The Everglades news
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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: June 5, 1964
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00390
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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23 Graduated 97' Seniors i At Pahokee'Baptist

Belle Glade High

From Canal Point Vacation SchoolThe
(flnunnrnrrmrnt! tExrrri.ar Ninety-Seven Seniors will receive -
.. their diplomas at exercises
Twenty-three eighth graders tonight in Belle Glade. The nro- i First Baptist Church of Pa-
completed their Canal Point school gram has been scheduled for 8 p. hokee will be having their Vacation
education this week and will enter Bible School June 812. from 9:30a. :
high school in Pahokee this fall, PAHOKEEHIGH - m. to 1230; p. m. PreparationDay
according to Principal W. W. m.Fritz Stein NamedOn will be June Oth from 9:30: to
White. The 23 youngsters as list- 11:30: a. m. Boys and girls ages 3
ed by Mr. White are as follows: SCHOOLCLASS through 16 are Invited to attend.
Manuel Arias, Thomas Bailey, 2-County GroupTwo The following are Superintendents -
Ralph Butler, James Conley, . of the Vacation.Bible School:
Joseph Goode, Darrell Goodson, '> Mrs. Foster Lasslter, Nursery

Richard Ingram, Steve Maxson, ... successful" Palm Beach Supt.; Mrs. ,Fred Wolfe, Jr., 5 year:
Mike McCall, George Muniz, Wayne County businessmen: both with an Beginner Supt.; Mrs. Paul Younger .
Stacy, : avid interest in outdoor sports, are 6 year 'Primary Supt.; Mls3
Dicky Strayer, Leonard Whitaker j 'f joining the Palm Beach-Broward Lynn Britton, 7 year Primary
Ernest Williams, Bobby Moore, OF 1964;" Counties Recreational Development Supt.; Miss Ruth Colvard, 8 year
Vicki Haggins, Sandra Jackson, Committee. Primary Supt.; Mrs. David Un-
Sylvia Martin, Jo Ann Mims, Linda J, '' f Jack Horner of Palm Beach announced win 9 and 10 year Junior Supt.;
Morries, Paula McCall, Wayne Jar- ''': the appointments of Fritz Mrs. William Shirley 11 and 12
riel, Janet Godsey.Rainbow .. : Stein of Belle Glade and Chester year Junior Supt.; Mrs. C. E.
Pike of West Palm Beach to the Williams, Intermediate Superintendent -

Officers j l two-county committee which advises . .
the Central and Southern I
.4 : Florida Flood Control District

Are Installed. &'rtnnt (gymnasiumF411DAY ) : I Homer, Vice Chairman of the Fire Crackers Are

., : FCD Governing Board, organizedthe
committee in January, 1962. To
Dangerous ManyAt
New officers of the Pahokee As- : EVENING, JUNE '5,?1964 Mr. Stein was educated at

sembly 16, Order of Rainbow for : : schools in Belle Glade and was
Girls were inducted in a ceremony : ; 8 :15 O'clock : graduated from the University of the recent meeting of the
In the Masonic Hall with Miss : / : Florida at Gainesville with a degree WSCS of the Pahokee Methodist .
Mary Lee Adams outgoing worthy !./ :I in agriculture. His family has Church, members discussed the \
advisor, installing officer. : farmed in the Glades since 1015t Fourth of July fireworks on the

,Miss Adams presented Miss Pen-:. .;J> ...' A ..tI ., .< t and he continues, to direct farming dike ancj\, the dangers present tb'. _
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nington with a worthy .i /' / v operations 'Incl 1dJn'wi tnbJes. spectators due to chtJdren..throwing -
necklace and gavel and received J : sugar cane, and 'beef cattle1. lighted fire crackers.
from :Miss Pennington the past rn 9 r a"m ;. : A veteran of the U. S. Army; Last year there were several
worthy advisor's jewel. : Mr. Stein aw duty in Munich, minor injuries and burns caused
Miss Pennington chose as her : Germany, in 1954 and 1955.: He is by thoughtless;. children and young-
:flower the rose; colors red and : a member of the Rotary Club of people, The WSCS is making a
white and theme song "SomewhereOver PROCESSIONAL: ................ High School' Band : Belle Glade. His favorite hobbies plea to the parents not to buy their
the' Rainbow", which was "Pomp and Circumstance";-Elger : are fishing: and hunting. Mr. Stein children, fire crackers. Most of
sung by the Jones Sisters. She received : is married, has three sons and a these children are not supervisedand
a worthy advisor's term INVOCATION .....................: Rev. Ora,R. Smith : daughter, and makes his home in. are unaware of the tragedy
book as a gift from her parents, : Belle Glade. they can cause in the name of fun.
:Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Pennington, SALUTATORY........... Wayne Scott Hundley :
who were hosts during the servingof ,
refreshments.: ADDRESS .................. Dr._ G. Ballard Simmons
Dean, College of Education, Florida Atlantic University
Semen el 4l. ,,96 .
Mixson Funeral *
Presentation of Class of 1964 .. Brooks Henderson
Home Opened In
Belle GladeMixson Awarding, Of Diplomas ............ A. R. HarringtonMember Adams, Elaine -Hundley, Wayne Scott
Palm Beach County Board of Trustees Baggett,'Mel bo. Jean Johnson, Julia Anita
Barfield, Loretta Ernestine Jones
Funeral Home in Belle Verlon Elizabeth
Glade, which was opened for busi- VALEDICTORY ............ Margie Diane Hollon Barwick. Virginia Irene I Kautz, David Henry

ness May 20, will be formally dedi- Beede, David Noel Kennedy; William Ralph
..' cated Sunday, June 7, It has been BENEDICTION .............. Rev. Guthrie Colvard Boe, Marie"Pamela King.Gloria Ann .

announced by E. F. Mixson. mortician Boe, William Kent 'Dorothy..EmmaUne .' .
" :RECESSIONAL ...............:... High School Band '
,. and funeral director who has . Boynton. Bruce edgwortundl' Helen Inez ;
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: been a resident of Belle Glade for' . "Coronation March" -Meyorbeier' '. : K. .. Bracewell, Ronald Earl : "McKlnstry, Barbara Jean r
.;}, several''years. ; :. .:. :: Britton, Bobble Jo Max on, Caroyln Louise .: "
p Mixson has been In business ,;j. *
:t't Brock, Thomas Ray Maxwell, Gilbert Mead
with his father-in-law, I. D. Walker .
Bryant, Paula Gall Mills, 'John Benjamin, Jr.. '
and Sons, on Airport Road, for I
Butler Richard Barrett Mole Joe
At' the past 13 years. Before comingto ? '
Clements, Freddie Mueller Ayllffe France ,
Belle Glade he was associatedfor "
two years with funeral homesin Qlnummtrrmrnt! (Sanrert! Compton Barbara Jean Nestor,. June\ Lynn
Ocala. He became a' licensed Cooper, Seth EugeneParker, Walter Claude, Jr.
1948. Wilma Ilene Peacock
funeral director In -Cooper Anita Louise
His wife, Alice Mixson, operatesa Robert O. Lain pi, Crady, Dennis Marvin Peacock, Harold Elliott
florist business In Belle Glade. Director Crosby, Patricia Fay Pell, Charles Welder, Jr.
They have one daughter, Sherrl Culberson, Robert Wyley Pierce;,Cheryl Selene
Mixson Humphries, of Miami. Mix- Cunningham. Harry Enecks Reed, Karen Louise

son is a graduate of the St. Louis "Solid Front" March .................................. Miller -Davis, Barbara Jo Sheffield, Linda Jo
of Mortuary Science. He is
College Davis Joe Carroll Sheppard,Hazel Elizabeth

n Navy veteran, a member' of: Lochinvar .................................................. n uch tel Duke, Paula Leslie Simonson;Roger Lynn
American Legion Post 20, LodgeNo.

