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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: May 27, 1960
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
 Notes
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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May 27,1960CIRCULATING PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN


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i THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


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I What Happened B. Elliott Condition Our .New Governor Lions Hear Luke Youth Center Will :

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Considered Dufresne
Critical peak

: Glades Dinners? Study Problems :') '

t B. Elliott former Pahokee resident L.W. Dufresne, administrator of "

and former,Speaker of the; the Everglades Memorial Hospital,

;tf f What ever happened"to the fam- House of Representatives of the as guest speaker at the weekly AU persons in Pahokee interested -

ous Everglades Dinners? A few luncheon meeting of the Pahokee in the Youth Center at Pahokee,
State of Florida, remains in serious o'AR
: years ago the lAke Qkechobeo w Lions .Club, told of some of the whether or not they are the par

Farming..Regiorrglat&w4depublicity condition at Duke University needs of the hospital forexpansion. ents of school-age children, are


dIe jers served :from
grown earl usiveyjn-the Glades. week. Mr. Elliott has been to Duke only needs an addition in. floor St., Monday, May 3,0, at 8 p. m.,'

Axe folks too busy trying'to several times for treatment and space, but also an airconditioningsystem when the future operation of the

make a living? Don't the Chambers was returned there a few weeks for the' entire building. Youth Center will be discussed.The .

of Commerce consider the favorable ago for further observation and Wayne Boynton, Eagle Scout, Pa- decision for the open meeting
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publicity received from the treatment. His conditions is considered hokee Boy Scout Troop 628* .also where arguments relating to
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: dinners of enough value to reestablish critical.. .... spoke briefly, telling of the troop's the activities at the center, both
them? ..A.re..they"more current fund-raising project the pro and con, could be aired and

trouble than they 'are wortKT:OT.I ,YkV..r' sale of the new 50-star flag. discussed, was made at the meeting -*
t" Pahokee Council ... ..
I have we lost some of our old zip -- of the YC board of directorsthe

\ when it comes to doing* things ;:: first of the week, with Mrs. I.
FARRIS BRYANT Rev. NamedAs
which, would bring favorable publicity organization Smyly Marshall Lair, president,presiding.It .

to this vast agricultural area, Farris Bryant -:-.- 501,936 was reported at this meeting the l

here on the eastern shore of Lake Doyle Carlton 409,319 Training Union recent "radiothon" fundraisingdrive
Okeechobee? The Pahoke City Council reor- netted the Youth Center

i Once upon a time the Pahokee ganized for the coming, year dur- Wins Mayo's Job $1,662.52. Of this amount thousand -

l Rotary Club sponsored a countywide ing the regular meeting Monday Head Fla. BaptistsThe dollars was used to pay the f ,

't. Rotary meeting attrhich hundreds night. George H. Tucker, Jr., was back salary.'of Mrs. Marie Kincaid, j

of Rotarians from the county T&..elected chairman and will also YC director, and the balance with
Rev. Clifford J. Smyly
were in attendance. For months serve:-as;streets commissioner. C. go also' to pay bills already outstanding ,
former pastor of the Canal Point
after that meeting, 'win'Pa1m; i R.'iWeth gton was reelectedvice according to Mrs. James
Baptist Church, has been elected as
Beach and East Coast cities in the chairman .and:: police commis- Batchelor YC secretary.The .
Training Unibn Secretary of the
I county were talking of this wonderful sioner.Hugo Boe was elected fire Pahokee Youth Center was
Florida Baptist Convention, to
farming area and the delicious and .administration, commissionerand organized to offer clean, whole
succeed the late O. K. Radford.
: products cooked for that assistant treasurer. The city's some and interesting recreation for
This announcement was, made by
particular dinner.Is something like other departments were assigned children of all school ages, from
Dr. John the executive
'. that, worthwhile? Or; should* we ,tot ,,twQt pe qUndl1JieDt A.Joe -secretary_ ,of Maguire the FloridaBaptist- the.first to twelfth, grades,_ar.c l atfills .,
p just go along as we have .for a Thompson, commissioner 'sanitation Convention. o. J' ojfen'meeting there will be a' : h

couple of years-doing very little public parks, breakwaterand request for ideas on the operalton- .
to publicize this section of Palm swimming pool; and Elmer'B. A native of Mississippi, Mr. of the center in an efficient and
I Beach County? Elliott, waterworks commissioner.It Smyly has served as an associatein satisfactory manner and a workable '

t' ... :was voted to re-hire: Ralph O. the Sunday School Departmentof plan for the financing of its'.
I the Convention in Florida since .
Johnson as,, city attorney and retain operation Mrs. Lair said.
I 1953. Prior to to the Con-
150 In Attendance the coming
all city employees at .... ..
DOYLE CONNER <1 "
vention he was! pastor of the Canal ,
pleasure of the Council-

[ At FFA Banquet Elliott construction Gross, city, engineer has startedon reported Doyle Buster Conner Hancock__ 413,524 357,056 Point Florida.Baptist While Church pastor-there, Canal he Point also, Funeral Services '

the new city hall and jail addi- served as Associational Sunday
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l"- 1 Approximately 150 persons, attended tion ,with the driving of the con- School Superintendent.He For D. T. Connell 74

t.* the banquet sponsored crete piling foundation..Authorizedwas is a graduate of Mississippi ,
jointly'by the Pahokee Chapters of the payment of $300 to the ToPayOrNotToPayMigrantlllBills' College with a B. A. Degree, and of

t the Future Farmers of America city engineer and to Architect Southern Seminary with a Th.M Funeral. services for David

t; and the Future Homemakers of George Votaw for their addendumto degree. He is married and has two Thomas Connell, 74,of Canal Point "
the'original plans for the addi- children. will be held at the Canal Point
t, America held In the school cafeteria ,
with Johnny Kautz, president tion. A six per cent engineeringfee Smyly"will begin his duties with Methodist: Church this Friday at

of the Pahokee FFA Chapter, acting was granted ,to Russell Axon Responsibility for care of medi- the Training Union Department on 3 ip. m., with the Rev. Robert xA.'

as master !of ceremonies, and for plans .inspection service on cally indigent workers who do not June 1, 1960.'COUNTY. Shelley, pastor, to officiate.Mr. .
t t, parents of members present as the waterworks intake extension meet requirements for receiving Connell died at the Ever-

; guests. f project. welfare aid, was argued by thecoun't. VOTING glades Memorial Hospital Wednesday -

