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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 17, 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
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oclc - 32615395
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System ID: UF00079910:00025
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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June 17, 1960 p HE 'EKLY /CANAL, POINT BY PAUL RAROINCIRCULATING '


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; :Summer Program Engineers Flag Is Mrs."Florence Keen i New Subdivision Will Garbage Disposal

Atop City Hall Be Started in PahokeeSeveral .

; Made Available Speaks At Banquet Cost Up Pahokee
The flag of the U. S. Army Corpsof new homes in a subdivision -
r Engineers is flying with the na- just off Green Star Avenue in
r School children of the Pahokee- tion's flag atop the flagpole of the Last Tuesday 'night the Palm Vetville in Pahokee will get underway Garbage collection taxes were increased -
Canal Point area are being offered Pahokee City Hall this week in ob. Beach County. Democratic: Wom- I within hte next 15 to 20 days, by the Pahokee City Council -
I. a wide variety of activities in the servance of the 185th anniversaryof en's Club gave a banquet at the according to Keen Real Estate cf- in regular session Monday night
six-weeks' recreation and enrich- the establishment of the USAGE. George Washington hotel in West fice in Canal Point. Financial ar- il.13 a month for commercial
ment programs being sponsored by The Army Engineers, are being Palm Beach for all Democratic rangements have been made and a establishments and 25 cents a
the County Board of Public In- honored in this manner as an expression candidates. Mrs. Florence Keen ofMRS. contractor chosen who will start month for residence. It is estimated
struction, June 17-July 29, with of appreciation by the work in the aforementioned time. these increases will enable the sani-
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t registration scheduled' for Friday community for the important part :"_"'- ,.<<<: "' ,-.ct -- t It is planned to build as many as tation department to operate without -
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t morning, June 17. they have played in the develop- ;\ } :' ':,r"7' .;'; : 60 new homes on the 16 acre tractif a deficit, last year's deficit being -
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I The Band Instruction Program, ment of the Lake Okeechobee area, ', :t that many can ,be sold.; $2,900, and collection chargesare
i designed particularly the study according to City Clerk Patricia_ }. ; .. .'\ .. still in line with those of other
f. and practise of band instruments\ Batchelor. A f'" \ ,, J municipalities. It was also voted
;; by beginners will be held in the ,,' -i"- Rev.[ Osteen Is New that the person making the depositon
band building; with Bandmaster a: water meter will be responsible -
'Robert O. Lampi to serve as instructor Richlands Will Be Pahokee Pastor for the payment of garbage
and director. Beginner collection taxes on all commercial ':
classes will be held :Mondays, Wednesdays Sold In Small Lots or residential units served by the
I and Fridays, from 10 a. n. The' Rev. and Mrs. Clare S. Hall meter. I
to 12 noon; advanced student and 'children, Susan, Kenneth and The Junior Chamber of Com I
t classes, Tuesdays and Thursdays, Walter Kautz president: of the Steve, moved this week from Pa- merce in a letter to the Council I
i from 10 a. m. to 12 ,noon; Individual Farm said I hokee to where lie the .
Everglades Bureau, Largo, was as- went on record as favoring proposal -
and small group instruction, yesterday that-he was assured by signed at the recent Florida Meth- that the city work with the #I
:Mondays through Fridays from 8 the cabinet Tallahassee on Tues- sFj odist Conference pastor of the County Board of Public .Instruction i
I to 10 a.-m.and 1 to 5 p.m. Students day of this week that Richlands, Largo Methodist Church, after ,in the developing of the plot ;i
returning from vacations may en- Inc., will be offered in 40 and 80 serving as pastor of the Pahokee of land west of the football field !
roll any time 'while the program acre tracts at public auction in I First Methodist Church for the for use as a baseball diamond, and
f I is in progress and a few school- July. Mr. Kautz said he was assur- + past two years.. keep the softball diamond VliS'\ i
owned instruments are still avail- ed also that the small plot idea The Rev. T. C. Osteen of Sanford present location In the City ark.
I able, according to Mr. Lampi. would replace the idea of sellingthe was named at the conference as Councilman Joe E. pson s i.
}' Those enrolling in swimming acreage as a whole. new: pastor of the Pahokee Church.He was appointed to negotiate with \ .'
" .' classes will register at the pool .n SittingAS, trustees:of the,Internal FLORENCE KEEN and his wife are moving intd the Cleary Bros. Constructionwhich.at i '

the City_Park where. Coach W. D.jcontinuedvon ., Improvement ;Fund, the;Cabinet ,mot N Pahokee th.Pdist.pal1Wn thin.. _the.present tinfe. .. !S 21.. l... v
:.. pago.8) .." decided to see what kind ofoffers' Pahokee ancf t ;:p p ni 16e week. t launching:'ramps at the waterfront ,1 -'.:
small farmers could make.It p resident'of the club,,gave the'welcome Prior to their departure, the Rev. continued on page 8) .
I.I Girl Scout Camps their bids amount to an unsatisfactory ,:which was broadcast on radio and :Mrs. Hall were honored at fa .I
deal for the state, the and, TV.Mrs. reception at the church, with Mrs.
Scheduled Glades Cabinet said they would be rejected Keen's welcome met with Apelgren, WSCS chairman of 'local Budget, Requests :
and bids, would be taken on ,church activities, in charge of
I hearty applause from those in at. '
the entire track arrangements. :Mrs. L. L. Shirleyand Will id The Axe '
The big problem is drainage. tendance. It was as follows: Mrs. J. L. Tyson.served at the : 1
Girl Scout Day Camps for troopsof
"On behalf of the Democratic """ "
Bidders apparently will have to refreshments table which was dec- j
the Glades area are, being held form a drainage district or else Women's Club of Palm Beach orated with ,arrangements of yellow Paul Rardin, chairman of the ,'- i
I June 13-16 and June 20-23 at Paho arrange with some existing district County, a Hearty welcome to all. and white chrysanthemums.The County 'Commission announced '
kee, activities taking place at the : since it is considered unlikely To our nominees, here tonight, its honorees were presented witha Monday the board will begin its ,
Youth Center building and in the that each farmer could handle our'happy privilege to assist you gift of cash, Mrs. R. O. Johnson
pine grove on the Lake Okeechobee drainage independently. in carrying out the bold, new pro- making the presentation on behalfof annual budget studies July 5th.
-: waterfront across the levee at the Minimum bid per acre was set at grams you' will propose for this church,departments and friends. Rardin indicated the coming ses- ,'
rear of the center. $453.by the state board.The((small space age .era. With new problems sions will see considerable paring 1
:Mrs. Fred C. White of Belle plots will be sold at public auction, and pew Challenges, we ,are sure of budget requests in the interest of
Glade is in charge of registration probably at the Glades Office you will orbit modern*, strong leadership Good Power.Service economy and in an attempt to hold
. \ for the camp which will also be Building. and legislation for our taxes as low as possible. p'
open to girls: who are not scouts. 'great state."And Described To Club In other actions this week the
The fee for the eight days at campis to ;you! Our'television audience commission
$8 which covers aU activity privileges Lions Of Pahokee we' are so glad you tuned Set July 5th as the date for the
two cook-outs, cold drinks 'us in..We hope you enjoy our pro- ''Paul Collier'' explained to Paho- commission to start sessions as the
.. healtlunad accident insurance. The Sponsor Boy ScoutsThe I'gr m.We'would'like to hear from kee Lions at their Tuesday lunch board of equalization. The commission -
girls bring their own lunches, except you in care of WEAT-TV. We extend eon meeting some of the' precautions learned that the tax roll will
x on cook-out days, also rain- I an invitation to join our Dem- electric power' companiestake not be ready at that time, but state ,
tcoats and drinking cups. heart of the Boy Scout ocratic Women. We sincerely thank to insure. continuous service law requires the commission tQ. ....;,
Mrs. Ethel Johnson of Pahokee WEAT-TV; and the sponsors who during times of emergency or to open its hearings on that date. ''"*
Troop is the boys, the scoutmastersand
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( .. is serving as camp, director. :Mrs. I have given uSjt the;,opportunity tobring quickly restore the service shouldit Heard that tlie final census count t'. .R
t"- Connie. Lewis of Belle Glade is inii. the committeemen. :But behind you the Democratic Women be temporarily interrupted. He for Palm Beach County is 224,537,
charge of the Brownie groups and these we must have a sponsoring in action." said large trees 'are the greatest according to a report from the U. ";
;, .\ :Mrs. Tris Hodges, also of Belle organization. Ours is.the. Lion Mrs. Alma Tarr Brown was the threat to power interruption dur- S. Department of Census. i
.. \, Glade the intermediate groups. Club and they have been for,years. general chairman in charge of ar- ing windstorm in South Florida, Heard that the .Trustees of the ';*i
/. : Mrs. Rita Sims of Pahokee directs This organization has done a splen- rangements for the program which and listed a number of suitable! state n Board had made available
the waterfront activities. did job, always ready to give their went off without a hitch. shade trees that do not grow tall i 195 acres of land. for expansion of 4"!
Activities Include' canoeing for assistance in any way possible. -- enough to interfer with utility' the Glades Airport at Pahokee.
the older girlS; Indian lore for the Coach Webb Pell is the Institutional lines.It. Voted to start dredging opera- .
':- Brownies and badge work of the Representative and can always 41 Seniors Visit was announced the Pahokeeand tion for additional park lands near .:;

