The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
September 3, 1965
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Open House At New Pahokee Hospital

Scheduled Sunday Afternoon At 2 P. M.

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:.Hospital The new will Everglades be :opened Memorial to the Jack Strayer Hurt u omniieiiiia; Don Collier]] Hurt Storm Damage Is

,public'for inspection two o'clock Seriously In Mishap In Fall From Pole

.Sunday Afternoon, september 12. Voters Qualified Light Lake Region
All citizens invited
are cordially
.'the J. H. .(Jack) Strayer managerof Florida Power and Light em- ,
to attend special occasion S. :;.M. Jones & Company's pre''' ployee Don Collller was sent to the
There will be no long: drawn-out cooler.and packing house at Canal'Point Sept. 14 Elect ion Everglades Memorial Hospital in Cane Is Flattened
speeches and no special
,returned home Monday Pahokee Tuesday afternoon following
,mark the Open House. Folks
from the Good Samaritan Hos- ,a fall from a poll while he
are being invited to gx and see pital Where he received surgical 2,602 eligible waters were registered was working :north of the bridgein Betsy and her antics registered:,
first hand what their. tax dollars : and will b9 qualified to talus Collier Inadvertently little damage in the Lake Okee
treatment on his left hand which Canal Point.
hare bought for the Pahokee-Ca- was srvetfly injured Friday when part in the City election In Belle touched a hot wire which chobee Region Tuesday night with,
sal Point community got acddently caught Jn a link CBade to be held Tuesday, Sept knocked him from the pole. Ills the exception of the flattenedcane.
Located on Barfield Highway in j jPahtikee lit chain belt ;at the precooler. His 11. City officials :had hoped that ensuing fall of 22 feet'caused cuts There wa.lItUe Ifany damage
the'.new'hospital is no\r'I wife accompanied him te West the round number of 3,000 voters, and bruises which necessitated his done to homes and business
complete in every detail except would be readied and a concerted houses in the farming area here
Palm Beach and while he was in trip to the hospital.
for installation of the incinerator. effort was made to reach that to on the .big lake.
the hospital she stayed with Reports from the hospital are
When: it Is installed, which should daughter Miss Gloria Strayer who number, but results show that the the effect that :Mr. Collier is recovering A tour from Canal Point to Pa..
be within the next few days, the wishad-for figure was missed by a from his hokee and on to Belle Glade on carerhighway
Is a student at Palm Beach Junior nicely injuries.Paul
hospital ready to ,begin patient College.WilkinsonCooper. few hundred. I Younger and James Brady and a return trip on another -
service. The hookup with the new Council member Bill J. Bailey were working with him at the time highway showed that Betsy
,sewer system is complete and will be opposed in the election by of the accidentEmmett treated this particular section of
,while there is no definite date set Walter Ashley, a former member Palm Beach county gently. Onlyone
yet for moving into the new facility and mayor. El F. Weathers will downed TV antenna was sighted -
it- will- be -in the very near fu- be opposed by David Klcklighter, Roberts from the,car.
ture.At; : Produce Sales IsNewPaclQlg.Fjpn. a Belle Glade barber. Weathersand Sweet corn in moat all stages of
the open house there will be Bailey are incumbents. The growth from peeping through the
sufficient personnel from the hospital Incumbent Aubrey Fanner will Talk To Rotes ground to knee high took a severe_
board the medical staff, be oppasedli)fClydeParriek to UM drubbing from the.,wind but faros w
I technicians and members' of the -----..... forthcoming: voting. boirr6rSion w.lion. experts say that "it will come out" ,
I hospital auxiliary to answer any A packinghouse operated under There will be two voting ma* within the next few weeks with
I questions visitors may have and to new management will be apart chines in use at the voting precinct warm sunshine.
I explain the operation of the new I of the vegetable deal in the at the city fire station adjacentto Emmett s. Roberts, Stats. Sugar cane came in for the
equipment. Much of the equipment Glades this fall when Wilkinson- city halL Hours of election are Representative and dean of the severest beating by the weather
la new to the area and all of it .is Cooper Produce, Int. opens for : from 7 a. m. until 1 p. m. Palm Beach county legislative during the 24 hour period that
the most modern available. The business in the former Marlowe delegation, was the,featured speaker Betsy caused whipping winds in
hospital board and staff take a: Packing House in the Belle Glade at the regular weekly meetingof the area., The can. in many, many
great deal of pride In being' able to terminal area. R. Vandegrift Jr. the Pahokee Rotary club yes fields is flattened, but this too,
present to the public this modern I Heading the new concern Is terday. Past President Paul Rar- will straighten up to a decree
hospital facility. James Harry Wilkinson of Pahokee Named New Head din of the club was In charge of within the next few weeks. However -
Hospital personnel will be located who is president George C. I i the program for the day and Introduced the flattened cane-will make
at an pieces ,of equipmentand I Cooler. Homestead is vice-presi I the visiting- speaker. for severe difficulty In using mechanical
strategic spots to answer any dent.; Charles Wilkinson is the sec Sweet Corn Group Representative Roberts centeredhis harvesters to cut the
questions asked or to explain anything retary-treasurer and sales man- interesting talk around the cane
the victors may want ex ager for the new concern. Ellis happenings of the IMS session of .. .
plained. The entire procedure will Wilkinson and Harold Wilkinson The new chairman of the Sweet the legislature in which he was
be completely ,informaL of Pahokee are also members of Cora Advisory committee is Roy one of the outstanding members Newcomers Take
Refrelb-j Vandrgrift. Jr., as the result of an
ments win be served In the new corporation. with many Important committee
room during the time of the open The Wilkinson young men all election held by the grower members assignmeents. Mr. Roberts pointed On Council Seats
Mr. Vandegrift is vice president
house brothers are well and favorablyknown to apportionment as the
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I I In the Glades where they greatest accomplishment of the
Woodham NamedTo have been engaged in farming and prominent Farms of Pahokee produce and man a longtime of the i legislature which took the controlof City Of South BayTwo
cattle production for several the legislature from the "Pork
years. Harold has been spending Lake Okeechobee Region. Mr. Choppers" and put It In the hands,
Willis and Vandegrift succeeds Lewis Friend, the first newcomers in the field of
Succeed most of his time harvesting of other members for i
farming the Homestead area as Pahokee grower, who held, the position time in many, many years. politics took over two of the council -

has Mr., Cooper of the concern. for two years: ,Mr. Roberts was warmly .received -I I seats In South Bay as the result
3 With Coast LineAtlantic The Marlowe. packing house is Following the advisory: commit by the members and I of Tuesday's annual election.

