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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: June 10, 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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June 10, 1960 PUBLISHED 'WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT By PAUL RAKDIN

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And Boat Ramp On Good Advice Given County Gets 195 Acres



j Lake ,Under Construction 55 PHS SeniorsThe For Airport Expansion


ever-growing. Importanceof .
education to the individual if
A park, to be known Williamson Store Commission Chairman
new county I County
I 60 CENSUSPalm he desires to keep apace with the
as East Shore Park, located on a rapid technological advances of Gets Remodel Paul Rardin said Wednesday
; JobI I morning that his board had been
\ seven acre tract of land secured our present atomic-space age was
l Beach County: 224,537 W. A. Vincent of notified from Tallahassee that the
from the State of Florida at the emphasized by
P. B. Williamson, who ,operatesa State of Florida has with held from
request of County Commission Belle, Glade 11,219 the State Department of Educa- fruit stand and variety store in sale a tract of 195 acres in the
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Pahokee 4,651 tion, Sebring, in his address to the
Chairman Paul Rardin, is under the McCall building north of Ca- Richlands, Inc., area south of Pa-
School
55 Pahokee
construction this week immediately South Bay 1,622Canal High gradu- nal 'Point, has completed a remod- hokee for airport expansion pur-

north of East Shore Pump on Point 832 ates at the commencement exer- eling jo$ that has appreciable improved poses. He said that this land will be

State Road 715. Clearing work Boca Raton .._. 6,891 cises in the gymnasium' Thursday the appearance of his eS-1)used for any and all purposes akinto

has already started and necessary Boynton Beach 10,145 night. The speaker, after congrat- tablishment.The expansion of the airport such as

roads are being built into the park Delray Beach 11,939 ulating the graduates on their successful front section of the store, quick freeze plants, packing houses -

area, Rardin said. Green Acres City 1,022 completion of 12 years of formerly screened in only, has been electronics. manufacturingplants
is located about Jupiter ) 1,048 formal education urged them to dis-
The park area enclosed and spacious glass and many other such installations -*
half way between' ,Pahokee, and Lake Clarke Shores 1,300 continue, if able, their scholastic play windows intalled. In addition as may enhance the

Belle Glade on the new ,highwayand Lake Park 3,549 work in colleges and universities the entire front has been paintedand service of the airport \o the com.
will afford entrance over the Lake Worth 20.326 both for their own good and the redecorated.Mr. munity. ,

dike to a proposed boat ramp to Lantana 4,964 good of their country. Williamson, whp issues fish- In a hastily called special meet

be built on the lake side of the North Palm Beach 2,656 Principal Brooks Hendersonwas ing licenses day or night for the ing of the county commission on

dike. Permission for building the Palm Beach 5.711 master of ceremonies. Suzanne convenience of fishermen, reminds Monday of, this week Chairman

I boat ramp was secured by Chair- Palm' Springs 2,464 Morgan welcomed the audience fishing enthusiasts that the new Rardin asked and received ado *

S man Rardin several months ago Riviera Beach 12,832 with the salutatory address .and 1960-61 licenses, effective July 1, tion of a special resolution,by the

t from the U. S. Engineers Office in West Palm Beach. 55,539 Rebecca Ann Jackson gave the will be available June 15. board asking,the State to with hold
Jacksonville where he conferred farewell valedictory for the class. .- for
some airport
\\ with Col. Troxler, engineer in They were awarded medals for be- sion. He acreage also appointed County expan-Engineer -*
Criminal Bible to
; charge. Judge ing the two top students in. their Schools Steve Middleton, County
class scholastic work.
in
Construction of the new park

!, will make the second park in the Takes New Office The Rev. Charles Cruaswell, Open Week June 13 I.Attorney Vice Chairman Harry Kenneth A. Johnston P. Fosterto and

Glades area to be operated by the pastor of the Pahokee Church of : appear before the cabinet boardin
county. The Community building the Nazarene, ,gave the invocationand I Tallahassee on Tuesday. This

i at. Canal Point, has been,theonly'* .,;Attorney Rusaell ,H.;,J 3> IJ benedic QByTEo..PahQkeeHighSchool "" Following: cloeirig ufr public! (they: di"and: ... 'eeedied""the". Z93 ," t
park west 20 Mile Bend. stepped into the robes of Criminal Band under the 'direction "
county: schools for the summer the gap in acres. .,
Another boat ramp for launching Court Judge Tuesday: ng of Bandmaster: Robert O. Lamps supervised activities for childrenin Attorney Johnston said --the

boats into the well piscatorially a dignified '40-minute, ceremony in presented a brief commencement Board's action in giving 195 acres
stocked waters of Lake Okeecho- the courthouse. concert of tix 1 numbers prior to the being filled in the PahokeeCanal -
reasonable and satl8fact-
i bee will be built on the Lake side After the swearing-in ceremonyby playing of the processional for the Point. area with the openingof was ory..The very appraised value, of the

of the dike at Lake Harbor. Plans County Judge Richard P. Robbins class and ended the exercises with two Vacation Bible Schools this land is $453 and acre, or $88,335.

are in the drafting stage on this installation : Judge McInto assumed his the playing:pf the recessional. coming week, one at Pahokee and 'Tm certainly happy we got the
said., the bench beside Criminal Henry O. Earwood of Belle
Rardin at
k place one at Canal Point. (continued on page 8)
Court Milan while Glade, member of the County
a
Judge Hugh
The VB school at Canal Point
audience of about 160 Board of Public Instruction, con-
an people I
applauded. gratulated the graduates as he will be held at Methodist Church, Annual Awards To

;: Beauty Contest At The ceremony was punctuated presented the diplomas. June 16-17, under the sponsorshipof
the Woman's of Christ-
.with, brief speeches by county officials Following the exercises The ian Service. Mrs.Society W. E. Blackwelt, Canal Pt. StudentsThe
July 4 Whingding who made up the biggest Senior Class room mothers entertained -
WSCS president, will serve as
part of the audience. McIntosh in the Woman's Club build-
I principal. The school will be divid-
himself touch of humor ing with a reception for the grad-
provided a
.t I annual awards at
ed into four Mrs. E. program
Final plans for the Fourth of departments:
In of
uates. charge arrangementswere I
when he introduced about 15 members -
the Canal Point School was held
Paho F. Hollon will be supervising
celebration at
July program Mrs. James H. Wilson Mrs.
his
of family and then remarked -
in the auditorium
t kee Harbor were discussed by the : Ernest Maxwell, Mrs. R. T. Smith, teacher of the beginners depart- Wednesday.
board of directors' Now how I was able to
see
i Chamber.of Commerce at the June win the you election." Chastain and Mrs.,J. M. Alderman. Mrs.: W. F. Underhill, juniors;and The Garden Club awards for the
t.. meeting held in the Civic Building I the Rev. Robert A. Shelley Inter- best essays on "cOnservaiton of
The West PaL Beach .
\ Monday night with President Doris : attorney & mediates. Classroom sessions will Natural Resources". were won by
Sasser presiding. defeated George 'H. Butler in the |be held from 8:30 to 11 a. m., daily. I Sharon Johnson, first place; Linda

." It'was reported the Jaycees Democratic primary run-off for the Richlands Will Go I At Pahokee the VB school will, Bashford, second, and Nancy Har

" are sponsoring a "Miss Lake_Okee- post vacated by the death of the be held at the First Baptist Church rington, third, with :Mrs, W. W.
late Edward G.. Newell. McIntosh -
; Y chobee" beauty and talent contest Judge ; also June 13-17,,with the pastor White presenting the cash prize I Ion
9r' as one of the features on the program : was appointed last Thurs- At Public:Auction. \ the Rev. James E.. Boyd head behalf of the club. !
day by Gov. LeRoy Collins to fill, :Mrs. A. R. local I
, and various other 'concess- ing the faculty as principal.. This Harrington,
: ons ,and program features are toLL the unexpired term. school, for children from three to Girls' 4HClub leader presented I
Judge MacMillan, who presided A public auction will be"hel, to
be sponsored by other civic grqups. 13 years of age will contain nursery 4-H awards to Peggy Pitting .

