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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: July 1, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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:: Fireworks Will Legion Convention MichaelSanders State Refuses To Break Ground For

Planned For Miami Grant'215 Acres

r Be A. 4th Feature :Get 19 Ib. CatfishMichael \ _' 'PahokeeP.O.My8

Futhering plans for the National I The State Cabinet Tuesday, refused -

American Legion and American : to deed 215 acres of'Pelican

Pahokee will be host to thousands -! Legion Auxiliary Convention to be Sanders 12-year-old son Bay lands (Richlands) in Palm : A Ground-brekaing ceremonywill

I- of visitors ,at the big Fourth held at Miami Beach, Oct. 15-20, of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. (Mike) Sanders Beach County to the City of Belle be held on Wednesday, July
; of July celebration to be stagedon Auxiliary members from Palm Glade. 6th., at 10:00 A. M. in observanceof
of Pahokee has become quite a
the Lake Okeechobee waterfront Beach County have been extended But the Cabinet, sitting as trustees the start of construction of a

f under the joint sponsorship invitation to attend a reception fisherman under the quidance of of state lands, agreed to with- I new Post Office Building, at 331

of the Chamber of Commerce and honoring Mrs. Alexander H. Gray his grandfather, R. W. Sanders: of hold the strip of land from public Bacom Point Road in Pahokee.H. .

4 the City of Pahokee, with ,other of Tennessee, National Auxiliary Pahokee. Just recently Michael sale until it is determined what H. McCord of Orlando will

4;. civic groups cooperating. president, to be held at ,the Deau- landed a .st.ring'of catfish at No. 2 use the city plans to make of it. ,construct the new building for

Main event on the program will ville Hotel Miami ,Beach. July 7, locks on the St. Lucite canal that Rep Emmett Roberts and Publisher Capital Properties, Inc. of Tulsa

i be the fireworks display over' the at 8 p.;m. weighed 19 pounds, 14 pounds and. Luther Jones had asked for Oklahoma, who will own the build-
harbor which will originate :from Announcement of this affair was 8 pounds each. certain' stipulations in case the ing and lease' it to the Post Office

the breakwater. This event will made by Mrs. L. M. Duncan, Sr., Young Sandera'was using a spin- land were deeded to the city. But Department. Mr. McCord states

J;, start at dusk with, spectators to Miami, ,National Auxiliary convention ning reel and cut bait when ne Comptroller Ray Green opposedany that the building should be com-

view the show 'as they are comfortably press chairman, through Palm landed the record catch. He ha? outright grant "of this valu pleted not later than Septetmber

F, seated in their cars parked Beach County Press Chairman been fishing at the locks with his able property" at this time. 15, 1960. .
in tiers on the lake side of the Mrs. Merrill C. Meade, West Palm grandfather and another Pahokee The strip Belle Glade wants is This new building will be a part

levee. This year's display will include Beach, who urges all ,Auxiliary fisherman of -no mean ability J.. adjacent to State Rd. 717 and'was of the Post Office Department's
\ new, added ,features, accord- members who possibly can to be '
Crawford Mock.Under the tute- heretofore' used by Future. Farmers Modernization Program which has
ing to ,Wiley Tillis, ,chairman in present for 'this affair in honor of lage of the older pair, young San- of America. been authorized by Congress, andis

charge arrangements.. their/ National, president. ders has learned*the art of landingthe .. being directed by Postmaster
Concessions sponsored by the big ones. General Arthur E. Summer-field.
t' Woman's Club, the ''Rotary Club Not too days his The will
many ago Kirk Killed new building provide
and the Lions dubs'of both Paho- Brownie Troop In grandfather landed what,is thoughtto Tom By 4,758 square feet of floor space, or

t") kee and Canal Point' are scheduled be the record size catfish for the nearly two ,and one-half times the

;': to open around 11 a. m. There will summer at the same fishing spot Stroke Lightning area of the present building. It will

t JI.. '. be a beauty, contest ,sponsored by Final Season MeetPahokee when he brought in one that tippedthe be air-conditioned and completely

J the Jaycees in the afternoon, according beam to 27 t: pounds./ Michaelis modern, and will be furnished'

/ to present plans. Brownie Troop 247 held waiting for one of,that size pr 1 i Torn S. Kirk former Seaboard I throughout with new equipment of
m hit his bait sohe cemmercial agent in Pahokee was the latest
its last meeting of the, bigger to can say design. ,
I social hall of the First Methoast. that he hasn't been i outdone by,his i killed Saturday on a golf course at It will have, an outside loading' _. '
Local 1 Post Off ice
Winter Park when he was stack! tflAtform aD4.will afford offstreetpatrdb ,
:;. Church grandfather. s4 ;, h
for FlyUp"ceremony .
theiannual >*$ : bYe\JglitMxgTi; ?oher.fea went f '
:the ;' jituaV 'hx:., whlcti' : : parking wellasamplohardsurfaced <:,; ,
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r Air ConditionedKautz Brownies reaching the'eUgUre"llge :seriously injured: maneuvering and'parking
To i Mr.,and Mrs.',Kirk and:their two area ,for 'government
'are graduated to the'status of Girl .Indigent Care
Scouts. I sons. Steve and Bill; lived In. the equipment. ;

Plumbing & 'Electric of The Scouts 'Cochran apartments when, v they The public is cordially invited to
presented a
Canal Point completed Installation r of songs andLfolk dances and program each Get State Help :were residents of\Pahokee.: They attend the ceremony.
of a new air conditioning unit !were members of the Pahokee .
received a copy of the Girl Scout
at the Canal Point post office, ac- landbook. ;Mrs.. M.. Sullivan troop I ) :Episcopal church.:.. They moved to

cording to Mrs. Edythe Smith re- leader, received a: gift from ,the I The county commission was I Orlando from Pahokee ten' years :Junior Cattlemen .
cently' appointed post master.v Scouts. hopeful this week that some $60- I
Installation of the air condition 000, in state and federal funds will ago.During the time :Mr. Kirk lived
Prior, to the and Met
ceremony program
' ing unit,makes,the local post office members at the troop and be available during the coming in Pahokee he was a member cf Tuesday NightThe

just about as' up-to-date as any In their families enjoyed a potluck year to help take care of the Coun- the Pahokee Rotary club and at

