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 14, 1964
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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
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Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
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Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).

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Republican County Commissioners Choose Democrat Rardin Of Glades As Vice Chairman

Everglades FederalTTElects


; Officers For

The Coming YearTwo -.

The county's oldest and staunchly -:

:fa New Schools In established savings) and loan

association Everglades Federal

k kZ Belle Glade SoonIn Savings and Loan Association of
r Belle Glade-has elected officers

for the coming year and renamedsome

a conference of city, county of the,' outstanding citizens
and school officials called Tues of the Glades to responsible positions
Commissioner Paul with the Association.
day by County
t., Rardin plans were worked out tot I I Elected to one-year terms were:

I construction of roads and approaches William B. Rhodes, chairman of

r k'Fem. to two new schools to be the board; R. D. Apelgren., vice
4 j ws z i chairman of the board R. IS.
erected In Belle Glade In the Immediate ;
future. One school for Mathews, Jr., president of the A Beociation -

Warren Lytal Bandlow Rardin Van Kessel white children will be erected on n ; R. A. Poston, executivevice

At the recent reorganization meeting of the Palm Beach County Commission Democrat recently purchased 10-acre tracton the:: Helen president V. Morris and, vice manager president; Mrs.and

Paul Rardin of the Glades was chosen vice chairman of the Republican-controlled county other Southeast school for Avenue G and will be secretary) ; and Mrs..Mary Lou McDonnell .

commission. In 1963 the chairman and the vice chairman were both Republicans. However, Negroes ), treasurer. ,
erected on another recently purchased -
when time came to reorganize this year Veteran Board Member Rardin was chosen for the* 10-acre tract south of the Serving as vice-presidents will

coveted vice chairman's spot. The member there is always stepped up to chairman the present colored football field. be:

following year and the Glades member is looking forward to next year when he is scheduled Plans for the schools material- A. E. Kirchman, W. R. Hooker,

to head the board for the fourth time. Election of Rardin to the vice chairman's berth ized so fast that the contract was Claude L. Shirley., J. A. Ball

is1 further proof that he gets along exceptionally \yell with the Republican board members let for their construction before Jr.*,H. B. McCall III loan officer;
plans were complete "for the' road and Lee L. Cranford, loan service
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Hospital Bids,To Be .Sam Chastain' In Jack pencer Buys .and Rardin approaches.said .yesterday Commissioner, ,_after:. _the.I I - -'/"":.'

'_ Oschner's Clinic i !N. O group of officials met,- that complete Revjyal j ToStartCanal
harmony was prevalent
Received March 3 SpoonerGrocery
Sam Chastain former resident among: School Board Member Mil

of Canal Point and Pahokee, is in ton Carpenter City Councilman Point Feb. 20
Bill and himself and that
Bids on the new million and a Oschner's Clinic in New Orleans In a deal, the details of whichare ,
% work will start Immediately on
in critical condition. He will undergo -
quarter dollar hospital for Paho
in process of culmination Jack constructing the necessary roads Plans havo been completed for a
examination and treatment
kee will be received at the Paho:
Spencer, operator of Spencer'sMarke and school approaches.The revival] to start at the Canal Point
Mr. Chastain lives in
ke City Hall at-2 p. m. on March there. now
in Pahokee, becomes white school on SE AvenueG Methodist church on Thursday
Palm Beach and was flown to
3, according to Mrs. Allie Okie,
Is located on a piece of land February 20, acordlng to Rev.
chairman of the hospital district. New Orleans Wednesday when it and operator of the Glades Mark-
known as the Hand property and Robert Shelley pastor of the
The ne whospital Is to provide 50 was decided in West Palm Beach eti owned and operated by Mr. and ,
was purchased from Mrs. Rut. the church.
rooms and all the necessary space that the trip should be made. Mrs. Melvin Spooner during the
ledge. The land for the colored Rev. Ben Williams of the Hill-
for modern equipment that any L past four years since they purchased -
school Is a ten-acre tract In a crest Methodist Church in Macon.
modern hospital should have and it from Gabs Upthegrove.Mr. .
Miami For growing cane field and was secur- Ga., will} be the evangelist sad
foundation is to be put down for Money Spencer said yesterday that
ed from the United States Sugar there will be special music every
arj\ additional the call for his
: story atop up- present plans moving
Corporation. Mr. Carpenter said night. Old time revival hymns will
coming two stories. present store from its location in
Talisman SugarFresh the Sugar Company was coopera- be the order of the singing Rev.
..Location .of the new facility is the Chastain building into the
I tive in the transaction.Each Shelley said.
to,be on Barfield Highway where building now occupied by the
of the elementary] schools Cottage prayer meetings will
district purchased 10 ,acres Spooner Grocery. This move will be
'Miami has been
money (continued on page 8)Lions be held next week at the followIng -
from W. H. Vann, Inc., for, $5O.- pledged. for rejuvenation of Talisman made the week of February 24, '
-- homes at'73O p. m. Monday,
000.00. The site is immediatelynorth Mr. Spencer said. .'
.. Sugar Corporation 'south jl G. Lanham: home Tuesday Bill
. ; ,
... :
of the Pioneer LumberCom- Present plans call for consolidating EndorsedSanitaiy'Sewers
South Bay on13527.. William D. ; Johnson home; Wednesday, Eus-
pany ]location and is an ideal location Pawley'won circuit court approvalto the equipment the two I tice Blackwell home. -

for the,hospital. ,The old hospital spend ,some 'of his millions in Cores;::and disposing of any equipment Everyone is :Invited, to attend