\ Pioneer group.. be! depended on to attend Troop i Canal Point Lions will sponsor the county Welcome Station at :
\ : Committee Meetings .as well as Nassau This ,WeekFortyone I a joint concession at the Fourth of Jupiter. \ \i!
i WEATHERAt Board of Reviews. July celebration' at Pahokee Har- Approved addition of a project i
: ,Our troop consists of the following bor. The Lions will sell watermelons to resurface Ocean Ave. in''Boynton ..1.!
.. U. S. Sugar Plant Field : Ten registered committeemen members of the Paho- balloons and hot dogs. Beach to the board's secondary ,, .'-,.-. :
.; ': Station at Canal Point. including our institutional kee High School Class,x>f 1960 are road program. I
-. .'. Date Temp. Rainfall representative;, one registered enjoying a post-graduate trip to Shelley Is Back Approved an $11.000 appraisal ;" .
; max. min. inches Scoutmaster; one assistant Scoutmaster Nassau B. L, this week.,The group for Military Trail right of way- ;
4 ..fr"- June 8 92 67 .00 and thirty-five registeredBoy assembled at the high school early For Another YearThe one section needed for four laving .a,
-, June 9 93 68 ..00t' Scouts. In the Eagle group we Tuesday morning and motored to the highway north of Four Points. ,
.June 10 -,85 67 .02 have two: Mike Watkins and Wayne Miami where they boarded the SS Rev. Robert A. Shelley, who The appraisal will go to the state 11 j
'" June 11 85'63 .00 Boynton. The'Eagle goal is one Florida for Nassau. ,They will'ar, has served, as pastor of the Canal for approval and if given the green 4 II
1 \\t June 12 90 60 .00 that we are all striving for, the requirements rive in Miami on the return trip Point Methodist Church for the light the commission will immediately -.1
': June 13 90" 60 .00 are many' but when Friday morning. The trip is being past year and a half, was assigned start negotions for closing '.. \
f.< June 14v 91 60, ? ,00 you take it in steps up throughall sponsored by the Senior Classroom at the Florida Methodist ,Confer- the right of way deeds. I''!
t'. { \ Normal june rainfall8.29.June the ranks it doesn't seem so mothers., Accompanying the.' ence, to return and serve as pastorof Heard the speed limit had been ..1a t\I\
)! :, 1 1960 rainfall to*date '1.70. hard. The rank.under Eagle is Life, group ,as chaperones are Mr. and ,, the Canal Point Church for an- revised for sections of Military :
g.. :..'.; ... which also has many requirements.In :Mrs. Ernest Maxwell :Mr. and Mrs.R. other years Dr. Burns Martin ofFort Trail by the state road department '::
\jt:; Kay Hughes had 'a fall after this Life rank we have five T. Smith, Mrs Oscar Chasta t. Lauderdale filled the pulpitat and that a traffic signal at 45th ,
r ., graduation and is suffering. from. ,a boys and they are: William R. Boe; Mrs.Joe Alderman- and Mrs. Corley the local church Sunday in his St. and Military Trail had been i
broken knee. ." ,:- '' '(continued' on page 8)- Watson, '. absence.f approved by the state., :-r,


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, '. Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida FrIday June 17, 1960

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' (. lIt Was Barney AllThe'TimeNot IM s. Judy Norman Three Delegates

'rf. BonnyEvery Honored'At Shower Named For MeetingThe

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now and then gremlins Mrs. Judy Buchanan Norman, a Canal Point Methodist

LL: creep into a newspaper*office an-1 recent bride, was honored at a Woman's Society of Christian Service -
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they either find their way into the I party and miscellaneous shower at the dune meeting in the

type cases or do their devilment held T in the Sunday School buildingof Sunday School building voted to

,; among the keys of a typewriter the Canal Point. Methodist send three delegates to the Schoolof

Last week gremlins, chose 'our 26 Church :Monday nights-I; ostessea Missions at Florida Southern

year old Royal typewriter to mess were Mrs. Pop Sears,''Mrs. C. L. College, Lakeland, in July.

{ with and we wound up "with the Stewart THrs. R. T. Smith, Mrs..F Mrs. James Miller reported the

name of one of our favorite youngsters M. Wilson Mrs. L. P. 'Turbevilleand successful sponsorship by WSC3
" who attends Canal Point I Mrs. James Miller. Miss Faith of a rummage sale to raise fundsto

: grade school-Barney Cherry- Sasser assisted at the refre3.I .-*- the of fur
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The Rardin Building In Canal Point Florida
receiving a citizenship award un-I ments table which was 'covered ishings for the new parsonage,

. THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME: OF der the name oft Bonny Terry. with .lace over a pink cloth ant which is now under construction.
' If. Barney :was old enough to bea : t d decorated with arrangements of hibiscus Plans were completed for the

regul reader of'The TBverglades blossoms. sponsorship of a summer vacation
. EVERGLADES NEWS News fear 'that hV TiavV "- ...11 n tln. a ..
we might Bible school. Mrs. W. E. Blackwell,
taken'exception to the"error"since BACK-TO/NEW r HAMPSHIRE president, presided at the business.
;a Serving-the Lake ,Okeechobee Farming Region Without
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it sounds like tsomt+ young 'lady Mrs. Florence Cuinminga has returned :Mrs. J. P. Parker was hostess at
: Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years .
' might have received the award. to her home at Concord, N. the social hour following the meet-
Established March 11, 1924 'Published Every Friday Knowing Barney from the day he K, after spending several, month ing, during which the identities of

Subscription, Price $2.00 Year In Advance was born we know there isn't a with her daughter Mrs. Osceola those who have served as secret
thing about him that might causeus Upthegrove, and family, at Canal sisters for the past year were re I
rher. Everglades News Entered at the Post,Office' to make such an error. So, we'll Point. She was accompanied by her vealed.

