The Everglades news
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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: March 12, 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
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Local Elks Team Sgt''Henry B. Cole Is 30th AnniversaryOf Airman John KautzIs Mrs.] Wedgworth

Missile GraduateDENVER In Viet Nam

Comes In ThirdIn Colo.-Staff Sergeant Local BaptistsMembers BIEN HOA, Viet Nam-Airman Helps Raise Funds

Henry B. Cole whose sister, Mrs.
Second Class John B. Kautz sun '
Ritual ContestThe Max D. Jones, resides in Pahokee For
Fla., has graduated from the of Canal Point Baptist of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kautz of Baptist College
Church will celebrate the Thir- Canal Point, Is now on duty witha
course for U. S. Air Force missile! I
tieth Anniversary of the churchon unit of the XT. S. Pacific Air .
ritualistic team of Pahokea instrument specialists at LowryAFB. Mrs Ruth Belle
Sunday, March 21, with a ..peial \:- Forces (PACAF) in Viet Nam.
BPOE Lodge 1638 amassed 91.903 ColaSergeant Glade business woman and civic
all day program, according to Airman Kautz is a food service
points for third place in the an Cole, who learned to leader, has been named vice-
the pastor, Rev. Lewrence Stew- specialist and is helping provide
nual Southeast Florida District measure guided Missile performance chairman of the Glades Sector of
art. During the day's program the essential support and service for
Elks Ritualistic Contest held at with electronic equipment is i I the Baptist College fund-raising
recently constructed EducationI USAF personnel who are training
Hollywood Sunday with Edward being assigned to a Strategic Air campaign.
I Building will be dedicated. and assisting the Vietnamese in I
A. Jensen of Pahoke ;., 'district Command (SAC) unit at Vanden-I I Mrs. Wedgworth will work 'directly
All former pastors of the churCh their fight against comnmulst ag
closed ritual chairman wh'o arranged berg AID Calif. His division with Emmttt
sup Rep Roberts
j have been invited to attend the gression. PACAF ,Is responsible i
and conducted the contest, ports the SAC mission of keepingthe i' the County Towns chairman according -
I special program and participate for the training mission end for
presiding.The nation's intercontinental missiles to Fred O. (Bud) Dickinson -
in activities. The defend the
the day's major- providing alrpower to
ritualistic team of West and jet bombers on constant II Jr., chairman of the
I I| ity of those invited will be In at- I U S. and its allies in the Pacific general
Palm Beach Lodge 1352 placed alert. )1,500,000 campaign to build the
tendance. The first supply pastor, and Far East areas.
first'in the contest; Riviera Beach i The sergeant attended Unlverfetty !I I college In Palm Beach Gardens.
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Rev. C. B. Jones passed away The airman is a graduate! of Pa
Lodge 2089. second; and Hollywood High School Columbia S. C. "The Glades area has shown agreat
many ,'years ago. Others invitedare hokee High School AI I rm a n
Lodge 1732 fourth. The district i wife is the Interest in
tyls Betty dsugh'cr I amount of plans
: Rev F. C. Blosch, Rev. S. B. Kautz'a' wife, Georgia is the
contest was preliminary to of :Mr. and Mrs. John J. Cannon I for the college," Senator Dlcklnt
I Jordan, Sr., Rev J. R. Heller Rev. daughter of Mrs Helen L. Kinsley:
the State contest in May and the 6f 21 Residence Ave., Albany, Ga f son, said, "We are sure that Mrs.
Don J. Pinson Dr. B. Elmo Scog- of 1410 Main St., Bellevue, Neb.
national contest later In the sum ..._..N.....r--...., gin ,Rev C. J. Smyly, Rev. Joe I ... Wedj vorth, with her vast experience -
I. 1 of edu
in the field business
mer.Serving on the Pahokee team Layman's Revival art.Clemsnts, Rev. Charles D. stew-1: Patsy Wroten Asks'cation, farming and civic work

were George' H. Tucker Jr., exaltd II The local church has I will be an Inspiration to the many

hller; fUton Salvatore, leading I steady and excellent growth I II men and' women in this cam-

knight! ; ,Robert. McIntosh, loyal PahokeeBaptist I through the years. Growing from City Council SpotPatsy I paign."

knight Bill Shirley, lecturing I the original 51 members it has a Mrs. Wedgworth said "I am a
knight; Di. Richard K. Ames, esquire firm believer
Pa- In the smaller chur
of 376. The
membership today Wrotqn, 31-year-old
A Layman's Revival la scheduled I
; Henry Epstein chaplain; Sunday School department started hokee housewife, qualified Wednesday eh-related college. The'new college
and William C. Darden inner for the First Baptist Church
mean so much to the young
with 75/ and today has an enroll I I morning to run for a place
guard. They were accompanied to in Pahokee March 24.28, according ment of 222. !|i on the city council. in Pahokce. people of the area to have a Chris-

Hollywood, by. theft wives. Also to Pastor Guthrie ColVard.I I ,, Mrs ,Wroten qualified for the tian-related school so close to. .
present from Pahokee-were JarneaW. home" i
Services_ are. planned.f or each nits!I! GardeiiClub I Group $_spqt now ht'WLto .Georg. -M.
Vann the'
coach of Pahoke 'Will I his President of Wedgworth Enter*
Tucker who hai not, announced
o'clock and usual servicesat
team and Mrs. Vann, Mr. and Mrs.f at I Hear Mrs. Butler intention to seek reelection. R. F. prises and a director\ of the Florida -

f Claude L. Shirley Sr., Mr. and 11 a. m. and 6 p..Jdon, Sunday Hurt has qualified in Group 1, National Bank In Belle Glad,

Mrs. Barnes and Mrs. Jensen. George Wayne PeHart, president held I Mrs. Wedgworth Is listed in WhoisWho
the council seat now
Selected as members of the It u- Mrs. Alfred J. Butler directorof seeking of American Women.
and of DeHart
manager Karl Mlndlin who In all probability -
District Ritualistic Team were Ex- District 10 will be guest speakerat by She has been the recipient of
Motor Lines with headquarters at will not seek reelection.
the Pahokee' Garden club, Tuesday
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i Conover.. N. C. will be the speak I March 16 when they meet Pahokee'' 2nd announced worn '11'
Even with his business I an council candidate is the daughter -
er. responsibilities at the Everglades Federal Savingsand
High School Band Mr. DeHart often drops Loan community building.Mrs. of the late B. Elliott who served 4-H Program Held'In

business to drive several hundred Jets Elliott will discuss the many years as state representtive -

miles to give his testimony.He shrubbery needed for the new hospital and was Speaker of the House
Plays For PTAThe is a member of the East o landscaping and show the in 1947. Her brother, B. Elliott Jr. Belle GladeThe

Hickory Baptist Church and a landscaping plans. All members was elected to the council a few

Trustee of Gardner-Webb College. are urged to attend.Mrs. yean ago but resigned In order to
Pabokee High School Band, annual Palm Beach
While his career has centered In continue his education at Florida
under the direction of Bandmaster ty Senior .-n. Events Programwas
the Hickory area he wu born in Ida Larrimora of Tallahassee State University.One .
R. O. Lamp, entertained the Pa- held In the Belle Glade
Swain County and Joined the Nan- Is the houseguest of Mr. and of the items that has the High
hokee P. T. A. with a School
program eat.torlUftSaturday., with
is the condition -
tahala Baptist church as a boy. Mrs. C. S. Davis this week. new candidate provoked
of musical selections at the March In Pahoke Nancy Harrington of Canal Point.

