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Rardin Halts Plan Seek SR80-Duda Cloverleaf RoadThe Funeral Services Glades Youngsters Receive

Abolish Vet Office Charlie B. Kelly 53
county commission is eeek.! ,

ing right of way from the state Many Awards From Fair

Possibility that the county veterans which will allow construction of a Funeral services were heldThursday

service office for negro vet quarter cloverleaf at the intersection at Bainbridge, Ga. for .
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erans in West Palm Beach will be of State Road 80 and Duda Charlie Bryant Kelly, 53, 232 Rar
A remarkable number of awards
closed and the office operating Road :In the Glades.Commissioner din Ave., Pahokee. who died Monday TourneyOn
Bowling the livestock shown
were won by
funds diverted to other use was Paul Rardin said at Everglades Memorial Hos.
seen this week in a request madeto the intersection change is badly pital, following an extended ill February llth at the South Florida Fair this
week the of the area.
the county commission. needed in order that heavy trucks by youth
ness.A Members of the Glades JuniorCattlemen'
County Commisioner Paul Rar I coming out of cane fields to Road native of Georgia, he had lived A Heart Bowling Tournamentwill
Association, 4 H
din diverted what appeared to be SO and negotiate a sharp turn and In Pahokee for 18 years, coming begin the week of February

an Immediate step to close the office cross a bridge over the Hillsboro from Donalsonville Ga. in 11th, according to Chairman Jerry Clubs. and FFA Chapters I I partici-

when he urged his colleagues] Canal at that point. 1945. lie was associated with Gummere at the Glades Bowling pated.In the 4.11 District I'O' Dairy

not to be hasty. Instead of taking .. .. Glades Equipment Company, Pa. Lanes at Belle Glade. All league and
Immediate action, Rardin suggested hokee, for many'years, but was slayers are eligible. $1.00 is th' Show, open only to boys .awards girl;
who received first place
that time be taken to study the Local March Gets employed as a mechanic at A entree fee. Bowl a strike against and bona fide 411 Club1 members -
request made by the ,county vet. Duda and Sons, Belle Glade at the heart Disease! Contest rules to be the ;livestock shown by Peg'gy

crane service committee. time he became ill. announced later. and Oren Bitting-of Canal Point
George Peers. veterans service $514.48 For PolioThe Survivors include his widow, received awards In the registered
officer from Lake Worth, acting as Ruby; two sons, Sp-4c Kenneth
spokesman for the committee said Earl Kelly Fort Sill, Okla., and Chibberslvin Dutch. Belt class. Peggy showed a

recent closing of Veterans Admin-I amount collected in Canal Don Wayne, Pahokee; his mother, 4-H senior yearling heifer"Roaelawn'sCherry's
istration facilities has caused Point and Pahokee during the I Mrs. Annie Mae Kelly, Donalson- Dreamer" that receivedthe

county service officers to shoulder I Mother's March, January 24, was ville; four brothers, O. C., Dade Fair AwardsMembers grand champion award, and
a double work load. $ 14.48 and exceeds all previous City; Robert, Enterprise, Ala.; W. Many Oren showed a two'year old cow,

He asked that the Negro service records, according to :Mrs. Evelyn, C., McPherson, Kan., and Curtis of "Nashville's Best" that receivedthe

office) be closed, that the service Lair, chairman of the campaign.The Texas; four sisters, Mrs. Esther of the ".B Clubs of reserve grand champion'

officer, William Mitchell, be retired drive was sponsored by Xi Lewis, Rustin, Fla.; Mrs. Willis Beach have taken an award.In S
Palm County '
Alpha Mu Chapter of Beta Sigma the Grade Holstein claw?,
Donalsonville Mrs.
and that funds budgeted for Mae llagler, ; I,
Phi Sorority. Members of the chapter outstanding part In the exhibits John Causey, Jr. ofBell Glade,
Mitchell's office be used to hire a Irene Gerr, Wilmington, Del. and I
secretary.He making the house-to-house solicitations Mrs. Mcrlene Williams, Thomas- I and entertainment at the South president of the Glide Junior

also proposed that the Lake and the locations cov vine, Ca.Burial, I Florida Fair this year. Cattlemen' Association! showed
Worth and West Palm Beach ser ered were Mrs. Grace Maxson, was at Bainbridge, Ga. Girls of the Canal Point and a senior heifer calf, "'Lucky Slung.

vice offices be combined and that Mi*. Kay Sears and Mrs. Lavinia Wetherington Funeral Homes was Pahokee 4-H Clubs who gave demonstrations high May" that' received the grand

the, commission provide.adequate .ParkerCanal: Point; Mrs. Wilma in char'I'* bf local arrangements. I at the Fair list Friday champion award. And the year-

office space to handle the merger Alley and Mrs. Ginny "Wilson, . were Jackie Hurst jfJackla ling"heifer, "Airport Blue Boy
Commission Chairman E. F. Van I Bacon Point, Airport to N. Ken- Vandegrift Lillian Sims, Kay Hall, Jane;'" John showed in the registered -

Kessel said'a survey throughout nedyX Mrs. Lillian Beverly and Heart Forum Plan Brenda Maxson, Peggy Bitting, Brown Swiss class, received
the state disclosed that Palm I Mrs. Kathryn Cunningham, Begonia Lodus Gray and Nancy Harrington the reserve grand champion

Beach County does more to aid its Dr., Carissa Drive and Park! I all of Canal Point, and Linda award.
View Manor; NiteA of The yearling heifers in the Grade
veterans than any other area. For Tuesday Justice and Marsha Pennlngton, ;
He surmised that this might Mrs. Cornelia Chase and Mrs. Pahokee. Jersey class shown by Walter and

have been a reason for the VA to Sarah Thomas, Banyan Avon Mr,. I The Pahokee Girl's 4-H Club received Allen Webb of Canal Pointreceiv-
pull out of the area-"we are doing Dorothy Hillier and :Mrs. Emo- Heart Forum will be held at a roseatte a special award ed grand champion and reserve
too good a Job." gene Scott Vetvllle; Mrs. Catherine the Pahokee High School on Tuesday -! for the best club exhibit. grand champion awards, respect-

