Cairo, Ga.
CALLING SHOWERMiss also visited Miss Connie i
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office They CARY GRANT, AID
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter Eloise Elliott was honored Singletary in Tallahassee where
with a' miscellaneous calling shower she attends F. S. U. Mr. and Mrs. LESLIE CARON
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher Thursday, February 18 at' the Russ Singletary and daughter of
.. home of Mrs. Duane Rhoades, 223 Thomasvllle, Ga., accompaniedtheir (IN COLOR)
Cypress Ave., given by the Ladies I aunt back to Pahokee and
Here Is What Transpired At Monday's Missionary Fellowship of the I have returned to their home after .
Glades Baptist Church In Pahokee. spending the weekend here. \.I'I' .II.\LI .V..lIMIW II.v1t.
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Oounty Commissioners .this l quarters to make way for Improvement t : : ; ;
week were faced with a problemof of Flagler Memorial ,
trying to work out: ,ways,to pro- Bridge. Right of way appraisals,
vide the West; Palm Beach Cham- the commission said, showed that .
ber of Commerce with some $3,400: $18,000 was in order to move the ; Phone 924.5511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade ft

needed to provide; a site for a new building and $22,000 was set as,the :
Chamber headquarters. price If the Chamber building was SALES and SERVICE :tv
The Chamber according to the ,demolished and a new one con 4 *
commission, will move Its head- structed. }0 Heating Air Conditioning Appliances s:a.
The State Road Department.the f1' ..
commission said, allowed the < ? .. .* .. .. .. "' .. .. .. .. .. .6" .. .. .. .. .;:
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Chamber the $22,000 figure set for
UassifiedAds demolition, but the Chamber elect ,
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POSITIVELY all want ads or The new site, made availably l.
classifieds, as you wish to call by the City of West Palm Bach
them, are payable in advance from needs $5,400 worth of Improv-
his day forward. Don't phone 'em meets before the building can be ,
Write it and drop a dollar bill in put Into place. The Chamber ask ,
the envelope If you want it run ed the county to foot'the bill, since
once. $2 if you want it run twice the State Road Department said
and so on.WHAT'S the issue is closed. as far as Its

IN TOE ATTIC that you concerned.
don't need A' 11.00'classified ad The commission this week" voted'io '
n this column wits probably find refer the matter to Its legal
you a sale. Just, write your ad, enuose department to determine if somearrangements 4 a I.t! $ Fka
a dollar and we'll do>> the rest; can be made to cooperate
The Everglades News, Canal Point, with the Chamber of Com
Fla. merce In completing the move.
A fund of $300,000 was set up
SEPTIC TANK PUMPING AND 'this week to finance preliminary
{REPAIR Service In Clewiston,
construction: of a new airport
South' Bay, Belle Glades Pahokee terminal at International AirportThe
and' Canal Point. Serving' the money will be transferred
Glades for 20 years. Phone 924C626. -
from present county funds and
H.; L. P1tti.'old Belle. Giao > a #. '
will be replaced when terminal
road. St. Oct.. 16-ch.tr ,
bond issue money'.s. made avail 1 r 4 R- rTAn' 4

ROOM. AND BOARD, Family able.Preliminary
l diyle'Meals, inquire"Sttell Service work which the
Station, Canal Point or .Call 924T23& commission authorized la con-
'' of 924JM03: ; N20tf9 struction the terminal.In .

other. airport actions the
FOR SALE: New, and ay1UY; board:
Jeeps Walter Ashleyi. Garage 'Authorized the ,
la Belle Glade, Phone, 6.3058.:' committee to interview a numberof Li- 1

Oct. 17-54-ch.-- firms In an, effort, to, find, anorganization 'r'
FOR' SALE:'Fat Black Angus beef to act as the county's 1
40c'pec pound half or whole. agent In negotiating leases
106' to tfXf pounds. You pick your for space in the neW terminal., II III
own li P.: ftackley, phones B9T'- Authorized the county engineer I WALTZ

2491. Indiaatown.. .. Jl26'p to apply for Federal aldjfor: east THROUGH
!. 'j T west ranvgay. .Improvement- at, I ; r
Lajit'ana Airport, a project that: .= -4 WASHDAY ----i=j'YOU'LL :
wUc S(., M* estimated: $51.4,00, of 4
;;talviiJJr);; : cock which{ the''county: will'p'ay' half
a the. cost
Bookkeeping And Authorized a budget( ,transfer of SAVE, MONEY ON CLOTHES WITH A :

Income Tax Service $12,000 from the airport funds to
pay for police service at Palm
Beach International' Airport, Re ilg'J1Jl *!! ELECTRICS DRYER
1850 E:' Main St. sponalbWty for policing the' airport ; .

