The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
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Belle Glade news
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Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
August 27, 1965
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Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
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Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
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Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
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Don Adams Named Youth,Drowns In Elementary Has College Students Church Plan

Lake Okeechobee Honored At PartyMr.

Assistant County Student Increase
Sherman D. Stewart, 20, -ofDeerfleld and Mrs. Robert B. Simon- CallsBuilding
Beach drowned Sunday son and sons, Roger'and David,
Solicitor lades afternoon in .Lake OkaeChobce With 514 Enrolled entertained at their home, 670 New PastoriumCanal
while swimming near the :intake: ( Dacom Point Road Thursday event
pipe of the Canal Pointwater lag with an outdoor party and
Pabokee Attorney Don T Adams :.plant, Class room sessions started at barbecue dinner, honoring several Point Baptists this past
became aa :-assistant ,county Investigators -said Stewart and the Pahokee Elementary School young men of the community priorto I weekend took a major stride forward -
solicitor this week when he took I a friend. Alfred Day, ,of Pompano Monday with an enrollment of 614 their return to studies at various I in their program of action.In .
.over the duties eif recently realgn-! I Beach, were swimming in about students, an Increase over last colleges and universities. a called business conference, the
red Billy Jackson At the Glades Of. 15 feet of water when Stewart, year's registration, and a full com'pleroent Roger Is returning this Thursdayto Plans and 'Survey committee of
flce Building: la the Magistrate' apparently became tired, and went ,: of teaching and administrative Lakeland for his second yearat the church presented a recommen..
Court. lie appointment was made under., : personnel according to Florida Southern College dation for church action which
!by County Solicitor MarvinMounts. : Day amid he didn't realize Stew- Principal William D. Howard. art was in trouble until it was too New members Joining the''teach resolution called for the appoint- ,I
Th new usiltautoUc1tor'= came late. ing staff include Miss Sandra HenryDermody 37 ment of three committees for the
to Pahokre at an early age with .t: Lamp, art and music director; remodeling and air conditioning of ,
Ids parents Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mrs Dena Peel and Mrs. Marge Killed When Auto the church sanctuary building, '
Attains who for many years operated Funeral Services Simmons, second grade teachers erecting a new pastor's home and
a grocery store on Bacon, and David Cantley, part-time physical raising the money needed for the
Point Road. lie is a graduate of education director Mrs. Alice Strikes Bridge renovation project.
William A.Cross
FaObokee high school and was graduated Thompson. is the new school sec The following persona'were ap- '
from the University of Flor- retary. pointed by Pastor Rev. Lawrence
ida 'with an engineering degree Held Monday Morn. Returning teachers include Mrs. Henry E. Dermody, 37, a Hialeah Stewart, Pastorium Committee:
before he attended George Wash Frances Whiteside, Mrs. Judy manufacturer, was killed J. L. McCall and O. T. Echola CoChairmen *
ingtcn University Law school in I Fowler Mrs. Frances Adams and Tuesday afternoon when his sports Edythe Smith. Edna
the action's crtpital. Funeral services were held Monday Mrs. Martin T Lewis first grade car failed to make a curve on 8R Brown Calvin Dixon James Gibson -'
The -new assistant shares offices I morning nt ten o'clock at the Mrs. Esther Ford and Mrs. Reba 715 and hit the concrete bridge' Charles Maxson, Cecil Rogers,.
with veteran Attorney ThaddWhiddrn Pahokee Elks 'Lodge room foi Golden second grade; Mrs. Peggy near Paul Rardin Park north of James Weeks.
: in Pahokee and-will continue William Alton Cross, 66,who died Willis Mrs Of Douthit, Mrs.Jean Belle Glade. Assistance was ren The Sanctuary Building Committee -
: to,do so because the sew jots as the result of a heart attack he Perry and Mrs. Lucy Caton dered on the scene but he was pronounced Chairman is Alton Jones,.
only part time., He served two suffered Saturday: morning ai third grade: Mrs. Beulah Doe, Mr dead upon arrival at along with Joyce Arrieta, Kathrya
years In the U. S. Corps of ..Engineers. home in Dorset, north of Canal Jessie B. Walters and Mrs. Imo-. Glades General Hospital at Belle Rardin Maude Weeks, and Paul'
He:la 30 years old. Point He was a charter memberof gtne Scott, fourth grade; Mrs.I Glade. Maynor, Raymond Martin Bo
Mr. Ada=ns' wife. Frances, is' fl the Elks dub and the services Sarah Thomas, Mrs. Mae Laflln Mr. Dermody had Just dropped Pugh Arnold Scruggs..
teacher in the Pahokee elemegar were, conducted under the direction and Miss Des Kahle, fifth grade; hit daughter off at the home of The persons appointed to lead
sc>tooE She is the daughter of trt:Ewtffd, Rater M ]ton Sal.vatore Mrs, TommlevLee DuBose, Mrs. his former wife and her parents .the! church,,in:raising the,funds to
A Frank When and ,the 'late'afr*. : ''.".'1i ", ." ,;; ';I' 'BuetMead'and, .UraTVfcklttwns. : *' 11f'1'bOkH'"ancr'Wa_'', complete'the work are*.Charlescrown
Wilson of Canal Point." Mr. ,and ,Burial was at fort Mayaca cem son sixth grade. Hlaleahwhen'' the 'accident 'hap Chairman, Alma Burr.
Mrs Adams lire with Mr. Wflson etery with WetheriagUm Funeral The enrollment of 'students by pened. His former wife, Mrs. Judy Maude Cross, Dee Manson, Lucille
at the Wilson home north oflCana)$ home in charge of arrangements.The grades on the first day: First, 98; Dermody, who is employed' byTlrnesavei Williams; J. S. Atkins, Cecil1
Point ; Elks conducted the graveside second, 76; third 90;' fourth 81; Stores ass bookkeeper, Clark, .Earl' Bracewell, M. D. Gel-
m service with Mr. Salvatore also in fifth. 81; and sixth, 88. The total live with her parents,''Mr. and Ger, and Walter McCarty.ach .
charge there. Pan bearers were: I enrollment, -expected'increase Mr WUlard Shaclcford in Paho $ of the committees have
Marshall Lair Is Tony Youngblood, Johnny Thomas later this fall u families arrive kee. He had returned the daughter I already begun their work and it Is.
Paul Rardin, ,Porch Holmaa. from the North to spend the summer to the Pahokee home after she fad hoped that torn construction can
New Pahokee Clerk Charles g. Willis and Thadd Whld- I in this area. spent a week visiting him. be begun in the next 60 to 90 days.

