The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
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Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
February 7, 1964
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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).

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22,000 Acres Signed Up Recently Looking Toward Huge Mill


W. A. Keen Is Better Tiny Fishing: Village of Two Decades Ago :
Plant Is
Rupert Mock Heads Sewerage
After Long IllnessW. More Recently Has Been Making Good In

Local Heart Drive Lions Club TopicAt Vegetable Production. Now Comes An-

A. Keen, long-time Pahokee other Era-That of Cane Growing- WhichIs
resident, is able to be out of his
Rupert Mock of Pahokee will home and visit his familiar hauntsin the February 4 meeting of Expected To Give Additional Impetus 'to

head the' 1961 "Heart Days for Pahokee after an illness that the Pahokee Lions Club, Mayor Growth of That Collier County Section of
Business" Jerry Thomas, Heart lasted several weeks. Mr. Keen, 1
Duncan Padgett introduced Glenn
Campaign Fund Chairman an several weeks ago, fell: and South Florida.
pounced today. This drive is a can- wrenched his back severely and Bradley, engineer for Gannett, I
commercial was in the hospital for several Flening, Corddry and Carpenter, ,
vas of local, and pro One of the biggest and highest-
fessional offices by local Heart weeks. Followiing that time he who discussed the proposed sew- Miss Velma Williams capacity sugar mills In the world'
volunteers which gives every businessman spent several weeks at his home age treatment plant in Pahokee. Signally HonoredMiss may be erected at Immokalee, if
an opportunity to contri- recuperating. His many friends City Attorney Ralph O. Johnson present hopes and plans of farmers
bute to the Heart Fund. will be happy to know that he is assisted Mr. Bradley in answering Velma Williams; daughter in that area materialize and the
Mr. Mock'''said, "Because 54 per- able,to be out and around again. questions in regard to the plant of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. (Jake) Williams federal government doesn't slap on
cent of all deaths under the ,age -1 - mt It.was noted that there will be a of Bacom Point in Pahokee sugar quotas again, before the
of .65 years are caused by heart Barfield straw vote held on February 25 to has been signally honored at Mer- movement can be realized.
disease' this program deserves the HighwayIs determine the desires of the resi- cer University at Macon (.'.a. :Miss During the past two decades the }
attention of every American able dents in regards to the sewage Williams was chosen as one of tiny fishing village of Immokalecr
to contribute time or money. Hospital SiteRecent plant. eight young women to represent in Collier county has grown into
"One out of every two deaths! in Frank, Rozelle, past president, the university in a beauty contestin one of the outstanding vegetable
the United States is caused by inducted new member Lewis Col- which "Miss Macon" will oe producing centers in south Florida.
diseases of the heart and blood decision of the -PahokeeHospital lins. Mr. Collins is in business chosen. Miss Williams is a graduate Many Glades brokers and growers
I vessels-more than 900.000 each ,Board to purchase 10 with his father, Minter Collins, at of Pahokee High School. have been in close' touch with the
year. 'acres on Barfield Highway as :a Collins Furniture Store. . fast growing vegetable area and
About one-fourth of these site for the new hospital has been The.-'Lions will hold their 25thanniversaryt'Ladies"Night several..of,them areftnancfftUy"fnterested -' .'
.. deaths. occur *.ink4k the* <*. mmewide3yby.:.*taxpayersand ( on February *: I Funeral ServicesDr. In,that section of Florida.
group, the prime. of life.," More citizens of the Canal Point- I 25'at 7:30: p. m. in the Lions Immokalee during the past few
money .is needed to help research Pahokee section. : Club Building. The speaker will be E. W. BrandesFuneral years has come to the front as a
scientists who are looking to find The present site of Everglades! International] Director of Lions, watermelon producing area and
the means of preventing heart. di- Memorial hospital is entirely too A. K. Donovan of Falls Church melons from, the area have been