PahoKee was turned, over: to the'Sheriff ,
Department. last week.
Phone 94-7G2( A' Y '
Everything comes out sunshine-fresh H.- -
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; Vac 3 or fuel
OFFl Mrs. Alma Nail spent Sunday as odors. ff'
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". Of ,HOME the guest of Mrs. Nan Nail in And you lave some 300 hours a year spent cu ;:;g.cn: ; ;heavy clothes-ba8v eta', :K ,....
Clewiston.INCOME to the backyard clothesline. not to mention pln-upa and J :
takedowns: ?_ V ",

} ri ) An Installed electric wherever dryer is you cheaper want it.to buy-cheaper to use. And can be,anMy. ,\ '
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i: TAX See'tM natal innovation in improved automatic flameless electric unshtn' '! hJ '. '..
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and dryer t'OU1' appliance dealer. -r'

Preparation Individual and business (large or small), __ : I
includttg'capltar! Gains, Carry-backs, Installment Sales I
and Retirement Income.Based on latest report compiled i., ..'..: ,,: ..-
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The Treasury explains why the new ones you buy and the ones .

J you own now are better than ever

Q:How does the new 3%% interest rate benefit me? check every six months. for the lifo of the Bond
A: With Series E Bonds the rate turns $18.76 into You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the I
; $25.00 fourteen months faster than the old rate. mterest accumulates to maturity II Bonds provide
.'.. Your savings increase faster, because your Bonds income for living expenses while E Bonds build a
\r mature in-just 7 years, 9 months. nest egg.for the future. That! why many retired .
./ people hold fyBonds: and families; saving for, say, a
With Series H Bonds, the 10-year maturity period child's i'
education buy E Bonds.
5 5 \ stays the same but more interest is paid you each J .
six months.With both E and H Bonds the new.rate Q: In what denomination can I buy aeries E and series ,,. ,I, .
.. works out to SJ4%for the first year and a'half;then H Bonds? 'L

a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity. At B Bonds: $25 (cost $18.75)$50 (cost $37.50), $100 .
S Q:When did the new rate become effective? (cost $75.00), $200 (cost $15<<1.00)), $500 ',

I. A: June 1, 1959.Qt (cost $375.00), .$1,000 (cost $750.00), 4.
; j $10,000 (cost$1,500 00) j"
\,. 1 i j I Does the new rate change the Bonds I bought before H Bonds $500, $1,000, $5.000 atd 10000. They_ .
.' June 1, 1959 are priced at face value. :: ,
I ,.. A:ABbider E and H Bonds pay more now-an extra I
Qt How safe U.S. Savings Bonds?
are "'
36% from now on,when faeidto maturity.The increase 1:. 'Ilv" .
takes effect in the first full interest period As Savings Bonds are an absolutely) "lisUesS way tesavfc .. I"" I'
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the fash value of your Bonds will not drop, that it '; :
; Wffl the Bonds I own automatically earn IUClS'DeW.t.- can only grow.Qi .

rate? Bonds should ...I""t stolen
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4 r.BBoacr. mattu+s, wfl they bap oa =. by the Treasury. IT anything 'happens to youi
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Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33433 Friday, February 26, 1965

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux- are Gov. Burns SpeaksIn Recreation Area

I; I ftRSALNESNOT1Bruce 1 visit at home with following their daughter a two-week, Mrs. O! Miami March 15 Sought For Glades

H. Chastain and Mr. Chastain in

Thomasville Ga. Gov. Haydon Burns will Join U. Possibility of a new recreationalarea

S. and Latin American political, for Glades residents was discussed -

( Boynton has returned to A. L. Long left Monday for his Mrs. Earl Max on entered Good business and Industrial leadersIn this week by the County

his studies at the University of Winter home In St. Petersburg; Samaritan Hospital, West Palm Miami Mon., March 15, at a Commission.

Fonda Gainesville, following a I following a weekend visit with: Beach Wednesday for surgery. Chamber of Commercesponsored Commissioner E. W. Weaver

weekend visit with his parents, Mr. his son and family, Dr. and Mrs. banquet honoring leaders of:
Mrs. Harry McIntosh and Miss said that an area on the Miami
and Mrs. Joe Tom Roland R. Long.
Boynton. Julia llathla were the weekend Interama. Canal near Lake Harbor could be

George B. Ramey was the Sun Mrs. Agnes Slmonson of Girard, guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Special tribute will be paid Dr.'' obtained for park purposes and

day guest of his brotherinlawand 111., is the guest of her son and McLarty in Lake Worth. Irving E. Muskat, chairman of the that assistance in development of

sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. I Inter-American Center Authority,'. the county's portion of the land
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Echols have
and head of the team which secured
Philo B. Williamson at Okeechobee. B. Simonson. could be secured from private in-
returned from a three week visit a $22 million U. S. government terests.

Weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. with :Mrs. Echols' brotherinlawand loan assuring federal and Latin Weaver, who was authorized by

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shirley and Henry Snider was their son Ralph sister Mr. and Mrs. L. C American participation Interama. the board to check further' into

children spent. this past weekendIn Sneider, who has been in training Adams, and other relatives 'n The Miami-Dade County Cham- the project, told the board that

Miami. with the Marine corps reserved at Glenn, Ga. They were accompaniedhome ber of Commerce, sponsors of the some 40 acres of land Is available

\ Camp Le jeune, N. C. by their son Renza Echols, banquet, designated as Its theme, from the state. He added that
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Arons who has just completed a five "
"From Dream to Reality.
I were called to Bronx New York Mrs. Emma Wheeler is the month training course in the National these private interests are will-
John Halliburton, Eastern Airlines -
I Friday, Feb. 19, by the death of I guest of her daughter and family, Guard at Fort Stewart, Ga. Chamber head said its pur- Ing to purchase a part of the land
and will fill county property at the
his mother, Mrs. Michael Arons,I Mr. and Mrs. ,Jess Elliott.
I pose Is to "honor all past and same time as the private land la
who passed away early Friday Phillip Harris has returned to
Mrs. Witmon of Savan- present officials of the Authorityand with-
Joyce being filled for development
morning.Mrs. his home in West Palm Beach
nah, Ga., is the guest of her moth after the weekend with others who worked for more out cost to the county.

Minter Collins spent this er Mrs. Gertrude Monroe and his uncle spending and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. than a decade to make"the dreamof The f'.rm. Weaver said Is also Interested

past weekend in Orlando visitingher sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hooks. Interama a reality. in building a water treatment .

mother, Mrs. F. J. Winchester Claude Padgett. Besides Governor Burns ex and sewage disposal plant

and her brother-in-law and Johnny Smith a student at the officio chairman of the Authorityand large enough to serve the Lake

sister Mr.,and Mrs. H., E. Smith. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. University Florida, spent this a former member others Harbor community.
James W. Vann were her aunt and expected to attend Include U. S.
past weekend with his parents Weaver Is slated to report backto
Mr. and Mrs. E O. Winch were uncle Mr. and Mrs. James P. Senator Smathers and
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Smith. George the commission next week.,
recent visitors In St. Augustine. Owens, of Whiteville, N. C. Reps. Claude Pepper and Dante

Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Echols and Fascell. held
The will be
I Miss Raybeth Gray and MiIU Mrs. J. C. Mock and Mrs. J. D banquet
I daughter, Teryl, and Mr. and Mrs. at the DuPont Plaza Hotel.
Patsy Lockhart have returned to Hooks have received word of the
I O. H. Sheppard and daughter,
Interama the Inter-American
weekend FSU in Tallahassee following a death of two of their brothersinlaw Hazel visited with relatives in Cultural and Trade Center will SCHOOL'SOPEN I
visit with Miss
II Mr. and Mrs. R L.Cray'sparents Gray. V.; D. Thompson died Feb. 6 Naples Sunday. While there they employ 54-thousand workers dur

and Earl B. Carter died Feb. 17 attended the swamp. buggy races. ing a three-year construction per

: Mr. and Mrs. Otto iod.
I Graham both of Savannah, Ga. Mrs. Hooks Mrs. Ellis Wilkinson has returned
left Monday for their home in .
was able to attend funeral services to her home following a weekat
Orlando following a week's visit Good Samaritan Hospital, West Mrs. Boyd VorheesTo
I with his brother and sister-in-law, and will remain In Savannah with
Palm Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Graham.Mr. her sisters for some time. Present ProgramMrs. It
Carl S. Davis is visiting his
and Mrs. Paul Blystone were Mr. and Mrs. James W. Vann
father, Charles Davis who is ill at Boyd Vorhees will present'
the recent guests of her parents Iii spent this past weekend in Uma-
his home In Colquitt, Ga. the mission program at the March
New: Smyrna. tilla where' Mr. Vann attended a I .
meeting of the Canal Point Methodist
State committee meeting at the Laverne Humphries a patientat ,
Mrs. Arthur Bush has returnedto Woman's Society of Christian ay
Chlldrena ,
Harry Anna Crippled Veterans Hospital in Miami
her home from, a week's visit Service to be held at the home +
home. underwent Tuesday. Mrs.
with her daughter and son-in-law, of Mrs. Glenn Powell Tuesday I fy.1
Humphries spent the day with her
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Elder, Jack Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Parsons of March 2, at 8 p. m. Mrs. Donald I
husband and returned to her home
sonville. Knoxville, Tenn., were the guests Kepp, president, will preside at
Tuesday night.
this past week of Mr. and Mrs. the business session.
Mrs. Terry Sellers Is able to be
W. O. Moss and other members of: Mrs. Floy' Langford of Tampa d. .
out some following recent illness
a the family. arrived Tuesday for several days JOHN KIRK SERIOUSLY ILL
that had her confined to her bed Black HillsPASSION
visit with her niece and nephews, Former Sheriff John F. Kirk is
at home Her mother, :Mrs. B. A. Doyle Branyon joined his wife
Mr. and Mrs.; I.. L. Shirley. seriously ill in Good Samaritan
Lopez, has returned to her homeIn at the home of her parents Mr. I PLAYAMPHlJHEAfEl
I hospital in West Palm Beach. Mr.
West Palm Beach following a and Mrs. W. S. Cross Sunday and Miss Robin Bowe has returnedto ,
Kirk has been in the hospital for
week's stay herewith. her.. daughter. : accompanied her to their home In het studies at FSU in Tallahassee -!
several and
; days his condition has
I Melbourne., on Tuesday. 'following ,a weekend visit I
.. not Improved. He served as sheriff *
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I I for 16 years and before that served rtitronMAwci* 'tCHTuesday.