The church will advised of progress
den.Mr.. Cross had enjoyed 'a ,good and many decisions will be
Marshall Lair, former banker breakfast Saturday morning and Auxiliary Work Session .HospitalAsPlansAreMadeForOpening' brought before the church in the

and merchant in Pahokee, took had decided to go withAMrsl Cross ensuing period.
over as city clerk in Pahokee Wed- for a abort ride in the car, He -a a ..
nesday morning succeeding Mrs. determined that be'lhou1d shave
Patricia Mackey who resigned before making the trip. Lately he 140 Enroll Canal
after serving as clerk for DIM I had been using.a wheel chair,, so The Everglades Memorial Hospital ''Alice Spooner was named chair-
years. The city council appointedMr. I she wheeled him into the bathFoornso Auxiliary held its first meet. man, and Mrs. Eula Tillis; Mrs.
Lair to fill the unexpired term he could:shave. Then she big of the fall season in the new Louise Stanley, Mrs. Kathryn Rar- Point Fall 'Term
of Mrs Mackey which will run went about her morning' chorea hospital building on South Bar- din and Mrs. Ruby Tucker mem-
UQ the election next May. Shortly she heard a thud and he field Tuesday morning, with President bers, on a nominating' committeeto
Mrs. Mackey and her husband, had fallen from the chair to the Grace Maxson presiding, to recommend a new slats of of. An enrollment 140 studentsat
,Robert C. Mackey win move to .floor-victim of the heart attack. discuss and proceed with work fleets and report. at the next meeting the Canal Point School; slightlyless
I Immokalee where they will build a Mr. Cross came to the Glades plans for the coming' year. than last year's registrationat
to" home and both be connected With 55 years ago He )headed the W. A. Mrs. Bonnie Miller, sewing Mrs. Hilda Jensen, the hospital'ssuperintendent the same date was reportedby
to! f' Johnson Brothers Produce Company Cross Farms and.his son, W. A. chairman, reported 12 bolts of material of nun""'!,. asked Principal W. W.White on Tues
c ," in Immokalee.'Mr. JrH:was associated with him. He Is have been! used by auxiliary that one of the auxiliary's l ink day,the second' day of school. The
ri.. t Lair has had wide and varied survived by:hid wi is i. Kate;'one members in making hospital, pajamas lady workers be on duty each' enrollment by.grades: First '29;. 'r
4 :experience in business in Pa- soar..W... A.. Jr., of Pahokee;' one gowns, 'service linen and Tuesday and Thuraday'1rom .. second: 2 .4 "" hokee, &l one time being connected daughter Mrs Vivian McKtnstry, patching similar!'Jtems 'that had ins to 12 noon to assist with moving fifth 25; and sixth,'19.
a with the Bank of.Pahokee, anoth- of" Pahokee; a brother Francis become torn or ,otherwise dam patients to and from.the x-ray ''This' enrollment" .is expected. to
\ "i er time he owned'and operated the Cross,. of Canal Point; six grandchildren aged. .- room. :Mrs. Ruth Dobrow volunteered increase sharply In the next few

i Western Auto Store and had at Ice ; and one greatgrand Mrs. Cornelia Chase, drapes pro- to do this work on Tuesday weeks as families from the North
with :Mrs. Margaret Fanjul with school-age children arrive tospend
cream place before selling cut .nd child. ject chairman, reported 63 pairs of ,
. going with Boe's as bookkeeper. to serve as substitute in case Mrs. the season here. Mrs. Anna f
drapes for the windows of the new
" His banking-experience,and bookkeeping Pahokee Students hospital building have been completed Dobrow is Unable to be present. Louise Norman of Pahokee, the
' experience at Boe's will Serving. volunteers for the school's newest teacher who Joined:
and were ready to be hungat
, come in handy as he takes on hbnew Enroll At Fla. State the close of the meeting. Thursday x-ray patients will be the faculty this l past week will
: duties as clerk. Mrs. Eloise Unwin and Mrs. Alice teach combination ov/rflow classes
, Mr. Lair's many ,friends in Pa- Fred Blakey, who has been Mrs., Ona Faye Ursry, ways an 1 Ramey, substitute.Mrs. where her teaching work is most
vacation with means chairman who reported :n Margaret Fanjul, corresponding needed, according to Principal
g hokee, who' know of his eminentqualifications spending a summer that
the fund-raising drive, said
for the new Job, winwish parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Blak secretary, announced the White.
him success in his new post. ey, in Pahokee, returned: Mondayto the'vending machines will be at Installed the new I I annual one-day Conference of the .
" hospital building Association of FlorIda -
Commenting upon the clerk's Tallahassee where he will con. South District TilE
Job,Mr. Lair said: 1 will do everything tine work on his PHD Degree in and, maintained by the companies Hospital Auxiliaries will be
owning the machines.It Mr, and Mrs J. F. McLure of
humanly possible to make a History at Florida State University held at the Sheraton Hotel at Ft.'
, complete success of the operation and the same Barre serve as was pointed out at the meeting Lauderdale Beach on Thursday Lake Placid were business visitors
It of the clerk's office: Our service : an instructor in history as an assistant that aU auxiliary personnel Sept. 23, starting at 9 a. m. Mrs. in Canal Point Tuesday.afternoon.
\ : shall'be marked by courteous and to one of the history professors working within the hospital building liaison urged as m&Dllocal mem- Leaving here they went to South
t efficient treatment of an who have. at FSU during the coming must wear standard uniforms bers as possible to attend this Bay to attend more business. The
MM business si the clerk's office." trimester. He was accompanied by approved by the auxiliary, sn.1 any meeting. Deadline for reservationsIs McLures operate a fruit stand on
;/ .JIll. if" Miss Vicki Alley who is enrolling member who does not have an approved I MondaY. Sept. 13 and those US27 Just out of Lake Placid Fla.