sease. small for future expansion. Should Virginia. .. . services will be held first on the market throughout
"Heart disease is your No. 1 officials have decided to build on America. Fortunes have. been
health enemy. Your Heart FundIs the present location much dissatis today (Friday) for Dr. E. W. made and lost In the melon vent
your No. 1 defense. Please give faction and setbacks would: have Blue, Gold Banquet Brandes of Canal Point and Palm ures because of the fact that:
all you can when a volunteer callson been experienced. The move to Beach who died suddenly Monday necessary drainage wasn't avail.
you." Barfield Highway was a wise one. Honor Cub ScoutingThe morning from a heart attack in his able for those who wanted to get
This is the third consecutiveyear The lO-acre area on Barfield Palm Beach home. Burial will be rich quick' growing melons.
Mr. Mock has been: ,chairmanof will give the hospital'':district of- in Arlington National Cemetery. Now comes another stage in the
the business drive ,in Pahokee. ficials plenty of room !'for the new Pahokee 'Cub Scout Pack Dr Brandes had been head path growth of ,the ,Collier county, :area
For the past two years he: has structure and enough room for any 623 met Tuesday, January 28, at ologist and chief of the Sugar DIvision surrounding Immokalee that
been on the,board of directors of future expansion. The present hOs- the Woman's Club. Elmer Upthe- of the Bureau of Plant of planting and growing sugar
the Heart Association of Palm pital can easily be converted intoa grove was in charge for the first Industry in the U. S. Dept. of cane. Imaginations have been fired
Beach County. nurses' home and should be, be- time as the new cub master. The Agriculture from 1027 until his retirement there by stories from the Glades
Other chairmen in this area are: cause of the housing shortage for Theme for the month is "Family in 1951. Then he moved where good money, has been made:
Mrs. Joe* Tom Boynton, Heart experienced nurses who must in Alert". Skits were presented by with his family 'to Canal Point during the past couple of years by:
Sunday Chairman, Pahokee; Mrs. large number come from'outside dens one, two and three and den where he was private consultantfor new'cane'growers. At a recent
Billy Rogers South Bay; Mrs. the Glades area. four was in charge of the opening several 'large sugar industries. meeting of,, vegetable farmers'
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Mark ChaUancio,.. Heart": Sunday flag ceremony.On Survivors include his widow, there.enthusiasm was built to a
-- Chairman, South Bay;"Mrs. James display were various articles Mrs. Grace Newbold Brandes; fever/pitch by. fabulous stories
s A. Gray and Mrs. Arthur Levy. PTA, Awards Made made by 'the CUb Scouts during: a daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Gold- coming out of, the. Lake Okeechobee -
Heart Sunday Chairmen in Belle the past: :month. The .attendance faden, Greenbelt Md.; a"son., : Region anent .w..cane.;
Glade; Mrs.. Nathan Bolton, Lake AtFebruaryMeet'Tlie : flag for the:.month'was! won by Major William F. Branded, Be Vegetable, farmers at" the meet-
:J'Harbor; Roy Klmberly Chairman : den one; the good banners theada, Md.; five grandchildren ing',eI gned- on the" .dotted,,,line togrow"2ZooO
'r- of Hole-In-Ori..Golf Tournament; .,, > , 'den.: four 1)4) j the..awardaa.:; plaque, and-one'great-grandson. : ; acres of cane and talk
'V ;Mrs.- ,EX! FV%'Mixson ;Chairmeor of Canal Point P.' T.; A.: met den two - was bruited about in regard to the"
the Glades Heart Ball at the Pa Monday night, February 3, at 8:00p. : Announcement was made of the world's largest and, highestcapacity -
hokee Elks, Club on February 29. m. in the school cafeteria with annual Blue and Gold Banquet to Chamber OKehs cane grinding mill. However
and Mrs. D. L. Hooks, chairman of W. E. Blackwell presiding. Rev. be held in the Community Buildingat when costs were placed before
Canal Point. M. M. Homilton, prin- Sexton HaIl, pastor of the Gladed the Glades Park-'Canal Point, those in attendance the enthusiasm -
cipal of East Lake School, is Baptist Church Pahokee.gave the Tuesday, February 25,. in observance Sewerage FacilityThe was dampened 'a 'bit as they ,
chairman in the Pahokee Negro devotionals.The of the anniversary of the learned that "all was not gold
area. . room count was won by founding of Cub Scouting. Pahoke- 'mber of Commerce that glitters" 'in the cane Industry
Mrs. Charlotte Walstons' fifth Cub Scout. leaders and parentsof met Monday night, Feb. in the Lake Okeechobee 'Region.
Lampi's Band Will grade. Rev. Robert Shelly Intro- the Glades District, Gulf Stream 3. R. F.' Hurt president, presided. Whethef .oz""'not the dreams are
duced Bill Moss who presented Council will hold a meeting Mayor Duncan Padgett and City realized depends a whole lot upon
gifts of New Testaments to the Thursday at 7:3O p. m. at the Pa Attorney Ralph Johnson introduced what happens,within the next few
Play Concert Feb. 9 parents with the most children, hokee Chamber of Commerce of a resolution to vote yes for the weelu..peed cane must be planted
Mrs. Colman) Connley and to Mrs.A. fice. Edward Culberson was named proposed sewage collection and now.''i d,\\already one grower :Is
'''R. Harrington for the most treasurer of Pack 623 to fill treatment facility to the Chamberof putting:; i".too;acres of cane to b?:
Robert O. Lampi's 5O-piece Pa- years of service ((19 years). He the vacancy left by the resigna- Commerce board of directors. used for'seVd/"Others are expected
hokee High School band will present also recognized the past presidentsof tion of C. R. Wetherington. The board indorsed the resolutionand to foJJow.' ult:immediately. Especially
its first public concert of the the PTA and other officers at- - it was signed by presidentHurt. ( since President Johnson recommended )
season in the Pahokee high school tending.Mr. HOME FROM PUERTO RICO to,the Congress recently -
auditorium at 3:30: p. m. Sunday, Moss spoke on //Church. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Shirley The board also recommendedthat that cane quotas be held off for
February 9.Numbers. ''I School and Home and the part it have returned from a two week J I citizens of Pahokee vote yes another! year.KENTUCKY.
will 'include Cofield's. takes in the molding of our child- vacation to Puerto Rico, St. Thomas at the straw vote to be held February . .
"Trumpets Ole" by the cornet section ren." Islands and Jamiaca. They also 25.Other. VISITORSMr.
Von Suppe's "Donna Juaxiita The Founders Day theme! was attended the' National Concreteand guests at the meetingwere and Mrsl: Mrrvin Crady have
Overture." a required selection for carried out in the refreshments Masonry convention in Atlantic E. C. Mapp director of the as their guests her mother and
Class CC bands in the forthcoming served after the meeting with 'a City. South Florida Fair for this area father, Mr. and Mrn. Irvin Sprowls
1964 district and state contests; founders day cake and punch. Refreshments . who gave some of the results of of Buffalo, Ky Also visiting over
and "La Perichale" by Offenbach- were 'served by Mrs. Mr*. Paul. Tillery is supply the fair and Raleigh Goldlnger of the 'Weekend was their daughter,
Lawrence, an optional contest se Betty Huddle Mrs. Robert Anriet- teaching for Mr*..,Broolui Henderson St. Petersburg: who Im in the-,pro and, family, air; end, Mrs. ,Harry
lection. ta and Mrs. Willis Hoyle. who has been ill at.bome. cess1 of making a new city map. Sheppard of Lake_ Park.. ..:.$.' .

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Friday. February 7, 196
Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida ,
[Altar Society Plans Pahokee W3V1U Meet
Local Youths Win
L Held Tuesday 1. 'M.
.. Dinner On Feb. 29

tI', Poultry 'Exhibits The St. Mary Altar Society had. The Pahokee-First Baptist WMU
r regular monthly meeting on Wed members met at the church Tuesday -

Recent awards won in the South, nesday night January 29th Modecki at the in I February 4 at 9:30 a. m: for
home of Mrs. Charles
Florida Fair and exposition for Pahokee. their regular monthly meeting.Mrs. .

I poultry were as follows: Walter A definite date was set for tins E. B. Gamble president call-
Webb Turkeys 1 blue ribbon 1 Cuban pork dinner to be held on ed the meeting to order with a call
red ribbon. Rhode Island Red
Hall in to prayer.
February 29 at the Parrish
Pullets Allen Webb; 7 red, 3 white; Belle Glade, with Mrs. Gladys The program was presented by
>,; Dicky Strayer 5 blue 4 red 1white Estebon in charge of the food. Mrs. Guthrie Colvard entitled "The
; Nancy Harrington 4 blue and passedto Chaplain and His Work." She was
It was also voted on
9 red 2 white; Ross Harrington meeting a assisted by Mrs. Bill Shirley Mrs.