The board decided that after the Kennedy and Mrs. Joan Tucker Feb. 5th at 8 p. m. with four i The Dress Revue held at thy ively.In.
veterans service committee puts Bacom Point Road N. Ken- local doctors participating on the Fair Saturday afternoon, was the Youth fleet Show divisIon -
nedy's to City Park; Mrs. Mar- Mrs. Hugh those from'Canal Point and
its request in writing a commit. panel, according to narrated by Miss Nancy Hairing
jorie Mock and Mrs. Helen Jean Pahokee Palm Beach Coun- Pahokee who .ho,," livestock receiving -
tee will be named to study the re- Branch, of in 4-H work in
quest. Further action was set for Boynton, Barfield Highway and Doctors on the program will be I ton of Canal Point Junior Leader' awards were' Randall Jar-

the county board's first meeting in First Second and Third St.; Mrs. Drs. William Gist, F. H. Poteete ty. Members of the local Girl's) 4-H riel Pahokee, whose two year old
February. Valarie Davis and Mrs. Georgia R. L. Hatton, and E. C. Johnson.! I Clubs participating In the Revue heifer, "Emperor's' Gloster" received -

r. ... Moon, White Housing Project and Four heart films will be shown on were Jackie Vandegrift Jack a first award 'ribbon; the
Annona Ave.; blood Pamela Ursry heifers shown by Walter and Las'7
coronary heart stroke high Hurst, Kay Hall
Last Rites Held Mrs. Mildred Schoeppel, West pressure, and contential heart de- Brenda Maxson Lillian Sims, I Webb of Canal Point; Pahokee,
Main and Bacom Point from Baptist (continued on page 8)
Bitting, .
fects. A short talk will be given Prlscilla Slone, Peggy .. .
I Church to Park; Mrs.: Donna after each film and questionswill I Lodus Gray. and June Sadler all

For Two Year Old Plumer and Mrs. Eva 'Spooner, be given to the doctors. of Canal Point; and Ann Pell)), Brooks Henderson

East Main RR to Boynton's; Mrs. I Everyone is invited to attend Chrlsy Scroggins and Penny Pert-
Elsie Sims, Belle Glade Road; Mrs. Pahokee. The -
of premiums
meeting ,
informative nington
Edward this free,
Funeral services for Thomas Ruth Tillery, Ridgecrest Gardens; the Heart Association have not yet been announcedfor New,LionTreas.
,,two year old son of Mr. and Mrs. GettiieFriend and Mrs Becky sponsored by the demonstrations ando the .
." Mrs. Thomas .Martinez Jr., 2324 Howard,: East Main,' Boynton's to I of Palm Beach. and Martin Dress Revue. ? $ '.

SW 14th St., Pahokee, who drowned Prince Theatre. Counties. For: Individual exhibits. NnnrvHarrington's I Brooks, Henderson has been
morning in a drainage Mrs. Lair wiehes'tq express her ._-
Sunday entomology projectwon nominated for treasurer of the Pa-
canal near his home were conducted thanks to the workers for theirefforts I! I a blue ribbon and Eddie Zy. boke Lions it
Services Club was announced
Wednesday morning at St. I I in making the Mothers Funeral wick of Bean City showed a similar
Mary's Catholic Church in Pahokee March a success and to the publicfor exhibit that was awarded a at the luncheon mf'eUng'Tue"

by Fr. Francis Fenech. their generous and cooperative Howard Thomas red ribbon. Ross lIarrln ton'. exhibit day. E. A. Jensen, chairman of the

Survivors include his parents; response. I of 15 vegetables was awardedfive nominating committee announcedthe
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three sisters, Paula, Deborah and blue seven red, and. three selection George Rashley will

Diane; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Services for Howard Dale white ribbons.Revival. be In charge of the special election

Thomas Martinez Sr., Pahokee, Saturday Funeral"Cowboy" Thomas 15 year old son of Mr. .. . which will be held February 12.
President Kyle Scott appointed
and maternal: grandmother Mrs, and Mrs. Howard Thomas, 3587
A. L. Vertommen, also of Paho Proctor Airport Road, Pahokee, who died I PlannedAt Manning Keen B. R. Mosley and
at local James H. Wilkinson Jr. on a committee -
Saturday evening
kee. i I
to make arrangements for
Pallbearers were four Boy hospital following, a lingering I. Pahokee ChurchA the all day meetin *of the district
Graveside services will be held were held Tuesday afternoon -
Scouts, Billy Boe Eugene Cooper, governor's -cabinet to be held In
o'clockfor FirstMissionary
Saturday morning at ten at the Canal Point
Dennis Milliron and Ray Carra- Pahokee for 'the first time on
Floyd "Cowboy" Proctor, 88,, Baptist Church with '
Burial in Port Mayaca will be held at the
way. was revival Marcb,11.,
who died Monday morning in frontof Elder Ruben Barfield officiating.
Cemetery. his home north of Canal Point incude Ms parents; Church of God of Prophecy, 2500: It was announced that the zone
Wetherington Funeral Home of from a heart attack. Survivors and East Main Street, Pahokee 'begin- social meeting will be held at

Pahokee was In charge of arrange. "Cowboy" as he was known to one brother Stephen Wayne Carol; Sue ing Sunday Feb. 3. with Rev. J, Selma's Restaurant on Feb. 7, and
three sisters, Patricia deliveringthe that Dr. F H. Poteete wUllpeak"on
ments. his many friends in.the Glades wasa H. Hires of Fort Myers ;
native of Bron on, Ala., and was and Mary Ellen.Pallbearers sermons. the "Growth of SpecializationIn
VAL ON DEAN'S LIST a World War 11 veteran. He had were Charles Bar- Services will begin each evenfnjjat the Medical Profession' at the.

Val Gabaldon, a student at Palm lived here for 20'rean and was field, James Thomas Frank Belk 7:30 including Saturday nights. meeting 'on Feb. 19.
and Alex Johnson Cecil Hall and Joe The pastor Mrs J. H. Klntrd, will Miss Amy Young, a senior at
Beach Junior College, has been employed, as a carpenter
Alderman. lead the singing and Gary Sanders I Pahokee High School and editor
on the Dean's List of honor painter.
. placed students for outstanding scholastic Two sister survive the deceased. Burial was In Port Mayaca will be the pianist. The "Harmon- of the school annual, was the guest
with Wetberlngton Funeral -I vocal win of student member Mike Watklns.
work during the first semes They are: Mrs. Marie Davis Cemetery ettes" a girl's group ,

ter. H. made an A in every'subject and Mr*. .Gertrude Bridgewater Home in charge of arrangements. present special numbers during I Chet Cline' of Tampa was' also, 'a

both of Clearwater, Fla. f the revival guest


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FJiday V February 1, 1983
Page Two The Everglades Newt Canal Point, Florida ,_
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i "tfiV production to' the United METHODIST GREETERS
Passion Will Pfllhoftee
Play States Main Germany In 1932. Members of Methodiat -