one of the most modern and uptOedate tee meeting, members of the Sweet I the several visitors who were pies'enl Former PoUce.Chief:Marvin Davis.:
to be found In the Everglades. Corn Exchange .named Robert Following the close'of the and Woody O'Neal were the win
Coast Lin) offialathis section of Palm Beach county. Apelgren, an official of the McClure i meeting many of the club members ners In the balloting,
week announce tte appoint James Harry said that very little Hundley and Apelgren personally congratulated the O'Neal, who ran with Davis on.
of H. A. Woodhcai of the Belle work will have to ,be done before Farms, president of that group.; representative for the splendid job a slate, won over Kenneth Warren
Glade AC& office ss the new successor the pre-cooler and other'machinery Apelgren takes over the post he accomplished In the 1963 session. by a score of 262 to 202. Davis
to C. G. (W.tJdl' Willis, will be ready operation. held by Sam N. Knight Sr., who polled 262 votes to his Incumbent.F.
W. Kelle/s 211. Davis and
down to the vice-presi
who retired on August 31 after stepped

e6 years' of service with that Rev. Smyly To Fill dency.Knight Knight Farms and an the offficial Sam Clewiston To Play the O'Neal council took last their night.regular seats on

Mr. Woodham's official title la Pulpit On SundayRev. of Lakeshore Growers Co-Op. Here Net Friday An unusually high their turnout desiresn of

Commercial Agent with office in ,- Friend will take over the poet I the voters registered 69
with about
Pahokee, according to official an- ., C. J. Smyly of Jacksonville on the Advisory committee that Coach Web Pell of the Pahokee Tuesdays voting
of the 755 registered voters -
nouncement. will fin the pulpit during the was held the past year by Fritz Blue Devils said yesterday that his percent in the election.
The newly appointed Agent It I.a morning service at the Canal Point Stein, Jr., who will once again be participating
team .Is ready for the openinggame The election this year was advanced
native of Pahokee having been' Baptist Church this coming Sun on several committees to be nam
next Friday month from the usual
the season one
born ,there and reared In South day in the absence of the pastor, ed by Vandegrift. of commissioners .
Bay and has been In the Coast Rev. Lawrence Stewart. Rev. Smy Namqd secretary-treasurer of night Sept. IT, when the CleW-I date to permit the new
Line office in Belle Glade for the. ly, a former pastor of the Canal both groups for the second consecutive ton eleven visits Lair Field to participate In budget
put six and one-half years as a. Point Church, is presently servingas year was James D. Colbert hokee for the first battle of the discussions. ..
clerk stenographer. State secretary of the Baptist of the A. Duda and Sons season. On Sept. 24 the Blue Devils
.I, Training Union for the Florida Farms, OvIedo. will travel to Delray Beach for the ATTEND FUNERALMrs.
Florida's Cypress Garden water Baptist Convention. second game of. the season. Judy Dermody- and Mr.
alder Barbara Clack holds the Everglades National ParkL23S.670 and Mrs. Bill Shackford and son,
world's jumping record of,102 feet Florida governor' receives a salary acres of land and waterin Sixty-two of Florida's 218 military Richard, attended the funeral services
-just 18 feet short of the Wright of 129.000 per year. Members southern Florida:' preservesthe and civil airports are paved held for Harry Dermody at
brother's first airplane flight diat.sues. > of his cabinet receive 'lJ, OO per. beauty of the vast Everglades and lighted. This figure I* matched this Van Orsdel Chapel In' Miami

,e& swamp. by only 15 other states. ..Thursday.


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Page Two The Everglades Newn.Canal Point;.Ftarida :Friday September 10. 190*

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Canine Patrol For ia rt !{yer $eacl: BIO DI I.. D iZ.ST.W.KNJGHr"

i in ,li MuseumsSARASStornY Visited Labor Day ---- -r-

ait 85- Among those from this area wjto =
I spent the Labor Pay weekend; at
JlO'lAi p4icg} dOfk to::* ,
Fort Myers Beach were MJB
\ ;; t.h4: S ate of &'1Qri4 '* Mrs. Howard Holman and children )

Rlngljp: Mpfums to; begin his MJv and Mrs.. Levels Friend,"
nightly canine patrol dttUes, aDd Daughter, Mr. and-Mrsu: .W. M; Thurmond Knight:

j The dog will roan the 45 acres Slaijjp'and, family, Mr.: and Mrs.Richard Realty Co.215IAKEVIEW .
ion and
of Museums property dr14g night lyorbly and Mr.
Culberson and faxoUy, BLVDl.
Mrs. Edwin
hours. has trained"tcC
He Attack
and hold been entering the Dr. and Mrs. EL; It,. Long and son P. O. BOX 14207
anyone Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Watkins and

The Rardin Ruilding; In Canal Point, FloridaTHE grounds Stormy uninvited.has had a jlx-months 'family, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy'Miners NORTH-- PALM. -. BEACH,.ETA.
and family, Mr. and. Mrs Murray
LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION.HOME OF training period. in properly PCO-: : I Weeks and family and Reid illerr -
tpctlon{ #t th$ National Police Do .
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing Academy in Moline Kansas. He .. I jTT
was transported bytrailer to Sara HOME FROM GEORGIA
the Lake pkeechobee Farming Region Without "Pta. -
Mrs: : : Stanley has
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Interruption Every Week for 40 Years Museums Director Curtis G. P. ; returned .

Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday Cole stated there had been sev- from a three-week visit with parents
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe eral acts of minor vandalism on I Mr. and Mrs: H. J. Peagler, ACCREDITED FARH14lfD
the grounds during the past few at Lumpkin, Ga., and brotherinlaw LAND ))61LQA
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn months and the dog's presence and sister, Mr. and Mrs. H. S.
Canal Point" :Florida, as Second Class Matter Would serve as a determent against Barrett, and family at College

any future malicious actions. Park.,
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher --- '--"

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Floridians Named Proud To Render- i' ? re. *4Ml 'lsy iYSSYft Ms{ lsyl J arl- .* !*J* 7 sMS yls >syllr!Y : 11 }

Savings Stamp ..

Ag SubcommitteeAUjance I Service To Public : : :

Program() been commended William Smith has H. ?

Neal, National Director of the V. t Phone 9245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade ;$

State Tom Adams has announced, leadership, and service to the ? SALES and SERVICE &
Treasury's School Savings Pro- {
the I t ,
.app Pipti of fline nwyv .
ent :Floridians to the newly organ- gram.In a letter to the Postmaster, i Heating Air Conditioning Appliances .&
ized Agricultural Subcommittee of .
Mr. Neal pointed out that successful ,
the Colombia AUUajnce School Savings program-a. t).>.>.>ot).>t).:..)..).:...:. .>.:..).:..<...:. } ).>.: .:...).: ": "" ">9,9r +

-program.All through which pupils buy U. S. _...... _
nine appointments said Adams -- --- -- ---- _
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Savings Stamps at school on a ; : .
were recommended by Agriculture regular basis -; "requires the )<

Commissioner Doyle Con Joint; cooperation of teachers, parents ,1il ;"1 !' ....
ner.Named and volunteer workers ; \
were: Joe Brown, executive -:' and, above all, good service by 'BETTER ; "
assistant to Conner; C. Ellis the post office and the understanding LIGHT
Clark, vice president First Na. leadership of the Postmaster.." I.j
tional Bank, Miami; Robert a'i School Savings, which operates
Cody, publisher: of Florida Cattleman i in Canal Point school; is a part of !lightensHOMEWORK! '"
Magazine, Kissiramee; SicS-I the nationwide Savings Bonds pro- >
ney L. CrQchet, idee .
gram and, in Mr., Neal's words,
United< States Sugar Corp., Clewii- '"has launched the thrift careersof I -
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ton Dr. T. J. Cunha University I million qf b/iys and girls.1 :-:'. .i
Florida S. John Folks Jr., Florida I ., .
; Them comitfn iit g on the fa ct; .{ lfI" -
Power Corp., St. Petersburg; Henry 'I the bond program will observe its / .: ,t' '" '.. J '.
Gatrell. Fairfleld, Fla.; Louis 25tfc anniversary V1 W *$ }ft*lfJ: ,
Gilbreath, Exchange: Bank ,of St. "Many of those, WhQ6egq.v. with ... lV, -' ,' Ii
,Augustine; and John E.! >PbApps, School Savings,during' World War ......j,..i'i t:' fr ,f -
'Tallahassee. II bqe' 'buyer of Sav- "
"First order of' business of the ings Bond: as parents, are
committee," said Adams "will be anxious for their children too to
to explore ways to develop specific enjoy the benefit of this patriotic
projects for the Florida com- thrift program."
mittee and its Colombian counterpart -
Postmaster Edythe Smith commented '
from amqng the general pro- that "the sale of Savings f,
grams proposed by the Florida Stamps to the public'- and especially ))1
survey team which visited Colombia to our young people throughthe _. ':'!' .. :.;
several 'months ago." School is a ': : ,'
Savings Program)- r; .I
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service to render. I >>
we are: proud ,
St. Pete'sFacility Newest know of no finer way to build for a '\.to'_
better tomorrow than by training '"
Is Branch :
: our youth in the sound American

Univ.OfSQjBthFla. heritage of thrift. f ;' ,
Savings Stamps !In five,denominations \
from 10 cents to 60c, are *- .
ST. PgrTEIJSBtfRfl-,8f.$: L'$esburg's -
newest educational facility on sale at all times at the post of- .l YK
Bay Campus.t a branch of' {the fice, and on Stamp Day in schools.Insurance 'f,: \ 1 : FPr .

University ptgi't fc ,. ,
ready for i s first ter.n!. I i fI, ['Q
Located .t{ tV. i.o rn>,r Maritime} Increase .\ -
Base on the city's waterfront, Bay Refused By StateTAILAHM1SQ ; \ f
Campus will have more than 20Q '
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resident students who: will tie offered ". .
Insurance: It means that it compile with the rigid
the sara* CQUs9sAvailable a thof*
$ Commissioner Broward WlWa ..r standards of the Better light Better Sight Bureau ; '
at USV nifty eanpjifla ... *- : ..
: Tampa. to ddtffcnf} **& R?**, has'.turned down proposed: ,1 9.' "i!'; aDd Illuminating r. EnginFri'-i Society. ,: I. .