.. .!.-.', ? si e.iS. ; inadequate, .for ,they : revitalizing corporation.: *. .that is not modern and up-to-: the prayer meetings and be in attendance ''
* new structure. .' : date. Mr._Spencer said his ,store
f : Judge .James--R- Knott signedthe I at the revival when It c"r
.' Following :awarding ,of the contract order in the 'presence of more would be closed during the week to starts.
"". : after bids,are taken the contractor than a score of attorneys representing be used for moving. Followingthat At the February 12 business .
will be given 420 working some of the company's he plans an opening which he meeting of the Pahokee Lions Club '

days to complete the building It creditors. will advertise to his many friends a resolution was written by the Cattlemen ElectOfficers

is to be one' of the very latest de- The orders gives Pawley until 'kind patrons., executive board and passed by

sign and equipment will be mod March 1 to satisfy the company's I members endorsing the proposed
For 1964The
in detail. People in the
em every debts which total in excess jof water works and sewage treat-
Everglades Memorial Hospital million dollars.
District will be able to point with Pawley, former owner of Miami's Scouts Brownies ment, plant.
James Vann Kyle Scott Directors of the Palm
pride to the new structure. bus system plans to recap-
George Raahley were named as a Palm Beach County Cattlemen's ,..
talize the company with four million 1n[ Recent MeetingMrs. committee to complete plans for Association their first meeting
dollars and an additional seven -
Nine PHS Students the "Silver Anniversary" Ladles in February elected the followingofficers
million dollars]] in
a long-term
night and Banquet to be held in for 1964:, '.
mortgage. E. C. Johnson Girl Scout the Lions Club building, Tuesday, Charles Harman South Bay s
Make Straight "A"Nine Talisman was forced into receivership troop 38 was host to the recent February 25, at 7:30: p. m. President; K. D. Eatmon, Loxa- .

when its crops were meeting of the Pahokee Girl Scouts I I A resolution urging the State ha tehee, Vice-President; Dan '
nearly destroyed by the December and Brownie Scouts held in the Road Department to correct or Smith Jr., Lake Worth, Secretary;"
students of the Pahokee 1962, freeze. social hall of the First Methodist eliminate the "dog leg" curve ,on J. W. Repper, Canal Point. Treas. ....... .
Junior-Senior High School, includ- The company has about 10,000 Church. A' program of skits at the I I State Road 98 was passed. urer; James M. Herring, Bell "
ing seven seniors, attained the acres of sugar cane and a mill] Girl Scout Court of Awards was The club voted to join the clubs Glade. State Director. .

school's honor roll by receiving south of South..Bay... i presented.All in the Palm Beach County Lions James Herring was:the retiring".
"A" grades in all subjects duringthe I Brownies attending received Association in the sale of tickets President. ,The; Board of Directors!

third six week period of the ATTEND TAMPA FAIR investiture service pins and toy- for the Musicarnlval productionof also planned the, Annual Horse}>'

year. Those named were Tommy i Mr.and Mrs. J. E. Williams'were maker badges were presented "Kiss Me Kate." "The Pahokee Show to be,sponso-fd by 'the Cat

Brock Wilma Cooper Harry Cunningham I weekend visitors in Tampa where members of Troop 30. club will share in the net proceeds .tlemen's( Association which will ,bd

Barbara Davis, Diane they attended the Florida State Troop 247 received hiker, home which they plan ,to use in their held' at the Sheriffs Posse Grounds

Hollon Wayne Hundley and Dorothy Fair. Other visitors ,to' the fair life homemaker, science and hostess air condition fund. Guests were Sunday, April 19tfc. This will be

: Lair Seniors; Lodu Gray from Pahokee were Mr. and Mrs. badges. Mrs. Hal Bovie' thanked 1st Lt. Bill Carey Rev. John I the sjeeond AantuU Horse Show
ninth grade; and Inea Bxiley, Bob ICackey ICrs. Chester Batche- parent' and friend for their Briley and Lt. Vera Clark of the sponsored toy ,81e Palm Beach''

eighth grade. I ,pr, Mrs. Robert .Walker., support:* T of local, -f scouting I .> activities' Sheriffs Department. Count 1 CattJem i's Association ,

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Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida
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r( :Folks Air 'Troubles- JFbur' ,Circles: Met Indiantowir' RdeoiSeheduled'FCb)

fr#. I On Tuesday, Feb. 11"I

Before Co. Board 22
Must Be Informed" was the

c I title of the circle program pre-
f 11, by Over 15,000 tourists aria resi-
The, county! commission this, sented Tuesday February
ti week' found'' itself in the position circles of the Pahokee First Bap- dents are expected to witness, the
T Rodeo to be
, of a five, man sounding board and: tist Church WMU The Betty 17th annual Circle
Mills circle met at the home of held in Indiantown February 22nd
spent most of its regular meeting
f I' listening patiently to spokesmen Mrs. Bill Shirley with Mrs. Nancy and 23rd. One of the outstanding

a whose problems apparently were Mullin presiding the group was re- sports attractions in Florida, and

! outside board jurisdiction.One minded to attend the cottage prayer one of the best known Rodeos in
held 'the the Circle T Rodeois
of these spokesmen was meetings that were being country
Harry R. Jacobson Palm Beach at different homes in the com- also distinguished. as the? na

... '.. The Rardin Building: In Canal'Point ,FloridaTHE Shores, who appeared before the munity.It tion's only invitational rodeo. According -
commission' concerning affairs of was decided to send a birthday to G. C. Troup, pro-

'LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF the Port' of Palm Beach Commis- gift to the child sponsoredby ducer and owner of the Circle T,
the circle now living, in the invitations have been sent to only

THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing sion.When advised the county com- Baptist Chlldrens Home in Lake- I the nation's foremost riders. The

mission had no authority over port land. The group also decided on I majority will come from the Western -
amount be sent to the Okee- I Cattle producing states, and
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without operations and that he should the to
take his problems to the port, chobee Boys School for the pur- Florida range country.
C t Interruption Every Week for Nearly 40 Years I
Bibles. The This the seating capacity
Jacobson said he had tried that chase of individual year
4r Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday avenue of approach and found program was presented by Mrs\ of the concrete and steel rodeo

i' Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance nothing but a dead end. M. P. Stanley and assisted by Mrs. : bowl has been increased by over

He wanted the board to Claude Shirley, Mrs. W. C. Darden ,3,000 seats to accommodate the
!'Li The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office county.
__., "" step in and: and Mrs. Lee Wroten. I "standing room only" crowds experienced -
. In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter Halt a proposed deepening and The Lottie Moon Circle met at in. 1963. Permission has

widening of the port channel. the home of Mrs. J. V. Chastain also been obtained from the Corpsof
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher
,. Prevent the port from constructing with 13 members and 6 visitors Engineers to keep the Indian-

: an oil refinery, which Jacob- present. Mrs. F. G. GIllis presided town Bridge open to auto traffic
at the business meeting. The and closed to pleasure craft dur-
said in the
was making.
'; ::':' : Here Is What Transpired At Monday'sMeeting Investigate water tables to de- group voted to purchase a book for ing the Rodeo hours. It is expected -

*;,;' Of The Palm Beach termine if flooding would occur if the Everglades Memorial Hospitalto that this will greatly reduce the
: the channel is dredged. be selected by Mrs. Robert traffic congestion of past years.