1 I The FFA boys opened the meet- City Attorney Johnson was auth- commission this week. morning after along illness..A

; ing with a demonstration of how (continued op page 8) The debate was touched off whena GOVERNOR retired merchant he had been a
bill was presented for: paymentfor resident of Canal Point for 29'years
f a typical FFA meeting is con hospitalizaiton of migrant coming here from Aypn
',._ :. ; .'. ed. Awards _in the form of pins : Carlton .*_ 15(06SECRETtRy *
workers not in the county long ? Park. He was a member of the OaPoint _
f '_>i rj: 9 were :presented to those who par- LiQns.ZoneMeetb: 'OF; STATE )
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*. .::., ;,aCipated "n 'sub-district" and dls'i& enough 'to meet welfare depart ; : {' .- .lG ; ar:, Mettjpd _XlrarcV- and.. ,
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ment residence requirements. _V t looen.4 t1e'Wodd i .
; Looge.vellaiRepper
':triCt- Af contesta'iricludink: Ron- .z: .
; ; "Yarbofoiigh.j,3: .: : .
; '. Scbedul 1l1\Jcmdat\ : County -Commissioner.'.Kenneth ,: rornc1uahis, wi.fia-: _=" > ,
: Johnny J'" : .
rf t tactodiving ;
Jofces ; AtBICU7JrURE :
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1f 1it.jt'wjkets aire invitedhere'to r-: :: / :' >""r. 1\1'/.. --/_ -'
;Konhie : Foster > -: U + : J .. -jJ.
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;" n 'Kautzj, public speaking Conner--/;. ? .. 15,106Hancock" : : .
i : oint
then It
help: harvest crops, both of Canal' ,
:
k Jones and Junior Deas/Jiorseshoes f : :Plans for a Lion Zone 'socialmeeting take '._..:-_ 16,850, :' ofition
was 'a county responsibility to also. six brothers, W. T. : .
Maxwell, Jimmy McElhenny,
Pat In the Community Building STATE SENATOR
care of them.Commissioner. Park,, I* T. of Tallahassee L. W.
Lee GranimS, Bobby Kennedy 17,132 ;
Point Blank
at Canal Monday evening
; Roy Michael, Jr., of Winter Haven, W. A. of
Tommy..Holt and Bill Johnson, parliamentary announced at 16,590
: team. Alice May 30, were disagreed, saying if the board approved Hope Canal Point G. C. and J. H., both
; procedure of'the Canal REPRESENTATIVE
STATE "
the weekly meeting the blll-"it will open the of, Pahokee; three sisters, Mrs
Hurt the chapter sweetheart, was Lions Club. Members of the Altman 10,442
Point
bills. said -
door" for similar He Rosa Brown and :Mrs. Orpha
presented with an FFA sweater.For Okee- 20,775
Pahokee Canal Point and nomas.,
allow -
will
other nearby counties not Hartsfield, both of Tallahasse, and
the FHA girls Patsy Keen chobee Clubs will participate; with COUNTY JUDGE
: such payments Mrs. Bertha:Mae Ennis of Canal
the address of welcome and host. 14,884
gave I the Pahokee Club to act as The board referred the bill to Born Point and one grandchild.
Bonnilu Lair reviewed local FHA 'Mrs. J. H. Miller and Mrs.: Floyd Douglas. .. ,- 17,773 .
Johnstonfor 0.
County Attorney Harry Pallbearers will be Olaf Boer .
activities during during the past Erickson of the Canal,Point Garden CRIMINAL COURT JUDGE
a written opinion as. to theboard's D. Carpenter, Floyd Erickson,
All the 'FHA; girls partici- 15-369
at the meet Butler
year. Club were present
responsibilities in the case. Floyd Browning, M. J. Sapp and A.
pated in the closing ceremony by ing to confer with the Lions committee McIntosh 16,875 .
\ retiring in unison the FHA creed. about the progress being COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR R. Harrington. I
Burial will be at the Port May-:
.. roadside beautification ,_, i_ 15,825Maxwell
made the park J. T. Platt Spends Lytal ,
aca Cemetery.: ,.WilliamWetherington '
the I
of ___ 18,293
project
a joint -
program
Oscar Chastains To Funeral Home Js in charge of
In
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HospitalJ.
two clubs. Days SUPERVISOR OFREGISTRATION !

Move To Thomasville -s S arrangements., I

Mrs G. H. (Duke)Tucker, Sr., J. T. Platt quarter century me- Beasley 15,532 :

t ?tr. and Mrs. Osca;...Chafetain is expected to return to her home 'chanical superintendent of The Hardwick ._, _,.: 15,322 EIECT NEW 'OFFICERSThe : 1
ar family of Canal Point plan ton in Canal Point this week from Everglades News, spent two days Men's Bible Class of the Pa- ;

.' + 'e to Thomasville, 'Ga., not Denton Texas, where she has been this week in the.Pahokee hospital 'Dr. John L. Knight of Lakeland hokee First Methodist Church has .

la "r than July 1. They have pur- visiting, her daughter, Miss Doro- where he underwent, observation.His district superintendent of'the elected as new officers for the'

cl9ed' a home there and their thy Tucker who is working thereon condition improved rapidly and I Church of the Nazarene, delivered coming year, J, T. Bqynton, president -

hone in Canal Point has been puchsed -- her master's degree in physical. he was back on the 'job Thursday the sermon at the morning wor- ; O. Dan Carpenter, vice pres-

by Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Lan- education ,at Texas, State Collegefor morning The paper consequentlyis I,ship service of the Pahokee Churchof ident; and L-M. Collins secretary-' ,

ha'11. ,; : ,Women. a few hours,late this week. the Nazarene. Sunday. treasurer. ,
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A: Two The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday. May 27. 1960

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5}.::':" E 'Work Shop MeetingOf Miss Theresa Pope DISASTERIEETJNG

The
< : 1 Palm Beach County Chapter

1: : Sorority: Group Weds W.: Resmondo American Red Cross, will hold a (,

... disaster meeting Tuesday, May 31, '
GAF 0,.' .r y Members of Omicron Chapter Mr.. and Mrs. J. D. Pope of Canal 1960 7:301'. M. at the Central and

.c ; sigma Eta Sorority of Fine Arts Point, announce the marriageof Southern Florida Flood Control

......' met at the home; of their President" their daughter, Theresa Virginia auditorium, 901 Evernia Street,

Mrs. Luther Jones, Belle Glade, to Walter Woodrow Resmondo West Palm Beach.

i '. Monday Evening, May 23rd for a son of ,Mr. and Mrs. ,Rubin Res- This is a very important meetingand

}'t' program and work-shop meeting. _mondo of Belle Glad The weddingtook full Committee attendance is

'. Committees appointed for the place at the Missionary Baptist urged.

t r v 't following year are: Program Chairman Pastorium in Canal Point Sat-. -- ,

Mrs. Mabel Lutz, Lourine urday at 8:30 p. m., May 21, with I

Anderson and Mrs. Mary Ander- Rev. C. D. Stewart officiating.
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The only attendants were( par-
!. The-Rardin Building In Canal Point: Florida son.Social: Mrs. Anna Faulk, Mrs. ents of the couple. After a brief

1 'Bernice Sellers and' Mrs. Betty _trip North they plan to make their ,

' THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF Kidder. Publicity: Mrs. RubyJones home in Orlando. : '

: and .Mrs. Huth Carpenter. ----- -..__- Sgt. and Mrs. Edward L. Bensen
: THE EVERGLADES NEWS Ways and Means Mrs. Lillian
and family of Oklahoma City are
Masonic, Mrs. Margie Whitlock, Miss Judy ,Buchanan
visiting her parents Mr, and Mrs.,
.I' Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without Mrs., Pearl Santee and [Mrs. Edna
A. E.
: Weds F. L. NormanMr. Goodson. Mrs. Bensen and
: Interruption Every'We k for More Than 30:Years i Barrett. children will remain for a month "

Established March 11 1924 Published Art Exhibit Committees: Chairman I t
.' Every Friday Mrs. Mrs. and Mrs. W. K. Buchanan of after Mr. Bensen returns to his
Bernice Sellers,
-_ Subscription, $2.00 Year In Advance Anna Faulk, Mrs. Marjorie Hat- Canal Point, announce the marri- duties at Tinker Air Force Base.