1 A.menage from the Treasury cf a fret people Bruce Bowe. served another 16 years as Glades Thursday, Saturda

Miss Carol Hatton accompaniedby constable and Pahokee policeman. *.# :Jttt .

Miss Doris Perdue both stu 4'V Sundays 1:00: PM.Ev .

/ I dents at FSU In Tallahassee spent Mack Parker of Los Angeles,,

this past weekend as the guestsof Calif., Is the guest this week of I Wed. during March

'\ her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob his brother and family, Mr. and ?

I \. : Hatton. Mrs. J. P. Parker, in Canal Point. Hofr Wetk WCWT&V ttyl-Stt;

.,. Mr. and Mrs. I. --M. Lair had as CLASSIFIED ADS IN
CAI their weekend guest their daughter. COLUMNS PAY BIO DIVIDENDS

I Miss Dottie Lair, who is a stu.

dent at Florida State
UniversityIn ---
Tallahassee. '

Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wilson left

Sunday for Tallahassee where } ,
Florida .I'w
How tocollect they will remain for two weeks jn :

while their daughter, Mrs. B. Elliott {

I Jr., recuperates from recent ) in the ,game roombeer's f ''a'
ii .
surgery. .. '
the one...
pcturesof Mr. and Mrs. Chan White of Savannah of. :

Presidents Ga., are expected to arrive for good taste ( :''' .. .
Thursday for several days visit .
for f un..caad with Mr. and Mn.'W. O. Moss. :
good fun ;

,Mr. and Mrs. Wendell ,Harrisand ,.. .I
OIl'.j;/ freedom, 5' -i' ., .I'l i I f.
\ i.t,, ? family had as theirweekendguests i nq' i iH :' I. I t ,8' ,
i her parents, Mr."and Mrs. I
j' ;
x Homer Clause, ofLake Kerrln the i ,
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"t>> \\\\) \\ ",' Ocala National Forest., V \ t

l. ',' '" '. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Parker and

Eaen of the seven denominations of Series E Saving sons, were the weekend guests ,f
I Bonds shows a different President of the United States. U relatives at Sportsmen's. Village In

you're interested in this kind of art, the seven make a nice M:+ore Haven.

f' Along with the hobby, Savings Bonds fitter such extras Mr. and Mrs. Alex Johnson

:': a. ritkless investing, 33V4% more money at maturity, and were the weekend guests of their .

financial freedom for your future. son and daughter-in-law, fat Lt.

But there are other kinds of freedom tied in with your and Mrs. Neely Johnson at Valdosta =

purchase of Savings Bonds. Freedom to speak your piece, Ga. i'f

choose your Job, and own your property, to name a few. -

4 \ to Every Bond you buy helps our government further the Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Schroderhad You name your game,ping-pongorchecb ';
.. .' t. cause of freedom eveJ''Where'ln the world today as their recent guests their ,,

i, Why not start collecting U. S. niece and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. en, cards or chess. Play it hard, and it '

a Saving Bonds now! Only $18.75 "'I Oscar Senn. of King of Prussia takes a lot out of you. That's when
each for the George Washington Penn. you

variety, at your bank or on PayJ":.,. like most to settle down in a soft chair and enjoy
t. roll ;T. Dr. and Mrs. Arceneauxof
Savings where you work. George
friends' talk and
your beer's taste. Beer
Pass Christian Miss., visited was

11' Keep freedom In your future with friends In Canal Point and Paho- made to relax with. Made to refresh you, cool

5L. V. Se SAVINGS BONDS kee this week. you, cheer your taste. So next time you're playing
Mrs. Thomas Hale and sons lame sociable at-home game, take time
have returned to their home In
r., VJ. Gn.n.ar i... M| ray f.r t\li .JiTin .,11".,_ Norfolk Va. out for the companionable; taste of beer.
rivMwv D,,jMrlM.nl CA.."2'A. AittrtUinf Cud following a week'svisit
.U.ttU Mwpwr fir Urir -troN.1o..lb.. with Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Apel- UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION @
': f INC.
I gren and family. p.asoxmW1NTIR' wx.noRm.Page *

February 26, 1C35)
"The Everglades News, Canal Point Florid 341 1'

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Tampa Gets First Rep. Roberts Aid Longboat Key Gets

Basket Ball TourneyTAMPA Luxury ApartmentSARASOTA

n Your but Baptist CollegeWith -

The first annual -Plans for the construction .
Tampa Holiday Basketball Tournament of a luxury Gulf front

has been scheduled for the announcement todayof apartment building of more than 70

Dec. 20-21 at Tampa's new down- Rep. Emmett Roberts as Coun- units on Longboat Key, near Sarasota '
town riverfront Convention Hall. have been released
The tourney, to be sponsored by ty Towns chairman and with Bat Brown 1... Whatley, president of
the Greater Tampa Chamber of Ust College Sunday scheduled for Arvida Corporation.