"In Canal Point Florida,.as Second Class Matter mark that error' up with one we I granddaughter, Sandra, who joinedher .

Paul i ardin Owner, Editor, Publisher [made 20 years ago and say that it father, Osceola Upthegrove, Mrs. Ronnie Elliott and her
: isn't such a bad record.CLASSIFlED.ADB. and uncle, Elmer Upthegrove at mother Mrs. George Burr, have
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i[ Weirs Beach where they ,are ope- returned to Winter; Haven after a

'' rating a resort restaurant this visit with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wroten -
Here Is What 'Transpired At Monday'sMeeting
PAT BIG DIVIDENDS summer. in Pahokee.iflTtfYttYYttyVtltyYtfr7tft7YTW .
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The county commission agreed I agency and maintenance section at I !, .1

. this week that an evaluation of Lantana. Amove to PBIA the

rental rates for Palm Beach Inter I firm said, would allow the agency j
national Airport is advisable. to extend and increase its serviceto : Phone.511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade

'- The board had under consideration larger numbers of planes and I Icusto

several requests for leases for ers. L SALES and SERVICE
airport space-some which were The Lantana firm's proposedmove I

requests for rates less than had brought objection from the : HeatingAir Conditioning Appliances i
z, been set by the board. Butler Aviation Corp., a fixed base I
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County Commissioner Kennfeth operation now located at PBIA. .
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Foster, who heads the county's airport
committee, said it was_ time the case of all leases, final approval -

the board reappraised its rates for rests with, the U. S., Engineers I
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rentals, possibly with a view to' who have control of the field. I r r k 'W 'M at',:i. +' hK s f<:la$;djrtiak f 7i.'p'E:", e' "' may. y ....,;.

changing the structure to meet individual -

cases. Board Stdi s Its I

JCfoster used as an example, one
/eaa\ request before the board: Perplexing ProblemsTwo A:

f&n industry which said it would +' S
I move" ii* if a low rental was granted. : requests from water util-- E ':c. a.

The\,firm would provide, jobs ities' firms seeking 30-year fran- \ ..
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{* for upwards of 100 'employes.. ch;ses .from,.,the ..county., commission r i
". : Foster said he believed ,it wise to 'were delayed this week until
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negotiate this type ,'request to I the borad, has had an opportunityto 'f YK' V Sf
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ployes.In County Attorney Harry Johnston ;

one action on airport leases, advised the county board Mon

:< the commission gave tentative approval day, to delay action on the two rei

to a request from Palm quests it had under considerationand c
. Beach Aviation to move its fixed further, not to approve any
k' base operation from Lantana to such franchises until all provisionsof
.' Palm Beach International Airport. the matter could be studied. '

: ; The firm .now. operates a taxi and Palm Beach Utilities and Lake r iby ; /
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3 charter service, flight,school, sales Osborne Utilities were seeking -

county approval for 30-year franchises : 9t2 f n't
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present petitions l a' rt yyyr w=vfWNaM.aRd 4.
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FLORIDA. to the state Railroad and Public 5y'3 ..,
AND FOR PALM BEACH 'Si. .8 kf 5a; 'a t'' $ >"ydi, a. s 5
::. COUNTY. Utilities Commission for establishment b3
IN CHANCERY NO. tt C 115-A :
t EVELYN JUANITA NAHALKA.! : of rates. '% ? .
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STEVE NAHALKA.-y- :: approval, instructed its attorney I .. ykaoYk aS Xf r'_.'' k"a"
" Defendant. : to intervene in the state's hearingin
NOTICE OF SUIT
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TO; STEVE NAHALKA. Address Un- an attempt toget the companysan sv
c known: extension of: time for their appearance .
:: :You are:hereby notified that Evelyn: before state commis ,97.ay 4'1x' <+' vc :h Fs.t'. ,,r;; yv.i. N 4'e
Juanita Nanaika has filed 4 BUI of the
...=- Complaint against*you' for'divorce, and J '2 I
.' 3'QU.are required;to-iem,*'copy of your sion.The request from the Lake Os
answer,to the complaint,-plaintiffs
Attorney Thsdtt-TO&Men/ P.Q. Bo2 borne Utilities,brought strong protest
>" gg3.Pehokea.Plov4dat.+ d'.tt1e the rts- from the community's Civic .
; ; Inal -.nawv la the office of tb Clerk of
:." the'Clrentr COurt'at PlEhd.B &er Otm Association which:charged that the ENJOY COOL COMFORT ,
'.;", ty.: June. 1960 It
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meat 'lfetauIt' ..tnbf) Uke -'a eetmtt satisfactory;to, residents' the .
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you for tnef relief HtmatKted In the area. !-o.

.... compZa1n"u..:.t' 4 t 'Association's attorney asked It used to'be "come ands tan>tne shade on*the porch." ,Now it's "coma } :

.-.f'.r AII1Ai d the board to delay action until the inside 'and enjoy cool'eo1W1fort.-' .
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I (i tarciilt.ooiul: aBail firm brought, its operation up to -' )

b. \ ,':-I-:tr.d>pHty: e.PPlaatThedd Cleric what.the.Associationbelieved, to be MR COHDmO HS. will make your home a. .haven from siimm '8 heat .:.
standards which.the de
' Attorney'faePlett WhlMea: ff served. community and humidity. ,It'will; ,flood your home',with,cool, filteredair..... .,.. repzve,. ;' '',

; ,,. Pahokee.BMf Florida n. June'2,10. and.1'1.1960' Similar protests were lodged ,$ excess moisture, lower the humidity, and help prevent mildew. Locks, ,_';

IN THE. COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT/IN against Lake Osborne Utilities at out ,dust, insects .and road noises. You'll....sleep' better, awake refreshed, .1
. FALMllSACa'COUNTYFLOSIBA the commission's last regular
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' ,NO._ .10211 meeting. live in cool comfort through the hottest summer days.' I;
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IN''RE: -THE ESTATE OP : The commission suggested that ,
ISAAC PORTER ROBERTS. : the Association's attorney draftan -M80ERN:ATTIC er WWDOW YEKTrLATlW FANS are other wonderful aids ,to L -" fl I I II.

". NOTICE DECEASED OF1 FUING'PBTITTOIt: .-OR_ operating agreement.suitable / .. 'cool summertime comfort.. These powerful ,fans pull in cooling fresh '-i._ '-

FINAL DISCHARGE!:OF KXECUTRIC to the group and in turn,present < hot indoor air is forced t:
Notice Is:,hereby glren-that I have breezes "in motion, as sticky out.Don't ,
filed my final returns as Executrix: of the agreement to the. utilityfirmfor : .'
the'estate of Is&ao'Porter-Roberts ,deceased its consideration. f
:.that I hare filed jny petition wait'until your house runs a temperature. __._' ...
for final discharge,'and that on the 5th .
day 'of July. 1960. 1 Will apply to the BIRTHDAY PARTY ,See your electrical appliance dealer now. s !
Honorable Richard P. Bobbins' County
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Judge of Palm Beach "count)". Mrs: Herman Kautz entertained ,1 i
for'approval of"sald final.; Florid at the home of*Mra. Arch Blakey :,
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for an order for final discharge as Executrix -
of the estate of Isaac Porter with a' party for her daughter r

Roberts This.: '2S.dQ'. of.May. I960.MADELENE ... Kathy, on her sixth birthday anni FLORIDA POWER 8\.& LIGHT COMPANY
: C. ROBERTS versary. The hostess was assisted
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Blakey and Mrs. T: L. CJ.l.7ltt \".
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Mr. and Mrs.-J. S. Chastain were Car Use ,By Teen Cape Coral Site
I weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.