; Mr and Mrs. D. W Goodman as a Junior at,FSU.Mr. uniform may order one planning to attend are asked to Mr. debut, opened the Western
fr and SOB, Tony, of Zellwood, nor through Mrsn Kay. Slmonds, pinafore turn in the reservation fee of '3.85 Auto Store lo Pahokee many yean
V-L ida were the guests of Mr.* and .,and Mrs. Thomas,Bailey and chairman. ...:--, to Mrs. Maxson president; before ago,and operated it for several
'r 3'mf Mrs. James O. Goodman Saturday. family were recent guests of relUves The group voted to end the aox Sept.,13. years before selling out And maylag -
and Sunday. a .i*.Kyttacky!: and: ..... Ciarys fiscal year la October, Mrs.. (Continued: oa'Via' f) to Lake placid.

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.. ,I. Mfoflsepyation:( .

The two,largest pumping stations :

il. Florida in the Flood Central Control and Southern District, i ALLEN SHOE REPAIR

went into action :Monday to, transfer '113 Bacom Point Road. Pahokee :
excss: water from Lake Okee
chobee to Conservation Areas In,

The Rardin 'Building In Canal Point Florida the Everglades. --
: Riles S.
Miles FCD Board Chairman -

Tip LAW OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF announced that the action la Barbara e Perry Trio.. Of Speakers:

: being ,taken :AS a result.of, ,a ,sue, Weds L. T. Miller

THE .EVRf ll LA-DE- :NEW-S ., -oeaafulpumping.last-conducted 4a 'Will Appear Before

At that time
Dearly August a Miss Barbara Lee Perry jUI1t
Serving theXakeseechobvee: Farming Rfeglon< /Wlthput 'pumping'stations! were operated Larry'Thomas Miller, :both ol Pa-

Interruption Every Week for 40 Years for 108 hours and succeeded in In Vegetable GroupORLANDO 1
hokeo, were united in marriage
Established March 11,1924 Published Every FridayS transferring 80,000 acre feet of a double-ring ceremony held at the

tl c, ltit19n' Price $2.00 Year In! Advance water from the big Lake to ,the Church of God on Barfield. Highway -
Conservation :Areas. Three outstanding
Saturday, Aug. 28, at. a.-3tt p.
'The Everglade News'Is Entered at the'Post,Office The two stations going into service Vondracek speakers win -appear 'on the 'program
Rev. Paul
In r Canal point,, Florida: as"?Second Class Matter Monday are S5Jl at m., with for the 22nd annual convention
of the Everglades Presby-
Twenty Mile Bend on the West of. the norlda Fruit-&'V getable -
P Rardin Owner Editor Publisher The
terian Church officiating -
Palm Beach Canal and S-8 located church altar was decorated for the Association scheduled, for

,on trhe,';Miami Canal at the event with two tall fan-shaped Sept. 20-24 at Bal Harbour, 'Miami
Palm 'Beach-Broward line. Beach.
P { County
baskets of white gladioli and gladioli
S These facilities were found to be The trio of speakers who! will
v and chrysanthemums, and pot
the two most efficient stations In make appearances at the: Hotel
ted palms.An .
pumping water from Lake Okee : Americana convention site win be
outstanding of nup-
chobee in the previous experiment.At program Dr. Alonzo Baker Professor of
tial selections was played by Mrs.
present the level of water in political science at La Sierra College.
r Joyce Pace who also sang "I Love
c Lake Okeechobee is 13.7 feet above herselfon : Riverside, Calif.; Willis II.
You Truly, accompanying
sea leveL This is -lOot: a foot Edmund. executive consultant for
the piano.
above the official regulation stage. I Goodyear Tire and Rubber: Co.:
Given In marriage by her father,
But the'FCD will only attempt to and Charles M. Hanna, consultant
the bride wore a streetlengthgown
pull the Lake down to a level of to industry on labor-management: :
of taffeta overlaid with
13.5 feet according to Ed Dati.FCD' relations in Chicago.The .
white lace. The fitted bodice was ,
Executive Director. Florida Fruit &
IfyK Vegetable
fashioned with a boat neckline and
I Dall said the Army Corps of Engineers Association is a cooperative organ
the long lace ,sleeves tapered to I
has agreed ,to a minimumof points over the wrists. Her elbow- ization for producers shippers,
13.5 feet In view of present packers and processors of Florida
length veil of French Illusion was,
: ; overall water conditions and regu- agricultural products. A total of
attached to a small tiara, of seed {Ipea.rls
lation schedules which normally some 1,500 members and growersare
and tiny white roses were
start rising In September."The expected to attend the convention : :
featured In her bridal bouquet.
main reason for pumpingat which will continue to make
Mrs. Lawrence E. Wellona Jr.,
this time Is that the Lake has the event the largest of its kiwi
of Am.ricus. Ga., served as ma-
too much water and the Conservation staged: in Florida.Shirleys .
tron of honor, her sister's only
1 .
Areas too little, Dall said. a.
tendant. She wore a pink
t The Army Corps of Engineershas at-I
: fN sheath with matching Jacket Honored
been releasing 1,500 cubic feet
>r 't "s carried a bouquet of white
of water per second from Lake
'and chrysanthemums.Bud .
Okeechobee out the Caloosahat- Sheffield served as !..Ir.filler"a 25th AnniversaryThe
chee River to the Gulf of Mexicoin
) best man. Archie Jones
rec.nt weeks. But the Corps
and Bill Gist Jr., were ushers.
halted the discharges Monday The bride, daughter of Mr. and dining room of the Holiday
when the FCD begin pumping.In .
Inn at Belle Glade
i Mrs. Tommie Brown Perry 2542 was the scene

+ the revtous pumping test 2542 SW 14th, St., Pahokee. at-' ,Friday evening of a silver anniversary :
the District removed about 3-4 of
tended schools la Amerlcus. ,Ga., dinner party honoringand
an Inch.of..ater off the entire
and Pahokee. pleasantly surprising Mr. and

'. surface of Lake Okeechobee from The bridegroom Is the son of Mr.: Mrs. L. L. Shirley of Pahokee on
>;{\ ,/ / August 2 through August 6. The 'their 25th
wedding anniversary.
and Mrs. Thomas L.; Miller 166 W.
"< .< ,. .t job cost 55 cents
.' ; approximately
{> Hosts
their children
( 2nd St., Pahokee. He Is a graduateof were Mr.
j per acre foot. Pahokee High School and is and Mrs. Jimmy Shirley Paho