Masons.. 1716, B.P.O.E.. Rotary and the Piano Concerto .............................. Tschaikowsky Godsey.Elliott, Eloise Bonnie Summers Thomas: ,Patricia, Frances Lee Elizabeth

_ a.- Goodson, James Vernon Diana
Danube Waves ....................;.................... Ivanovici Thompson Lynn
50 YEARS IN PAHOKEE Gray, Raybeth Jean Thompson; Dorsey Alan

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Padgett and Magic Valley .........f.....:.....:...........:............. Tarver Haggins Rita Elizabeth Wade John Argustus
family of Hamilton Ohio, are expected : Hatton, Carol Mae Watson, Glenda Fay

this week to attend an Happy-Go-Lucky .:................................ ... Course Hand, Gordon Thomas Webb William Lawrence
be held at the
"open house" to
Hayes, Hilda Wilson Linda Carol
home of Mayor Duncan Padgett. West Side Story ....J............................::.,.. Bernstein Hollon. Margie Diane Young Shirley Elizabeth
Friends of Mrs. Alice Moran, Mrs. '
Hughes, Lewell EugeneYoung,_ Walter Clark
Adeline Stuckey and Mayor Pad- Pivot Man March ...........:............:.......:..... Bennett -HONOR STUDENTS -
gett will be helping them celebrate .
their GOth year In Pahokee on Sunday ', '4L .' .,. ) f ,.....:.;. :
June 7, from 2 tin a p. m. '1\' .
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'Frldsq;;June 5.S 1964

_Pr.ge Two _, The Everglades News Canal Point,, Florida 33438
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game. Prizes were won
Calling Shower $1fTIIDAY PARTY Brady, Teresa Douglas 'and Marta
: honored
Pam Story was
Miss Farinas. Cake and ice. cream was
For Miss Sheffield with a birthday party at her.home?' served to the all girl guests.

Friday night, May 29, by her par- . .t..
The home of Mrs. Richard Lane ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Story.'
r 1 was :the 'scene of a calling showerIn The party featured a twist and Mr. and Mrs. M. D."Geig r were
1. I visitors in Ft. Meade last weekend.
Sheffield., '' st'1U1d scramble word
I honor of Miss Wynette limbo cont a
'lIIIh11 Wednesday night from 8 till 9:30p.

nu Greeting guests with Mrs ._ ., ., _,_ .,, _. ,
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Lane were ''Miss Sheffield and her: 'lf rIIIT'j 1">rlrR'rIIITfI'I'\'I 7'\'I' 'II-"rll-t'\mr.fru E

II mother, Mrs. ,Billy '!tl. 'Sheffield.The "
table was laid with an ecru

lace cloth over pink and appointedwith Cattle Sales

crystal candelabra and pink Monday .
tapers. The floral arrangementwas
The Rardin Building In Canal Point FloridaTHE of pink roses and fern. Hostesses Market
: with 'Mrs. 'Lane were "Mrs.' Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock :

LAKE OK1YECHOBEBREGION HOME'OF David Unwin; Mrs. Hueston Con-. '. which is owned and operated by more than 120 I-

jiell. and.( ,)'rra. ,Lee 'P.hlrley. ,Their f..
THE F VE1IGLADES-NEW; gift to the'' honoree' was a nylon ,, I "Florida Cattlemen. 'J
'robe. ' receive hereat
..... ... j I'. You'll enjoy the excellent service you
Serving the I k'bke ch bee Farming1 Region Without this Market. We make an effort at all times to I II

Interruption Every Week for Nearly 40 Years Mrs. Marian Hatton give an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give .

Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday'' Welcomed At Coffee I
trial.SALES 1
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance us a

Mrs. Marian Hatton was honored r
The Everglades w8Is' ntered at the Post OfficeIn /
Canal Point.''Florida, as Second Class Matter Wednesday afternoon with a EVERY MONDAY' AT 1 p. m.
neighborhood "coffee" at the home

Paul Rardin c Owner; Editor, Publisher of Mrs. Billy Ray Mosley. Assist- -

Order of the Rose ,they ing Mrs. Mosley were Mrs. M. P. Glades Livestock Market

Rose Degree Given were: Mrs. Nina Hatton, Mrs Stanley and Mrs. Horace UnwIn
Laura Hatton, Mrs. Lovda New who presented the honoree'with a ASSOCIATIONOn
Elarbee Mrs. Mary pair of crystal ash trays. The table
14 ton, Mrs. Beth ,
In SororityTh Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
Arthur Starling, Mrs. Kay Korbly was laid with a white lace cloth '
and Mrs. Rita Faye Hurt. and appointed with milk glass,can Phone WY 6-3028

Order of the Rose Degre Member of the XI Beta Tai delabra and white tapers centered I
ot Chapter, Mrs. Joan Tucker alsc with a milk glass bowl of pink
was conferred on 14 roses. w.ll \jav>giv8>qw ix ut,IV-III-\.l.III DII.u..II.uIII.uII! V--'I V'J"VI..IIV'JI.! \ 1 \.lW.V--'I V'I'I I
the Beta Sigma Phi Sorority at i a took part.

joint meeting of the four''Pal okee' The ceremony was conducted by --- - -
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chapters of the sorority In th :Mrs. Frances Knight of Lake Park,,
a charter member of the Pahokee
Lions Club Building.
Beta Phi. Beta Sigma Phi s.
Feted were" Mrs. Helen Jeai: Sigma ;?;''i. "
Exemplar degrees were conferredto L3 X,,'L.i:.; assts :a4Yk i} :: .yh{{: iF'i #L'.
Boynton, Mrs. Cornelia Chase, i'., :a9d4. )'r q .h s.' ? i..
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Cunningham, Mrs :Mrs. Ruthanne Zimmerman,, r; ? ,, .
$ xei3 xk
Mrs. Kathryn Elena } g; x'-,!i s'e La b.r. P 3"+
Gethle Friend, ,Mrs. Dorothy Hillier Mrs. Mary Thomas Mrs. 'n' 'Ff:: 'M. ..",$t.
Mrs. Catherine Kennedy Mrs Mindlin and Mrs. Marian Hatton, + ,. ,. a. .. .of'? 5pg 37 .rl i4 r.
y' i i}} <: .,+'q< %i:Y'Ef:jli isr..}.;>':: ; : S:Goal?!.r
a ?: :
Mrs. Lois White presented each i } : Lair, ' an C: .a h
Mrs. Evelyn }
Sarah Thomas, K :..ii. :'.#} .!
Mrs. Grace Maxson Mrs. Marjorie" of the recipients with an Exemplar 'kQs'V., ,, : ):.;; g f,'; n' ii. :Litro.; }%,: :''::';: i ?w L.r:..xy