8 meeting of the P. T. A. )lr. ________ __ n nn _ _____ I of the the long streets drawn-out program president of the Palm Beach County ;
Lampl was Introduced by Dr. R. I Installing sewers. She is I 4-H Council, presiding
C. Lan Old Fashion Box Supper For Interested In seeing that something County Senior 4-H Event winBreadmaking -

At the business session following I II done about the terrible state of' ners; or Dairy Foods

the program a nominating and more beautlflca- Kathy ,Johnson and Penny Pen-
street repair
committee composed of Mrs. nlngton .'.(alternate); General
Benefit Of Rainbow Girls At tlon of the city in general.
Gladys Harrington, R. F. Hurt andJ. "There Is a definite need for a Demonstration Sharon Walters

F H. Wilkinson was elected for on the council" Mrs. and Tommy Vallee (alternate);

l- .the purpose of selecting officersr woman 'mother Talent or Share the Fun Rosemary -
: stated "and is a
: : Wroten ,
.It .'. 'fqrthe. ,coming year. %. / 'r Community- Building Saturday of three children Jam, keenly in Cloran;; public Speaking rLee
1. 'The 'room count awardweat td terested in the problems of our Zapp and Ja ne,Dr a.ke: Parliamentary

f K Miss Dorthea Rattle's 5th grade -- community."* ', Procedure': Belle Glade

!I and Robert Lampi's home room. If you're looking for something j paring it tothe; nearest table seat An active member of the First 4.H Boys Team; Plant area Insect:

Refreshments were served in the that's enjoyable, ''we recommend I yourselves comfortably; remove Baptist Church, Mrs. Wroten Identification Nancy lIamn.ton ..-

cafeteria following the meeting by that you attend the Old-Fashion- the cover of the mystery box for teaches a class of young married and Dicky Williams; Dres

Mrs. Karl Mlndlin. Mrs. Arthur td Box Supper which the Pahokee the start of a yum yum, yummy people. She also sings In the Revue-Penny Pennington. first

Nagler and Mrs. Edward Aron. Rainbow Girls are sponsoring at good time.Malcolm. : ch choir. She Is also a chur-I place Sharon Walters second

.4 'I the Community Building in the Millar, who will serveas large of the Pahokee place> Nancy Harrington first

Turnpike Map Is Glades Park Canal Point, this auctioneer requests that all Club. alternate and Joyce Graham, sec-

Saturday. March 13, starting at boxes of food be in the building at "Although I have not had roucn and alternate. Each participant In

Now Being Printed 4:30 p. m. There is an air of delightful 6 o'clock a half hour before the time to prepare a platform," she the Senior Events receives a 4-lt

secrets and anticipationat start of the auction. must be Certificate and the winners will
said, "I think one thing
ORLANDO-A new map of the a box supper that win entrance Free coffee and tea will be furn done. The public should be better attend the District 4-H Events

Sunshine State Parkway is icing you u It baa your parents grandparents Ished-for the suppers by the RaInbow informed as to what Is going on at Weekend at Camp Cloverleaf

prepared according to J Charles and great-great-grand Girls. It will help If those the coundl meetings." Lake Placid April 2 and 3.

Cray Florida Turnpike Authority parents before you for the box planning to attend notify Miss Sharon Walters led in the group

chairman. supper Is a form of social entertainment Mary Lee Adams, chairman in I singing at the opening of the pro

The new map resulted from a as old as America Itself. charge, or Mrs. Ray Ursry heT Rev. Colvard New gram. Jimmy Baker conducted the

complaint from Mayor Melvin All you men whatever your assistant, so they will have some Pahokee RotarianRev. ledge to the Flag and Rosemary,

Richard of Miami! Beach that J.I I age are to do bring to the supper Idea as to how much tea and cof Cloran the 4-H Pledge. Peggy

current map did not show Miami a good appetite and some fold- fee to prepare. Guthrie Corvard, pastor of itting gave the devotional

Beach. Ing money to bid on those pretty Proceeds from the box supper the First Baptist Church in Falokee Mrs. Marylou Shlrar. assistant

Gray announced the new map Is boxes filled with the most tantalizing will go toward covering the expense wu Inducted as a new County Home Demonstration

the first of several developmentsthat of foods, which the auctioneer of sending Pahokee Rainbow member of the Rotary club at last agent, delivered the welcome ad-

will make the parkway "an win display and present to the delegates to annual meeting Thursday's meeting. The induction dress at the morning .ealD, and

Improved motoring facility and highest bidder. Then with the of the Grand Assembly of the ceremony was under the direction Mrs. Betty Wolfe, also an assist

an R effective instrument In For) prize under your arm, you lead the State of Florida In Jacksonvilto of Past President Paul Rardln ant County agent, conducted the

ida's progress.." gal who spent all those hours pre- next summer., who is a 30-year club member. (Continued on Page 2)IMRY
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Friday March 12, 1965
Page_ Two The Everglades News, Canal Pout, Florida 33438
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I 4-H Program Held flendryCoJair I SodBustesill
Z Meet On TqC d,!

(uonil w ? from Page 1)) Was Dedicated To I
r dress revue If.t "afternoon imrcfdjtotJy Jhe March meeg of the Sod

: following jjie lunch Busters GudeJ1'CluTf: .. Wll' be heldat
press Jyt the )>roCTam. Raleigh, USSC Employees the home" of Mrs. Harold 10 Wilkinson
r L! fS nt unity agrl- I9f7 Bacom Point Fra., Tuesday -
cultural tfl agjgft.: anM unced the March 16, starting at 9:30(- a.
event ::1'8. CLgWISTON JL965 Hendry m. Mrs. Betty Holman will pre

Serving as mastBEs. of cere- ,County Fair and Livestock! Show, sent the program. President Sally
monies in the XBUD($&' evI I were ffejftng u Jjcently: in Mayo will preside

Nancy Harris wp! bred; L1 1Jf: Clewijton! Yes dedicated to !the,
Diane Johnson, airy fo a Untted States Sugar Corp. and -
Johnson, general demonstrationsand tts employees. !I.v.lil\LIIM jl.\llil\J.IIIMIYI'.MII&J.II[ !