.i :Wiley Tillis is. chairman: in charge over the installation ceremonies, sell -the acreage known.. as Rich- beginners primary and jun- Brenda Ingram, Sandra Weeks.
told the new judge that he would t
\ of program 'arrangements.. ? lands Inc., on July 26, accordingto iors departments. Each morning Sharon Johnson' Joan Parker,
The climax of the program pass judgment; on, peole from all advices from Tallahassee.At the there will be an assembly periodin Nancy Harrington, Stephanie
of life and advised him to
walks
comes at twilight which will mark the church sanctuary followedby Gingery, Elizabeth Gist. Lodus
. of the Farm
his administration with un- request Everglades
temper Gray, Gloria Hall and MaxineTrett.
the start of the big fireworks'display classes 'in the Sunday school
derstanding. Bureau the land will be offered in
originating on the harbor building. Children failed to register ,
breakwater, with-viewers to watch 40 and 80 acre tracts and then as Friday morning may enroll in Awards in athletics were presented -

the colorful spectacle sitting comfortably STUDENTS HONORED of whole. The minimum bid price the school during the coming week, to James Goodson, Ray Suggs,

r in their parked cars on Young people Church the who Pahokee gradu- must not be lower than 453.00 per according to Principal Boyd. Larry Webb David Kautz, Melvin ,
First Baptist '
: Lamb Lewel1 Hughes, Walter 1
the lake side of the levee facing
ated from Pahokee High Scohol acre, the State has said:: j
Parker Walter
k the harbor. I ; : Young, Fred Mc-
t June 9 and college students home At Tuesday's meeting in Talla- ,GLADES GROWTH Kee, Terry Hall, James Spires
on. vacation were honored at a hassee the Bureau was represented Linda Chastain, Hazel Sheppard

_t. WEATHERAt breakfast Sunday, given by the by its president, Walter Kautz 1950 1960 Paula Bryant Carolyn Maxson and
at the churcn.Mrs. Belle Glade 6,889 1119'
youth department of Canal Point Member Joe Sharon Johnson. These awards

,: U., S. Sugar Plant Field Frank Thompson, depart- Thompson of Pahokee and Member Pahokee 4,4764,631 were made by Coach James Threl-
X Station at Canal Point. ment superintendent, and Mrs. H. Robert Stokes of South Bay It South Bay 1,045 1,623 keld.

\ Pate Temp. Rainfall E. Unwin, assistant superintendent was at their request that the small Canal Point ____ 1,022 832Miss Sandra Weeks and Edna Allen i iI

,' max. min. inches were in charge of arrange- plot sale plan was Instigated. To received Junior Red Cross awards

June 87 69 .82 ments. The PHS seniors were also be with held from the 2965 acres Conine Collins attended the I from Mrs. Mildred Larrick, faculty

:: June .. 2,81 67 .03 given special recognition 'during are two plots, one of 195 acres for graduation exercises at the U. S. sponsor.

June 3 .87 68 .09 the, morning worship hour at the Palm Beach County and another Military Academy, West Point, N. Citizenship awards were presented :

June 4 ... 488-t, "',66 .21 church. plot of 95 acres for the- Town' of Y., her fiance, Martin William I by Principal' W. W. White toEloise I ;

June 5 "* 'l:'"t 92SJT '166'.. -.35. Pahokee.It Gary, Jr., being one,of the'gradu- Elliott, ,eighth grade; Gail ;
June 6 92*' *-67=: .18 Lonnie Phillips and Bill Gist, was pointed out by the State ates. She was accompanied to West Reeves seventh grade; Betty

June 7 9369'.00;' cadets Miami: Military Academyhave that a down payment of 25 percent Point by her fiance's parents, Mr.I Goodson sixth grade; Sandra !

Normal June' rainfall- 8.29. returned to their homes in would be ,necessary' with the remainder and Mrs. M. W. Gary,Sn,r of Mar-, Weeks, fifth grade; James Conley

f ,June 1960 rainfall to>dA eL68.. Pahokee for the 'Summer. in four y ars.i ianna, Fla. (continued on page 8)
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: Page Two ,_: '__ The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday June 10, 1960

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5,230 Folks Draw Shelley Talks To

ft.;; ...'. State 'Welfare Aid' Graduating: Class '


f Thomas E.'Peni k, Chairman of The constant need turning toGo

. District 10 'Welfare %oard'of the -If or inspiration aria guidance

State' Public,'Welfare during these of conflicting
Department of 1tt '.and Mrs. Denver Moore days

.' reported: that In Palm Beach (Clara Lee -Harden) of Canal ideologies and confused thinking,

, County 7,230,persons were assistedin Point announce the birth of a daughter was brought to the attention of

, the four categories of public as- Connie 'Lee, at the Ever- members of the Pahokee High
# of May. School Class of 1960 the Rev.
sistance for the month by
glades Memorial. Hospital, June 5.
t v p fi A total of 1,738 persons received Mr. 'and Mrs. Willard Garrett Robert A. Shelley, pastor of the

Old Age Assistance in the amountof (Doris S ng eta 'y) of 'Pahokee 'announce Canal, Point Methodist .Church, In

:1. $88,700.00. 86 persons received the birth of a daughter, his spiritual message to the grad-

Aid to the Blind, totaling $5,262.I| Kimberly Elizabeth, June 6. uates at the baccalaureate servicesin

The Rardin Braiding -In-Canal, Point, Florida 835 families, representing 2,517 Mr.. and\ Mrs. Herbert Lewell the Pahokee'First Baptist Chur-

-, ".... children_ ,received_ Aid ,to. Dependent (Frances Knapp of Pahokee announce ch Sunday evening.The '
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THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF of Rev. James E. ? Pa-
Children! in the amount the birth of a'daughter, Boyd o

:' $50,468.00.198; persons received Aidto :Margaret= Bernice, June 7.'MrVsfnd'Mrs.'Bflf'Keeves. hokee gave the invocation and the
:::f=; ._ JfE -E vE41aAHD1s NEWS the 'Disabled in ,theamount of '. of Pa Rev. ,Charles D. Stewart of Canal

,' \ $11,311.00. hbkee' "announce the "arrival of Point, the benediction.The .
'adaughter
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f ,.: 'Serving.the Lkk'e OkeJchobee Firmfng'Re'glonVlthout! In addition.508' children' received \ at'St. Mary's'' hospital on Pahokee High School ;Glee

Interruption Every.Week for More Than 30 Years service daring the month, 176 of Friday, June 3. The young lady has Club under the direction of Miss

Established March 11,1924 (Published'Every Prfday whom were"in foster homes. The been named Tamara Dawn. Ellen Morgan, sang "God of Our

total state and local coat,for these Fathers" and "May the Good Lord
Subscription Price '$2.00 Year In Advance Mr. and Mrs. Dale Norman of
child welfare services was $12- Belle Glade announce the arrival Bless and Keep You," with MissFann

1'he\EvergIades'News Is Entered at the Post Office 18295.. 'of 'a daughter on June 8th. The Plumer pianist, and Miss

In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter There were 9 adoption petitions young lady is the granddaughter of Kathleen Spencer organist, serving -
studied "for the Circuit Court. asac companists. Miss Plumer
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer (Babs) Upthe-
'Paul;tfardin; Owner, 'Editor,.'Publisher These are children placed in homes grove of Pahokee and has been played the processional and reces--

, Short Courses ,For joy| a week of instruction, entertainment independent of service through a named Gay Lyr\n. sonal. .... .A
recreation, and tours. licensed, .child placing agency, and .