Mock, Mrs. Mildred Schoeppe' !, Jewel, pin. .}3
Mrs. Elsie Sims, and Mrs. Eva New officers of the Beta Sigma
Spooner. All are members' of the XI Phi City Council installed were:: .fyi:Ybyn

Beta Tau Chapter and each member Mrs. Kathryn Cunningham, president '3, i

has been active in the sorority ; Mrs. Joan Gamot vice presi- i:s e# t I? :xS.
dent; Mrs., Norma Aldridge, re- } A } i ,
for 15 more. N ? < i Y ,.
years or !: t#' ; Mrs. Ruthanne : :: + ; !{ i. i .
cording secretary; r h ;4L y
Beta .
the .
Seven members of + J{:; iy.i; t ,' ';' si'S', c:.+Y Ei.i1'.rirtY4 Y,
Omicron Chapter took part In th Zimmerman, corresponding secre- ., $ s + f. ; + taq .
tary; and Mrs. Glenda Padgett, xa kr 'ki'.. i # ,
-_ .' --.' -. '.r treasurer. Mrs. Virginia Collier '6 : .' :.: V. u'.#: 9i } ',kJ. { +f'a6 Se 's"'rrY' :
:a, is ;f ( iiq w: a' q'Kai.r.
outgoing council president was installing .. .Q.am', ..b t r} .k:' v;' '?' Jy. 'h6}:..tys. ?L Q.eiki
Classified Ads officer. t. .R+ }' w,' .

Taking part In the installation F7'Y" 'i dk
+ $o'a{
ceremony were newly ?S .,' u
POSITIVELY all want ads 01 ter delegates to the council; Mrs. :;}. ... qJ eA

classifieds, as you wish to call Jill Pitts, Phi Gamma Nu; Mrs. ,,,yyt? : Lo-. them, are payable in advance from Betty Walts and Mrs. June Parker: t \ i : .. ? < %q'k 4

'his day forward Don't phone 'em XI Beta Tau; Mrs. Mary Arthur 4}. ik

Write It and drop a dollar bill in Starling and Mrs. Carmen Antuna, : nr '
Beta Omicron Mrs. Evelyn Lair }i ar',6dt? z#+a i:
the envelop if you want it run ;

once. $2 if you want it run twice and Mrs. Dorothy Hillier, XI Alpha oaikY. }.L} q.kQ Ma kvY. K' f w E? a: a i
and so on. Mu.
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HAVE YOU decided to clear out t
the attic and advertise the stuff Mrs. Lewis FriendIs

for sale through these columns?

You'll surprised how much stuff Club PresidentWednesday ..
you can get rid of and how much

money you can take in., It only.
costs $1 to try an ad for a week, bt' .
May 27, was the last .

FOR SALE: New and Used Willys meeting of the Pahokee Womans _

Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage Club until September. New officers .. i 1
in Belle Glade 'Phone'6.3058. I for the coming year were installed -

Oct. 17-54-ch by 'Mrs. Bill Plumer who
"The Flowers"by : I- b
used the program : -
IS THERE ANYTHING in the at- Mrs. Don Hillier. 'Mrs. Plumer
like to convert into lI'U"p' [ 'cwfn
presented each officer with a purple -
cash? A small classified ad in
Bougainvillea (the club flower ai ,
'.this column 'will turn"the trick. Lt ). +
;only costs a'dollar-cash 1ith brder. LewisFriend installedas
Mrs. was
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president, Mrs. E. C. ,Johnson,

7" ,BY SINGER, vice president; Mrs Leon Spooner' ,
rand new Round Bobbin sewing 2nd vice president; Mrs: E. 'B.

machine. Back 'tacks seams: -sews Gamble, recording secretary; }{r-*. It's an important gasoline discovery! Methyl
plns- -dial tension ahd 'stitchregulator Glenn Powell, corresponding secre-
'$ 9.150-$9. O down and tary; Mrs. Sam McKlnstry, ''treasurer steps up octane performance so effectively that it stops power-wasting

$ .OO a month. Glades Mercantile ; Mrs. R. F. Hurt, parliamentarian knock ''better than any other antiknock compound. ''Methyl spreads .

Company 255 E. 'Lake'Avenue 'Pa- ; and 'Mrs. Wiley Tlllls, auil- more evenly throughout all cylinders of your engine, stands up under

hokee 9245597. AlTtf itor.Mrs.. C. M. Todd past president extreme temperatures'. And it's in Standard gasolines (Crown and

HOUSE FOR KALE: In South presented Mrs. Plumer with a gift Crown Extra) . at -no increase in 1= = == ==== ,.
Bay. Two bed room CBS con- for serving as installing officer that
Another important way
struction, carport, 'large utility and Mrs. Glenn Powell presented STANDARD,
924-4111 'and we take better care of your car.
room.. Day Phone Mrs. Todd with a Past President'sPin ;

night phone 996-6274. '. 5p and gift from the club. .Methyl-trademark e
Mrs. James almond was receivedas OIL
HOUSE FOR SALE in Indiantown.
a new member and Mrs. James
Three bedrooms, 1 bath, completely '
McMellen and Miss Dianne Hollon
furnished< or unfurnished, recognized as guests. The
enced, landscaped, fruit trees,
club presented Mrs. Leon Spooner
'FHA, $56 month all. City
per pays
with a gift for her 25th wedding;
water and sewer. Low down pay-
anniversary and for perfect attendance IVI
\'ment. P. O. Box 159, Indlantown ethyl
over the past four years. r
or phone 5972580. 2tp
I Announcement was made of the

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presidents( and new members which ...now in Standard !
Thurmond Knight will be held at the home of Mrs. ,

Realty Inc. .1. E. Williams. Wednesday, June
3. Miss '''Dianne Hollon was presented '
a gift for being student ; AgentCanal ;
Office 844.1355-Res. VI -268! ,
member for the vear.CLASSIFTF.n .' .'- ,
'Box; 9998, Riviera 'Beach . .
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Free men have never gone<<; in much,for silence.! ;"f:_ own family's future, you're helping Uncle .