Prevent U. S. Engineers from Woofter Church Librarian. The Mentioned in the January 3 edition -

I. : County CommissionMembers dumping soil on Peanut'' Island program was presented by Mrs. W. of Life magazine as a prime

where Jacobson said the port com- A. Keen, Mrs. J. C. Mock Mrs. Florida attraction the Circle T

mission had plans, to stockpilesand Marvin Crfcdy and Mrs. W. A. Rodeo presents both visitors and

of the typographical met state,requirements, the county and operate a rock crusher. Stevens. The March meeting will residents with a little known sideto

i' union now 'on strike at the Palm would not interfere with the club This type operation Jacobson said be held at the home of Mrs. Paul Florida's life and economy. Cat-

Beach Post Times, appealed to the opera!ton. was not in accord with Depart- Watson. tle raising was Florida's first industry -

county commission this week for The Marks Landscaping and ment of Interior and state plans to The Faye Taylor circle met at founded by the first Span-

help' in getting, the strike settled. Pavement Company of West Palm keep Peanut Island as a recrea- the home of Mrs. M. M. Andrews ish conquerors who used Indian

John Jensen, Lantana v i c o Beach was given a $2,300,contract tional area. with co-hostess Mrs. Louise Angel. prisoners as hearders, thus mak-

president of the union agreed that this week to design a, developmentplan The county board suggested to Mrs. Ralph Crews presided at the ing them the country's' first cow-

the county had no official position for John Prince Memorial Jacobson that he take his sugges- business meeting at which time it boys. Since that time Florida has

( in the dispute between labor and Park. tions before the Port Commissionand was decided to send money to the always been a cattle state, and the

management but added that he The contract was approved by if he failed to get the actionhe Okeechobee Boys school for the visitor to Indiantown's Circle 'r

was appearing before the board asa the county commission at the request '- felt was needed then take his purchase of Bibles. There were It Rodeo can not fail to be impressed

means publicizing, the union's of Chairman Ed Bandlow in problems to the grand jury and members and 1 visitor present. by the ranch land surrounding the

side of the story. whose district John Prince Park is request an investigation of his\ The program was presented by community or the cattle men that

Jensen read a prepared state- located. complaints. Mrs. Crews. Mrs. Annette Mc- take part in the event.
ment, leveling varied charges The commission also: - Curdy Mrs. Gene Sullivan and .

against management. Hired Richard Hanna Delray Mrs. J. D. Douglas. The March Posters "Send
:" Mrs. Virginia Wolf who Identified Beach architect, to draw plans for Fine ScholarshipFor meeting will be held at the Home Say:

herself as a member of the expansion of county stockage fa- of Mrs. Kyle Hatfield. Florida Citrus ToFreezin'

\' printers union, also urged the cilities. The Grace Jernigan circle meta
Jeanie Friends"LAKELAND
,,, 'c mmlssion to, do what it could to Approved the employment of Singing t the home of Mrs. H. E. Unwin.

settle the strike five additional, men for the parks There wero 13 present At the
The county board listened I and department to help maintain the business session it was decidedto Posters have
then voted to send the Post Tj nes, county's growing system of parks WKITJJ: : SPRINGS A young send money for Bibles to the been springing all over the

r copies of the statements red bythe' and recreational areas. Florida girl with n good singing Boys school in Okeechobee. Mrs.. state urging viewers to "Send.

union representatives. I Voted to adopt a resolution ask- voice will be awarded'' the largest Unwin presented the program, she Florida Citrus.. To FreezhV
Officials of a new military: / cad- ed by the Florida Association of scholarship ever offered in the was assisted by Mrs. H. C. Graham Friends." ** I

emy set to open near Intern tonal Manufacturers, calling on resi- "Jeante: With the Light Brown Mrs: E. B. Gamble and Mrs. Handiwork of the Florida Ciit-

c,I' Airport in June, failed in'thfir attempt dents to "Buy Florida First" a Hair" auditions when the 13th an- Eula Tillis. The March meeting rus Commission, the posters also

i, Monday, to get the county campaign to help sell '''Florida nual musical event Memorial; Is held at the will be held at the home of Mrs. feature reproductions of an orange

. commission to spot zone a private made products. Stephen Foster Feb 15. William DuBose.Democrat '. and a grapefruit outfitted with

club out of a liquor license. Heard that the FAA and the I The winner this year will receivea . earmuffs. in staging the promo
, Col. S. M. Brewer. head of the county were agreed on a locationfor cash scholarship of $1OOO along tion in behalf of the state's gift

'Palm Beach Military: Academy a new terminal building at International with the coveted "Jeanie" title to Dinner citrus fruit shippers, the commis-
club assist in her musical education sion decided to use billboards with
Inc., said he feared issuing a Airport. The commis-
r liquor license to the Knight of sion also voted to call an early according to Thelma A. Bolton Honors Johnson In in the state to deliver the messageto

Columbus would interfere with meeting with FAA officials to dis- special events director at the Foster Miami February 27 the millions of tourists and

: operation of the school. cuss possible sale of 600 acres of Memorial in White Springs. residents who travel principal

