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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 24, 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 24,19'60", : \ .>D WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN

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EXPANSION PLAN Warren Awarded Repper. -DegreeWarren Is 2 RETREAD ROAD JOBS


Repper son of, Mr. and
Mrs..J. W pepper of Canal Point

> MAY HIT CANAL POINTA and Chapter a member, Future Farmers of the of Pahokee America IN UPCOMING BUDGET


I n"-. . . . _ __ ___ ____ was awarded, State Farmer . .
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degree ,at the State FFA Conven-
special dispatch oiit'Of Clewis-(Streets Lights OILs: tion in Daytona Beach. A superior Court Of Awards I Two heavily traveled roads in
ton says that US Sugar Corp. Pres- chapter rating was awarded to the the Everglades section of Palm ,
Another Year
EndsYear's Work
For
ident Harry T. Vaughn and offi- I Pahokee FFA.: Representing Che Beach county win get retread .

cials Savannah.Sugar Refin Pahokee FFA Chapter at the convention treatment during the coming State
lave to Canal Point was assured of streetlights : Pahokee Girl Scout Troop 164 .
ery undertaken a study were Johnny Kautz; retir- Road Department budget year, according -
determine the feasibility of building for'another year this week ing chapter:president; Calvin Wat- completed a year of activities at a to, County Commission
a joint refining facility at Ca- when members of the 'Lions. Club son, David Fountain, James Veal court of awards in which Mary 'Chairman Paul Rardin. The roads
nal Point. This is the first official completed collecting voluntary and N. R. Norman, chapter advis' Lee Adams Connie "Bacon, Lin !are: SR15 (US 441) 'from Pahokee
word proposed expansion by the funds to keep the lights on. The or. da Douglas Susan Graham, Penny to Belle Glade and Five miles of
Sugar Company though rumors funds have been collected by the 1 Pennington and Willola Tyson I SR700 (Conners Highway) 'east
have been rife for many months I Lions Club since inception of the were advance to first class rank. from Canal Point.

that something of this sort was in' program several years ago when Louise Busbee and Glenda Webb ,Chairman, Rardin was directly
the. making. I the club entered into a contract 1.000ACRES were advanced Jto second class I I instrumental in getting these two

It is known that company officials -" with the Power Company for the rank. I jobs in the upcoming SRD budget

directed workmen many streetlights.AT Badges for various, activitieswere because he insisted that they be
weeks ago to make soundings and HOSPITAL- awarded to Patti Bins Andrea done When the State said there
; drive test piling at Bryant in an THE $600,000.00 Funderburk, Mary Lee Adams would be no primary funds for the
effort to find but first hand about Among the patients at the Everglades Connie Bacon, Louise Busbee retread Jobs, Rardin suggested and

conditions ,as they prevail shoulda Memorial Hospital Wednes- Linda Douglas; Susan Graham, his suggestion was followed by the

new sugar mill or refinery be day 'were R. D. Sappington; Mrs. A recent laad sale of great interest Marilyn Mock, Penny Pennington State Road Board, that the two- .
built at the Bryant plantation of Inez Davis, Thomas Dean, :Mrs.. to the area was that of the Betty Story Willola. Tyson and I I jobs be completed out of secondary
the UT S. Sugar Corp. Cresa Lairsey Vance Tripp, .Mrs. Chastain Brothers fertile Okee- Glenda. Webb. Each Girl Scout re- road funds. The secondary road
At present sugar 'cane grown in Audrey Jones, Jesse York, Earl lanta ,Sugar 'Refinery in which ceived a gold star for the success- fund is spent by the State Road
the eastern division with offices Plank Mrs;: Ednera :Million and S. finest ful completion of the Scout year. Department at the suggestion and
Glades
V 1,000 acres, of the r..1
'k at Canal: Point is shipped to theY P. Slonaker. farm land \MagJtt.hy the ... direction of the county commission. j
,.. : sugar mill at Clewiston over the I ferns, .$690,966.00. The Pahokee to Belle Glade retread I
., Florida East: Coast Railway where R tiQIUin sugar The concern land,,located, ertt of:Canal. Funeral ervicesikFors. },'J job 4a estimated to cost in .!

L- it is',converted into raw'auga/an4\ ecr >, ,I *: fa. Jtfityn. as' ;- 'J ..' t e.TXSighterhpod of_ $100,000.00. !.i "x..- ;
r then la:& ppe d=toVlfee-rp jjeyy- rt.. c i' the"Sand Cot>section;was owned : 'Grab -, The 'retreaS- lrpm:Oiji ar'P6in: **on : : :... .
Savannah for processing.. ProVing io 1 ax' :bStahton Chastain, Anderson : Conner, Highway east for five

Vaughn said the actual pickingof Chastain, and/ Oscar Chastain, I miles is estimated to cost around !
the site would' be a,part of the far !
$60,000.00.
The sugar concern Is busy mak- Funeral services Mrs. Laura
and that if built the new Swimming classes, teaching beginners -
survey Other roads in the Everglades
ing preparations to plant sugar Jane Gray, 78, of Pahokee were
t refinery would serve this entire how to swim and improving In
i section of the county were put
cane'on the newly acquired acre- held at the Pahokee First Metho-
sugar-growing area. the skill of I those who, can age. dist Church Thursday at 1:30 p. m., first class condition under the /
At present raw sugar from the swim, are proving to be one of .'- with ,the Rev. T. C. Osteen, pastor, SRD's last year's budget. Retreads >'
.' area is sent to Savannah for refin- the most popular activities for the were put on the south-half of SR-

r -- ing. U. S. Sugar ships between, children of the Pahokee-Canal Last Rites For officiating.Mrs.. Gray, a pioneer resident of 717 from the East Shore Pump
t '" 10OOO and 135,000 tons annuallyand Point area in the Summer recrea- Pahokee, died at the Everglades through Chosen to SR80. A little
the Okeelanta Sugar Co. ships and program of than miles of SR80
tion enrichment more seven
Thomas I. Dean: Memorial Hospital Tuesday evening ...
around 40,000 tons Vaughn said. the, County Board of Public In- after a brief illness. She came I from Six Mile Bend east was re-

-.. struction. Coach W D. (Bill) Howard '- to Pahokee with her family .from. I treaded last year putting that bad

Short Course Has I! serving as swimming Instructor I Thomas L. Dean, 71, of Pahokee Lynchburg Tenn., in 1924. stretch of road in .first class con-

I;t' I I reports 130 children are participating died at the .Everglades Memorial urvivors include four sons, Jakeof I dition.