4=HtCIub'Girls' Classes In music, health, nutrition the Welfare Board is responsibleaccording Jimmy Vann Is
to law to make these reports aFarmers:
; horticulture: art, newswriting Lions Speaker r
Twelve girls ""from Palm Beach fashion, money management, child to the court.

care, career exploration, safety, Palm Beach County is also, rep- Name President
County will.participate.In the 45th resented on the District 10 Wel- 'The activities of the Pahbkee

Annual Girls', '4-H5ciub: Short citizenship public speaking and fare Board 'by the Rev. Paul M. Housing Authority were explainedto
human relations will be conducted
Course at Florida State University Cassen, Mrs. Helen R. Tedder and Pahokee Lions by James VV.
Lee'
each morning.Daily Granims was elected new
'June 611. Mrs. Helen D. Woodward of West Vann,'PHA executive secretary, at
assembles will be devotedto president of the Pahokee Chapter.
Mrs. Elizabeth 'Pierce and Miss Palm Beach. the Tuesday luncheon meeting of
talks keyed to the Short Course Future Farmers of Amreica, at
\ Miriam LoPinto Assistant Home the club. PHA operates three farm
theme Learn, Live, Serve the final meeting of the school
Demonstration Atgents with the labor supply centers and two low-
Through 4-H Speakers will include j year held in PHS agricultural
Florida Extension rent housing settlements ''which
Agricultural Jaycees'Looking
Dr. M* O. Watkins Director of the, building Tuesday night, with John-
: Service, say "thatthe, 'delegation Florida Agricultural Extension For July 4 Beauties. ny Kautz, retiring president, pre- provide residential' facilities for
f will ,include Helen i'Zywicki, Bean. ; many of the laborers who migrateto
Service and Miss Emmie Nelson,I j siding. .
City; Ann 'Yuria'i-tH: len Hart, this area annually to assist with
of the National Boys' and Girls' The Pahoke Junior Chamber of Other officers elected were Don
rsOn the harvesting the vegetable
Mary Lou 'Raur ,' Belle Glade; Club Committee. Kelly, vice president; Jimmy Mc-
Janette Harrington, Canal 'Point; Commerce will sponsor. a beauty crops, he ;said. He was introducedby
Special events will include a tour I Elhenny, secretary; Calvin Watson -
contest to sel ct'aMiss Lake Okee-
Louise Ashton, Mel ie Lee Axtell, B. 'R. Mosley, the club's new
of 'Tallahassee's historic homes, a chobee as'part of:the annual Fourth treasurer; Bill Johnson, sentinel
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president.
Pat lBelariger, Donna 'Curry, Holly feshion show, a, talent program, a of July program being planned ; and James Veal, reporterN. -_- ..
Handler, -Joyce Veal, Doris Walls, fun R. Norman is advisor.
night, installation of officers, at Pah6kee Harbor. Unmarried chapter
and':Mrs..Martin :Ashton all fromthe itGdi rte 'To
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and Named attend
the to
1ri1lJeach'1Ii Ashton traditional 4-H candle- [young women from 16 to 28 ,years as delegates
P a.Mrs.: lighting the State FFA Convention at Daytona
. is "one of'the'4-If leaders. service. of age,who have been a resident of Work With Murphy
Campus housing will be Beach June 14-18 with Mr.
providedin
More 500' irlsfrom I either Clewiston, South Bay; Belle
than allover
student dormitories, ,and meals Glade Pahokee' Canal Point for Norman were James Veal, David '
Florida or Mr.: and Mrs. Itillard Lairsey 'of
are registered for the 'an -
will be served.in the : Fountain, Calvin Watson and
University at least will be eligible to
nual vent, Miss Anna Mae Sikes, Cafeteria. pne year Kautz. Canal Point were in Tallahassee
State1"Home''Demonstration enter the contest, according to Johnny Saturday to attend the'''graduation
Agent,
All ShortCourse : Plans discussed for work
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delegates must were '
Jimmy Usher, Jaycee president. tlfeir son Charles who
said. Miss Sikes states that the 'have achieved 'certain objectives assignments to individuals during of was

delegates to''Short Course 'will 'en- the local 4-H .. 8,_ the months this graduated from'Florida State. University
con
"\ .. iq clubs to qualify summer work I WIth a degree 'fn business

'c .Loi.si4, trip to Short'"Course. 'FloridaFAAre: .. 'c slating principally of. tending: Ojchapter's r: "a administration. Charles .and his
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Janette Harrington has herd of jregistered Hereford -
again !
With FolksTALLAHASSEE wife are with the Lairseys at their
received the District Short Course Popular cattle and taking care of the
I Canal Point home and will be fora
: Classified Ads Scholarship, in Poultry from the seven show calves which chapter few weeks. ''He will go into the
Commissioner of Agriculture. Her -A recent sur. members are grooming for cattle
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employ of G. Murphy Company -
A records were Judged 'best of .those vey ''by the Florida Development: shows next winter... '
West
Palm
HAD A VISITOR? Give '2661 a in Beach on June
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entered from 10 Southeast Florida Commission showed 24,000,000
ring 'and let us know about it 1& ,
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Counties., people, viewed Florida films last
and we will be happy to put the ... month through 1,320 organizations Citrus' Growers During the last semester young

item in our personal news column. and 62 television bookings.The Have Their ProblemsLAKE Lairsey kept'up his habit of acquiring
Forvard'Clinic
i r. Of course, there is NO CHARGE. ,a place on the dean's list. He
commission
F, Thanks.. The: ,Everglades News. For produces many has made an outstanding record at
Baptist Folks of the films and arranges for distribution PLACID-The state plant :
FSU and 'had several 'splendid-
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1'! of all of them throughout
IS YOUR CLUB'OR Church commissioner the
group says spreading fers for employment but chose the
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meeting this w ek? :We would be A "Forward Program Clinic" the country.The decline 'program is in "a state, of steadily growing National Murphy

glad to kn w" bbut'1t'andwill'use for'Baptist' Churches of the South commission also publishes- tilt chain 'for' ,his first venture. Their
it Florida, area was held at Pahokee several booklets ''designed to 'give
as a news item if you'll justgivejUs Dr. William G. 'C wperthwaitet Palm Beach county store is in the
a ring 2661. anjas. Friday: with the Pahokee 'First attraction operators a' hand in .
jat
, .... Palm Coast Shopping Center on
The making the tourists happy. Two ld a group of,citrus growers the, '
Church '
; Everglades News.'rhere is no Baptist the Rev. James E. South Dixie in West Palm n each.Attractions .
#: charge,. of,course. Boyd, pastor, acting as host. recent books, "Florida Boating"and burrowing nematode program iri wil .i l... .

J Speaker "were the,;Rev. :Robert "A Guide to Florida 'Vacations probably'unaergo some'changes,
IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION past&ue ; He was one of' the featured speak-
Lowe, pastor ;of:"the First BaptistChilrch'Dpbrfieldthe hate been popular.Letters' t ? 'If'ydfi'ie'rg3o1ig'ih( rAca- : : Rev..,,Calvin from ''many recipients of ers 'at the seventh ,annual Citrus Ii : :

tibnlet Whore\k chuck'before-ybugo. Booth, pastor, of .the 'NorthsideDaptlst the little books say they can do s Institute held by the"TIdrida Agricultural portaiitStateJACKSONVILLE \

JTBend\ lilOO: ''' d cw'e'll''*r&ieWybuTIpttp1er Church, '''Lake Worth; the better job making the tourist hap xfension 'Service.CowpertKwait'e ._- i t

for JolefirefgTidesrNeVrs. ; 1r. The Rev. Jctbn'shley, 'asoctate,:pastor) py because of Information the declared 'that !'f ,-Members of

-. ', bfihe1'totui ood'aptist'churcli. books suppliedto; visitors. nothing'bad been ,done about", .theburrowing the Florida Public Relations Assn.