I I PERSONAL NEWS NOTES Clyde Griffies and Marc in Tam- Group Needs StudyST. For Boat Races '

pa. They were ,accompanied home

by their grandson Marc, who will PETERSBURG Parents CAPE CORAL-Inboard Hydro

wJuwu visit several days, who do not wisely regulate their plane Championships of the Amer-

Lt. Martin William Cary, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kennedyand teenager's use of the car are endangering ican Power Boat Association will

who received his commission in the sons left last weekend for their Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Elliott and his high school grades, be held here Aug. 26-28, marking ,

U. S. Army at the recent graduation summer home in New York State. son Mike and Mrs. Emma Wheeler his future and maybe, his life. the first time in history that this
have left for several weeks visit in
exercises at the U. S. Military This was the main finding of a premier speedboat event has been
Dale Stacy left the past week for Lakeland Gainesville.and Jackson-
West Point, N. Y., is
Academy, comprehensive study undertakento held in Florida.
overseas duty with the U. S. Army ville.
visiting his fiancee, Miss Corrine I I determine the automobile influence I Connie Mack Jr., vice president
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at Okinawa after 30-
[ spending a
Collins, and her parents, :Mr. and on teenage behavior. Con- of the Cape Coral developers said
II Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wroten have ,
I I day leave with his parents, Mr. and!I IMrs..J' I I
Mrs. L. M. Collins, in Pahokee this Allstate InsuranceCompanies the
D. Stacy, at Bryant. ;:r returned from' Naples where they ducted by the event will bring approximately
week. I ;,attended funeral services for H. D. in cooperation with 30 I 1600 active participants to Lee

Mrs. A. L. Pope and her Buddie Parker has arrived to Fields, Sr., 61, who died unexpect- selected high schools throughout: : including drivers, crew

in-law and sister, Mr. and brother-j. spend the summer with his, parents edly there on June 8. A great uncleof the United States and Canada, the I members, boating writers and their

C. Roland have returned from 81 I Mr. and Mrs,.,J. P. Parker in Mrs. Wroten, Mr. Fields was a study throw a searchlight on families.
Canal Point. Buddie is studentat the academic driving and social
visit with ,their mother, Mrs. Fran a former Pahokee resident who operated ]
ces McBride, at Alamo, Ga. ,They I Murray State College in Murray a restaurant during' his residence habits of 20,000 junior and senior CLASSIFIED ADS

accompanied home by their Ky. here. y9ungsters. ." PAY BIG DIVIDENDSClassified
were "The study leaves no,doubt that
niece, Miss Ann McBride. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Maxson and
it isn't the care but the controlof I

., Mr. and Mrs. Leo Maxwell had family left Friday for six weeks,. its use that is important" Rich- ,

as guests the past week their cousins : visit with relativesin Louisiana. ard A. Parker, Florida regional_ AdsHAD

j Mr. and Mrs. Ordalc Smith cf Miss Madeline Kelly has returned manager of Allstate, declared. .:. .

t Leeksville Miss. I to her home in Ft. Pierce after "Parents: simply must realize the II
auth- A VISITOR? Give 2661
urgency of exercising more" a.
her sister and Mr.
Palm visiting family,
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tl Larry Elliott, student in the and let know about it
ority over their teenagers i ring us
and Mrs. J. V. Thomas Jr.
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has returned Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Winters
" Beach Junior college, matter of how and when they i and we will be happy to put the
to spend the summer with hisS Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Gist and family (Della Mae Speer) of Pahokee an- drive." I II item in our personal news column.Of .

f/c' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas El- left this week for a month va- nounce the birth of a daughter, I Underlining the acident problem course, there is NO CHARGE.

' / liott, in Pahokee. cation to be\ spent in Georgia land Redaywis, at the Everglades .:Me- among youthful drivers, Allstate Thanks. The Everglades News.
June 8.
morial
Hospital,
to his Tennessee and other points of in- says their involvement rate is
Leo Maxwell returned Mr. and Mrs. Vance Broome, Jr., I IS YOUR CLUB OR Church group
home Sautrday after being a patient terest. (Glenda Russom) of Pahokee an- about twice as high as the average meeting this week? We would be
' hospital adult, and the average severity of
at Everglades :Memorial Mrs. DeVane has returned to her nounce the birth of a daughter, glad to know about it and will use

t. for 10 days. home-after receiving treatment at Kimberly Grace, at Everglades their accidents is also considerably it as a news item ifV you'll just
higher. Furthermore, most of the
; Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Scruggs, accompanied Everglades Memorial hospital for I Memorial Hospital, June 10. youngsters-not just a feware give us a ring at 2661. Thanks.
Horace, several days. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Wingate The Everglades News. There is no
by their son, i involved in accidents .
I (Sarah Webster) of Belle Glade charge, of course. ,
with their
are spending a vacation Mr.' and Mrs. Latimer' Farr of The study points out that amountof I
Mr. announce the birth of a son, Rodney -
sons-in-law and daughters WauchjUla were weekend guests of car'usage has a direct relationship ISj YOUR SUBSCRIPTION past
Earl, at' the .Everglades Memorial -
and Mrs Alvjri Garrett and familyin Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Collins in Pa- I to academic standing. Drivinga due? If you're going on vaca-
Atlanta Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. hokee. I Hospital, II"June 12.ATTENDEKERCISES car does not in itself have an tion let us have a check before you

Calvin Padgett' and family in adverse effect on grades, but when go. Send $2.00 and we'll renew

Gainesville.Mr. .. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Geiger were the use of the car is permitted to your paper for one year. The
weekend of :Mr .and Mrs. Samuel McKinstry, accom-
the guests
1 school work serious
had infringe on Everglades News, Canal Point,
and Mrs. Ray Langford Mrs. Lowel Lence in Lake Worth. panied by her granddaughter, Miss
problems develop. Fla.
as guests Sunday her daughter, Virginia Lee Crossman of Fort
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Miss Naomi Elder, of Avon Park. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Chancellorare The poorest students are those I -
Lauderdale and Miss Linda Mc- who drive their accord- FOR SALE: New and used Willys
weeks' I own cars,
spending a two vaca- Raney, attended U. S. Army exercises Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage
Bordeaux I
I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. his Mrs. ing to the Allstate study. Holdinga
tion visiting aunt George at Fort Jackson, S. C., in in Belle Glade, Phone 3058.
had as guests over the weekend King, at Pensacola and other rela-I job to support a car affected the I.teenager's I.
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r j their nephew and niece, Mr. and tives in Georgia. .which her grandson, SamuelMc attitude toward school.Of .!it

t Mrs. William Van Gamert of Fort Kinstry, III, was awarded special students spending $6.'or more I PRINTING OF ALL KINDS. if

; Lauderdale. While here they at- Members of the seventh grade at honors for excellency in trainingupon per week on car support, only ons you need cards, envelopes, letter

tended commencement exercises Pahokee Junior High enjoyed in completion of the basic train per cent were' A students, while heads, statements, bill heads, hand

t at Pahokee High School, their end-of-school party at the You'h ing program for-his- class. those who spent $3. or less the ratio : bills, or something in the printingline

