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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 3, 1960
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00023
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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it t Enrichment Plan Registration Books_ Mathis Named Lion State Will Sell hiGraduation Is Set
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In Glades
Again Open Richlands On July 12

i'. Canal Point School' Registration-books. are again" Of Year PahokeeD. State Cabinet Internal Improve- Thursday June 9

; I 1 open at the Glades Office Buildingand l ment Fund trustees' Tuesday rejected -
J A Summer Enrichment Program those not registered, who nope B. Mathis voted Lion of the all bids on leasing land now Graduation exercises for the Pa-
i for the children of Canal Point to participate in the November :Year by members 'of the Pahokee farmed by Richlands Inc., and hokee High School Class of 1960
; will be held at the Canal Point election, may now get their nameson ,,Lions Club, was awarded the Ralph called for bids July 12 on the put- start with the Class night programin
i 4 School under the sponsorship of the books. Many found duringthe Stanley Memorial ,Plaque at a zone right sale of 2,965 acres ownep by the auditorium Friday, June 3,
the State Board of Education 'in past primary election that they dinner meeting of the Pahokee, the state in the Pahokee area' at 8:15 p. m. The annual awards
t cooperation with the County Board were not properly qualified and are Canal Point and Okeechobee Clubs After discussing the offers, trustees from various departments of the
'". of Public Instruction. correcting that little difficulty held in the Community building at said the state should get out school to outstanding seniors will
(- now.Deadline
r 't those old enough to enroll in the for filing small claims the Pahokee Club, host, and B. R. sell the farmland. The trustees Henderson. The theme of the pro
t first grade next school year up to has been set ,as June 10 for the Mosley, president of the Pahokee, will set a $1,000,020: base bid on the gram to be presented by the Sen-
16 years are eligible to participatein court session which is scheduled acting as master of ceremonies. It land. Richland will be given 90 days iors is "Hawaii". The class history,
the program, which starts June for June 30,' according to informa- was.also ladies night, with wives of after bids are received to remove prophecy, will and testament and
j 17 and ends July 29, with activities tion from Mrs. Mae Pope at the Lions attending as guests. its equipment if the firm isn't the superlatives will be given duringthe
4scheduled for each day, Monday Glades Office Building. James W. Vann explained the successful bidder. program. I
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through Friday, from 8 a. m. to 5. .4. origin of the plaque which is presented Baccalaureate
p. m. to held in the Pahokee First Baptist I
the Pahokee
annually
Mrs. Charlotte Walston and Mrs. Funeral Services Lion who contributes most in pub- Miss Betty Echols Church Sunday June 5, at 8:15 p. I
Alma Burr, will serve as directorsof lic service to his community and m., with the Rev. Robert A. Shelley i

the 'program. Mrs. Burr will For Mrs. Maxson 75 :his club. Ralph Stanley, the first Award s Special pastor of the"Canal Point !
teach arts and crafts and direct recipient of the award, died the Methodist Church, delivering the.
recreational activities. Mrs. Wals year after he received it and the sermon to, the class. Special music "

ton, who,is starting her third yearas Funeral services for Mrs. Lillie club gave it his name. Since thenit Miss Betty Echols. a Mercer will be sung by the PHS Glee Club.
director, will have charge of the Mae Maxson. 75. of Canal Point has been presented to R. T. University senior received the Un- The commencement exerciseswill
library, supervise the 'showing of were held Tuesday at 3 p. m. at Schroder, Duncan Padgett, M. I. \\ be held Thursday evening
motion pictures in the afternoons the Canal Point Methodist Church Keen and Paul Tillery. At the derwood Corporation Award given June 9, in the gymnasium in order

., and plans to organize softball with the Rev. Robert A. Shelley meeting Monday night Mrs. Ralph the discussion education student to provide more room for the audience -
teams made up of boys of the fifth, pastor, officiating.Mrs. Stanley was present to make the maintaining the highest academic which for the past several
I sixth and seventh grade. Maxson, a pioneer residentof presentation to Mathis. average: on all'subjects for four years has overcrowded' the audi-
,>; -There will be a story hour every Canal Point, died at her home Guest speaker was Jerry Doyleof years. This award is made annually torium.W. < '
at
Mercer's
afternoon for the younger children, Sunday morning. She came here West Palm Beachnewly ele.ted Recognition.. Day A. Vincent of Sebring will
ceremonies.
and swimming classes will be" organized with her family/from Plant City'33 district deputy governor of 35-S deliver the commencement.. ad- -
4 If parents cooperate by.1urnlahing' years ago and was,a, member ofthelCanal who reported tbP.x cent..Liavns Miss Echols* daughter, of-Mrt andMrs. gJ; Mis Re ':' ZJ cl S n. : '
.'L."IX'Echols-. --Pelican Lake -' '-" .
'fc= ',-- transportation to and .Point Methodist Church. State Convention"'in Miami Beach ; daughter; of* Mr. i iidMrs.: MI
from the Pahokee swimming pooL; She is survived ,by seven sons, and reviewed the activities and is a member of Future Business ,Jackson of Canal Point, who has
J Remedial reading classes for Earl, Leonard, Ralph, .George, Elmer growth. of Lionism within the district Leaders of America the Baptist the highest scholastic; average in
i Canal Point children, as well as and Phillip, all of Canal Point, during the past year. He was Student Union and the ToungWomen's the class, will give the valedictoryand
for, children of other Glades and Roy Maxson of Emerced Cal.': presented with a certificate of ap- Auxiliary. She has held Miss Suzanne Morgan, daughter -
of Vice President in Eta
schools will be held at the Pahokee the office of Mr. and Mrs. Claud
two daughters, Mrs. Joyce Sims of preciation by Mr. Mosley.The Morgan
Elementary School.Remedial Canal Point and Mrs. Dorothy Mc- Lions and thier guests were Sigma Iota Spanish Fraternity, of Pahokee, with the second hIgh-
;. -e- Donald of St. ,Petersburg; two introduced by M. I. Keen and P. A. Treasurer in Cardinal Key Honor- est average, will welcome the audi-
Leadership Sorority, and President -
. sisters, Mrs. Mamie Maxson of Ca- Slonaker. Door prizes were awarded ary ence as salutatorian. The exerciseswill
nal Point and Mrs. Maud Kehl of to Mrs. Noma Norman and Mrs. in the Mercer Independent be preceded by a brief concertby
: Reading Co-eds social Association. She is
Las Vegas, Nev.; and 19., grand- J. W. Vann. Leon Spooner, Frank the PHS Band under the direction -
also a member of Sigma Mu Scholastic -
'" children. Tillis and J. H. Wilkinson, Jr., were of Bandmaster Robert O.
{ At PahokeeSchool Honor Society, which is the The band will also the
play
Lampi.
: Pallbearers were A. R. Harrington on, the committe in charge of din
highest honor that can be achievedat recressional.
and
; D. L. Hooks, Gaulden Harring- ner arrangements. processional
-- Mercer University.After Honor students in this year's
ton, Frank Wilson, O. H. Shep-
The Pahokee School graduation in June, Miss
Elementary graduating class include Marvel -
pard and J. P. Parker.
has been ctiosen as the summer Burial was at the Port Mayaca Cattlemen Meet Echols plan to return to her home Karen Adams, Joseph Michael '
remedial reading center for all state to begin a teaching career. Alderman, Jr., Shirley Alyne Cul-
Cemetery. WiliamsWetheringtonFuneral .
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schools in the Glades area, accord- berson, Edwina Louise Humphrey.
Home was In charge of Scheduled June 15The
ing to Principal Herman Austin. arrangements. Flags Delivered Rebecca Ann Jackson, Ruth Mae