Open, Lake Wales j,I Perrormances In 1963 are scheduled Youth Fellowship11 wfto geet-
Tuesday, ecf at the entrance to ttiS sanctuaryeach
,! at 7:30 p. m, on
Plans: and preparation arecomplete Thursday and Saturday evenings Sunday daring January were
and Carol
l JU for opening1 the eleventh' Sunday matinees will start at an Bruce Boynton Hattonon
Jan. 6 Wayne Hundfey and
season of the W6rld-fmou9' BlackHills earlier time, 4:00 p. m. The final ;
I Willola Tyson on Jan. 13; Jann
Passion Play at the natural presentation this year will be Sun
Plumer and Roger Simonson, Jan.
Ifj) amphitheatre Beating 2.500'p r. day, April 1 21st. There will be a '
20 and Linda Wilson and Bruce
sons just south of Lake*Wales, on special Good Friday performanceon ;

L. IIi Sunday Feb. 10. Apfl. 12th' at. .1:3ci'p..jfl. Boynton'on Jan. .27...-.'
The two and one-half-hour religious '"
I drama, with a cast of 150 .i f. and Mrs. A. C. Bridges and Miss Sandra( Lampi, ,a Hurrican-
'persons, features Josef Meier in Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Brooks of etfe with the University of Miami

The Rardki HuMns* In Canal; Point Florida the difficult role of the Christus Stuart, were the guests of Mr.and "Band of the Hour", sPent !
In Pahoke viiil&ig her
'which he hats-ably'portrayed"more Mrs W. K, Aldridge and Mrs Annette weekend
THE LAKE! OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF than ',000: times' stncV bringtrrj' McCurdy, Saturday evening. parents, Mr and Mrs. R. O. Lamps..1"i"I' .

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Serving the Lake OReecho&ee Farming Region Wl hout' !'

Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years DALE CARNEGIE

Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday ,'

Subscription Price $%.00 Year In Advance ,' FREE PUBLIC I

The Eyergl des News Is Entered at the' Post Office 1 Human Relations, ClinicIN '

In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter CELEBRATION OF OUR 50th ANNIVERSARY

Paul Rardin, Owner, Editor, Publisher 4 vF O Dealing more effectively .. How to remember names

with people' j Leadership
Dale Carnegie O Effective Speaking:
Here IB What Transpired At Monday's
Conducted by STAN WHITLATCH, a certified Dale Carnegie' Instructor, Trainer of
Meeting Of, The Palm Beach personnel for Americas largest Companies, taught Human Relations in U. S., Central
r America and the Caribbean for the past 9 years and a sought after public speaker. ,
There la no cost or obligation for this valuable and enjoyable 2 hours. Sponsored by
County CommissionThe Florida Institute Inc.

Friday, Feb. 1st, 8 p. m. Belle Glade Civic Center

county commission agreed 10th Ave: 725 N. W. 4th (across from the High School)
this Week to take under study, a Rescheduled the board second
proposed plan for construction of February" meeting for February 20( J
,a' new terminal building at International Instead of Feb. 25 to allow
commission I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I t I I I I f I I I, -:--:+ 4? 4..:.MQk '.M- +:_+++.: "C.J..r:
Airport. members to attend a Tampa
The FAA suggested the commlseion of the State .
meeting Association
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study several terminal plans of County Commissioners. ,
that have already been used for Approved a contract with the < >f" < "

,new construction. The agency also FEC railroad for construction of ar, ,,t.x.
pledged its assistance In helping a grade crossing on county line
the' commission provide better road between Palm Beach and .
terminal facilities. I Martin County-cost to be shared
Commission Chairman E F. Van I by the two counties.
ICessel was voted authority to i Heard that the Vintage Auto
name a committee to study suggestions Club of the Palm Beaches will display
for the new terminal. some 50( antique autos at '

In other action the commission!. John Prince Park on Feb. 2(). fk \, ;
'approved temporary repairs for( Authorized engineer George : t
the' airport control tower rather Frost to work with Boynton Beach
than a complete rehabilitation of officials in an attempt to work out
the tower at this time. If a new plans to improve Se&crest Blvd. .
terminal .U built, plans will include and to work out some< drainage
relocations' of:the tower.In iS ', >' +
problems on the road. \ :
other actions this week the Agreed to study a proposal for t; ; } ,i.

commission: an interim census for the 15th Judicial *rt')1LjJi : ) '(:: '
Agreed to, share cost of an circuit proposed by the bar S '::: ,
$11,000 street improvements program association to( determine If additional : -
with the City of Delray Judges are needed based on \.\
,Beach-a project ta rebuild SB a population count. I .,;>
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Prize Heifer Brings
Paula Jean MillS; small daughter1 i

of Mrs Ann ]Mills of Canal Top Price $10,975

Point, returned home Tuesday
from St. Mary's Hospital where heuser-Busch,1
fthe received treatment for injuries Inc. paid the top price of $10.975 S
,resulting from a freak accident on for a prize heifer at the 10th annual
Lake Santa Fe Ranch Sunshine
Shore Drive January 19.
Sale of Polled Herefords and immediately .

Mrs. R. J. Schroder and her donated it to the Florida
sifter; Mrs. Esther Tiffin of Atlanta Sheriffs Association for their
Ga were guests of relative In Boys Ranch.
Miami over the weekend. August A. Busch III, an An
heuser-Busch executive from St.
Louis, outbid cattlemen from
M throughout the country for the
I highly-pedigreed heifer: The Sheriffs
Association announced that
the heifer would be added
to the
breeding stock at the Boys Ranchit
operates at Live Oak.
; -B: 10 THRU APR ,'iAMPHII Sheriffs .
Ed! Yarborough of Baker

HI /> County Ed Blackburn of Hills-
borough and Jim Turner of Levy
accepted the prize Polled( Hereford
from Busch. + 1 .
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Tension Plaif"i Mrs. Lindrose, Sr., 4' _

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surprise birthday party was
given Monday night, at the Elks
Club for Mrs. Ernest Lindrose, Sr. __
who wax observing1 the 80th anniversary _
of her birthday, by members _
of the Ladles of the Pahokee '
Mrs. J. W. Vann, president of '

st '>f 1 0 Persons the LOPES session, presided which preceeded over the business the ADD A PHONE . ADD A LOT TO LIVINGSave

i-lxl OHMANCtS I.ACMn birthday party. She announced the
7:JO Mb committees appointed to serve for time, steps, trouble. Add exten- details
NOAVB 4 < OP, M the coming jar, on the low cost and lovely colors,
Letters of appreciation were slon phones where your family lives call your Telephone
Business Office
read from the Crippled Children's .