365 Boys Enrolled 88 in beginners 'classes, ;Hospital Wednesday moaning aftera Alva Fla., Joe of Miami, Rob- ...
30 in, intermediate and swimmers short illness. ert of Sarasota and Cecil; three
,ll' groups and 12 in a Junior life-sav- Mrs. Jack of I Fishing--
Over 3654-H boys from all over '' Glades daughters, Spencer Hunting
A, resident of 'the area
class. Plans made to
the State of Florida met at Gaines- ing are being Pahokee, Mrs. Nell Ramage of Orlando -
."' swim teams in the ad since 1938, he had been employedas
organize and Mrs. Ruth Newsome of
ville fora week short
one course. ,
with _an operator at the Pahokee ,"BiscnssionTopics
vanced classes to compete I
This course has many' purposes it West Palm Beach; two sisters,
waterworks plant for the. past few
I from Belle Glade and Clew- I
teams
will* introduce them to the many Mrs..Minnie Gray of Detroit, Mich.,
in field of iston, he said. years. and Mrs. Mama Franklin of Ox-
opportunities the agriculture ,
WEST PALM BEACH Two
the He is survived by his wife, Dom- : .
In band instruction
acquaint them with the programat mie -six SoDS Lester and Cecil of ford, Ala., and 15 grandchildren. I. to discuss the .
the Band Building a class of 40 ; ,. ubUc'meetings. ,
Campus of the University of Flora Pallbearers were O. B. McClure,
?. ,;;*fI Ida, give them intensive training I beginners the largest in recent Pahokee, Carl X of Belle Glade of Marvin Cowart, Duncan Padgett, hunting and fishing regulations for
E.
is Bandmaster" Winston of Key Wst.Carl 1960-61 will be held in the Game
years, :'reported by Batchelorand
c in various fields of agriculture and R. J. Schroder Morris
** s" ; hortlcultw.e. and give'them an Robert O. Lampi, who is ,directingthej Fort Myers and. James of South Claude.PadgetL I and Fresh Water Fish Comm1ssion's -
? -;Vx 'op-I instruc- Bay;, three daughters, vMrs., Ruby
during
rogram and acting as Everglades Region
it. portunity to participate in Burial was at Port Mayaca C m-
t-"'.:'. .;.. work on a state level. tor. In addition, ,approximately 25advanced Maloy of Belle Glade, "Mrs. Eunice etery. -, June stated Louis F.; Gainey. ; Re
"" Hubble and Baker .
Mjrs. Florence :
band students taking -
are gional Manager.
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: < :t. :7-"', The boys who attended_from :Palm short BeachCounty i 'part in the program, the number both of Homestead;' a brother, J. The first of these meetings will
: course: '
Dean of Thoniston, Ga., and 14
fluctuating as students leave be held at the Immokalee High
were: Neil Walker and Phillip I WEATHERAt .. .
:. :Mansfield from* South Bay, Joe: and return from vacation, he said. grandchildren. .... School Auditorium on June 28th at
& .. Graham from Pahokee, Walter. Children from four schoolS Belle Funeral arrangements v. .- will be. U. S. Sugar Plant Field 8:00 P. M.
Glade South Pahokee and announced, later.Pahokee The second will be held
Parker from Canal Point; Ronald Bay, -AII. Station at.,,Canal Point. meeting I
.< Bean, Steven .Snodgrass, Mike Canal Point, sixth through ninth Date Temp. Rainfall June*29th, at 8:00 P. M.: in Miami,
_. T "- Gilley, Graham Hayes, Lewis Rus- grades; are participating in the Lions Hear max. min. inches at the clubhouse of the Sports-

-; som, Harry Labaddrf Rodney Hat: Glades-wide Remedial Reading New Methoilist' PastorA June 15 95 70 .00 men's Club of Dade County. This .
:' .. taway from Lake Worth, and Will, classes at the Pahokee Elementary June 16 89 68 .37 clubhouse la located at 1200 N. W.

rt v.,. .. iam A. England, John Vallee, Bur- School. Mrs Evelyn Lair is con- June 17 91 68, .08 South River Drive. \
ton Ashton West Palm Beach. ducting ''these classes, .which have talk, on "Specialization" was June 18 90 69 1.12 These-meetings are held each
from
,r. '. The club members were accompanied -. (continued_ _on page 8) given by the Rev. 'T. C. Osteen, June 19 90 71 .00 year for the public and are designed
t., this to the University v- new pastor of the First :Methodist June 20 84 71 1.25 to hear .recommendations from
} on trip VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL- Church, at the weekly luncheon the forth-
f. of Florida M. U. Mounts, Coun-} June 21 88 70 .80 interested sportsmen for
-\ ty Agricultural by Agent, Charles)DISPLAY WORKS OF ART meeting of the Pahokee Lions Club. Normal June rainfall 8.29 coming year. ,'Gainey said. \
-- He was introduced 'by Earl Mer-
June 1960 rainfall to date 5.32. I
t.n- Tucker and Raleigh 'Griffis. On Friday, the last day of the edith, program chairman-. Duncan - I

'.t' very successful Vacation Bible Padgett and D. B. "Mathis were B. ELLIOTT OUT OF HOSPITALB TO VISIT ALABAMA j
<<1: ;: John Norman four-year-old. School at the danal Point Methodist named co-chairman in charge "of Elliott of Pahokee,, formerspeaker : Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dobrow i
of Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Norman was: Church, the pupils presenteda the club's concession at Pahokee's and two children will leave next
} ,' *" a patient over the weekend ,at th special program for their pare Fourth of July celebration the of the Florida House ol: week for Wetumpka Ala., where

4' Everglades M e m 0'Y i a Hospital. entsnd had on display works of Canal.Point dub to'be joint sponsor Representatives, returned Sundayto they will visit Mrs. Dobrow's
'r H:: ... where he received treatment for a art and craft which they did at the of the concession. the home of his. sister, Mrs. mother Mrs. M. D. Logan. They
'" I 3129 NW 2nd l will be by Mrs. Lera
severe cut on the mouth which h e i school. Refreshments were serv ed. Juahita McCarty, accompanied
r;?<.. suffered while at play at his home.; There was an: enrollment of 97 in Mrs. Jack Barwick is visitingher Ave., Lake Worth, after tW J Richardson, a sister of Mrs. 'Dob-

'i \ :. Several;stitches'.'were required tc I the school, according,to Mrs.,W. E.. sister Mrs. Ruth Yarborough*' months of treatment at Duke Hos. row. They plan to be away from
V. closer the cut, 'A ': Blackwell, superintendent. afUmatiQa. thiS'we k. .M" pital.for a serious illness. Pahokee for a couple of weeks.
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Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida ... Friday, June 24, 1960 :