Fla." ..._.'.,_ .0-., ,..". .w l.u_.,. :, Wtet PilmJtBeatlu; the Rev;John 41JunioIHiStU nematode 'some 25 000acres paid :homage recently to partners
Pelhamtor'of fife No.ith1iom Awbufd: 'how"beAfnfested.id .ttie Soho havetieen.fl.pton in'the attraction
FOB SALE:: 1'hW' "we4 n'ts "'
) : : ; i the'Vusb/and treat"' bu.snesa'lII Florida.W. .
pano Baptist Church; th'e 'R v. program
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in*,Belle.3ladeP 9 7''Oaa Howard t mt, {hJ field b seiretary,, Enjoy Big Party has: kept:the organism.from spreading .'-M. MShorty'lt.Davidson and '

a Fbri P l reet'and".Gua Johnson, 'di- faster than it could be coped W c. Ray, co-operators of Flor 1
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: cecEor{ f-r prozfiotton'tot"life FioricTa4 Members of'' the Patiokee Junior with." ida's'*S'lverSprings, 'were formally -

ItJmNGVoViieed biF" Ar.L' ni B ptlstt fentibn.pf High'Eighth1 Grkde'enjoyed an:end-- 1t Reporting on.the'""Mediterranean I i stalled'a9'embers of the I

-* "M I .4 [i&r.c, of-school party'at: the Community i fruit fly., he 'said there are cOntin-! FPRA Hall of FamerDurin ceremonies -

hVkda/fi "tem -1t l 4t Bidding In the Glades Park, with ti'al t r &ts'iioni'without'the state; 'at the Headquarters of the I

t bins) ;pr'sbt i ?e '1 ; THBcmcprr .:!toimT kW' n.BI" parents acting a r:hosts. Entertainment with '94 :fruit flies captured 'at Florida 'Stite'Chamber: "' of Commerce -

liiieldst\ step t. &tie- &nd''i,.ii -FLORmA.1N' Am ICIAL.'cacvrr FO&P.u.H BEACH OrTDt Included games,and .dancing, Florida ports of entry'in a year's pictures of the two men j jV

The Everglades 1New. at, 'cOUNTy. with Mrs. Ernest C. Johnson in time. \ re 1mVeD'ec1. I

Point&o: ;'' ,t'M,L 'h.r EVELYN'.CUANCSBY'JUANITA',NAHALKA.VOi'St ..11SA.: charge of the games. Mrs. L. B. The State Plant Board is experimenting Eater'that'day, reception'-and ,

.. PrbducingeGlades .1: PlIatlfr. .:: Wilson was general chairman 'in with a new chemical luncheon'was 'stkged'at'the Semi- I

M ou''pric esaare'f' "}i'ti'L..with ot4"of STEVE NAHALKA.y-: :: charge of arrangements and "Mrs. treatment* for the burrowing nematode noel Hotel attended: liy 'FPRA

town printers Who-r-, eam. to the Defendant : Lloyd Hundley, co-chairman.,Other that)nofds a great deal 'of Members as well 'as friends and

: -forgive pdi1Ui bulnesL' 1 featso TO: STEVE. 'yyoncR NAHALKA.OF"sun Address*. ,Unknown ;- adults attending were Mrs. Ernest promise; Cowperthwaite reported.The relatives of the two men.

'us a a11. !i bne 4. 661. : Maxwell, Mrs. E. F. Hollon, Mr. ;bush' and treat .program calls Davidson and Ray were selectedfor
it to. Juanita You are femby notified that Evelyn and Mrs. R. B. SimonSon/'AIr.and for the 'trees to be bulldozed and their outstanding contributionsto
Natiika
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p&tlfltlTTs
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.. ,? Attorney ThatM' Whidden., P., O. Box cl Ss. Young' Lairsey Is WF /"
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Florida on or ttefore 27th day of Mrs. 0. R. Bleech of Pahokee, received -1
t' .- ..Interest; on Second,:Mortgages June.;1960: If you'', fall so.to"do. Judg- TALLAHASSEE
MD from the -Degrees were
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New Houses? by default w41L.be taken against
on you for the relief demanded In the ,School of Medicine, 'University, of' awarded by Florida State University J +I-

CALL,'SV1 tFy'tPi, tWK t complaint.DATED.May_ 25th. I960. ,_ Miami, at commencement exercises Saturday to a graduating' class \

; J. ALEX'ARNE'rI'EClerk'of in the Dinner Key Auditorium which heard Sen. George A. 'Smath-
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C. A. BAILEY Circuit Court
Circuit Court Seal June 9, at 8 p." m.o ers as ,the commencement speaker.
REAL ESTATE Plant -- Included
-, Thaddle P. Graduates Charles L. i p

PHONE' WTlS e84"BELLE Thadd" WhIdden Deputy K Clerk Mr. and_ Mrs. T. L. Dean are Lairsey, BS, bus.' He is the son of o Quautu_ !
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Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Barfield last Mr. and Mrs. Norman Clay and I Mr. and Mrs. Steve Trumbull

weekend visited the Rev. and Mrs. daughter, Patricia, visited her i of Miami were guests over the

r I ( NEWS NOTES JI JIMr Roe Johnson, former Pahokee resi- mother, Mrs. Edith Sparkon, in! weekend of CoL and Mrs. W. S.

PERSONAL dents now living in Clewiston. The Okeechobee over the weekendMr. I Evans at Cypress Lodge Port

Rev. Johnson is former pastor of and Mrs. Don Beverly'are Mayaca.
the First Baptist Church in Canal spending a few days with his par- Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Chastain have I

and Mrs. Glenn Powell have Mr. and Mrs. Robert Apelgren Point.A. ents, Mr: and Mrs. A. D. Beverly, returned after :several days visit

t, as guests Mr. and Mrs. Charles spent several days in Lakeland this R. Chastain has returned to in Pahokee before returning to with Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Smithin

Pearson of Indianola, HL week. his hame in Canal Point after Gainesville' where he, a law student Tifton, Ga. Tljey were accom-

Pahokee High School alumni, Mrs. Dorsey Pugh has returned spending several days at Mount will attend summer school at panied home by Mrs. Major Gibsonof

Class of 1958, held a reunion in the from a two weeks' visit with her Sinai Hospital in Miami. the University of Florida. Tho asville, Ga., who is visiting

Woman's Club building Tuesday I brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs.. Earl Cooper will Mr and 'Mrs. Robert Nance and relatives for several days. I II
Mrs. Chester Mullis, Mrs. Mrs. Osborn Belyeu, and family, In have this weekend
night. i as guests their children are residing for a few Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fraser were
Billy Turbeville and Mrs. James I: Miami. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and weeks at Zellwood while he is 4 I weekend guests of Mr .and Mrs. f

Hall were on the committee in Mrs. Gracie Goree of Arcadia Mrs. Ray Blass and son, Chet, of j I working I for the B. A. Russell I I Bill Davenport and family in Tam- !

# charge of arrnagements. spent the weekend in Pahokee Key West. Cdmpany in the sweet corn deal in pa. They were l accompanied home !