. The Rardin Building: In Canal Point, Florida 7 blue 6 red. .. .. I'' week have'earlier the February on February 20th. Wiley Tillis Mrs. Lee Wrpten and

After the business meeting, Mrs. Marvin Crady.
:, THE ,LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF Moon Circle receivedthe
! The Lottie
Mrs. Etta Friend I I Father Fenech gave a very inte-
Mrs. Gamble
resting talk on The Importance Of Attendance Award. -
r' THE EVERGLADES NEWS Weds .Frank, FriendMrs. :. I' The Holy Euchrist. A social hour announced that the Palm Lake
Associational W. M. U. meetingwill
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without .'Etta Mae Friend and Frank I I' be held at the First Baptist

Interruption Every Week for Nearly 40 Years Friend were united in marriage in Dobrow Has Church of Delray on Febraury 13.
Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday a service held in the sanctuary of Cindy Mrs. Claude Shirley announcedthat
the First Baptist Church Tuesday I I Birthday PartyMrs. the mission study will be held
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance
24at :the
February 4. Rev. Guthrie Colvard Monday February
The.:>Everglades E>: News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn officiated. They are at home at I Leonard Dobrow was host- church at 7:00: p. m. The study
Canal.Point Florida as Second Class Matter 437 Bacom Point Road. ess to a birthday party honoring Hook. is entitled."Apogee."
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Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher TO CATTLE SHOW I th birthday Wednesday January HOOSIER VISITORSMr.
James Veal left Tuesday morn 29. Cake and ice cream were served and Mrs. M. C. Carter had'
: ing February 4, for the Florida r to the 20 children attending. as recent guests Mr. and Mrs. C.
, ,Pot Luck Supper Is 1 1 State Fair in Tampa where he will I II The children were treated to pony I C. Kempel of Clear Lake Ind. and
,, tea' take part in the cattle show. rides during the party. Mt. Dora Fla.

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Canal Point Garden Club F ., :i:
will meet February 20 at 7:30: p.
m. in the community building' at l' 9
Canal Point for a "pot luck sup {:. LLIllll'

per" with husbands as guests. The: t
hospitality committee ,will serve t

as hostesses. ::& Phone 9245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade
The program will feature Fred
Thorton of Thorton Orchid Nursery
North 'Military' Trail, West .. .

Palm"Orchids"Patterson Beach who will speak on i F .Mme Heating Air Conditioning: Appliances &

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The lone Patterson Circle of the ROBERT W. FULTON /'
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. Williams in Pahokee, February Delray Principal J --
10 at 2:00: p. m. The meeting Is next to iuIIrni'i

, being held 30 minutes early to allow '- Wants PlaceRobert '. your
Mrs. C. B. Jones to present a "
I r, review of as ,much of the book .:' -

"Apogee" as possible.PROPANE. j electrictwasher
W. Fulton 47 year old .

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of Delray Beach Boynton Beach '

" GAS and Boca Raton today announced ; 't a
he will be a candidate for the office
& APPLIANCESDomestic '
of Superintendent of Public ;
&: Commercial Instruction in the Democratic primary -

May 8th. ,r",
Installations "Many wonderful people have "
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I...., been insistent, that I seek this ed. ''.
C SALES AND SERVICE ucational it nw .
office, and is gratify .Mw..wnw. r- --w--1-
ing to know that they feel my
qualifications are eminent for the ins ''Q ;I-Ii

POWER great demands of this important -
position of supervising maintain- a'I

GAS CORP. ing and administrating the Coun- ; I... >k
;: ty Educational Facilities", Fulton' fib 7
said. "Of; course-due to the very Ri
Phone WY6-OS81 South Bay nature of this election, it will be i e .

H necessary for me to obtain.a leave'
of absence: from my present administrative : ; V
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; =- duties at the appropriate r 1'
time".. Fulton added. "To I

be absolutely positive that my I .. ,
present. administrative. duties arein k i s
no',way. connected,ffitli my political -
,, .end a-vorsi we ar" .requesting . I
all of my friend*. 'to contactme t L. '
through two temporary telephone ,
numb: ... in_the West Palm :
Beach,area they may call 833-7000.,

and In Delray Beach 278-2922.: .'l"Y.' .' .. .' I
, Fulton with 10 year of admini- -
" strative experience in Palm Beach AN AUTOMATIC ALL-EUCTMC DRYKR is, a FASTEST; : EVER.! You need fewer clothes for ,
'' 1r County schools, outlined his objectives perfect companion for your: electric washer. growing children-and fewer towels sheets .t (

f'. for the administrativepost : WHAT A TIME-SAVER! Just: pop in,,the clothe., and linen, too-when you can wash and,dry '
that handles 34 million dollars .and Mt the dial. "Instant sunshine" is everything so quickly and conveniently.DRIES .. ,
r:. If per year of the taxpayers money. always at your command. .'. day. or night, BEST. COSTS LESS! Insist on an oB- "-
rain or shine. electric dryer. Free from flame and fume,
WHAT A WORK-SAVERI! Goodbye backacheand needs no flue and can be installed, any- '" f'f'it
i tired feet. No more lifting and lugging where. An all-electric dryer is CHEAPER ) '
:. ,heavy wash basketsto clotheslines and, TO BUY . CHEAPER TO OPERATE! .
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SCHOOL'SOPEN back again. For .
complete washday freedom go all-electric i:-
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less and fumeless heat is,, gentle to your D"v! :r. "sit-down" Electric Ironer and a . .,
clothes. Dries 'em fluffy, sweet-smells.::. .'n! '"".ttst: super-safe Electric Water Heater. "
wrinkle-free. . in billows of warm, clem: a" ', i'-r hot vMter aplenty| without waiting or ,t '
With a flameles all-electric dryer th'd:' :: v...r" nr.: Vncl remember-it's cheaper to go ..
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'k1 jYr ty since 1949 O'Keefe Is a veteranof 1 T r Fashion preached many&9&a&tu&;(*tie .;thb
World War II, attends the Plan Shelley Tells Of I Camp Ground Revivals across the
Methodist Church and is active in Of Woman's ClubMrs. South< and has also been used as
civic and fraternal work and'youth RevivalRev. I exchange Preacher to many large
organizations*' fty;' Lee Wroten was hostess to Coming Northern pulpits. He preacheswith
He resides 1m;his wife Gladys members of the Woman's Club for conviction and authority, and
in Delray,;BeaciMfr their monthly "Coffee Break". Robert Shelley, pastor of you will enjoy him. You will not
want to miss a_single night!
Wednesday February 0 at 9:30 a.
: the Canal Point Methodist chur . ..
: m. The next meeting of the Wom-
PassionPIy Will ans Club will be held February 12. ch, asks a question: "Does your Mr. & Mrs. Perry To
: at 12 p. m. at which time a fashIon life need spiritual lift?" The local
Open February 9 show will be given by mem- minister takes the opportunityto Make Home HereMr.
bers of the Pahokee High School answer the question with the Mr-Jle: R of
e 3 Home Economics class with :Mrs. following statement: "Then look and Perry
LAKE: WALES-Final rehears Doris Lane as narrator. forward to this date-February Ocala, recently moved their trailerto
.,.. lookinj Keens' Trailer Park where they
als are in swing and last-minute 20th. And his reason for :
t y ro; touches are being applied for the STETSON VISITOR toward the date is the fact that a will make their home until summer -
,vK'Ff Mrs. Perry plans to do some
revival will begin at Canal Point
February 9,
Sunday Steve
opening on High, Orlando was the substitute teaching and her hus-
annual winter season Methodist Church.
of the 12th
weekend guest of Miss Yvonne Macon band will be employed with J. W.
3 of the famed Black Hills Passion Rev. Ben Williams from
k yik.1i''F. Thompson and family. Brown, father of Mrs. Perry. They
Play in the Lake Wales Amphi- Miss Thom- Georgia will be the Evangelist
theatre.. pson and Mr. High are students at Rev. William: is a young man but will resume their studies at the
JAMES B. O'KEEFE A non-profit community project, Stetson University in Deland. an experienced Evangelist. He haft University of Florida this summer.

the Passion Play features Josef -

Deputy Clerk Asks Meier, and,renowned a supported cast of Chrlstus 30 by professionalactors more portrayer than- Illllllllllulllllllllllllllll", """""""""Ullllm! 11 ""lIIlIIlIIjllllll"1II1II1111II111II111II1111II111111111111""" I 111111111II1111I1 11I111_1IJ!