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, Statewide Contests r ville Douglas Stanton, \.J,;antonme -I Public Lodging Is

t; .Herbert Morgan, Tallahassee -
o Featured Florida 4HBoys' ;' John D. Kaylor, Ft ''Meade; On Increase In State

and Corky Gaines, Bradenton.I I'
Short CourseGAINESVILLE
JL : They were selected on the basis. of TALLAHASSEE State Rest-

1 ) v Several' iinrortant \'jan i examination early in the week. aurant and Hotel Commissioner

-i Twenty-five boys and girls com- Richard
llKtIl held! Edgerton says public lodg-
state contests were
jpeted for places on the state 4-H?ing establishments in Florida have
last woel: as over 400 Florida 4HClub I I
dairy Six
cattle team.
judging increased at rate of
a nearly xthree
in the 41st
: II annual boys State participated Boys' 4-H Club Short, chosen for additional training were a day during the first six months j
'Herbert Morgan Tallahassee; Les- of 1960.
at Flor
I Course' the University of lie Diaz -Tampa; Barbara Forshee
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I t Edgerton noted that there are
" __ ida.Glen and, James Balcom, Jacksonville;
w I Tisdale, Cottage Hill, won ;Joint Wilson DeLand; and Brenda now 41,482 lodging places in the
title in the Sunshine State an all-time high.
top honors and the state I Dennison, Orlando.
public speaking contest. His speechon This is, an increase of 454 busi-
The Rardin Building In Canal Point FloridaTHE 4 A four-person team will be se-i Jan. 1.
I the value of the timber industryto nesses over
'lected from 'these finalists to -
: 'LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OFTHE the South won..him the Florida: j Florida in national represent The number of rental units avail
Farm Bureau Federation Trophy. I'I compeI able in public lodging establish-
tition at Waterloo Iowa in October.
: Runnersup' were. in order, ments increased to 434,393 a jumpof
NEWSServing I *'!
EY&RfLADES John Jakubein. Slavia. won the
i. I \ Charles Coflin, Odessa; Jimmy 6,804 for the six-month' period.
state tractor contest
Yarborough, ,Arcadia; Billy Lock- operator's Restaurants licensed by the com":
, the Lake Q Okeechobee Fanning Region:Without over a,. ,field ,of nine other district
C
hart, St. Augustine; and Roy Mes- mission the same period
Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years winners. Second and third place' during
serf Lake City. reached 17,400 according to Edgerton. -
k Established March 11 1924 '' Published honors went to Tommy Prator,
Every Friday
i William A. England, West Palm This is an increase of 85 over

t Subscription Price $2.00 Year'In Advance : Beach, won first place in the 4-H: Callahan, and Tom.Carter, Jay. the Jan. 1 figure. Seating capacityfor
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good reading' lamp making pro these restaurants rose to 805-
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn
gram. Second and third place hon-.f Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Andersonwere 335, an increase of 16,583 seats.

Canal Polntj Florida, as Second Class Matter ors went to Steve Baker, Milton, hosts Friday night at a card .

" Paul Rardin -. Owner, Editor, Publisher and Harold Trujillo, Gainesville. I party at. their home on Bacom Mrs. Evie Keen will return to
Five boys were named recipientsof Point Road honoring; their son-in- her home In' Canal Point this week

' Control Chinch Bugs Suzanne Morgan the 1960 Florida Banker's AsSo-I Jaw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. after undergoing surgery In Belle'

ciation $100 scholarship. Winners Luther Collier of Cantonment. Two Glade Memorial Hospital in Belle

: Prevent Damage To Honored At PartyMrs. were William J. Platt, IH, Gaines-i tables of cards were in play. Glade Florida.Phone .

i. St. Augustine Grass -.or- .
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l-' Claud Morgan'entertained I
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at the home of Mrs. J. T. Boynton !
i GAINESVILLE--With summer
with a graduation luncheon honor-
weather here again, Flor-
officially ,
ing her daughter, Miss Suzanne
_, ida homeowners are warned of the I it
Morgan, and 21 other girls of the
'/ of chinch bugs the annual
presence U I'
t Pahokee High School Class of : t ,
threat to St. Augustinegrass lawnsin 1960. {

the state. The graduation 'theme was 'carried .
Dr. S. H. Kerr, assistant ento
out in the luncheon arrangements : 511 Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade
. urologist with the Florida Agricultural by miniature diploma Invitation -, ,


7 chinch Experiment bugs have already Station been reports active : tree. Tiers, and.of a fluted unique milk diploma glass II : ,1 SALES and SERVICE .;, I

in south Florida for some time, .
and
white hibiscus with
topped
,i1 and northern residents should keep HeatingAir Conditioning Appliances !
* miniature graduates formed the I \ I
close watch for the pests.If _
centerpiece of the luncheon table. :

chinch bugs are present, control Mrs. Morgan was assisted in the "'V-'fNJ , should be started
measures
entertainment by her sister, Mrs. .
Dr. Kerr be surer ., .
immediately.
says
Fred ,Newman of Cooper, Texas. 9
( chinch bugs are actually'present &. 4
/ before making insecticides treat- 1 ; yM. 1'd

::. ments. He says a lot of money is Pensacola Girl Is

: needlessly spent each year becouse I

people assume, almost every lawn I

ailment is caused by this insect. New President Of I II

Chinch bug controls must be I f I

carefully used if, ,they are to be State 4-H CouncilT
effective he adds. A simple and vin-!

' j expensive piece of eQuipment'for 11 4 ? <

'* a home gardener is a Jar attachment HASS,0 Sharon:

l' to .a garden ,hose., Use, the Christian, 'Pensacola, isthe new -.

type which delivers a coarse spray' 1960r61 president'of the State 4-tt: \ "y gs?3R. 5ea

and a large amount of water. Club Girls', Council. She was elect- ? Z k .'t' .' i .r I

Better control is obtained if the ed at the final session of the 45th {

lawn is moist when the insecticide annual 4-H
short course held at the
treatment is applied. This aids in- Florida State University. \

the spread and penetration of the
.Other officers elected and now 4 i _
insecticide into the turf mat. *
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serving are Evelyn Jones, Sarasota 1 A N
Recommended insecticides for %{
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vice president: ; Betty York, !
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)' home gardeners now include DDT p.
-" ,Winter Garden ,3
:' recording secretary -
V-C 13 and Trithion..
Diazi9-on. Renda k4'
; Prevatt, McAlpin, "*
Mixtures of DDT BHC
plus ar3com.mOIt' ':
corresponding secretary; Judy
x lawn pest insecticides in 'W' 4..r Q"ia4fD : irq .d
Tripp' West Hollywood, treasurer; h'k
t i. Florida stores. DDT
":- nqrth garden Silvia Campen, Waldo historian;