The EvergIaaes"News Entered at the,Post Office ton and Mrs. Ruth Carpenter. age of their daughter Judith Ann Mr. and 'Mrs. C. ,E. (Bill) Williams -

: Refreshments Commute: Mrs. 'to Francis 'Lynn Norman, ton of have as,guests this week her 1
,
In.Canal'Point .Florida,I as Second Class Matter Norman
: I Betty Kidder,,.Mrs: Ma Lutz_ and Mr. and Mrs. Roy of Belle parents Mr. and Mrs 00. Gilbert,
Itardin Owner Editor Publisher Glade. The ceremony was performed former Pahoke
Paul
,. Mrs. Margie Whitlock.Tea residents now living -
I Table MrS. Ruby Jones. at the Canal Point Methodist in Carrollton. Ga.

. O. :B./'McCl re Heads OUTDOOR.PARTY, \ Entertaniment: Mrs. Lilliam Parsonage by Rev: Robert Shelby 't
FHP and Mrs. Carl Williams and
: '
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Stacy were
in the
of the immediate
Methodist Club Masonic and Mrs. Mary Anderson.Mrs. presence children of Moore Haven visited
Men's hosts at outdoor and
an party pic-
family,on May 24, }960.
Mabel Lutz read and dis- her
parents, Mr. and Mrs.' Leon
nic dinner at the Lake Front Parkat
Mrs. Norman is employed with
O. B. McClure was ,elected ,new Canal Point. Out-of-town guests book cussed of another Art Appreciation chapter of by Op-the the Drainage Office in Canal Point Guthrie, in Pahokee Sunday.The .

of the Pahokee Metho- were Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Rev. and Mrs.
president dyke. During the social hour fol- and Mr. Norman with the Conger R. E. Barfield

dist Men's Club.at the annual elec- Mr. and Mrs. Johnny JOhnson'1 lowing.Mrs. Edna. Barrett, National Insurance Company. The coupleare and children were visitors at Salerno -

tion of officers held ,during the and Mrs.-Else Prevett, Director, pinned a Past-Presi presently residing. in Belle Saturday.
:May dinner meeting at.the church.; Mrs. H Prevett and family and Glade. '
dents pin on Mrs. Pearl Santee in a Elsworth Keen and son, Buddy
Other officers elected were Kyle Mr. and Mrs. David Sullivan and
fitting ceremony. Refreshmentswere of Arcadia, visited his parents, Mr.
Scott vice president; Robert J. family;; all of Belle Glade.
served by the hostess to the and Mrs. W. A. Keen, in Pahokeethe
'is a
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Schroder secretary-treasurer Scouts Spend Week
following: Mrs. Edna Barrett, Betty past week.
The ,Robert A. Mr. and Mrs. I I I '
Rev. Shelley, Joseph Kahn had
pastor of the Canal Point Metho- as guests his sister, Miss Annette I I Kidder, Lillian Masonic, Mabel End On Camp TripBoy I I Mr. and Mrs. Don Collier spent
I Lutz, Pearl Santee, and Marjorie
dist Church, was guest speaker. L. Kahn, and sister-in-law, Mrs Sadie I the weekend with her parents, Mr.
M. Collins was'in charge of th Kahn, and nephew and niece, Mr.I I Whitlock. Scouts of Troop 628 spent I and Mrs. H. L. Huffman, at Punta i

sharing ritual which followed the and Mrs. Marvin Kahn, all of Seb-,. the week-end camping at,Fish Eating I Gorda. Mrs. Huffman is ill at the

Rev. Shelley's talk ring; also his nephew and niece, '.Third Graders In Crek. After a late start because hospital.
\
-- *i Mr. and Mrs. of battery trouble we arrivedat
Stephen Kessler, of Mrs.
Ruby Chaney spent the
Fred Blakey, student at Palm Coral Gables. Travelogue PlayA the camping site ,in time to get weekend with her nephew and t

Beach Junior College spent the camp set up and have a awim be- '
niece Mr.
and Mrs. L. E. Herbert t
.weekend In Pahokee with his par- .. I travelogue play, "If I Were fore bedtime. Next morning are at Okeechobee. She was ',accompanied I
ents, Mr.'and Mrs. Arch Blakey, IN. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Going," was presented by the were all up bright and early, prepared -
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 1 by\wlrs. Cassie Chancy who
OFCOUNTY' \ '
and while here attended the 20th ,FLORIDA IN AND FOR PALM'.BEACH children of the Third Grade .roj>ci3 breakfast, afterwards goingto returned home after a two weeks'

Anniversary Concert of the Paho- of Mrs. Cleo Douthit, Mrs. Peggy the creek to build our' sack visit with her son-in-law and
CHANCERY
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tree High'School'Band and was one EVELYN JUANITA NAHALKA, : .Willis and Mrs. May Laflin at too swing higher and then swimming. daughter JMr. and Mrs.- Frank,

of the band alumni given special Plaintiff-V- ,:: Pahoke Elementary School duringthe After lunch more swimming and Brady; and family in Pahokee.Mr. "

recognition after'the concert; STEVE NAHALKA. : assembly period in the school diving contests. ,Later we decidedthe I i

,. .. "Peiendant : I auditorium this week, with approximately scoutmasters needed a mud and Mrs..R. D. Apelgren had t

. TO: STEVE NOTICE NAHALKA OF SUIT Address UnYou 80 children participating. pack but :before it all ended ,Joe I as ,guests Sunday ,Mr. And Mrs.