South Florida.' Only a ,few ,months ty's medically indigent residents. one time was manager of the
supper. Mothers assisting ,were regular meeting of the Jun-
Paul Rardin of the Commissioner Roy Michael Jr., Farmers ,Market where he also
ago owner
Mrs. J. H.. Wilkinson, Jr., Mrs.: F. ior Cattlemen's Association was
building in which the office is located reporting to the board, said a conference conducted a claim agency. It was
r S. Parrish, Mrs. Basil Todd, Mrs. held Tuesday night at the Canal
completed a remodeling con- at Jacksonville wth State a: like,agency that he was conduct-
Robert Shackford Mrs. Glenn Point Community Building. Before. _
tract for the government which Health Department officials ing in Orlando at the time he was .
Brower and Mrs. J. T. Boynton. the meeting members enjoyed a
brought installation of all new and' brought hope that additional funds killed.
cookout. Mr. George Young of the
modern, equipment and boxes. will be vaailable. '
Glades Livestock Market donatedthe
The lobby, formerly an old styler He'reported,that a matching fund
meat. Mr. Eli McCaall of Kilgore's
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< ) set-up is, now ',the modern bank- of$650,000 established.by the state
Hank New
Aldridge
; 'Seed'cOmp ny, -Pahokee,
type and is easily accessible to had been depleted and there is nowa Light Fund Found
donated the drinks and bread. Mr.
r those ,who wish to spend'their serious threat of the loss of fed-
J. W, Repper did the cooking.
money with Uncle Sam. New Rote President eral matching'funds.He .
To Be SufficientH. Warren Repper, President call
boxes new canceling machine, added that $1 million surplus
ed the meeting to order at 8:00
-' new general delivery equipment, exists In the State Welfare Dept.,
I' '-,- .' i< new parcel post shelves, and many New officers the Pahokee Rotary and ,there is A strong possibility H. Sears reported the collec- O'clock. Motion, was made that a, .
the
new secretary be appointed at .,
r'' ;: other recently acquired pieces of Club,. including President. W.KT .. this money may become' available tion of $54 for the Canal Point loss of the secretary. :Mary Lou '
:: equipment have, made the office a (Hank) Aldridge Vice 'President for;matching funds if a transferof Street Light Fund at the weekly Raulerson was appointed the new 1

.. handsome one.Board .. Robert 6. :Lampi, Secretary money can be worked out. dinner meeting of the Lions ,Club secretary.
Michael said present plans call '
I<: i E.....C. Johnson Treasurer C. A. State Association of County and O. Hi: Sheppard, $20, these Asjs't County Agent R. K. Price

-- t Would Hold Batchelor, and Division Directors forthe..Officials to request the, State amounts making the fund's total I showed three :urns, "Beef Cattle in

Sasser Watson, W. S. Plumer, R. Commission to make the sufficient for the,club to enter con- I Florida',' "Florida Cowboy" and
Budget
M.. Sanders and Luke Dufresne, tract with the Florida Power and "B ef Co .erv tion." 11
transfer.
; : MilIageAt5.92: were installed) and 'assumed their Light Company to furnish street The meeting was adjourned by .
duties of officer at the regular lights for the community for another the 'president.
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'"",''" luncheon meeting' '. this week ; rear, starting :July 1. ,The next regular meeting will be
,;.;..":.'. Palm Beach. County Commisson :The installation ceremony was Tax Roll Will Be It'was announced'that Phelix A. held July ,12th. Every Junior Cattleman

; ;f' Chairman Paul Rardin promised .carried out by Past President Paul Slonaker and'other newly elected between the ages of 10 and I

r'"'a this week there will be '"no frills"in Rardin who predicted successful Late This Year officers will assume'their duties of 21 are invited to join. j

: r. __ the county's up coming budget .year under the direction of President office at: the next meeting.WEATHER. rMary: Lou Raulerson r!

i' ; :3, "The blue pencil has been sharp- Aldridge and his officers., Reporter. ,
: "\: ened," he announced Monday and C. E. (Bill) Williams' retiring The county commission this \ I!

?;; ; added thE "entire board ,of county president, gave a report on club week granted the tax assessor and VISITS. NORTH CAROLINA ;

\:' '. '. commission pledges to hold its tax a ,tiVtu.es. and achievements for Extension of time for presentation W. A.'Reynolds is visiting relatives -

.r< ': rate at 5.92"This is the same as the past year. of the annual tax assessment roll. At IT. S. Sugar Plant Field at Shalot, N.. C., fora few !,

I, :'f" the current.millage figure. At the request of the assessor, the Station at Canal Point days before going to Sneads Ferry

:: Rardin urged that all groups give OFF TO KANSAS board exended the time until July .,Date Temp. Rainfall where he will visit his son-in-law
r. = serious consideration'to this years Geo.. B. Ramey left Wednesdayfor 18 for presentation of the roll. 1'" maL min inchesJune and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest -'

j ",,',' budget requests and he specifically Spring Hill Kansas, where he Statute provides the commissionshall 22 -*. 91 68 .00 Pittman and children.: Pitt- j i
., pointed his remarks to all constitutional will join his wife who has been .
: sit as a board of equalization June 23 89--71'. '.00 man, who has served for many
;5 officers, department there for the past six weeks help- starting July 5., Chairman Paul June 24 91 69, .00 years as warrant officer in the U.