},,' The commission noted that the airport land to help finance term- Approximately 20 girls will par highways.
ticipate in the auditions sponsoredby MIAMI Ronald L. Fine has More than 40
board had not been approachedabout inal construction. billboards are
the Foster Memorial been named director of the dinner
the liquor license, since it id\ Heard a report by CommissionerPaul Stephen scheduled to deliver the message
Commission, the Florida Fede- honoring President Lyndon B.
4 outside jurisdiction of the commission Rardin that the county solicitor's and during the next four months to
ration Music The event Johnson February 27 at the Fon.
of ,
Clubs. , motorists
and the responsibility of the office is most interested in traveling in the state'seight
is open to girls between the ages tainebleau Hotel. The four chair-
state beverage commission.The prosecuting violations of carrying major market areas.
of 17 and 21 who advanced men of the Florida Presidential
commission later voted thatif pistols without a permit but that are "The idea is to encourage mo-
the liquor license was grantedto 'the county board must continue musicians capable of giving creditable Dinner are Samuel Friedland, R. torists to send citrus to friends or
radio television and concert B. Gautier. Jr.. Warren Goodrichand
the KCTs and that if the club I I issuing gun permits.' relatives in other parts of the
performances. Each entry mustbe Robert M. Morgan. .
country. said Homer E Hooks,
I I I sponsored by a Florida Fede- Fine Miami attorney and execu- commission
Pahokee WSCS Holds Van Keasel Given rated Music Club.Rainbow tive of Food Fair Stores Inc., is general. . manager.-
also chairman
of the Dade
,FebruaryMeeting Resolution MOVE TO BELLE GLADEMr.
Urban Renewal,
Agency. Samuel
Girls Has : and Mrs. Chester Mullis recently -
Friedland is also ,
Chairman's'J'oCounty a Food Fair Executive
'The Pahokee Methodist WSCS Five New MembersA while Warren Goodrich is Mr. Mullis moved is to Belle Glade where
employed as Staff
held their February meeting at director of the State Democratic
Commissioner' E. F. Van Manager for the Life of Georgia
class of five candidates was Executive Committee.
the First Methodist Church with
Kessel, Immediate past chairmanI initiated into the Ordes of Rain- 1-ull-time offices of the Dinner Insurance Company. They are re-
:Mrs. R. F. Hurt, president leading'I siding at 1501 N. W. Ave F. Place.
: honored this of the
I of the board was bow for Girls at n meeting ,Committee have been opened at --- -. -
the session. The members decided, Pahokee in the Masonic the -
I{ week for his service as chairman. Assembly Fontainebleau and are under LAKELAND
to hold the annual WSCS member- Hall, with Miss Mary Lee Adamsnew the supervision of Don Petit, coor- VISITORS
I He was presented'a framed resolution Recent
ship tea Monday, May 4. A 1064-05: I worthy advisor and her staffof dinator of the committee and guests of' Rev. and Mrs.
budget was adopted and a donation I signed by his colleagues officers in charge. In the group former assistant to Congressman Lawrence Stewart 'were her sister

''was voted to the WSCS district i I which commended him for his diligent were Kay Hall Pamela Ursery Claude Pepper.Wilkinson. and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
u scholarship fund. I efforts to obtain new industry Sharon Usher Marsha Penningtonand ----.... ... were of Lakeland. They
r4':>_ v Discussion was made about the i for the county and for his Ruthelle Vandegrift. children accompanied home by their
f .
.. recommendation of the Vena Mae] leadership in organizing a county - Family and-- .Lisa. '
Schroder Circle that the WSCS world fair authority.APPRECIATION COCOA VISITORS
,join other local church groups in Rev. and, Mrs. James Powell and Enjoyed ReunionMr. Mr. and Mrs.. L. C. Reeves have

f obtaining trained leaders for mis-I sons Steve Stanley and Stewartof returned to East Point, Ga. after a
- sionwork among the underprivileged -, We wish to thank our many Cocoa were the weekend guestsof and Mrs. J. Wilkinson, with her'brother-
at local migratory labor I friends for their kindness and Rev. and Mrs. Lawrence Stew- Sr., and their children enjoyed a and sister, Mr. and, Mrs. J.
camps. Mrs. Ray Hatton, program thoughtful acts during the illness art. Rev. Powell is working in recent family reunion. Those at- ..
chairman, introduced Mrs. R. J. I and death of our beloved mother Radio evangelism in Cocoa. tending were Mr. and Mrs. 1C C. .
Schroder, who spoke on "!l1etho: Mrs Missouri! Oglesby Duke. We - I Wilkinson of Valdosta Ga., who VISITORS APPRO)*.ONE IS SEEING OF EVERY FOUR

dist Heritage". shall always remember these kind Mr. and Mrs. Guthrie Colvardand were also guests of the''' Senior FOR THE: FIRST TIME FLORIDA I
I -- deeds and may each of you be rich- Mrs. and Mrs. Lawrence Stew- Wilkinsons before the reunion Mr.

THOMASMLLE. VISITORS ly blessed in coming days. art attended' the "Metachi" fellow-- and Mrs. Claude Hansen, Mr.\ and
S' :Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Chastain of MRS. KATE CROSSJ. ship held in West Palm Beach at Mrs. Fred Boles. Mr. and Mrs. J.

S. Thomasvllle, Ga., paid a short visits K. DUKEC. Capt., Allec's dinning room, Friday H. Wilkinson, Jr., and family.

s,;' . to her parents Mr. and, Mrs J. H. E. DUKE February 7. The pastors and their Mr. and Mrs Ellis Wilkinson and 7EET7ilEM
;Bordeaux, wihle in route to Clear- - wives are all members of the Palm family, Mr. and Mis. Harold Wilk-

;water to- visit their daughter and IN THE.HOSPITAL Lake assocation. Skits were pre- inson and family, Mr. and Mrs.

r1' STamlly.. Mr. and. .Mrs... ,Ray Ulmer.ADS Kyle Hatfield is a patient in sented by the wives, one such skit I Charles Wilkinson and family, Mr. Wrl'H A I

Good Samaritan. ;Hospital WestI was presented bv Rev. and. Mr ,and: Mrs. Bill Shirley and 'family, SMIa: .
L. L..( JFiED PAY- I I Palm Beach, where- he underwent Guthrie Colvard depicting. their and Mt- and Mrs. Ray Wilkinson I '

!i 'BIO DIVIDENDS surgery Wednesday February 12. first date. and familY of Belle Glade GGVIRNCR'. F1.OAIQA COMUIUai TOuR15Meriauw _