The play, adapted from the Graham Wayne Boynton,,. John Donald Steiner and son, Gordon, IJ
i ;aw hereby notified that-Evelyn Robbins:Mike'Watkinsand Wayn and Jeff Wright, all
;Classified Ads Juanlta 'Nt.halka'has filed:a Bin of thlrdgrade- -reading book, re-v ? I < '9 of----.Miami. t'
Complaint die Ludlam 'were'mud plastered,, Billy : iss'lane :
against you for divert*,and vealed some 'of scenes enjoyed McClure'fias: returned i}
.you are required to serve of
a copy
your
PO answer to the complaint on plaintiff's by a traveling couple,.Mr. and Mrs. Boe was the photographer so per to Fort Lauderdale after a visit of
HAD A VISITOR? Give 2661 a Attorney Thadd Whldden. P. O. Box 'Sanders, during their journey haps ,later we will be able to show several days with her parents, Mr. i I
ring and let us know about it 395. Pahokee. Florida, and file the orig- the results. And to think the j
you ,
; Brit-
inal answer In the office of the Clerk of through Norway, England, I and Mrs. O. B. McClure, and other '
and we will be happy to put the the Circuit Court of Palm Beach County tany, Spain and'Africa. ladies pay good money for mad relatives here. \

item in our personal news column.Of Florida on or before 27th day of The children dressed in native packs when they could get one for c
,
June 1960; 11 you fall so to do '
Judg-
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hancock of
course, there is NO CHARGE. ment by default wlll be taken against costumes sang folk songs and did Tree on our camping trips. (
\ Thanks. The Everglades News you for the relief demanded In the dances typical of the' countries After swimming in the morningwe Alacua visited her sister, Mrs. Joslx 'j
complaint. I, I Crews, in Pahokee and ,
had chapel then had lunch accompan-
DATED May 25th, 1960.J. through which the Sanders traveled. -
IS YOUR CLUB OR Church group ALEX ARNETTE director packed up the gear and then the II ied Mrs. Crews to ,Fort Pierce !
music
'' Miss Ellen Morgan
meeting this Week? We would be Clerk of Circuit Court where they visited Mr. Crews, whois
home. On the home we
trip
(Circuit Court Seal of musical way
) in
was charge
glad to know'about it: and will useit
Thaddle being treated for critical injuries h
P. Plant An African camel had a north and south war. Everyone -
as ,a news item if you'll Just Deputy Clerk arrangements. : Our ,at the Fort Pierce hospital. A
had good time.
\ give us a ring at 2661. Thanks.. Thadd Whidden was the comedy hit of the playas a very
Attorney ,for Plaintiff with thanks to Scoutmasters Mims and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Maxson
it lumbered the
across stage
The Everglades News. There is noCharge Pahokee. Florida ,
of'course. PUB: May 27.'June 3. 10. and i7, 1960 two children ,within the skin to Carver. were guest -of .relatives in Miami
provide locomotion. The Boy Scout flag sale ,ended Friday and Saturday. They attended -
CALL FOR BIDS
IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION past I Sealed bids will be received by the .. Friday..night at the regular meet the Southern Baptist Convention II

'due? If you're going on vacation : Northwestern Palm Beach County Public \ ing. The ,total ,sales figures. -aren'tI and heard .Rev. Billy Graham I

let us have a check before ydu' Everglades Hospital Memorial Board doing Hospital business at 1749 as Mrs. Blackwell ,IsRenamedWSCS I available to ,date but .there were Friday night. "

go. Send '$2.00; land we'll renew East Main Street. Pahokee Florida, up .well over$500 in sales. Delivery of
;to 8.-00 P. ,M.. E. S. T.. June 20. I960. Head The Rev Kenneth Price, former '
the will be made just as earlyas
: flags _
:
for one
your year. The at which
paper time bids will be opened for pastor of the Pahokee Church of
'Everglades News; 'Canal Point, sale of following-described property ."-- possible and our thanks to all 'I
Fla. to the hospital: Mrs.W. E.Blackwell; re-elected who help d.make .this sale'the success the Nazarene, has resigned as
1. Not less than ,three, nor more pastor of the Belle Glade Nazarene !
than five new 220 Volt A. C.. 60 for another term of,office, was,in- it,was.
FOR! 'SALE:J: eW, d'ua d WUlyaJtttp's. cycles drawer type automatic stalled ,president ',of the Canal -Reported 1>y Wayne Ludlam Church, to accept a pastorate in

.,. Walter Ashley's Garage mount straight With minimum cooling air Of :12000B. conditioners Point Methodist Woman's Society! in Lake Wales. :

Jn.Belle Glade. ,Phone:3058. .T. 'U. ratine. of Christian'Service, at the annual BUHIAL OHIO ,Jack A. :Phillips, who_spent the I
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Oct. ,17- -eh.' seven new'220 Volt A. C..-CiO cycles. installation ceremony ,held at the Mrs. Marie Markowitz, '68 of I past week.at(Eairf ax, s* C., is.,at i Imeeting

''pRINTING- "OF',ALL 1N3S. )If'ppuineedt straight drawer type.cooling Automatic_ air 'conditionerswlthmlnlmum :mount church, with the 'Rev. Robert A Thompson Ohio died at the Ever-' tending of airplane ,applicator

rdsehveIOpesil! tter- : cC,'7500' B. T. U. Shelley,pastor, 'serving installing glades,Memorial Hospital; Wednesday -. pilot in Washington, D. c... .

Ji &dstiitemehts'bill: ; heads-baitil 3.rating_All unit purchased shall be covered 'officer. night of last week after a brief this week ,before returning to his .

buls, br'something-in theiprintinj ,,by.over all one year warrantyand Other officers inducted an additional five year "warranty Mrs. Leonard Maxson, vice presi- !
line Jusf step-Jo,.the'-phond end: eau tithe: entire;seeled system. of Pahokee. ,she had been Don Wilson, and daughter.
The 'Everglades Newa fet Canal' 4. Price shall include Installation dent; Mrs. C. L. Stuart, general visiting: ,"her,daughter here for two Terry Lynn have joined .Mr. Wilson ,
by:the successful bidder In'hospital secretary! ; ':Mrs. Pope-Searsi treas- weeks. Also a survivor,is her husband -
Point/No 2661. are'experts in in Nahvllle/Tenn. where. I
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ts' awning type windows In a Workmanlike they I
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producing"excellent 'Printing'i&dour manner'and payment af.al1 Andrew .Markowitz.. of are-now:.making..theirhome.. .
license.fees'and other-costs thereof : Mrs. J. P. Parker, promotions 1i{
prices "are in 'line with out o f 5.,Bidder ,shall Also offer ras 'u i i separate Mrs. W. E. Johnson, mission-' Thompson. The body was sent to Mrs. Lou 'Lombard and-Lisa of I
bid. a complete service con ; Madison, Ohio for services and
town printers who .come'to 'tlio Miami weekend i
tract for all part and labor cover- ary education; Mrs. Don B. Kepp, burial. were guests'of Mr.
Glades for printing business.Please. inthe units installed,at an an- Christian social ,relations; Mrs. and, 'Mrs. J. H. :Miller. :
give call.Plione"2661.: nual rate, with option for extension f
us 9- thereof from Tear to Tear by the Boyd Vorhees student work; MTJ. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. White attended -

)POn.rs r Large"tound cocktail than hospital five for years.a total of not more. Earl Maxson youth work; Mrs. JB. the Southern Baptist Convention J

>table<:48 ?inches In Diameter, 6.'All:tax charged shall be istated F. Hollon, children's work; :Mrs.F. ? and Billy Graham Service !