The remedial program, under the _r Kahle, Shirley Ann Levins, Wallace -
direction of Mrs. Lair will By Boy Scouts .
Evelyn Florida Cattlemen's Asso- Graham Mole, Jr., Suzanne
be available only to students of Ice Is Available ciation is its Mid-Summer I Morgan, Penelope- sasser- John- -
First, Sixth and Ninth Grades, having I On Friday afternoon and Saturday Walter Smith Kathleen Spencer,
The Clock
which are the grades where the Around Convention in West Palm Beach I the Boy Scouts were busy delivering David Broughton Watkins, Jr., and

need for remedial reading is con. : June 15th, 16th and 17th with flags which had come in Roger Wayne Watson.
i: .* jsidered the most urgent. The pro- A new automatic ice vending, headquarters at the George Wash- so they could"be displayed on Me- .
r .f*" gram is scheduled to last for six machine has been Installed atthe ington HoteL The Palm Beach morial Day. Others were busy at -" ,. ,
r- .:' weeks, starting June 17 and end- John Stanford Shell Station in Canal County .Cattlemen's Association ,Is Jack Spencer's and John Bolton's Annual Awards ,
Ing July 29. Each, Palm Beach Point.. Ice Is: available i around host for this event. putting down the flag holders in

=;: )\. County school in:the Glades area the clock. ,.. 25 pound block can be All Florida ,.Cattlemen's. Association the concrete...Anotbeirshipment !s l
,, Canal Point School
.:_,1r' will be given a quota of'students to secured by- dropping a: quarter in menibers and prospective due and they will be delivered assoon .

_, _... participate! in the program the the slot.',If the1customer, prefers members are invited to attend. as they arrive.
I .
,'":- students l to be accepted only upon crushed ice' that Is available. l also Registration' begin at 9:30: a. Joe Graham Billy Boe, Mike The,annual awards day program
recommendation of the school principals at a' slightly higher price. The new m. Wednesday, ,June 15th in-tle Watkins, Wayne Boynton, John at the Canal Point School will be
-. I and consent of the parents. machine has become quite popular lobby of the George Washington Vandegrift James Crauswell, John held in the auditorium Wednesday;

i Summer programs in recreation, with local folks and with fisher- Hotel. Robbins, Eugene Cooper, and Wayne June 8, at 10 a. ,m., when students
band instruction,science arts and men who are known to need ice at The program will include Ludlam, who participated: with records of outstanding achievements -
.., crafts are also being planned for i all hours of the day and nigh: speeches on "Land Evaluation and in the flag sale met at the local will receive special.

Pahokee schools for the same sIx- "the Part It Plays in Profitable radio station on Saturday morningto awards, according to Principal W.
week period. Mrs. Joe Waddell Is Cattle Production in Florida," "Il- make tape recordings to b* W. White, June 8 will be the last

.. lustrated Discussions on ''Pesticides broadcast on Memorial Day._ day of school, however, the children
Running Coffee, Shop; and Their Use/'. "What Florida is I Tuesday night was the date decided will return to school for their
WEATHERAt Doing to Keep' 3oryla Agriculture: ,' on for the next Board of Re- report cards on June 10.
Mrs. Joe, Waddell of Pahokee is 'Informed About Insecticides." view. 7:30 P. M. the time, the Scout Because of a new policy adoptedby
" U. S. Sugar Plant Meld the new proprietor of the Coffee Entertainment will include two Hut the place. All Scouts are urg- the County Board of Public Instruction
Station at Canal Point. Shop in Canal Point. Mrs. Harvey dances a banquet, a deep sea fish- ed to attend. there will be no grader
( 'Date Temp. Rainfall Batchelor gave up operation of it ing trip, a boat trip -on the "Pad- Reported by Wayne Ludlam ating exercises for the Eighth
t max. min. Inches the first of June and Mrs. Waddell dlewheel Queen" and ranch tours. i --- i Grade students who have success

May 25 92 63 .00 took over. Mrs. Waddell has bad Ladies entertainment will includea Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McCoy, accompanied fully completed their studies, as ,
May 26, 9Q 62.00, years of experience in\ the food tour to Bazaar International and by their son-in-law and has been the custom in the past.
3 :May 27 84 65 .14 serving business and Invites the luncheon and style show. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Johnson The class of'16 eighth graders at
I'I'r May 28 87 68 .24 public to visit her,establishment &- will leave this weekend for the Canal Point School will enroll
May 29 84 69 .18 -- Mrs. C. C. Cruthird,has returned Atlanta, Ga.. to attend commencement in the ninth grade at Pahokee High
3Iay 30 82 71 .05 Miss Ann Hartman' has returnedto from a visit with her brother and exercises at Emory University School next falL
,. May 31 78 70 .42 her home in MarylM after a sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Robert their son, David McCoy, being ,- ... '. ,
t. Normal May rainfall 3.92. year of missionary we-1? among Hayes at Alton and=her brother- one of the graduates to receive a Mrs. M. P. Stanley is visiting
r May' 1960 rainfall 3.20. ,< ,- migrant 'families at t1"' Pahokee: in-law and sister, MrSand Mrs., w. BS degree in dentistry from, Em- her parents at Lumpkin, Ga.. and'
:=-.r '.Normal June rainfall 8.29:;i j'!.' !&rml Labor Supply Cep.T Dv Bates at Brighton HI. ory. friends-in Atlanta this week. '