I. cousin Miss Suzanne Chastain,:Center, with Mrs. Bobby Shackfo'd of A students was four times as just step to the phone and call
LONG I
WEEK END
... being one of the graduates. serving as chairman of the .group. high. The Everglades News at Canal \
of room mothers who were 'n.I County el1ployees111 enjoy a .o and Point, No 2661. We are experts in
Smith
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Mr. weekend from their
of long jobs
charge arrangements.Mr. away. ,
'. daughter, Mrs. James Costin, have over the Foil lt1ff July;The county More Tourists Is i producing excellent printing and i

returned to Orlando,after a recent and Mrs. Walter Lowe left I commission said Monday that Always The Problem our prices are in line with out of
Smith's broth- to HawaiLand the town printers who come to the
visit here with :Mrs. Friday on a trip the court house will close July 1 at
er-in law and 'sister, Mr. and Mrs.L. Philippine Islands. Grades for printing business. Please
I 5 p. m. and will be open again for
ORLANDO -- Cypress Gardensimpresario give us a call. Phone 2661.
M. Collins.
business on July 5th. The July 5th
! Milton Spooner Haggins is, Dick Pope presentedwhat
Mrs. H. J. Anderson vacation with his uncle, date was set'for start of the county I'
;Mr. and spending a, he called a "four-point pro-
). have as guests this week their Ernest Smith, and family on a farm I commissionn's budget hearing and gram'4 to meet the problem of get-
To Invest?
son-in-law and daughter, Mr: and near Waycross, Ga. also as the start for board of equal- ting more tourists to Florida during Money

Mrs. Luther Collier, and family of ization hearings. a roundtable discussion called
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Cantonment, Fla. by Hotel Commissioner Richard I: WHY NOT GET 10%
with a beach party at Rivieia TO SPEND SUMMERMrs. I -

Mr.. and Mrs. W. C. Pope of Fort Beach, honoring her son, Ronnie,ion Una Peebles of Savannah, Edgerton recently.Pope's (I Interest on 'Second Mortgages
called for
of her his 13th birthday anniversary.The plan getting I I on New Houses?
Sunday arrived
Myers were guests I Ga., Saturday to spend the tourist-minded men appointed to
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and hostess was assisted by. Mrs. summer with her ""brother-in-law the Florida Development' Commis- CALL, WIRE, OR WRITE .

Mrs. W. P. Hitchcock.Mr. W. K. Aldridge. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
sion. He also suggested enlargingthe

and Mrs. R. J. Crews had as Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Clark and I Boatwright, in Pahokee. The Boat- tourist service bureau and pro- C. A. BAILEY.REAL .
Michael and Glenn of wrights also have as guests this booklet of factson ESTATE
recent guests their son and daugh- sons Skipper, ducing a pictorial
ter-in-law, Mr. and:Mrs. Bill Crews Levittown, N. J, are- visiting her I week Mr. and Mrs. George A. Hill I tourism in Florida. Last pointof PHONE WY 6-3084

and family Fort Lauderdale: their- parents Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Scruggsof of Orlando, and had us guests the his program was the drawingof BELLE GLADE
also her brother and first of the week.her, brother, Ray-
son-in-law and duaghter, Mr. and Runyon, more conventions into the state
their sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. ArnoldJ. mond Christian, and nephew and from the North.
Mrs. A. C. Stone,,Fort Pierce;
niece Mr. and Mrs. W. FOR FAST SERVICE on Any
H.
Murphy
grandson and wife, Mr. and Mrs Scruggs of Pahokee this week. The informal roundtable met to
and family all of Clewiston. kind of Plumbing and Septic
Gainesville and broth- discuss the tourist development
Don Crews, ; Mrs. Pope Sears, district tank Cleaning, call H. W. Scrape
er-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. secre-I I program in Florida and the 30 rep-
tary of children's work OFF TO THE WEST Plumbing Co. Phone 7547. Itp
Rl. J. Denning, Kissimmee. resentatives of hotels, motels and
Methodist Woman's Society of Mr. and Mrs. O. B. McClure planto chambers of commerce' endorsed -

Mrs and Mrs. Claud-Morgan and Christian Service, attended a district -. leave the last of this month to Pope's suggestions.

her brother- executive board meeting t)f ... ,
family have as guests spend the summer in California m WANTEDScrap
in-law and sister, Mr. and': Mrs. the WSCS in Fort Lauderdale last and Colorado Springs, Colo. They FRUIT AND VEGETABLE I'

Fred S. Newman, and family of week. will be accompanied to Californiaby MARKETING COSTS IN .

Cooper, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Sam McKinstry, their daughter, Miss Jane McClure 1959 SLIGHTLY LOWERGAINESVILLE II Truck Tires,

Miss Joan Darden, student nurse Jr., and family have gone to New of Fort ,Lauderdale..a.. c:. -- Increased efficiency Junk Batteries and .
at Jackson :Memorial Hospital MI- Bern N. C., where they will reside =
in distributing fresh fruit
two weeks' vacation while Mr., McKinstry is work- HONOR HOUSE GUESTS Junk Inner Tubes
ami, is spending a and vegetables in 1959 resulted in
Nola B. Smith entertainedat
Mrs.
her Mr. and ing in the sweet corn deal in that
with parents,
reduction of costs for
W. Jones her home Tuesday with a card a marketing
Pahokee.Mr. area for H. Jr.
:Mrs. W C. Darden, at
i luncheon honoring Mrs. R. T. Jer- the first time in nearly 12 years, Call Write

and Mrs. W. S. Plumer were Miss Suzanne Chastain will leave myn, Mrs. Florence Edward and according to a University of Florida or .

: \ accompanied home from a visit in Sunday to enroll in summer schoolat Mrs. Grace Vanatta of St. Petersburg marketing specialist.S. .

Asheville, N. C'; by.their son. Billy Stetson University in DeLand. who are the house guests this E. Rosenberger associate EAGLESHIPPING

f student at the Sheville School for Glen Andrews returned to his week of Mrs. Helen Schroder. Other marketing specialist in vegetable

Boys, who will spend the summer home Saturday from Good Samaritan guests were Mrs. Arch Blakey, crops with the Florida Agricultural CORP.

vacation''here. hospital,where he had surgery.IILIt.LIdlIPijlll1 Mrs. Marty Carstens, Mrs.. RobertJ. Extension Service, says this was 3212 N. VV. N. RIVER DRIVE
Schroder and Mrs. Helen Schro accomplished through some reduced
Richard Hatton, U. S. Army par- der. hauling rates, improved containers NEwton 4-0844 OR. .

r atrooper, who has been stationedat _. : better labor efficiency, NEwton 4-1962 .

Fort Bragg, N. CL. is spending CLASS REUNION more direct procurement and expanded MIAMI, FLORIDA

a 30-day leave with his mother, Pahokee High School alumni; self-service.