;t", ,. heads, county promotional groups, ing to care for his mother,'Mrs. Rardin said,the board will,open its June 25 91-69 .58 S. Marine Corps is receiving an
t r.. charity organizations, civic clubs Mattie Ramey, who is ill at her annual equalization hearings on June 26 90 68 .00 honorable discharge from the i

t and'"do-good" groups. home there. He win also visit his the July 5th date but will recess June'27. 89 69 .03 USMS and preparing to move with ;

t ;y';' There will be a serious effort" sisters, Mrs. Ruth Wallace and the hearings immediately until June 28 89 63 .00 his family to Pahokee. Mr. Reyn- !

f' : -{' he said "to hold the tax_levy at the Miss Maude Ramey, and aunt..Miss' July 18 when the tax roll.will be Normal,June rainfall 8.29. olds will:drive an automobile back

.. ,-. present,5.92 mills"J i Minnie Osbora while them'. available for study. June 1960 rainfall to date 593. .to Florida.fbnhis son-in-law.; I t

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: '. Soft Water Is Claim Census Guessers 'I[Natural GasCost ..

i.,'; .. City Of Pensacola Did' A 'Good Job iSaid Too High
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f' PENSACOLA Escambia and TAMPA-Florida census .gu.-.I I MIAMI BEACH-Appearing before -
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' D Santa Rosa counties have'the' -purest -:!I Sers' did fairly well in some cases I f a hearing.held by the Florida

". J softest .water in Florida ,ac-,land! not so well in others. The first 1!I Public Utilties Commission in Mi-

cording to Dr. 'Owen Marsh of then[Research Corporation was on the i:ami recently, City Councilman, Melvin -

' : __ U. S. Geological Survey who made : nose for' Polk and -Hll borough Richards of Miami Beach pointed -
" this statement in a recent'talk beI out that instead of being cheaper. -
Counties. Kiplinger's Florida- Let
I for the, Pensacola Kiwanis:Club I II natural gas is costing the con- I
f I The primary reason industries ter hit Dade'and Escambia. \\1th.8 sumer more than the man-made

like Chemstrand and American Cyanamid ;!nearbull's: eye. product formally did.
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have chosen to locate in There seemed to'be,a tendencyto He contended that the local gas
f these counties is because of the absence -,'' company was purchasing jjas, from
The Rardin 'BuiTding- In Canal Point _Florida under rather than.over estimate I i I
of unchemicalized water, he j growth and this was ,particularly!I the.Houston Gas Corp. at 5.5 cents

I THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OFTOWS said.Escambia I I per therm and reselling it to con-
t and Santa Rosa counties true of certain West Coast lareas. sumers at from 12 to 40 per therm.

r ; -E'V-E-R-Gt.A-DiS lie on the flank of a sinking I leading expert' was high:enough I''t I A spokesman for the Peoples

I:.. :, trough. Dr. Marsh explained, and i for "Saras ta. Manatee. Charlotte Gas Company admitted that the
*Serving the Lake Okeechobee Fannlng'Region'.Wlthoui in'this area the limestone which Lee or'Pasco. 'I charge for natural ,gas is higher
was once at'the surface of the The.'.UnJeI'6ity-'Florlda*scored per cubic 'foot 'but contended that
'Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years I I
ground has sunk, hundreds of feet.I perfectly on Palm Beach County I I natural gas has so many more heat
t' Established March 11 1924 Published
Every Friday Instead of seeping through, lime- but was low on many. units that it is really cheaper.The .

'SubseriptionPrice ,$2.00 Year ,In Advance stone and dissolving some of its' Pinellas County was -probably Miami hearing Is one of sev-
It minerals water here comes thro- the most underestimated. The sun- eral scheduled to\betheld throughout -
i: The Everglafles"News Entered at thePost'OffleeIn
ugh a thick mass of quartz sand'coast area has progressed so rap- the state on the question of gas
f. CanalfPoInt.F1orida, Second Class:Matter
as lidly that it hadthe
and gravel which is practically Insoluble statisticians in rates.
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t, ,. he said. dither. -
Paul 1Tar'ain ,- Owner, 'Editor,:Publisher .
j(.' -- Now research organizations are Mrs. Earl Manson was the guestof

r:: Reading'Speed:To Underwriters In Mr. and 'Mrs. Charlie Collins of trying to develop a better ,yard- ,Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Maxson at
, Wauchula attended the Collins- stick for measuring census roph-i Riviera Beach Monday and Tues-
., Corrected Installation Meet Carey wedding Sunday. I ecies. I day. \

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Installation dinner of the Life
If you are grades five through
rf nine and would like to increase Underwriters, Association was held *troreI t Nfltr-t 1.7'flr7\fI''l\f'f/\f. Nmtff'\f iT\Yf'l''yTIfj7\yjrn! : TIfIf'AYIY7\jj'j'9"";
p, your reading-speed and comprehension at Ray's ,Smoke' House in South .

; please contact Mrs. Evelyn Bay, Friday, June 24. The speakerfor '
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Y: Lair at the Pahokee 'Elementary the evening was Carlos Dickeyof
, School'Room or phone 4762 after Clewiston. The installing of- I I
ficer was C. A. Batchelor of Pa- '
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5'p. m. The class will be limited,to .
hokee. I
8, and Will meet from 1100 to 12:00.
each day, 5,days a week. Newly installed officers were I I Phone'511Pahokee Phone WY 62550'Belle'Glade
The 'Elementary School Library as follows: President, Dade Gordon'I Ii
Hand of Pahokee; 1st Vice-Presi i I
is open from 8:30-1:00 p. m. under
dent James SALES and SERVICE j j jI
Normand
,i the direction of Mrs. 'Fern Frank of Belle
and Glade; 2nd Vice-President, Rich-
for-'browsing borrowing. Story
ard E. Kreidler of Pahokee Sec Heating Air Conditioning Appliances 'f
hour is 'scheduled 10:30 'a. m. .; g I > -
daily. 'This ,is:a good time for,the retary-Treasurer, Carl ,E. Wag- I .