Home at Umatilla for the donation most . bedroom, kitchen, workshop, I ,1'*" S i' .,
-, '. 00 *2 received, and from the local Elks r'
for the $1,000, donated tor remodeling I Florida room, teen-ager's' room. For Southern ( W
Bel I
the kitchen,
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The meeting'was closed<: with ./-1'r"' -
I .ag-4Ritmr
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Friday, February 1, 1983
Pour The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida

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" that will be valuable
Fish SwimsIn Robert Boe and John Hundley,
$10,000 standpoint. fish were I freshman at the University of
So-no 2,000
I PERSONAL NEWS NOTES caus:it in the 1962 Schlitz derby I Florida, Gainesville\ were placedon

: FondaWaters I II for total awards of approximately the Dean's List of honor students
fish for outstanding scholastic
L r $84,000. Two' of the $10,000
work during the first trimester
G. Thomas Jr. resumedher In Miami her 1962 a bass by
.Mrs. J. Sunday visiting TAMPA:Fish in Florida wat were caught In according to word received by Mrs.
classroom duties as teacher of mother, Mrs, Sarah Young, and Ned English of Tampa and a salt
ers will be sporting valuable Hugo Boe, 207 East Main, and
one of the fifth grades in Paho their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. water drum by John Beamon of Mrs. 1251
Mr. and Lloyd Hundley,
kee Elementary School Monday and Mrs, John A. Rogers and money tags again in 1963: with the I Daytona Beach.CLASSIFIED. Bacom Point Road Pahokee. Rob-
of several hlldren drawing up of plans for the new --- I
following an absence
ert and John graduated with honors
(500,000 Florida Fishing THESE
months due to illness.. I ADS IN
Cheryl Belk, small daughter of from Pahokee High School,
Miss Yvonne Thompson arrived Mr. and Mrs. Frank Belk, Airport Derby, the third annual recreation | COLUMNS PAY BIG DIVIDENDS I Class of 1962. '

Wednesday from Stetson University Road, Pabokee, was able to return and Conducted research event.with - - . . . . . . . . . .
DeLand, and is spending the home Tuesday from Everglades the cooperationof M'l'' ' "11111111111"1' .1' U-I II I J I I I . . . . . I I I'
the Fresh
Florida Game and
end-of-semester vacation with her Memorial Hospital where she was
Water FLsh Commission and the
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe' E. treated for pneumonia.Mr. THEATRESP
Florida State Board of Conserva-
Thompson, ISO Annona Ave. and Mrs. C. H. Clark and
tion, the derby Is sponsored and
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. McClure family moved Monday from Canal
financed by the Jos. Schlitz Brew- LAKE DRIVE-IN
spent the weekend with Mr. and Point to Ft. Pierce where they
Mrs. E. E. Bishop In West Palm plan to make their home. ing Co. Patvoko ?ahokee.Be11Cldde Ran 1
Awards In the 1963 derby will
Beach. Dan Padgett of Hamilton, Ohio I -
Mr. and b+frs. Ronald Stanley of arrived In Pahokee Friday and is range from $25 to $10,000.' It will .. t MO FEATURESSCNDA" -
follow in general the pattern of
West Palm Beach were the guests visiting his mother, Mrs. Alice DT()>1Ni1 *V TITEND" ,%t >
the two previous derbies with certain -
Sunday of his mother, Mrs. Dorothy Moran, and other relatives. He will 'UNDAY-MONDItY-TUESDAY FEBRUARY S-4-5
be joined by his wife on Mondayand innovations to provide greater -
: Stanley In Pahokee. FEBRUARY 5-4-5
Incentives to fishermen. "THE
they plan to vacation on Florda's ,
,Mr. and Mrs, Melvin Spooner, East Coast for several days. This year, all uncaught "old"' "THAT TOUCH LANDLADY"OF
owner of the Glades Market, have Julian Branch returned to his fish from the 1961 and 1962 der-

purchased the ridge property on home in Pahokee, Thursday, bies which are brought In will be MINK"GARY KIM NOVAK JACK LEMMOtf

Bacom Point Road, of the late B. he Is convalescing following surg-I I worth at least $2$. And a numberof GRANT, DORIS DAY, AND FRED ASTAIRE

Elliott, and plan to( make their cry at Good Samaritan the "old" fish will be designated GIG YOUNG & AUDREY ALSO-

home there. West Palm Beach, last week. for special conservation :awards MEADOWS "Sail A Crooked Ship"

Miss Linda Woofter, a freshmanat Mr. and Mrs, A. L. Hooks of I of $500 and 1000. It is hoped

Stetson University, DeLand, arrived ClewLston and Mis. Jack Rush and this Innovation will bring in fish 4.III II fM III H4HH I I I -I I I I 1-++++4.N+++.I.t+H

I Wednesday and is visiting children, Jackie and Roger, of
her parents, Mr. and lira. RobertC. Miami, were the guests Monday of ----- - -- -- .

Woofter, 2217 Bacom Point Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Winch, Lake vE !J7''II71flrmlf"1IiiIIITrtr l1ril'Nll 1'1 ,m i il1Phone

Road, for several days: Shore Drive. Canal Point.

Miss Prlscllla. King, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blystone reI I

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald King, left turned to Canal Point Wednesday ) LiI: LJI IWQILW
Saturday to stay with her grand- after spending a week with rel- ,

mother, Mrs. Earl W. Royer, at lives in New Smyrna Beach. ,I

Baltimore, Maryland where she Mrs. John Hatch returned to'
will enroll in school for the next Pahokee Wednesday from Good 511- Pahokee Phone'WY 6-2550 Belle Glade

semester. Sami rltan Hospital West Palm I II

Miss Alice Elaine Hurt has re- Beach, where she was a medical SALES and SERVICE

turned to her classes at Florida patient for several days.E. .

College of Medical Technology in F. McIlwain, encased in a I Heating Air Conditioning AppliancesUluat&Wft

Miami: following a weekend visit cast from hip to ankle, is recovering -

with her .parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. at home from a freak accident I"LIII.l.IJLIII II"-Vl'I' IJI"-V.III\LII"-V)1"-\LIIW111
F. Hurt. In which his right leg was 111.l11"a

fractured, Sunday morning, while
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Mr.. and'Mrs. Axel Jensen of --- -- - ---- -----------
he was enroute to church.
West Palm Beach visited their
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Horace lIartie111 i

Mrs Ralph Crews and family In and sons, Mark and Scott, of Lake j 1
Wales, were guests last week of
Pahokee,._Jpr several days, last .
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
week. '
G. Boynton In Canal Point, and her ', / < .
Mr, and Mrs. J. D ; .,
Rogers spent
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Mr. '
I parents, and Mrs. J. R. Faulkin '." t '"" .' C, "

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SEE In '63FLORIDA Among those from out of town

who attended the funeral in Pa Risot

rt.j.f hokee, last Saturday morning for -

Warren Hansford (Ford) Cochran

I were Warren Cochran, Herscher, ..
, III; Staff Sgt. Claude Cochran. r

STATE Fort Huachua, Arizona: Mr., and 196 .:
Mrs. Earl Crossman, Plantation; '

Mr, and Mrs. Bunny Caves, Mr. rOT :: ,

and Mrs. J. E. Cochran, Jr., Mr. .. ,>

and Mrs. Russell Horn, Mrs.. ,

FAIR Roscoe Williams, and Mrs. Amy '

Saiidena all of Homestead, and } <_ d
Mrs. Sadie Barwick of Miami. -t".Qit1 '
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__r d GepnlU, Pirate Invasion

-T3... 5-16 TAMPAflortdo'l George Young, Manager of the :

I Glades Livestock Market since titMsrJZ: \ .