Tttephone'7934.TCanal. Itc All as a bids separate must item be in on a sealed the bid.envelope. M. Wilson 'spiritual life; Mrs. Friday night at ,Miami Beach.

addressed _to the. Northwestern Palm W. F. Underhill, literature and Mrs. Mae Lafluv was weekend i

.. GET 10%, INTEREST Beach the above nty'PubUc'Hosplt&J address clearly marked Board,on at publications; Mrs. W. E. MeCall, guest pf Mrs. A. R. Chastain in {t'\

the outside "Bids on Air Conditioners". supply; Mrs. J. W. Repper statusof Miami.Beach.Mr. Chastain is a pa- "
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hospital purchase ,
The may any number Elmer Max-
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of the units at the price stated women; and .. Goodson) announce the birth of a tient In Mt. Sinai hospital In ;111:1::1 j
SECOND MORTGAGES within the limits described1: above.The son, public relations. ., ami Beach. ;
bidder shall also state the time within n "' r"1n.rd L. Jr., on Aprl 22.
which ;work shall begin and be .com- The baby boy weighed 11,pounds. Mr. and Mrs. Bollick of Coral ;!
.C.1LL, ''WIRE 'WRITE 'ORa pl tec1. The Hospital Board may at its Miss Roberta Hatton and Jav __ er< Gables -were weekend ,guests of 'II!
option, accept or reject the maintenance Salvatore of Fort Pierce, visited :
: contract bid from the successful Mr. and 3-frs.- Ray Singletary. j/
p1d'yrs.. C. M. Baker have
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r ;. The'Board reserves the right to waive other relatives in Pahok <*,t!t-- '"'turned fro-i a visit .with their Mr. and Mrs. M F. George were I J
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Annette MCIntosh To Wed In August Roger Hatton entertained at the Mr. and Mrs. E..B. Gamble Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.: J. D. Rogers, accompanied '
( I Ir" home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wiled Tillis and Mrs. M. P. Stanleywere by their granddaughter.

Robert C. Hatton, with a "get- among those who attended Linda Justice, spent the weekend
.acquainted" party honoring his Billy Graham Services in Miami with friends in Tampa.

cousin, Miss Lynn Britton, who recently Beach Friday night. Mrs. Laurie Justice and son

moved to Canal Point with I Mrs. Trudy Mock who has been Mike, visited friends in Miami over
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from Manchester, Ky.Mrs. the house guest here this season the weekend.Mr. .

; W. K. Buchanan and Mrs. of her son-in-law and daughter, and Mrs. Joe Clark of Miami .

I Ir H. H. Sears of Canal Point and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nix and family -II' visited Mrs. Clark's father, Char- ..

1l r Mrs. Homer S.- Barnes of Pahokee has gone to Albany, Ga., to les Dixson, in Pahokee Sunday.
,l are spending the weekend with relatives spend, the summer with another Mr. and Mrs. Irving Raymondof
__ in Atlanta Ga. Mrs. Buchanan son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Miami Springs will be the guest
>:.. / I is visiting her son and Mrs. W. Wilmot.Airman of his cousin, Mrs. Helen Schroder -
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Eu- Michael H. (Mickey) in Pahokee over the weekend.
( ; gene Buchanan, .and iirs. Sears Ryals son of Mrs. Lola Ryals of Mrs. Wendel Harris and daughters -

J and Mrs. Barnes' are visiting the Pahokee, has completed his basic Faye and, Shirley were joined _
J former's son and the* latter's training at the Lackland Air Force during the weekend by Mr. Harris,

I daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Base in Texas and will now' take a who is employed at Plymouth, fora
h iAkS 4 Sears, and family. technical training course for fire- -visit with her parents, Mr. and
fighting specialists at Lowry AFB Mrs. H..J. Clause at Lake Kerr.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L ..Humphreyhad
Color do. 'Mrs. Harris Folds and daughter
as ..house'guests her -mother, Mr./and Mrs. W. L.
Boatwrignt Kathy, spent the weekend at San-
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MA.RXk visited their nephew and niece Mr. ford visiting Mr. Folds who is em- I
Ga., and brother-in-law and sister, and Mrs. H. W. Murphy and fam- ployed there by Chase and Company I
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Reeves, of Col-
the weekend
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L lege* Park Ga. and while there attended a dance :Mr, and Mrs. Homer S. Barnes,

Jf Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Guthrie of I recital given by the pupils of Miss accompanied by Mrs. W. A.*Keen, I
Delray Beach visited his cousin Betty Mitchell's School of Dance. spent Sunday visiting Mrs. Keen's
and her sistehl*Mr. and Mrs. I. S.I Kim Murphy, daughter of the H. brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and

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% Pahokee, announce the engagement Danforth Summer Fellowship, a I Heating* Air Conditioning Appliances !i

of their daughter, Miss Ruth four weeks study in home economics {

Annette :McIntosh, to Sidney Al- : and the Judge Carroll J.I1Y.Ji Yl;Wi1.\.l.lIM1j.u41M4i.W M4 1.\.l.l1 WilWiM4 M41Y! 41M'jJoVll! .w V !} .u4j WfM4i l WllM4iWlIJylIWlil.V..ll.V.4; WI ,.uI.M.; .'
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Mr. S. A. Stubbs of Houston Stubbs, is a graduate of v:', \M L.il f+,t K'1.t A +:,at F v LwO a,
Texas.
Bradenton High School and is alsoa
Miss Mclntdsh is a graduate of ',:r.'xH. sir : ''L :v rr r.
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past president of Theta Chi Fra- ; ; ; t'yY ih, 4d's
Florida State University :Majoring ., r' a? +'.Cao'ot. Y.. ( ,,.
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president of Mortar Board, .
past i. '' .
Finance, and was co-chairman of :v R.A'H: &s ? :'
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She holds membership in
Who in American Colleges.
Garnet Key, is listed in Who's Whoin An August wedding in Pahokee I I

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The, Rev.. Charles F. Crauswell, i Lance CpL Dale Stacy, who has I
pastor of the Pahokee, Church of been stationed at Camp LeJune, : :.,
the Nazarene; and Mrs. Crauswell N. C., is spending leave from the I ..
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attended the ,46th annual District r'iZ' (
U. S. Marine Corps with his par-
Assembly of the Church of the ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Stacy, at +.C
Nazarene in Winter Haven the Bryant before levaing for overseas I
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past week. I duty,at Okinawa.

Mrs. Mason Golden entertained I I Dr. L. W. Armstrong, accompanied -; I
at her home with an outdoor party by his son Alvin Armstrong,
and wiener roast honoring her son,1 I of Hialeah returned the first of

Royce, who was celebrating his the week from a visit in Mobile, ro ;xL;' f fI fI fi
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ninth birthday anniversary.The 'I Ala .! Mza:"
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was recently rated by the State rie, accompanied by. her sister

Department of Education on the Mrs. Clarence Maxwell have re- ..
\f superior accredited" list of elementary turned from Lakeland where ChiefGuthrie G '
$ t?, schools In" "!n StattXthis underwent minor1' surgery I

+ being the highest raft Dg,:attainable at thq'Lakelaad'fospitate: > >' I '* T* il-.""* ?