'MR. AND :MRS. JAMES B. ,CHAPLIN AI.I presently employed by Richardson kee, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shirley of

The Tractor Company SR 715, southof Fort Mead and Mr. and Mrs. Richard :
JFirst Baptist Church In Pahokee was the"scene of the candlelight I Bud IRemains'Head
wedding of Miss Yvonne: Truett Thompson, daithter of Mr. and Pahokee. Thierry of Sarasota. Gifts.*-

Airs. Joseph E. Thompson; and James Bailey Chaplin, son of Mr.and Mrs. Perry chose for her daughter's celved by tha honorees 'from the

"'Mr. .. Charles F. Chaplin Miami, Saturday evening, August 21. The Baptist College] wedding a beige lace sheath children included a'silver tray 'a.

edding was performed by Rev. Guthrie Colvard of the FlrstDaptit with matching accessories, and silver platter and a silver gravy

Church of Pahokee. __ _, 0 Mrs. Miller, 'mother'of the bridegroom boat. The dessert course Included
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were a raspberry linen a beautifully decorated

-- Sheath with matching hat and anniversary cake.
Local Garden flubNaffiF6s Adult EducationClasses .. .
( 1TiJ4'O.. (tumid) 0)}I ittrisoii, it., white eSi orit.' The corsages of

named Comptroller of the stateof both were of .white carnations. Deerf ield, Beach For
Also -present at the wadding ,
Planned Florida on August 25,,will con- were Labor,'Day'Weekend
the grandmothers
tinue as chairman of the Baptist two (If the bridegroom -
Mrs. 'J. R.'MfU r, Sr., and -
For 1OO5.ijff\ College fund-raising campaign.In
Registration for adult evening making the .announcement, Mrs. B, R. Rushing both of Pa Several Pahokee couples and

credit classes may,be made in the Dr. Jess Moody, chairman of ,the hokee. their children ,are, ,planning to

'The 1965-66 'Ytrar"oofc for the evening at Pahokee High School on I, committee to raise 1500.000 for The reception following' the spend lion a Labor Pay weekendvaca
at Deerf
Garden clu September 6 and 7 from '6:30 to the the new college in Palm Beach ceremony was held on the'church Ield Beach.
.'Canal Point. 1aw'juat. : Gardens Dickinson lawn. The table, laid with a lovelywhite Included In the group are Dr.
said "has -
been Issued by ,officials of the 9:30 p. m. according to Paul L.Phillips an outstanding service performed to hand embroidered cutwork and Mrs. Richard C.' Lane Dr. and

'Organization. The Attractive cover ', -Director' of Adult Education. the community In leading the campaign cloth, was skirted with white organdy Mrs. Richard K. Ames, Mr. and

'$ the I book "is 1'a TilbU !us, HAml ,, 'past the 1500,000 mark. with arrangements of baby Mrs. Milton, Salvatore, Mr. and

:jointed> by Mrs.I''Leo P. )iebert. 'Brook*) enderaonw 1be, present '"He has demonstrated outstanding breath tiny white r white.hl-- Mrs. Robert McIntosh Mr. and

'The to advtse'students and to make business leadership in organizing Discus ,and fern' encircling thepunchbowls. Mrs. Frank Gilds, Mr. and Mrs.
book audits paanypige! ahotd: Oscar Dobrow Mr. and Mrs.
: course' ele tion.. Classes will start and leading the campaign Leon
:'the several phases of werk to bel' September 7 and wilt include major which we, of the College Committee Miss. Donna Lee Collier, presided ard Dobrow and Mr. and Mn><.

Carried 'rout by. the group "during< academic offerings 'to count to- knoW'w1l1 be put to good use at the bride's book. Miss' AledaShackford. Melvin Spooner and families.APPRECIATION -

"the year. i ward a high school diploma. as comptroller. We salute his appointment Miss 'Elizabeth Gist .a.

The local club( is% 'member ''o 4 In view of the trend to require a by Governor Burns" and Miss Janice Sullivan assisted

'District 10 Florida Federation of high school diploma for employment Tho new comptroller said he ap- with the serving of_ the guests at Thanks a million to my many

'Garden Clubs, Inc. and the Council or promotion, the many resi- preciates the faith entrusted him the table. Others. assisting were friends for your prayers cards and

'of State Garden ClubsInc.Three dents of Palm Beach County who by the College Committee. "We Mrs. Richard F. Hurt paid firs. J. visits while I was a patient In

projects are Listed In the do not have a diploma are urgedto will continue until we get the Job K. Bethea with ,Mrs. James Jj:. Lakeland General Hospital.

''hew' book for the year.They are a< enroll at an early date. Classed done" he said. "The new collegeIs Rodgers Jr.and Mrs. }.. 'Eugene: MRS. BERTIE MAXSON

follows: To beautify Canal Point, are held throughout the county far too Important to leave un Sullivan in charge of inviting

:to assist the Lions Club In ,civic guests to the reception.
usuallly from 7:00 to 10:00 p. m. finished. I am confident that we

affairs and also to assist the Lions will raise the $1,500,000." Among the out-of-town guests NOTICE NOTICE

club in landscaping the roadsidt Dr. Moody, In commenting about were Mrs. J. L. Perry'and Mr. and is the Is hereby given that it

park. the success of the campaign said. Mrs. Lawrence E. Wellons Jr.. and to Intentlon'of the undersigned

Officers bf the club l for 1965-66 Harvest Queen To "To my knowledge the $500,000 daughter, Julia all of Americus, under engage in business enterprise

are: Mrs. Floyd Erlckson presl'dent Attend StetsonMiss represents one of the largest, if Ga.; Mr. and :Mrs.. Walter Large GLADES the fictitious name of

: Mrs. Leo. P. Hebert Vice not the largest funds raised in the and children Phil and Jennifer, 3511 TRUCK STOP locatedat

president; Mrs. A.H.. Scruggs, Faye Harris. 1065 Glades history of Palm Beach County." and Vernon Miller, Ocala; Mrs.. East Main Street Pahoe -