Mrs. J. L. McCall will be hostess visiting her cousins, Mr. and Mrs Mr.: and Mrs. Jeff Gester of Fort I that area. His brother, McKinley+i by their granddaughters Debbie -I f
to members of the lone Patterson Joe Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Myers visited Mrs. Laurie Justice Ridenour I i
I ; is also working there and Cindy who will visit for several -
Circle, Canal Point Baptist WMS, Morris Baxter. t and her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. I through} the duration of tlie spring J JI I days. .
at the June meeting at her home Vernon R. Elarbee'and Lynne G. D. Rogers, in Pahokee Sunday. corn deal. I I'
Rev. Don Pinson and son Butch t
Monday at 3 p. m. The program Elarbee, both Tampa, spent Sat- Miss Ellen Morgan, music director -
I .Gene Parnell, Florida State College of.Ft. Lauderdale visited friendsin I
will be presented by Mrs. W. S. urday and Sunday inPahokee at Pahokee schools, plans to
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their mother Mrs. V. R.
Evans. visiting attend the Florida State "Univer
!days with his, parents Mr. and enrpute home after attending
and Mrs. W. are Elar and sister Mrs. Phara Music
Mr. p. Byrd iee, sity Workshop in Tallahassee -!
Mrs. E. S. Parnell, in Pahokee before -i Butch, graduation in Buie'sCreek
visiting her mother, Mrs. J. M. Morris. this summer.
leaving for Fort Lauderdale I N.'C. Mrs. Pinson is a patient -
f Harris, and other relatives in Mr. and Mr. Danny Mullis and Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Clanton have
where he will be employed through ,at Duke hospital at Durham,
Quincy and Tallahassee and their son are visiting her parents, Mr. returned to Live Oak after. visit I I'
the .summer vacation period. N. C.
son-in-law and daughter. State and Mrs. Roscoe Stokes, at Canal :herewith, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis i .
Sen. and Mrs. C. W. Mapoles, and Point and his parents, Mr and Chase. O. G. Ryals returned to Paho Mr. and Mrs. Charles Singletaryand I

I family at Milton. Mrs. L. M. Morgan, at Pahokee The Rev. and Mrs. James E. kee this week after completingtwo family of Jacksonville have I

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lowe are before returning to Gainesville Boyd had as guests Sunday Dr. years of study at Palm Beach returned to their, home after two ;,

r planning to spend the summer on where he will attend summer and Mrs. Emerson Wortham of Junior College. He plans to enroll weeks with his parents, Mr. and 'i
i the Hawaiian of Florida. in Southern College of Optometry, Mrs. Ray Singletary.
a vacaiton trip to school at the University Lake Worth. '
Memphis Tenn., in Septent et. Mr. and Mrs. Dannie Mullis and 1
and Phillipine Islands. David W. Ramey, who has been Mr. and Mrs Collie Holt and
Other PBJC students who have son of Gainesville, Florida are I
Mrs. Violet White, superintendent attending the University of Florida family plan to leave this weekendfor "
returned to their homes here for
visiting relatives in Canal Point
I of nurses at Everglades Memorial the past year, spent the week- Jesup. Ga., where he will be en-
include
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Pahokee.Mr.
summer Blakey,
Hospital, and her brother, end in Pahokee with his father, gaged in the sweet corn harvesting
I Sonny Folds, Jill Mcilwain and and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux visited !
Jack Jackson, are spending a va- Geo. B. Ramey. After two weeks business in that area.
Shirley Kincaid. relatives in Miami Sunday. j
cation in Fort Lauderdale and New
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The Rev. James E. Boyd traveledto Mrs. Clyde Griffies, and soi\Marc I

York Fire City.Chief and Mrs. Marvin Lev I Jacksonville, he will be employed Jacksonville by plane Friday to of Tampa, were weekend guests of BRIDES SHOWER *
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attend a call meeting of the Flor-
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Chastain in Pa-
ins attended graduation exercisesat
summer. ida State Board of Baptist Mis-
hokee. The home of Mr. and Mrs. JuliusT.
Palm Beach Junior
i College Mr. and Mrs.'- S. Douthib haveas sions, of which he is a member.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Campbelland Moon was the scene of a party
Tuesday nigh, their son, Harry
guests this week her brother- Laurie Justice attended family moved from' Pahokeeto and bride's shower in compliment
: Levins, being one of the gradu-
f ates. in-law and 'sister, Mr. and Mrs. O. commencement exercises at Mc- Daytona Beach last weekend. to.Miss Corinne Collins, bride-elect

i f' Mr., and Mrs. W. L. Anderson L. Coulter of Orlando.A. Carty High School, Fort Pierce, They were accompanied by Mr. and of Cadet William Carye Jr. Hostesses -

B. Collins has gone to Haw- last week, her cousin, Miss Bev- Mrs. Walter Lowe, Joshua Seaver with Mrs. Moon were Mrs. '
this month
V.. are leaving for, a vacation -
visit with their son-in-law and thorne where he is employed in the erly Rogers. being one of the grad- and Robert Huffman, who were Nola Dragon and Mrs. Mildred .1!

t daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Big- vegetable produce deal. uates. their guests over the weekend.. Schoeppel. !

l ford. at Wazoo.. Miss. Thev will .

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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, IN With wagons like this one In the lineup it's no wonder Chevrolet Is the most popular car in the whole U. S.All five Chevy wagons, ; "

AND FOB PALM BEACH COUNTY, 6- and 9-passenger models, are widest where wagons should be wide-with comfortable seating space that becomes up to 92- 't.
FLORIDA -
NO. 14S2S :, cu. ft. of cargo area by a simple adjustment.All five feature all the things that are,making Chevrolet first choice, too: FULL COIL ::

... IN ISAAC RE:PORTER THE! ESTATE ROBERTS OP :I SUSPENSION cushioning all four wheels...an ECONOMY TURBO-FIRE v$that gets up to 10%more miles to the gallon on regular gas tt+ '

4 DECEASED PETITION t or that well-known saver, the HI-Tlllnn e...the shift-free smoothness of TUWBOCUDE* .wider front seat and more entrance
NOTICE OP FILING FOR
'. FINAL DISCHARGE EXECUTRIC height in Chevy's ROOMIER BODY BY FISHER than you'll find in any other car of the leading low-priced 3. NoWs the best time to stop

r tiled Notice my final is hereby returns given as Executrix that I have of by and let your dealer list all the reasons why YOU CAN'T BUY ANY CAR FOR LESS UNLESS irs A LOT LESS CARl *optfc>nai at extra oust

the estate of Isaac Porter Roberts deceased -
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for final discharge: and that on the 5th ,
day of July. 1960. I will apply to the '
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j Judge of palm Beach County Florida,
for abproval of said ,final returns and ,
for an order for final discharge as Executrix 'I
of the. estate of Isaac Porter

,Roberts.This 2S day of May I960.

s MADELINE hecu trl1t. C. ROBERTS i: Stanley Chevrolet, Inc !

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PHS: Awards For I Board Of Review ,

r.:-', For Boy Scouts .

."r'.>,\. Hi School Seniors *"*-- -
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(; A Board of Reyiew;: was held on
ti- I, Tuesday night and another will be
J The annual Pahokee High School' held this Tuesday night June 7th.

,;;\' awards to outstanding members of It was most gratifying to see so
if the Senior Class were presented by many. boys,out that a second Boardof
" Principal Brooks Henderson dur- Review had to be held. The question -
ing' the Class Night: program held tho' is where were all the boys
f' in the school auditorium.Two .. who have come up from Cub
awards each were receivedby Scouts? We want to see them out
! The Pahokee Church The Methodist Church'|Canal Point First I Ann Jackson commerce and to get their Tenderfoot and Second

The Nazarene history;' Karen Adams, sciences Class ranks so they can begin on
Of, Canal Point Florida I Baptist Church
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: and citizenship; Joey Alderman their merit badges and be'on their

.r' 71 Bacom Point Road Robert A.-,Shelley,Pastor Elder R.E.Barfield best all-round Senior boy and best way toward the Eagle goal.
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;> <.j.Charlea F. Crauswell, Pastor SUNDAY: SUNDAY: in activities boy; Suzanne Morgan The Troop Librarian has the
r.Phone 1628 Box 882 best allround.Senior girl and best library on Board of Review
.r P. O. 10:00 a. m.-Church School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School open
f ; SUNDAY SERVICES:' \ 1100; a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship I in activities, girl. Miss Jackson also nights from 6:30 p. m. to 7:00 p. m.
.:.-<: '9:45 a. m.-Sunday School.\: 61:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship 7:00 p. .-B. T. C. received the valedictorian medal You can get your merit badge ap-
", 11:00 a. m.-;-.Sunday Worship.; 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship and Miss Morgan 'the salutatorian plications as well as scoreboardsfor
630; p. m.-Juniors. MONDAY: WEDNDESDAY: medal, at the commencement exer- advancement in rank from him

:11L. 7:00 p. m.-Sunoay Evening: 315p. m.-Youth'Choir practice 7:30 p. m.-:Midweek Prayer cises. at that time. A large percentage of
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'.', :. Evangelistic Servtefc* TUESDAY: Service Rebecca Barwick received the Scouts reach First Class or even
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:K/ WEDNESDAY; 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society1st 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: award to the best Senior in art Star and after that just drag along
L' 7:30 p. m.Midweek Emytcf Tuesday 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary studies; Shirley Culberson home for months or even drop out of

meeting.. 2nd :MONDAY: Meeting. economics; Malcolm Crews, math- scouting all together: Let's not let
"Where you are a stranger batonce" 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting .. ematics; Henry Holt, athletics, this be said of our boys or our

$., ..' WEDNESDAY: Canal Pt. Missionary boy; Patsy Mims, athletic, girl; troop. Let's make our troop bigger
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting David Watkins, citizenship, boy. and better through advancement.The .
7 i First Methodist \ Baptist ChurchRev. I Seniors who are members of the regular scout meeting. is
PHS Band receiving medals from held each Friday night at 7:00 p.
v, Church, Pahokee ,,_, TheChurch: Of God Charles D. Stewart Pastor the band included Karen Adams, m. Visitors are always welcome.