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: Page: Two The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday June 3, 1960


. I On Terms LA3IAK ALLEN HEADS S. Talton, DeLarid, were elect-
Agree
: i.I. II FLORIDA, FAIR ,OROT7PGAINES1rItLL I to the board of directors. Re-
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"M\' For Merger Roads E3mar: were board'members D. A.
k &
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West Palm Beach was I orms, Plant City .It: E: )Wood,

r, TAMPA-The Seaboard Air Line president of the Florida Feder n".. ee, K. S. McMullen and
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I", 'I 'I Railroad and the Atlantic Coast of Fairs and Livestock Shows I S. Perry Gainesville, Abner

,', Line Railroad have agreed on terms week during the annual me I ickS n,.Arcadia: .and1 Oscar Har-
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for a merger of the two companiesinto and short course on fair I DeFuniak Springs.
-". a unified company to be knownas ment at the University of Junior directors of the Federa

:. J the Seaboard Coast Line Rail- Allen succeeds Lee Maxwell, I ,are state presidents of Future

\ road Company.John Land, who has held the office of America, Future

. W. Smith Seaborad presi- two years; T. L. Barrineau, and"H. of America and boys'

r.r r dent, and W. Thomas Rice Coast hasse was re-elected I girls' 4-H Clubs. The annual

r rr. Line president, announced Jointly treasurer.H. and short course is con-

F that under the merger agreement H. Parrish, Orlando, I by the Florida Agricultural

.:, : The Rardin Building In Canal Point. Florida holders of'Seaboard common stock .named vice president. Vice Service in, cooperation
,' T would retain their present shares dents re-elected were Nathan I the Federation..
;:' THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION'HOME OF which would' be" equivalent to a Mallison, Jacksonville, Joe '

share-for-share! exchange,for stockof Cooper, Panama City, Mrs. Lawrence Jaudon and

, THE EVItilADESNWS' the merged company,Holders of Snyder, Palmetto, J. C.. Jayne, and son, Roger,

t common stock of the Atlantic CoastLine Tampa.. Luther Dcummond; her husband's brother-in-
Serving the Lake Okeechobee' FarmIng Region Without will receive 1.42 shares of the .land, and Don Adams, Palatka. and sister; Mr. and Mrs. Wiley

t: Interruption Every Week for More Thanv30 Years': merged' company for, each share A. Lv ,Anderson, Gulfport: here Friday.

s Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday now owned.
: The merger would make Smith :i. .f1144.-i III i- ii I 1I11 n 1 1 it H"> i HI-n II-11111111- t-<-i H l-4 j jV
1 Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance
.
w I. chairman of the' board of the new '
NOTICE TOMERCHANTS
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office company and Rice president. The I'

: '. In Canal Point, Florida,,as Second Class'Matter board of the unified company RETAIL 1
would consist of 13 present Sea-

Paul flardinOwner, Editor, Publisher board directors and'13 members of If you make installment sales, you .

:r IN, APPRECIATIONWe STATE SHORT COURSE the present Coast Line board. :
should be licensed under the Retail -
new
,: 'are deeply grateful to the FOR 4-H CLUB GIRLSIS Stockholders of the two comp-

r many friends, and neighbors who SLATED JUNE 6-11 anIes' will be asked to approve the Installment Sales Act. Send YOUl-

were to kind and thoughtful dur- TALLAHASSEE More than proposed merger at meetings to be I
k" 500 Florida held later .this year. $5 license fee to .
Ing'the death of our mother-Mrs. 4-H club girls will .. .
? Nt V. Maxson. We shall always remember come to the Florida State University I II
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, the expressions of sympathy campus June 6-11 for a week RAY E. GREEN

r and the many acts of kindness of education, inspiration and rec- State Tallahassee
, Comptroller
- which were shown by those helped reation at the 45th Annual State ,
8
f I- to bear the sudden shock of death Girls' 4-H Club Short Course. I 1 1 1 1 1 1 M4 :"H-M"MM 1 1 J :,1 t 1 I I I 1 I I : t : : 1 t : 1 It : : : :,
as it entered her home. For the During the week,they will go to

many floral tributes and each and morning classes in money manage- I

every act ot thoughtfulness, we ment, fashion, career exploration, I The Rev. and Mrs. Alfred W. t : : : : t 1 : h 1 : : : : : : : :--+" .J : : : : : 1 : : 1 :. 1 : 1 : : t : tIt 1 lIt 'tt -

shall always be grateful. May God emergency care at home, citizenship -I Meeks (Johnnie Lowery) of Fol- ,

bless each and everyone of you and public speaking, news writing son, La., former Canal Point resi- ManyThanksw

again may we say thanks. '* art, horticulture, food and nutrition -I dents, announce the birth of a son,

THE FAMILY OF personality development, Mark Stephen, at the Baptist Hos-
MRS. N. V. MAXSON health, music, recreation, devo- MY.SINCERE THANKS AND APPRE-
.. m (pital in New Orleans, May 10. .
tions, and consumer education. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Echols of Mel-I CIATION TO THE MANY VOTERS IN
: Mrs. Pope Sears, district secre- Afternoons the 4-H
club
girls
I bourne announce the birth of a son, PALM BEACH COUNY WHO SUPPORTED -
tary of children's work, Mrs. W. F.
will tour the Governor's mansionand
James Russel at x
the Melbourne I
Underhill, Jr., Mrs. E. F. Hollon MY CAMPAIGN FOR- STATE '
the Grove, give 4-H demonstrations -
hospital, May 17. Mr. and Mrs. L. f VS
and Mrs. Elmer Maxson, all of Ca- and get acquainted willie l SENATE.
D. Echols of Pelican Lake are the :!:
nal Point, attended, the training F. S. U. campus. paternal grandparents I

school for officers of the Metho- They will hear inspirational talks t .
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dist Woman's Society of Christian from Dr. Milton' W. Carothers, Mrs. J. D. Lathem visited her son Ralph J'' Jr. r.'