4, children to"borrow*books;they, have goner of Belle Glade; National '
k been' wanting to read since all the Committeeman, Junius T. Harrisof .

C' books are",iri. The-''library is cool, Belle Glade.

comtortabl ,'- nd>quiet'and'a good 'NewlYelected ,Directors were: I

f'. place tofapend 'some"t>f 'those hotsummerhours. M. F. Coleman of Belle Glade, Ab- : ';
ner H. tVann of Clewiston. Holdover 1 ;

'The Arts> and Crafts 'group'1WUlr directors are ,James
have'a pet 'show on 'July! 1st. of Clewiston and E. J. Carlton
$, Everyone is invited to' attend. AH of Belle 'Glade. I
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the pets are to be original :1'e8.tions'I I
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'by the participants. 'The ithlldren RURALDEVELOPMENTENIIANCEDBY
. .. are collecting1 the''nedessary Items 'LOANS
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, tat construct theanimals" >and 'are TO SMALL-BUSINESS /:

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assembling them rduring the afternoons
between 2'and'5 in ,the:rA ts Main :Street, U. S. ,A., getting,

; and Crafts classes. Ribbons'wlll be a big boost from the work of a \

A awarded for'prizes.' government:agency whose job it is .
'} Mrs. Woofter reports that the to help small, businessmen. #I 4 >

t science workshop is off to a good, 'According to ,figures released
, start. Here in the glades we have this week by James F. Hollings-
an abundance of flora andfauna' worth ,director the U.. S. Small

for classroom dy.. Business, Administration's office : : : :
f There will-be.-a.,liven. pet-show on serving this region,-the agency-has
h. the 'old' athletic-field-on: ,tluly'lst loaned nearly $90,000,000 to small] ,4 0"S i .

Jj, at 10:00 a., m. Ribbons ,will be firms towns and rural' communities < Y hF

, awarded as prizes. All pets should all-around the country. t,
4 be caged or 'leashed ,and -accompanied >Between-July:'1959 'and :April of i ; : : Ftk4
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by its. owner. this year a total of $2.627,500
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.. worth 'Of credit 'has, -been made
r' available to businessmen serving
. Offieers'MeetingByJP t ,
t mainly rural areas in this region, ; rn

:hokee'FEAThe which includes Florida, Georgia, t,

Alabama,- Tennessee, Mississippi I

' 'Pahokee-F;-FAA.,held an.officerslmeeting' Puerto Rico-andthe Virgin'Islands,. .
) Mr.' Hollingsworthreported. rl i". (
"I onrJune*37th.The
'. The'Small Business Administration -
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meeting'#as:Called>to'Ol"de.t'7:30: started,operation 4.953 witha x yY4f, I ,4 all"' II i

p.fm.1by11) r r-I.t.Ir.lNom1a:1. I mandate JfromlCdBgresss to help y, .id} '.i1' j4 -,

:'4 T'he' office rsa trending:, ':rbre off. L small firms >maintain their place

f. ; <: rantnu,,'President: ; Don 4KeHy, In.todayatl' lghly.competitive--
, 'VlceJPrfesldehtltIimlnyliIcElhfenny; omy. *.

I :'3ecTetaryBuJy 'Johnson, 3ame tSBA,loans average about$45,000 ENJOY COOL' :COMFORT r\, ; '. .

Veal."Reporter. .
withian
eaeh -average eizryearmn \ 1 "..
We planned, and discus&d'what i iwettWgotag'ttJ'flo turity and an Interest rate-of 5HpercentLocal ; .
in1 the"folio wing banks/. n&ny of them .p :;:;; ,
year."We tliscus5<*d awards that in towns .And..small cities, participate It.-.useddo-b; "corae tend;(Mt in:the-shade on
could be gtYeJfo "#pfcclal activities in ,about two-thirds these in ldeJand-' : comfort. s.'. ';, I ,,
It stated that$ "were loans. ",J"
was goingto j : i
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. have "-&tfereat"commilttees'for .,J ust.about every,tye-business, ,l AIR.0HOU10WlHfi will make 'your.home a '..haven .from An mer's,heat r,;, I;
activities such as F. P., A. 'scrapbook from abattoirs to z1nc.Wire -manufacturers .
It wlIl flood our.'feoBaewkh-cx ol Itered airremove
'and'hwnidity. + > i
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,'pf gt m''of"Work ItTWasralsQsuggested have..benefited from the "
:, : 'that imy member who agency's, credit program.Mr. -, excess moisture, lower''the'hiHnidity, and help ,prevent! ew.1Iso&s t' "" .. tj

r bas a"p6rfectJattertdaiits"tot"alluF.F. Holliogsworthemphasized out dust/"JosecfB asid :road noises. You'll deep etter.awake'refrethdd! '; "
, A. meetingsvt>e'glvena special i iprize. that' his agency does not compete I
live in' cool comfort through the hottest su r.4aYS. ,
'
.. .4We"are "tn'hold an officers with local bankers. In two-thirds .' I
meeting- the'first Monday in of the the'SBA '
cases loans or guar'antee t to'
rM6BER AniC' isiWll :HBiATWe FANS are other.wonderful aids to :
!t
every month so that we can plan:: prompted a local banker to _, ,
r for the following*two .
' meetings. The purpose of ,this Besides, helping individual busi breezes "in motion hot sticky indoor air is forced: out. : ", f 1 i
f meeting: was .to.'Jj1an'Jfor' abetter ness' men, the agency has a whole ;; ,

r k year"m. F. -A.Actlvties.'Thenextrtgular arsenal of other programs that can .. ,. Don't wait until your Jiouse-runs,a.temperature -.. ." '
.... F.-1F.{:A.meeting boost the economy of towns serv t. t '
\" is'to be',held'July5th.and'We .Il farming'' areas. ,I See.your:Jsiectrical appliance dealer now. .'1. .
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t t' urge all members to be ''present. : ,
f Meeting :was 'adjourned at 9:00 PLAT AVAILABLE r ,