.- ,campus wW jtff QS eyeIg' gr 4j' per cent Automobile insurance rate ,;;:, i, *CT ",
-.ate courses, h\ egV)* riWP. edupjpt- boos{ submitted .by State Farm. ". Good\ home study lighting prevents eyestrain and fatigue, aids concentra- "
tlon and busing administration, Mutual Company!
plus many, noq-c edi acquit'education Williams? served notice to Florida jUon.JBetter homework means higher grades In school _'. "

cdureee.Also 4 drivers, however, that Insurance Electricity ia cheap... about two hours of 200-weft() lighting for only !,f .

bouwJ at ,the Bay Campus premiums may climb higher a penny. In fact it's now cheaper than ever. Today, the average price '
,will be the itate'a extension library unless motorists Improve .their laid per kilowatt hour for sunshine Service electricity in'the home 1;
"stem, BervJojr M?. ftifo state. driving habits. is
; 31% cheaper than just 10 ,
Another fl.;d stressed_ ,wfl; 1* The proposed increase In rats years ago. + J
oceanographjo restarqh.Tft? Bay represented the njnth request'for Start your child "Back to SfbooT with new, mpdem study harp, t- "
Campus harbor and} laboratory facilities premium Increases since WJJjlams functionally designed for seeing without glare or,strain.FtOIIDA -
,provide a cor* for development :- took office early 'this year. I
of aa IftJeHr nsUtuttonal w; Williams, meanwhile, announced -
"aearch proftaro In ,9ceanography.Cooperating the-start'of a new s .tety'educa- -
,( fnjtAWJons# Delude tion program designed' to cut the "
the, University of JBwth. )Florida, cost of Insurance, ,which Is basedon
: University "of jftorida and Florida i the number of accidents in any t

.: :$tate Un1ve* tY' fR\* Marine LabSratory given state.. ... : -
; of the Florida Sport of 'The new safety program will bo ..... .,
. Conservation is also, located on kicked, off ,Sept 1. |t will be de- ,I
the Bay Campiu. aigned ,to give various groups 'of 1>.. iii ar f:

r ,! drivers specific safety instruction .
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Williams said past campaigns had (
been too general in nature. "<'
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# With present pay and security train : .-J : : '.
'11 : for citu S.rn:.' NlJIIbI\&cI -.' I'Qr In 1964. the out-patient clinicsat ; .
01. :.,, I'I o, UftCa-tend the Teaching'Hospital ,of ths '" "..'... '.t .'[ .
name, phOn. to American since, University of :Florida's J. HiUis ', :
P. O. BOX: 10703. Tampa. FU. 33000 "
Miller Health Center were visited POWER t LICIT CIM *
8 pt. 3. 10. ch P A N YI. i
by 67,595! people. .-' HELPING tUHO FLORIDA -


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.. ':' \. The Treasury! explains why the new 'ones you. buy ,and the ones : A

you own now are ,better than ever ;

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-r' fc.How does the new 3%% interest rate benefit me? check very sk months for the life of the Bond), ..
.' You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the
A: With Series E Bonds the ate turns $18 15 Into
$25.00 fourteen months faster than the old rate.interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide
. income forlivinf, while E Bonds build
t: Your savings'increue fatter, because your Bond expenses a
/ r 7 yean, 9 months. nest egfcfortthe future: : list's why many\ retired
people hold 1odds; and families saving for! .
y;a .
I. Series H Bonds the
With 10-year maturity period ciifldYeducati6nxbuyE: Bonds. .
I), :. stays the,same but more interest is paid'you'each
six months.With both B: and H Bonds than ,rate Q:In denominations can B and series

. -, works out to- nror-the1irlt year and half;then H Bonds? ,
;,1 .C. .'f a guaranteed year maturity. At E Bonds: $2* (cost $18.75), $50 (cost $37.50)) $100

Cb When did the new rate become effective \ (cost $75.00)'JS$20Q (cost $150.00), $500 .

\: A: June 1, 1959. (cost 4375.0qr,r$1,000* (coat $750.00),. I'.
$10.000.coIt! 7, 00.00). ,
,;. I ft Does the new rate change the Bonds bought be- "
Boards: $500, $1,000, 5000.and 10000. They '..: ..
fore June 1, 1959 .are priced-fice value. ,,; ;... ..
I !:All older and H Bondspay: more now-an extra Cb How safe U.'S. "
Vi% from now on,when heldto maturity, The la- are 1 1N
", crease takes effect in the first full interest period Ai Savinn Bonds areavfljTheUnited 1..1. risklees way to4

'. b'" after June 1. j 1 .:' f ( nt. that s *i*.. ... ...._.
0Cj not drop; .
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"CL W3I'the B i"-rcm theer
. aof omaticafl/ earn newrate can CII l7 iit. ". ti."it' r..

? Cb What if my Bonds should lbs lost, stolen or d.*
R v. 1 Ac "..__ .You don't need to do a thmfjust hold on to lt ;a- .
ItrO e .
't ;your Bonds.tngacst 'Af You can't' Ilo... Everr Bond purchased is+ recorded x.
B ado .. thq .....
by the qV asury.;.smythm* 'happens to youi
? Sbnds tMj nMrt..1lee.

jb Ye*An automatic 10 r.xttasJoa privfleg wmt'.v Cb. csa bir/ ."
into ef! Taloafc wimfba new Interest rate. Ifetoeara
At Bu7.1B bnasat.. .takes a" ,
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',. ,' .A iag tet t aSt.r= .... Boy them tasotaagcally throujh the payroll .
/ Baring PkawbaN+ jot work4 This Flan means yog
"; .,t 4\VJd th.DCW ioterecC ate/ah 6aMT easy "fa mj Did can bavi'a t ainouatyoa Mudft.automatkadly.dedsetsd .

Bonds sod hai new' .? :CTSryjpttYdUt.Tl n Bonds.installments .? b 7 'bjr: J.. '- ,

jb No. Tbft: auto _a tier U% faenase makes rnmeotafo are dearsred 'to'root Automa \ tJa t/" .
da.ar1-and suety fUI: jt18 to 1Wf&dftD. too. Your bank-wil take your ordor b-U.1Jotidii

to retain ycnu pibmut:Bends.ft QtHcmr do:X'help & America's's Peas p WM" I

How are series H Bonds diff riaC from .ui* B when Ibr/U&SsTfe* Bonds! ,." ,
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Mr. and Mrs. Earl WOaoo and- Jeanie Is On Visit Executive Board -