Commerce sports committee, will Feb. 23, the Baptist College build Whatly announced that Harry

BvSSavins: o dsH feature Florida State as the host ing-fund campaign gained mo- Sudakoff, nationally known builder

team. Competing with FSU will be mentum this week. has obtained from Arvida the

Boston University, Columbia and building site located at the south
Special sermons on the subject
Virginia Military Institute. extremity of Longboat Key.
Proceeds from the event in the of Christian higher education will This is the initial developmentof

6,500 seat, Curtis Hixon Conven- highlight Baptist College service property in Longboat Key Club,

tion Hall will go toward assisting at most Baptist churches in Palm the company's new residential-

youth sports activities in Tampa. Beach County this Sunday, Palm- recreational complex consisting of

.v Lake Baptist Association Modera- the Longboat Key Golf Course and

tor J. C. Walters Jr. said. The as- apartment, motel and hotel sites

New Treasurer sociatfon, comprising 31 churchesin adjoining the course.
Has Palm Beach County, is sponsorIng Sudakoff, a winter resident of

________ u the 11,500,000: building-fund Sarasota, has built and owns and
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WWWflfWufl Much Experience campaign for the new Baptist Col- operates numerous luxury apart..

Goodwill Group St. Pete Girl WinsJeanie's lege which will be built In Palm ments including several in New

Plans More StoresST. Beach Gardens. York City; Greenwich, Conn.; and y

Crown Broward Williams is the 17th Ministers and lay leaders have Montclair, N. J... .
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Treasurer Florida.He been conducting training sessions
Graham also holds the titles of State this week In preparation for thefundraLsln&
of St.
branch work : Petersburg won the The
Class of Pahokee
shops hiring: handicapped Victory
in March to
"Jeanie with Insurance Commissioner and State
I the Light Brown Methodist
Church School held
people are being plannedby all members of the Baptist chur- a
Hair" title
at the annual auditions Fire Marshal.He .
party, honoring new members, I*
the ches In Palm Beach .
production plant of the St. held at the I County.In
I Stephen Foster Me- was born Aug. 25: 1911 at the social hall of the church Friday ..
Petersburg Goodwill Industries.The morial announcing the appointmentof
near White Springs recently. I
Graceville, Jackson Flor night. Mra. Hugo Doe war
County, : Rep. Roberts as County Towns
workshops will be She was runner-up last .
year. chairman in
I charge of general ar-
ida. He Is chairman, General I
married to the former Campaign
Miss Graham student I
In the Tallahassee, Bradenton- a at FSU, rangements. Refreshments were
Monetha Duggar of Tallahasso Chairman Fred O. (Bud) Dickinson -
was crowned the llth
"Jeanie" at
Sarasota Fort Myers and West I served to 40
Palm Beach areas where Goodwill the coronation ball. The auditionsare has a daughter Shirley Ann Wil Jr. said, "I know of no man sons. per-

employees will process donated sponsored by the Florida Fed- lams who is a student at Florid In Florida with whom I would

materials given to Goodwill In eration of Music Clubs and the State University rather be associated with In this ,.--- -- .-
those communities.The Stephen Foster Memorial Com- Williams has long been associa campaign than Rep. Roberts.In .

main Goodwill factory will mission. ated with State Government. He addition to his outstanding

continue to process materials The 20-year-old Miss Graham was active in the State Treasurer background In Florida education
received a $1,000 Office when W. V. Knott was his effective work as a lay leaderin
which will be sold in its stores in scholarship while
Treasurer, and remained in that the Episcopal Church further
St. Petersburg, Tampa, Winter the four runners-up received $200 4
scholarships. agency when the late J. Edwin indicates his personal concern thata 4A,0
Haven, Bartow, Lakeland Dad
Larson was elected in 1940. He churchrelated'institution be
City, Plant City and Clearwater.
BIRTHDAY continued in the Treasurer's section established here. All of us are par-
Some 365 handicapped men'and
of the office until World WarII. ticularly pleased with his accept-
women now work In the St. Peters- Mrs. Fred Wolfe entertainedwith
ance of this important position.
burg plant. a birthday party honoring He came to the office from Burroughs Rep. Roberts, dean of Palm
Goodwill/said the expansion: her daughter, Sherry, at Mrs.
Adding Machine Company Beach County's legislative delegation
being made possible by the public's Blakey's kindergarten
and personally established the said, "I am most conscious
growing support of its hlre-the- February 19. She
was by i
business machine accounting system and deeply interested in the great
handicapped Mrs. Blakey and Mrs. Wilbur Max-
program by giving
that is still in use in the Trea- need of improving the educational
usuable discards to Goodwill. well. Sherry's small
. guests were .
urers Office today. The system opportunities of our youth. This '- -
served the traditional birthday has long served as a model for must be done If we are to survive
cake and given party favors. other state agencies. and exist peacefully in a modern
Mrsi Dick Parrish has returnedto .
Williams entered World War II world.
her home following surgery at Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Stanley had in 1942 and served in the Naval The new college is needed and
St. Maria Hospital West Palm as their recent guests, Mr. and 4
Reserve with the Rank of Ensignas will give educational opportunitiesto
.Beach. Mrs. Jack Rowell of Trenton. an Armed Guard Officer so many .who otherwise might )'"
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aboard Merchant Vessels. never go to college. :
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After the war he returned to The veteran legislator t Is a member ,
Tallahassee to the Treasurer's Of- of the Educational Committeeof

flee, later resigning to become in the Legislative Council and alsoa

insurance agent. He was asked to member of the Education committee -

return to the Treasurer's Office of the House of Represent-

after two years as an independent I atives.In .
.1Slnessman. 1953: he introduced the bill ;e
c.y +
He served as Administrative that created Florida Atlantic Unl
Assistant to Treasurer Larson until verslty. Along with Senator Dick