Sel:; Created Annual AlIraclten 1950, has submitted his resignation ,
with its N.w leokl effective January 21st.

Mr. Young has purchased the :3QD : ::i : : ,
'Seel the 1 7th annual, Florida Electrkal Rictu Motel which he will jnan-

Espocillon-th. Plaid In- gae sSivweirji3"cont&iuejm hlsn&f .' ,.
: : .
/ iIP!
1ern lenal! Center. the IntergallenalOrtktd ; "
( ? Business
estate JbrokeTa] e from ,.I'
and Ass.ricas)1blicvSJlows, ,, atW.motef I .
his : viJ
and! the Jurled! Art sad Gain fa Jhibtlten office k kL ,. hllo\s' "
In sew lettlngil SH Owarter ' ,

*lIHei..j.r Act.; Show Ratet.-new Dairy this real and .liflC ...lcr NOTICE W ANNUAL MEETING: '" 1IA /T I .''0" lne' 't1\u\\\\U", ,,. at\G, : :
', -..... ..... "..". Or LANDOWNERS OF t\ sr
PAHOKEC DRAINAGE DISTRICT heGk.un'be' ,,a t\d1eREp Ythat I t ;
'sletr' Carl miln-.'MgSow.sce" Notice U hereby given that pursuantto
ol 'tassel call of the Board of Supervisors of cann3'o\
Country wuile Kitty W.IIs"Cases e a\\-
of AIII"leo' Folk Singer (1\ )
annual meeting of the landowner of heaP
,'.1| Grand 01. Opry .10.- PAHOKCB DRAINAGE: DISTRICT for \cetci' .
Johnny and Jack -pl.i tka Tennettee the year 1903. mil be held _t the officeof 'rrre\ theAd 11e
Mountain' loytl ',".ory' said District In the Bamin Building
5.101See at Canal Point Palm Beach County.
Florida on Monday, February U, 1963, (
Hunkane Hell Driver In tore at 1:30: o'clock In the forenoon for the
nhn TWENTY crashing, crvnchlng purposes of;
.Avis Thrill attil I SEE the Great 1. meeting one Supervisor for a
'.>.*. ,er'or. sesiationalsots on term of three yean.
wire and polel 'HnlOf1.161| 2. Receiving annual report and
taking such action with respect
thereto a. the landowner
O66 may
lei raw) and Nosy Ford-
determine and
tecordlng Stem-knows
3. Transacting such other business
'the world over for their multiple, a* may come before the meeting
voka and guitar, recardlngil FebMl BOARD OF SUPERVISORS I
F. t'ConkUng, "t
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Friday, February 1, 1963
The. Evergl&des News Canal Point. Florida r.ce "..
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Adeline Wroten Is I Kennedys Entertain JeanineMockTo HOME FROM ARKANSAS I Tent Revival fHas----
Hi and Mrs. J. A. Culllson and
Vesper Choir Group
I little Miss Terry Lynn Wilson have

Worthy Matron I Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kennedy i Wed David Ramey returned to Pahokee from a plane Good Attendance
trip to Cash, Arkansas, where
entertained members of the
Mrs Adeline Wroten of Pahokee Vesper they spent two weeks. Terry Lynn
was elected new worthy matron Choir of the Pahokee Methodist Miss Jeanine Mock has announced who is the daughter of Mrs. Betty Evangelistic services are being

and Harlan Sears of Canal Point. Church at their home, 1797 Bacom plans for her marriage to DavidW. Wilson, and the granddaughter of I conducted nightly In a tent nearthe
worthy patron of Pahokee Chap. Point Road, following choir practice Ramey, which will be an eventat Mr and Mrs. I. G. Thompson
enjoyed Kwik Chek store
tec 184, Order of Eastern Star, at Sunday night. The choir is the Fiiat Baptist Church In in Belle
playing the
the regular meeting held In the composed of some thirty membersand hokee., riding horseback while snow in Ark-I'Glade by Evangelist E. J. Daniels.
Masonic Hall Thursday night. The is directed by Charles E. Guthrie Colvard will perform the ansas. Attendance has been good.
current officers, Mrs. Florrie Nix. (Chuck) Elliott. double-ring, candlelight ceremony. I Services begin nightly with a

worthy matron, and Homer Bar -- Miss Mock has chosen as her attendants .. I special program for,boys and girlsat
nes, worthy patron, presided her sister, Miss Marilyn 7:15. Dr. H. H. Murphy, retired .
The other officers elected were BANK CASHIER HURT WHEN Mock of Pahokee, maid of honor; Adult Course j physician, donate his time to
Mrs. Eunice Hughes, associate HIS OAR RUNS OVER HIM Mrs. Richard P. Korbly. Jr., of St. conducting the services for those

matron; Perry Sizemore, associate'patron Petersburg, matron of honor; Mrs. In between the ages of ,412. He uses

; Mrs. Jenny McKinstry.l i Gene McRwaln is In a cast witha bridegroom-elect Hugh G. Miller,, III of, sister of the I Bookkeeping I two gospel dummies as well as
secretary; Mrs. Jessie Barnes, broken Rockledge, gospel magic to assist him In giving
leg as the result of I
an Mrs. John
treasurer; Mrs. Annette McCurdY, Thompson and Miss Bible! stories to the children.
;j accident when his I An evening adult
own In
1 car ran over Cyndy Friend both of Pahokee course I
conductress; Mrs. Peggy Sizemore,j I him. Gene and his son-in-law were bridesmaids Miss Karon Brush-up Bookkeeping will be offered ALso at 7:15: : Dr. Daniels speaks
associate conductress, and H. C.I ,
to the i'Love
teenagers on Courtship