;* has lost much of its effectivenessin .... ,
and Carolyn Thornhill, Winter, Yfa 1 y" ;E ,gi'fBYi %
some southern parts of the state 1a-1 ,>. s$.i ti r'J
ven, parliamentarian. :: y v S F3L' 5 q :
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and one of the other materials _. I
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state delegates to the council d' $ 44 4
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be'us d for b4a ;
should consistently i
... good,results. are Susie Hudson, ,Alford; ,Katherine -I r ,
DavidsonMorlticello
: ; and-Sally
" Detailed information' on chinch Hutchinson...Doctor's Inle..t.At .. I II
bug control is contained In I .
\ Agricultural the. annual awards { .Yea
programLaura o
Extension ;
Service Circu-
Ann Higginson, Zephyrhills, .
lar 181, Lawn Pest Control Guide. .received, the Danforth "American ,
This is free to Florida ,residents : '
I Youth ''Foundation Award" which
and describes and control
damage
t provides for .two weeks trainingat
for all.major.:.lawn.:pests Circular a leadership training
camp
381 scan, be obtained from your I Stony .Lake, Michigan.Margaret .

'.:' 'county.the Florida'agricultural: Agricultural,agent.Extension or'.from I.I I 'H9 I1 es,_lOna: receivedthe : .- l ENJOY COOL COMFORT: .. ; .

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_Pfizer Scholarship given to a .
Service, University of Florida ;
:
Gainesville ,1 college junior who has taken home ,. .,-'

,-.. .. :demonstration courses and expectsto .;: iX.
-- f.i.afr. be a home demonstration agent It used to be "come.ani.sitin.thesbade,! onvthe porch. Now it's 'coma s

and Mrs.-W@an. R.. ,(Bill) ...
with the Agricultural extension inside and enjoy cool comfort.- .
Hajtton? :.arei,returning Vthis week I Service. t

from-Fort Lee/Va., where they The Florida Banker's Association AW 'CfljtDITJONINS, will make 'your home a haven from.summer/a=heat' .
; \ ,weeks,pvhilahe .
spent .t yo- .was attending -.
.the,summetninllcgcampof.the ; \ Award Peirce. went to Cynthia J.Farina,Ft. and humidity. It w J.,1lQ d'ypur.ho with.cool,>filtered k. J'eDOV8r. '
I
>U..S, Army.Reserve.: More than 500 4H girls from 53 excess moisture--lower; the humidity, end help prevent tn Tdew./JjDcks. f

I Florida counties attended the and road noises. You'll sleep better awake refreshed '
'IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S *NAND out,dust,: insects i.I i.
'T0 'PALM T8KACH:'COGNTY, week-long short course and council the ,
live in cool comCort-'through .h9.ttestJJl1mwPr. days. '\ iI
FLORIDANo.. 1492 I meeting sponsored by the Florida ,, l
2 I'"R$ .'THK' ffiTA'IJi OP Stat and the I'f;
: : I University Agricul.I 'FANS
:I8AAOPOBTBR. RQB5BT3. : II I I .TMMERM.AniC.OT' -WINDOW YEHTttATmQ are other wonderful aids to ,
tural Extension Service. .
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NOTICE DECEASED OP FIlING 'rI TftiON t FOBFTNM.DISCHABG6OVEUCUTBIC I 't- _cool summertime comfort., These powerful? fans pull in..cooling fresh f.. 11,

Notice .hereby, gtrenttiat; 1. have, GRAVESIDE SERVICES i breezes, "in motion," as'hot sticky indoor air.is forced out. t :-f "!'

Tiled my final returns as lEteoatrlz of Graveside services for the infant -! l'

the ceased estate: that of I Isaac have Porter filed Roberta my petition- daughter of Mr.' and Mrs Don't wait until your house runs a temperature. -.:- j'

tor final discharge,and that onthe.5th Robert Peaden of Pahokee were I
day ef July. I960. I-will"apply to, 'the I I held ,at the PorfMayaca'Cemetery See your electrical appliance dealer now. !
Honorable Richard P. Robbins ;
;: County .
Judge,ot Palm Beach QuJ1tJ'.P1or1c1a. Monday at 1, p.' m.. with the Rev. :'
I for approval of said final returns and John H.. Kinard pastor of the 1
for an order for final discharge as Executrix r
of the estate .of Isaac Porter Church of God of Prophecy offici '

:Roberts.Th1a. ating.The,baby died at'.birth": at'the FLORIDA POWER : & -G' .
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MADELENB/CExecutrix. .aoBBRTS Everglades:;Memorial Hospital Sun- .

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Mr. and Mrs. Philip Maxson and Dr. and Mrs. Harlan Sears and

Governor Sees Too daughters and his brother George daughters, Cindy, Becky and Angle -

I II [ PERSONAL NEWS NOTES I! Maxson, have returned from a visit have returned to their home at

', Much Control with their brother-in-law and sist- West Point, Miss., after a visit
er, Mr. 'and Mrs. Ponce McDonald with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.

at St. Petersburg. H. Sears, at Canal Point.
The Rev. and Mrs. Robert A. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo, Boe and sons I TALLAHASSEE Gov. LeRoy

Shelley and daughter Lisa, visited were recent guests of her parents Collins says the cry is raised con- ---------' -

relatives In Fort Lauderdale this Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mitchell, in I stantly for more business principles

week. Winter Haven. in government. But he said I tf FLORIDA COUNI
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer :Maxson, accompanied Mrs Helen Schroder plans to i private industry could not operate 1 Safai :

by their' nephew Rob- leave Monday to spend the summer I successfully with the rigidity that I II

ert Keith Parker of West Palm with relatives in 'pennsYlvania: is imposed upon government.The ,