Even before the :first thirteen States became Sam tend to the business of keeping men free

United States speaMngf freedom today. .. ,. ,
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.J' _in.neighborhood activities. Some speak out for But'you speak every bit aa surely. And every: ', :;'':.' ',' !'r

freedom in other languages, in other lands. bit as proudly.'I' "I ,a *

And millions of'Americans speak'out for freeWhy not speak,out.for freedom now? Buy .'.: *

dom every time. they,buy U.S. Savings. Bonds.- Bonds at the bank. or on the Payroll Savings. : :. *.' "

Plan where work. ,: :
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buy is an investment in Keep freedom In your future with I '-.f

freedom. While you're 1- __ 1 1
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Friday.,,June 5. 1904

,,.m Four The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida 33438

Mrs. Lenora Santee of West I BIRTHDAY PARTY -

Palm Beach, was the weekend Robbins: registered
Lee DuBose
guest of Mrs. Edna Pickett. Mrs. Tommie at Bolton's Rexall
'' pharmacist
honored with a surprise' birthday
Miss Julie Unwln was the guestof das Drugs in Pahokee is In St. Marys
Mr. and Mrs J. H. Wilkinson party by members of her Hospital In West Palm Beach

last weekend at their home at Salt I Wednesday afternoon at the where he underwent emergency

Springs.Mr. . school. One of the outstanding surgery for a ruptured appendixa
cupcakes few ago. Reports are to the
of days
I features was a group
: + hsSr : and Mrs. R. F. Hurt were Birthday" effect that he Is on the mend satisfactorily
the recent guests of her father L. which spelled "Happy considering the serious-
C. Norton, In Nocatee Fla. Mrs. DuBose". The party was plan- of his condition.
I ned entirely by the children. ness
I Mr. and Mrs. Ted Echols of :Melbourne J-
Ii i were the wekend guests )f --

his parents Mr. and Mrs. DowEchols. .... .. .. .... ...... ... .... .... ...... .u

Luke Frazer plans to fly to A 1INCERETHANK '
Methodist Hospital In Houston,I

Tex., Saturday for a medical check YOU


J. P. Parker has received wordof to the more than 20,000 people who
the serious illness of his mother, I entrusted their vote and support to

Mrs. Ted Flgenza who is In a local I me on May 26th.
r hospital in St. Louis Mo. I "
To those who supported' the losing'candidate ti; .
Mrs. H. M. McIntosh and Miss I will you Join this, effort to 7t'

Julia Mathis were the weekend place a man In the November General p. ,, ."
guests of Mr. and Mrs. William i Election who will bring fair and equal ':
for all Palm Beach
Corbin and family in Ft. Myers. representation
County residents to all County Commission -

Mrs. L. P. Turbeville Is a patientIn I affairs. :
Everglades Memorial Hospital ffA..

following surgery Tuesday. I "ANDY" ANDREWS Ad::;: ,

Ellis Wilkinson left recently for

Zellwood where he plans to remain .. .. ... ........ .
for several weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Maxson and I

daughter. Brenda left Friday for I

home of Dr. and Mrs... Richard C. Lane in Pahokee was the scene Lake Charles La., where they plan I
Wednesday evening May 27, of a silver anniversary calling party In I to spend the summer. I
compliment to Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Lampl on their 25th wedding
anniversary. Mr. Lampl is director of the Pahokee High School Band Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weeks and
and scretary-treasurer: of the Florida Bandmaster Association. Mra daughters of Miami were the
Lampi is office secretary,at Pahokee High School. weekend guests of his father J. G. THANK YOU !
.. .........""' -........ Weeks.

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Birthday.PartyMrs. AND SUPPORTI

and Mrs. Bill Shackford had Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. anc Lee Shirley entertained her
as their guests her daughter, Mrs Mrs. R. W. Sanders were their son Chris with a birthday party In
Harry Dermody and baby anc daughter Mrs. Stan Austin and honor of his fifth birthday, Thursday Deeply Appreciate The Vote

Mrs. Shackford's mother Mrs son Drew of Miami and their sor at the Pahokee City Par't. Support I Received In The May 26
Chard and ,sister Mrs. Clinton and ,family, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Games were played by the approximately -
Smith of Ft. Myers.Mr. Sanders and Michael of Pahokee. 25 children attending with I Election.
prizes awarded' the winners. Mrs I
and Mrs. Bill Whitcomb and Mrs. Mary Arthur Starling and Shirley was assisted by Mrs. Karl ROBERT FULTON

daughter Pam were the weekend daughters left recently for Jack Watson and Mrs. Lee Wroten. I

guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs I sonville where they were the - - - - -- ----
--- --- ---

Jack Mr.Spencer and,,Mrs.: _H. C. Graham we.- I Eva.guests,Lowe Mr.of and,the accompanied,Mrs.children Starling.Mrs.grandparents Star.Miss I !!IllinlllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! ! !I:I!III!!I' illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllill!! ! !11111111tl-! .1.1i

called to Orlando recently due tithe ling.and was the guest of her aunt. i== I ==
death of his sister-in-law, Mrs i
I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Watson left

Charles Lee Graham. recently for Oliver Ga., where they E Just 3. MoreKAHN'SDEPT.Days
Miss Elinor Brackln and hei: will be the guests of relatives for :

brother, Steve, were the guests of; several days. --
their parents.' Mr. and Mrs.Loyd I -
Ronnie Kautz arrived Friday
Brackin In Eagle Lake Sunday
from Georgia Tech to spend the
Steve has taken a position as bar
with his parents Mr. and
ber at the O. K. Barber. Shop in summer
Mrs. Herman Kautz.
Pahokee. STORE
Mrs. O. T. Usher of West,Palm Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Chastain, Jr., : .
and family were the guests of her :
Beach was the guest of her daughter -
parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Platt 4
and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs '
C. W. Herring. In Pahokee.Mr. of Pahokee during the past- week- 133, .AVE A BELLE GLADE, FLA.
and Mrs. M. P. Holman'' are
Mrs. Frank Rosenberg* Is a pa-
expecting his brother and family.
Mr and Mrs. Ralph Holman. and tient at St. Marys Hospital where
4 she recently underwent ,surgery. !I- AnniversaryBALE
son Don of Ozark. Ala., thIS week :

Miss Judy York of Tampa will .
and Mrs. Chester Long of be the guest of her parents. Mr. ====

.Buffalo. N. Y. 'and North ,.,Palm and Mrs. Luther York, of Pahokee .,
Beach were recent visitors of this weekend.Mr. ,....
.. = .
their daughter Mrs. Frank,Rosen- and Mrs..,.R. ..X..Smithwerethe : = ,. ,.
berg. They returned to thelr-hom In of her sister and I ,J. n.. 0/ .S. 'C'f'
t recent guests
,;. _... :
Buffalo Monday by plane and were brothe in-law, Mr. and :Mrs. Doyle = _1"( j "l ....,... t . .' .. =.or r.
their two small 5C.vimes '. 1- ()r
accompanied by Branyon at Melbourne.