doing some work on the car and cousin of the bride-elect, of Paho at the Belle Glade High .
Graham sentinel. "
had it parked on an Incline. Inadvertently kee and Miss Terry Davenport of School starting next week.accord- and Marrlaje. These services
The public la invited to attend '
I held in a special 'TeenTent"
the installation movement of the car Brandon will serve as flower girls Ing to Kenneth F. Johnson, Direct
new officers ceremony for the caught Gene and crushed his leg. Jon Mock, brother of the bride- or of Vocational Education for the have attracted as many as
which will be held
.Monday, Feb. 18.CLASSIFIED. I The genial cashier of the Bank of elect, of Pahokee will be ring bear- county. 500 young. people in some crusades -
. Pahokee only a few months ago er. This course In Brush-up Book
underwent serious surgery In a George B. Ramey of Pahokee keeping will be taught by A. R. One of the outstanding attractions
ADS PAY West Palm Beach hospital from of the crusade is the showing
will be his son's best man. Servingas Grigsby and will start next Tues
BIG DIVIDENDS which he had recovered. ushers will be Rupert Mock._ Jr.__.. day. The prerequisites for persons nightly of a.. color_ movie. Commencing
. brother of the bride-elect- of Tucson entering this course are the Be- at 7:30, these movies depict '
-- --- -- --
----- -- -- Ariz., Hugh O. ginning the tory of Christ from his
Miller, III, Bookkeeping course or experience
brother-in-law of the bridegroom in bookkeeping. Persons birth through his life. The musical '

elect, of Rockledge, John T. Plck- interested in enrolling in the class program, featuring Lowell Lelst-
16th ANNUAL CIRCLE-T RANCHROO ett of Fort Myers and Richard should register in the bookkeeping ner, music director, and John Bos,
Smith of Memphis, Tenn. room at Belle Glade High School organist, begins at. .7:45.BIRTHS: .
Nuptial music will be furnished Tuesday evening. Instruction will
by Mrs. Sheppard Pitts of Belle follow registration. There is no

Glade, organist, and Mrs. Hugh tuition fee; however there is a

Branch of Pahokee, vocalist. I small registration1 fee and students Mr. and Mrs. Bob Harris of
The reception following the ceremony i must furnish their own supplies. West Palm Beach announce the

will be at the home of Mr. This instruction Is part of the birth of a son on January 29, afc '
and Mrs. Rupert Mock, parents of School Board's program of Vocational Good Samaritan Hospital West'
the bride.elect, 971 East Main St.., Education for adults sixteen I Palm Beach. (This Is the fourth' ,

Pahokee. No formal invitations are years of age or over who are not son for Mr. and Mrs. Harris) Mr.
being issued locally, but all friendsof regularly enrolled in high school. and Mrs. Delmar Hooks of Canal
the couple are invited to both Classes are tentative to a minimum Point are the maternal grandpar
the wedding and reception. enrollment of fifteen persons. ents.

. Anyone wishing further information Mr. and Mrs. John A Roger ot, .

W.S.C.S. on these classes may call Miami, announce the birth of, an
Group Meet Vince! Marquess at WYman 6-5553: :I: 8 lb., 9 oz. daughter, Mary Lucille,
Held Tuesday NightThe between the hourse of 3 and 5 p. at North Shore Hospital, on' Jan. f/

--...._.-. m'l uary 18. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rogers
W.S.C.S. of Canal Point VISITS IN GEORGIA of Pahokee, are the paternal "

Methodist Church met at the old Miss Faith Sasser, a senior at grandparents. P-X. .

parsonage Tuesday night. The Stetson University, DeLand, left ,"j"
meeting was opened with a pray. Tuesday to spend several days of
er by the president,< Mrs. Leonard her between semester vacation Billy Plumer, a student at buke

Maxson. Mrs. Boyd Vorheea was in with Miss Sandy Ivey in Forsythe, (University, Durham, N. C., spent

SEE AMERICA'S MOST DANGEROUS SPORT charge of the pp>gram "Lord, Georgia. .. I the week with his parents, Mr.
Teach Us To Pra ". She was as A. and 1IW, S. PJumer, 2360'East

stated' by Bonnie Miller, Becky I CLASSIFIED ADS PAY Main, following the completion of
FEB. 9&10 Kepp, Maxine Maxson and Lavinia I BIG DIVIDENDS I mid-term examinations.
Parker. A solo, "When I Kneel toPray"

was sung by Mrs. Pope

RODEO BOWL INDIANTOWN. FLORIDA The meeting was dismissed with MEN 21 TO SO WANTED
prayer by Mrs. W. E. Blackwell. NOW FOR SPECIALIZED TRAINING

Refreshments were served by the MEAT PACKING INDUSTRY
hostess, Mrs. E. F, Hollon.

... LIVESTOCK: BUYERS: (Cattle, Hop. Veal Lamb) ORDER BUYERS.if-
YOU at the Chain Markets), Wt prefer men having torn fartl : or-
I livestock background, willing to learn, work> bard for top jecuritr, ad.Yllioement. .'
Miss Routh Colvard, a freshman Higher Paring Position In this Important Oronlng InduitryTot '.
FakulwsAll at Stetson University in DeLand, Interview with company executive, write Name, Age Addrew, WHY
arrived you should be considered for a career. Tj V
Wednesday and is visiting
Hew her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie NATIONAL INSTITUTE: OF MEAT PACKING 1
r Colvard, following the completionof 428 Ureetock charge Bldg U. S. Yard, Chicago 9,,111.
mid-term examinations

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aouNtwnr.. nOS WOO("'ifr7. tOU1'l. 1"Sorry,( O Minors { :!l.' ,- :

LI II wen"oN IavED e l Ina Will Be In Shop Monday, Wednesday, Friday

Has Attended Advanced Classes
--- ---- Hair Cutting

High Styling Classes. . Comb And Brush School

No Money DownThe H I 1 1 ; 1 1 > K-H 1 II e 1 1 m I i > I M i M.+.; M i II i 1+++HIM m e III H-HHH-+.

Hi Styling . Razor Cutting . Coloring . Cold Waving .
House of Your Choice
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,' :; Tints $5 ,Loving Care $4 Glamour Shampoo $1 4:
Fast Action

Flowing Oil Wave, Regular $15, Now ............................ $10 :," !i

1 Call or Seer Budget Wave, Regular $10, Now ....................:.:,.._........ $8, ","
;"..,. PAHOKEE PHONE 924-7933 d. .
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V Arbor Day Honors j VISIT a r. and IN 8Tj JUewJj!' = and

' [News:::M :The : Churches JI Mrs.jRberj ilukiaWilson of the Canal Point I I Friends and their weekend daughter Mrs.son;were-,in-la in Merry Richard St.Joined v and Petersburg Ann there daughter Kbrbfy.spent by: ,their with last The Mr.