Service at Stuart. vice-president, of F. S. U.; Dr. M. Mr.. and Mrs. James Latham in
I O. Watkins, director, Florida Ag- Cocoa the past'weekend. (Paid Political Advertisement)
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ricultural Extension Service; Miss ,
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Anna Mae Sikes state home dem- ,--

Classified Ads onstration agent; Miss Committee Emmife Nel- j ]P!) P" 'I"' ''' ''' FIF'l I IJ innnk "

. spn-.,of Rational on
-- Boys' and Girls' Club Work; Paul B ,
HAD. A VISITOR? 'Give ::2661 a
Hendrick nation's
one of the representatives -
ring and let us know about it
at the World's Fair in ANTIDOTEHOMESICKNESS
and we will be happy to ,put the India[ this past spring; and Mrs.

item in our personal news column.Of .' Robert Binger, homemaker and .
course, there is NO CHARGE.. eacher. ,
Thanks. The News. .
Everglades
Duringthe Short Course, the

IS YOUR CLUB OR Church group State Girls' 4-H Council will be in iJ.; For .'

meeting this week? We would be session, with Miss Sarah Helen

glad to know about it and will use Steen, of Perry, presiding. iJ V .
Theme for the week is ''LearnLiveSerVe .'
it; as a news item if you'll just
give us a ring at 2661. .Thanks. Through 4-H." i
I The Everglades News. There is no 4-H club leaders and home dem- '

charge, of course. onstration agents will come to the :
Short Course with the county 4-H
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\ IS YOUR- SUBSCRIPTION past I delegations. For the boy or girl away from home-at-college:*- :
due?'' If you're going on vacation .'- ,,, ,
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*let have'a'checlTbefore ,
us
1> you CARD'OF THANKSWe +4HiH4't .t'f'l rH': I+:- I+I' .
Send $2.00 and we'll
go: renew
want to thank the many
your paper for one year. The I r
folks who were so kind to me during -
Everglades t News; Canal Point my illness:and stay in the'hos
Send
Them
Fla.' :
pital. We are grateful for the'many :

FoB: 'SAUC:(New and'used'WillysJeei& cards and'flowers.. These kind acts ,
Walter= .Ashley's 'GarageJnHellevGlade. will'always be remembered.L. .
Phone'30&:: F.' 'i'UKBEVILLE

odt.17.54-ch, _And"FAMILY' j: The. Hometown k
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'PRINTING OF ALL KINDS. If
Mr\, .and Mrs.. ,Roy Maxson of
you netd c&fds,'envelope letter' Emerged, Calif, were a1Ied'to Ca- ..H.H..HH't"H"3'tl"H"t. .. I I 8 Uli; #' #
heads statements bill.heads, hared nal Pointthe first the
of! week by ,, ,=-
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billor 'I -
tHe'death'of his mother Mrs. Lillie \
line'Just;step to*the phone and cal Mae 'Maxson.IN I Subscription t i H

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Tou are hereby notified that Evelyn, ; \
ON SECOXDJMORTGAGES Juanlta Nahalka'has tiled a' ,BUI of I !.: .
camp1&tnf&ptnstyou: : for'c11roe..:an4 Canal Point; Fly I ;
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GALL,. WIRE, WRITE' OR answw Attorney to"Tha the M complaint Whldden.on P.plaintiffs O. Box I Enclosed'find--------------: ._ fora subscription 1 IV I \
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Silver Springs Is Melaine Todd .is visiting her Mrs. J. S. Chastain has returnedto

I grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fort Lauderdale after visitingher

I- 0 ( PERSONAL NEWS NOTES (I Site For New Film Dermondy, in Miami this week. son-in-law and daughter Mr.

SILVER.sP i GS-1be' underwater A.aR and Mrs. C. W. Pell, and family in
R. Mosley, new president of Pahokee.
portion of a new hour long .
--------------------------------- the Pahokee Lions ,Club, and Mrs.
The Rev. Curtis Mock, son of N.: L. Wright, formerly of Paris I television series will be filmed here Mosley together with M. L Keen Wayne Unwin, FSU student, has

.Mrs. C. A. Stuckey of Pahokee, HL, has taken over the manage-I during the'first ten days of June. past president of the club, and Mrs. returned from Tallahassee to spend

has resigned as pastor of the Gos- ment of Royal's The new series entitled "Aquanaughts" Keen attended the State Lions the summer in Pahokee with par-

pel Tabernacle, Four Points, West in Pahokee. Mr. and Mrs. Wrightare is being produced by Ziv Convention in Miami Beach the ents, Mr. and Mrs.'Horace Unwin,

Palm Beach, effective June 19.This presently making their home !n Studios of Hollywood and will be past week. and family.

week the Rev. and Mrs. Mock Clewiston.Mr. released this fall by the Columbia

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"are in Atlanta Ga., where they
and Mrs. R. W. Sanders
will attend graduating exercises I I Starring in the show will be : :+X... :-' -KHh : : : : : : : : : : : : : : Ht -+
spent the weekend in Miami visit-
at the Beulah Heights Institute. I Keith Larson and Jeremy Slade. :
ing their sons-in-law and daughters -, I The series is being produced by AGAIN MY' SINCERE THANKS .
Susan Johnson and Joyce Spencer Lt. Col. and Mrs. P. A. Keyes, ,
Ivan and
Tors will be directed, ?)y
students at Florida State Uni- and Mr. and Mrs. James S. Wilson, Paul Stader. Lamar Boren will be I 4: To All ,Voters.In' Palm Beach
to their and families. Lt. Col recently
versity, have, returned Keyes -
the cameraman. The same producer County For The Splendid Turnout .
homes in Pahokee for the summer. returned to his' home in Miami .
after spending several weeks at an director and cameraman produced .c: Tuesday, May 24th. I Am Humbly ;
Mrs. Lou Lombard and daughter f the popular "Sea Hunt" television '
Grateful For The Trust You Have $
Army hospital in the North .
.of Miami are visiting her parents, I series. Many of the episodesof ...1J

'Mr. and Mrs. James Miller, here Wayne Elliott, who has been this latter show have also been J Afforded Me As Your

this week.. making his home with his brother- shot at Silver Springs. '
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Judge
A Christening ceremony for in-law and sister, Dep. Sheriff and .