grandsons until Mrs.who Rosenberg will be their recupe-guests Mrs. Homer.arrowis' vlftOng > 4 To An Enid! '

relatives In Indianapolis and plansto .
rated from her recent surgery.
return Monday.Mrs. .
Terri! Thomas has returned to
her home after a visit with her Steve Stevens, and daughter "
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Joe of Clewis ton, were the guestsof Is ,
'Ollie Adams, Every Department Loaded =
Kelly in Ft. Pierce. Terri is th" her mother :Mrs. -
daughter of Mr. and Mrs., .J. V. and visited with Mrs. Earl Maxson
Thomas Jr. who was a patient at Everglades
Memorial Hospital.C. With Terrific Money
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilkinsonand
Y. Scrogglns of Lake Worth .
children and Dr. and Mrs. F.
H. Poteete and children were was the recent guest of his daughter Saving ValuesKAHN'S

weekend visitors to Salt Springs.Mrs. and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. :
R. J. Maxson.
Minter Collins and Mrs. Bill
Mrs. J. E. Carter was the week- =
-Carey and son Jeff have returnedto =-=
their home from' a visit to Port end guest of her brother and sist-

'St. Joe where they were the guests. er-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Dow

of relatives. Celger.
Mrs. Lovda Newton and small Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Humphrey

daughters spent the weekend at have had as their guests this week .
McDonalds Singer Beach Villas onSlnget' her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. J. .

Island. Harville of Alamo, Ga. Belle Glade Florida "By Jonas"p
133 Ave. A ; _
Mrs. Gertie Williams arrived In Mr. and Mrs. Trevette Weeks of :
Sraceville., Fla., where he attends =-
West Palm Beach by plane from =
Asheville N. C., Sunday. Mrs. the Baptist Bible Institute were
Williams had accompanied her the: recent guests of her mother 1II1I1II1I1I1fuJor ;
:mother. Mrs. P. M. Cate to Asheville Mrs. Dave Haut and his father, J. iIiIilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllliUlliliinlillllllllIUlllllillllllllllllllllillll11II11; !!

from-,L*esburg. 3. Weeks.

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Friday, June 5, 1964
r The Everglades News, canal Point Florida 33438 Pap lira'
Sorority Chapter Patterson CircleTo I PAST PRESIDENTS M. Todd Mrs. Billy Ray Moaley,
I A Coffee honoring past presi- Mrs. Leon Spooner end Mrs. Norman
In .Regular .Meet MondayThe dents and new members of the Pa, Kennedy. New members:! were

hokee Womans Club was held in. Mrs. B. C.- Johnson and Mrs. J. C.

Ruthanne Zimmerman lone Patterson Circle of the the garden of Mrs. J. E. Williams Simonds. .
president of Beta Sigma Phi presided I Canal Point Baptist Church will \Vednesday morning. AssistingMrs. .

at the chapter meeting at the BIRTHS meet at the home of Mrs. Nellie Williams were Mrs. R. F. Grady. Chancellor is a patient at

home of Mrs. Kay Korbly. The Renter, Monday June 8 at 2:30: p. Hurt and Mrs. E. B- Gamble Pastpresidents St. Mary's. Hospital in West Palm

group chose "Around the World"as :Mr. and m. Mrs. M. C. Carter will be in I attending were Mrs. C. Beach.CRACKER .
for Mrs Franklin David I
duringthe the theme coming year. activities Waters of Clewiston, announce the charge of the .program.. rI .. _ _--- -----

Mrs. Zimmerman presented birth of a son, Steve Franklin. "-vir! t"\"yh'n-Wlt7\It7\' 1t7\"lt7\"ltn lt ''iltn''I 'It \" ltITflln"'yjt7'\I, rnIm1I?VlJ "
a I
Born "House Is
May Cleaning"
program on "Ar; and Amateurs,
in which she displayed some of her Mr. and Mrs. James Lamar Williams Topic For ClubHome
of Belle Glade HISTORY OF
art work and described various announce the
hobbies of some of' the members. birth of a son, Brandon Lamar. Demonstration Club of Ca- _

Standing committee chairmen Born June 1. nal Point will meet Tuesday morn- 1

awarded achievement stars for Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Blyston 5 ing at 9:30: a. m. at the Community LAKE OKEECHOBEE
of Canal Point .
meritorious service during the announce the birth Center. This will be the last!'

past year were, Mrs. Carolyn Jer- of a daughter Jillena Lee Born meeting the year and a good at-
June 1.Henderson. By Lawrence E. Will
nigan, Mrs. Marian Hatton, Mrs tendance
Elena Mindlin Mrs. Sally Mayo, --.- .- is entitled ,"A Dozen Ways to Hate Author of "Okeechobee Hurricane"' and
and Mrs. Sheila Ames. House Cleaning Less' enl mem- ,
Home "Custard Apple Days"Mound
bers are urged to bring:: their short j I

Johnsons Fete WSCS Meeting Scene ing.cuts on house cleaning to the meet-

Class MembersDr. I>. Builders Seminoles
Members of the WSCS of the
Canal Point Methodist Church met INSURANCE MEETING Battle of Okeechobee Hungry Land
and Mrs. E. C. Johnson and at the home of Mrs. Brooks Hen- Thursday, May 28, was the be-
daughter, Julia, were hosts to derson in Pahokee, Monday night ginning of the Honor Club Conven- Capt. Tom Bass Fisherman's Friend

senior class members their dates Mrs. Donald Kepp presided. The tion which was held at the Robert Pogey Bill, the Sheriff

and members of the high school program was presented by Mrs. Meyer Hotel in Jacksonville. At- *
faculty. A: buffet table featuringthe Robert Shelley and was entitled tending from the Life Insurance "Doc Anner" Darrow

school colors of royal blue and I "What it means to belong to the Company of Georgia in the Glades "Fingey" Conners, Highway Builder
white was laid with a white cloth Womans Society." area were Staff Managers, Chester
and appointed with silver candelabra The group revealed their secret Mullis and Frank Tlllis, ant First Railroad on the Muck

and blue tapers. Centered on 'I sisters and voted to continue sec- agents Paul Watson, Alex John- Sugar Industry

the table was a two tiered cake ret sisters for another year. They' son, Charles Newman and Claude -
Gorden. Forgotten 'Settlements Tantie, Utopia, Nemaha,
topped with 'a boy and girl gradu- also voted not to have a meeting In
- -
ate with a diploma at their feet. July. The August meeting will beheld I Elderberry, Scratchankle.
Door prizes were won by Miss at the home of Mrs. C. B. WMU MEETING MONDAYThe
Dottie Lair Miss Elaine Adams, Stringari. Canal Point WMU met at
Jimmie Vandegrift, David Kautz the church Monday night at 8 p.l I "A History That's Different"Now
- m. with Mrs. Charles Maxson in
G. Whiteside
and by Mrs. R. and
John Howell. YWA Members Given charge'! of the program.! She was
- I assisted by Mrs. Cecil Ork" and On Sale at Local Magazine Stands
Graduate Honors I MM. James Rogers. Mrs. R. T.