Mrs. Ruth Hatton. in Pahokee be FISHING t Class of 1950, are planning a 10th Continuous and ''vigorous reappraisals -

fore leaving for overseas duty in anniversary reunion to be held :n i of the current operationsare RUBBER HOSE More than a

Korea. Pahokee ,on June 17. necesary to keep up with rap-j million feet In stock prices below
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Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Strayer have .- idly changing trends, says Rosen-]jobbers 'costs garden hose and industrial .j

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gone to North Carolina where,
( adds the seed for improved Suction, fire, air, water, irrigation i
will be engaged in produce -
layouts, labor-saving devices, increased spray. HOSE, REMNANTS, MILL }
businness weeks.
several BLUE HERON DOCKS
worker performance, per- ENDS. Couplings of all kinds. AN

F :Mr. and Mrs. Danny Mullis re- BLUE HlRQtt BLVD sonnel improvement, and better recruitment i INCH OR A MILE. AMAZON

turned to Gainesville Wedensdayto RIVIERA BlACHVICTOR o 4uQLItu procedures will become I tHOSE & RUBBER CO. 3950 North -

\ attend summer school at University 435 3 more acute as the cost-price Ave. Phone PLaza 4-4566,

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..r., the scene Monday night of a party

and miscellaneous shower in com- Sellers had
Mr. and Mrs. Terry
pliment to Miss Leah Annette But- their daughter.
as guests Sunday
ler, who will be come the bride of Miss Linda Sellers, and Mr. and
Kenneth Booth Sands of Belle
and children
Mrs. Dorsey McGaughey -
Glade on June 25. Hostesses were Beach. _
all of West Palm
6 111 NJ.. II!. U I Mrs. Edward Arons, Miss PafcsyMims :Mr. and Mrs. Pope Sears and
Miss Brenda
Carter and
The Pahokee'Church The Methodist"Church Canal ; family are planning to spend a va-
I I Point First Miss Dorothy Hatton.. cation at Fort Myers Beach next

f Of The Nazarene Canal Point Florida Baptist ChurchElder -- week.

t. Plans Announced Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hatton, Sr.,
71 Bacom Point Road Robert A. Shelley, Pastor R.E.Barfield accompanied by his daughter Miss
Charles F. CrausweH Pastor SUNDAY: SUNDAY: Dorothy Hatton. left'this week for

; Phone 7528 P. O. Boa S32 10:00 a. m.-church School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School Collins WeddingPlans New Orleans, La., where he will
SUNDAY SERVICES: 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship 11:00-. m.-Morning Worship I enter the Oschler Clinic for sur-
"t 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 6:30 p. .Youth Fe&owa&p 7:00 p. .-B. T. C. -r-
11:00 a. m-Sunday Worship. 7:30 m.-Evening Worship 8:00 been announced for gery.MSgt.
p. p. m.-Evening Worship I and Mrs. Neubern Yawn
6:30 p. m.-Juniors. MONDAY: WEDNDESDAY: the wedding of Miss Corrine Collins -: and four children of Goldsboro, N.

7:00 p. m.-Sunoay Service.Evening 3:15 p.'m. Youth Choir practice 7:30 p. .-Midweek Prayer daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. C., were guests of his uncle and
Evangelistic
TUESDAY: Service Minter''Collins of Pahokee, and Lt.I aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McCali;
WEDNESDAY; I
$OO p. m.- Woman's Society1st 2nd and.4th TUESDAYS: I here the past week while he was
7:30 p. m. Midweek Bayer Martin;, William Cary Jr., son of
Tuesday2nd 7:30 p. m.Ladies Auxiliary on leave from the U. S. Air Force.
, meeting. Col. and Mrs. Martin William
MONDAY: Meeting. Cary Three of the children, Martha, John
"Where you are once"a stranger. butt 7:30 p. m.-Esther. Class meeting -- of Marianna, which will be an eventat and Barbara had the three-day

WEDNESDAY: Canal Pt. Missionary I the Pahokee First Methodist i measles during the visit. i
7:30 p. m.-Prayer MeetingThe Church June 26 4 Carmen Arrieta of Puerto Rico
,I Sunday, at p. m. ,
First Methodist ... Baptist ChurchRev. The vows for the_double ring cere- who has been the guest of her --

will be read the Rev. brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Church Pahokee mony by
Church Of God Charles D. Stewart, Pastor
r SUNDAY: Wayne Owens of Jacksonville.For Mrs. Roberto Arrieta, and familyat

Rev. dare S. Hall Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School her attendants Miss Collins Port Mayaca the past month,
_, SUNDAY: 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship has chosen Mrs. James Costin of has gone to Coral Gables for a visit

,.\ 9:45 a. m.-Church School Point Road 6:30-p. .-Training Union. Orlando, a cousin, matron of honor; ,with relatives there.
F 11:00 7:30 the Misses Annette McIntosh, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hendrix and
a. -Morning Worship john H. Kinard, pastor p. m.-Evening Worship.
6:45 p. -MYF 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School WEDNESDAY: Jeanine Mock and Kay Friend, all two children have moved'from

.r 7:45 p. .-Evening Worship 1100 a. m.-Preaching Service 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting. of Pahokee, and Miss Shelia Cary Belle Glade into Mrs. Lulu Barfield's -
TUESDAY: 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service of Marianna, sister of the bride- cottage on Barfield High-
7:00'p.. .Vesper Choir prac- groom-elect, bridesmaids. She will I way at Pahokee.
800p. m. Tuesday-!V. L.B. Church Of God
ticeWEDNESDAY be given in marriage by her'father.: Robert M. Hoffman, Pahokee
8:00 m. Thursday-W. M.B., -
" : Everyone p. welcome. Special music Barfield Highway Lt. Robert Burns, a classmate of High School librarianMeft; Wednesday -
7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions Lt. Cary at the U S. Military Aca- to spend the summer at his
and singing.
8:30- p. m. Senior Choir practice 9:45 A. M.-Sunday School I demy, Class of 1960, will serve as I home in Gastonia N. C.
_ 11:00 A. :M.-Morning Worship best man. Ushers will be Michael Mrs. H. D. Fields, Jis, of Mary-
Christian Science 7:00 P. :. .-L. W. W., B. '(Par I and Steve Cary, brothers of the 'land visited her mother, Mrs. Ruby
sonage) i I J Lee Justice, in Pahokee the first
( St. Mary's Catholic I bridegroom-elect; J. V. Thomas, .
Group Of Canal Point"Is 7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship 'Jr., his cousin; and Lewis Col- of the week.'

ChurchFather 7:30 P. M..1'uesday-Prayer Meet- lins, brother of the brideelect.Mr. Joshua Seaver, DCT director at

the Universe, Including :Man, ing and Mrs. Collins will be hosts Pahokee High School, is attending
David Cronin 7:30 P. :M. Friday -Children's
Evolved by Atomic Force?" is the' I at the reception following the ceremony ,summer school at Florida. State
SUNDAY MASSES
Church
subject of the Lesson-Sermon lobe at their home, 355 Banyan University, Tallahassee.Mr. .
First two masses of. the month I 7:30 P. M.: Friday Y. P. E. I and Mrs* F. H. Poteete Sr."
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11:00. read at Christian Science services Ave. No'fonnal imitations are
I -- issued of Water Valley, Miss, arrived this
this Sunday. being locally, but all friends
Other at 7:30.
Sundays
John's account of the healingby Family Reunion In I;of the couple are invited to both week for a visit with their son and '
Christ Jesus of the man who i the wedding and reception. daughter-In-law Dr. and .Mrs. F.
St. Peter's Lutheran Honor Frank WilsonThe I H.
"was blind from his birth" (ch. 9) IP Poteete and family in Pahokee.