Charles Edward Duke, small son Mrs. Lee Wroten, and family in Pa- Lt. Lewis Collins a member of Criminal Court Of
I the faculty at the'Admiral Farra- : ,
of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Duke, was hokee, has gone to Lake Worth

held during the morning worship I where he is now living with his gut Academy, St. Petersburg, has RecordOF

service at the Pahokee First Meth-i mother, Mrs. B. Elliott. returned to spend the summer herewith
I .his parents, Mr., and Mrs. L. PALM BEACH COUNTY
odist Church. At the 'same time,
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Paul Watson joined his wife this M. Collins.
:Mr.Duke joined the church through I week in Georgia where she has .. .
of letter from the Okee-
transfer
been visiting relatives. Before returning Mr. and Mrs.' Joe Kelly of Ft. Russell McIntosh
chobee Methodist Church.
will at-
to Pahokee they Pierce were holiday weekend

: Miss Helen Sheppard, daughterof tend commencement exercises at guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. V, Thomas (Pal' Political Adv.)

Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Sheppard of Georgia Military Academy, College Jr., in Pah kee. '
t t t : t.: : : t t t t H-H-H-H-H-H H H'M frI
( Canal Po nt, and Miss Joyce Spencer --Park, their 'son, Karl, being one of

daughter of Mr. and Mrs..Jack the graduates.

Spencer of Pahoke, both studentsat itTWB fffwyywrT ffs ''fiyw'??'\'yIt1I I' I'I I!? tif'1't1! :iITf! ,
Neely Johnson, electrical engineering -
Florida State
University, are
student at Georgia Institute -
spending a few days with their
of Technology, is spending a
parents before attending summer
few days with his parents, Mr. and
school at FSU.
Mrs. Alex Johnson, in Pahokee be-I
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. White had fore returning to Georgia Tech

as guests over the weekend their for summer school.

json-in-law and daughter Mr. and Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade N

Mrs. Carlton Todd, and children, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Campbellare

'.. John, Barney and Kathy of San- planning to move to Daytona SALES and SERVICE '
Beach where he has a
ford. Barney and Kathy remainedfor accepted
extended visit with their teaching position. He has been a
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School faculty, tecahing the
Mr. and Mrs. Joel" Brown and
sixth grade. I iiii ijij iti iiigfli T I
family plan to leave next weekendfor
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their summer cottage at Salt Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fandal have .

Springs. returned to Fairmont, Minn., after

a visit here with Mr. and Mrs. J. ,:R *.,Y, "T;:': .,;fi? :..,
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Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Elliott of. %. 2 ?:,9?>tk f : rYMs
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his brother-in-law and sister, Mr, and Mrs Rupert Mock and a '

ti Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wroten, and children, Rupert, Jr., and Marilynwill

family. Mr. Elliott has joined the leave this weekend for Gainesville -

r _, ",U. S. Air Force and will leave to attend commencement exercises -{
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soon ta .take his basic training at at the University of Florida I

jf the Lackland Air Force Base In their daughter, Jeanine, beingone

Texas. of the graduates to receive a -T4I

Walter G. Hull and W. Roscelle BS degree in nursing from U of I

Wilson returned Wednesday from F. Also planning to attend the exercises ;

a business trip to Tallahassee. : are Jeanine's grandparents, M :..
I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mock; uncle and '.Q 3 'l,. fVNwa
Stanley Hooks, who recently ar- aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Sam McKins- '
rived Cuba to ,his .... .
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: George McElhenny has returnedfor
daughter, Linda, accompanied by
the summer from Atlanta, Ga.,
their son-in-law and duaghter, Mr.
where he been.attending Em- ,
Cory University.Mr. and Mrs. B. Elliott, Jr., ,have returned : ::. a $,;: :,Ay 0h4'.':. 'S; 7S';i'Mty 1.:vxY : ;

from Colquitt, Ga., where
and Mrs. Edward Culberson they were called by the death of

': and family spent the weekend in Mrs. Wilson's father, J. Shiver. j a irywk'

Pompano, with her parents Mr. >
and Mrs. R. C. Readdick. Mr. and Mrs.: Lewis Friend and

children will leave Sunday for
Mr.'and Mrs.'Wendell Harris and
Gainesville to attend commence-
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ment exercises at the Universityof
the weekend at Plymouth with
Florida. Their daughter, Miss
Mrs, Harris, who is engaged in the
Kay Friend, will be one of the
vegetable produce business there.
\ graduates. She will receive a bach- "

Miss Sadie Wilson Mrs. Earl elor's degre
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residents *O. H. .ChaStain visited "'AR.hastairawh'&is :
former Canal Point now ... .
a patient at Mt.
living In Miami, visited friends and

relatives here the first of the week. Sinai Hospital, in,. Miami Beach.
,. I Saturday. k
Cadet Alan Pope has,completed : ..
his studies for the current"school Mrs. H. M: McIntosh and Miss '

year at Georgia Military'Academy, Julia Mathls-*are guests of'their +

College Park, and has returned to father c., R. Mathis in Panama

spend the summer with his 'parents -' City this week before going to

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Pope, in Tallahassee. this weekend to attend -) ENJOY COOL COMFORT .
'Pahokee. the graduation ,of Miss Annette '
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and Mrs. Todd and daughters -
IN THE COUNTY Mr.
AND FOR PALM JUDGE'S BEACH COURT COUNTY IN, of Sanford were weekend CONDITIONING win flood your home with comfort-cool, 61ATTIC and WINDOW I

FLORIDA NO. 14928 guests of :Mrs. Todd's parents? Mr. tered, pollen-free air. .remove excess moisture 1 help prevent VENTILATING are other wond FANS rful.: I
IN RE: THE ESTATE OP : and Mrs. W. W. White. in Canal {
ISAAC PORTER BOBERTS- 'I mildew damage. Air conditioning safeguards youngsters from aids to cool summertime ; E
D>9CEA : Point. comfort. Vhey
NOTICE OF PILING PETITION; FOR .. "prickly heat" rash brings relief from allergies reduces fore out the hot sticky !