Rardin Biiij l iq.11 In jG na} Point tt FloridaTHE talent; Jerry Nehls, public The dedication signified the appreciation
speaking; and Jane Drake, parliamentary of .theair 5n>uP forth
LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF ,pr6ceflUre.Itotarans generous donations, support PRINCEPAHOKEE ATE'

.. .. and encouragement the sugar-
NEWS producing company has extentfetf FLA.
/ pear Of through ,the years. A plaque was
Serving the Lflkp} 9 Eveiy'Weik ming )Region ,Vithoi \t Children's presented' \ by Ernest 0.: Huller,
Interruption for 40 Years SocietyFrank fair president, to H. T. Vaughn, SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY

Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday president of U. S. Sugar Corp, In MARCH 14-15-16
g } Price! $2.00 Year In Advance Bethany of West Palm recognition of the dedication.
Beach, divisional director: of :the The corporation was cited SE; A CJ ES1NG
TheTEvSTglsaea News Is Entered at the Post Office South Coastal Di r1alon of the sugar the donation ijmt 1
the for
Ip Canal; Pqtnt, .Florida,'as Second Class "Matter'Paul Children's Home Society, was by fair group
of land on which the fair groundsare
guest speaker at the Thursday I TONY CURTIS, NATALIE
Rardin Owner, ,Editor, Publisher luncheon 1r meeting of the Pahokee 'I located in addition to annual WOOp
.. .. contributions of cash'to aid in the HENRY FONDA MEL FERRER*
--- -- Rotary Club.'Introduced :
financing of the exhibition.
by Ralph O. John- AND ;LAUREN BACALL
Here Is What Transpired At Monday's loOn, president of the Palm Beach .
Meeting Of The Palm Beach County 'Cl ldren', Home 'Society, Nazarene Society
I : I the speaker reviewed the history
oi the Children's Home I Society, Elects, Officers lli IIMII II IIJ.fI II '1r
County Commission which Is the oldest and largestchildplacing 'I
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I agency In The Foreign Misstynary Society
and explained- the services CHS of the Pahokee Church of the Nazarene -
The Boca Raton Chamber of view' the original request from 'the renders to 'the Public{ : William S. elected officers'for the corning Block HilfsPASSION
Commerce has asked the County Chamber, made several months Plumer, in charge of program ar year at' the March meeting
commission ,to contribute jJ2500 to ago, and report the findings back rangements introduced Mr. John held at the church Wednesday PLAT
help finance dredging of ,the Boca to the board. son. President R. M. Sanders pre- night of last week with Mrs. Helen FEBRUARY at iAPftit n
Raton Inlet-a, temporary' operation In other actions the commission: sided. Butler, president, presIding.Mrs. .
to permit greater use of the Voted to go ahead with con- It was announced John H. How- Helen Butler was reelected -
waterway.The struction of a bridge on Congress ell, DCT coordinator at Pahokee, president. Other officers chosen AMPHITHEATER,
chamber said' the U. S.Engineers Ave., over L-32 at a cost of about High School, will present severalof were Mrs. Peggy Kilpatrick vice Tuosday, Thursday, Stturda

have approved the $2 ,OOO. his students in a special DCT president: Mrs. Amanda Kohr, ; --! 'i.&fXJp.Sunday ..- :
dredging project, which Is being Took under advisement the possibility program at the March 18th lunch- secretary; Mrs. Carolyn Abney,
friO ;
partially financed by funds raised of improving a 2% mile eon meeting. treasurer; Mrs. Max Jones, study
by the Chamber of Commerce.The stretch of Lawrence Road. Mrs.
secretary; Grace Russom,
county, according to' Com Agreed to make available -- publicity: secretary; Miss CarolynMcHenry Ev. Werf. durinq March

XDis8l.0ner/George Warren, had et 000 yards of sand: for'Palm 125'-1 Split Vote Sends prayer and fasting secretary I ,
"ana time considered budgeting; Junior College and instructed
campus ; Mrs. Maxine Millolino,
funds for the Improvement.The the e ,engineering, dep ,'tmerit ,- 2 To Costa Rica membership secretary; and Mrs.
commission instructed Its to work but arrangementsfor Emily Butler, work box secretary.
.comptroller_ and !attorney to reClassified payments from the school County 'Commissioners split i Mrs.'Emily Butler I presented: the ,.
three to two'Monday tin the --- .:' '-'' ',4''I '
board. question
study chapter forthe
u- month to the
Asked that improvement of of who was going to represent group The Jones .Vpcal Trio sang ." -" "-- ,.- ,..,-..-, ..... ,,, --)
Clint Moore Road be stepped up In the county In San Jose, Costa "Ready."
Ads an effort Rica for dedication 'of a new Lit-
to prevent accidents At the close of the meeting the
there were three over the past tle League ball field to be named group' went 'to :the church annex
weekend. for West Palm Beach.
POSITIVELY all want ads or for a fellowship hour, during:
'classifieds, as you wish to call ,Approved location for a new detention Mayor ;Fred.- ,' Easley, West: Palm which refreshments were served
them, are payable in advance from center in the area of the Beach, in a letter to the county by Mrs. Emily Butler and "Mrs.
'his day forward. Don't phone 'em. county hospital on 45th: street, in board asked that CommissiondrEdward Paul; Blystone, hostesses.
\iWrlte It and 'drop a dollar bill In West Palm Beach. Bandlow ,be designated i .-
the envelope) If you want it run Voted to meet In administrative since he had been' instrumental in
"once. $2 If you want It run twice session with Richard Pilger of the helping )host a delegation of visitIng County Board Will
and so on. county information bureau in connection Costa Ricans when the group )
Help 'Bril; Park
with drafting' procedures came to the area. 1 ,
t\'JIAT'S IN TIlE ATTIC that you for a monthly;activity report from Bandlow asked that he and I -
;\ don't need\ ?''A'JDOO'classified 'ad that department. Chairman Lake Lytal ,be permitted County Commissioners' this week
''n this column will probably find Heard that 'Mrs. Viola Brewster, to make ,the March 14 trip. Commissioner agreed to join with the municipality
;'you a sale. t. .t'Wrt "your ad, en- West Palm Beach, 'has been nam- E. W. Weaver seconded of South #ay in the develop. iI
dose a dcdBar; and>evjlrdo'the rtst. ed one of Florida merit mothersas the motion. .ment of a new.. .recreational aria In
The Everglades New, Canal Point, a' result of )her work in the Commissioner George Warren thai 'community.