I 1 PERSONAL NEWS NOTES Ii IiC. I weekend family had his as sister guests, Miss Sadie over Wilson the- New York City 4-H ClubsJKeeting

and nieces, Karen and Tam- I TAMPA The executive boardof
my Hydes, all of Miami. WHITE SPRINGS-Joyce Gra the Florida 4-H Club Council
1965 Jeanie With the Light
B.. Strlngarl will return this I Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wethering- Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Guerry had ham Hair and director met in Tampa August 16-17.
Brown program
week to Detroit Mich., where he is I ton and sons had as a guest over as a recent guest their cousin, Thelma Boltin have been representing The board is the policy making

I employed, after a visit of several the weekend his sister, Mrs. Edwin Mrs. Homer Harvey of Miami, who the Stephen Foster Memorial body of the state's 4-H Clubs, and

days with his wife at their home I Dannelly! of Fort Lauderdale. was Edna Morris when she residedat in New represents some 44,000 4-H mem
on special programs
in Canal Point. Pahokee in the pioneer days. bers. It is composed of eight officers -
I Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Spooner York City. elected by the assembly at
\ Mrs. Annette McCurdy has returned of Fort Myers spent Sunday and Miss Graham a 20 year old the annual state meeting, and 12

to her home at S97 Kismet, Monday here with his mother, Mr. Elks Official Will blonde senior at Florida State district representatives, elected

the former Fred Smith residence Butler Spooner, and other rela- Visit Pahokee 'Sept 16 University, was crowned Jeanie from the Florida districts.

which she recently purchased, after tives. last February in annual auditions The purposes of the meetingwere
I a few days' visit with her son and sponsored by the Memorial and the 4-H.
\ daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Young, who recenly un- State Vice President of Florida the Florida Federation of Music : follow-up on plan of
work in the state that
State Elks Association Carl was, adoptedat
Charles derwent surgery at Good' Samaritan Klaeger Clubs.A .
McCurdy and family in
I Gainesville.Mr. Hospital, West Palm Beach, i fa of West Palm Beach will visit soprano, Miss Graham appeared the annual meeting of tha Council
now convalescing at his home 10 the( Pahokea Lodge on Thursday, in the Florida exhibit at at the University of Florida,

and Mrs. Robert O. Lamp Pahokee.V Sept. 16, according to an an- the New York World's Fair in a June 1418. '

and children, Sandra and Buddy, nouncement by officials of the or- ball typical of the 1850's, the To plan the 4-H activities and
Rov.: and Mrs. John A. Briley ganization. gown participation in the 1966 Florida
were vacationers at Palm :Beach The official visit of the years In which Foster wrote most
Shores over the Labor Day week had! as,guests over the Labor Day Southeastern District official was of his greatest compositions. Miss State Fair, Tampa, February 1-12,

end. weekend their son and daughter- postponed from last night on account Graham also sang with the popular 1966. '
of the To review and evaluate the offic-
Airman Mike Maxson, who is .in-law_, Mr._ and_ Mrs.u John__A. Bri- musicians, Vincent Lopez ers' performance since the ,annual
stationed by the U. S. Air Forceat ley, Jr., of Barnesville, Ga., who STUDY DENTISTRY and his orchestra during a regular meeting.
are students at Gordon Military appearance of the group in a New
Orlando, is expected to arrivein Robert Boo, who has been at- And to develop state 4-H Club
York hotel.
Canal Point this Thursday for College. tending activities for presentationto
University of Florida since The of Miss Graham report
a visit with his parents, Mr. and R. O. ) graduating from scheduling Burns and the
n returned Pahokee Gov.
(Buddy) Lamp High and Miss Bolton at the Florida Exhibit Haydon .
Mr. Earl Maxson. The Maxsons I to Coral Gables this week to School, will leave Friday to spend Florida Cabinet.
were visitors at Marathon on Sun. : the weekend was made possible through .
I b.gln his junior year at the University with friends at cooperation of the Florida Devel-
.day. of Miami after spendingthe Gainesville before going to Atlanta opment Commission. VISIT LAKE JUNE

-I' Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McIntosh summer vacation here with his Ga., to enroll for his first year .. Mrs, Doris Sasser and son,

were visitors at Naples over the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. In the School of' Dentistry at Em- GEORGIA VISITORSMrs. James Paul, spent the weekend

Labor Day weekend. Lampl.Mr. ory University, Grady Boynton had as her with Mrs. Alma Farrow at the-
I latter's cabin at Lake June. Mrs.
i Ii :Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Gifford have and Mrs. Barry Green have Forty-four television commercials guests the past week her son-in- Farrow also had as her guest there,

returned to Pryor, Okla., aftera returned to Newberry, Fla., aftera were filmed within a six- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. over the weekend Lennie and Sandra -*
visit here with their uncle and
three-week visit with son and month period last year at Florida's Max E. Beverly, and grandson, Mindlin, former Pahokee residents
aunt Louis ,
Mr. and Mrs. Davis.
daughter-in-law Mr.
and Cypress Garden: Ken Beverly, of Ochlochnee, Ga. now residing in Miami.
,James R. Gifford, and family at Robert J. Schroder, ill at.his While in Canal Point the Beverlys .... -
Canal Point. home for several days, was able Floridas population gains more also visited relatives in Pahokeeand CLASSIFIED ADS PAT

:: Mrs. C. B. Jones and son, Alton this week to'return to his work at than 200,000< each year. Belle Glade. BIO DIVIDENU
the Pahokee waterworks plant
l Jones, had as guests on Labor Day .--u .. -
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her son, Charles Jones and family Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Whitaker
lm'Afh7: ; 'lr7 'lr\tffillT\'I! \ ''\)'(\[ \ ii7Invitation :m-\tlf
of Clewlston, and Rev. J.. R. Heller and daughter, Brenda, were gueststhe
and family of Riviera Beach. first of the week of his parents

Rev. and Curtis Whitaker, I
Frank J. Mueller, who has been at Fort Ogden.A .
attending summer school at South-

western Louisiana University at vacation at Singer Island

Lafayette, La., since graduatingfrom through the tabor: Day weekendwas

Pahokee High School last enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs. W.