-.... Beach, left this week for a two and Massachusetts. !I Governor's complaint re- :

weeks' vacation at Asheville; N. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gary and family ,-I sulted from ERNANDO
I a request from the
HOME: OF THE HXCEIINE
C.Mr. of Marianna will arrive this]I Florida Citrus Commission for exceptions COUNTYCounty
anti Mrs. Delmar L. Hooks week end to attend the wedding of: to the five per cent limit
had as guests over the weekend their son Lt. Cary to :Miss Corrine 1 1I Seat,
I 1 imposed upon pay raises for state
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. I Collins. The Carys will be guestsof employes by the Legislature. Brooksville
and Mrs. Bob Harris, and familyof their sister and family, Mr..and i
Budget Director G. J
Harry Smith
MIs. J. V. Thomas.
West Palm Beach and their son,
opposed the request for raises for
John Howard Hooks of Miami. Mrs. J. V. Thomas has arrived :
marketing representatives who ..
Mrs. Edna Brandon, former Pa- home from a visit with her.,father .
promote sale of Florida citrus
,hokee resident now living in West Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lee in Mariannaand pro-
ducts in out-of-state markets.
Palm Beach visited friends here Mr. and Mra E.-G. Kilpatrickin ,
Smith said 12
of the 14 persons
the pasts week. Lakeland. _
had been granted raises last
Mr. and Mrs. Will A. Nason of Mrs. C. B.-Jones and Alton left year. /
Noaction was taken by the State
West Palm Beach visited her par- Wednesday for a vacation with
Cabinet.The .
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxson, at sons and families in Griffin,
Canal Point Sunday., Georgia and Charlotte, North cabinet later authorized the I

f Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Turbeville i Carolina. Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation ..++.. rw r.
visited their cuosin, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Paul Rardin has returnedto program to seek a grant from the I

Dennis Mullis, at Boynton Beach her home after several days U. S. Department of Health, Education II .. ..
over the weekend. visit with her Mother, Mrs. W. O. and Welfare to finance a I '

Strickland in Glennville, Georgia. special study of rehabilitation of Hailed as "The Home of the Tangerine and Famous

DRIFT AND REEFFISHING Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Kepp left alcoholics. I Weekiwachee Spring Hernando County has nearly
Thursday for two weeks trip in Cabinet members also authorized -: every type of Florida soil within its boundaries. Agriculture

Canada. a contract for constructionof i provides a main source of income supplemented -
I J. E. Cochran returned to nis f School, for Girls at Ocala and purchased -I. Hillsborough County and later a part of Benton
home Wednesday after visiting 25 County, its present boundaries were established in about
I new patrol cars for the
DAILY i30 A.M, n* 1:30 PMON with his sori and family. Mr. and Florida Highway Patrol. 1873. The Brooksville area, settled before the Civil War,
THISim Mrs. Buddy Cochran in Homestead.: = ,- I is now County Seat. Gulf, lakes and rivers provide a
'round festival of fishing fun.
'year
Mrs. Ed DeLoach left the firstof I
Mr. and Mrs. Wilder and
Edgar
In progressive Hernando County and throughout
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the week to Join her family in daughters are spending a vacation Florida, the United States Brewers Foundation works ,

BLUE HERON DOCKS South Carolina for the summer. with her parents, Dr. and Mrs.I constantly to maintain the sale of beer and ale under

BlUE HERON BlVD Mr. and Mrs. Alex Johnson had Glenn Bennett, at Hendersonville, pleasant, orderly conditions. Believing that strict law
I RIVIERA BEACH as guests Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy N. C. I enforcement serves the best interest of the people of

Pierce and son, Tom, of Franklin, .. Florida, the Foundation stresses close cooperation with I
VICTOR I the Armed Forces law enforcement and governing .of
43573Classified :
I Ky. Tom is a classmate of the Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Boe and fam-
ficials. I IBEIt
Johnson's son, Neely, at Georgia. ily have as a house guest Miss Bar-

Institute of Technology. bara Childers of Tallahassee.Mrs. = :
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Ads and children visited her mother: Olive Adams has returned LIGHT BiUjSHTBEVERAGE z

I r Mrs. C. B. Jones, and brother, Alton after spending a week with her r: 203 Florid N.Mate D4W.e scent
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I II. I W. Jones, in Canal Point while daughter, Mrs. Stevens and daughter ,OF MODERATION s'ou Q o rlMida
f I. HAD A VISITOR? Give 2661 a he was on leave from the U. S. Pam In West Palm Beach. .- "

t.'" ring and let us know' about it Army in, being transferred from .

i and we will be happy to put the Fort Jackson, S. C., to the Army's

t '. item in our personal,news Aberdeen Proving Grounds in
L Of course, there is, NO I I Maryland. They also visited his
COlumn.j
.,., w Thanks. The Everglades brother, ,. Edgar Johnson, :and.family ,.
IS YOUR CLUB OR' at Clewiston and"his
group family
meeting this week? We would bej,.A. E Funderburk, and" flctwofaProthIsewP :
:Pahokee.
glad to know' about it and will use tit

as a news item if you'll ''just I i Mr. and Mrs.. Ray Cook (Eathell

give us a ring at 2661. Thanks. : Mix) of Pahokee announce the .

The Everglades News. There is no i birth of a daughter, Rebecca Anne,
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charge, of course.:, i at the Everglades Memorial. Hospital M' .. I .....
June 18,. .. '.J ...c, 1l. :- .
, IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION past II Mr.-and Mrs. Billy Sizemore ...., : : }, .
due? If you're going on (Bernice Honeycutt) of Pahokee .1: i7."" -'
y tion let us have a check : ."" ,,c.
the birth of
vaca-I I announce a son. Billy ... _a ._
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F;; your paper for one year. ,.morial Hospital, June 17. "":.- ". cy !. .
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FOR SALE: New and usecj Willys
Celebrate The 4th
Walter 4b
Jeeps. Ashley's Garage :
in Belle Glade, Phone S058.
Oct. 17.54-ch. BONITA SPRINGS little bit
of Hawaii will come to Southewest \. -
PRINTING OF ALL KINDS. If .0'f
: Florida during the July 4th holiday -

you need cards, envelopes, letterheads 1 when this Collier County com f'

statements, bill heads, handbills munity salutes the entrance of our

or something In the printingline i 50th state into the Union. ?

just step to the phone and can I The residents of Bonita Springswill Sure, s1i ', a grand old flag r. '-y

The Everglades News at Canal I stage an Hawaiian Luau in all That's why we salute her.That' F a. G
Point, No 2661 We'are' pertain: Its traditions as-a' estur&bf friendliness \
,why we'pledge allegiance to her.
producing excellent printing and to: itSjnew neighbor:
r' our prices are .in IiPAe without,-of other side;pf".the .work].. ." '..- ', Tliat pledge:: in:its simplest terms; 4 'M "f. ;'
,- town printers who come to the "There will lie Native danctng: : f another way'of saying"Count me :\y t'.; ;4I'

Glades for printing business.Please competitive*bontests and plenty: .of Ifc You're my country and I love you -.