"Fla.\ I Bounty Home Demonstration ac and E. F. ,Van( Kessel voted 1?pees I inluiver' of So;th Bay
tivities. :M B"rewster Van Kesscl asked( that the county'c:
SEPTIC TANK PUMPING AND 8. will go to against the measure.
and maintain ,
'REPAIR Service In Clewiston, Tallahassee March '1ft to compete said both'he and'Bandlow ha.d already 27 the a road from If. S.' z
South Bay, 'Bell 'Glade, Pahokee for the: title of Florida 'Mother. Yla1te Costa Rica ,and ?tfthought across" Lake. Okeechobee
.. levee to Also
I a parking area. that t
other commissionershould
:latid'Canai .Point. Serving stir some
(.Glades for'20 years 'Phon* 92i, PROMOTED:TO MAJOR I J>e sent-In fact he moved the county design ,and constructa I
''keine $V 6f : that be voted for toilet'building in the area.
*826. H. L Pitts., cJd ;Belle Clad* Johnson Clewis authority any
.a& "St. Oct. '1.$ch.Atitsn ton was' promoted to major while or all of the five members to make The Commission agreed to aid s
serving a., the operations officer of the trip. in the development' and authorized
f A lti rr: Y th 66th Ordinance Battalion in Commissioner Warren objected Commissioner E. W.. '!Bud" .Weaver
t ba" ..;1J Fl2 Kalserslautem, Germany. His wifeIs since he said he didn't to work out details for finance -

: ., .Int. '!.,r.CaA" the former r Delona, M. Jones of enough knowledge of the background I instructed The commission also
W.8 yl 4 _40.;s. 'r"),ti.. 1 ''Canal r. lnt." .. of the exchange Junket I. Its engineering depart-
(f XUl. BAJUCi: New and Used Willy .. Chairman Lytal said he would ment, to make an overall plan'for rulel27hou7idJ'

Jeep's. ;Walter Ashley's 'Garage !VISIT WILLIS 'FAMILYMr vote-JoE "
:ffcj Belle Glade, 'Phorit'8-3QM. r" and"Mrs. Allen b. Coppinger ,thi'trip and' offered to withdraw In another action concerning'
,K' Oct. JT-54-ch. ,,.Sr, of Bluefietd, W. Va., spent his;,name .If someone else recreational facilities In the
Suriday'Id Pahokee! as'the' guests wanted 'to accompany', Mr. Band- Glades, the commission, at the /
4059. r-RAMBLER:: Classic model, of Mr, and Mrs. C. G. Wlllts and 'low. suggestion' 'of Commissioner 1
in,L good Tape, )standard "'shift.Fpr family.>; Mr. Coppinger 'is a 'doiuin 'Final vote was for Bandlow., and, Weaver, adopted a resolution asking -
I ; sale at a ,reasonable e 'price.: ,R. of Mr. wnu .. Lytal to make 'the trip. the State n Board to turnover
P. Fletcher, 4826 SW 5th St. In .. title of 56.2 acres of land on IZi&e/iiit/ .
')..,[faml. Phone, Miami HI 61506., ,= ... r- the Miami canal for recreational

Itp. Deaf Man Perfects Patterson Circle purposes. 'P n S DAILY DOUBLE
At Rardin HomeThe 1 1 1st & 2nd RACES
40c 'per pound.: Half of 'whole Transistor Mrs. Pearl 'Agner has returnedto L QUINIELAS
100 to' 500 potMdI. 'You pick your Midget lone Patterson circle of the her home from a two month EVERY RACE
'oWn. L. *P.'Rackley, phone C97- Canal Point Baptist Church, met visit with her son and daughter-
2491.Indiantvwn. M28pCalyinJ. Hearing AidIf at the home of Mrs. Paul Rardin in-law. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Agner BIO- PAYING

.. for their March business meeting.i In Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. PERFECTASADMISSION
JflJWWAfuuWJW Mrs. J. L. McCall presided and' Merle ,Agner and children in Indianapolis S 25*
Peacock you can hear people talk and devotions were given by Mrs. W. Ind. She was accompanied
can't make out the words clearly, S. Evans. The program "Assum home by Mr. and Mrs. J. D S FREE PARKING
then this will be your answer. An ing Personal Responsibility" was Agner who are the guests of his LUXURIOUS
'Bookkeeping And extremely small hearing aid using presented by Mrs. S. A. Nail. She sister and brother-in-law, Mr. CLUBHOUSEPOST
Income Tax Service n tiny energized unit, has been was assisted by Mrs. Lawrence and Mrs. Homer Barnes.
:; perfected by a man who himself is Stewart Mrs. J E. Williams, Mrs. 'P TIME 815
hard of hearing and has been for Paul Rardin. Mrs. W. S. Evans, FRED IILAKEY VISITS
1850 E. St. over 10 years. With his new aid, Mrs.,J. H. Bordeaux and Mrs. M Fred Blakey spent this put

: V Pah okee even whispers are crystal clear. C. Carter. Mrs. Roy Lawson of weekend in Pahokee with his par-
.' If Interested it Is suggested you Morvin. Ga. was welcomed as a ents Mr. and Mrs. Arch Blakey "
\Phone 9247962OFFICE write HEARING, 32 E. 9th St., guest The April meeting' will be :Mr. Blakey is Instructor of history '
,.\ IN REAR Erie, 'Pa, .You vrlU -g'eceive'full information held at ,the home o{ ,Mrs., W...3, : -It'Iorlda.State University :
OF HOME at no cost or obligationI Evans with Mrs. J. E. Williams In while earning his doctor's degree ; ,
.., I a oever.-AdY'. charge of the program. In history. |I_ NOW THRU APRIL 2 S


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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 ,'
Your savings increase faster, because your Bonds income for living expenses, while E Bonds build a
mature.in just 7 years, 9 months nest egg for the future. That's why many retired
people hold fy Bonds and families saving for, say a "
With Series H Bonds the
10-year maturity period .child's education, buy E Bonds.
the but interest is each 'I.
stays same more paid you ..
'months.With both E and H Bonda the'new.rate Q: In what denominations can I buy series B and series :.

.,'" workaoutto2nfor.thetirstyearanda'haltithm'I H Bonds? ;t';. "
:, :": o year Ai E Bonds: $25 (cost $18.75), $50 (cost $37.50)), $100 I' '
'f II: Q:When did the new rate become effective? (cost $75.00), $200 (cost $150.00)), $500

A: June 1, 1959. (cost 375.00, $1,000 (cost $750.00),
"' $10,000 (cost$7,500.00)).
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.. ., :,. :. June I, 1959 are priced at face value. j V:;
A:All older.E and:H Bonds pay more now-an extra
Qt How safe U.S. Bonds? '- "
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: T' the cash value of your Bonds will not drop, that it
/. Q:Will the Bonds I own automatically earn their new can only grow.

rate? Ck What If znr Bonds should be lost, stolen or d.
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FrIday, March 12, 196II
Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33438II

:Mr and Mrs. Brooks Henderson --E

I accompanied by her mother, > A .o. YNt

II PERSONAL NEWS NOTES Mrs.with Walker their' daughter, were recent and visitors family, !1iA"

I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wood in Cocoa.
Mrs. Walker plans to go on to her
\ "Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Smith and [r Mrs. Martha McIntosh has returned home in Kentucky from Cocoa. a
children accompanied by his mother : from a visit with her
will arrive this weekend for a daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Adaline Wroten and :Mrs
visit with Mr. and Mrs. R. T.I I Sidney Stubbs in Gainesville. Paul Tlllery were visitors In Seb-
Smith. ring, Tuesday. I
Mrs. Earl Maxson has returnedto