'becreUry and Mrs. M. C. 'Carter Harvest Queen and Pahokee High The Florida Baptist Convention Betty Stuart Indlantown: Mr. and Business, ,Florida. The nature of said

'treasurer.jj School graduate has,enrolled as a is already committeed to contributIng Mrs. Johnny RaIneri. Fort Myers.Following and to be a Service Station
and the wedding trip to Restaurant and we intend to
$1,100,000 for dormitories
; freshman at Stetson University
\1 .
Georgia Mr. and Mrs. Miller will name with the Clerkof
DeLand. Her parents :Mr. and Mrs. first year's operating expel sea. the Circuit

jj ; JWEN_WOMEN NOT' SATISFIED Wendell Harris, and sister Shirley The $1,500,000 will go toward cap be at their home in one of the County, ;Florida Court of Palm Beach
pursuant to S -
ital Stuart cottages on Lake Shore cU
With present sod security train motored to DeLand last week- expenses. 6M.09.
toe Civil> 'Farinformation1 end to,takei'aye'to: the university. .1. .. Drive in.Canal' Point after. Sept. 4. JJ DATED this Florida Statutes.
On -UteriM. quaUtlea- .. 23 day of August.
, lions, pet''
Dam.. phone to American Service, guests of Mrs. Harris's brotherinlaw of Hialeah accompanied her parents Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. ,Kepp GLEN O. HATFIELD

I P. O. Box 10702 Tampa.8 pt.Fta 3.33009 10. ch and sister, Mr. and Mrs John on a recent vacation rpent at spent Saturday at Wauchula visiting -01 I KYLE E. HATFIELD

Strickland at Lady Lake. Sarasota Beach. his mother Mrs. Lttha Kepp. Pub.: Aug. 27,Sept. 3. 10, 17, 1Page ,


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$25.00 fourteen months faster than the old rate.intewst accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide
Your saving 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
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saving say, achild's
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: education, buy E Bonds.
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six months.With both:B and H Bonds the'new.rate
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I:When did the new rate become effective? (cost $75.00). $200 (cost $150.00)), $500
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your A* You can't lose. Every Bond purchased is recorded s
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On Sunday September 12. from Visitors will be free to browse ceremony was held eni j February 6.
2:00 to 6:00 p. m. citizens of the through the entire hospital asking under the anspfces cf:then Masonic.
I Glades questions they may. halve and. Lodge, Grand Lodge of FluridxAt
PERSONAL NEWS JJS' area will have a chance to any
build- the time of the
Inspect their new hospital In Pa- inspecting every facet of the : cornerstone
hokee. Open house will be 'held Ing and equipment laying the building was estimatedto
___ during those hours, and all citizensare Hospital personnel,will be: lo>- be 60% complete. From that
; Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Harrell and TWO ENTER' SOUTHERN Invited to come out and visit. cated at all pieces of equipment: time until July 12:,. 1963;tine build! ::*
Two the and strategic spots to answer any ing was completed and on the latter
son; Marc spent the weekend Pahokee High School 1963 new,; Everglades Memorial Hos-
sightseeing in the Silver Springs graduates from Canal Point pital. questions asked or to explain any- date Inspection was mad'i by
'I thing the visitors may want ex- Federal and State authorities
Ricky Parker and Sharon Johnson Located on Barfield Highway In
area.Mrs.. H. J. Anderson is a patient -enrolled as freshmen at Florid Pahokee, the new hospital is now plained. The: entire procedure will The building was accepted tay\
I this week at Doctors Hospital Southern College last weekend. complete in every detail txcept bi completely Informal. Refresh- approved by these authorities,
5000 University Ave., Coral Ga- Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. for installation of the incinerator. ments will be served in the dining. pending completion of the sewer
bles. She was stricken suddenly Parker and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. When it is installed, which shouldbe room during the time of the open connection, the incinerator and a
111 Sunday while she and her husband Johnson, motored to Lakeland to within the next few days, the house., few'minor Items. Now these! have
were visiting her,sister, Mrs. get them started at FSC. hospital is ready to begin patient The open house and the openingof all been completed in accordance
th3 is the culmination with Federal and State
Daphney Reynolds In Miami. I service. The hookup with the new new hospital specifications
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Davis of FORMER HOSPITAL HEAD sewer system is ,complete and of more than two years *\>rk except the Installation of the
I Delray Beach spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs.. W. D. Reid, Jr.. while there Is no definite date set on thj part of many people. The incinerator which win be com
: In Pahokee, guests of cousins, Mr, had as recent 'guests her brother, yet for moving Into the new facility original ground-work was laid oy pleted within a ''few days.It .
and Mr. C., R. Wetherington, and and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. it will be In the vary near fu committees and members of tiie is expected that by the time of
family. L. Kledzik and son, Skip, of Green board which led up to a referendum the open house everything will be
Mrs. R. J. Schroder returned Cove Springs, and sister Miss Ann ture.At the open house there will be of freeholders on the bond issue complete and the hospital can
home Saturday after being ill for Reid, of Beaufort S. C., Mr. Kled sufficient personnel from the hos- which was held on May 2 3, move soon there after from the oil
R ,several days at Everglades Me- zik several years ago was administrator pital board, the medical staff, 1963. site on East Main to the new build
morial Hospital. of the Everglades 'Memorial technicians, and members of the An unprecedented majority of ing. In less than two and on -hal*
John Dragon is confined to his Hospital. hospital auxiliary to answer any 728-17 voted for the bond issue to years from the time the freehold.
home in Pahokee this week with questions visitors may have and to build the new hospital. With this ers gave the "go" signal by approving .
illness. HOME FROM EUROPE explain the operation of the new mandate from the people of the the,$800,000 bond issue
Robert A.: Nance accompaniedby Miss Jann Plumer, who returned equipment. Much of the equipmentis district the board ordered full the new hospital will be accepting
James E. Caldwell, Jr., of Belle home the first of last week after new to the area and all of it Is steam ahead in the building of the patients and treating them In its
Glade was a visitor in Tallahasjje spending the summer with approx- the most modern available. The new hospital, A new and larger completely modern facility
last weekend.Mr. imately 100 other Florida college hospital board and staff take a site was selected on Barfield High- .
and Mrs. A. T. Holt and students in Europe, left Saturdayto great deal of pride In being able to way, and actual construction was Don Griffith new headmaster of
Miss Teryl Echols have returned enroll for her junior year lit present to the public this modern started on April 6, 1964. the Pahokee Day School and his
from a three-week vacation spent Stetson University, DeLand. ; hospital facility.No By February 6, 1965 the build- family are residing at 275 CypressAve.
visiting In Decatur, Ala., and ,- ceremony Is planned for the ing had progressed to the point ., Pahokee, in the house form
Thomasville, Ga., and touring the DAVE YOUNG ILLD. open ,h'ouse. There will be no where it was ready for the formal erly occupied by Kenneth Moringand
mountains of North Carolina. speeches and no tiresome This\
W. Young is reported to be program. laying of the cornerstone. family."Let's .
Mr. and Mrs. J..V. Thomas have
as a house guest a nephew, Steve seriously ill at. Good Samaritan _n_ _____
Cary of Marianna, who has en- Hospital, West Palm Beach. Ar-
rolled as a student at Florida At- riving this week to visit her father ,
Raton. was Mrs. R. S. Bowe of New
lantic University, Boca
Orleans, La. Recent visitors were
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Mrs. Leonard laxson now
her home in Canal Point following his brother-in-law George Heath, 3I L1
recent surgery at the Lakeland and brother, Bryan Young of Hast- :