I'p.. m. People who are interested In : .. :>t i

;; .-James".. Veal'Tleporter" seeing the plat of RIchlands, Inc, ,FLORIDA POWER' i tc :LIGHT COMPANYff 1
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r to. that Is,to be auctioned July 26 may W
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"Mrs. Ralph ,O. 'Johnson and do so at the Everglades Farm'Bureau B .

t. daughter,\ Susan, ,are spending 'avacation office In the'Elsberry Buildingin E CII1C" ':

;. : : with'her.parents,'Mr. and Belle,'Glade'anytime during of- "

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Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ericksonand Miss Carolyn Sellers is spendingtwo
Summer Fun Is
family are on a vacation tour weeks 'with relatives in Council -

I., i LpERaqN1tNEwsNoTEsI L 1 points of Washington North. D. C., and other N. C. In Hi Gear In Fla. .

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Shirley Hignite visiting her \ ...
., wwuwwuuwuwuwuu Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Culbersonand parents, :Mr. and :Mrs. Thomas TAMPA-Florida's summer fun
family are leaving this week Hignite, in Pahokee before frolic and festival season is on in '
Lance CpL James (Rusty) Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Latimer Farr of Joiningthe I
who recently returned to the States I Wauchula were among the out ot for Hendersonville, N. C., where WAVES of the U. S. Navy. earnest with events scheduled

from Okniawa and has been visiting town guest attending the Collins Mr. Culberson will be.engaged in After eight weeks of basic training -I from now, until mid September in ,
the vegetable trucking business *t Bainbridge, Md., Miss Hig- most Florida resort cities. ,
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Carey wedding, Sunday. Mrs. Farris I '
Hitchcock, and other relatives sister of Mrs. Collins. in that area through the summer. nite plans to make application for I Sarasota led off with tha most

here while on leave from the U. S. Mr. and :Mrs. Winchester of Seb-I Mr. and Mrs. A .Harrington enrollment In an;Officers Training elaborate Miss Florida Pageant re-
I SchooL cently. The event attracted visit-
Marine Corps, has gone to New ring attended the Collins-Carey and family are visiting relatives in
I from all sections of Florida
River, N. J., where he is now sta wedding Sunday. I!'Morven, Ga., and plan to tour Mrs. Howard Holman and children ors
and the successful
was most ever
tioned. He was accompanied as Alden Chase who has been visit-Canada before their return to Canal have gone to Belmont, N. C.,
far as Cairo, Ga., by his .grand ing his parents Mr. and Mrs. Curtis -I Point. where they will be guests of her I staged. At the same time :Pensacolawas

mother, Mrs. A. M. Pugh, who is I Chase in Pahokce left Wednes- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Fisher staging its annual Square ',
visiting relatives there and will attend I day for a two year stay in Germ- Miss Ruby Vandiver has gone to through the summer. I Dance Festival.
a reunion cf the Jones-Chas- Atlanta, Ga., for the summer aftera I i j The Tri-City Suncoast Fiesta

tain family before returning home. any.Mr.. and. Mrs. William Plumer visit here with Mrs. Pauline Rice I Mr. and Mrs. Milton Salvatore II|'with 16 communities participating /
Mrs. J. R. York and other friends. and 1 got under June 25 and will .
children, his way
Mr. and Mrs. M. P, Holman have and Jann and Bill left Thursday for I,; accompanied by '
returned from Ozark, Ala,, where ,,.several weeks visit in Ohio and the Miss Vandiver was a third-grade ,,brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and I continue with one event after an
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they visited,his mother, Mrs. M. M. I New England States. They will be teacher in the Pahokee Elementary j i i i Mrs. Albert Herron, of Fort Laud-I other until the end of July i
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I'' School in the pioneer days, 1922-23.j!erdale Daytona Beach is staging its an-
Holman, and attended a family re- .'joined by Miss Jane Plumer who i I are vacationing in the
union. will return home with them., She is now teaching in the Frost I:mountains of North Carolina. I nual Dixie Frolics from June 26,

Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gamble and Miss Kay Friend left Wednesdayto proof SchooL Mrs. Lera Richardson and her: through Yacht July races 4th.are scheduled for

family are spending a vacation join a sorority friend in Kissim- David W.. 1 !
Ramey who is em- sister, Mrs. Leonard Dobrow, and Ft. Myers June 19 to 26 while the
with relatives' in" Alabama and mee and they will go via train to ployed in Jacksonville through the children are spending two weeks I annual Boat-a-cade will occure at _

Louisiana." New'York where they will sail July summer, spent the weekend in Pa-'I,with their mother, Mrs M. D. Logan Clearwater the week of June 25 to
Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Lemonds and 1st for several weeks in Europe. hokee with his father, Geo. 3. and other relatives at We- July 1.The.

son, Sammy, and Mr. and Mrs. C. I Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Chastain'and Ramey. On his return to Jackson- tumpka, Ala. annual Miss
C. Lemonds have returned to their family left Thursday to make their ville he far I I Universe contest -
was accompanied as as I I is
summer homes at Greensboro, N.: 'home in Thomasville, Georgia.Mr. Rockledge by Bo and Michael Me- Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Sapp had as in scheduled Miami at the ConventionHall