Star Group Goes Smith presided at the business ,

To Clewiston MeetThe Members of the Y. W. A. of the meeting. I j "1 UIII lil 1 tvs tt .. j
First Baptist Church of Pahokee
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District 18 Eastern Star held their "End of the Year" part

School of Instruction was held in at the City Park Thursday, May

Clewiston, Saturday, May 30. At- 28 with a Pool and Picnic Supperin
tending from Canal Point and Pa- honor of the members who are ,.. -.

hokee was Mrs. Eunice Hughes. graduating. Attending the party
Mrs. Annette McCurdy, Perry were 15 girls and their leaders,

Sizemore'*, Mr. and Mrs. H.; C. Mrs. Lee Shirley and Mrs. Gene
Graham, Mrs. Ruth Meredith, Mrs. Gore. Nine of the members will be I
Sam McKinstry Mrs. Adaline graduated from Pahokee High II I

Wroten, Mrs. M. F. George, Mrs. School Friday nigh I

Perry Hall, Mrs. Edna Barrett - ,I
Mrs. H. G. Rogers and Mr. and rS.sl I
Mrs. H. A. F'underburke. Eastren Air Lines ., .. /r. ... 1
1 it r ., ,
,H.asFai: :Display { N h'Fd a 7 a ,
Kay 'Wroten Has
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MIAMI-Following initial suc- '. .- ... .
Birthday PartyMrs. ." I
cess of the services offered at its t. a : "1 I

Lee Wroten entertajned her own World's Fair terminal build-
ing in the transportation area of
daughter Kay, with a birthday
party at her home Saturday in the New York World's Fair, Eastern drown it... burn It.. :
honor of her fifth birthday. Games Air Lines has decided to install

were played and prizes given to similar facilities in the Florida .-
the winners. Cake and ice cream Pavilion located in the fair's"

was served to the 17 small guestsby amusement area. .
will avail itself of an Invitation I
Eastern ."
Mrs. Lee Shirley and Ray
Hawk who assisted Mrs. Wrocen. from the Florida Develop- I I-
.. - ment Commission to share space in .
its information kiosk adjacent to I '. .
i" ', .. .
Battle ContinuesOn :
the Minute Maid exhibit and the 1 : .;
,.. .( ::.J.!:' "tt..
conspicuous citrus tower. 'Y; .. "\'Iij
"Alligator Alley"TALLAHASSEEOpponents Direct telephone lines will tie I. '. ,.,. VI .:) '! \\I.
of Into Eastern's reservations officeIn : I :" ,.
"Alligator Alley", the proposed Manhattan to provide immediate r l,se rh j .I

twolane.toll. road between Naples confirmation of reservations. .' I
and Fort ''Lauderdale are continu- Eastern also provides hourly ..

ing their battle1 against the pro- "shuttle bus" service exclusively Y ..

for its passengers directly to and _. 'I. ; '. :... uJ. 1!' Ject.Attorneys : '
AAA: Motor from both LaGuardia and Kennedy i..t
for the '
_. sd'J' oil
i ""JIt IP
Clubs of 'Florida and for the Cityof International Airports.Burger : 3' ;I . .. ...:. .. rt 1'. '. .1I {
-s . -..: ..,:.: ':... !' 't. ;\ I i h u. 1dIIt: VfWA4td oi111xU11
Miami are. presenting: argu :-2 -_!- ... ..-' t.. .. ''J .h...d It..!:= =: i .. 'T .v '..;. ,:. ;:.'o,.' Keea. ., 'r. uv'I J .:.c' ':: 1JJtdJ rTI0 "'."

ments before.the Florida Supreme =-= == .'t. '; 'I'' "'.f .. c -11:>1- 1

Court court not to cite Validate' reasons in the asking$17 mill the? Heads Pan King Am: Pres.Group, ,?' ? :r \ysur Ifls. ;Sojrfcif. ..n.t*roVt- Isss Its vsl......r ...n stop jh.r hsg ": : '. I'!:':r"
ion bonds which the Flor cfa- Development -I: -
., '
r ..: ,.
Commission proposes tissue "
to finance the project. MIAMI James W. McLamore, What hr 't happened to .U. S. can be replaced. And the service I.' ..

Arguments against the toll road president of- the Burger King Savings Bonds? is free. :"E'. I

include they fact that the state Corp., has been named Hotel chairman and They've been stolen and'thrown The safety is just one of the .
constitution does not permit one of the Pan American why U. S. Savings I
scheduledfor into a river. Mistakenly left in an many reasons r
county to underwrite construction Restaurant Exposition Miami Beach.McLamore1 oven and baked at 400. Hidden in Honor* are the most widely held
of a road in another county. The'! j Oct. 12-14 in securities in the world. Anotherby
cookie and
Is also president of a jar eaten full of holes
AAA says also the bond resolu- why should In. :
Restaurant Association hungry beetles. Forgotten in n rood reason you {
tion collection of tolls afterexpiration the: Florida .'
permits the giant pair of work pants and wnshet' cst in Bonds is the important job
bond which helps sponsor
of the original be exhibition that annually attracts bleached and spin dried. Cut in- ,hey. can do right now in makingrvericn. ..
should .
period when the road
safer from the enemies
to tiny pieces by an irate gift '
free :
turned to the state as a over '
over . .. freedom.
road paid. Gnawed by mice, and gobbl.. .
when the bonds are ""r
The motor clubs says, that the MRS. McCLELLANT BETTERMrs. by goa ts. 't. *y Bonds and see if you don't

counties involved have not acquired L. V. McClelland is Improving Yet, in spite of all p.. . _,tty jrood nbout it. ,... *.
Doctor's .
at -
rteht-of-way for the road. i following an operation Gables. fortunes, these Bonds *., nfntul U.S. Savings Boruls '
"Alligator Alley" figured prominently 1 Hospital Jn. ..---- ., to their owners. They dJ'* :Zi; for every $3 at maturity ,
in the gubernatorial campaign stop growing value. I :,.;-t your money anytime J.,
with front-runner Mayor Alvie Earlv arrived this weekend . ,l- ere replaced free If lost '
Haydon Burns of Jacksonville per- from Arkansas University *:o The Treasury' Departm r'. .' : '1,'Ien You can care auto .a aa I

sonally appearing before the Stats! spend the summer with his par- record on microfilm \to i .Tyroll Saving

nta, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Early. . ,. ruture"'tth' ...
Road Board urging the state not .It Savings Bond sold. So ..ql < f .1 ; i < our ;

to approve the project. .e ,! that's lost, destroyeu o*I41.!. : f.... '.:;:., ._'a;>iJGS BONDS. \..
Buford Justice of ..
Mavor Robert King High of MI- Mr. and Mrs. i .., t. '.;. ,
ami came out against the projectand Forth Palm Beach were weekend ..'y 1 n1rL en: I :.1. I.. '? '. ."If.:.

under his leadership the CityOf visitors in Pahokee last weekend. ::.." .' ,_ ;.1rid4' LUO."I':' ... .
Miami became a party to the TAB ",... Qe,41rs"'i,el ;.t-.. -. . ',. '(I.. 7r..."v V sp.,.,.....,. .. (
legal suit endeavoring.to atop the CLASSIFIED AD*. VF . 1AeIIa. ..'NfMb11Ff"(,1fhr: rl.r ,.._ ......... .l#'. /bI' II,.', ,.Cn.C" .n .rb -
bond! Issue. ,BIO DIVIDBNUS .. fA ri,... =
y1'1 i y. ...