General Hospital. ings. ) ,,"' }<
Jamie Gibson has returned from _
I ''vct4n
West Palm Beach, where she bpent TOUR THE MOUNTAINS (
several days visiting Mr. ani Mrs. Mr. and Mr J. H. Bordeaux, en- ,
Arnold Barad. route home from a two-week visit .
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sims Jr., and with son and daughter-in-law, Mr. r -i r
... children Bussy Sue Lynn and ?
and Mrs. Dick Bordeaux, and famIly -
David, of Norfolk,'Va., were guesta at Norfolk, Va., toured the t J 6 J
: here of Mr. and Mrs.' Dow Geiger Great Smoky Mountains via Gat-

On Monday. linburg, Tenn.
i Mr. and Mrs. R.,, T. Smith left
} Wednesday for a visit with his '
mother, Mrs. Lula Smith, and his VISIT LONG ISLANDMr. '\ .. { : _
brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Carl Kolstad have
I Sidney Smith, In Tlfton, Georgia.Mrs. returned from a month's vacation,
Henry Wilson of Abbeville, during which they visited the Vincent -
Georgia, visited her sister and Balcuns family at Montauk, = F
brother-in-law and family, Mr. and Long Island spent a week in Uu 2e
Mrs: J. O. Goodman. Cap Cod area of Massachusetts at
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith of Ma- Province town, attended the New
con, Georgia, were the recent York World's Fair and visited
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J, O. Good- cousins in Jacksonville.

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Bill Goodman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. O. Goodman, celebrated his 1

eighth birthday ''with a: wiener .ClassifiedAds
roast and swimming party at the
lake Saturday. August 28. His -
neighborhood friends were all Invited POSITIVELY want ads 01
as guests.Mr. classifieds, as' you wish to call
and Mrs. J. T. Platt have them, are payable in advance from
had as their guests for the past 10 his day forwards Don't phone 'em.
days:his mother Mrs. Settle Plattof Write It and dr pp a dollar bill in ___ & '
! Perry Florida. the envelop if you want it run :
once. |2 If you want it run twice T

Shower Planned For and so on.tVIJA'rS .'J.w h : .,

Linda L. Hull IN THE ATTIC that you
I Mrs. don't need? A $1.00 classified adD
this column will
:. A,miscellaneous shower will be probably find
given'September 11 between three you a sale. Just write your,ad, en- .
tlost a doUjr: hd wall.da the rest. \ +,
five o'clock for Mrs. Linda
r and Hull at the home of, ",,verglmss News canaiPoin, > ask theStandard :
t Livingston &r : '\ 'I,. ': ; _
:.. :Mrs.- R. Harrington in Canal .
Point Hostesses will be Mrs. D. B; FOR SALE: New and Used WUl,. I'l.- : ', %. "
Kepp?'Mrs. O. H. Sheppard Mrs. Jeeps. Walter Ashley Garage ." '. > '
Pope Sears Mrs. B. T. Vorhees. in Belle Glade, Phone 6-3058. I AlanYou .
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\\1"l'\1i,7\'I J'YlI,7'\1I1l\lIl Uit7\'I!lIrN SEPTIC TANK .Service available want advice on a gear lubricant. Or a hurry-up ', ; '! ;:;
by calling me. We do excellent delivery of ; ,; .

work. Bob Durrance Phone a battery or tractor tire. Whatever your need in farm fuels 11 1-

PRINCE THEATRE 924-5268. Sept. 17 pd. and lubricants, it's good to know you can turn to I M r. :, .",

FOR LEASE: 480 acres of land the Standard Man. For trust his deliveries
you as much /
PAHOKEE, FLA. almost ready to farm. Short as ,
----- term or long term lease. Phone his products. And you value his technical advice as much : ,,.;. r

after 7:00 p. m. 924-7334 or 924. as you appreciate his interest as a friendly neighbor. .. ; w .

SEPTEMBER 5-6-7 For unmatched service, call the Standard .'
FOR BEAUTIFUL wedding photographs ; "-
"THE YELLOWROLLSROYCE" call or write: Jim Aliff Oil Distributor-a local man who knows _I.<..t

Photographer, 9442 Bloomfield your needs and can serve them .
Drive Lake Park. Florida. No ex- ,, '
tra charge for mileage. Telephone ,1
INGRID BERGMAN AND 848-3345. Sept 24 pd. We take better care of your equipment ,

BIIIRLEY MocLAINE NOTICE, James T. Smith will ,
.: not be responsible for any debts M. I. KEEN Agent .
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I' made by Doris Marie Smith from .
'k, I the date. of August 30, 1965.: ,;. # .,* ,.
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.:. \ Free men have never gone in much for silence. own family's future, you're helping Uncle

: ''. i; I. Even before the first thirteen, Statea became.Sam. tend to.the business of keeping men free
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'. loud and clear. Perhaps you don't speak out tor freedom In \?