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.-( 'I Chamber of Commerce Building on I with the U. S. Bureau of Public-.. for extending Kirk ,Road to' State.
'OK's' Feb. 14. Reporter Lauded Roads in an effort to pinpoint responsibility I Road 80 across the West Palm

It was announced that the Palm for delay.In Beach Canal.
Sanitary Sewers Beach County Federation of Wom For Story On 1-95 other road action this week
an's Clubs will meet at the Paho- the commission: I Jo Ellen Brown Has
kee Methodist church in the din Received a resolution from the
The Pahokee Womans Club met ning hall with Mrs. Lewis FriendIn I-95. the much discussed high- Boca Raton council, requesting Birthday PartyMr.
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Wednesday, Feb. 12 at 12:00: p. m.' charge of the luncheon arrange- way planned as a free route to par- construction of an additional and Mrs. J.:W. ,Brown were
. ments. Mrs. Powell announcedthat allel the turnpike across Palm bridge over the inland waterway.
with Mrs. C. M. Todd president, at the February 20, meetingthe Beach County,'was back in the Authorized a check of an align- hosts to a group of Saturday approximately Feb-
presiding: The group sang two guest speaker will be Mrs. La news this week. ment for a proposed extension of 100 young people Woman's club, the
8, at the
verses of America accompanied I tham, representative of the Flor- The county commission Monday I 10th Ave. North west of Lake ruary occasion being the 16th birthdayof
by Mrs., M. P. Stanley. The invocation ida Power and Light Companywho voted a resolution of commendation Worth. Jo Ellen. The
was given by Mrs. E. B. will speak on the care of syn- to Jack Ledden, Palm Beach Authorized modification of plans their daughter valentine
was a
thetic fabrics. for improvement of Duda Road theme of the party
Gamble. Post Times
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decorated in
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City Attorney Ralph Johnson had written on the historical for a'$15 to $20 thousand reduc- white. Cake and soft
.'. and Mayor Duncan Padgett spokein background of 195.Commissioner tion in estimated costs. red and Out-of-town
t' behalf of the proposed Waterworks I Lake Lytal who Heard that the City of 'West drinks! were
Mr. and Mrs. Billy
and sewage disposal program Tl has been probing into facts con- Palm Beach had established a guests were Gainesville, Fla. Jo Ellen's
' after which the club adopted -I cerning delay in construction of new route for extension of Chase Cash of brother-in-law, Mr. and
'i a resolution to support the pro- tha road reported that both Sen. Avenue, giving the green 1';rht for sister and
assisted their
posal. +!! 1--Bi TgsyMr 1 Spessarid Holland and Rep.. Paul] the project. Mrs. Dale Perry par-
Mrs. Glenn Powell introduced ; Rogers, has asked for hearings I Authorized drafting of plans ents.

Mrs. Richard Lane former Home -- J - -- --
HOme Economics teacher who in and Mrs. Alfred Hueston

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modeled Home Economics sports clothes students, party who birth of a.son Memorial Carl Michael Hospital at TheEverglades on =, "" IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII""" !! {

If- .Y , clothes, suits and coats. February 4. =
Those''modeling clothes they had Mr. and Mrs. Manuel R. Tamargo -
made were: Barbara Davis, But- Pahokee
of announce the birthof
tons .McKtnstry, Ava Muller, a daughter, Sandra Beatrix: at Station ;
Diane Gloria ,
Thompson King The Everglades Memorial Hospitalon -
Pam Boe, Linda Sheffield, SherrllPierce' February 4. _
Mary Lee Adams Elaine Mr.
and Mrs. Leon R. Beede of
Adams, Melba Baggett, Patsy Indiantown announce the arrivalof
Crosby, Shirley Young, Diane Hol-
a son Daniel Louis at The AND RESTAURANT
( lon, Ruth Haggins, Ann Peacock, Everglades Memorial Hospital on "
Paula Duke ,and Carol Maxson. February 8.

," The winners received a gift from I Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Moody j. -
the Woman's club. Sherill Pierce I of Belle Glade, announce the birthof .
won the? gift for sport ,and school a son, Walter Thomas at The I : SITEFOR I ;.

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<., and Suit and Paula Duke for party February 8. ,;it ', -
dress. Gifts were also presened to = \t'; '" ===
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Others participating in the fashion J
It I show are members of the club, I ..... : .
MrS. Patsy Wroten, Mrs. Hilda .
Duran, Mrs. Catherine Powell Mrs. Mrs. Adeline WrotenTo ti : ease --
E. B. Gamble and Mrs. C. M. Todd Grand Chapter ----
Mrs. Lane was invited to model
her dress and coat and presenteda Mrs. Adeline Wroten, Worthy .
gift from the club in appreciation Matron of the Pahokee Chapter ==:: "f :"P'tr:1',,: l', ,/ \ .. ... .,.. .. .. ===
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as1' fol'ows, Mrs. ''Leo Hebert, Mrs. Chapter of Florida session of the : :: : '. ,
G. Mortel, :Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson, Eastern Star, In Jacksonville on '
Mrs. Guthrie Colvard, Mrs. Hen- April 5. She has been asked by 't ? : LOCATED ON

drixson :Mrs Doris Spooner, Mrs. Mrs. Irene Johns, Worthy Grand
Howard Holman, Mrs. Martha Matron of the Grand Chapter, to
Lewis. I) be "Assistant Grand Warder" for ; -
Mrs. Todd announced tha the the session.
club has-been invited to atte the .. .. ,. Muck City Road
"Mad Hatters" luncheon as!: ests VISIT THE PL.UMERS -
of the ''Belle Glade Woman' .club Mr. and Mrs. Roland Rose of _
on February 20 at 12:00.: The embers Llthopolis, Ohio are the guestsof
were also reminded that] they her sister Miss Jane Plumer and
were to help with the registration brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and (STATE ROAD 717) --
ut the T. B. X-Ray unit at the Mrs. W. S. Plumer.