Circuit Clerk Jobi area 100'' citizens as extras.of the Lake Wales

f_ Done In old-world tradition but
\ James B. "Gordon" O'Keefe of with dialogue In English, the Pas
Delray Beach, deputy clerk has sion Play Is presented on a stage Service Station
formally announced his candi- S50: feet wide in a natural amphi-
dacy for the Democratic nomination theatre seating 3500. A camel car- _
for Clerk of the Circuit Court avan and mounted Roman soldiers
of Palm. Beach County.In add a touch of realism to this age .
a;statement released this old religious spectacle, which had AND RESTAURANT
:week O'Keefe Bald: Its origin In the Cappenburg Mon-
"Because of the fact that J. astry of Luenen. Germany, in 1242.
Alex 4'rnette, the present Cleric. In 1932 it was brought to Americaby
will not seek re-election, many of Josef Meier of the seventh
i my friends have suggested that I generation of his family to enacta 1 SITEiFOR
i consider running for the office of role in the Play.In .
''r Clerk of the Circuit Court in Palm 1938 the Play was establishedin
f Beach County because of the experience a permanent summer home at
: I have gained in the seven Spearfish, In South Dakota's Black --
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and a half years as an employee of Hills-hence the Play's name. !
Mr. Arnette and as a deputy clerk. In 1953 the Play was transplanted -
t "After due consideration I have to Lake Wales as a winter tour- -
decided to announce my candidacy ist attraction and at the same .

for.._that office.u time, as a source of .wholesomeactivity :Lease
r/' "I reel that the office of Clerk for many 0 local persons
/V\ of the Circuit Court Is one of the and winter visitors as well.
most important ones as it involved! Performances will be given four F; '
great responsibility requiring well times a week through April 19. On .
qualified and experienced person- Tuesday Thursday and Saturdayat = ; ,' 1;; ::.'," 6 . -
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"It Will be my aim to continue twilight performance at 6 p. in. -==
the progressive policies established The customary Good Friday performance t : _
"by Mr. Arnette with his experienced will be given on March ., j k
and well trained staff en- 27, at 7:30: p. m. In addition there = :. .' ; I I. ?LOCATED,. ON
deavcHnp to maintain the enviable will be two special matinee performances (Jj"1,' _=
) position that the Palm Beacn : Wednesday, February
County Clerk's office now holds as 19, at 4:00: p. m., and Wednesday, ; :
one of Jthe most modern complete February 26, at 4:00: p. m. :
and efficient not only in the state Fl Mc'kitySTATE Road =
but in the country."I )FT MYERS VISITORMrs. :
w>y, always strive to give the Frances Rogers, Ft. My-
maximum service with' minimum ers, was the weekend guest of her -
costs..: Mrs. Maxine Pa-
mother Joyce in
He also stated he would resignhis hokee. ( ROAD 717) ::-
present position on or before. .
qualifying time In March., CLASSIFIED ADS PAY
A resident of Palm Beach Coun- BIO DIVIDENDS

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I I '. IL Mews Of The- Churches II n Your Future .

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South Side ChurchOf Canal Point First Holy Nativity I a3 x>

Christ ,Baptist Church Episcopal Church ,

Belle Glade:cross from Elder R. E. Barfleld: I
i Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 SUNDAY: Rev. L. Lossingr, Vicar BulUMSavings Bgnft
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School SUNDAY:
: a. m.- Study
11:00: a. m.-Morning. Worship 10 a. m.-Sunday School
11:00: a. m.-Sermon
6:30: p. m.-B. T. C. 11:00 a. m.-Worship Service :
6:30: p. m.-Evening Service . ;
7:30: m.Evening Worship. -
:i 6:30: p. m.-Wed'. Bible Study p.
TUESDAYS: Church Of God
7:30: p. m.-Choir practice. ,
St. Peter's Lutheran WEDNESDAY: Barf ieW Highway

Church Belle Glade 7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer
Service. Pahokee, Fla.J. r
THURSDAY:-Every other week W. Hughes, Minister 5
August Koerber, Pastor 7:30 p. m.Ladies Auxiliary Phone 924.3736
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade Meeting. SUNDAY:
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School v "
Divine Services 11 A. :M. Church Of Christ 11:00: a .-Morning Worship WWWWWWW ,
School 9:45: A.. :M.. 7:30: p. Evangelistic Ser- Canal Pt. WMU Holds
Classified Ads
125 N. W. Avenue D vice'TUlCSDAY Business MeetingThe -
First Baptist Phone WY 6-3867 :

Church Pahokee Belle Glade, Fla. 7:3O: ,p. m.-Prayer Service general- Program and Business POSITIVELY all want ads or
I SUNDAY SERVICES THURSDAY: classifieds, wish to call
I I meeting of the Canal Point as you
; 7:30j: ) p. TO.-Youth for Christ
Guthrie W. Colvard, Pastor 10:00: a. m.Bible Study Baptist WMU was held Tuesday them, are payable in advance from
SUNDAY' 11:00: a, m.-Morning Worship Service. night February 4th with Mrs. R. this day forward. Don't phone ?em.
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship T. Smith, President presiding over Write it and drop a dollar bill in
WEDNESDAY The Methodist Church the envelope? if you want It run
the business session.
11:00: a. TO.-Morning Worship
7:30 p. m.-Bible Study Mrs. J. S. Atkins was in chargeof once. $2 if you want it run twice
6OO: p. m.-Evening Worship - Canal Point, FloridaRobert and and so on.
6:45: p. m.-Training Union program "The Chaplain
WEDNESDAY: Christian Science His Work" assisted by Mrs. John FOR SALE: New and Used Willys
7:30: p. m.-Prayer Service A. Shelley, Pastor Strayer and Mrs. Edward Rodgers.Mrs. Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garagein
Group Of Canal Point SUNDAY
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i - Smith reminded that the Belle Glade, Phone 6.3058.
10:00 m.-Church School .
a. group will be Host to the WMU Oct. 1754ch.
The Church Of God Man's discovery of the realities 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship quarterly meeting April 17th, also

Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal of "Spirit" will be the theme this 6:30: p. m.-Youth Fellowship that the WMU is sponsoring a Val- IS THERE ANYTHING in the at-
Point Road Sunday at Christian Science chur- 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship entine party February 14th, for all tic you'd like to convert into
ches. MONDAY: adults, with a pot luck supper in cash? A small classified ad in
,I John H. Kinard, pastor Golden Text: "Teach me to do 3:15: p. m.-Youth Choir practice the recreation room.MISCELLANEOUS this column will turn the trick. It
will for thou are God thy costs dollar cash with or-
'. 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School thy ; my ; . only a -
spirit is good; lead me into the 2nd MONDAY: der.
11:00 Service
: a. TO.- Preaching land of uprightness" (Ps. 143:10): ). 7:3O: p. m.-Esther Class meet- SHOWERMrs.
7:45: p. Evangelistic Service Related readings will include this IngTUESDAY Ann McBride Gray was FILLING STATION Site for
8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. lease on Muck, City Road be-
selection "Faith.advanced to
: spir- honored with a miscellaneous
8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. Jtual understanding, is the evi- 8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society1st tween Streamline Quarters and
Everyone welcome. Special music dence gained from Spirit, which TuesdayWEDNESDAY shower in the Canal Point Metho-I Conners Highway. Ideal locationfor

and singing. -- rebukes sin of every kind and : dist Sunday School building at service station and small rest-
establishes the claims of God" 7:30: p. m.-Prayer Meeting 8:00: p. m. .on Feb. 6. Hostesseswere aurant. For full particulars get in
Canal Point (Science and Health with Key to Mrs. Bill Johnson, Mrs. Har- touch with Paul Rardin, Canal

Baptist Church the Scriptures by Mary Baker Ed- First Methodist lan Sears Miss Joyce Sims, Mrs. Point, Fla., or phone 924-2661 be-
dy, p. 23)). Karl Watson Mrs. James Miller, tween 8 a. m. and 5 p. m.
. Church PahokeeJohn Mrs. Pope Sears, Mrs. Dale Stacy,
Lawrence Stewart, HAVE YOU decided to clear out
SUNDAY: Martha Ann 'McBride A. Briley, Pastor Mrs. Sonny Young. the attic and advertise the stuff
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School SUNDAY For sale through these columns?
11:00 a. TO.-Morning Worship Weds Robert L. GrayMiss 9:45: a.: m.-Church School Linda Wilson Has You'll be surprised how much stuff
6:30: p. TO.-Training_.Union 11:00: a. m.Morning Worship you can get rid of and how much
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship Martha, Ann McBride be- 6:45: p. m.-MYF Birthday.Party money you can take in. It .only
WEDNESDAY: came the bride of Robert L. Grayin 7:45: p. m.-Evening Worship costs $1 to try an ad for a week.
7:30: p. m.Prayer Meeting a double ring ceremonyin'the TUESDAY: Miss Linda Wilson was honored
: Furnished Apartment -
Methodist Church of Nahunta Ga., 7:00 Choir with a surprise birthday dinner by
: p. m.-Vesper pra for reliable
couple. Sepa-
The Pahokee ChurchOf on January 25. The bride daughter t1ceWEDNESDAY her mother and father Mr. and
Alamo I rate beds, hot shower, kitchen.
of Mrs. Eunice Argo, ,
Mrs. Lon Feb-
Wilson Saturday
: Good location. Mrs. W. P. Pope,
The NazareneRev.
Ga., has made her home with her
7:45: p. m.-Mid-week devo- ruary 1 at their home in Pahokee.I Canal Point.
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs..A. L. tions Mrs. Wilson was assisted by Miss Itp.

Max D. Jones, Pastor Pope of Canal Point for the past 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac- Verlon Jones and Kirby Mole. : : : : : I : : : : : : : : : : : : : : .a : :
'433 Bacon ''Point Rd. several years. She is a graduate of tice Guests attending were Mr. and
Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 Wheeler County High School at -- Mrs. Ernest Maxwell, Mr. and Thurmond Knight
I SUNDAY SERVICES: Alamo and is presently employedby Mrs. Jerry Rymes, Belle Glade; Realty Inc.
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School the U. S. Sugar: Corporation in St. Mary's Catholic Jann Plujner, Stetson University; ,
I 11:00: a. m.-Sunday, Worship the payroll department at,Bryant, Church' Wayne Boynton, University.' of I,.TELEPUbN! >ds:
6:30: p. TO.-Juniors Mr. Gray: *..they don. of .&. '?*. Florida, and some of her- senior Ottfoe S44-1385-Res. VI 8-2682
7:00: p. TO.-Sunday" Evening Gray of Pahokee and Mrs. Thelriw Bather Francis Fennech, Pastor class mates, making approximately I I Box 9998, Riviera Beach
Evangelistic Service Morgan of Belle Glade. He served Sunday Mass 11:30: a. m. 30 guests to wish Linda a happy I West Palm Beach, Florida

WEDNESDAY: three years in the U.for S. the Army U. Confessions before :Mass 18th birthday. I I I : 1 i t .in .n i | | i i : 1 t 8 8 I i I
7:30: p. m.-Midweek. Prayer and is now timekeeper eo ,. ... .' r
meeting. 9., Sugar Corporation; at Jtiyaritr'n1e ; -- -_.--.- -- --
"Where you are a stranger but couple toured Silver Springs f 4
,, once.1' andj Cypress 'Gardens on their .
. - honeymoon.
I' ::' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weeks and .,- '
;- family of Miami were/ the recent
._ .'' yi guests of his father J. G. Weeks. IIIG DwmENDj tI!
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Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market ..
,. which is owned and operated by more than 120 you'll find that ours is a little higher. At either our Belle

I Florida Cattlemen. Glade or Pahokee office our attentive'folks will be happy

You'll enjoy the excellent]) service you receive hereat
this Market. We make an'effort"at all times -to, "4' i Ito open your insured account. Today would be a good day:

I give an outstanding service to'buyer and seller. Give to start it.. '
us a trial.SALES.