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many ways-in local government M Patrick Henry did in.,His famous. speech. v ':.. ,,:' "
in neighborhood ac vitbs. Some speak out'for Butyou speak,every lit as surely And'everybit .. ;' '". :.. )_

freedom in oth languages- in other lands. ',as proudly.: .' ,.< | tf I .'d'-.'4'...*. ,.,I...*"*'! / TJIV 'I

: ,.1'} And mfflicma of Americans speak out for:freedom -* :Why not speak out for freedom now! Buy .

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( Wiz' Every Savings Bond'you Flan where you work. 'l
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St. Peter's Lutheran First BaptisJL Canal+Point : : -

Church, Belle 'Glade' Church, Paho Y( ee Baptist>> Church

August Koerber Pastor Guthrie W, Colvard, Pastor. Lawrence Stewart, Pastor. ,
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade SUNDAY I SUNDAY: -: IS NOW :-
9:45 a. m-Sunday School
SUNDAY \ School
: 9:45 a. m. j Sunday
Divine Services 11 A. 11 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship. 11:00 a. m.-:Morning Worship
School 9:45: A.: M. I 6:30 p. m.-Training Union 6:30 p. m.-Training Union '
.T f 7:45 p. m. -Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship OPEN 24 HOURS

Baptist 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting:
7:30 p. m. Prayer Service DAILY
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Church, Canal Point .

The Methodist Church St. Mary's Catholic
Rev. James Harrison

SUNDAY 9:45 a.: m.-Sunday School Canal Point, Florida ChurchFather SERVING THE VERY BEST OF FOOD

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Edward F. Norton, Pastor Francis Fennech, Pastor
6:30 p. m.-B. T.. C. i SUNDAY: Sunday,Mass 11:30: a. m. : -PLEASE JDROP BY AND SEE US.

7:30 p. m.-Evening!: Worship 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Confessions before MassChurchOfChrist i .
WEDNESDAY: 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship. I .
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7:30 p. m.-MIdweek Prayer 6:45: p. m.-Evening Worship.
Service. TUESDAY. : J
8:00: p. m.-Woman's. Society 125 N. W. Avenue D GLEN; KYLE HATFIELD Prop.
j Holy Nativity 1st Tuesday.WEDNESDAY > Phone WY 6-3867 ,
: \ Belle Glade Fla.
} Episcopal Church 7:30:: p. m.-Prayer. Meeting SUNDAYSERVICES CANAL POINT FLA. '
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:PahokeeRev. 10:00 a. m.-Bible Study
Stewardship Group 11:00 a.m.-:Mornlng Worship
William Pickels, Vicir, 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship
SUNDAY In Tuesday Meeting, WEDNESDAY I ,
8:00: A. M.-Holy Communion -, 7:30 p. m.-Bible Study -
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A. committees: of the Woman's':Missionary Church To Be SceneOf Rainbow Girls Will Junior College Has
First Methodist Union of Canal Point Baptist .
Hold Fall Session Record AttendanceWith
Church Pahokee Church met Tuesday after- Society Meeting
noon in the home of Mrs. Edythe
Smith, W, M. U. President, to pre- The September meeting of the Pahokee Assembly No. 16, Or- regular registration endeda
John A. Briley, Pastor pare for the coming State Missions I Pahokee Methodist Woman's Society der of Rainbow for Girls, will con- total of 4,500 students started
SUNDAY: emphasis to be held In the of Christian Service will be duct its first regular meeting of fall semester work Friday and
... 9:45: a. m.-church School local church on September 21st. I held In chapel of the First Metho- the fall season in the :Masonic Monday at Palm Beach Junior Col
,11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship An announcement made indicatesthe dist Church at 8 p. m. Tuesday, Temple Monday, Sept. 6, at 7:30p. lege.The
7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship coming of Miss Ruth Baywell Sept. 7, one day later than is cus- m., with :Miss Ann Peacock, 4,500 figure includes 3,000
.. of the State W. M. U. office to tomary because the regular scheduled worthy advisor, to preside. An day students and 1,500 in the evenIng
election of new officers will be held division.It compares with 3,600
speak at the mission emphasis.Also date, the first Monday of the
Church Of God, attendinlg and speaking to month falls on Labor Day, a na at this meeting.1 last year, a gain of 25: per cent in

Barfield Highway the church will be Mrs. Irene Dan tional holiday. Mrs.: J. L. Reeves, one year.
ncr of Palm Lake Association W. president,will preside at the business Kindergarten Open Day students began work Friday

:Pahokee, Fla. M. U. Another guest is also anticipated session; also at the meeting For The 19th YearMrs. and first night classes beganon
and further announcementwill of the WSCS executive committeein Monday.
., A. I*. Stone, Minister .
f Phone 921-7363 be forthcoming soon. the Victory Class room at 7:30
SUNDAY: Each speaker will present de- p. m. immediately preceding the Arch Blakey opened her I Mrs. Kemp Opens
: School tailed materials on the areas of regular meeting.Harringtons. private kindergarten at 244 An-
0:45: a. m.-Sunday
11:00'a.. m.-Morning Worship study, seeking to,enable the,members LI. nona Avenue for the 1965-66 school. Her KindergartenThe
Ser to understand and feel a partof year on Monday with and enrollment -
7:30 Evangelistic Attends
p. this work. Those attending the I of 32-five-year-old children Happy Hour Kindergartenwas