James W. Vann, executive director her home from Good Samaritan Sorority Elects
of the Pahokee Housing Authority hospital where she recently underwent

and Judge James L. Tyson : surgery. /Its/ New Officers

commissioner attended a I r
Charles Urban of Cleveland
State House Authority meeting in I Mrs. Mildred Schoeppel ,was
Ohio is the guest of his niece and
Orlando recently.Mr. elected new president of XI Alpha
nephew Mr. and Mrs. Pope Sears.
I Mu Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority
and Mrs. Fred Wolfe, 'Jr.,
: Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Kepp I' at the business meeting of
had as their guests this week his
were the guests Sunday of his the chapter held at the home of
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wolfe,
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelia Chase Thursday
of McClure, Ohio. Other recent : Shown above art members: of the recently organized Canal Point
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dale :Mrs. Bill Kepp, in Naples and his night. Neighborhood Patrol of the Boy Scouts. Shown left to right are:
Wolfe also of McClure, Ohio, who mother and sister who are visiting Other officers elected, for the Lucky lI well, Alvin Wilson, Jeffrey Tarr, Leader Donald Harrington,
were overnight guests on March there from South Carolina. coming year were Mrs. Frances Junior Norton and Ernest Browning.
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vice president; Mrs. Gothic
4th:: Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Andersonhad
their their Friend, corresponding secretary; Us", using pictures to illustrate Four Circles Will
Tuesday guest
Mr. and ])drs. Fred Wolfe, Jr., Mrs. Emogene Scott, recording her remarks. I

accompanied by his parents, Mr. grand Kistner daughter of,West Miss Palm:MargaretRose Beach. secretary; Mrs. Lavinia Parker. Mrs. Max Beverly of Ochlock-! Hold March MeetsThe
and Fred Wolfe, Sr., treasurer Mrs. Evelyn Lair,
Mrs. spent ; rep nee, Ga., was introduced as the -
Sunday in Vero Beach visiting Mr.I Airman 1-c Sonny Russom of resentative to the Beta Sigma Phi guest of Mrs. Lillian Beverly At four circles of the Pahokee

and Mrs. Clayton Boyer and family Homestead AFB was the overnight City Council; and Mrs. Dorothy the close of the meeting refreshments Methodist Woman's Society of
and Mrs. Pearl Murray of guest Sunday of his parents, Hllller, alternate representative. were served by Mrs. Chas! I'
I Wauseon, Ohio. Mr. ,and Mrs. Curtis Russom. President Evelyn Lair presidedat and Mrs. Lair, Christian Service will conduct
the meeting and served as co- I their March meetings separatelyat
,Dr. Thomas Dickson of Athens, :Mr. and Mrs. Philo B. Wllltam- hostess. Mrs. Kathryn Cunningham homes of members Monday
Ga., was the guest of friends and son of Okeechobee were the Sun reported on the Beta Sigma .
March 15.:
relatives in Pahokee this past day guests of their brother-in-law, Phi Area luncheon sponsored by M-
The Vena Mae Schroder Circle
weekend.Mr. George B. Ramey. the West Palm Beach City Council
which she and Mrs. Lair at- vill meet at the home of Mrs.
and Mrs. Lon Wilson returned Mr. and Mrs. George Vols of
&' O. Johnson, 10 a. m.; the
tended in West Palm Beach, Feb. .lph
home Sunday following a two Harford County, Md., are the
Slmonson-Lalr Circle, at the homeof
week stay with their daughter and 13.Mrs.
family, Mr. and Mrs. B. Elliott, guests of her brother-in-law and Marjorie Mock, social Mrs.- Lon Wilson, 3 p. m.; the
Jr., in Tallahassee. Mrs. Elliott sister, Dr. and Mrs. Wilburn C. chairman, announced the chapter's Miriam Circle, at the home of'
recently underwent major surgery Young. They will return to their social for this month, to be a takeoff and Mrs.' R. L. "Dick" At Mrs. Lon Wilson, 3 p. m.; the Mir-
this weekend of TV's will iam Circle, at the home of Mrs.H. .
and is reportedly doing very well. home accompaniedby 'Tonight Show' kins announce the arrival of a
Mrs. Young' father, GeorgeW. be held at her home Thursday daughter, Amy Ruth, March in H. Hendrix. 8 p. m.; and the
Buddy Lampi spent this weekend Mitchell who has been the evening, March 18. Ft. Worth, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. J. Gertrude Shirley Circle, at the
visiting his parents, Mr. and guest of his daughter and family Mrs. Elsie Sims presented the S. Atkins are the paternal grand home of Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, also

Mrs. R. O. Lampi. Buddy is a stu- during the winter season. program,' "Mirrors, Things About parents. at 8 p. m.
dent at the University of Miami. (

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Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Graham rl1 1 '
turned to their home in re-1

Friday, March 5, following a success hasn't gone to its price!
week visit with their son and .w

daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. E. ,:
J. Graham.

Mr. and Mrs. Thadd Whidden "
spent this past weekend visiting; 4
relatives and friends in Wauchula. es
I combination I'

Mr.,and Mrs. Ellis. :Murphy visit \
ed her father, L. W.:Thompson, in _

Lake.Worth... Sunday. ,

her Mrs.home Nanny Sunday Mallory from returned Good Samaritan to. \of luxury and

Beach. Hospital, West Palm "i' economy .

Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Schroder
recent visitors in Lantana '"tr:

where were they were the guests of can

their son and family, Mr. and Mr?. you 'tsi'r.

R. W. Schroder. Mr. Schroder is :
making plans to attend the Gray bu

bar electric motor school in Milwaukee : '
Wisconsin, in the 'near : I

future. .,. :
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Roland Todd was able to returnto '
his home this past week from

St. Mary's Hospital, West Palm .
Beach.C. ...

Y. Scroggins of Lake Worthis .
the guest of his son-in-law and .
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. J.:Max-
son. Th.

Mrs. Ron Hair of Miami, was

the weekend guest of her parents,
Mr. -and Mrs: J. E. Williams.. ,
t'oIitH ,'" .,'" "
MariandMrs! *JChanYhlte have '.. : .:
Returned to their home in Savant 1 j

nah Ga., following a visit with I' ,

relatives in Pahokee.W. CHEVROLET BELAIR '6It's t. ;

3. Cross, a patient at Good .:

Samaritan Hospital Is reported to .",I.,.' ..
be improving from recent heart In-between-priced full-size Chevrolet with You "
our can actually buy this fine full-sized car for ,

surgery. deep-twist carpeting; luxurious pattern cloth up- slightly more than many intermediate-sized models "

Mr.r and Mrs. Roy Lawson and holstery trimmed In soft vinyl; and a Turbo-Thrift of other makes-and even for less than some of them! t ,

their son, and family, Mr. and :Mrs. Six to make.the most of Its Jet-smooth ride. Low In So why settle for a smaller car that can't begin to offer \
H. R. Lawson all of Ga.
Morvin. all of the value and satisfaction
were the guests of :Mrs. Roy Law- cost, easy on fuel-yet this spirited Six gives you you get in this Chevrolet Bel Air "

ion's sister and brothers and their quick'pickups and all the smooth dependable power ,Come look it over. See how much aI- r
'It families' Mr. and Mrs.: A. H.
a car needs. Just come try It and eel more you get for what you pay!
Scruggs :Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Harrington .
... .
Gaulden Harrington and Drive something really new-discover the difference at your Chevrolet dealer's ..., .
Mrs. J.. S.; Harrington. Mr. and .. .
Mrs. H. R. Lawson motored on to \ Chevrolet Chevelle Chevy n Corvair Corvette ;

Miami Beach to attend the South _-...---_.....___......._.____ ......._......______ .. tlu.
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Eastern Watermelon Convention .. ,, : ;
.where' Mr. Lawson was elected ;, 09-122S' : .

president'Vaayne of Sears the son convention.of Mr. and t Stanley Chevrolet, In e. ; r'I -

.I Mrs. Pope Sears, left Sunday for .
iFoiWaduon.' S. c., where,he will ''
begin a six month active training '::1 :: 164 Lake Ave. Pahokee,- Fla.. Phone 921-5593 ." '.:: .-. ';t' :: ':

course In the military service.