t give us a can. Phone.26 .i. >t. .g, gold food,in the Luau tradition. need you. Your problemS' r J sand ? -.
HaWaiian riiusic will be featured i : my problems, *nd rin'wUh you :J
RUBBER HOSE More;' thanfa andthe : 2 .
j rs'wm wear grass all the way. ;, 1
million feet in stock prices below skirts. e I
I Your country'.biggest K i
jobbers costs, garden hose and Industrial single
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Bonita residents I
Springs :are plan- r' y
problem is the perpetual responsibilityfor '
hose for every service. ning an all-out party in honor of A
Suctipn fire, air, water, irrigation, the newest state which will be officially keeping the peace its people -kh' f :xto J'
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I want You can help with this t
.t/ spray. HOSE REMNANTS, MILL into the United w
accepted .
ENDS. Couplings'of all"kinds. AN, States July Fourth.IN problem by remembering this: M:4., __ Ii I

INCH OR A ,MILE. AMAZON I I Peace cast money. Money for i
HOSE & RUBBER:CO. 3950 North THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,; military and industrial strength. t r'. '
IN AND PALM BEACH COUNTY.
Miami Ave. Phone PLaza 4-4566,I roB. Money for science and education. )
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0 4. \ LABEL SIMONSON : you-to help keep the economy '
DECEASED : Bonds'provide this money.
; Money To Invest? NOTICE FINAL DISCHARGE OF FILING OF PETITION EXECUTOR FOR .' Grand fttst,TOoncr-NUlaotl Ktwtpapcr hupdwt CwUMto
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filed my final returns as Executor of

., WHY NOT GET 10% the ceased estate: that of I Mabel have V.filed Slmonson my petitionfor de- Help Strengthen America's Peace Power

final discharge and,that on the 26ta
-: Interest on Second Mortgages. day of July I960-1>x1II apply to the

on New nooses? Judge Honorable of Palm Richard Beach P.. Robbins County Florida County U S. Bonds

I ,'" __ CALL,.WIRE, OR WRITE for for an approval order for of said final final discharge returns as and executor Buy Savings .
of the estate of Mabel V. Simon-
i;; j C. A. BAILEY I .
son.DATED
this 10th day of July 1960.
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I .' REAL ESTATE ROLLO J. SIMONSON NOW PAYING 314" INTEREST .
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l'. Page Six The Everglades News, Canal,Point.: Florida Friday June 24, 1960

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I out of-four circles of the I Edythe Smith,who has bean

I.... II I Pahokee Methodist Woman's So j serving as Acting Post Master at
cietyof Christian Service at the Canal Point for the past several
June meetings held this week, voted -!months since the resignation of -

: I to suspend meetings through:Osceola Upthegrove, has been given -
It' I the summer. j I II confirmation by the U.,S. Senate -
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} t I The Gertrude Shirley Circle, and is now the official Post
b:.'-'? ". I meeting at the home of Mrs. L. 1..1 I Master at Canal Point.
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*I- } TBe. .PahokeeChurchS I The Methodist Church I Canal pt. Missionary hostess was the only group that) -- &

!N." I. O1 r#.,Na- 'zuele" Canal PointFlorida Baptist Church July voted'and to 'hold regular Mrs.meetings. Frances ini I Delilah Strayer ToWed
August.
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D. E. McKinnonMr.
,," 7i BaconjCharles Fo 1t Road, Robert A. Shelley, Pastor JUv. Charles D. Stewart Pastor Dunson, presiding chairman, nam-I
F. Crauswell, Pastor SUNDAY: SUNDAY: ed :Mrs. John E. Wilson, membership -
E': L Phone 7523 Pi O."Box'882. 10:00 a. m. Church School 9:45 a. m.---'Sunday'School chairman; Mrs. Leon Spoon-j' and Mrs. John H. Strayer of I

:... SUNDAY SERVICES: 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.Morning Worship er, Christian social relations chair- |.Canal Point announce the engagement -
,'f.'" ,945' ,a. m-Sunday: School.. 6.:30 p. m.-Youth. Fellowship 6:30.p.. m.- Training Union. man; and.Mrs. L. J. Fraser, sun! of their daughter, Delilah
lj' V lt:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. 730'p... mr-Evening Worship 7:30 p.. m.-Evening Worship shine chairman. Mrs. Laurie Just- Ruth to Donald Edward McKinnon -
\-1.. 6:30 p. m.-Juniors. MONDAY: WEDNESDAY: Ice spoke on "Religious Freedom ,'son of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Mc-

. t 7:00 p. m.-Sunaay Evening 3:15 p. m.:- Youth Choir practice 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. Mrs. Ruth Meredith will be hostessIn Kinnon Dearborn, Mich. '
Evangelistic Service TUESDAY: July. I The bride-elect graduated from

t : WEDNESDAY: 8:00: p. .-Woman's Society1st Church Of God Mrs. J. T. Frick was elected i Pahokee High School with the
.. 7:30 p. m--Midweek Prayer Tuesday I chairman of the Miriam Circle at I I Class of 1959. While attending
V t. meeting. 2nd MONDAY; Barfield Highway I the meeting at the home of Mrs.i 1 I school she was a member of the
-'Whereyou are a stranger but 7:30 p.jn.-Esther Class meeting I R. F. Hurt;; and Mrs. E. D. Sims, i Glee Club and secretary of the DCT
'. once".. 'WEDNESDAY: 9:45 A. M.-Sunday School .Jr., was elected co-chairman.: :Club.
.. -.. .l 11:00 A. !Morning Worship '
7:30 m.-Prayer Meeting Hurt-gave the devotionals. Mrs. 'I Mr. McKinnon graduated from
p. 7:00 P. M, L.-W. W. B. (ParVnonage I
First Methodist .. .. \ ,Sims will be hostess at the next high school at Melvindale, Mich.,
l meeting, Sept. 19. i and attended' the Detroit College
Church The Church Of God 7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship I
3 Pahokee The Rev. T. C. Osteeen, new,of Applied Sciences. He served in
t'/ Of Prophecy, Pahokee 7:30 P. 'J.'uesday-Prayer tng' Meet- pastor of the First Methodist Church -i:the Signal Corps of the U. S. Armyfor

; Rev. Clare S. Hall, -:' 7:30 ,'was guest speaker at the lunch two years with overseas duty
P. M. Fridaychlldren'sChurch
r. SUNDAY Canal Point Road eon meeting of the Mabel Simonson in Korea. A radio dispatcher for

t. 9':45 a. m.-Church School John H. KInard pastor, 7:30 P. M. Friday-Y. P. E. Circle at the home of the chair-II the Belle Glade Police Department,
; 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship ,10:00 a. m.- Sunday School -- man, Mrs H. J. Anderson. His talk he is now taking a training course
6:45 p. m.-MYF 11:00 a. -Preaching Service was followed by group singing. It"in the Dade County Public Safety