FINAL DISCHARGE OF EXECUTRIC CARD OF THANKSWe tensions. Your whole will indoor air and pull In .
Notice Is hereby given that I have family enjoy relaxing, quiet, ocean- cooling fresh breezes

,filed the estate my flnal of Isaac returns Porter as Executrix Roberts deceased of- and deepest wish to gratitude express to our al thanks our breeze comfort. cool living all summer long. Don't simmer "'n motion.**

for final; that discharge I hare and filed that my on petition the 5th friends and relatives who were so it's old-fashioned to be without modern electric air conditioning.

day or July. I960. I will apply to the to us duringthe
Honorable Richard P. Robbins County kind and thoughtful See your electric appliance dealer today!
t '. Judge of Palm Beach County. Florida, illness and death of our loved
Ii for approval of said final returns and .For all the prayers cards
for an order for final discharge: as Executrix one FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANYHELPING I
of the' estate of Isaac Porter flowers food and loving and kind

Roberts. concern we shall always: be Indebted. BUILD FLORIDA
This 26 day of, May, 196*.
IXADELKNB C. ROBERTS We pray God's blessings on ,j T17Urr "
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Mission )MeetingThe Pahokee Sorority ,
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May meeting of the Canal I Mrs. Ralph O. Johnson and Mrs.
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'.; Point Baptist Womans Missionary Lee C. Parker were welcomed as
(: Society WAS held at the church new members of the Xi Beta Tau

,r'... Monday May 23, at 8 p. m.Mrs. \V.S. Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority,
Evans. 'presented: the program: at the last meeting of the current
"You Can Tell." The front of the season: held at the home of Mrs.

Fi't church was decorated with spring Ellis Wilkinson, with the president
Iir r' flowers and each member on pro- Mrs. W. O. Moss presiding. Mrs.

gram wore a corsage of spring: Francis W. Cross, Jr., guest speaker :
.:. The Methodist Church The Pahokee Church I Canal Point First I flowers as they presented their spoke on "Charm" and presented

"once upon a time" parts. The pro- a fashion show in which Mrs.C. .
t Canal Point Florida; Of The Nazarene Baptist ChurchElder
. ; gram was presented in story-book A. Thomas, Mrs. Nathan Bolton

[:;;.,E' .. Robert A.'Shelley- Pastor 71 Bacom Point Road R.E.Barfield : !fashion and each person gave their and :Miss Janet Saxon, all of South

t; i' SUNDAY. : Charlea F. Crauswell, Pastor SUNDAY: I parts from an over-sized book. Bay, acted as models.
,,': 10:00 a. m.-Church School Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882. 10:00 a.m.-Sunday'School Mrs. Evans read the poem "If I . , 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship SUNDAY' SERVICES: 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship could but tell all the Glory" and AT ROTARY MEETINGThe

;. 6:30 p. m. Youth Fellowship 9:45 a. m. -Sunday School 7:00 p. .-B. T. C. the following members helped pre- Pahokee Rotary Club was
:' 7:30 p. mj Evening WorshipMONDAY -'UOOa. m.-Sunday Worship.' 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship sent the program:. :Mrs. W. W.. represented at the 51st Rotary In
t.. : 6:30 p. l 1.-JunI rs. WEDNDESDAY: White, Mrs. J.. S. ...tkins, and Mrs.T. ternational Convention, held in the
'. .' 3:15 p. m. Youth Choir practice 7:00, p. ra.-Sunoay Evening 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer W. Mullis. Mrs. Charles D. Miami Beach Convention Hall

r:I TUESDAY.- : Evangelistic. Service. Service I Stewart President of the WMS, May 29-June 2, by Presidentelectand
800; p. nv Woman's Society WEDNESDAY' : 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: presided over the business session Mrs. W. K. Aldridge, Mr. and
4 1st Tuesday 7:30 p. m. Midweek Erayer 7:30'p.. m.-Ladles Auxiliary and :Mrs. W. W.. White closed the Mrs. C. L. Shirley, Sr.,. Mr. and
?' 2nd MONDAY: 'meetfng."Where Meeting. meeting with prayer. Mrs. Charles Mrs. Joe Alderman and Bascom A.
7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting you are a stranger butonce" Maxson and Mrs. A. T. Holt will Belcher. The Pahokee delegationmade

:, WEDNESDAY: ...-.-.. (Canal Pt. Missi9nary"Baptist present the program at the June its headquarters at the Car-
7:30; p. m.-Prayer :Meeting me ting. illon while at the convention.
--.- God ChurchRev. .
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Methodist PahokeeCanal Richard Hardaway, student at I S-Sgt. and Mrs. James Oliver
First Of Prophecy Charles D. Stewart, Pastor.
SUNDAY:, palm Beach Junior College, Jsspending and daughters Cindy and Pattye,
: Church, Pahokee 'a few days with, his parents of Kokomo, Ind., are visiting her
I 9:45 School
K Point Road a. m.-Sunday
t Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hardaway, parents, .Mr. and Mrs.; A. E. Cul-
. : John H. Kinard, pastor 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
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Rev. Clare S. Hall
I in Pahokee for
I 6:30 Union. leaving Sugar berson, and other relatives in Pa-
m.Training
10:00 School p.
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SUNDAY a. m.
: 7:30 Maples, N. Y. for the summer. hokee while he is on leave.
9:45 a. m.-Church School 11:00 a. m.-Preac1ilng Service p. m.-Evening Worship ,

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service WEDNESDAY: --- _-__
6:45 p. m. -MYF 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V.. L. B. 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting.
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7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B.
TUESDAY: Everyone welcome. Special music Church Of God,.
7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac- and singing.
ticeWEDNESDAY .m. -- Barfield Highway

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Christian Science 9:45 A. M.-Sunday School

7:45 8:30 p.p.m..m..--Mid-week Senior Choir devotions practice Group Of Canal PointThe I I 11:00 7:00 A.P. M.M.--Morning L. W. W.Worship,B. (par- : H ummtmrn.OWNED /

sonage) ,
spiritual foundation of the 7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship .... I

First Baptist universe including man will be em- 7:30 P. M., Tuesday-Prayer. Meeting
phasized at Christian Science services AND OPERATED BY MORE THAN I

, ChurchPahokee Sunday in the LessonSermon"God I 7:30 P. M. Fridaychildren'sChurch 120 FLORIDA CATTLEMEN \
the Only Cause and Creator.0 i
Rev. James E. Boyd pastor Opening selections from the i 7:30 P. M. Friday-'!'. P. E.St. WE WORK FOR_ THE BEST MARKET INTERESTS OF
SUNDAY SERVICES: .
, Bible will include this verse from -- -- CONSIGNORS AT ALL TIMES, I
9r45 a. m.-Sunday School
Isaiah (46:9): : "Remember the CatholicChurch
11:00 'a. .-Morning Worship Mary's WE ADVERTISE FOR COMPETITIVE BUYER PARTICIPATION -
former things of old: for, I am God, ****t
6:45 p.m. Training Union: AND [MAINTAIN OPEN COMPETITIVE
and there is none else; I am God, .
8:09 m.-Evening Worship
p. lIAn.KET.DERE ALL BUYERS, BUY WITH
-" is
and there none like me. '"
WEDNESDAY. : Father David Cronin CONFIDENCE
A correlative citation to be read .
8:00. p. m.-Prayer Meeting. ; SUNDAY MASSES
from: .gc1 nce',and Health with .
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First"two"mass"ea i of the:month
Key to the Scriptures" by Mary 11:00. I : Glades Livestock Market Ass'nON