1963 when he resigned to accept inson he was co-writer of the bill

private employment.At which brought about the first mill .
the time of his appointment ion-dollar capital outlay programfor '

as Treasurer Williams was servingas Palm Beach Junior College.

a member of the Florida in- Rep. Roberts Is serving his sixth I

stallment Land Sale Board. He term as a member of the Florida

was general chairman of the Inaugural House. Educated at the Universityof "

Committee which hand- Florida, he has a life insuranceand *

1s"ctncsEClf. led all details of Governor Hay- mortgage brokerage business f V ;

don Bums' Inauguration.He la ,Belle Glade and Pahokee. Rep.
attended the University of Roberts lives in Belle Glade with 4e

"f. Florida, majoring In marketing, his wife and their two daughters X-
and was a member of the Florida The Glades legislator baa been '

f; Blue Key, Phi Kappa Tau. Alpha active in ;many organization lie

:' :I Why should you buy Kappa Psi and other organiza II past president of the Palm $eetitOl1ll'J'

\ tions. Beach County TB and.Health. As- .r.rfritiidc
Williams U'a Mason, Elk, a soda of the
past president
x ( U. S. Savings Bonds when. here are privileged member of Capital City Palm Beach County Resources DevYlopmeft .: ,l Ji'1lJ1fJt :

,& Kiwanis. A.Past Area Vice Commander Board and is member

&r' so many other good 'fa vestments ? ,-Poet District: Commander, of the Belle Glade Masonic Lodge ( I
Past Poet Commander and Past and Mail Shrine.

'.. ,/ Post Adjutant of American Le He la a past district governor

gion. of the Lions Club and a past exalted itt lldiuJ 1 i
To help your country Ii OM Bat If you're like mot people., He Li a lifelong Florida Demo: ruler of the Belle Glade Elks
answer-and a good one. you'll hang on to your Savings
crat having handled most of the : Lodge. A member of the Army
Bonds for the big
advantages yea
Bonds hare other -
that make them want in your future. organization for Mr. Larson's several : I Reserve, he .is a lieutenant colonelin DAILY DOUBLE t t'It

worth consideration. of campaigns, directing many the U. S. Army Garrison i & 2nd RACES II
your And, course, Bonds are
.. activities during the Farris Bryant (3220) In West Palm Beach.
For instance,they offer you 3 safe Investment-as long O QUINIELAS e
Just about the easiest way to a. there's a United States of and Haydon Bum campaigns; : Earlier in the week Fund Chairman EVERY RACESENSATIONAL
save money: either with the America. and serving most recently in an Dickinson announced the appointment .1
f Payroll Savings Plan where Which executive capacity the Johnson- of Dr. Donald E War.ren 0
brings us .
you Just uk your employer to Bonds "BIG Q" ON LAST;
in Florida.
Humphrey campaign of
of aside your country again. as
put part your wages
I toward a Bond or through when defend freedom at a time Williams attended more than 20 the campaign. 2 RACES f

!' regular purchase of Bonds at the enemies of freedom workshop meetings and conventions Dr. Warren is a noted cardlo- o ADMISSION, 23t t

._t your bank. are stronger than ever. of the National Association oglst in West Palm Beach. He Is FREE PARKING

ry.. Another unique advantage Boy Saving Bond TbtIi. of Insurance Commissioners, rep chief of medicine and on the executive -
... of U. S. Savings Bonds is the banks or savings institution resenting Mr. Larson and has a LUXURIOUS
committee at St. Mary's
way they stick with you. You that sell them don't chargt CLUBHOUSE
can get your money any time. you a penny for the ferric wide knowledge of national insur- hospital and on the active staff t .
ance problems. of Good Samaritan Hospital. A 815
l> Twin honors were accorded him deacon in the First Baptist Church. TIME

r In 1963 when he left the employ- West Palm Beach, he lives with
; ,' Keep freedom fn your future with ment of the Treasurer's Office. The his wife and two daughters In

BONDS Florida Senate and House of Representatives West Palm Beach.
M, U.SAVINGS unanimously adopted .
) 4 k" resolutions of appreciation for Dr. Sasser Watson of Delray
f.I, n"'M' I.., ... fH .. his service to the '
2'h pe. @ Legislature spent hls past weekend as the
@ ..d..rtid.151 Tr.w'ry Dq.rt...,., eA.... jZU
Hrlin.., C.-.uiI .114 gAi. p.0U44W. while employed in the State Treas guest of his parents, Mr and Mrs.'
/w c.ww pstrWU4 ,.,,.,,. I I urer's Office R. H. Watson. NOW THRU APRIL 2 tFriday

I RDbt t. PZ1Aa> Friday "'ebxuar3rt "

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: Churc tf God, Miss Eloise Elliott .