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.',/ 01 Glades Livestock MarketASSOCIATION Savings And Loan AssociationACCOUNTS

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On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road Pahbftee Belle Glade

Phone WY 6-8028 Let Your Money Earn 4%% Payable Semi-Annual

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Baptist Program

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The1 Answer," dramatic television -

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to the recent call to this L Baptists' Radio-TV Commission Is

community for furnishings for use designed to provide the viewer

In Belle Glade's new Wee Car Mr. and Mrs. Jimmle' Sanders, "\with both entertainment and spir-
Nursery is excellent, according to :Moore Haven announce the birth itual insight according;: a local)
:Mrs. E. M. Lively, Chairman of of a son Jimmie Rex at the Ever- pastor. Station WPTV, Channel SAVEREGULARLY
the Furnishings Committee. glades Memorial Hospital Jan. 28. 5, West Palm Beach telecasts
The effective team work shown Mr. every other Sunday 1:00 to 1:30
and Mrs. Mai lie Clayton
throughout the bi-racial endeavor p. m. beginning February 9th. WITH
Spurlin, Jr., Clewiston, announce
known as Wee Care Inc., designedfor the arrival The Rev. Lawrence Stewart
of a son Mallie Clay
day, care of 100 pre-school ton pastor of Canal Point Baptist
at The Everglades :Memorial 0TSAVINGS:
Negro children, has produced Hospital on January 20. Church says his church plans to
many gratifying results.A use "The Answer" as an incentiveto
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Clark
partial list of nursery furn- Carver, Clewiston announce the visitation and also to help com
and monies received for municate basic Christian beliefs
ishing birth of a son, Jay Quinton at_ the
items to be within the family of life.
uniform purchased by Everglades :Memorial Hospital on as a way
the committee follows. Other contributions January 31. This U9<% of television is called

will be published aftera Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Scott, Televangelism.Films WWuWLW . -
meeting of committee memberson Indiantown, announce the birth of in "The Answer series for I Col. and 'b irs. W. S. Evans
8, at 10:30a. 1964 fit into four different problem r-
Saturday, Febraury :
a son, John David, at the Ever- have as their guest for several
m. at Community Methodist areas; family, social, teenageand I
Memorial Hospital on LOCALS weeks her Mrs. Bedford
,rsonal. Beginning Sunday. sister
Church Chapel, reports Mrs. February 2. p I
Dulany, publicity chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney DeBarry February 9th. the films will be I Brown of Georgetown Ky. Weekend -

The First Baptist Church has Bessant, Belle Glade, a daughter shown during February and guests of the Evans were her
pledged a gift of money for the Sheila, born February 3. March. On Easter Sunday, March sister and brother-In-law General
nursery, and contributed 25 Mr. and Mrs. Ben J. Trim In- 29, a special film called "TheLord's < and Mrs. R. P. Hollls of Melrose

straight chairs for adults, a refrigerator diantown, announce the birth of a Supper" will be shown. Fla.
and a baby crib. The Women's daughter at The Everglades Me- evangelism can still workas :Mrs. Charlotte Walston has beena
Missionary Union of the Chur- It has for the past five years tn Mrs. D. P. Hughes and son, Lew-:
morial Hospital on February 3. patient In Everglades Memorial
ell, will motor to Orlando Saturday
ch, has donated 50 receiving blank- reaching! prospects for the church -
- ," Rev. Stewart said, "but we'll Hospital. Mrs. James Gibson is to meet her daughter and

ets.The Episcopal Church Womenof Unified be urging our members to watch supply ,teaching her fifth grade grandbaby, Mrs. Thomas Wanek of
St. John, The Apostle, Episco- : each week as'a family/' class until she is able to return. Tacoma, Washington.Mrs. .

pal Church have contributed $60 Planned For Citrus Either way, he said, the purpose \ Letha ICepp of Wauchulais
Miss Lula Barfield is the guest
of "The Answer" dramas Is to
for purchase of 5 stack cots. The I the guest of her son and daught-
Ladies Aid of St. Peter's Lutheran LAKELAND A nationally- consider contemporary dally prob- of her sister and brother-in-law, er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Donald B.
Church has given $45 for pur- known business consultant firm lems which any of us may be call- Mr. and Mrs: Joe Roberts and her Kepp In Canal Point.
chase of activity table. : ed on to face and to provide script- Elsie Whitehouse in
a nursery has recommended the Florida Cit- niece :Mrs.
The Woman's Society of Christ- ural solutions for them. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux:
rus Commission create a new West Palm Beach this week.
Ian Service of Community Metho- "Commercial Development - left Friday for a two week visit,
dist Church has donated $50 for ment" to push unified marketingand Mrs. Marty Carsten of West Mrs. Will Nason and son Nat with Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Chastain
purchase of 4 stack cots. St. Phil- product research and thus Palm Beach had as her luncheon have returned to their home in In Thomasville, Ga.CLASSIFIED..
ip's Altar Society of St. Philip's widen total sales of Florida citrus. guests Wednesday, Mrs. H. J. An- West Palm Beach after a visit -
Benizi Catholic Church has contri- Booz, Allen and Hamilton ,of derson, Mrs. George Ramey and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ADS PAY
buted 50 crib blankets. Mrs. Helen Schroder. Earl Maxson In Canal Point. BIO DIVIDENDS
New York, who completed the
Violet's Christmas Savings and seven month study of commission .
Community Club has given $36 for
activities, based their recommen- ..
purchase of 3 stack cots. dations the that
Mrs. W.. O. Norville reported Florida on would produce prediction 135 million ... .. ... ...
contributions received by her for .
boxes of oranges and 29 million
the nursery from the James Oliver boxes of grapefruit by 1967-68.
Store consists of 10 cribs, a rock- .
The consulting firm said the big: .1 \.,
ing chair for adults, and aluminum job ahead in advertising, merchan
sterilizer for 10 baby bottles dising and commercial develop- ,\
and a box of toys. ment of products and markets
Mrs. C. M. McCurdy and Mrs. would require heavier expendi- ','-
"W. C. Taylor have reported that tures. They recommended a limit

the following persons have donated ed flexibility in which the commission
$45 each for purchase of nursery could set tax rate' basedon
activity tables: Norman Hall, John projected amounts needed to I

H. Lee, Mrs. Willie Mae White, meet the challenges of competing .. _4
Mr. and ,Mrs. Jack Humphrey, Mr. products In the future. '... ,,,- .
and Mrs, C. M. McCurdy In mem- They suggested the commissionhave f' ,\
ory of ;Mrs. Carrie H. McCurdy.Mrs. the freedom to ask for as'! _
W. C. Taylor has also reported much as 18 cent per box on r< ,
funds contributed for pur- oranges, up to 12 cents per box on drown It... burn It...
chase of 4 nursery chairs at $6.00 grapefruit, and up to eight cents!!
each, by Mr. and Mrs. Isiah Scott, per box on other citrus varieties. .. I -. "\ ...
Mr. and Mrs. Mackie L. Davis, They said the orange tax rate '.,.I
John Thymes and Timothy Rumph. should be increased to 10 cents per ,
She also reports that Gus Peavy box by 1966-67 and 12 cents per "
and Simon Mosley are construct- box by 1967-68. Present orange ;,
ing 10 double wooden easels for tax is nine cents per box. L -j""

use in the nursery. The grapefruit rate, they suggested :
The response and interest of the should be increased to elgth .__ 'S ,,0 ,
community is such that all the cents per box by 1965-66 and 10 . .., ':, ,: 't ':',: . .1.' : .,.