: viceTUESDAY: meeting were the hostess, Mrs. l Nephew's e'JdingI ( and a few part-time fouryearolds. opened at 137 Banyan Avenueon
7:30 m.-Youth for Christ Smith, Mrs. Paul Rardln Mrs. J. Of the 32 five-year-olds, 14 Monday for the 1965-66 school
*t* p.Service D. Latham, Mrs. Walter Cross and I I Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Harrington attended Mrs. Blakey kindergarten year by Mrs. W. H. Kemp, withan .
.. the pastor. and family attended the wedding r last year as part-time four- enrollment of 15 pupils.
... of their nephew, ,Thomas Lee Fol- year-olds. Mrs. Kemp has had 12 and a
The Church Of God Kirk I Elarbee Has som, Jr., of Monticello and Miss: This U the beginning of the 19th half years of experience of kindergarten
PahokeeRev. Jean Knowle of Perry at the consecutive year Mrs., Blakey has teachinlg, although she haa
Of Prophecy, A Birthday PartyMrs. Baptist Church in Perry last weekend i operated her kindergarten in Pa- not been active in this work for
4, ,S. N. Allen and were guests of Mrs. Har-I hokee. Mrs. Doris Maxwell serving the past several years. Classroom
,1, 2500 E. Main St. : Harry' Brooks Elarbee en- rington's brother and sister-in-law, I again this year as her assistant sessions are from 8.30: to 11 a. m.,
Pahokee tertained Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Folsom at Classroom sessions are from dally :Mondays through Fridays.
with a party celebrating
.!' Madison. Enroute back to Paho 8:30 to 11 a. m., dally, Mondays .
: her son, Kirk's fourth birthday
> ; 10: a. m.-Sunday School kee their daughter, Miss Janette through Fridays. j HOME FROM COCOA)
Wednesday from 2 to 4 p. m. There
11:00 a. m.-Prea.chlng Service Harrington stopped at Orlando, y.a Jon Mock returned Sunday froma
were twelve little guests invited to
,' 7:30 p. Evangelistic., ....', play with Kirk Birthday cake where she will, be engaged' in a Mr and I Mr*. R. J. Maxson of visit with his brother-in-law and
Service"' centered;with Davy Crockett and teaching internship at the Oak Canal Point.and Mr, and"Mrs. Earl sister, Mr. and Mrs. David W.
8:00: p. m.'Tuesday-W.M.B. Ridge Junior-Senior High School Scoggin of Pahokee had as recent Ramey, at Cocoa. His parents, Mr.
his Indiana and candles, ice cream,
; 8:00: p. m. Thursday-V.LU. lollipops and bubble were until December, when she is scheduled guests brother and sister-in-law, and Mrs. Rupert Mock, motoredto
music,Everyone welcome.. Special served to'the guests. to receive a BS degree from Mr. and Mrs. Roy Scoggin of Cocoa Saturday to bring him
and einging.le Florida State University. Nashville, Tenn. home.
::Mrs. Elarbee was assisted by
Mrs.-R: futon, Mrs.. Hugh
Glades Baptist Church Branch, Mrs. Albert Gamot, Mrs i
..... '- Frank Rosenberg,Mra: Dick Korb-
(Rev. Jonathan I* Wolf) ly, Mrs. R. T. Smith and Mrs Paul
Meets in Pahokee Lions Club Rardln..T..v.vw..
Building B,... *
SUNDAY SCHOOL-*::45 a. m.
'PREACHING-11:00 a. m. and .OutdpAr,>'axty.An. 1t.tNf' Thinking QfBUijd ngJTIIEN

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.I/ |WEP.' PRAYER-7:30 p. m oi, th e, .intermediate! s "YOU'LL' WANT- TO) SEE, US!1- ,<
.: .la BTU group or\ the Pahokee First
South SidelChurch Baptist; Church enjoyed an out "'
ham at ; t thm5 urger,try :'
Of Christ the home of Beverly'WlUdJtson and If your. slimmer vacation is overvandyou:are ng of

hef i parent*, Mr. ,andiMriVrJ.,H, 1
Belle Glade across from 'Wilkinson,'Jr., at 1049 Eaa Main. I building new home; -you'll'come and see Everglade -

Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 St., Friday evening. TheCcnlWfen .
'10.00 a. m.-Bible Study were joined during the social hour : Federal;in,:Belle'. Glade or at our'branch. office in '
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship by their,leader,Mrs,C... E+ W qf8f.1 ., ..

: 7:30 8SO'p.p. m.m.-Wed.Evening,Bible Service SfcidjjjBIRTHS ,I ...... -_ Pahokee._; ; ind the friendly} .folks,in either place

Mrs and FJ01I.JiI'.Ira.. Jan R. Walters very'helpful when it comes-to making,.plans for a new

r have son-in-law returned and from daughter. a visit Mr.with and home-and the money to build it. Drop by either place.

I Mrs. Bob Reece, in New Haven,
Conn. During, the three weeks they I make-inquiry. You'll be did.FEDERAL.

were gone they toured New,,Eng
I I land and attended the New York
Worlds Fair.NURSING .
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Airman 1-c and Mrs. Wayne Un- pIPLOMAMrs.
win of Valdosta Ga, announce the Ralph Manson recently rj Svgs And Loan Association

birth of twins a boy, Michael calved a Licensed Practical NurIng ACCOUNTS lNsUESD'BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE!: CORP.
"j' Wayne and a girl, Michelle Lynn diploma, together with approx-
at the Air Force Base Hospital imately 30 other applicant, at Pahokee Belle Glade
'! I grajdoatipa, exerclae held in the i' '
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Auxiliary Work. 70: Mrs..Alice Jlamey and Mrs. Maude services and he asked members of two each for afternoons from 1 to the next meeting will be
Cross volunteered to serve on a the auxiliary to'assist at the open s' 4 o'clock and for evenings! tl'OD7. held In the dining room of the new
Continued From Page 1)local committee of three to be In charge house by manning stations and I' to 8:30, completing a work ached: hospital building Sept 28.
A communication clubs stated from that club of this project in the future. I carving as guides, as needed. Mem ule for the coming six months. At the close of the meeting refreshments -
.garden members so deeply involved in J. C. Simonds, Jr., hospital administrator bers are to attend tlw open housein I Both Mr. Simonds and Mrs. Max- of coffee and cookies
are spoke to the group the full auxiliary uniform, ,arriving son expressed their gratitude to were served in the hospital kitchen -
the current landscaping project that briefly of ,the open house for the at 1:30'p. m.,' when they members for the interest they following which those who(
for the new hospital grounds
of hospital building to be held will be given their various assign- have shown in the auxiliary sinceit were able to stay for a work day
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their they would traditional like work of making I Sunday, Sept. 12, from 2 to 6 p. m. ments by Mrs. Alys Okie, memberof ,was organized a year ago and assisted with the hanging of the,
tray favors for hospital patientson I He said several of thehospital' : the hospital board. the splendid work that has been 63 finished drapes for hospital
holidays and other special oc- department heads would be present I Members were urged to register achieved by the group in that windows. -

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