Church 'Belle Glade 'will ,be included in the Bible read- 'I They will be accompanied home
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack I,Bathing Beauties with their granddaughter, Debbie

.t. 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade Key to the Scriptures" by Mary the scene a surprise dinner part Galore Sarasofa -Mrs. M. M. Martin, Sr.,and son, .
SUNDAY: Baker Eddy the following will be, and family reunion, honoring his I M. M. Martin, Jr., of Okeechobee
Divine Services 11 A. M. read (539:27-30): "The divine ori- uncle, Frank M. Wilson, pioneer I I visited Mrs. Osceola Upthegrove
School 9:45'A. M. : gin of Jesus gave him more than' Canal Point fanner, on his birth- I SARASOTA The state's West ;and: family at Canal Point Sunday:

.. human power to expound the facts 'd a y anniversary. Out-of-town Coast feautres: two of the favorite I I I Miss Helen Sheppard has returned -
of creation, and demonstrate the guests included Mr.and Mrs. F. A. pastimes for summer vacationers.It's .1 I 'to Tallahassee to attend summer -
Holy NativityEpiscopal one Mind which makes and gov- Wilson Judy and ,Dian Borland, all watching bahting beauty contests school at Florida State Uni-
Church erns man and the universe." of Opa Locka? Mr. and Mrs. Earl I fishing famous waters and versity after a visit with her par-
Pahokee- The Golden Text is from Ne- Wilson and family, Hialeah; Mr. the added incentive of fabulous ents, Mr. and Mrs. O. H.. Sheppard,
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F and 'Mrs. Joe Edenfield, Miss Bet- at Canal Point between semesters.
hemiah' (9:6)'Tho: even thou r1ef'1orjust angling.
M. Wendell Hainlin, VicarSUNDAY art Lord alone; thou hast made ty Sue Edenfield, Daniel Lawton In the,beauty division, the Miss I I I Samilee Lanham and Patsy
: heaven, the heaven of heavens, Mr. and Mrs. James Finch, Mr. and Florida Pageant of 1960, June 23- Hitchcock, who graduated 'froru
10 School and Mrs. Herbert Jlydes, Mr. and Mrs. 25, is for Pahokee High School with this
a. m.-Sunday will all their host, the earth, a top summer event the
11 Worship Service Merle Wilson and children, Mr. Sarasota year's class, plan to enroll at
I' a. m. all things that are therein, these resort area.
.. s, and all that is therein and and Mrs. Rusty Million and son and Lovely and talented girls from Charron-William Commercial College -

thou preservest them_all; and the Miss Sadie Wilson, all of Miami; every section of the Sunshine State in' Miami during the coming
First Baptist thee. Mr. and Mrs. W.. H. Wilson of Fort will to week.
for the
host of heaven worshtppeth gather compete coveted -
Church, 'PahokeeRev. Pierce; and Mrs.. E. Munsell of title, Miss Florida of 1960. Mrs. Erma Mays and son of Atlanta

Orlando. The event ,closely follows the Ga., visited her brother-m-
James E. Boyd, pastor HOME FROM HOSPITAL .& .. "'- format of the Miss America Page- law and sister,Mr.and Mrs. Arnold
SUNDAY SERVICES: G. Andrews was able to return ant. Preliminary competitions in Barad, at Canal Point while en-
Conventions Draws
9:45 a. m.-Sunday,School home Saturday from' Good Samar- swim suit, evening gown and tal- route to West Palm Beach where
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship itan Hospital where he was a surg- Hundreds To State 1 ent take place in Sarasota's mu- they are now making their home.
645p.: Training Union ical patient for two weeks. MJCS. Mrs. Helen
i, m. -: nicipal auditorium the evenings of Schroder has as
8:00,p. m-Evening Worship Andrews, who stayed in West Palm TALLAHASSEE The Florida June 23 and 24. Finals coronationand guests this week Mrs. R.T.Jermynand

WEDNESDAY: Beach during his illness returned Development Commission, says the gala coronation ball is set sister, Mrs. Florence Edward,.
J 8:00 p. m. prayer Meeting. home with him. and Mrs. Grace Vanatta all of St. ,
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nearly $59-million was spent in for Saturday evening, June 25. ,
Florida during 1959 by delegates On the piscatorial side, the 15-I I Petersburg. '
4, attending conventions held in Sun- week Sarasota County International -' Farris Kincaid, who visited in

siiv.fr rstttravttyafa'ysfti I shine State cities. The money was I Tarpon Tournament, now in its Pahokee over the weekend was*,.
lI' spent by 550,000 people attending I SOtly year, already is in progress 1 I accompanied back to his home in, ;

lJ' ..... "\-1t ,. ":' state;; regional,;and national conventions i wittt ariongnist of awards|totaling Gainesville; by'his mother, Mrs. G. .
d \. -4N F. Kinc fd'and sister. Miss Shirley -
: ;according to a recent sur-I $$38,500 for successful angling. Kincaid.
::Il First tarpon of the year was
vey.Conventions have become a boated by a Sarasotan, 134% Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Pinder of

'l'11IU'I' III 1 rEO rIflED booming part of Florida's economy pounds, after a running battle in Hialeah visited her brother and
and. meetings of national import- the Gulf of Mexico. sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis

ance are on increase. A total cf The 36-hour Fishethon followsthe Murphy, and nephew and niece. Mr.
and Mrs. Chester Mullis, 690 national conventions were held Tarpon Tournament Aug.
I hi the 'state in 1959 as against 624 20-21, to determine top winners. kee the past week.
_ OWNED AND OPERATED BY MOR&THAN
during 1958. Featured 'this year are conserva- Mrs. J. V. Thomas has returned
120 FLORIDA CATTLEMEN i after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. E.
Early bookings for 1960 according tion awards with weekly prizes and
. to commission spokesman,, trophies for the G. Kilpatrick in Lakeland and Mr.
: WE WORK FOR THE BEST MARKET :INTERESTS OF largest tarpon
AT ALL TIMES 1 show nearly 1,500 conventions caught and teanfcompetition.: and Mrs. H. A. Lee in Marianna.Mr. .
CONSIGNORS slated in the state with an estimated --. ->-- and Mrs. A. R. Chastain and '

WE ADVERTISE FOR.COMPETITIVE; BUYER PARTICIPATION 638,000 people expected ,to at- OFF TO SOUTH CAROLINA James Gibson returned to their
AND MAINTAIN*OPEN COMPETITIVE tend. With the close of school Mrs. home Sunday. visiting rela-

MARKET WHERE"ALL BUYERS BUY WITH .. Jack Phillips and children planto tives in Thomasville, Ga.and

CONFIDENCE. PURCHASE HOWELL HOME join Mr. Phillips at Fairfax. friends at Salt Springs Florida.Mr. .
:Mr. and Mrs. Roland Kahle and C., where he is operating a plane and Mrs. C. Ml Stanfield,
daughter Ruth, have moved into crop-dusting service through the Jr., and children and Mrs. Paula
Glades Livestock Market Ass'nON the A. Q. Howell residence northof summer months.BIRTHDAY Morse of Lake Worth and Mrs. C.

Canal Point which they recently M. Stanfield, Sr., of Glennville Ga.,
PAIIOKEE-BEIXE, GLADE ROAD purchased. Mr. Kahle is PARTY were guests of Mr. and Mrs Paul .