,h by any elementary Jghool in! FlorIda Mrs,,PdiA\Jlardia of Canal-Point : :, ENJOY l ::COOL iF Rt ;,. .. ,_ &

acording :to Herman'Austin,: ... '- ...1_ _
and Mrs. Wil Tmis.jiMrs.rMP.,1 ,ir' ect' .. "Vr.r.I..o.'! :' 1
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*- 0. G.,Ryalsl. studenfc,'. ati tP lrn. char f i
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'\ Beach Junior College, and ,his ches as delegates to they Southern j I It used to'be' come and S11iii the. shadefon the Now it's coma

classmate, Paul Johnkuessen, are Baptist Convention in Miami. inside and enjoy cool comfort." ... I
i ,guests of his mother Mrs. Lola ..
Don Chastain has returned to
Ryals, in Pahokee this week. Fort Jackson, S., c., where he 1s1 1- AIR CONDITIONING I will make your home a kaven from summer's heat \ I

Mr. and Mrs. E. Putnal and son, stationed by the U. S. Army, aftera and humidity. It will :flood your home with cool, filtered air remove '..
Michael, of New Smyrna Beach with his Cecil V
visit here father
excess moisture lower the humidity and help prevent mildew. Locks :t. I
f have returned home' after a visit Chastain. and other relatives. *

i. here with parents' Mr. and Mrs. L. Mr. Curtis Russom accompaniedby out dust, insects and road noises. You'll sleep better, awake refreshed-- :.... \
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Judy and David Cunningham, Broome has returned from a visit .'

I--- students at Palm Beach Junior with her mother Mrs. T. E. Webb MODERN ATTIC W WINDOW VENTILATING! FANS are other wonderful aids to :,:; I
I College, visited their parents. Mr. at Wildwood. "
and Mrs. D. W. Cunningham, in Airman 2-c Billy Kinsaul, who .. i cool summertime comfort. These powerful f t pull in cooling fresh. .;' > ,

Pahokee the past week completed i his basic training in the i freezes "in motion," as hot Bti';!:y indoor air treed out. :I

Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Atkins, Jr, U. S. Air Force at the Lackland .. ,

I spent the weekend visiting his par- AFB, Texas, and has been stationed .Don't wait u..:.. ... .. .-- ..- I '!1!: -Uratu>>e'I- I
I ents at Avon Park. for the past few weeks in Illinois !
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn A. Andrews is spending month's leave See your"t'- ?. .. ..... .. -ow.. ;I." !

spent the weekend visiting their with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 1
sons and daughters-in-law, Mr. F. Kinsaul, at Canal Point before
and Mrs. James Andrews, and Mr.and leaving for 'overseas 4uty in I ;. f" \ "

f Mrs. Dewitt Andrews and France. FLORIDA POWER f ,= ; COMPANY ,. "
families .
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at Lake Worth. Vyecs Fountain, who has been .
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I Mr, and Mrs John Ridenour returned trucking produce and other: merchandise .., .xI tnt
to Canal Point Tuesday in the north for the past crC1rl .
trim K visit with uncle several weeks is '
her invalid visiting his famny'ln -
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-" willingness to serve others good I
' Martha Sellers. Is
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1i terpreted the club's insignia. and
!i '" : :Martha Sellers was elected. new motto. Roger Watson gave the de-
. t president; of the Pahokee Beta Clubat votionals. Piano prelude music
the annual election of officers was by Kathleen Spencer.In .

and initiation' of new members the candlelight initiation cere-
t held Monday night in the high mony the new members were invit-

,. mIT** -w f=- mgj iar* i. i school auditorium, with, parentsand ed to the auditorium stage wherethey
f: friends attending as guests were presented with their credentials -
[ The Methodist Church The Pahokee Church ]I Canal Point First and Mrs. Phara Morris, faculty of membership and Beta

Canal Point Florida Of The Nazarene Baptist ChurchElder sponsor Other, present.officers elected were La- Club pins.Suzanne the
\ Morgan reported on
Robert A. Shelley, Pastor 71 Bacom Point Road R. E.Barfield mar Williams, vice president; Ila State Beta Club convention which
SUNDAY: Charles F. Crauswell. Pastor SUNDAY: Mae Smith, secretary; and Patsy she attended, together with Joey
10:00 a. m.-church School : Phone 7523: P. O. Box 882 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School Kene, treasurer. I Alderman and Mrs. Morris. David _
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship SUNDAY SERVICES: 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Prior to the election new mem- Watkins closed the ceremonies by
6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship 945; a. m. Sunday School. 7:00 p. .-B. T. C. bers initiated into the club included .reviewing club activities for the
7:30 p.,m.-Evening Worship 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship Joey Alderman, Robert Boe, .past year, introducing the new I r
,', .: MONDAY: 6:30 p. m.-;Juntora. WEDNDESDAY: Janette Harrington, John Hundley, members and new officers.Club .
i 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice 700; p. ra.-Sunaay Evening 7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer Betty Johnson, Ruth Kahle Ron- members were hosts duringthe I
TUESDAY: x Evangelistic Service. Service nie Kautz, Patsy Keene, Bonnilu serving of refreshments in the
8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society WEDNESDAY: 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: Lair, Sandra Lampi, John Lowe, home economics class room follow- '
ji( 1st Tuesday .... 7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary Claud Morgan Penny Sasser, Ila ing the ceremonies. .
: 2nd MONDAY: meeting. Meeting. Mae Smith, Lamar Williams and
7:30 p. m,-Esther Class meeting "Where you are a stranger butonce" ...-.-.B- Katherine Young. .1IId

WEDNESDAY: mt. Canal Pt. Missionary Senior members of, the club who BRIDEELECTHONORED
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting are graduating this June -
presented
Mrs. Gann enterta'.ncd
The Church Of God Baptist ChurchRev. George
the program. David Watkins, at her home at Canal Point at a

First Methodist Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Charles D. Stewart, Pastor retiring president spoke on "What luncheon honoring Miss( Phoebe
Church PahokeeRev. SUNDAY: the Beta Club Is", telling why high Sterling, bride-elect of Robert Sil-
Point Road I 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School school students consider it such a ver of Lake Worth. Ont of-town
Clare-8. Hall John H. Kinard pastor 11:00.a.. m.-Morning Worship high honor to be selected for membership guests were Mrs. Grace Stevensof
SUNDAY: 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School 6:30 p. m.-Training Unlbn. in this leadership service Belle Glade and Mrs. Charlotte
9:45 a. m.-Church School 11:00 a. .-Preaching Service. 7:30: p. m Evening Worship organization standards, integrity Johnson of West Palm Beach. 1

' 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship 7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service WEDNESDAY: .
6:45 p. m.MYF 8:00.. m. Tuesday V. L. B. 7:30 p. m.-..Prayer- Meeting. 4 -- --

." 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m. Thursday W.,M. B. 1
TUESDAY: Everyone welcome. Special music Church Of God,
7:00 p: .-Vesper Choir.prac and singing. ,
ticeWEDNESDAY .. Barfield HighvayI

t m.--Wd-week: Christian Science 9:45 A. M.-Sunday School I
7:45 devotions
p. : 11:00 A. M.-Morning Worship I Ii
8:30 m.-Sentor Choir Of Canal Point
p. prac Group 7:00 P. M.-L. W. W. B. (Par- umuinamnOWNED
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sonage
Some fundamentals of the prayer -' 7:30 P. :M.-Evening Worship