Ill' g Of Th ChurchesHoly Barf iel l
Fla, Miss Eloise Elliott became the

_. A. L. stone Minister br3e| of Don Wayne Kelly Friday
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) Phone 924-7363 evening, Feb. 19, at the home of
SUNDAY: her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William

Nativity : First Baptist St Mary's Catholic 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School H. Elliott, Jr.. 297 E 4th St., Pa-
Worship hokee. Rev. John Goodyear, pastorof
11OQ a. m.-Morning
EpiscopaE :tc I Church, Canal Point ChurchFather 7:30 p. m.-Evangelistic Ser the Glades Baptist Church of-
I viceTUESDAY ficiated.
Elder R. E. Barf ieM Francis Fennech. Pastor : The bride, given In marriage by
Rev. Leasing., Vicar SUNDAY: 'Sunday Mass- 11:30: a. m.Confessions 7:30 p. .--Prayer Service her father, wore a street length
SUNDAY: 9:45 a. m.-Sunday'School before Mass THURSDAY: sheath of white brocade with a
"'10 a. in.-Sunday School 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship .. 7:30: p. m.-Youth for Christ matching overjacket and small

11:00 a. m.-Worship Service 6:30 p. m.-B. T. C. The Pahokee ChurchOf Service matching hat. She carried a cas-
7:30 m.-Evening Worship.
p. cade bouquet of pink white mums.
First Methodist TUESDAYS: The Nazarene The Methodist Church Her matron of honor was Mrs.
7:30 p. m.-Choir practice.
WEDNESDAY: Rev. WW"d"KUpatrlck Canal Point Florida Diane Balne.
Church PahokeeJohn .
The bride is a graduate of Pa-
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer 433 Bacom Point Rd.
hokee High School., class of 1964,
Service. Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882
A. Briley, Pastor James W. Baugher, Pastor and attended Andrew College at
SUNDAY: SUNDAY: Cuthbert, Ga. She is presently employed
7:30 Ladles .
p. m. 9:45 a. m-Sunday School
9:45: a. m.-Church School 9:45 a. nt Sunday School. by Southern Bell Telephone -
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship,.. .. .Meeting.. 11:00 a. m.: -Sunday Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Belle Glade.
6:30: nt Juniors
6:45: p. .-MYF p. 6:00 p. nt-Erening Worship The son of Mrs. C. B.
Glades Baptist Church 7:00: p. m-Sunday SventngEvangelistic
7:45: p. m.-Evening Worship TUESDAY r
Service Kelly and the late Mr. Kelly, is a
TUESDAY: 8:00( p. m.-Woman's ,Society
1962 graduate of Pahokee. High
7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prae' (Rev. Jonathan L. Wolf) WEDNESDAY 7:30 :Midweek 1st TpedayWEDNESDAY, School and Is employed at Glade
m.- Prayer
Meets In Pahokee Lions Club :
meeting. Auto Supply in 'Belle Glade. Thecouple
: Building. 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting
at home at 232
... SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:40 a. m. "Where you are a stranger but are now '
7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions Rardin Ave., Pahokee.
PREACHING-11:00 a. m. and
4' .. .
7)30 Barbara Ann Shirley
8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir practice p. m.
SUNDAY B. y, F.6:30: p. m. St. Peter's Lutheran
Has Birthday PartyMrs.
WED. PRAYER. :-.7:30: p. m. Sorority Meeting
Church Belle Glade.
First Baptist Canal Point ., Bill Shirley entertained Held Thursday EveMrs.

thurch'Pahokee August Koerber Pastor" with a party Friday, Feb. 19 at

Baptist Church 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade I her home, honoring her daughter, Laura Hatton was hostessto
SUNDAY: the Beta Omlcron sorority
Gutbrie W. Colvard, Pastor Barbara Ann the occasion being
Lawrence Stewart, Paster Divine Services 11 A. M. Thursday night, Feb. 18. Mrs. Rita
SUNDAY: her 9th birthday. Approximately
SUNDAY: School 9:45: A. M.
Hooks, president, presided at
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 9:45 School 38 of Barbara Ann's classmatesand
: a. m.Sunday the business meeting.The .
11:00 a. m. Morning Worship friends attended. Games were
11:00: a. m.Morning Worship
Church Of Christ committee
nominating com-
6:00 p. Si.-Evening Worship played and prizes awarded to the
6:30: p. m.-Training Union
of Mrs. chair-
posed Kay Korbly,
I 6:45: p. m.-Training! Union winners
7:30: m.-Evening Worship
WEDNESDAY: p. 125 N. W. Avenue D man; Mrs. ,Sally Mayo and Mrs.
7:30: p. m.-Prayer Service WEDNESDAY: Phone WY 6-3867 4. Betty Collins announced that they

7:30: -p. m.-Prayer.. Meeting Belle Glade, Fla. SPAGHETTI SUPPER will have a slate of officers to
SUNDAY SERVICES Saturday night, Feb. 20, Mr. present for approval at the next
The Church Of God South Side ChurchOf 10:00: a. m.-Bible Study and Mrs. Ralph O. Johnson and meeting.