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June 5, 1964
Page Six: The f Everglades News, Canal Point Florida 33438 Friday .
........ ,. .... __ -.. _.-t'<-. I _
--,--. _____ --- -..... -. - - --- -._- .= "'----"--- -- -- .- 'II SCSTExecutfve Miriam and Gertrude Shirley'circles -

.....v....... ". .. - .- - -- - - , -- .. -:-.- ... tied.for,the,membership count.'
'Ioo -- Board Met MondayThe Announcement was made, of 1jp
;i Youth Fellowship, 'awards: given

I; .' Of THe, Churches 1 Executive Board of the May 10 to Roger Simonson, Wayne

-. WSCS of the First Methodist Hundley, Billy Boe Bruce Boynton -
Church of Pahokee: met Monday Carol Hatton and Dottie Lairr
- -------- Mrs. Reeves and Mrs. R. J. Slmon7son
1 1 ruwwru Night in the Womens Class room
The Methodist Church Holy NativityEpiscopal : Christian Science of. the Sunday. School, building. reported on their trip to the
The general WSCS met in the convention which was held in Orlando -

: Canal, Point, Florida Church Group Of Canal PointA Chapel and made the decision to I in April.
Pahokee hold their regular meetings duringthe The program was presente'dI trg

'.. '.: Robert A. Shelley Pastor Bible Lesson on the subject summer months.A I Mrs. John Hatton, entitled "Where

SUNDAY: Rev. L. Leasing Vicar "God the Only Cause and, Crea fish fry is being planned with Does the Christian Woman Volun
. L 10:00: a. m.-Church School SUNDAY: tor" wil be heard at all Christian the Mens Class for June 17 to wel- teer Her Time?" She was assisted
F!11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship 10 a. m.-Sunday School Science services on Sunday. It will come back the minister and his by Mrs. J. L. Tyson, Mrs.' Robert
W ((6:30 11:00 a. m.-Worship Service contain from the: Hatton and Mrs. Wilbur Maxwell.
I : p. m.-Youth Fellowship : many passages family. Mrs. J. L. Reeves announced ..:
$ "7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship - Bible acknowledging God's great- that there will be a shelf in the ---

MONDAY: South Side ChurchOf ness as the source of all that Is church, library containing the Mr. and Mrs. Phil Bonnell are
r1: 3:15: p. m.-iTouth Choir prac- real and good. Included is this scrap books of the WSCS which business visitors in Daytona BeacH
T lice ChristBelle verse from Psalms ((33:4): ): "The will be available to members. The I this week.

,.1, 2nd MONJUAX: word of the Lord is right; and all I
,'. 7:3O: Esther: Class meet- Glade across from his works are done in truth." --- --- ------ -- -- ----- --------- --
: p. m.- ---- -------
: ingTUESDAY Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 From "Science and Health with .,. .
.0:00: a. m.-Bible Study }Y43ft a' l? RO }4 f}' : % Yv.j .
: Key to the Scriptures" by Mary t ti.'
8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society 11:00: a. m.-Sermon Baker Eddy will be read the following ro ,','3..;,
6:30: p. m.-Evening Service Y 3fit "" '.6'E': .
1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY : "To grasp the reality and : <.JS '.92d :' '}masks. "
6:30: m.-Wed Bibla Study ': i; P :
p. 's3: :
: - order of being in Science you
7:30 m.-Prayer Meeting must begin by reckoning God as '
p. ; .a,45r'5}: ? } 2 3::,' 3. 2, l Ko,6 sep
St. Peter's Lutheran the divine Principle of all that V .
v P V -V ?>*KT> # J> .{s"v -.? <*?
really is" ( 275)). ls-swCA.Jh.xi..'->.5' <::WfrtJ+ "f f->? 4-**$'*'-? *' A ,
First Methodist Church Belle Glade p. 'wg 5Y.,Y.ft; ?;2- .. ,e'F; ";. fi
---q - >yV :p? 'i'w;+,r 4*'::s..Y's%.:
Church PahokeeJohn 55 ; YT?" >' : } '':
August Koerber Pastor Witnesses Go To M ) ':" kd tS.SS ,
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade ,r
A. Briiey, Pastor SUNDAY: Orlando Meeting #: ? s' rEY'' 5t
% 4.: :> x
SUNDAY: Divine Services 11 :A. M. iS ptb'zY'p '., .4'a.> <.at ?r. )d.3#.:
m.-church "Si n d. .$, ,
9:45 School 'Erfiyy'
: a.
9:45 M. the Belle Glade
School A. Delegates from .
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship - Congregation of Jehovah's wit- 55, 5' $<,r4fF 1 Mt
6:45: p. m.-MYF 3S fF*. ......e 2 ?''y2 '
this week for :
The Church Of God nesses are leaving a .
x s:4.l- : ,; :
7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship three-day religious gathering in } };

TUESDAY: Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Orlando June 5, 6, 7. J R
7:00: p. m..-Vesper Choir pra' Point Road Miles P. Crum local presiding x, >a

ticsWEDNESDAY witness minister said that all in
: John H. Kinard. pastor the congregation would attend if 55x.
7:45: p. m.-Mid.week devo- 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School at all possible since the witnesses
tions 11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service consider the*" association and Instruction -
8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir prac- 7:45: p.' Evangelistic Service that they receive at such

tice 8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. gatherings to be very vital to their

8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. Christian ministry."We :?;:. w.i:>;
St. Mary's Catholic Everyone welcome. Special music must take advantage of opportunities -
find singing. 'such as this to receive N
ChurchFather .? r' .,. ,
t t spiritual food Crum said "inas- 4s'1piPg; sSyfT rN r >f

Canal Point I much as spiritual food is as neces-' J> .-.. >'.:::., ,--" >.'. -, .... .JW" _... .
1 : ''' '
Francis Fennech Pastor sary to our spiritual welfare as "' '>
Sunday Mass 11:30: a. m. Baptist Church material food is to our physical r <<. ,' 1"

Confessions before Mass welfare.." : :!
Lawrence Stewart. Pastor ,As proof Crum cited Jesus' f
SUNDAY: words at Matthew 4:4: and added St.. v S.t i:
First Baptist 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School that many, talks and demonstra-

Church Canal PointElder 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship tions by the delegates and Watch-
6:30: p. m.-Training Union tower Supervisors Fred Barnes
7:30 m.-Evening Worship theapplication
Lester Reams p. and Joseph Saia. would stress
SUNDAY: WEDNESDAY: of Christians' 'princi
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting ples among people of all nationsin
, 9:4: :$ a. m.-Sunday School '
. -
;', 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship our present day society.
6:30: p. m.-B. 1. C. The Pahokee ChurchOf Crum said that a special featureof 1.