7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service Canal Point First was announced the next: meeting, Department. -

TUESDAY: --8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. : Baptist ChurchElder Sept. 19, will be at the home of I,: Plans are being made for a Sept.
7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac I !!, .
8:00 W.-M. B. Mrs. M P. Holman. Mrs. Osteen, 24th.wedding. -
tice'WEDNESDAY p. m. Thursday- !I
:. : Everyone welcome. Special music R. E.Barfield wife of the pastor, and Mrs. Ernest i I -. .
,SUNDAY: Maxwell, WSCS president, were
and sineine.Christian
; V 7:45 m.-Mid-week devotions I
p. .
10:00 m.-Sunday SchoolUOO' guests.
8:30 m.-Senior Choir Reppers Celebrate
practlce.
p. Mrs. J. R. York "Our i
a. Morning Worship spoke on
,,., .--. Science I 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. Mission Today" at the meeting of 25th AnniversaryCanal I

Group Of Canal,Point, 8:00 p. .-Evening Worship the Margery Lair Circle at the I
St. Mary's' Catholic. WEDNDESDAY: home of the chairman, Mrs. RalphC. Point Lions at their week-

r- Church Universal avrJlability of the dealing 730p.. m.-Midweek Prayer Stanley. Mrs. Arch Blakey gave :ly dinner meeting honored Mr.

(, 'and saving of the Christ, Service the 'devotionals and will be hostessat .and Mrs. J. W. Repper who were
Father David CrOnin power 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: the next meeting Sept. 19. 'celebrating their 25th wedding an-
SUNDAY MASSES. Truth, will be a:theme dealt with! 7:30 .,p. m.-Ladles Auxiliary -- :niversary. Mr. Repper Is Lions zone

; First two masses of the month. at ,Christian.'Science services Sun- Meeting.. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fraser and :chairman and past president of the
li:00. day.The V .' Mrs.. Alma Farrow left Thursday :Canal Point club. At the business -

Other. Sundays.at 7:30. account of Christ Jesus' Davd W. Ramey of Jacksonville I for a trip to Texas and California. [session with President James .
healing of the woman "which. hada visited his father, George Ramey,.Mrs.Fraser' will have a medical i Gibson presiding plans were discussed .
St. Peter's Lutheran spirit of infirmity eighteen years, In Pahokee over the 'weekend 'and I check.up from his doctor'in Houston -i for, cooperating with the Par I Ii
and was bowed together, and attended the 10th anniversary reunion -I where he had surgery two i hokee Lions in a joint concession at
Church, Belie>Glade could in no wise lift, up' herself" .of his. HS Class, (Luke 13) will be included iii the at the Elks Club Friday night. i i(several weeks. .1 at Pahokee, Harbor.THE .
Erwin J. Baumgartner, Pastor Bible readings;. "Chrilstiana'ence 'Sol: ; I .,..
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601 w.'r.. k Rd.; Belo Gla\1e' _
i 4 and Health with Key to the "
SUNDAY "
: Scriptures" by Mary'B 'ker. Eddy .
Divine Services 11 A.: M. :
states (495:2): Truth; casu'out U. S. TKEASUR1SALUTES .' .
School 9:45.A. M. .
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..... error. now a4 surely asit, &did nine "' I
teen centuries ago. All of Truthis
Holy Nativity not understood; hence its heal-

Church ing power is not fully demonstrated. A 1\.TTr.-C : ,
Episcopal YOUR, B A'--.
Pahokee i-U""a s"t ,
The universal natureof divine .- .! W'
'" is also 'out in the .
power brought
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:M. Wendell Hainlln VIcar. < "
> Golden Text to be read from Isaiah '
'1 SUNDAY: : (52:10)): "The Lord hath made bare .
10 a. m.-Sunday School One the :/
/ of 14,000 selling
11 a. m.-Worship Service his holy arm in the eyes of all the ;, :uNE ;
nations; and all the ends of the t. ; / ,- -
earth shall see the salvation of our I
First "Shares America9" a
Baptist God: : ;"

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Mrs. John E. Campbell,. accompanied "
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SUNDAY SERVICES: ter Dr.and:Mrs. James A. Dougr I T fore 1 ,0(50( banks froirt cwt V. V V V -: ,;;

9:45: a. m.-Sunday School las, 'and family of Louisville, Ky., ..
; 'to coast each day perform an out V '
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11:00 a. .Morning Worship has returned to.her home' at Hazard i '..'r
6:45 p. m.-Training Union. Ky., ,after a visit here with standing service for their :custom I ':: .

8:00 p. in.-Evening Worship... her son-in-law and' daughter, Mr. \ ers, their community, and the nation V ; V ,
WEDNESDAY: and Mrs. Noma Norman, and I

8:00 p. Prayer'Meeting. family.I ., ., by selling; Shares-In-America- : '.:; V, I

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OWNED AND OPERATED BY MORE THAN I Every Bond bought since June 1 : V .
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120 FLORIDA CATTLEMEN I <
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WE WORK FOR THE BEST MARKET INTERESTS. OF Even your elder Bonds will ears- your bank fake time to thank h&t .
CONSIGNORS AT ALL TDIES-
an extra /% from June 1 to..: for his good advice; aad bay aa J V !' '
WE ADVERjnSE'FOB COMPETITIVE BUYER PARTICIPATiON '
maturity. V extra Bond while ..1ht L
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Glades'CONFIDENCE Livestock Market Ass'n I'I When! ',yoii buy: U.. S. Savings Bonds 7 : o. '.