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Two WMU Circles In ;Election, Officials

Regular Meeting To Get Mileage To

ir .1r::News Of The Churches ] Two of the Canal Point Baptist Training: SchoolsElection

Feb. '
WMU circles met Monday, officials will receive 10
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n 10. to study the book, "Apogee. cents a mile for attending train
The Alberta Taylor circle met In

}' South Side Church ,Cana3 $'<, *** First HfcJy Nativity r the 'leoreetionroom .of 'the' Gene ,ing schools, the county commis-
Point church with 6 members sion voted this week. Poll workers
:' ;' OfChrist Baptist CJrtwch + lCI H'ch
present. "Sirs. "J: wrence 'St wart' will receive the mileage payments,

;PahokeeKiev. taught the study book. if work at the polls after
: 'Elder R Barfield only they
t Belle Glade across from ; Members swere urged to attend<
SUNDAY: L.Lesing; Vicar school, the commission
I Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 the valentine social to be field a.t
I. S 7, .0:00: a. m.-Bible Study 9:45:: a. m.-Sunday School SUNDAY: the church on Wednesday, Feb. ruled. ,
:/M: 11:00 a. m.-Sermon 11:00: a. TO.-Morning Worship 10 a. to.- Sunday School 12. This is a church wide social
N 6:30 6:30 p. m.-B. T. C. '11:00 a.-m.-Worship Service
: m. Service
$ p. Evening . for adults and was planned by the .
+i i 6:30: p. m.-Wed Bible Study ?:80 p. --m.-Evening Worship. -i WMU. The March meeting will be

1 ; Lutheran TUESDAYS 7:30: p. m.-choir: practice. Church Of Goi, held at the home of Mrs. Audrey. Classified Ads
St.Peter' WEDNESDAY: Barf ieW Highway Conley.
The lone':Patterson circle met at
';>* Church Belle Glade 7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer POSITIVELY all want ads or
the home of Mrs. J. E. Williams
Service. okee'Fla.J.W. .
) .P classifieds, as you wish to call
,, with Mrs. J. L. McCall in charge
THURSDAY:-Every other week Hughes, Minister them, are payable in advance from
Koerber ". of the business session. It was
VH August Pastor
7:30 m.-Ladies
: Auxiliary
'* p. Phone 924.3786 this day forward. Don't phone 'em.
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade Meeting. SUNDAY voted to send"$5 to the Childrens
: Write it and drop a dollar bill in
""J' SUNDAY: . home in Lakeland to help with the
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School the envelope if you want it run
Divine Services 11 A. M. purchase of sheets 'so'badly need-
*'. Church:Of: Christ 11:00 ,a. 'm.-Morning Worship once. $2 if you want it run twice
School 9:45 A. M.
7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser- ed.Mrs. and so on.
., fW.S.. Evans, Mrs. W. S.
fI" "", ( First Baptist 125 N. W. Avenue D viceTUESDAY Cross,'Mrs.';J. D. Latham and Mrs. FOR SALE: New and Used Willys
Phone WY'63867Belle M. F. .George took parts in the Walter
"7:30: ServiceTHURSDAY Jeeps. Ashley's Garage
'p. m.-Prayer
Church, Pahokee Glade,Fla. : presentation 'of the study book. in Belle Glade, Phone 6-3058.
SUNDAY SERVICES The 'March meeting will 'be held Oct. -M-ch-
7:30: p.' tn.-Youth for Christ
Gutbrie W. Colvard, Pastor 10:00: a. m.-Blble Study at the home of Mrs. Paul Rardin
F ': SUNDAY: 11OO: a. m.-Morning Worship Service. . with Mrs. Nail as program leader. IS THERE ANYTHING in the'attic -
7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship you'd like to convert into
\Ir 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School -
' WEDNESDAY cash? A small classified adin
,! The Methodist Church
. ,11OO: a. m.-Morning Worship !
,.'" ... 7:30 p. m.-Bible Study this column will turn the trick. It
6:00: p. xn.-Evening Worship . Canal Point Florida WSCS Of Canal Point
6:45: p. m.-Training Union only costs a dollar--cash with or-

WEDNESDAY: Christian Science MeetingRecently der.
Robert A. Pastor,
7:30: p. m.-Prayer Service FILLING STATION Site for
Group Of Canal PointThe SUNDAY:
- 10:00 a. m.-Church School The Canal Point Methodist WSCS lease on Muck City Road be-

The Church Of God importance of spiritual 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship met in the old parsonage building tween Streamline Quarters and

unity in marriage will be broughtout 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship with Mrs. Don Kepp, president, in Conners Highway. Ideal location
for service station and small rest-
Of Prophecy, Pahokee at Christian Science church 7:30' p. m.-Evening Worship charge. It was reported Rev. Rob-
aurant. For full particulars get in
j< Canal Point Road services this Sunday. The Bible MONDAY: ert Shelley, pastor of the' Canal
touch with Paul Rardin, Canal
'. Lesson on "Soul" will include the 3:15: p. m.-Youth Choir prac Point Methodist Church will teach
Point, Fla., or phone 9242661be.
,, John H. Kinard, pastor story of Isaac and Rebekah (Gen- tlce classes for the Canal Point and
/ tween 8 and 5
a. m.
< 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School esis 24), and also this passage 2nd MONDAY: Pahokee WSCS groups in a spirit p

: I 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service from the Christian Science text- 7:3O: ( p. m.-Esther Class meeting ualUfe'book study of John Wes HAVE YOU decided to clear out

7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service book: "Unselfish ambition, noble i ley's "Christian Perfection". the attic and advertise the stuff

8OO: p. m. Tuesday V.L.B. life-motives, and purity, these TUESDAY: The study will be conducted in for sale through these columns?