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Friday March 12
The Ides sews Canal Point. J1ortd&33&SS Face.Y'isy

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Kathy Wilson' To Wed Martha Jo Allen To Gamot Home Scene SORORITY IIAS'DIEETING Eastern Air LirBuys

Wayne Browning Wed D. G. WalkerMrs. Sorority MeetingPhi March The 4 Beta at the Omicron home of sorority Mrs. Helen met New Planes -
Smith with Mrs Rita Faye HookJ,
Miss Kathy Wilson will becomethe Bennie Dickson Allen of Gamma Nu-. Chapter, Beta
president, presiding. The next social MIAMI-Eastern Air Lines has
bride of 118 Club Drive Ft. Pierce an- Sigma Phi Sorority at the homeof
Wayne Browning was planned for March 18, a placed an order with the Douglas
March 19 at 8 p. m. in the First nounces the engagement and approaching Mrs. Joan Gamot Monday night steak supper at the home of Mr. Aircraft Co., Inc., for a fleet of 24
marriage of her daughter conducted a "model meeting" for
:Methodist Church of and Mrs. Fred Wolfe following a of an advanced model of the short-
Pahoke- ;Martha Jo to Donald Gene the benefit of chapter rushees attending !
meeting at the home of Mrs. Shell to-medium
Rev. John Briley range twin-jet Douglas
officiate. Walker, son of Mr and Mrs Will- with President Jill Pitts,
Organist will be Mrs. Don Thompson lam Franklin Walker, Okeechobee. presiding I Ames. New officers for the com- DC-9, the newest In Jet airliners.
and soloist, Mrs. Ing year will be elected at the The purchase represents an Investment
Hugh :Miss Allen is a student at Dan Plans were made for a chapter I
Branch. March 18 meeting Mrs. Frances of approximately $84
" McCarty High School, Ft. Pierce social in the form of a covered-
Miss Wilson Adams presented the program million and will enable Eastern to
chosen as her and a former resident of Pahokee. I dish dinner to be held at the homeof "
maid of honor her sister :Miss Mr. "The Art of Thinking. provide Jet service to many additional
i Walker is a graduate of Okee Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McIntosh I I
Alice Joy Wilson. Mrs Gary Clark chobee High School and attended Saturday evening. March 20, with --.- communities which cannot
will be matron of honor and Miss i Indian River Junior College. He is I I husbands and "dates" to be guests. I be effectively served by the larger
Joyce Brown, bridesmaid. Mary presently employed as a book The program topic for the Miss Joyce Bowen Jets now in operation.An .
Nell Spooner will serve as flower keeper for Attaway Lumber Company I month, "Am I Intellectually Competent Interim' lease arrangementhas
girt.A Plans are being made for a I was presented by Mrs. Weds Warren Repper been arranged with the manu-
reception will be held in the June 17 wedding at the First Bap- I Carol Mnlntoah. facturer calling for delivery of 15
fellowship hall of the church following tist Church of Okeechobee. .. The marriage of Miss Joyce standard DC-9's on a schedule beginning -
the ceremony. No invitations I I ATTEND KEYS PAGEANT Marilyn Bowen, daughter of Mr. in March 1966 and endingin

are being sent locally but all CLASS MEETING I I Mr and Mrs. James W. Vann and Mrs. Delmus Bowen of Stanton September, 1966. Deliveries ofEastern'a

friends of the couple are invited to The Philethea class of the Paho spent Friday and Saturday with Ky., and James Warren Rep. more advanced and
attend. kee First Baptist Church met I hr sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. per, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. slightly larger DC-9's will begin in
Thursday, March 4, in the ,fellowship M. II. Mulkey, Jr., and daughters, James Warren Repper, Sr., of Canal the 'latter part of the year, with
LAKELAND VISITORS hall for a short monthly business Twila and Selena Ann, in Taver- Point, was solemnized at 6 expected certification In November -
Recent visitors in Lakeland were meeting. Mrs. L. G. Alder- nier and attended the Florida Keys o'clock Saturday evening, Feb9, 1966.
Mrs. Ralph Johnson and Mrs. M. man was in charge of the dev pageant and the annual contest at the Stanton Baptist Church. The DC-9 is a twin fan-Jet aircraft
P. Stanley. They were the guestsof Uonals. Mrs. A. E. Morgan and for Miss Coral Shores of which Rev. Herold Mauney of \Vadiy with T-tall and rearmounted
,Mrs. Johnson's mother-in-law Mrs. Annette McCurdy served re- Miss Selena Ann Mulkey was one performed the double-ring ceremony engines. It will be powered by:,
Mrs. J. O. Johnson. I freshments. 'of the five finalists. before an altar banked withwhite two Pratt & Whitney by-pass fanjet *!
I creations and greenery and engines. With a capacity of
----- lighted. with cathedral.. tapers 10 80 passengers, the DC-9 will be

s {4 sa41 sMlsyisMls4ilvls { M { K11rls* s 1 s! 'AN s + II M 11 1 f1 '} sf ii* branched candelabra.Mrs. capable of unrestricted operation
Jean Derickson sang "I 1- out of most airports. Its normal. :
Truly" cruising speed is 560 mph.
Love You "Always" and .
f "The Wedding Prayer," accompanied -
IiiLThUkE1 by MM. Ruth Strange organist Would Make Citrus

who also played the traditional .
wedding march A Must On DietLAKELAND

:$ Phone 9245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade $; ,Given the bride in marriage wore a by U'/f'ler.glh her father --.An army of some

f, SALES and SERVICE 4 Chantllly lace, styled vttb! a fit store citrus proucts to their position
ted bodice, scalloped ncKlln! nad as an indispensable part of
1y Heating Air Conditioning Appliances long sleeves. The bouffant skirt the American diet," the Florida

rf\ terminatd in h full chapel train Citrus Commission was told at a
'y{.1 { { !{!!!{yN ***4444* **N*ls*ls lfYls 1 N NyNyll Ny11 .{YN l1 11 11 /{ s 11 1 { 1 The elbow-length veil of French special meeting In Lakeland.The .