St. Peter's. : Lutheran' Baker Eddy states (331:8-24): Other Sundays at 7:30. ,

, Church TfigBs Glade "God is ,individual. incprporal. i'm. ., rAHOKEE-BELLE GLADE ROAD
\ He is divine Principle, Love, the
SCHOOL PARTY
DANCE
,. I PHONE WY 6-S028 GEORGE YOUNG, MANAGER
Erwin J. Baumgartner, Pastor universal' cause, the only creator, At the end-pf-season parties

601 w. Lake RQ_ :/'Berle. Glade and 'there is no ther'selfexist- given for the pupils of Fern Frank SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.
He is all-inclusive and is
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SUNDAY: ence. School of Dance awards were pre-
Dtvfeie Services 11 A. !(. flected by all that is real: and sented to Sharon Hatton, Donna
4r i s i J'L .wtJ.Y..tt iiWi J ttJl..l.1tM'fi.J.. e Jf.i.JI.U \l.IiJ.Y.Jl..l.l.4l.II! ; V.J l.Y..Iil.\l.
School 945A. M. eternal and by nothing else. He: Lee Collier, Robert Frank, Nancy e, ..v.LV :

fills.al space, and it-is impossible Watkins: Ginger' Willis, :Martha __ u ,

conceive of such omnipresenceand Holman Ruthelle Vandegrift, Sar- . __
Holy NativityEpiscopal Individuality except as Infinite ah Ann Johnson, Mary .J Apel-. n;{ ;
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Church gren and Karen Aldridge. '
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Pahokee,4' games were played and refresh- :.
Mrs. Burney has returned to her ments served.

:M. Wendell Hainlin, Vicar home with :Mr. and Mrs. C. G. .
SUNDAY: Willis in Pahokee after having eye S. A. Nail returned to St. Petersburg Vf
10'a. m.-Sunday School surgery at St. Marys Hospital in Monday after a visit with 1fflIE

11 a. m. Worship.Service West Palm Beach. Mrs. Nail in Canal Point.

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, 'Eight I The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida: Friday, June 3, 1960Co.
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Board Refuses Many Prize Winners CAMPING'TRIP Band Banquet Is HONOR MISS ECIIOLS
Pahokee Girl Scout Troop 38 at Miss Betty Echols, Pahokee High
Street Dance HasAt the regular meeting- made plans Held Friday Nite School graduate, daughter of Mr.

Red Light RemovalThe for' a camping trip on the Lake ,- and Mrs. L. D. Echols of Pelican

the street dance sponsored by Okeechobee levee Saturday, June Paul Yoder of Fort Lauderdale, Lake, has been awarded a gold cup

, the mothers of the Pahokee High 11. The Scouts wUl assemble at 2 renowned composer and arrangerof <<; trophy for being named the "Out-
county commission this School seniors prizes were won by p. m. for the trip.-At the camp band standing Independent Girl of 1960"at
music was guest speakerat
week ,refused to go along with a Jack Gorham, a gun;Mrs.Joe Hat- there will be swimming, a picnic Mercer College Macon<<; Ga.,
state road department recommen ton Sr., typewriter; Joe Gentry, dinner and a camp fire program, the annual banquet for membersof where she is a senior. She also has

. dation to remove a traffic signal at camera; Perry Hal transistor according to Elaine Salvatore, the. Pahokee High School Band received a certificate, designatingher
the intersectons of State Road 80 radio; and Earl Vann two wrist troop reporter. Guests will be, in- held Friday evening, in the Com- the outstanding business edu-

and State'Road 7. watches. Proceeds from the dance vited. munity Building at Canal Point cation student in the college.

,Lead by Chairman Paul Rardin will go toward paying the expensesof under the sponsorship of the Band .... .. ,
the board agreed to accept recommendations a trip being planned by mem- Public Information Parents Association, with Robert
for installation of "re bers of the PHS graduating class: O. Lampi, treasurer, in charge of END OF YEAR PARTY ,

duce speed" signs from all approaches following commencement exer Center In Miami arrangements. The presentation of An end-of-the-year party and

to the interestcion and installation cises. !I I the annual awards to band mem- picnic for the pupils of Mrs. T. E.

. of small blinkers to call _.. I II MIAMI-The Florida Poll, first bers, which is usually one of the Pennington's nursery school was
attention to the intersection. I I statewide poll to provide public highlights of the banquet, had to held in the city park with Mrs. Pen-

I The road department recommended Two Airlines PlanI opinion information on a basis be postponed, as the medals have nington, hostess. She was assistedby

removal of a traffic signal similar to that of several nation- not yet arrived. Approximately Mrs. Leland Keene A gift was
In Miami
,; and its replacement by a large red Merger wide polls has been naugurated bya 60 band members and guests were presented to Mrs. Pennington by
flashing beacon. -- Miami-based market and economic present. the mothers of the pupils.

The intersection has been the MIAMI-A proposed merger be- research firm. ..
scene of three bad traffic accidents tween two. airlines serving Florida First Research Corporation will -
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since. the first of the year. has been announced by local sales report the results of their first II : t : I : : : : : I : IJ III : 1111 t +tIt+: t t tIll t t II t t II t \