'" Of Pahokee SUNDAY: Rebecca; Barwick, Brenda Carter, ""':Reported by Wayne LudlamBroward
.. Rev. Clare S, HaD Prophecy, I 9:45 a. m.. -Sunday School Shirley Culberson, Dorothy Hat- .
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SUNDAY 11:00 -4a
: a./m.-Morning Worship
Edwina
ton, .Humphrey, Myra
9:45 a. m.-church: School Canal Point Road 6:30 Union.
p. m.-Training
Jones Sylvia Parrish, Jane Ryals
,11:00 a. m.-Morning .Worship John H. Kinard.pastor 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship and Penny Sasser. Shirley Levins County Is\
":'. 6:45, p.,:TO.-MYF' 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School WEDNESDAY:

t- 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship," 11O a. m.-Preaching Service 7:30 p. m. .Prayer. Meeting. and Rebecca with medals Barwick from were the Glee presented First In Increase
TUESDAY: '" 7:45 p. m.-EvangelIstic: Service: -
; 7:00 p. m. Vesper Choir prac- '8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. I Church Of God Club. -
The class gave special recognition
fi ... ticeWEDNESDAY- 8:00 p.m. Thursday W. M. B. Final preliminary population
to members voted to possess
ml -: .Everyone welcome. Special music Barfield Highway. superlative traits of character: figures for all counties of the Sixth
7:45 p. :,Mid-week devotions and
singing.
8:30 p. m"-Senior Choir prac- 1 "9:45 A. M.-Sunday School \ Brenda Carter and :Mac Crews,I Congressional District are printed
"'...... ticiT'" i 11:00 A. M.-Morning Worship best personality; Suzanne Morganand below. '
\ ;>1 Christian Science 7:00 P. M.-L. W. W. B. (Par Johnny Smith, best all-round; I These figures are believed to be

'., :" :''St. Mary's Catholic sonage) Leah Butler and Joey Alderman, I substantially correct but are subject -
Group Of Canal PointThe 7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship best service to ,the school;, Sylvia to revision after the returns for .
'," z Church 7:30 P. M.Tuesday-Prayer Meet- Parrish and Kyle Scott, Jr., friend- non-residents are credited to their
f' ___ life-preserving power of ing liest; Patsy Mims and Gerald proper locality and other routine
i i: I Father David Cronin spiritual understanding will be set 7:30 P. M. Friday-Children's Hayes, most athletic; Brenda checks hake been mad?. Althougha
SUNDAY :MASSES forth at Christian Science services Church Carter, and Johnny Smith, best significant{ revision is unlikely
First, two 'masses, of the month. Sunday in the LessonSermon"God '.:3O P. M. Friday-Y... P. E. :looking; Suzanne Morgan and minor .revision may possibly occur
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! 11:00. the preserver of Man "- Blanchard Branch, best dressed; after a careful examination of- the
Other Sundays at 7:30. of Abra- Leah Butler and David Watkins.
Inspiring experience Mrs. Maxwell Heads, returns. The official announcementof
ham, Joseph, Moses, and Christ ',most dignified; Dorothy Hatton population will be made at a
i'i St. Peter's Lutheran Jesus will 'be related in the Scrip- WSCS In PahokeeMrs. and Mac Crews, most likely to'succeed -' later ,date by the Director of the

) Church Belle Glade tural readings. ; Rebecca Barwick and Horace Bureau of the Census.
Speaking of Abraham, a citationto Ernest Maxwell was installed Scruggs, most talent; Kay Hughes County 1960 1940 1950-60

,' : Erwin J. Baumgartner, ,Pastort be read from "Science,and Heal- new president of the Pahokee I and Roger Watson wittiest; Karen Increase...
t 601 W. Lake Rd.. Belle Glade th'With Key to the Scriptures" by Methodist Woman's Society of -Adams and David :Watkins, most Bfdward; ..! '32943; 39794"' ; 292.5
I SUNDAY Mary Baker Eddy states (579: Christian Service at the annual installation studious; Myra Jones and Frankie' Charlotte 12.485 3.663 1913Collier

f Divme Services 11 A. M. 12): "This patriarch illustrated the of officers held 'during Crider, best dancers; Carley Brace- _. 15,475 5,102 138.5
I School 9:45 A. M. purpose of Love to create trustin the June Meeting at the church, well and Joey Alderman, cutest; Glades 2,940 2,145 33.1
: good and showed the life-pre- with Mrs. Frank,Friend serving as Samilee Lanham and Charles I Hendry 8,049 5,237 33.0
r under- installing officer in an impressive Goodson flirtiest Ann .Jackson
serving power of spiritual ; ,s I Indian River 24,913 8,951 109.8
Holy Nativity standing.? flower ceremony. and Jerry Spires, class pet and Lee.___._.. 5381, 11,488 129.8
{ Episcopal Churchr The Golden Text is from Epbes- Other officers inducted" were pest.The Martin 16,554 6,295 112.0
... PahokeeM. ians (2:8): 'By grace are ye saved Mrs. Ralph O. Johnson, vice presi-I Class used "Hawaii" as the Okeechobee 6,392 3,000 85.1
'. through faith; and that ,not :jrf ilent-and program:chairman':. Mrs I theme 'for its'''program of enter- Palm Beach,224,537 19.989 95.8 1
:M. Wendell Hainlln,'Vicar yourselves: it is the gift of God." D. W. Cunningham, general secre- tainment'with the stage decorated at. Lucie 38,988 11,871 93.2
tary; Mrs. O. D. Carpenter, treas- i with tropical scenery and members
SUNDAY: ... Total 733,545 184,141 158.0Mrs.
School I urer; and department secretaries: dressed in native Hawaiian cos-
10 a. m,-Sunday
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11 a. m.Worship Service v ATTEND COMMENCEMENTMr. Mrs. R. F. Hurt, promotions; Mrs. II tumes. Suzanne Morgan, as master
.- Arch Blakey, spiritual life; :Mrs.C. !of ceremonies, introduced Brenda Mosley Heads
Mrs. L. D. Echols and .
and, S. Hall education
missionary ; :Carter who gave the class history;
First Baptist sons- left last weekend for Macon, Mrs. Lloyd Hundley Christian so. Ann Jackson, class will, and Roger The Woman's ClubMrs.
j, Church Pahokee'Rev. Ga., to attend commencement exercises cial relations; Mrs. J. D. Rogers I Watson class prophecy. There
at Mercer College, their ministry to bereaved; Mrs. Leon were songs by a vocal trio composed B. R. :Mosley was installednew
James-'EL Boyd, pastor daughter Mist Betty Echols, beingone Spooner sunshine; Mrs. R. B. Simonson -I of Rebecca Barwick, Shirley president of the Pahokee
SUNDAY SERVICES: of the graduates to receive a publications and literature; Levins nad Dorothy Hatton, ac- Woman's Club at the annual installation -
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School bachelor's: degree in education Mrs. J. Higgins, children's. work companied' the Hawaiian guitarby luncheon held in the
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship from, Mercer. Before, returning to Mrs. Glenn Brower: ,' youth work; Roger Wdtsorl.I clubhouse with Mrs. Frank Friend
6:45 p. m. Training Union their home at Palican Lake the Mrs.. A. J. Spencer student work; I retiring president, acting as in-,
8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship Echols family will spend three :Mrs. J. W. Vann,, status of women Youth Work Is I stalhng officer. ,
... WEDNESDAY: weeks with relatives at Roanoke ; Mrs. .James Moore. supplies; Other .officers ductyere
8:00 p. m-Prayer'Mee&,_ Ala. Mrs. Ellis Murphy; ;commission en Recognized By MYF Mrs. M. P. Stanley, first vice president