illusion attached to a crown commission heard the re-
.. _. was ; which
"- -- study
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of seed pearls and crystal teat port
drops. She carried a cascade bcu was authorized ,to learn what nutrition -

quet of white curutiont centered authorities of America
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think of Florida citrus products.
""' .. 'J' j>> < \ with an orchid.
Mrs. Joyce Hearne, matron o r Dr. Cortes F. Enloe, Jr., president
honor, wore a full-length: gown of of Cortes F. Enloe, Inc., the
\EleClriC i'rrigaliQlf glue and white velvet with mitci commission's! medical and ethical

..,, Ing headdress; and Mia Laura advertising agency reported that
,;< ) ; Pierce, bridesmaid, a full-length "to the people who mold the eat-
doesn't cost..if pays gown of pink satin with matching ing habits of America, citrus products -.
veil. The Misses Linda Lou and : are superior to any synthetic
Carolyn 'Sue Miller, twin :cousin products". The superiority
cf the bride, as junior orldesmalds he continued, is sufficiently clear-
wore street-length blus satin cut that It can be the basis of all
dresses with matching headpieces promotion efforts of the commission. -

The bride's attendant carried .
bouquets of white carnations. The 150-page report revealed
Flower girl was Tracy J J Rogers : that nutritionists, dieticians, physicians
niece of the bride, wh) wore a and others will get behind
floor-length dress of pink satin a nutrition program to sell Florida
and carried a basket ?f pink rose citrus. This group of 700,000 will
petals. Ricky Farmer wa ring be converted Into salesmen for
bearer. citrus, according to Dr. Enloe.
J. W Repper served as his son a --

beat man. Ushers were George: W. Susan Weaver ToWed
Rogers, brother-in-law of the
bride; Paul Allen Ramsey and KenMasters. Robert Chancy

Following the ,ceremony, a reception The marriage of Miss Susan
0 was held at Dalton't restaurant Weaver and Robert Chancy will
in St nton. Assisting with take place March 21'at' the Community -

0 the'serylng at the refreshmentstable Methodist Church of Lake
were Stella Miller and Mary Harbor at 3 o'clock p.. m.
CREATE YOUR OWN "RAIN"WHEN Helen Kennon. No invitations are being sent

The bride Is a Graduate of Okee but all friends of the couple and
chobee High School and attended heir famllle are Invited to attend.
Eastern Kentucky State College rl81 "
at Richmond. IIURT IN WRECK
/ Electrically-pumped irrigation Mr.; Repper 'graduated in 1959 Mr*. J. W. Brown returned to

equipment improves farm yields ., ) from Pahokee High;School; where her, home Wednesday, following .a .
I. '. Ends drought worries he was;active In Future Fatmers visit with her daughter, Miss
*? '.. : .. .t of61erlc&'*ork. The year he :Joyce. Brown, who VM '.UghtltM
,,..:Iy... ,. in dry spells ancMpi graduated he received fro.n the Injured in a recent antomoble uScld '
f, "( I helps protect crops during National FFA organization Its nt in Ocala. Miss Brown IB reported '

4 cold snaps., highest award, the American to be improving and 1*
:: ,..- outstanding making plans to. return to her
.. ft't 'fc: ; Tanner Degree, for
/ achievement In the field 'f f agri studies at Florida State Unlver-

; culture. He b presently a rancher, city in Tallahassee
it off during critical periods .
\' 1r Even in normal weather pays cane grower and vegetable farmr, i -
j :c: of growth-the time when plants need extra stimulation with'operations in the Canal Point DEATH OP BROTHER

in order to thrive and produce the greatest yi ld. area. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Kemp and
Following the wedding trip, Mr. family returned Mon. from Atlanta

:: Modem irrigation is just another of the many jobs that. and Mri. Repper are now at their where they were called by the

,,; ". 'k.. Reddy does best on the farm and m the home .t- home in Canal..Point.. .. death B. Kemp.of Mr.Funeral Kemp's services brother were Roy

: ?, quickly and cheaply! held at the Brooksvllla Baptist

S ; .,.. I CLASS MEETINGThe Church Sunday.at. .3 p. m.APPRECIATION" .
j. i Deo Valente Class of the

; I Pahokee First Baptist Church,
;j' : THeR .S Nd MATCH met at the home of Mrs. One I would like to thank my many
friends for their flowers, calls,
. 't.. d) .FORFLAMELESS' Core Monday. March 1. Mrs. Lee
cards and prayers during my recent -
Shirley vice president, presidedat
}! .(, ,,'., ..; .:' ELECTRIC LIVINGfoTRIDA 1 the business meeting. The devotionals lUaens.
Mrs. Frank O'Cbnnell
. :I"f./ r. t-v. '! -...r were given by Mrs. Karl --.... ..
Bennett. Mrs. M. P. Stanley, the
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1" ". class teacher presented a short

, "' : POWER & LIGHT I COMPAN_rt'J: program on "Church Visitation"
1 : ; .... Following the meeting refresh
:ff/o ." HELPING BUILD FLORIDA ments were served by 111''. L. E. ntITv
Sullivan r

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Ch rd1.Of GOdj; 'ott A: letter Pet$ 'e:wa,, b g froni '

I It II Barf 1d' High fii noren j it ;Qoek, the c ptez'a"1

Trews Of the ChuncS I I Davenport"adopted ,friend"Fla, thanking1 at Grey members Inn-,

A.I,6tone wEferh for remembering her with
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.. SUNDAY: Feb. 14.: Mrs. Otto R. Bleech wUl

Holr Nativity Fitst Baptist St. Mdrt's$ Catholic 9:48$ aa. .-Sunday School send Miss Badcock this montffs
I 11:00 a. m.-Mowing Worship remember ce from the chapter
Episcopal; .Church Church, Canal Point Church 7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser- It was announced Fr. William

PabQkec VicerUESDAY Pickles will conduct special Ember .
Elder R. E. Barfield Father Frances Fennech, Pastor : Day services at the Churcho

.. Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar SUNDAY: Sunday Mass ll:30: a. m. 7:30 p. .-.Prayer Service { the Holy Nativity Saturday
SUNDAY: 9:45: a. .-Sunday School I Confessions before :Mass THURSDAY: March 13, at 11 a. m. Announcement
10 a* m.-Sunday School 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship 7:30 p. m.Youth for Christ was also made that next
11:00 a. m.-Worship Service 6:30 p. m.-B. 1. C. .The.Pahokee ChurchOf Service month's meeting of the chapter a
7:30 _
; p. m.-Evening Worship. the home of Mrs. Harold Wilkinson :-