PHONE WIT 6-S028 GEORGE YOUNG, MANAGER I mathematics instructor Pahokee Mrs. Lee Wroten entertained at Rardin' Saturday.Mrs. 'I

I High SchooL The new,home of Mr. her home on Bacbm Point Rd.,, with Russell Maxson will leave 1

SALES EVERY MONDAY AT i,p..m. and Mrs. Howell who had been a'party for her daughter Kay on Monday for several weeks_ *visit fa

I residents of,Carat: Point since the I t'her ,first birthday anniversary. Nashville, Tenn. and with. her-son "
..c.1IIR \ _\.J.\J\J\J \1\_1____-.-. 1_---.-.-._: pioneer days, is at Immottalee: Twelve children were present* and family in Arizona:,,- **"" :
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.' / Garbage Disposal Aldridge ReportsOn Leah Annette Butler

f; Hears WMS ProgramMrs. Convention I To Wed K. B. SandsThe
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p Wayne Ludldm; Roger Simonson; intake pipe farther out into the
John'C. W. S. Evans and Mrs. lake, for use of its dredge to dig a W. K. (Hank) Aldridge, presi- engagement of Miss Lc ih
i' Vandegrift; and Jimmy Charles D. Stewart presented a boat slip connecting with the dent-elect of the Pahokee Rotary Annette Butler, daughter of Mrs.
Next la Star and in this
,; t Vandegrift.
'. program on "Our Missionary luanching ramps at the waterfrontthe Club, gave a report on the Rotary Sally Butler of Pahokee, to Ken-
group we have six boys: David Youth" at the June meeting the cost not to exceed $200. Other International Convention, which he neth Booth Sands, son' of Mr. and
:c Beede; Bruce Boynton; Joe Graham lone Patterson Circle, Canal Point
; i I proposed work by the dredge for attended in Miami Beach, at last Mrs. Lionel K. Sands of Belle
'," ,. ; John Pen; Skeets Boe and I I I Baptist WMS, held at the home of improvement of harbor facilities, weeks Thursday' luncheon meetingof Glade, has been announced by her,
Mead Maxwell. Now First Class
; Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux with :Mrs. J. the Club. He was introducedby mother. .
recommended the Chamber of
by
I which also has six boys: Eugene D. Latham in charge of the devo- Commerce, was not approved by President C. E. (Bill) Williams. The bride-elect, a graduate of
Cooper; Harry Cunningham; Dennis tionals. It was announced Mrs. J. Others from Pahokee who attended
k the Council because funds for this Pahokee High School, Class of 1960
Martin; Charles W. Pell, Jr.; E. Williams will be hostess to
mem- the convention were Dr. and member of the Junior Classi-
i work were not set up in the current was a
: Billy M. Sheffield and John Rob-. bers of the circle at the next meet- budget Mrs. E. C. Johnson Mr. and Mrs.C. cal League for three years, a class

bins.thfs Then comes Second Class and ing at her home, July 11. I j I :It was voted to change the traffic L. Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Joe officer during her third and,four-
f six Michael
in group boys: .
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light at the intersection of Bar- Alderman, Robert O. Lamps, O. B. th years and superlatives editor of
James Crauswell
Awbrey; ; Buddy Summer Program I field Highway and East Main St. McClure and B. A. Belcher. I this. year's edition of the school's
. 1 Olson; Cal Spooner; Jim Tyson;,. _1::.
from a to caution, yearbook.Mr. .
stop light a light
Dorsey Thompson. Now the first -
t. p rank of Tenderfoot and we have (continued from page 1) through the summer months. Film On Trees Is Sands graduated from Belle

four of these: Joe Hatton m; Bill Howard will make the class assign- The occupational license fee fora Shown For LionsA Glade High School in 1957 and''at-

" Irla; Eddie McHenry; Michael San- ments and serve as instructor. coin-operated laundry, a new tended Massey's Business Collegein

,, ders. Now this first rank of Ten- Coach Web Pell will be in chargeof business that' recently opened at film on Florida trees and their Jacksonville. At present he Is
", the registration of the older the corner of Bacom Point Road employed by the Chill-Vac Corp.,
derfoot, which seems a long way care was shown by Curtis Chase
children, who plan to participatein and Rardin Avenue, was set at $35a Belle Glade.
back after you 'reach Life but at and Paul Collier, members of the
.. the time it; was so important. You the recreation program, at the I year. .Pahokee Lions Club, at the week- Plans are being made for a late
, are scared to death at that first gymnasium. Activities will include The Council voted to invite Cur- ly dinner meeting of the Canal I June wedding in Atlanta, Ga., following -

Board of Review, your knees trampoline instruction, basketball, tis Chase, manager of the Florida Point Lions Club. They also distributed -I which the couple will resids
ping pong, Softball, tennis, bad- Power and Light Company, to appear fat I
a knock but afer it is over you leaflets which listed dif Fort Valley, Ga.
' mihdon weightlifting at the next meeting for a dia- ,.
. horseshoes, aa>-
wonder why you were so scared. ferent kinds of shade trees most
i Mr. Simonson, the chairman is the checkers and various group games. cussion of the radio antenna which suitable for Florida homes. J. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Watson have \

same fellow'you waved to on the Mrs. Robert Woofter will direct was installed at the top of the Repper presided in the absence W.I as a guest their niece Miss Sarah
the physical education activitiesfor city's water tank on the State Anne Moore of Register Ga.
street yesterday Coach Pell didn't President James Gibson. ,
", the elementary school childrenon Market Road for use by his com- I I (
4 scare you a bit at school nor did I
Mr. Hugo Boe when you saw him the school grounds Mondays, pany.
around town but somehow they Wednesdays and Fridays, from -- II t : I : : : : : : t I f: : : : I : : II 1 tIt U tIt 11111 ,\

,.' look different sitting on that first 8:30 to 11:30 a. m., and Tuesdaysand Two Students Write

Board of Review. Last but,certain' Thursdays, from 1 to 4:30 p. m. THEATREPRINCE \
E s ly not least we have six registered Mrs. Fern Frank will be instructor Original Poems

:' candidate scouts who of the arts and crafts -
towards that first rank are and working they classes at the elementary school I Two graduates of the Pahokee RI N C E LAKE DRIVE-IN r

Mondays through Fridays, from 2 High Class of 1960, Samilee Lat
are: Ronnie Bracewell; Jimmy
Glade Road !
Pahokee-Belle
5 ham and Blanchard Branch, wrote Pahokee .
to p. m. The elementary school
Holmah Kenneth
; Jinright; Ray I ,
Jinright; Louis D. Magnett and library will be open' Mondays original poems that_ were,accepted ., -" -- -. ..". -
for in the National 2 BIG FEATURES !
from 8:30 publication
, Glenn Stewart. See you boys at the through Fridays, a. m.
I.... to 1 p. m. High School -Anthology of Poetry SUNDAY-MONDAY-TDESDAI'SUNDAYMONDAYTUESDAY
Board
next of Review to' get your -
'first rank. A science workshop will be held according to Mrs. Phara Morris, JUNE 19-20-21( .

-Reported by Wayne Ludlam in Room 5 of the elementary member of the PHS faculty. Each JUNE 192021"SINK
'THE BEST OF
will receive certificate of award
a
school, hours of activity to be an-
f AT THE HOSPITAL nounced on' registration day. from the NHSAP. THE EVERYTHING"BISMARCK
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Patients at the Everglades Me- Mrs. Charlotte Walston and Mrs. '
HOPE LANGE, STEPHEN BOYD
I Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Collins hadas
morial Hospital Tuesday included Alma Burr will direct activities at
guests over the weekend her AND SUZY PARKER
John Chandler, R. D. Sappington the Canal Point School -WITHKENNETH -
,',' Mrs. Inez Davis,.Mrs.,Ronnie Ray- sister, Mrs. Latiner Farr of Wau- MORE AND ALSO -
chula and and'niece, Mr.
t burn, Mrs. Glenda Broome, Jessie Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Major have nephew DANVYNTER. Battle Flame"
and Mrs.. Latimer Farr, Jr., of
York, Mrs. Vivian Stamp, Ralph returned to their: summer home L'11
Higgins, Matilda Holly and Mrs. Greenwood, S. C., after spending i Ocala. III I 1 1 f I I I : : I I 1 I : I 1 lit 1 : 1.I : : t I I lIt : I I : '#'1 : : I.t [ :+=++

Sarah Wingate. the season in Pahokee.

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