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4 L. .. Recreation Plan- .- portion of the morning. Some minor Vacation Jobs For .had dropped out of school who got ': I

.. Money Shortage revisions in.the rules and regu- II;certificates.
i lations set up by the Tx>ard were* State Young FolksWith I of
"The most basic requirements
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brought for action. They con'
:.- an enrollment of 22* Health Dept. Worry cerned mainly up the sore point of the close of schools many the Florida Child Labor Law," Vo-

The science workshop also open notification by the sprayer to the teenagers over Florida eagerly celle said "is that the youthful I

rR ; to children of the entire Glades JACKSONVILLE Florida occupant and neighbors of pre- seek vacation period jobs to gain employee applying for a job havean

Mrs. mises to be treated with highly valuable work experience and earn age and work certificate. Ob-
of
area, is under the direction State Board of Health met in Jack-
the certificates from coun-
their own spending money. taining
: the
toxic pesticides. Upshot of
Robert Woofter at the elementary I i i June 19 to discuss is quite
l sonville .Sunday, -,protracted-discussion was that Stat e Industrial Commission ty superintendents' offices
school. She has a class'of'20"third an expected million dollar i operators will be instructed here- Chairman James T. Vocelle pointsto simple and employers cannot em-
and fourth graders and a class of, minors who do not first obtain
i two significant facts about sum- ploy
shortage in funds for hospitalization after to notify the occupant and '
'. 13 fifth and sixth graders. In. addition work "
mer employment for people.He a permit.
for the indigent, revise regulations neighbors of the spraying namingthe young
, Mrs. Woofter is conduct Vocelle said minors employed ii
said
figures show that more
for the control of operationsof pesticide for the occupant,
ing physical, education classes for domestic service in farm work
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young people work during the sum or .
commercial lawn and shrubbery both by generic, or common name '
f the elementary school children than other time duringthe during the hours when public
mer any
. code is
sprayers, modernize the governing and by,chemical name which
with an average daily attendance I I I schools are not in session are exempt -
year.
. trailer parks, and disposeof frequently a dozen or more sylla-
= of 40. other administrative matters. bles in length.Corrine Vocelle pointed out that minors from the law except in haz-

Classes in arts 'and crafts .are: The 'five man panel appointedby P i..- .- who find a job must first obtain I ardous: occupations.. -
conducted at the elementary' -
being employment certificates before
the to set policy In
governor .
school by Mrs. Fern Frank. withan Collins Is ATTEND WEDDING
I' state public health matters was all they can go to work for an employer -
enrollment of 50. Mrs. Frank is in most occupations.Most Th9se from Pahokee who attended -
present, along with .State, Health Honored At Party
, also in charge of the library, which i Officer Wilson T. Sowder, when : employers are aware of the wedding of Miss Anita

is open to the children. every morning President John D. Milton, MD., of Mrs. H. M.-McIntosh and Miss this, he said, and last year a total, Louise Kennen. daughter of Mr.
to order of 1,533 Palm Beach County young i and Mrs. Charles Kennen. and Ern- :
I Miami called the meeting
Coach Web Pell is directing activities Annette McIntosh entertained witha people were issued work certifi-: est Maurice Quiggins son of Mr.
after nine o'clock. Dr. Sow
shortly
luncheon in honor of bride' elect
.. at the gymnasium where cates from school authorities.: and Mrs. Maurice Quiggins of Lan-
der told the board that the funds
Miss Corrine Collins at their homeon
indoor sports, group games, acrobatics that number 953 were boys and 580! tana Heights V at the Lakeside
and trampoline instruction provided by the state legislatureto Bacom Point Road Tuesday. The .
were girls. Methodist Church in Lake Worth
are featured. Seventy-six children match moneys available from tables were beautifully decorated Vocelle said there were 1,239 in I Saturday evening were I Mr. and 1
the Federal government for
paying with dolls dressed the bride
have registered to take part in costs fob state welfare as age group 12 through 17 in school Mrs. Robert J. Schroder, Mr. and I I
hospital ,
brides Mother and the brides
these activities.A who worked part time or during :Mrs. Ellis Murphy, Mr. and Mrs.
would be exhausted by about
total of 63 children have registered cases maids. Each guest received one as vacations. And there were 278 in ChesterMullis and Mr. and Mrs.: '
for participaiton in the I October first of this year. He said a gift. The honoree was .presented the 16 and 17 year age group who T. Platt.
that Federal funds available for IJ.
six-weeks' activities program 'at with., two lovely silver engraved
carrying on the program after plates and also Betty Crockers
the Canal Point School, which is a --- -
being directed by Mrs. Charlotte that date could not be obtained un- Cookbook just for two. 1 I I I I 1 : J I t-: I I : J I 1 J I I I J J J I I J J J J J I I = 1 I I I I I I I I : I I 1 I
less the matching funds were made
The hostesses served delicious
Walston and Mrs. Alma Burr.
available. He said the Federal turkey salad topped with heart THEATRESPRINCE
JIll money amounted to sixty cents on shaped cranberry jelly, potato

1950 Class Holds "- the dollar and that he proposedthat j chips, peach pickle, stuffed celery, -

an emergency meeting of I I buttered asparagus olives, crackers .LAKE DRIVE-IN
10th Anniversary county officials be called in Jacksonville -) pecan pie ala mode and iced

Wednesday to see if the tea to Misses Collins, Jeanne Mock, Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
The Pahokee High School Classof counties could arrange to make up I I Kay Friend Jill McElwain, Mrs. L -
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1950 held a 10th anniversary the deficit.All counties in the state M. Collins, Mother: of the bride, L.T." -L 2mGFEATURE.9"SUNDAY -

\ class reunion in the social hall of would have to participate he said, I Mrs. E. P. McElwain Mrs. Luke MONDAY-TVESDAlt +

the Elks Club where a steak dinner or the Federal funds would cease Fraser and }.Irs. J. V. Thomas, SIINDAY MONDAY-TUESDAY JUNE 26-n.28:

was enjoyed. The program high to flow into the program, and it Aunts of the groom, Mrs. John JUNE 26-27-28 1 I
light was a review of the 1950 would collapse. The board acted Dragon Mrs. 'Lloyd Hundley, Mrs. "A PRIVATE'S"THEY

edition of the school's yearbook, favorably on Dr. Sowder's recommendation Paul Rardin and Miss Julia CAME TO AFFAIR"CORDURA"
Devil's Trail with a rereading of I I ,and instructed staff Mathis.
the class prophcey and the class members to start immediately to TERRY MOORE SAL MINEO

will and testament. On the committee send telegrams to county officials, AND GARY CROSBY
Mr. and Mrs._ Paul Sasser entertained CARY COOPER, RITA I
in of them to' the Wednesday I(I _
charge arrangements were calling with a family dinner and reunion -
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Billy Ray :Mosley, Stanley Hooks. meeting.The ,at their cottage at Lake HAYWORTH, VAN HEFUN THE 30 FOOT BRIDE OF

Mrs. Ray Hatton Mrs. Joe Cherry, long controversial question I Placid Sunday. There were 26 at- TAB HUNTER CANDY ROCK"
Jr., ."Richard Trills Mrs. Hues- of controls over commercial sprayers ,
tending. !''I.1 1 I.I.. .;' HH"H' M .I I I I I J I J I 1 J J I I J I >! I : : : I : : ......
ton Connell and Mrs. Jimmy Shir- of lawns and shrubbery came I ,
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