8:00 p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. constituents of thought, mingling,I 8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society tour sessions from 7:30: to 9 p. m., You'll be surprised how much stuff

Everyone welcome. Special music constitute Individually and col- 1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY two to be held in Canal Point you can get rid of and how much

and singing. lectively true happiness, strength, : March 10 and 12: and two in Paho- money you can take in. It only
. and permanence" (Science and 7:30: p. m.-Prayer Meeting kee March 17 and 19. costs $1 to try an ad for a week.
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Health with Key to the Scripturesby The group voted to increase its
;I ., Canal Point Mary Baker Eddy, p. 58)), First Methodist annual district pledge and heard FOR RENT: Furnished Apart-

A Baptist Church announcement made' of the WSCS ment for reliable couple. Sepa-
Church PahokeeJohn rate beds, hot shower, kitchen.
I district meeting to be field at the
F r.: Lawrence Stewart, Pastor Cyndy Friend Is 'First Methodist Church in West Good location. Mrs. W. P. Pope,

1 SUNDAY: Juvenile Worker A. Briley, Pastor Palm Beach, March 6. Canal Point. Itp.

t 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School SUNDAY: :III Mrs. Elmer Maxson, presentedthe
FOR SALE: Cut flowers and
11:00: a. m.-Mornirfg! '9:45: 'a: m.-Church School "You are Christ
Worship program
? Miss Cyndy Friend, daughter of ted plants. POincianna Nursery.Mrs. .
,, 6:30: p. m.-Training! Union Mr. and Mrs. 'Lewis Friend of Pa- 11:00: a. m.-7-Morning Worship Sent" with Mrs. Ida Blanchard> A. H. Scruggs. Located ,1
7:30: m.-Evtl'nl 645; p. ni.-MYF providing accompaniment at the
p. g.Worsh1p :
hokee, has returned from Alanta mile north of Canal Point on 441.
WEDNESDAY: / 7:45 p. m.Evening Worship piano for group singing.
where she was employed, to accepta Telephone 924-7217. F14p
7:30 p. m.-PrayJr Meeting position with the Palm Beach TUESDAY:; . ;
I . 7:00: p. m.Vesper Choir prac-
County Juvenile Department. At RESPONSIBLE :MAN, 35, needs
f.r The Pahokee ChurchOf the present time she is employedin tlce'VEDNESDAY DCT Clubs Met In backing in used truck parts
\ : business, Write Box A-6 call
the home office of the depart- Pahokee Saturday or
The Nazarene ment in West Palm Beach. 7:45: p. m.-Mid-week devotions 924-2642. Itp

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t 8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir prac- The Diversified Cooperative : : : : : :11 : :-t-t-,
A, Rev. Max D. Jones, Pastor HOME FROM FUNERALMr. tice Training Clubs from District 8

r' " 433 Bacom Point Rd. and Mrs. Marvin Vandegrift held their annual meeting at Pa- Thurmond Knight

I 'Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 and daughter, accompanied ''by hokee High School Saturday. The Realty Inc.
:: SUNDAY SERVICES: Mrs. Bob McManiUs of Miami. have St. Mary's Catholic :following high schools comprise ,

9:45: a. m.-Sunday School returned+ -from' 'Bladeobdro; 11:00: a. m.-Sttaday Worship following ttte :>death 'of 'Mr*. ''Y n- Carty,P'ort Pierce,HBtuart,Ittviera "**fiee -$4S-1365-Reis. VI 8-2682

' 6:30: p. m.--Juniors degrift's brother Ernest Welch. Father'Francis Fennech, Pastor Beach, Palm Beach, Forest Hill. Box 9998, Riviera Beach
,;c" 7:00: p. m.-Sunday Evening - West Palm Beach, Florida
Sunday Mass 11:30: a. m. Lake Worth, Belle Glade and Pa-
Evangelistic Service ON OVERSEAS DUTY
WEDNESDAY, : Lt. .and Mrs. Bill Carey arrived Confessions before Mass hokee' i ii ii. > i .m .n ti 11. I n 11 i ..

7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer at 'the,home of her :.parents Mr. -------- ____u .
meeting. and, Mrs. Minter Collins, from Ft. .....
i "Where you are a stranger but Carson, Colo. 'on Thiirsdav. ''Feb. 1-----

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A..: .._ will remain in Pahokee while her
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( !r.JR' BIG DIVIDENDS duty in Korea.

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Monday Cattle I Sales ..

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Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock et

" which is owned and operated by more than 120 \ you'll find that ours is a little higher. At either our Belle

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

: "J You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here,

at this Market. We make an effort'at all times to open your insured account. Today would be a good day

i.J give an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give to start it. .

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Pqe"Jmght The EYeiilade$News; Cam2-Point, Florid n Friday.. Fbbrtsarlr'141004Fashion

I were; Jamie Gibson Diane Black- Two New Schools In- Board Member Milton Carpenter Mrs. W. M. DuBose
Revue By well Teryl Echols, Kathy Maxson, County Engineer George Frost.
Regina Ingram and Avis Amerson. From the Palm Beach county I Is Class SpeakerDo
: Canal Pt. 4-H The first four girls also modeled (Continued From Page 1)) road department were Road Sup-
Group will have 14 classrooms. Contracts
outfits that they had made in addition you know how your church
have been let and construction will! General
to the required uniform. came into being? Do you know

Old MacDonald's Farm in Canal In a first prize winning skit start roads Just and as soon as the necessary son: how many dedicated men gave
Polnt kl+hh'thb scene'-Tuesday, Feb which brought' each girl a bins structed approaches are con- A. their all that you might follow in

11 of a style show sponsored by the ribbon at the South Florida fair der the direction by county of equipment Commissioner un- New this faith today? Mrs. W. !of. Du

local Home Demonstration Club the girls who are in their 2nd and Rardin. Mr. said that the City Manager Bose answered these and many
) Bailey
3rd year sewing projects and 3 more' questions as she spoke on.
I or
andstarring the 4-H club girls
: of furnish
City Belle Glade will
I Canal Point'modeling clothes they girls who did advanced sewing in City Of Belle GladeTomorrowSaturday. "Our Baptist Heritage" to the
rock to two culverts
I Ijl cover huge
had made In their sewing projects. 1st year sewing repeated a skit Deo Volente class of the First Baptist -
jl J must be installed in drainage
Well ttwasn't:: really a farm-just entitled "A Letter From a 4-H canals before the sites can be Church, at Fellowship hall
: \ the community building with the Girl at College reached. February last Monday night. Mrs. DuBosewas