C., after spending the season in Pa-. and Mrs. Joe .Kelly of Ft. Tavish and while there visited his a 'guest their cousin, Mrs. R. B.' A July 2-10. -

hokee. :Pierce were guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Menotte, of Jacksonville. gala water carnival and skiing
contest will be held ,
at Milton
.ruly.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Carpenter I V. Thomas Jr., in Pahokee- Sun- Mrs. Hugh G. Miller, m. I j j 'Miss Alice Joyce Spencer has returned I
visited their son-in-law and daugh-, 910.Numerous
ter, Mr.,and Mrs. Dan Borganes, in day.Mr.. and Mrs. J. H..Bordeaux planto Mr. and Mrs. O. B. McClure left*I to Tallahassee to attend cities throughout the '!
I summer school at Florida State state are planning Fourth of July i
Tallahassee last weekend: leave Saturday for two weeks Monday to spend the summer in :
University after a visit here with events of one kind or another so < I
Mr. and:Mrs. J. S. Chastain vacation in Georgia and Philadel- California and Colorado. They were I I -.
her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. weekend fun seekers and "
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have to California their
returned to their home froma phia, Pa. accompanied by .
visit in Tifton and Rome, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Erickson and daughter: Miss Jane McClure of I Spencer. I vacationers will find plenty of entertainment ?'

Donald Pickett, who is in the family have, been visiting in At- Ft. Lauderdale. I Mrs. Don Hillier entertained at'J' within easy reach no .
U. S. Army and stationed in South lantic N. J. the Waters matter where they may reside. !
City, Susan and Alvin Johnson are attending Grassy Motel with a I! .
Carolina is a guest of his mother Mrs. J. V Thomas, Jr., and Terri summer' school in West bridge luncheon. Guests were Mrs.
Mrs. John Pickett. have returned to their home from. Palm Beach. Frank Friend Mrs. W. S. Evans, CARD OF THANKSI
Mrs. J. H. Miller has returned' a visit of several days with Mr. Mr.s.: O. R. Bleech, Mrs. C. L Shir- would like to' thank all my i

to her home from Good Samaritan and Mrs. Joe Kelly in Ft. Pierce. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hughes,had I ley, Sr., Mrs. M, C Carter, :Mrs.J. friends for the prayers, cards, S
-hospital in West Palm Beach his brother and sisterinlaw M. Elliott and [flowers and other kindnesses shownme
: Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Harrington as guests -: Mrs. L. W. Arm J
Where, she had surgery. I,{and family left Sunday for several; Sgt. and Mrs,K. G. Hughes, of strong. during my recent illness and j

Mrs. Mary Royeton is visiting weeks vacation to be spent in. Craig Air Force Base, Selma, Ala. I stay in hospitaLBonnie
President Gordon Hand and Sec L. MillerReynolds
her daughter, Mrs. Charlie Kirkner
Georgia, Virginia, New York, and
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and, famiy in Ft. Pierce. possibly Canada. Mr.; and Mrs. Bobby Bush, ac- retary-Treasurer- Carl E. Waggoner -. -4 JL
companied by'liis brotherinlawand the State;Life Under- Billy of Beach '
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pope and Mrs. C. L. Stuart has returned > =v- Boynton
family of Castleberry were sister, Mr. and 1/frs. Harold writers Board of Directors meetingon visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
guests[I after a visit of several weeks_ with
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of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pratt I relatives in Clanton, Ala. Elder, of Jacksonville, are vacationing Saturday, June 25, which was''W. A. Reynolds, here over the. .. ,
in Tennessee.. held in Winter Park Florida. weekend. rn
Pope Sunday. '
Miss Bettye Williams is spending 1 "
Mrs. Eva Lowery is visiting rel- several weeks vacation with

atives, in Glennwood, Georgia; relatives in New Mexico. "

,Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Maxson and I Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Boynton are

daughter are vacationing this week I'guests of their son-in-law and

.at McDonald's on Riviera Beach .daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Max Beverly : -1 1r
''r Mrs. M. P.Stanley has returned I Ito and family at Ochlochnee, Ga., IT

her home after several weeks }this week. Pkture t of Pron1se ,

Georgia.visit In Atlanta and Lumpkin, 'I Pahokee The Rev.resident Wayne now Owens living, former in a ,..."..'. I .

Jacksonville, visited friends here ,

WWWWUWUWUWA the first of the,week. The Rev. and .

Classified AdsHAD I Mrs. Owens are building a new \ .. \

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Of course, there Is NO CHARGE. their grandmother, Mrs. Verna I :: \

Thanks The Everglades News.IS Elarbee, and aunt, Mrs. Phara ", :
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,go., Send $2.00 and well,renew ,.., That's why we pledge allegiance.toiler.' f 1.
:your paper for one year. The
Everglades News Canal* Point; ,. FISHING ,That.pledge, in its simplest terms,''r., ." ,, y '/ :,
:Fla.- is another way of saying,""Count me '' .