necessary items of; furnishings are cents by 196768.Appreciation. p J \ '. ', .
expected to be on hand when ,the i ," ;I '
nursery is to be ready for opera- .,
tion March 1st. Dinner ; ,

Plans are now underway for the l '
Planned For Holland
dedication of the Wee Care Center : '; ..

according to Miss Sara Lee '..('1.('. ...;
Creech, Building Chairman. ORLANDO-Representatives of ,\; : J .
!. the various segments of Florida '

Lt. Neely Johnson agriculture have ,announced that shred It... .. _loss it.-' x; ; .
an appreciation luncheon to honor I: .: ,
Flight InstructorMOODY Senator Spessard L. Holland will '. .,
be held April 17. It will be Florida your U.S. Savings Bend won't !... its val..r .vn atop growInf. (

AFB, Ga.-First Lieu- agriculture's first united effort to \ ,". .
tenant William N. Johnson of Pa- honor the state's senior senator.
hokee, has been selected Outstanding Organizations' cooperating i n What ho :i't happened to U. S. can be rep1a ed. And the service 'i:
Flight Instructor of the monthin staging the testimonial will include Savings Bonds? is free. ' .

the 3550th Pilot Training Wing the Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association They've been stolen and thrown The safety in just one of the :.l, '
the Florida Cattlemen' why U. S. Savings ,;.
here. into a river. Mistakenly left in an many reasons :
Lieutenant Johnson was selectedfor Association Florida Farm ,Bureau oven and baked at 400. Hidden in Bon< .s are the most widely'' held : d,
the honor In recognition of his and Florida Citrus Mutual.World's a cookie jar and eaten full of holes securities in the world. Another '

effective teaching techniques and by hungry beetles. Forgotten in a good reason why you should invest 't

exemplary devotion to,duty. Fair pair;"of work pants :and washed, in Bonds is the important job ,,\
The lieutenant, who received a Ready- bleached and spin dried. Cut into they can do right now in making ,.'.\
B. S. degree from Georgia Institute Install Exhibits tiny pieces by an irate wife. America safer from, the enemies \A
of Technology, is the son of -- Gnawed by mice and gobbled of freedom: : y
:Mr. and Mrs. Alex M. Johnson of: PALM BEACH New York by goats.' Buy Bonds and see If you don't .
3417 Bacom Point Road, Pahokee. ,World's Fair exhibitors can start : pretty i ) good about it. ".
He was commissioned upon com- to Install displays says the ,Flor. Yet, in spite of all thc?c mi- '
pletion of Officer Training Schoolat ida World's Fair Authority. fortunes, these Bonds weren't 'Ito )-'_ .lutrfact i about V.$. Saving Bond''

Lackland AFB Tex. Exhibitors such as Minute Maid their owners. They didn't ovcrstoj2 > Ynxtt- $4 for. .rerr $3 at maturity "
Johnson's wife, Mar :'c;' can get your money anytime
growing in value.TheTswfturyDepartment
Co. the base of the Citrus. Tower .
of Mr. and at Y":>r Honda are replaced fre*.If lost, .- t:
gie, is the daughter
Buford and the Ringling Art Museum *' 'I'rei / i.. ,,' /-tl or stolen Yon can ... atUo r,, "
371 :?
Mrs. John P. Cowart of multi-million dollar art display :n : 'i.ttfcnMy. CIA Payroll. Saying -
Place, Macon, Ga. oft microfilm of rvct-
the exhibition hall will now be in
=*Boid sold. So every +-. *v :)fr..:torn In your fvrUN wMfr '

Mr. and Mrs. Darrell- Hughes ofCrosaville stalled.Other exhibit will consist of the ****, destroyed or etc.; .,. us': '. C-AVINOS. .;BONDS-

HI., were overnight porpoise pool featuring Miami-Seaquarium < v
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Parkerin porpoises and the"ferUEge :
family : to the Keys"; betttg teaUlfel .y '.: '
CanrPtol f.:> The Hughes ,.'VJT. /w*.. Ml f..f........ ...,_!kllrM/aM lstrer3tleal.. : .
Is vejoatloning-" Florida for ,a the Florida Development,Comml- ; .... .::=_ ", C..Mtt amiI ..h annMhilit Jtr Mwlr ..."..... ....1r6
few we4,:: : stop.

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Pace Eight! The'Evergladea'News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, February 7, 1964

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f Force Redistribution Center Hospital I I
Junior Miami and U. S. Naval Wildlife YouthsOn
Special Hospital in Palm Beach.
a j Plan Of Mrs. Sheppard was educated at Weekend Trip
"k r s Deland High School, Fla. State .
r > '. --
; 1la University and Stetson University.She .

In accordance t 3 Florida Baptist University of North Carolina andat enjoyed an, _,butin *_.'on ._FlsheaUng
in November, 1963, Duke University Hospital at Creek near Palmdale over the
possible Durham, N. C. weekend under the' direction of
t, ttr 'y ;.tea ; ? An active civic worker, her club .
bs ; Junior college, the Ray Gray and A. E. Funderburke.The
'v K p S' yl.1 Education memberships include the Soropti- time was used by the youngs-
following mist Club of the Palm 'Beaches; ters to erect 17 bird houses, that
4j The Florida FM't Community Service Council of had been built before they made
Commission is ready i Palm Beach County and the Florida the trip. There were 18 boys on
J fers of sites for a Conference of Tuberculosis the trip.
college' to be located Workers. She is a past presidentof One happening: not planned by
; t Such offers should all three organizations.She the boys was the killing of a rat-
lowing requirements is also a member of the tle snake that measured nearly
H tH 1. An adequate Business and Professional Wom- five feet in length.
no less than' 100 ens Club of the Palm Beaches and .
)' have a clear title Is corresponding secretary of the TO BE CHRISTENEDMrs.
; right gift. SHEPARD Democratic Womens Club of Palm H. M. McIntosh is the
>: 2. It must be Beach County. guest of her daughter, Mr. and
population of the She is a member of the First Mrs. Sidney Stubbs and daughters.
its location and in a TB Head Congregational Church in Lake Melonie and Natalie, in Gaines-
i Revival Service ronment. Worth and resides in that city at ville, Fla. The twins will be christ-
3. The topography 1405 North "N" St. ened in the Methodist church in