.' I! 4-H colors of green and white used Mrs. Ray Ursry introduced the School John 15-Belle Glade's new city man- presented to the class by their
M; y and the farm theme carried out 1 In skit which was narrated by Mrs. Martin superintendent conversantwith ager will report and be ready to go teacher Mrs. M. P. Stanley. The
1 McCall. On stage outlined in hay was thoroughly to work The seventeen attending enjoyed a per-
V the decorations. Punch was served the, sites for the proposed on Monday morning.
from a farm bucket with an old and decorated with schools and seemed to enjoy the new city manager Is Tevis Huguely iod of refreshments and fellowship
wheat the following girls after the .
fashioned dipper. on-site' who comes from Melbourne in program.Look
i from inspections. County Engineer -
I (;, Blue ribbon winning exhibits by modeled outfits ranging Frost who keeps himself informed the missile country to take over .
clothes 1st ----------
to party -------- --
\ the 4-H club girls "Canal Point sportswear ; I on all county road projects the job here in the vegetable and
J Wanda Hitch-
Anne Valiere
Stitchers" and the Canal Point year here and sugar cane section of Florida.
on.the east coast brought
Kandi McCall. 2nd and
j Junior Cattlemen display cock and Married, with three children, he
.were on I along plan's 'ah'd specifications for
3rd Sandra Jackson Pamela I
1 '\ Available to;guests free or cnarge year the proposed work.Commissioner has served as city manager in Here First
Ursry, Jacqueline Vandegrift Pa-
: were numerous informative pam- Melbourne and more recently has
Rardin in com-
phlets which Mrs. Elmer Maxson tricia Hoyle, Rolena Ursry, Glen- worked in public relaitons.
Lillian Sims and Brenda menting upon the meeting which
nie Trett -
Anodized Aluminum
president of the local club asked to started at the Glades Office Building Huguely will take over the
Junior leaders
r have announced were given each Maxson. Peggy. from where the group went to duties of city manager from FrankC. WindowsSliding
I month to Home Demonstration Bitting and Nancy Harrington.Mrs. the Anderson director of finance,
Claude the various school sites, said he Glass Doors
members at their regular meet- Shirley was had witnessed who was named acting city man-
never such complete
winner of a cake in the drawingfor ager following the resignation of New Screens, ReScreening
cooperation of
ings.Centered the among a group
.on this table was n the door prize and pro- elected officials shown, S. J. Sorum Dec. 4, 1963.
as was
was closed by all the 4-H
greenery framed mirror captioned"Put gram Anderson will continue as director -
Commissioner School
their theme City Bailey Gall us for
yourself in the picture H-D girls singing. song"Dreaming" Board Member Carpenter and of finance.
needs YOU!,"- JUrs. M. C. Carter School Martin.
4-H leaders in Canal Point Superintendent I
local vice president and county VISITS THE WROTENS WindowCo.
Attending the conference and Glades
Mrs. Elmer Maxson, Mrs. Ray '
council H. D. officer
greeted guests Mrs. Velva Barter was the recent -
Ursry Mrs. A. R Harrington, on-the-site inspections with Com-
at the door and presented them guests of her son-in-law and
a with a leaflet describing H. D. Mrs. Bruce Bitting and Mrs. W. E. missioner Rardin were the following daughter Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wroten Inc.

work and. listing the clubs in the McCall. Serving at the refresh- officials: Belle Glade City after returning from Valdosta ,
ment table were Mrs. Ralph Duran -
county Commissioner. Bill Bailey County Ga., where she was called due to
996-6447 400 S. E. 1st St.
Mrs. J. H. Moore, Glenn
The program was opened with School Superintendent John Martin the sudden illness and surgery of
Powell, Mrs. O. H. Sheppard and Belle Glade,, FIa.x .
4-Hers Pamela and Rolena Ursry Assistant Director for School her daughter-in-law Mrs. Ronald
1 singing a due "Suppertime" awl Mrs., Bruce Bitting. Plants William Branlard, School f Elliott.
Pam gave a piano solo entitled Mrs. Maxson would like on be-
half of the Home Demonstrationclub ---- .
"March of the Candy Soldiers". ------
4 her appreciationand ;r-rS- -?--?-?- -;-*-% *-v v.%v% * -:* * **.* **:* ** -.. : : :- :-:-:-:-:-:-:---:-:---:---:--
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\ thanks to all those who helpedto ] X L

s J the available program to, explained a 4-Her and the projects told- make our first 4-H style show .-;-. .;-:-.._.'-.-:-.._. .'_...".-.'_......"'._....'.-.'_......_.._'._.._'._.._......_.._.._.._.._......_.._.._.._......_.._......_.._..- .-.._. _.._......_._......_._ .._ ..-:-:-:- I

j the audience that in addition to such a wonderful success and to j. :r.

I the basic requirements a girl must assure a 4-H girl of a scholarshipto I tiTHE f
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record book an-d at camp. --
complete a give' :
I least one demonstration of things : ,
she has learned in the project to
receive credit. 11 New Members f L

I Kandi Jane McCall made a BANK OF I VIIOKU I
"Candlestick Salad" as part of' Pahokee ChamberMrs.
her "Foods and Nutrition Pro- i-I
:HE :
ject", Ann Valiere demonstratedhow

to make a curler bag from a Lillian Padgett secretaryfor *
bleech bottle, with scuf '[(to match the Pahokee Chamber of Com-
and Glennle Tret gave an illustrated merce announces that since the ANNOUNCES

talk on the correct <, way to December membership report II
choose clothes in connection with shows 11 paid-up members have ANOTHER

their "Sewing" projects.' been added to the roll, making a .

Nancy Harrington made a, delicious total of 136 members of the Chamber L

I tuna casserole as her required of Commerce.

demonstration in her New members are as follows, LNEW I
/ I "Foods and Nutrition" project. The Louis Mime Parrish Jewelry. Ga-

f basic 4-H uniform for younger mot Variety Store, Western Auto, BANKING SERVICE
girls of a green skirt and white Norman's Gulf Service, Abney's
blouse was modeled by girls en- Barber Shop and Atlas Agricultural T

rolled .in first year sewing. Girls Chemicals Inc. There were 25
\ modeling to the audience's singing. registered visitors' in the Chamber
f "Old Macdonald had a Farm" I during January.

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