OAltY 30 AMSlue in.You're my country and I love you _" > -.,:
,FOR SALE: New andusect-'W1UyJI i a -,- and need you. Your problems are. I
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\ Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage my problems, and I'm with you 3' x ) ,.
in Belle Glade Phone 3058. fe ft all the way." h< w x

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BLUE H'ERON DQtKSfrltilj Your country biggest single ; x9 ;

PRINTING OF ALL KINDS. If ? HERON BlVD problem is the perpetual responsibilitjr 1

{ you need cards, envelopes, letter- RIVIERA BEACH for keeping the peace its people 6

heads, statements bill heads, handbills want.You can help with this .; 4 '4 # -:::
t or something in the printing VICTOR 43573 problem by remembering this: ; 7.!'

line just step to the,phone and call Peace cost money. Money for '
The Everglades News at Canal IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, military and industrial strength.
IN AND FOR PALM 4
.BEACH COUNTY,
r Point _No2661. We are experts in I FLORIDA Money for science and education. --- '.J

producing excellent printing and I NO. 9936 And saved by individuals ;'
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IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
our prices are in line with out of I KABEZ V. S1MONSON ::, by you-to help keep the economy 'tgong. ,

I town printers who come to the' DBCEASBD NOTICE OF FILING Bonds movide this money. .:
PETITION FOR
'. Glades for printing business.Please FINAL DISCHARGE OF EXECUTOR Grind Pritt Winner-NUlan sl Kcwnwpw Katpthot CwUctby :.;
give us a call. Phone 2661. Notice Is hereby given that I hare Mm a H.Mm -JPU-
filed my final returns as Executor of

t' RUBBER HOSE More than a I ceased the estate: that of I Mabel have filed V. Slmonson my petition. de- Help Strengthen America's Peace Power

million feet in stock prices below i for final discharge and that on the 26th ,
day of July I960. I ,will apply to the
jobbers costs, garden hose and in-i Honorable Richard P. Bobbins, County
dustrial hose for every service. Judge of Palm Beach County. Florida TJ. S. Bonds
Suction for approval of said final returns and Buy Savings
fire, air, water, irrigation, for an order for final discharge as executor 9
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'spray. HOSE REMNANTS, MILL of-the estate of. Mabel V. SimonS .

am ENDS. Couplings of all kinds. AN' son.DATED this 10th day of July I960.
,l INCH OR A MILE AMAZON ROLLO J. SIMONSON NOW PAYING 3%% INTEREST .

\HOSE &: RUBBER 3950 North Executor "
CO. Pub: June 24. July 1. 8 and 15. 1960. ,,/
ThiUJS.Government doe not /of this adrert'ing.The Treasury Department tftonif.
:Miami Ave. Phone PLaza ,4-4566 Thadd Whldden S pay
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f I Baptist Circle In Mr. And Mrs. Winne

June, MeetingThe Married 50 Years

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, '. .. 1.Jones Circle of the Canal Point ne, Sr.. of Chosen, pioneer Glades
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: '*$.;..v-fci----. ...; June 23rd for their June meeting!;wedding anniversary with open
, .' fjf-- '-* ?' -J > -7A.7 -?. 7r I at 8 p. m. Mrs. Charles Maxson, ;house at their home.

r '4 $ ? /" 7r'x; ; Circle Chairman presided. Mrs. J.j i The home was decorated with

li I S. ,Atkins presented the program |floral arrangements sent by friendsof
r., .;"Our Missionary Youth." the couple. :

: I This was the third and last pro, The former Gertrude Marie L..
L, :, The:Pahokee Church The Methodist Church] CanaF..Pt. Missionary .gram of the quarter based on educating Peterson and Ross Wesley Wirine

t t The ChurchRev. youth in missions. Others on:were married on June 22, 1910, b#
; Of Nazarene Canal Point Florida Baptist II
1.:' program were Mrs. A. Tv Holt,!I Mrs Winne's father Julius M. Pet-

:' 71 Bacom Point Road Robert A. Shelley Pastor Charles D. Stewart Pastor Mrs. Charles Maxson. Mrs. Charles ersen at Oak Harbor, Ohio. They
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f" Charles F. Crauswell Pastor SUNDAY: SUNDAY: I Stewart closed the meeting with!came to Torry Island in Lake Okee-

{ Phone 7528 P. O.'Box 882 10:00 a. m.-Church School 9:45 a. m-Sunday School prayer. It was announced that the!chobee in 1912. Mr. Winne engaged -
-. SUNDAY SERVICES: 11:00'a.' TCL Morning Worship 11:00 a.' m.-Morning Worship I July meeting will be at the home'of'I II in the commercial fishing industry

i,'__ 9:45 a. xxu-Sunday School 6:30'p. m.-Youth Fellowship 6:30 p. m. Training Union. I I Mrs. G. T., Echols. i and later in the agricultural,
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship, 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship- 73O p. m.-Evening Worship I industry. .

rr 6:30 p. m.-Juniors. ,MONDAY: WEDNESDAY: Missionary Group For the observance the punch

i: 7:00 p. r&i-Sunoay Evening 3:15 p. .Youth Choir practice 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting.' table was covered with a hand-
, Service. Met Monday NiteThe
Evangelistic TUESDAY: embroidered linen and organdy

WEDNESDAY: 8:00 p. m. Woman's Society1st Church Of God tablecloth. The bowl was wreathedin
7:30 p. .-Midweek Prayer I of the Canal]
Tuesday2nd general meeting t fern and yellow hibiscus. Silver
meeting. : MONDAY: Barfield Highway I Point Baptist Woman's Missionary(II candlesticks and trays accented

.. "Where you are onCe"a_stranger ,but 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting '9:45 A. M.-Sunday School !I Society'met at the Church on }.{pnI 'the table arrangement.About .
WEDNESDAY: day night, June 27 at 8 p. m. for 60 guests called duringthe
" 11:00 A. M.
Morning Worship
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. their June meeting. afternoon. The couple was presented .
7:00 _P. M. U W. W. B. (Par-I I
: First Methodist sonage) Mrs. Charles Maxson and' Mrs. many giftS.,