In other actions this week the managers for the airlines. poll, concerning,the opinion of the
The merger would combine Florida THEATRESPRINCE
commission: public on election and
I Trans World Airlines and Northeast
Received a resolution from.the. political matters, in the Miami
South Bay Lions Club calling attention I Airlines. TWA serves Tampa Herald and St. Petersburg Times.
t, and Miami with connections to the First LAKE DRIVE-IN
Research
to the bad condition of U. Corporation has,
Midwest and California. Northeast
S. Highway,27. in adition to The Florida Poll carried -
the two well Pahokee Pabokee-Belle Glade Road
serves cities as as
Took under consideration a request out research and business con-
from the City of West Palm Jacksonville, with connections to sulting assignments for firms and =- -=
' Washington, 'New'York and New 2 BIG FEATURES
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Beach for county aid in a proposed I governmental groups in the U. S.
joint project to widen Forest Hill England. and the Caribbean area. Philip W. v SHAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY
I The announcement followed SUNDAYMONDAYTUESDAYTHEY'RE IJUNE.5G.7
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Moore is JUNE 5-6-7
Blvd. president of the firm.
1 I I meeting of Northeast's board of ..
Instructed the county engineerto ------ -' -
study possibility of a contract directors and is being studied by "BLUE DENIM"
ANNUAL '
I I TWA officials. It would be subjectto PLEDGE SERVICEThe BECAUSE
with the Florida Power and Light Pahokee ,
, the Civil Aeronautics Methodist Woman'sSociety
approval by -
Company for lighting all four-lane of Christian Service will YOUNG" CAROL LYNLEY, AND
Board, Security and Exchange, I
highways in the county-highways
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conduct its
Commission senior creditors and: annual pledge service BRANDON deWILDBAISO
which have parkway separations. DICK CLARK, MICHAEL ,
and installation of officers at the i
stockholders of the two airlines. .
Voted a letter of appreciation to I II I church CALLAN, TUESDAY WELD = \
Monday, June 6, at 8 p. m.
H. N. Kirkman director of the I I The Rev. Clare S. Hall will serve AND VICTORIA SHAW Battle of the Coral Sea t tIt

Florida ing eight Highway additional Patrol state for troopers send- ;To Pay Or Not To I as installing officer. t I : t t : I : t HooH-+{ -tHH : I : ... : : : lIt t t t : : : t

to Palm. Beach County to help pa- !Pay Migrant Bills -
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Voted highways.to help the Palm Beach J "" "" !I1Y,, ''mi\! I. I, ''m;'raKWW" ; BftflftftftflWe Iihlr: !." 1i', !., ,,-.ID.l:'b,,, ,!, wfl1\1 Responsibility for care of medi-
County Cattlemen's Association
cally indigent workers who do ,not
stage a state convention at West ,
meet requirements for receiving I
Palm Beach in June.

'' Approved the appointment 10 welfare county commission aid, was argued this week.by the I 'v Are Pleased : 1 1I ,
contractors on a temporary basisin 1.5 ; ji
Te debate was touched off whena .
order that a new county con-
bill was presented for payment I
tractors licensing operation can
'f 0 f hospitalization of migrant
get underway. workers not in the I '
county long
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Voted to cooperate with the I Announce Our
enough to meet welfare depart .
Broward County Commission in replacing -
ment residence requirements. ;- .
a bridge across the Hills- I ? '
County Commissioner Kenneth
: boro Canal at the county line, a "
, Foster said workers are invited I
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bridge which ,was destroyed by here to help harvest crops, then I Appointment Of ; :
fire. ,
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it was a county responsibility to ,

I 1 take care of them.Commissioner I I ':

,Roy Michael, Jr., -
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disagreed, saying if the board approved -'

I For Florida Title'S the bill 'it will open the I
door" for similar bills. He said

-The Miss Florida other nearby counties will not allow .

Pageant of 1960 will see three repeat such payments.The .
contestants. board referred the bill to CaAI'BAILEY.

According to Miss Lenora County Attorney Harry Johnston

Slaughter, executive director of the fdr a written opinion as to the |

.. Miss America Pageant, this is not board's responsibilities in the case.,
County Commissioners last week I .
an unusual situation and one act- I
to be She feels made plans for a conference with I
ually encouraged.< I Real Estate Broker .
that the more experience a girl West Palm Beach city officials for I

- \ can get, the better will become her further planning for constructionof I .
; State Road 9 through Palm In Belle Glade Florida -:' '
qualifications for a state queen. 1 \ .a .... ,
,F'or instance. Marion,McKnight, Beach County. I

Miss America of 1957, tried twiceto The county, board instructed its i i ,,i ; .
to make
win the Miss South Carolina engineering department
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Pageant before she succeeded. final right of way checks for the I -':' : .")!"

Once she her road and also to lend a hand in '" '
represented collegeas Our Exclusive SalesRepresentative
campus queen once.the town in helping plan railroad crossings for 1 : .I4S :. ,, tyI ->

. which'the college was located and the extension of 12th Street in ,:.;

finally her own home town. West Palm Beach.In .

.. This Miss another item the commission
Judy
year, Bradley, a
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4" Miss Lakeland, will return-as Miss to :Flagler Memorial,Bridgein a Beach < -

Orlando.sponsored by the Jaycees. West Palm Beach are now being in 1 Western. Palm. ,

Karolyn Bagg, last year's Miss St. checked by the county'engineers' .I ,. :'"'1.I 't f, ** .
office and a title'search for needed '
is Miss
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Petersburg, now Universityof
Florida, chosen recently at Silver -right of way'has been started. CountyKENDALL I
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student body. I -.
Miss Corrine Collins .
Sandee Noel Miss West Palm

Beach last year, is now Miss Palm Honored At Party

Beach, sponsored by the Fraternal -

Order of Police Lodge No. 19. So Miss Corinne Collins, brideelectof CONSTRUCTION

far 31 organizations have Indicated Cadet Martin William Carey,

participation in the Pageant was honored aC"'a miscellaneous

here June 21.25.Rotarians. calling shower at the home of M' '

... Lloyd Hundley, with Mrs. T. M.

Lair. Mrs. Claude Padgett, Mrs. E.
HearPhilD.O'Connell F. McIlwain and Mrs., Hundley,. COMPANY '
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table, laid with a rose lace
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cloth, was decorated with arrangements '
Club Members held their of the annual Pahokee ladies'Rotary night of lilies and other white 54 1&Georgia Ave. West Palm BeachH..H"H"H"M"H'frMfl" -

blossoms and lighted with white
banquet: and program in the social tapers in silver candelabra. In the

hall of the,Elks Club Friday night, receiving line with the honoree was >-frHM: I It : t : : : : I : : : I : : I I : : : 1 : :J I lOot I : I : : : :.: I : H--+

...... with their wives the Rotary Anna, her mother* Mrs. L. MInter Collins
attending as guests. State Attorney and Mrs. Hundley
Phil, O'Connell of West Palm Mrs. Billy Turbeville was, at the Over 2000 Houses Built In Palm Beach Countyr

Beach was guest..speaker, President guest book? and Mrs. Chester Mulls -

C. EV (Bill) Williams was In } poured at the punch bowl. Approximately

charge of ,program arrangements. 125 guests attended.
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