June, left this week for Lafayetteto K. Aldridge and children and Ellis An

enroll for the fall semester at Wilkinson and children. V

the university after spending a
Mrs. Pearl Agner had ki a guest ,
brief vacation here with his parents -
over the weekend her nephew, f.
Mr. and Mrs.Frank, Mueller
Frank Thrope of Lakeland.Mr .

Mrs Doyle Branyon of Mel- !
and Mrs. J. H. Miller.had AS To All Glades Citizens
bourne spent the Labor Day weekend
guests over ,the weekend their
,at Canal Point visiting rel- .
daughter. Mrs. Lou Lombard, and << .
"Uves.l ,, \ :' 4". ,. ." ,
children, Lisa and Linda;; of Miami.Mr. l ; "

\l\ Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Harris 'If''IIG.J : : Y.
.,and Mrs. Boyd Vorhees and ", ; : ;' ,
spent Sanford where -.4&f
Tuesday at "
they attended funeral services for Shinier spent Sunday in Miami, : 1' M 11.1,i.1111.* rm-MH. jf "* 1111111 I n i*

her aunt Mrs. H. E. Cordell, of guests of her brother-in-law and -' J''r
sister .Mr. and Jack
Mrs. Stalling.
Ocala, held at the First BaptistChurch
in Sanford. h. __ __ :

::1 Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jaudon of YOU ARF CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND ;

Wauchula were recent guests here Classified Ads
of their uncle and aunt Mr. and

Mrs. Wiley Tillls, and while here I

visited Mrs. C H. (Granny) Tillls, POSITIVELY all want ads ot'

who is ill at the Everglades Memorial classifieds as you wish to call House .
Hospital. them are payable in advance from Open :

1 I his day forward. Don't phone 'em.

NOTICE Write. it and djpp a dollar bill in .J '
I the envelope if you want it run
NOTICE is hereby given that It I
'once |2 if it
you want run twice
is the intention of the undersignedto 4
!and so on.'tVIIA'1".8 .
engage in business enterprise
under the fictitious name of IN THE ATTIO that :you ''.

GLADES TRUCK STOP locatedat don't need? A $1.00 classified adD ,,
8511 East :Main Street Paho this, column will probably find t -

kee. Florida. The nature of said you a tale. Just write your ad, en-
business to be a Service Station dose a dollar and we'll do the rest

and Restaurant and we intend to The Everglades News Canal Point Everglades Memorial

register said name with the Clerkof Fla. -

the Circuit Court of Palm Beach ,'" ,.
County, Florida+ pursuant to Section FOR SALE New and Used WUIyfltCTalterm 4M
*;685.09, Florida Statute : ;Jeeps. :: hleyi GaragtGlade. '" t" :: (1'Jrr 'Hs ttalt' ..: ;'

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'r .- GLEN O. HATFIELD TANK Service available :!< t1i' r ', .. '". ;) '!' (; .

KYLE E. HATFIELD by calling me. We do uceUtnt : \, :; :.Mtt.aSpUTH BARFIELD, V HIGHWAX
'Pub., : Aug. 27, Sept. S, 10, 17, 19M. work. Bob Durrance,l Phone t I
82.- 268. Sept. 17 pd. v ,, ,fc. .
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\"" u"rrnrAu! \11I1IIU\IIIIIJI\"'\I1ITt ,
almost ready to farm. Short ii, : .
term or long term lease. Phone *.;\ .,* I
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PRINCE THEATRE after 7:00 p. u{. 924-7384 or 924- ,\ '
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tographs call or write: Jim Aliff :
Photographer, 9442 Bloomfield: !' t

SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY Drive, Lake Park. Florida. No ex- ; '
tra charge ,for mileage. Telephone i ,
848-3345. Sept. 24 pd. 12th, 1965 V
NOTICE-I, James T. Smith will r ,J, ': '

JEWELS" not be responsible for any debts : .
made by Doris Marie Smith from y ,., ,. .2:00: 6:00: ,

STARRING the date of August 30, t t' P.M.'V

1965.S17pd.. :.

FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet Bel ft:
.. ,: ( Air. 2-door hardtop,.V-8. standard ,
; air y"y --V. shift, radio and heater. Call ;

l .lII.'JIiill1i',.,1M'I.jl.llii\TIiI'{ 924-7340 in Pahokee Sept, lOc .



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How to speak out for freedom today .


Fret men have never gone) In much for sQenee. own family's future, you're helping Uncle ,.

Even before the first thirteen States became Sam t&ndt9.the business of keeping men free ,

United States,men were ipeaiingfor freedom today. '

load and dear. Perhaps you don't speak out for fre 9Jn''" ': ,.,: :

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St Peter'sLuthemn first n 3Wigt f\ 1t RESTAURANT

Church, Belle Glade

August Koerben- Pastor Guthrie W.: Colvard, 'Pastor Lawrence, Stewart, Castor

601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade ,, SUNDAY SUNDAY: -: IS NOW :-
SUNDAY:. ,0:45: a. m. Sunday School 9:45 a, m.-Sunday School
Divine Services A. M. '11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
School 9:45 A..M. 6:30: p. m.-Training Union 6:30 p. m.-Training Union
.. i )j 7:45 p. xnj Evening Worship 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship OPfeN 24 HOURS
7:30 p. in.-Prayer Meeting
7:30 DAILY
p. m.-Prayer Service
Church, Canal Point .. ... 4. .