First Baptist that affords prdtection from 7:30 P. M.Tuesday-Prayer Meet
evil of every nature will be broughtout ing AND OPERATED BY MORE THAN I
t L Church, Pahokee Sunday at Christian Science 7:30 P. :M. BYiday -Children's 120 FLORIDA 'C
IEN. ,
services. Church
:. Rev!, .James-nBoyd. -
. pastor ." The Lesson-Sermon entitled 7:30, P. M*.Friday-Y. P. E. \\WORK FOR TilE'BEST MARKET INTERESTS OF
: SUNDAY, SERVICES: ..
9:45 "Ancient and Modern Necrom- CONSIGNORS AT ALL TIMES I
a. m.-Sunday School
:
, alias Mesmerism and Hypnotism -
ancy .
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11:00 a. .-Morning :Worship Denounced" will include Mary's Catholic \VE ADVERTISE FOR COMPETITIVE BUYER PARTI-
I 4 6:45'p. .-Training Union the following verse from the Bible x Chtirch CIPATION; AND MAINTAIN OPEN COMPETITIVE
8:00 m.Evening WorshipWEDNESDAY
p. MARKET WHERE ALL BUYERS BUY WITH
(Isaiah 41:10): "Fear thou not;
: I with Father David Cronin CONFIDENCE '
8:00 Meeting. for I am thee: be not dismayed -
. p.m.-Prayer SUNDAY BASSES ... .
.. ; forTTdm thyGodrl strengthen :
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thee I will thee First two masses of the month
; yea help : Glades Livestock Market Ass'nON
I St. Peter's Lutheran yeas I will uphold thee with the 'other 11:00. I
at 7:30.
Church belle Glade right hand of my righteousness." -Sundays-. .. PABOKEE-B .i .E GLADE ROAD
Selections from "Scf nce and
MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER PHONE WY 6-3028 GEORGE YOUNG, MANAGER
Erwin, J. 'Baumgartner, Pastor Health with Key to the Scriptures"by
'Baker The home of Mrs. Lloyd Hund-
601 W. Lake Rd. Belle Glade Mary Eddy will mclude'thiS
SUNDAY: (4:3--5)i '"What we most needis ley,1251 Bacom Point,''Rd."was the SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.kiiai .
the' prayer of Prevent desire for scene of a bride's miscellaneaus
Divine Services 11':A. M.
School : A. M., growth in grace, expresed in patience shower In compliment to Miss Cor- Ml.1M1I'\lw"VJlM..v! ''iWIM'L..laJE'1-\J-\JJ M1lLtl V l ii-\.ViJ..v
_.- '. !1 ,--meekness, love and -good Jnne Coning, .bride-rlect, Wednesday
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..,-.- deeds." from 9 to J.O T>.'m. 'Hostesses
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Holy NativityEpiscopal {;i ,The 'Golden Text is from Romans ;were Mrs. Hundley, Mrs. E. F'. Mc- .

Church ." I (16:20): "The God of peace Hwan! M/s. Claude Padgett and ; .- ... -.. .. .' >
PahokeeM shall bruise Satan under your feet Mrs. Marshal Lair.. ''t :--- -

shortly." !I-

Wendell-Halnlin,,Vicar ... Mrs. M.'P. Stanley left Thursdayfor .
I,.1 SUNDAY: I I Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Raulersonhave a visit with her brother In At- '

; t. 10 a. m.-Sunday School returned from a visit of sev-I lanta, Ga., and with her parents I Jil : I ; ,
11 a. m. Worship Service eral days at Immokalee. in Lumpkin, Ga. SUMMER:
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. State Representative New State, Senator: Future Farmers May Circle Meeting: I Chairman, presided over the busness l'I I'I
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Hear George Cappe Held At Holt Home son closed the meeting with prayer. i

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\ Florida Farm Bureau safety Jones Circle of the Canal Point ;, VISIT PANAMA CITY ,' I

specialist, was guest speaker at a VMS met at the home of Mrs. A. Mrs. H. M. McIntosh and her i

meeting of the Pahokee Chapter,I T. Holt for their May meeting.Mrs. sister, Miss Julia Mathis, left- Wed- I
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night, with President Johnny ganizations." This was the second
Panama City. They expect to be ;
Kautz presiding. The speaker explained circle
q. program of the quarter deal-
away from home until after commencement I
to the FFA of
some
boys
ing with Educating Youth in Missions : -
the precautions necessary for the in keeping with the WMU exercises at Florida I
safe operation of electrical and mechanical Aim. State University on June 4, at
which time :Mrs. Mclntosh'T
farm equipment. The program was presented in I
daughter, Miss Annette McIntosh
panel form with three contestants, I
will receive a BS degre in home economics -
RALPH J. BLANK, JR. BPW Club Installs all trying for the title of "Queenfor from FSU. MnMdntosh
; a Day." Each contestant
Blank 17,132 Mrs. Lavender Pres.Mrs. rep- plans to join them at that time and
JERRY THOMAS resented the, organization of which also attend the commencement
Hope 16,590 she was a counselor or leader in
.. exercises.
Thomas 20,775 Mildred Lavender was in- the youth program of the church.At I
Altman 10,442rr New SupervisorHORACE stalled new president of the Paho the end of the program Mrs. -- .
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Maxson presented the following WIENER ROAST
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New Secretary State Women's Club at the annual In- contestants with a hibiscus cor- Pahokee Cub Scout Pack 623
stallation banquet held in the sage: Mrs. W. W. White. Mrs. J. held an outdoor party and wiener

Clewistofci Inn with Mrs. Polly S. Atkins, and Mrs. H. C. Clarke. roast in the City Park on Baconi

Crowell, assistant district director, Mrs. R. J. Maxson led the Devo-, Point Road Wednesday 'jeventng, ,

serving as installing officer. Mrs. tional Thoughts, and Mrs. Charles with families of the Cub Scouts \
Crowell is editor of "The Florida Maxson led in prayer after the Call I attending. This social gathering-

Business Woman*'; official maga to Prayer for the day had been marked the end of Cub Scout activities l

zine of the State organization, read silently by members pres. I here for the season, the t

B&PWC. pack and dens to reorganize next
Other officers inducted by Mrs. ent.Mrs.. Charles Maxson, Circle I fall. I
Crowell were Mrs. Fern Frank
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first vice, president; Miss Ellen ------ ,

I Morgan, second vice president; I. t.: : :.11 t.: I .:-: : I : I t t t : 1 I 1 : t :,1 t t t I : tIt' .--H"H 't tIt-I I- H"H"THEATRES > \
II.I. Mrs. Grace Graham, recording

secretary; Miss Billie Hand, corresponding I

ii: I.I I ,E. BEASLEY Patsy Batchelor secretary, treasurer., and Miss

Beasley 15,532 Mrs. Allie Okie, past president, PRINCE. LAKE DRIVE-IN
TOM ADAMS Hardwick .. 15,322 made the introductions; Mrs. John ,,' '
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I Tom Adams ,. 411,021 ny Verhulst, the presentations, ": :: Pahokee "'>*- Pahokee-Belle Glade Road