observed Arbor Day daughter, Miss Cyndy Friend, a
Garden Cub student at Florida State University -
The Methodist Church The Church Of God First Methodist last Thursday by the planting Park of Tallahassee.
Qc\p tie; at, the
Canal Point Florida PahokeeCanal Church Pahokee In memory ----_. -
01 Prophecy, In ,Canal point loving -
,_ Point Road cf the late Mrs. Hulda Wilson. The I
Robert A. Shelley, PastorS Rev. T. C. O'Steen tree was donated by Mrs. C. B. Classified Ads.
ST-mPAY, : John H. Kinard, pastor SUNDAY: Stringari.A -
:0,0 a. m.-Church School 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School; P5.a. m.-Church School brief program was presented
JJQO: a.Uo1'l1lJ1g Worship 11:00: a. nv-Pjeecbiiig Service 11:00 a. tn.-Morning Worship under the direction of Mrs. Arnold WE HAVE HEARD of folks who
0:3Q: p. m.-Youth Fellowship 7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service 6:45 p. m.-MYF II. Scruggs.A have rooms for rent and rooming
7:00 p. m.-:Evening Worship 8:00:; p. m. Tuesday-VJUB. 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship passage of scripture and the houses for rent. A small ad right
8:00: p. jp. Thursday-W.MI5.} here turn the trick. not
))dOTpAX: TUESDAY: poem, "Trees" by Joyce Kilmer, might Why
3J6: p. vt.-Youth Choir practice Everyone welcome. Special music 7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac were read by Mrs. W. S. Evans. try it? It is a small cost-(1.00 a
'J'm1.1EP$ J: and singing. ticeWEDNESDAY week.
. Mrs. M. C. Carter gave the clos- '
.8.fcO: p. m.-Woman's Society :
ing praper. 'I GOTTA A ROOM for rent? A
1st Tuesday I The Pahokee ChurchOf 7:45: p. m.- Mid-week devotions I
Mrs. Glenn Powell, president small ad in this column will get
dad MONDAY: 8:30: SeniorChoir practice
7.30: p.EsJhe Class meeting The NazareneRev was in charge of arrangements. the job done. It only costs a dollar.

'Wp ISD4Y: I ',._ t jyt: > y . Call, 924-2661.
D. Jones, Pastor
7.3p: { p. m.--:Prayer.!. Meeting' 433 Bacom Point Rd. CallingShower Monday February 4 I WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIR.
Phone 924-7523 P. O. Box $82 I Bulova watches. Radios, Watch
First Baptist SUNDAY SERVICES: Jeanine MockMiss Is Set For WSCS Meet bands. Clocks. Fishing and hunting

9:45: a. m.-Sunday School licenses. Greyhound and Trailways
Church, Pahokee 11.00 a. m.-Sunday Worship Jeanine Mock, brideelectof The February meeting of the ticket agency. CANAL POINT'
6:30: p. jn.-Juniors David W. Ramey, was complimented ! Woman's Society of Christian Service SPORT SHOP, Phone 924-7787. :

SUNDAY, 7:00: p. m.-Sunday Evening I with a 'calling shower, of the Pahokee :Methodist: N23ch.
8:45: -Sunday School. Evangelistic Service Thursday, January! 31, from 7 to Church will be held Monday, Feb-
11:00 : Maytag Range
: -Morning Worship
WEDNESDAY: 4, at 8 m. in the churchsanctuary
10 p. m., at the home of Mrs. ruary p. used little, bargain. Phone
6:15-Training Union 7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer very
7:30: Evening Worship Lewis Friend, 1350 East Main with the president, 924-7600.
meeting Street, Pahokee. Mrs. R. F. Hurt, presiding. Mem-
WEDNESDAY. "Where you are a stranger but Hostesses with Mrs. Friend bers of the Vena Mae Schroder FOR SALE: New and used Wtly
7:30-Prayer. .Service. once. were Mr .George Tucker, Jr.; Mrs. Circle will present the program, Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage
. Roscelle Wilson, Mrs. Wilma Alley entitled "What Shall We Tell Our in Belle Glade, Phone 8058.
Canal Point Christian Science Mrs. Eugene McIlwain, Mrs. Children About Race?" Oct. 17- 4-ch.

William D. Howar, Mrs. Roland .. HELP WANTED Borden's
Baptist Church : DairyIs
Group Of Canal PointThe Long, Mrs. Leon Spooner, Mrs.
accepting applications for a
Earl Maxson and Mrs. Lewis J. Mrs. Agnes Simonson of Girard,
SUNDAY: divine answer to humanity'smost Fraser.In Ill. arrived last week for an extended Route Man. Age 25-45. Married
\ 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School perplexing problems will be the receiving line with the visit with her son and I and Bondable. Minimum guarantee
11:00 daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. commission salary. Call Belle
a. m.-Morning Worship stressed in a Lesson-Sermon on honoree were her mother, Mrs.
6:30: p. m.-.Training Union "Love," to be heard this S\uiday. Rupert Mock, Mrs. George Ramey, B. Simonron and family. R'I Glade 6-3:76. J25-3tch

., 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship Highlighting the Bible readingswill mother of the bridegroom-elect,
WEDNESDAY: be this from I John and Mrs. Friend. All wore white
passage ,
irttw\'ryftmwtttiea rll7\1i'/\11Irnli'/\'II lllrnl1TI'IIIT'I \m'ltl\1! ITII
to' 7:30: p. m.-Prayer Meeting (4:7)): "Beloved, let us love one orchid corsages, gifts of the host
. ..
t i. another: for love is of God; and esses.A .
Church Of God every one that loveth is born of I motif of red and white, in
God, and knoweth God." i keeping with the Valentine theme, Monday Cattle Sales
Barfield Highway From "Science and Health with was used in decorating and in the .
'I Key to the Scriptures" by Mary refreshments. The table was laid
ffe Pahokee, Fla. Baker Eddy this citation will be with a white cloth interwoven with 4re regularly] held at the Glades Livestock Market
J. W. Hughes, Minister read (p. 340)): threads of silver and centered withan
'( \: Phone 924.3736 "One infinite God, good, unifies arrangement of silver foliage, which is owned and operated by more than 120
SUNDAY men and nations; constitutes the tuberoses and red roses. The scene Florida'll .
: 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School brotherhood of man; ends wars; was lighted, by silver candles In 1-
I ,+;:11:00 a. m.--Morning: Worship fulfills the Scripture, 'Love thy silver candelabra, and silver trays enjoy the excellent' service you receive here
7:30: p. Evangelistic Ser neighbor as thyself;' annihilates end crystal punch bowls were usedin ajt this Market. We snake an effort at all times to give

vicetYESDA pagan and Christian idolatry serving. an ,outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give usa
Y: whatever Is wrong in social, civil, Orchid plants in full bloom were trial.
.7:30: p. m.-Prayer Service criminal, political, and religious displayed in the Florida room
THURSDAY: codes; equalizes the sexes; annuls where the gifts were arranged. U ,ct n II 1.1.: JJ,IU
I 7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ the curse on man, and leaves no- White net caught with red bows
Service thing that, can sin, suffer, be punIshed and tiny sprays of lily of the valley SALES EVERY MONDAY AT J p. m,
. or destroyed." decorated the gift tables.
Mrs. Ray Welker of St. Paul,
St. Peter's Lutheran .a. Minn: Mrs. John Thompson, Mrs. Glades Livestock Market