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

SUNDAY: Canal Point Florida Church
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School SERVING THE VERY BEST OFPOODtlMSE
,11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship. Edward F.,Norton, Pastor Father Francis Fennech, Pastor
6:30 p. m.-B. T.'C. Jjrr. SUNDAY Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m. DROP BY AND SEE US.
''I. 7:30 p. m.-Evening'Worship 9:45: a. m-Sunday; School :I Confessions before Mass
WEDNESDAY: l1:00.a. jn. :Morning Worship -4. .
i 7:30. p.Service.m.-Midweek,'Prayer 6:45: p. m.-Evening Worship church<):f Christ '11111111111111111"'GLEN
F 8:00: p. m.->Voman'j Society1st 125 N. W.: Avenue D &; kYLE HATFIELD Prop.
\Holy TuesdayWEDNESDAY ,
; Nativity Phone WY 6-3867
: : Belle Glade, Fla.
Episcopal.Church 7:30: p. m.-Prayer.Meeting SUNDAY SERVICES CANAL FLA.
Pahokee ... 10:00: a. m.-Blbla Study
11:00 L m.-Morning: Worship ,
4 Rev. William Picke1 View South Side Church 7:30 p. m.Evening Worship
8:00 A. M.-Holy Communion 7:30: p. m.--"Bible Study
.4. .. : .
Glade across. from ing of Sept. 15 in place of the reg- urer, submitted a chapter budgetfor
First Methodist
Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 Missionary.UnionIn ular midweek prayer service. Pa- the 1965-66 year, which was
Church, PahokeeJohn 10.00 a. m.-Bible Study Tuesday MeetingThe hokee's state mission goal is adopted. On display at the. meet
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship $222.22. ing was a copy of the June issueof
A. Briley, Pastor 6:30 p. m.-Evening Service Woman's" Unionof The program topic presented by the Beta Sigma Phi magazine
SUNDAY: 7:30 p. 'm.-Wed. Bible Study Missionary Mrs. Guthrie Colvard, program The Torch, in which was a pictureof
the Pahokee First Baptist Church "Scattered Abroadin Mrs. Evelyn Lair
9:45: a.'Sch'JOl1i:00 .. chairman was as she attended
a. m.-Morning Worship at the September meeting held the Orient." Mrs. Gamble's the Beta Sigma Phi area luncheon
7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship Year Book CompleteFor in the church. Tuesday morning, meditation was based on "Wisdam in West Palm Beachlast
.41. Year elected a hew slate of officers for from the East the Purple Pro- spring. '
the 1965-66 year: Mrs. Ralph verbs." The chapter's first social eventof
Church Of God .
presided Crews, president; Mrs. Wiley TU- Mrs. Marvin Crady announcedthe the new season will be a Monte
Barfield Highway 'i 1 President Elaine Unwire lie, vice president and enlistment community mission project :'Carlo party at the home of Mrs.
at the first meeting othe's"'e chairman; Mrs. Horace E.: Unwin will be the collection of good used Helen Jean Boynton the evening of

Pahokee, Fla. on of XI Beta Tau Chapter Beta secretary and publicity chairman; clothing for needy school children Sept. 16, according to announce

A. L. Stone, :Minister Sigma Phi, at the home of Mrs. Mrs. Frank' Thompson, Young ment by Mra Frances Moore, social
Phone 924-7363 j Clark Wilkinson, Sept, 2. Woman's Auxiliary director; Mrs.J. chairman. On the committee
SUNDAY, : Mrs. Virginia Collier was received A, Guthrie, Girls Auxiliary director Monte Carlo Party I assisting Mrs. Moore with the ar-
0:45 a. m.-Sunday School I as a new member of XI Beta ; Mrt. Willliam Shirley, Sun- rangements for the party are Mrs.
.11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship i Tau through transfer of member- beam director; Mrs. E. B. Gamble, Planned By ChapterXI Valerie Davis, Mrs. Ruth Tlllery,
7:30 p. m.-EvangeUstic. ship from Beta Omicon. Mrs. Mari- program chairman; Mrs. J. E. Mrs. Imogene Scott, Mrs. EvaSpooner
if viceTUESDAY lyn Poteete and Mrs. Margie Thompson prayer chairman; Mrs. Alpha Mu Chapter, Beta Sig- Mrs. Wilma" Alley and,
: Branch were granted a year's M. J. sapp,'atewardshlp chairman; ma Phi, held its meeting the! first Mra Dorothy Hillier.
"'7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ leave of absence. Mrs. Beth Wilkinson I Mrs C. I* Shirley, Sr., mission of the fall season, in the library of At the close of the meeting.Mrs.
Service and Mrs. Laura Hatton were study chairman; Mrs. Marvin the Pahokee Elementary School Becky Howard and Mrs. Kathryn
; .. granted the status of Crady. community mission chair the evening of Sept. 2, Mrs. Helen Cunningham were!'" hostesses during
The Church Of God large. The members-at-I man;-Mrs. J. P. Herring, sunshine I I Jean Boynton introduced J. A. the serving of.refreshments.. : '
: Janet Johnson as a chapter member -*, chairman; Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson, Collins,,new art director at Paho .
'Of Prophecy, Pahokee was accepted. Jr.;, social halrman; and Mrs. W. kee High School, who will serve as LEAVE FOR NEW ENGLAND
*" Rev. S. N. Allen Mrs. Jean Salvatore, new year ,A. Keen, Baptist Children's Home instructor for the series of art Tuesday, September 7, Mary
2500 E. Main St. : book chairman, presented each chairman. lessons that will be featured on Ann and Ray Ford, children of
'Y L Pahokee" member with a copy of the 1695- Mrs. Crews gave the report of chapter programs during the coming Mrs. J. G. Ford, left by car for
66 year book, outlining activities, the nominating committee. Following year. After explaining to the New England. Ray will enter Atlantic
';lj>10: a. m.-Sunday School for the coming year. The chapter the election the group gavea group the fundamentals of art, Union College, South Lancaster
(f 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service scrapbook for 1964-65 was on display standing vote"of thanks to Mrs. Mr. Collins had members practicethe Massachusetts, as a fresh
'. 7:30 p. Evangelistic at,the meeting.! E. B. Gamble, who has served as drawing of the basic forms of man. Mary Ann will be at the University
I Service Named on,:the program WMU president for the past two art.-cube, sphere, cone and cylin of Connecticut Stores, Connecticut -
.r: 8:00: ,p. m. Tuie&r-Jiv. JLB. ".tee: for 'the n V jear, commits.; years, ,knd who presided:. at the her "before 'chawing"thfth the to study for a master's
:: 8:00 p. m. Thursday-\ .L.13. Lane( chairman/Mrs. t.OfslVhtiel, meeting.Mrs. technique of applying proP r\hatl- degree tn'Frehch.
.Everyone welcome. Special Mrs. Virginia Collier and Mrs. Crews announced that the ing to forms. .11. . and singing. Elaine Unwin; on the social com- four circles of WMU will presenta At the business session, with More than 100 different kinds of
*' mittee, Mra Louisa Zaccagnino Baptist State Mission program President Mildred Schoeppel presiding '' fertilizers are used yearly at Flor-