; Jess Yarborough 298,070 New Tax AssessorDoes and Miss Jane Plumer gave the in.. -- >", - -

vocation.i i .----. < -2BIGFFATURES-

Kaye Hughes s New AT THE HOSPITAL 'SUNDAYDIONDAYTUESDAYSUNDAY, -MONDAY-TUESDAY
MAY 29-30-31 ,
II Among the patients at the Ever- '

Rainbow AdvisorKaye glades Memorial Hospital Wednes- YJ7 :, .},,' "HOLIDAY FOR

day were. Jesse York, Mrs. Violet "OPERATION LOVERS"PETTICOAT"

White, Mrs. Betty Holman, Mrs. .
I
;, Hughes was installed new Audrey Haggins, Richard Sappington JANE WYMAN AND ; .
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' I Philip Yelvington, Vervie Allen CARY GRANT TONY CURTIS'CLIFTON WEBB :
,. worthy advisor of Pahokee Assem- '" x..
. bly 16, Order of Rainbow for Girls it F'%. John Kinsaul, Cynthia Berry- JOAN \ ALSO -+
r. at the installation held hill, Mrs. Ann Mills, Mrs. Parker MERRILL'J.":* "
ceremony DIVA "TIMBUKTU"rII
', : Wharton, :Mrs. ,Louis Angel and .,,
in the Masonic Hall, with Mrs.
r--. Marie Hughes serving as installing I Mrs. Ruby Levins. -++++-: : : H I I H : : : : : :.. : : : : 1 II : II II :' d 1 :-++
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officer.
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Other newly elected officers in-

. ducted were Joyce Brown ,worthy .. .
r associate advisor; Elizabeth Hum-

L. phries, charity; Martha Sellers >, $x .. l
f: hope; and Betty Rae'Gillis, faith- q

l-',--\ also 'appointive officers; Glenda I

. Sears, chaplain; Alice Joy Wilson,
drill leader; Willie Carson Adams, EDGAR :MAXWELL

confidential observer; Kathy Wilson : 18,293
Maxwell
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other observer; Alice Hurt, Dr a.. .
I Lytal 15,825 n..LOU" .
musicians nr..on :
; Peggy McElhenny,
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Kathy Young Elaine Adams Thel- '
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t.. ... ma Williams, Connie Singletary; CottoitKeep : : t < {
, Hazel Sheppard and Lyndle Chas- Flies Away From c todays special at FDRDDGMERSHere's ; {;

tain, color stations. I..J .. ; ; r
The officer* who The Door? .,
installing was I : :". .. '
assisted by Mrs. O. H. Sheppard, I f';. .t tI

Peggy.McElhenny and Alice Hurt With the sweet corn season anda .,. .;

i: was presented with a corsage from great deal of ,peppers thrown I :
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: the new worthy advisor who received away on the various dumps in the 't'Y'a

-1 gifts from her parents, Mr. Glades, the common house fly has 1r1RAIINGMIR! J ;f
and Mrs. D. P. Hughes, and aunt, become a nuisance this spring. On -TI
;Mrs. Marie Hughes
several doors, blobs of cotton have
Mr.and Mrs. Hughes were hosts "
. been placed.on.the screens and it
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during the of refreshments < ,
serving there I'" !:
was put because the owner
r following, the ceremony and .were .
will
' believes that the cotton keep
in of the hall
charge decorating "
out the flies.
for the installation.
Do. you think cotton. will keep >' ,
out the flies? It is something to 2

.:,} .: Pahokee Council In- think ,about. A dime's, worth cifcotton "
would be enough to keep i '
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."- :: ..>....1CO>2 Ued'fompag '::1)orized bious ndS'of flies out: t'any'houseo'r j
. .',. ; in'th'ei;' coding of the city ordinances business,place, if it7.'w rks. Are : >r. 1
"to'designate a 10 per cent you a believer ,in the:"' cmton on i

penalty on occupational -licenses the screen" method.of keeping flies

where payment is delinquent for out of your house?
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than 30
more days':
, Here's chance world-beatin'est !".
.the
your to get
John Grout, a natural: gas consulting Anderson Chastain deal ever on the stunning '60 Ford Fairlane -.f '., (ti
engineer, was authorized 500-or on any other Ford iQ the,house Yes, we're. J {;'
. \ to represent the Council in a survey HI In Miami HospitalAnderson trading, trading, trading to beat 'em all-during our WE'RE AIMING !!'
1 to determine whether or not it Ford Dealers Trading Fair. Your present car is worth i J.,
is feasible for a connecting ChastainCanal Point more to Us, now-than you ever reckoned'possible! Not TO BEAT THE TAR OUT OF
pipe only that, but look at all you get! Want performance? Ford t t
, line for natural gas in this area. grower and pioneer resident, is in \ is famous for it-with the sparkling pep of the Mileage i ..kCOMPETITION DURING
Streets Commissioner Marvin Mount Sinai hospital in Miami Maker Six or the commanding authority of the Thunder-' i
, Cowart Councilman Boe were named where he is in serious condition bird's own V-8.! Ward comfort?Ford wrote the book on jit ;"OUR BIG TRADING EVENT

y' ,on axcommittee to get the base- following a reoccurrence of a heart -with wider door openings-loads of room for all six
' riders!generous front seat foam padding-buHl-Jor-peoplt -NOW GOING ON!
. ball diamond in the City Park in condition. He was stricken several comfort through and through! Want style? Nothing will .. .
good 'condition for the playing of weeks ago and'was'given.attention dress up your drive.,vay more'proudly. Come in today! : I ,
Little League games this summer.It in a West Palm, BelCh hos- e immediate delivery Drive a '60 Ford tonight! ,. '
I"I"T
was voted to have a resolu pital and returned to his home In .I Optional at tltgkt ad4ilio.aI cost -L 'jFD
tion drawn up ordering the clean- Canal Point. His condition worsened I IID.i.. ....tat .

Ing up of the Elsworth Keen property and he was returned' to the West BESTSELLERS!, BESTVALUES! BEST-TRADES @) .
at the corner of SE Third St. Palm Beach hospital and .ater I''f i .
...
and Annona Ave., the owner to be taken to the Miami hospital. His j ON THE WORLD'S MOST POPULAR CARS F.D.A.F. ; "
asse'for the cost of the work. condition is considered critical. ; 1 t'
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Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Bleech have Hugh Heath, former Pahokee Pahokee Motor
Company
returned from a 10-day visit at resident now living at Paducah, .

... Little Switzerland, N. c., where Kyspent several.days in,Pahokee .
they have purchased. : a summer visiting:Mr.and :Mrs. Leon Spooner PAHOKEE, FLORIDA -0" ': '

cottage. and other friends. -.:= SEE TOSD STABTZME" IN LIVING COLOR TUESDAYS ON NBCTVt .
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