Church Belle Glade Presbyterians In Peter Newton and Mrs. John Star
ling alternated in assisting with
'M.... Centuries-Old Rite the guest book. ASSOCIATION
August Koerber, Pastor Among the lovely presents received On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
|501 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade' ST. ,PETERSBURG a cen-' by the bride-to-be was a Phone }yy3028!
SUNDAY \ George Yojpg, JfanagerlAmmmmiajs&mmmmm
: turies-old rite, woven around the sterling! sliver cake knife in her
Divine Services 11 A. M. solemn academic procession, Dr. chosen pattern, "Buttercup", a
School 9:45: A. M. gift from the hostesses. \Jjll iJil.llli 'J"' .
William H. Kadel was Inauguratedas 1111lJII\LI III.VI J.I7.:1 :\\
. ,
;. the first president of Florida; .. .. _
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HolyNativity Presbyterian College. :

President Kadel added a touchof .
; Church "
Episcopal. the theatrical to the occasion
Pahokee when he ''stopped In the midst of

Rev. L. Leasing, Vicar. his acceptance speech to introduce WE'RE LOOKING FORWARD TO. . .
SUNDAY: his frl end Dr. ,Samuel H. Forrer,
fonder Detroit' pastor and. now a
$;j:10 a. m.-Sunday! School \ '"
,31:00 a. m.-';Vorship Service residents pf Lakeland.! Dr. Forrer Great
.,.,. . '' were theiij# donating announced:+kiLanguage'CenterBunding :the, and his wife' Things ;,.Ip.1963

Canal Point First to the' school which will \ '

'Baptist Church have Dr.a,Glenn vlue of S.$160,000.Dumke, chancellorof .''I '. Ne'v' Sugai(Mills in the Glades are making the ;

I : - the 18 California state colleges,
Elder R. E. Barfield was the inaugural speaker building of many new, homes a must. If you

I SUNDAY 10,00: a.:m.-Sunday School "'----. .. I want that dream home -now is the time to visit ,
i 1100, a. m. Morning Worship
Missionary Group
II 700 p. m.-B. T. C. t : I '. Everglades Federal. It is easier than you think
'8:00,: p. m.-E\ening Worship Five New MembersFive

I WEDNESDAY: ., finance a new home. We are sincerely enthusiastic '
I 7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer new members were present

,I Service at th,.meeting of the Canal point over the 1963 outlook. May we share
2nd, and 4th TUESDAYS: Baptist Woman's Missionary Un- our
7:30: p. m..Ladies Auxiliary ion which was helcj at the church ,
enthusiasm with ?
1 M :Meeting.: Monday night with the president, you
p: . :Mrs.: J. D: Latham, presiding. Introduced

}I St. Mary's Catholic as new members- were 1 II III : I IIIIII I : J II ,. I H.,II J
Mrs. i Lawwnoe St wafj. Mrs. Gyy
I Church Thompson, Mrs. James Gifford,
4r.-Charles Drown f n 4 J Mrs. E. C. EVERGLADES FEDERALSayings
k Father Frands Fennech, Pastor Griffis.
Sunday Mass .- 11:30: a. m. Th!-J11i 10fPNJraAl wfcf presented And Loan Association
:, Confessions, be10re'Mas'i by Mrs. Charles Maxson,
Yr,,and Mrs.: J. W. Vann and Mrs. Alma Nail. I 40 S. W. AVENUE"B" RD'.I% dJ4DF PHONE WY8-Z061
.. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Spooner vi 'Jlr8.- Latham had charge of the ,
Y!'r *id Mr. and Mrs. Claud an&1 prayer calendar and gave the closing -I I I
,i Fort Lauderdale, ,last weekend. prayer. ,,' r ''''' -... ........_ .' ,


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Pare Eight The Everglade! News, Canal Point. Florida Friday, i

Glaftg&YoungstersContinued' "' j grand champion and reserve grand :Echo" that received the ,reserve PTA,
-I champion In this class. I l grand champion award.In bon.Jol.n Causey, Sr. of Belle Glade,
' The yearling heifer shown by the Grade Jersey class, the Associate County Agent and Kent Program
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I Walter Webb of Canal Point In the heifers shown by Walter and Allen Price! of West Palm Beach, A"lst- -
John Mills, Bruce Mills and
Grade Holstein class, won a first I II Webb received grand champion ant County Agent, assisted the The February
Anthony Olson, of Pahokee, all re- (
ceived second award ribbons. In I award ribbon. Other youth of Canal -. and reserve champion awards, J young people in preparing for the Canal Point -
who showed heifers In and the heifers shown showing of their livestock at the I
the fat steer class, the steer shown ( Point :, respectively I sedation will be
that received second Wanda and Webb received Fair.
this division by Larry
by Mead Maxwell, Pahokee FFA I night in the school
I place award ribbons were Wanda I I second place ribbons. Larry The calves and heifers shown at I
member, received a second place
award.In Webb, with "Black Beauty;" Kan- I also showed a junior yearling heifer the Fair by the youth of Belle 8 p. m., with the
di McCall, with "Kandl's Katy- I in the Grade Brown Swiss class Glade and South Bay won many W. B. McCall :
the Palm Beach County I
Youth Dairy Show, "Roselawn's Did;" and Larry Webb, with that won third place. additional awards. I er's Day program will
Allen Webb showed two I and charter members
"Blaze. Teddy McCall of Canal Point
Best Lady, a Junior yearlling
heifer, shown by Susan Bitting of yearlings, "Spotty" and "Little showed a heifer calf In the regis- Mr. and Mrs. George Mills, 2586 ciation will be. .
Canal Point, won a first place Heart" that received third place tered Jersey division that receiveda SW 14th St., had as their guests,
award In the registered Dutch ribbons.In scond place award, and Mike Friday night, her mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. G.
Belt class.] The heifers previously the registered Holstein division McCall showed a senior heifer calf 'I Roscoe Williams and her aunt, I as their recent
mentioned as shown by Peggy and Kandi McCall showed a junior "Airport Dade Wonder Sal" that Mrs. Amy Sanders, both of Home ; brother, Seaton
Oren Bitttlng, also won awards of yearling heifer," Lucky Cash-Mar received second place award rib- stead. I II I I tow.

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