Pahokee Baptist self to campus visor I . .. Gainesville Sunday morning.
4. It must have -.- .-

Revival services will begin it ties 5. and Communities drainage. Shepard, well Elks Ladies Buy

the 'First Baptist Church of Paho terested in of the Palm I
Here FirstAnodized
II kee on Sunday February 16th and should, in addition to and Bond For ChildrenAt Look
run.,through Sunday the 23rd. The ulate any other will be a can
preacher for these services will be could or would be of supervisor Aluminum
:. the Rev. Lew M.: Mobley, pastor of Offers are to be Democratic the January meeting of the Windows
: the South idt! Baptist Church of than April 1, 1964
in the
Ladies of Pahokee Elks Sliding Glass Doors
Lakeland, Florida. Walker, Chairman, has been
Mr. Mobley is a native/of/ South tist Education Association ladies lounge of the Elks Club' the New .screens, ReScreenIng
& ollna. ,He received his education N. E. 123rd Street, she will ladies voted to purchase a $100 f
at Furman University, tha 33161. to cam- certificate for the Harry-Anna
Call us for Estimates
I Baptist University of South Carolina post. Crippled Children's Home at' Uma-
;'' and at Southern Baptist a- resident of
Technological Seminary at Louisville Fair life, Mrs. tilla.Mrs.. Billie Kolstad, new president Glades WindowCo.
Kentucky. He has served fn Palm Beach named the chairman and
t the following positions: Associate Many 'In several years' members of standing committeesfor
I in the Training Union Departmentof with the the coming year. Mrs. Florence Inc.
North Carolina Baptist; pastorates During the Lindrose, life member of the ,
in 'South Carolina and Geor The Pahokee 4-H to Camp LOPES, was honored with gifts,
gia. He came to his present pastorate ettes 6-7 won for General Hos- coffee and cake', the occasion be- 996-6447 400 S. E. 1st St.
in' 1961 and is now also serv secutive year, the '',U. S. Naval ing her birthday, during the social Belle Glade, Fla.
ing as :moderator of the South ette at the South Fla., Air hour.
Florida Baptist Association. The theme of the
While in Georgia he was a mem- ,
prize exhibit was -- - - - - ---- --- --------
ber 'of the Baptist State Convention fabulous :& ?&j?!*...'*K &'*4MQijG>&r&4y!+:-w* ;#<"< wr e;}c!MyrtMa..atwnvR! ; .:w.i:
.'Executive Committee, and The junior .
also President of the Georgia Baptist Club, Devilettes 5, HERE
I Pastors' Conference. a first prize blue
Special music will be a part of exhibit featuring a
I, each service under the direction of with hands pointing ;
Mrs. Guthrie Colvard. phases of 4-H work
The Reverend Guthrie Colvard, the theme "Shine
.. I pastor of the host church, extendsan :Join 4-H".
'I, invitation to all to hear :Mr. The Canal Point -r'
Mobley. Ing Club, the I
prize blue ribbon for
I'L I Members of the
6839 Persons Get miniature football
ed dolls to represent
In carrying out the
1 State Welfare Aid exhibit "4-H Goals".

I The sewing /
f( 'polnt'are:,divided \ f
Rev. Paul M. Cassen, Chairmanof Beginners Group 'one . ,
District 10 Welfare Board of Elmer Maxson leader i piitti t.

the State Department of Public or and Group Two "
x f.w* i* s.-'r' -?-
: ,.I! Welfare, reported that in Palm more advanced.
Beach County 6839 Persons were Mrs Ray Ursry l
assisted in the four categories of structor.
public assistance for the month of Mrs. T. E.
January, 1964 leader for both
A total of 2044 persons receivedOld 'her daughter Penny ,
I Age Assistance in the amount er.Those .
awarded the '
I of ,$98,382. 116 persons received \ ;
4.4'!.:. Aid to the' Pind| ,' totaling $6,682. in the Dress Review : 1,060 families, 'representing 3,383 Hitchcock, Kandi ,
J JIJ' children, received Aid to Depend Trett, Ralena Ursry
Ii', ent ,Children, 'int}- the amount of Ann Vallerie, .
$$ ,'781. 453'persona received Aid Jackie Vandegrift, .
IM dra :Jackson Patrice .y :
I to tte ;.Disabled in .Pl.* amount of '
L.4fl$24. ,<*4i: .it 'tW \. ela Ursry, Nancy PCA leading theiway | :,.i. .
' f In addition 465 children received "Peggy Bitting. ,
M service during the month, 223.,of Red Ribbon awards
I America demanded
'" whom were in foster homes The gina Ingram, Teryl ago a new system of credit :

K total'state: and local cost for,these Gibson, Diane to survive. Advances in technology brought with it, larger -
"\ child welfare services was $14- Amerson and Kathy
747.44. The Canal Point expensive machinery''and more money was, :needed. ..

There were 6 adoption petitions men received the of fertilizer, feed and labor meant more money was needed. I
studied for the' Circuit Court. award. The Pahokee
Credit Associations were established in 1933, with {
view' girls receiving
t These are children placed in homes
i independent of service through a bon award were of the Farm Credit Act. PCA originated the system: : f i:'
licensed child placing agency, and Becky Wood Ann and intermediate termcredit which breathed life .into L.i-
the ,Welfare Board is responsible Mosley, Reba :Jones rt-
1 according to law to'make these reports Wilkinson.: farm picture. Since that time, PCA has been the '_ t: 1
to the court. In EntOmology, ; in Credit for ,, '
ton received the r:.
pPalni 'Beach County is also represented -
on the District' Ten Welfare the blue ribbon. In extending credit R I \ the -..acesetter

I Board by :J, F. Thomas, :Jr., Ross Harrington other short-term AgriaI"
Wiet.-.Palm Beach, :J. T. McMurrafavDelray ple rosette 4 blue and In lilred1& for a'
:; Beach Mrs. Wilda Leaders in Canal to operate a IS d
TUfta," Lantana, and Mrs. M. H. I! W. E. McCall, Mrs. of credit for the' I1cricWtuN, .,::' .
A B1eioh, :;;, Pahokee. Mrs. A. R. _
r 'fib _ leader Nancy farmer. 0'

ti VISIT IN.,ORLANDO . Farmers Production Credit Asso.
{jMr. and Mrs.: :J. E. Williams HOME FROM
visited sthelr eon and family, Mr :Mr E. B. Gamble
' ajid ;Mr*. John Williams in Or- to her home after n Belle Glade Vera Beach Miami
past,weekend and were funeral of her
led,,by their grand child- La. Her daughter
Springs where they Latham left Monday
'.,..&.1 :'.,remainder of the week- in Atlanta Ga.. after
'.4. ,....,. k .a.: <\ vtrit in Pahokee.
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