7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship. this particular assembly will beth
TUESDAYS: The NazareneRev. free showing of a film'' produced
Guys On the Go Need Milk Guys 0
7:30: p. m.-Choir practice. by the Watch Tower 'Bible and
:WEDNESDAY: 433. Max.D.Bacom Jones Point Pastor Rd. Tract Society covering a series of n the Go Need Milk Guys On the Go
7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer 24 religious assemblies which the<
Service. Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 Society sponsored In 1963. The Need Milk Guys On the Go Need M
'' SUNDAY. SERVICES: film is entitled. ."Ever-
THURSDAY:-Every other week Proclaiming
I 7:30: p. m.Ladies Auxiliary 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School lasting Good News Around The ilk Guys On the Go Need Milk Guys
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship' World."

_Meeting.h.- 6:30: p. m.-Juniors 'e On the'Go; Need Milk Guys On the G:
7:00: p.' m.-Sunday Evening
'L$ b Church Of Christ evangelistic Service o Mrs. B. r Elliott and daughters o Need Milk Guys On the Go Need
WEDNESDAY: Lonna and .Lora. of Tallahassee

125 N. W. Avenue D 7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer arrived 'Thursday, to attend the Milk, Guys: On, the Go Need Milk Gu.
graduation of her sister Miss
Phone WY 6-3867 meeting. Linda Wilson. Mrs. Elliott will be On 'the Go Need Milk
Belle Glade Fla. "Where you are a stranger but ys. : Guys, On t
the guest of her parents :Mr. and
e SERVICES -once.. Mrs. Lon Wilson for the weekend. he Go Need Milk Guys On the Go N
10:00: a. m.-Bible Study -+r-- ,J. .-- .. .
.x 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship First ,
Baptist -'- -------- --- ---
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7:30: p. m.-Bible Study
Guthrie W. Colvard. Pastor

|lades Baptist Church 9:45: a.. ta.;.*-Sunday School ','!C vs :.. .
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(Rev. Jonathan L. Wolf) *7:3O: p. m.-Evening Worship!;:' "'1. 'r.p'. "
Meets in Pahokee Lions Club 6:80 p*. m.-Training Union rj b Brild Hom ?
Building., WEDNESDAY: < : TA

y SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45: a. m. 7:80: p. .-Prayer Service.
PREACHING-11:00: a. m. and - .
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SUNDAY B. Y. F.6:30: ,p. m. -
{ WED. PRAYER-7:30: p. m. Tuesday Morning' s. .
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u" ''..! Church Of God, Baptist The WMU Church of the met Pahokee Tuesday First i.. office in Belle Glade or Pahokee. In either place

;. : Barfield Highway morning at the church with Mrs. ':
will be given first hand information
you in
(r.1; E. B. Gamble presiding; Mrs. # regard
, Pahokee Fla, Guthrie Colvard and Mrs. Bill
"' ': J. W. Hughes, Minister Shirley presented the program I'lt -. to a loan for your dream: home. Take time out to

,;.;:;:c a, t Phone 924.3736 which was on Brazil. .

r 4", "t'SUNDAY' : At the close of the program Mrs. day and drop by you'll be glad you did.
;;:' 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School Cblvard asked the group for a
r 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship I period of silent meditation and
" ,.' 7:30: p. Evangelistic Ser- I prayer followed by one stanza of

vice'TUESDAY "Onward Christian Soliders". .
: The community mission pro- EVERGLADS l FEDEaAL.Savings.
7:30 p. m.-prayer Service gram for June is to participate In .
THURSDAY: Vacation Bible School. Mrs. Joe :
,7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ:: Thompson announced that the : > _.And ,Loan,.Association,,

Service name of the book shelf In the Ever-' : ACCOUNTS, INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE-CORP.
glades Hospital has been changed :
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin' Maxson am) to "Hospital Library" and all : Pahokee Belle Glade
daughters of Little Rock, Ark., arrived churches In the community will be : '
Thursday: for a week' visit donating books to it. The ;attend Let Your Money Earn-4Vi% Payable 8MJI\igall,)

'f -alb'his parents. K and Mr*. R. ance banner was awarded to the i #> ..1 r.q." f. _,
''. 1;, -- 1M Lottie Moon Circle. .


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.'Right The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida 33438 Friday, June 5. 1964
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I Reception Planned AT OONFERENCE I I HOME FROM CONVENTION """ ''"ft7"fIi'NIIIT'II7'lf! !ITI"f'i1I
Visit.Pine Island I The annual Methodist Confer- Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Colt and I I
After GraduationA ence is being held in, Lakeland have returned home after a two
FOR A. I June 37. Representing the Canal weeks stay at the Southern Bap- PRINCE THEATREPAIIOKEE
Fishing Vacation reception following graduation Point Methodist Church will be A. tist Convention :n Atlantic City. FLA.
Friday night is being planned by R. Harrington and Walter Kautz. They also visited with their daughter -
. the Senior Room Mothers to De Rev. and Mrs. John Briley and Mr. and son-in-law in New York
held at the ,Methodist FellowshipHall. ,and Mrs. John Rogers will represent and visited' his mother on their, return : SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY
BURNHAM INNAir The reception will be for the First Methodist Churchof trip. .i JUNE 7-S-9
seniors and their Invited guests. Pahokee. -
Efficiencies Junior room mothers will be .in i i . I Ii I I REV. SMYLY VISITS i "THE WHEELER
$35 wk. for 2 peopleFree charge of serving punch and cake. i I HOME FROM CONVENTION I I Rev. C. J. Smyly, former pastor -
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Boat Ramp I Rev. and Mrs. Lawrence Stew- of the Canal Point Baptist DEALERS"STARRING
:Restaurant Nearby IN GOOD SAMARITANMrs. art and sons, Jay and Larry, returned church and at present state director -I
Monday from Atlantic City 1 I of the Baptist Training Union,
Phone OW 8-9851 Lois Todd, an employee of where they attended the Southern spent a few hours in Canal Point JAMES GARNER, LEE REMICK
i St. James City, Fla. Bolton's Rexall Drugs ,In Pahokee Baptist Convention. They also visited last Friday where he called on sev- (IN COLOR)
Is in Good Samaritan Hospital tn Washington, Philadelphia, and eral of his friends and former
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