Of. Prophecy, Pahokee ChristBelle 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Dri and Mrs. Robert L. Hatton, It was also announced that
Canal Point Road 7:30: p. m..-Evening Worship of Pahokee and Mr. and Mrs. W. oook books can still be obtainedby
) Glade across from WEDNESDAY B. Rhodes and Mr. and Mrs. Mar- calling :Mrs. Hooks. Mrs. Caro

John H. Kinard pastor Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 7:30 p. m.-.Bible. Study vin Unwin of Belle Glade attended lyn Jernigan presented the pro
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10:00: a. m.-Sunday School 10:00: a. m.-Bible Study supper gram
11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Mr. and Mrs. J. L .Reeves had as the Auxiliary Children's Home Society The March 4 meeting will be at
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Eight Th.. Bverglaltled.:News, Canal Point Florida S343S Friday February 2ft, 1906.
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basic Industries and Junior College.Mr. JOHN DULANY BETTER
Power professionsfor Diane Hollon Will
Company I Kennedy Is also a graduate John A. Dulany of Belle Glade
their contributions to America's -
Wins Top Citation strength and welfare through Wed W. R. Kennedy of Pahokee High School, class of and former Mayor of Pahokee is
1964 and Is presently employed by home from a West Palm Beach
"individual initiative and enter where he underwent j
the United States Sugar Corpora hospital
Florida Power and Light Company I' Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hollon of 355
became the first three-time prise." FP&L ad series won sim- Annona Ave, Pahokee, announce tion. An April wedding is being jor eye surgery' and was confinedfor
ilar honors in 1955 and 1962 for, planned. two and one-half weeks. The
winner of the Freedoms Founda- the engagement of their daughter
doctors bed rest for
tion's top national citation on furthering the cause of freedom. Margie Diane, to William Ralph
February 22, when the utility was I The award was accepted by M. Kennedy, son of Mr. and,Mrs. Nor- CALLED TO OHIO several days before he will be able
awarded the coveted George B. McDonald, vice president in man A. Kennedy, 1797 Bacom Mr. and Mrs. William S. Plume! to get out again.. .
Washington Honor Medal for its charge of advertising for FP&L, Point Road Pahokee. The bride were called to BeUefontaine, Ohio
advertising series, "Helping Keep during ceremonies on Washing- elect Is a graduate of Pahokee last weekend by the death of her Rev. Walter Cross has returnedto
America Powerful." ton's Birthday at the Freedoms High School where she was vale- mother, Mrs. C. V. Hadley, who his home In Lake City followinga
The award-winning ads appeared Foundation headquarters at Valley dictorian of her class of 1964. She died early Friday morning, Feb. visit with his parents, Mr. and
in the form of "salutes" to Forge. Is now attending Palm Beach 19. Mrs. W. S. Cross.

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Early and mid-season control with Phosdrin hits insects Close-to-harvest Insect control with Phosdrin gives you an
hard, cleans them up fast. unbeatable way to insure crop quality.

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always I : made Phosdrin*Insecticide levels between sprays. And, of course, accidental Phosdrin gives you and your crop, and you'll: '

, 75 profitable for late-season use is now drift to a nearby field also disappears see why i it pays to use Phosdrin all season. '. ':.

protecting vegetables throughout rapidly. Phosdrin is available from your local insecticide -

, j ,' their growth. Here's why: Phosdrin makes it easy to avoid problems dealer under many well-known brand
' S ; all season and close to harvest. It's gone from names, or as a product of Shell. In liquid or .

5to 7-day schedules authorities the field a few hours after application. dust. ,

.5 Titsnow have the role Shell Chemical Company, AgriculturalChemicals
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of Phosdrin. its of kill andnearperfect Division, 55 Marietta Street,
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Phosdrin alone I I lettuce
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insect control I, Phosdrin i js extremely lintN'W
be I watermelons I
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R'' the shortintervalspray ao need read and follow labeldirections.
effective in new and many other vegetables. There's Always. carefully
y to add another insecticide and raise costs...
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i jf even resistant insects are present. Phosdrin
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ti stops too. And it offers a margin SHELLs <>
W ''r': its fast disappearance eliminates problems. of safety to leaves and fruit of insecticidoInsects WPhosdrin' .

and residues both vanish sensitive crops like cucumbers and lettuce.

,A Phosdrin spray cleans up a broad spectrum A little Phosdrin goes a long way. As little

of insects in a matter of minutes aphids, as W pound per acre is all it takes to end the [ Insecticide

w mites, loopers, worms, almost all destructive, damage of most vegetable insects. Dosage A PHOCUCT, Of SMCU CMCMKAL COMMNYPace J

'if oi.'. S, .pests. attacking vegetables. Because control is rates seldom exceed H pound per acre.... Check :+ I