First Methodist TUESDAYS: The' NazareneRev. The Methodist Church April 6, will be a week earlier
7:30 p. m.-Choir practice.
than usual to avoid conflict of
Church, PahokeeJohn WEDNESDAY: Wlllard Kilpatrick Canal Point, FloridaJames activities during Holy 'Week.
7:30 in.-Midweek Prayer 433 Bacom
p. Point Rd. .
Service. Phone 924-7328 P. O. Box 882
A. Pastor W. Pastor
Bnley Baugher
THURSDAY:-Every other week SUNDAY SERVICES: Four Circles Hold i
: :
7:30: p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary i ,9:43 a. ra.-Sunday School
9:45 a. m.-Church School.,, Meeting. 9:45 a. m,Sunday School. Regular MeetingsThe
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship ..-. 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship 11:00 a*. m.- :Morning Worship
6:45 p. m.-MYF 8:30 p. m.Junlo..a'lQO d:00 p. m.-Evening Worship
Betty Mills circle of the Pa-
Glades Baptist Church p. m.-Sunday Evening -
7:45 WorshipTUESDAY t'UESI). Y
p. m.Evening :
First at
... .. Evangelistic Service hokee Baptist Church met
8:00: m.-Woman'.
: p.
of .
home Guthrie Colvard
7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac (Rev. Jonathan,L. Wolf) WEDNESDAY: 1st Tuesday the
with Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson
ticeWEDNESDAY Meets In Pahokee Lions Club 7:30 p. m.- Midweek Prayer WEDNESDAY: president
netting., presiding. The, program
Building.SUNDAY ,
: 7:30 p. m-Prayer Meeting
7:45 m.-Mid-week dev SCHOOL 9:45: a. m. "Where you are: a., stranger but "Assuming Personal Responsibility"
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tions PREACHING-11:00: a. m. and once." : was presented by Mrs. Claude
7:30 A' Episcopal Women Shirley She was assisted by Mrs"
8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir practice p. m.
SUNDAY B. y, F.6:30 p. m. St. Peter's Lutheran Continue Bake Sales Karl Bennett Mrs. M. P. Stanley

.. WED. PRAYER-7:30 p. m. gave the'closing prayer.
41' i Church Belle Glade :Mrs W A. Keen was hostess to
,St. Martha's Chapter Episcopal "
First Baptist the Lottie Moon circle. Tuesday
Canal Point Church Women voted continue
August Koerber,Pastor afternoon at 3:00 p. m. Mrs. Ruby
Church, Pahokee Baptist Church 601 W. Lake Rd, Belle Glade bake-to-order sales as a fundraising Bush acted a co-hostess. The study

SUNDAY: project at the March meeting book "Winds of Change" was
Gutbrle W. Colvard, Pastor
SUNDAY: Lawrence Stewart, Pastor Divine Services 11 A. M. held Tuesday at the home of Mrs. completed with Mrs. Joe Thompson
SUNDAY: School 9-45: : A. M. and :Mrs. E. B. Gamble teach-
Norman with the
Kennedy, presi-
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School .
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School the final half of the book.
11:00'a.: m.-Morning Worship dent, Mrs. Daniel McCarton, pre-
: 6:00 p. m.-Evening Worship 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Church Of Christ siding. Delicious homemade pies, At the 8 p. m. meeting of ,the
6:45: p. m.-Training Union 6.30xp.: m.Training Union cakes and cookies, any kind desired Faye-Taylor and Grace JernIgan
WEDNESDAY: 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship 125 N W. Avenue D are baked ,on order by members circles which met jointly at the
7:30: p. m.-Prayer Service WEDNESDAY: Phone WY 6-3867 of the chapter. Orders for church, Mrs. Grace Graham and

.. 7:30--p. m.-Prayer-.. Meeting Belle Glade, Fla. ,this tasty pastry are received I Mrs. Mary Hammond completed
SUNDAY SERVICES through Mrs. Richard K. Ames, 'teaching the same study book
The Church Of God South Side ChurchOf 10:00: a. m.-Bible Study chairman in charge, phone 924- "Winds of Change. Hostesses for

Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal ChristBelle 11:00: a, m.-Morning Worship 7771 the evening were Mrs. Gene Gore
Point Road 7:30: p.' m.-Evening Worship /The opening devotionals were and Mrs. M. J. Sapp...
Glade across from WEDNESDAY given by Mrs. John Hatch. Mrs. .

John H.; Kinard, pastor Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 7:30 p. m.-.Bible. Study McCarton reported on the Palm Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Harringtonand
Beach Deanery meeting which children were the Sunday
10:00: a. m.-Sunday School 10:00: a. m.-Bible Study
11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Mack Parker is reported to be she, together with Mrs. Harold guests of her sister and brother-
7:45 p. Evangelistic Service 6:30: p. m.Evening Service improving nicely following recent Wilkinson, Mrs. Joseph Youngand in-law, Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Preston,
8:00 p. m. Tuesday V.L.B. 7:30 p. m.-Wed. Bible StudyCL4S51FIED surgery at Good Samaritan Hos- Mrs. Donald Harrington, at- in Hollywood. Mr. Preston recently -

: 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. A' pital in West Palm.. Beach., tended at St. Andrews Church in underwent major surgery.
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Mrs. Mrs Wedgworth has been: a director ticultural Society. She has been I r :lain Bernard Salmonsen, Riviera :
WedgworthContinued of the Florida Fruit and president of the PEO Sisterhood in I bebig I Beach; and Inner Guard Ray A.
Vegetable Association, a memberof Belle Glade and is a member of Desroachers, Riviera Beach. '
( From Page 1) the Florida Citizens Committee the Order of the Eastern Star and Serving as Judges for the con-
many honors Including being on Education, a member of the an honorary member of the Belle I I Local Elks Team test were Charles H. PeckelU of
named "Woman of the Year" by Palm Beach County Board of Glade Lions Club. i Fort Pierce,'R.-.Edward: Royal of
the "Progressive Farmer". mag- Public Instruction,.director of ,the Mrs. Wedgworth teaches Sunday -I: (continued from page 1) Sarasota and Alvin A< Ehrlich Of
azine. Western Palm Beach County School in the Methodist Church -' alted Ruler Lawrence E. Hoffman Orlando; as checkers, Frank C.
Mrs. Wedgworth has received Hospital District, chairman: of the in Belle Glade and has been a West Palm Beach; Leading I Doofey of Belle,<'blade and Clyde
the distinguished service award of Highlands Glades Drainage Dis- steward In the church. She is a Knight William H. Conroy, West Brown of Fort. Lauderdale< ; and as
the Florida Fruit and Vegetable
trict and a member of the Gov- member of a Florida ,Southern Palm Beach; Loyal Knight Har- computers, Eugene Mahlmeister
Association, the honorary chapter ernor's Committee on Migrant College education,, committee.The len Anderson Riviera Beach; and George C. Davis of Boynton
farmer award from the Future
Work.In Belle Glade business William T. doram. Beach.
woman Lecturing Knight
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I,'J I profitable for late-season use is now jlrift to a nearby field &also. disappears. see why it pays to use Phosdrin all season. .,

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

''i I their growth. Here's why: Phosdrin makes it easy to avoid problems- dealer under many well-known brand

I'' '-' t tr all season and close to harvest. It's gone from names, or as a product of Shell. In liquid or

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