education representative; Mrs. R. \ Mrs. Lewis Friend, second
D. Apelgren, local church activities Three members of the Pahokee vice president; Mrs. Wiley TUlis,.
; Mrs. R C. Hatton, member- Methodist Youth Fellowship, selected recording secretary; Mrs. Avis
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ship; Mrs. Milton Salvatore, publicity for their outstanding achievements Fisher, corresponing secretary; :

; Mrs. Jfc L. Reeves, flowers; in.MYF work during the Mrs. Leon 'Spooner* treasurer;
\ f I $frs.F.S. Parrish, card sales fund- past year were 'honored with the Mrs.tR.1: ..Schroder, parliamentarian } ,

.-, raising project; Mrs. Dorothy presentation of WSCS life mem: ; Mrs. M. I. Keen, auditor.
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Stanley, chairman of Margery Lair bership by the Woman's Society of Mrs. Friend presented Mrs. Mos-
K J Il1ll'' ILL} rEllriflED Circle; Mrs. H. J. Anderson, chair- Christian Service. The honoreesare ley with a president's pin and received -
man of Miriam Circle; Mrs. R. B: 'Miss Kathlene Spencer daughter ,a past president's pin from
Simonson, chairman of Mary Mar- of Mr.And Mrs. A. J. Spnecer; Mrs. Keen. She was also presented -
\ 4t tha Circle; Mrs. Frances Dunson, Miss Cathy Wilson daughter' of wth a gift of appreciation from
',. .1 chairman of Gertrude Shirley Cir- Mr. and Mrs. James H. Wilson; the club, Mr Mosley making the
OWNED AND OPERATED BY MORE THAN '
and David Watkins, son of :Mr. presentation.Mrs. ..
120 FLORIDA CATTLEMEN (j I cle.Mrs.. Ralph O. Johnson was in and Jklrs. D. B. Watkins. The presentations Mosley named as chairman
charge of the society's annual made Mrs. Arch of standing committees Mrs.
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WE WORK FOR THE.BEST.,MARKET INTERESTS OF
I pledge service following the instal- Blakey, chairman of the Mabel Frank Friend, membership; Mrs.
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lation. She was assisted by Mrs. C. Simonson Circle; Mrs.. H. J. Anderson Glenn Powell hospitality and social -
WE ADVERTISE ;FOR COMPETITIVE BUYER PARTICIFATION S. Hall. Mrs. J. R. York, Mrs. R. chairman of the Margery ; Mrs. Lewis Friend, finance
I AND MAINTAIN OPEN COMPETITIVE C. Hatton and Mrs. Georgia Frick. Lair Circle, and Mrs. ,Ernest Max- and scholarship; Mrs. C. C. Lem-
MARKET WHERE ALL BUYERS BUY WITH At a brief business session, with well, chairman of the :Miriam Cir- onds clubhouse grounds; Mrs.
CONFIDENCE the new president, Mrs Maxwell, cle. The WSCS also presented baby McKinstry resolutions; Mrs. Sadie
i presiding, it was voted to suspend memberships to Jay Hull Nason Barwick. American War Veterans;
iE regular WSCS meetings throughthe John Crippen Hatton ,and Bruce and Mrs. Leland Keen youth center -
Glades Livestock Market Ass'nON summer. ,Nicely. representative. She called for a
I -- meeting of the executive board to

PAHOKEE-BELLEGLADE ROAD, 3> Vernon Finke of Pahokee, Harold Attending the annual Florida be held at her home 3 p. m.. June
PHONE: WY 6-5028 ,GEORGE.YOUNG MANAGER Yoemans. and Leroy Anderson, Conference of Methodist Churchesin 10, when tentative plans will be !
both of Canal Point, are spending Lakeland this week are the Rev. made. for the coming year. r
., SALES EVERY MONDAY AT two weeks at theNational Guard's "dare S. Hall, pastor .and O. B.McClure The program featured the_showIng '

c E Ip.m.'J summer training camp,' Fort Lee, lay delegate, of the Pa- of a motion picture,,.;;'Florida. #I'
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c? llll I11I .H'i'H'ii' t I H Ht II 11111111111 I1I111111 tit I AT THE HOSPITAL Annette McIntosh
r --," .' '. + Flag Day ProgramSet Patients remaining at the Ever-
Memorial Wednes- Is FSU GraduateMr.
glades Hospital
; < SENIOR CLASS OF 1960 iIi By Elks June 12 day included Richard Sappington,

...... Oscar Shearer, Leo Maxwell, :Mrs. and Mrs. H. M. McIntosh

." .... Inez Davis, Roscoe Stokes, Mrs. and her sister, .Miss Julia Mathis,
Dr. Harold Manor, president of Sarah Thomas. Mrs. Louise De-
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Lanham
Marvel Karen Adams Samilee have returned from Tallahassee
r.' the Palm Beach Junior College, Vane, Kay Barfield, Raymond Har-
f Joseph M. Alderman, Jr. Shirley Ann Levins where they attended commence-
will be guest speaker at the annual reld, ,James Hagen, Mrs. Delia
.- ..': Sona Sherell Alldredge Larry Marvin Livingston public observance of Flag Winters, Mrs. Doris. Garrett and ment exercises at Florida State

: ": X Rebecca Ann Barwick Peggy Anne.McElhenny Day to be held,at the Elks Hall in Mrs.. Frances Newell. University in which their daughter -

t r .J;:, | Henry Benjamin Grater, Jr. William Maurice Mackey Pahokee Thursday, June 16, at .. Miss Annette McIntosh, was

'; I Carley Jean Bracewell Leo Jimmy Maxwell 8:30: p. m. underthe, joint sponsor- NEW HOME FOR NAILS awarded a BS degree in Home Ec-
: ship of the Pahokee, Belle Glade 1
Blanchard Neil Branch Patricia Louise Mima ,onomics. Mr. McIntosh's mother
.l\ and Clewiston Elks Lodge, according -
; ; Leah Annette Butler Wallace Graham Mole, Jr. to William E. Erickson, exalted Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Nall are soon Mrs. K. McIntosh of Enterprise,
to have a new home in Canal Pointat
Brenda Janea Carter ',Suzanne :Morgan ruler of the Pahokee Lodge. Ala., and his sister, Mrs. Cecil
the corner of Second Street and I
3, "".; Mary Suzanne Chastaln Barbara Ann Morries James W. Vann, district deputy 1 Everglades Avenue on the Town- I Mount of Andulusia, Ala., also at-

" Betty Jean Clark Sylvia Anita Parrish grand exalted ruler, will act as site. It is being built( by Blanton tended the exercises. The Mcln-
master of Frank Dool-
$ William :Malcolm Crews, Jr. Jane Leonia Ryals ceremones. and Unwin, Pahokee. contractorsand toshes were accompanied home by
, of Belle Glade will the
ey give contains two bedrooms and Annette and their Kenneth
son
Salvatore m
Carmen ,
William F. Crider, Jr. "Tribute to the Flag" and Pahokee
also FSU.
two baths. a student at
. .... Shirley Alyne CulbersonPenelope Sasser Boy Scout Troop 628 will be in