Blades Baptist Church ).([chajrnfkn),,Mrs Mary Thomas ,In the church sanctuary the even-, ,Mrs..Lavinia Parker. ,,treas-I'l' ida's Cypress Garden.
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:* Meets in Pahokee Lions Club corresponding secretary and host-
: I, Building ess chairman. Mrs. June Parker

i,' SUNDAY SCHOOL- :4 ;>...m- yas appointed luoshlne.and secret Dreams
I '&PREACHING-11:00 a. m. and sister chairman; )and Mi's.' ; 'Nor BecomeReality ,:,

% 7:30 p. m. ms x Abridge} 'seryoe J.p Shtrhe ft
i fc SUNDAY B. Y. F-4:30: p. m. chairman ifrs. Shirley Ann : .
.'71 WED. PRAYER-7:30 p 'tz. l Via'named'an -
4 ; >Iarv .iTioraas, ;'the chapter's t 4 .. ;
epreifchtitive'on TB ta&gma Phi w .
jKorbly Home Scene '
City Council >, WHEN iFs FINANCES IT! f. j':
'Sorority. Meeting :Mrs. Doris Lane gave a brief ; ;

Mrs. Kay Korbly was hostess to ,review for the,othe coming, ,, hapt2r'q year, "flow;'ttu41 live DreaI1i'n1)'l fir I 'II! '1 e 'glddes-!F aral'Savings:pro- -1 :

members of Beta Omicron 'Ch'ap- 3&s'ti: a 8":a'.Yea*J' vides fihanciiig that ays''fgo' he d"'. .NOW !111! Home :

,'r ter, Beta Sigma Phi, at the first Mrs. Zaccagnino announced' ,\>tie> made liberal low
group's. first social tif the Mason Buying is easy for-you with cost loans :

I meeting of the season Sept. 2, will feature a secret sister party upt ahftliMhaterioUup! to 25 ye rs. Yours will be ' her home, 800 Bacom Point the'evening Sf.dept.a16.tevrttena. ,
Road, with Mrs. Frances :Adams, .... tailorelcTto< ':fit smoothly within your Income and circum- ;
president, presiding. t :
:, Reports were given by tk'cAi'a1rmen J jjtanceis. ..wlth/easy monthly payments ringing you
of the various committees Sister's Wedding closer to debt-free home ownership! Nice? You said it ;
f I' sand tentative work and social
why not'come in today! :
I, I plans for the coming year were Rev. and Mrs; Lawrence Stewart -
outlined. and f& this Frl-
', 'y, The program topic, "Analysisof I elay for Enterprise; Ala., to visit TIN EST IN A NEW HOME ;
Beta Sigma Phi!," was present his parents, Rev and Mrs. John ..4ftft&IJN
,fed by Mrs. Sheila Ames. It was I Stewart and attend the wedding
announced I the 'Sept. 16th meeting of his sister Miss Patricia &eI A
/:' .' will be at the home of Mrs. I Stewart, and John"Waldron"Meadows : I ES FEDERAL

Betty Collins. ._ of Cottonwood, Ala., which :
\ win be an event at the Calvary i
" SM4hgs And Loan Association
Ronald (Buddy) Mills returned Baptist Church Sunday, Sept. 12
", ;',to his home at 350 Cypress Avenue Two sons of Rev. and Mrs. Stew- ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE> CORP.I !
'JIt /Monday from Good Samaritan are,wUl participate in the wedding
r pta'N Jt 'fIt&ete ceremony,-Larry Stewart wjll) Pdhoke Belle Glade :
he underwent an emergency ap serve as one of the ushers and '
pendectomy on Friday. David Stewart win be ring bearer.

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:Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Hall at- Mr.: and Mrs. Lester, Duncan of I would like to take this opportunity Rouen LUcas, who has Mr. and Mrs. Alex Johnson flew
tended funeral services for his sister Naples and formerly of Canal I to thank my many friends been attending' a U.- S. Air Force I l by private plane to Valdosta, Gal:,
:Mrs. Edith Wiggins, 83, held Point are completing a trip around j for their thoughtfulness and acts advanced training school In New for a weekend visit with their BOO! 'I
at the First Baptist Church In Mexico this summer, and his wife and daughter-in-law, Lt and Mrs
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Plant City Monday. Also attendingfrom and children,who have been house Neely Johnson, returning home by
Pahokee were Mr. and Mrs. 7. They have been to Japan, In-I sick and in, the hospital I shall al- guests of her parents, Mr. and automobile because of Hurricane
Wallace Barnes and family, Mr. dia, Rome, Vienna, Singapore, I ways remember tho many cards, Mrs. Glenn Powell, at Canal Point Betsy's threatening movements
and Mrs. Charles. Wilkinson and Berlin, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Paris letters and iphone calls which wentto while he was at the school have Mr. Johnson will return to Valdosta
family, Mr and Mrs. Richard Na- London and many other Interest- make my hospitalization easier. gone to Aberdeen, Md.,'where they to fly his plane back to Paho
son and family, and Mrs. Ellis ing places. They will be back in Again I say thank you.MRS'ANGEtEA. are now making their home while kee as soon as the weather per-'
Wilkinson] their Naples home on October 1. I SEARS he is stationed in that area. I I mite.a. .

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