X Glover Riley Deas Kyle Pershing Scott Jr. charge of the flag presentation -

{ | .'Walter Ray Fountain Horace Simon Scruggs ceremony. I .HI I I I I I I t, I I Hit MifrH"l"H"H"H"H M M I 1 1 II I II II ..
Robert O. Lampi'of Pahokee is
.' X Charles Leon Goodson Robert David Simonson
chairman of the arrangements
Willie Ellis Hall, John Walter Smith committee for the Flag Day ob THEATRESPRINCE

.. Dorothy Theresa' ttonKathleen Spencer servance. He is being assisted by '
j Bobby Jerell Hayes Jerry Milton Spires W. S. Plumer and J. W. Vann of LAKE DRIVE-IN

? Patricia Ann Hitchcock '!David B. Watkins, Jr. the PahokeeLodge, Emmett Rob- I
,1 erts and Freo Simmons of the Belle Pahokee Pahokee-Belie Glade Road
Lindon Holt Donald Wayne 'Wagnon :
Henry ) I
Glade Lodge and Bob Berner of the
i."'-+' 4. Hilda Katherine/Hughes Roger Wayne Watson Clewiston Lodge -2 DIG FEATURES!

:, Edwina Louise Humphrey Betty.,Williams / .. I v SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDA\ I

": Rebecca Ann Jackson Bobby Williams SPECIAL DAY SET I SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY: JUNE 12-13-14

James Ronald Jones Kathleen Wilson Fathers Day, June 19, has also JUNE 12-13-14
'been designated "Complete the "THIS EARTH jg
Myra Louise Jones Remer Edgar Young ;
Ruth May Kahle Honor Sutdents I Balcony Sunday" at the Pahokee "HOME FROM MINE!" I
First Baptist Church. All offer-
s I lings above $500 received on this THE HELLS"ROBERT ROCK HUDSON AND

.lllllII111111111111.1)> -' _I_ i'Mii_' _''I_''HI-1_ _''MH"_ __.H..M-I-H-H--. :._.. __ __!-I day will be used to complete the HUDSON, ELEANOR JEAN SIMMONS
balcony in the sanctuary.
AISO ,
PARKER AND GEORGE
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County Gets- PahokeeAnn-nails- CLASSIFIED ADS PEPPARD Showdown at Abilene

(continued from page 1) PAY BIG DIVIDENDS .% I J I t I r I I I I I I J J I : : 1 1 I : J I .1 I : : I J I I I I J : : t : : I I I : : J : I t tT
land," said County Commission In DistributionThe
Chairman Paul Rardin.
"That's great Just perfect!" !i' ," W "" "'O I lmwll"" .()W"r ,''r'" ,
,
1960 issue of "Devil's Trail", \
Commissioner Kenneth Foster
Pahoke High School year book, is

. said.Rardin said commissioners ,did off the press and being distributedto '
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not be. started know yet on\which the, newlyacquiredland projects would dedicated subscribers.to Mr.'This and year's Mrs. Robert annualis [ BUILD; YOUR NEW j

: O. Lampi for "their devotion to .
interest
I but said he hopes to
Pahokee High School, their' insist- I :,
and
vegetable packing freezing
ence in'only the best, and their unselfish -I
companies in building plants at
the airport land. interest in every student." HOME NOW
Bandmaster Lampl is director of
The State Board also gave Pa-
the Pahokee High School Band and
hokee 55 acres and promised to
Mrs. Lamp is school secretary.One .
withhold sale on 40 more acres tot i
be'used as a garbage dump, a page is devoted to special "

source of rock for road bed work recognition of Mrs. Loula York, We Are Representatives For
who recently retired after teach- ,
and as an eventual site for a sewage i
disposal plant. ,ing in Pahokee Schools since the I II I

pioneer days.
The annual's staff of Seniors in I

.Street' Lights In I cluded Joey Alderman, editor-in- I

chief;; David Watkins, assistant ed- Kendall Construction Co.

; Need Of Some Cash itor sy ,;Mims Jane, Ryals activities, class editor,editor; ;Leah Pat- .

I Butler superiaitves editor;. 'Mac '

, Canal Point Lions at their weekly -' Crews, sports 'editor; Becky Bar- \ :
dinner meeting voted to makea wick, art editor; Penny Sasser. ;. : of West Palm Beach :. I
snapshots editor; Ann Jackson, & >
house-to-house canvass' of the
class will; Roger Watson, class I : .
community this week in a: concen- .
prophecy;.Brenda Carter, class history -I I
trated 'effort to raise sufficient
; Kathy Wilson, Henry Holt I
funds to cover the cost of street I
and Patsy Mims, business managers -I
lights in the community for the
f coming year. It was reported that' ing manager.; Dorothy Mrs.Ijtatton Myrtle, advertis-S. Mc-; Who;Have Built Over 2000 Houses

only $200 of the $700 needed for
Cormick faculty .
was
the, lights has been raised to date sponsor.Annual
and the balance must be obtainedby w --- : > '

.Jouly 1. The club acts as agent I: Awards To- .. :In Palm. Beach County .

for the community in the annual f : ,. .
1.
signing of a contract with the (continued from page 1) > ,<: J. _:, ; ; ,:' .
Florida Power and Light Company and Sandra Jackson, fourth grade; ,' ,
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to furnish the lights. I Allen Webb and Sylvia Goodson; j A." f; : I : :, J J J i : J I J : : : ; J : J : : : 'J Ii : "L'.' :: ; .: _

D.. B. Mathis, newly designated third grade; Sibyl Hayes and Bonny .
Pahokee, "Lion of the Year," attended Terry, second grade; Ricky ->
Barfield and Cathy Maxson, first
at the meeting and presented -
the club with a ,50-star flag grade. WE WILL BUILD HOUSES COSTING FROM .. .. ,
He distributed'booklets,on the his- Awards for' perfect attendance '. : '
tory of the flag and how and whento through the school year were also :
display it.Glades I presented by Principal White to $:7,500 to $5OOOO
"i David Kautz. Walter Walker and ,
Carolyn Maxson eighth grade; s
Girls At Faye Elliott, Sharon Johnson and

4-H Short Course Fred McKee seventh grade; Bet- YOUR LOT FREE AND CLEAR IN
ty Goodson, Shirley Trett and IF YOU OWN ACCEP'rABLE -
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Miss Janette, Harrington, daughter Nancy Harrington, sixth grade;
of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Harrington Glora Hall, Susan Hitchcock Maxine LOCATION, OR .HAVE $10 0 TO $1500 CASH, WE

of Canal Point is among the Trett and Skippy Lanham, fifth
girls from Palm Beach County at- grade; Wayne Stacy, fourth grade; FURNISH PLANS AND LOOK AFTER DETAILS. -

.. tending the 45th annual Girls' 4-H Louis Conley. Sylvia Goodson. Ross
Club Short Course a*. Florida State Harrington and Glen Trett. third J I
University 'this wee*,.' Janette, grade; and Leonard Lamb, second

president of,the.County Council of grade. ....
4-H: Clubs was awarded for the .

second consecutive year the District TO VISIT KENTUCKY
Short Course Scholarship in Principal and Mrs. W. W.!White IBAILEY
Poultry from the Commissioner of plan to leave Thursday to spend :

Agriculture. her poultry project-I the summer in Kentucky with her
judged best of those entered from mother, :Mrs. Ellie Paris; at Mar- WBV .
10 southeastern Florida counties. ion and other relatives at Hender- |
Other 4-H girls Trom the Glades son, Mayfield and,Liberty
area who are attending the short 11 PHONE WY 6-3084 BELLE GLADE -

course are Helen Zwicki of Bean Mrs. S. W. Roberts' is visiting .

City, Ann Murray, Helen Hart and .her mother Mrs. Mary' McArthur.who I
Mary Lou 'nau erSoD, all of Belle is ill, 'and other relatives at i

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