: Church Pahokee The" Church Of God 7:30 P. M. --Evening Worship, !J A. T. Holt presented the' program Miss Judith 'Seiler, granddaugh-
.. 7:30'P. -.ruesday-Prayer Meet "Unto the Children's Children"which ter of the honorees, kept the guest
': Of Prophecy, Pahokee ing represented the country of i:,book. Serving at ,the punch table
Clare Hall I,
Rev. S.
i 7:30 P: M. EViday-Children's Brazil. Mrs., Maxson opened the.were Mrs. Charles Seller, Mrs. Albert
SUNDAY Point
Canal Road
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> Church program with, some historic significance Kruse and Mrs. Ross W. Winne -
. 9:45 a. m.-church School John, H. Kinard pastor I 7:30 P. M. Friday-Y.,P. E. of Brazil, and Mrs. W. S. Jr. Hostesses for the open
11:00 a, -Morning Worship
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10:00 School
: a. m.-Sunday
-i Evans gave the devotional house were Mrs. Charles E. Bei
6:45 p. .MYF 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service
thoughts.The i ler, Mrs. Albert Kruse and Mrs.
Canal Point First
.7:45 p. m.Evening Worship 7:45 Service '
Evangelistic
p. program consisted of letters II 'Ross W. Winne Jr., of Belle Glade.
TUESDAY: 8:00 p. m. Tuesday V. L. B. ,Baptist Church that had been written from Brazil ..
7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac- -- -
8:00 W. M. B.
m. Thursday-
p. I by Southern Baptist missionariesand
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Everyone welcome. Special music Elder R. E.Barfield were presented by the following -
: I:Screw Worm Gone
'7:45 m-Yld-week devotions and singing. SUNDAY: members: Mrs. A. T.
p. HOltol I '
9 10:00 m.-Sunday School Mrs. J. S. Atkins, Mrs. .
8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir' practice a. From State Cattle .
Christian Science 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Clarke, and Mrs. D. P. Hughes.Mrs .
I 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. Charles D. Stewart presidedat
Group;Of" Canal Point SEBRING-Florida is celebrat;
8:00: p, m.Evening Worship the business session and after
St Mary's Catholic: ing its first full year of freedom
, WEDNDESDAY:
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the social hour
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meeting, a was enjoyed
How health and harmony are
Church t gained through understanding thesupremacy 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer by members present. Mrs.i I from the dread screwworm in ovet'I
' ; Service a quarter of a century.
, : Charles Maxson and Mrs. A. T I
of God will be broughtout
; Father David, Cronin. at Christian Science churches 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: Holt were In charge of arrange::I Records of the State-Federal

I SUNDAY MASSESFirst 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary ments., ,cooperative screwworm eradication
two masses of the month next. Sunday. Meeting.Mr. -' ,' !program shows that. the last pos.,
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.11:00 Readings' from the Bible In thessonSe1'1notr
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johns,,former -.:itive screwworm case recorded in
Other 7:30. on the subject.
Sundays.. .at. "God" will include the following and Mrs, Robert Reynoldsand .Canal Point residents, now living !the state was June 17, 1959. At the
children will return to their at the, Boys Industrial School? height of the season In 1957, the
from Psalms (145:13): "Thy kingdom I
St. Peter's Lutheran is an everlasting kingdom, home at Waukeegan HI., this week(I[north of Okeechobee,. were dinner costly livestock cases were running

Church Belle Glade and thy dominion endureth after a two weeks' visit here with I l guests of Mr. jand. Mrs., Philp B.winramsori at the rate of from 30,000 to 40,000'
his parents Mr. and Mrs W. A. ahd Mrs.; Lizzie Sir,a month at a cost to the livestock

Erwin J. Baumgartner, Pastor throughout From- "Science all generations.find' Health with Reynolds. j I r key Monday. _, or Industry $10-million.., I A

-601 w: Lalfe Rd.. Belie'Glfttltf Key to the Scrii tures" By-) Mary -- -\ 4.

SUNDAY: Baker Eddy this selection will Je -

Divine Set vic e ";U A. ilL read ((413:810)uGod:' : is everywhere THE U. ft ;
TREASURY
School 9:45'A. Jt..1Ii' and nothing apart?from Himiif : -,
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Holy Nativity The Golden Text is from Dea-

Episcopal ChurchPahokee the teronomy Lord thy(11:1)God: "Thou and shalt keep love his SALUTES YOUR BANK'iaS.One : : :

charge, and his statutes and his ,. ,
._ .i. judgments and his command- .. ... -.. ,

>)(. Wendell Hainlin, Vicar ments, always." '. '. -, : J i'-
SUNDAY: .

10 a. m.-Sunday,School : of the <
POINT
VISIT IN CANAL : 14,000 se1langShares. )

na., m.-Worshlp. Service :Mr. and Mrs. Allen, ,Rust and'children < ...., ,. ,'. ., .

of Albuquerque l .,,!are; ...-, \: -, ', \ I
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: and: :Mrs. 'Frank\9' onnelk at """ .'t"' '' ," ...'..-.', ,. '{! ;
Canal Point This,week the Rustsare $; -;
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Rev. James E. ;
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, Boyd :pastor y I .
, SUNDAY SERVICES: visiting':f r.a.jfewdays in Key M're than,1' ,0(50( banks 1rota CD a.ff .
9:45' West, and this weekend they will
a. m,-Sunday School '
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11:00 a. m......;,Morning Worship, accompany Mr.. and Mrs: OConnclI .'to ,coast each, day perform an outstanding r

.:45 p. .-Training Union to' New Smyrna Beach for a-visit'. : I :service for their custom-
8:00 with, another daughter ,of theb'Connells '
p. m.-Evening Worship. ers'their community and the ;
nation
WEDNESDAY; jArs. Frank Sganga,

8:00 p. m....-Prayer: Meeting. and family.' ,,by selling!S Share3-In-Afierto! ;. s ,,- '
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AND OPERATED BY MORE THAN I Every pond bought since June 1*: aged you to buy your :first Savings k,.
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WORK FOR,THE BEST MARKET INTERESTS OF '
CONSIGNORS AT ALL TIMES Even your elder Bonds will eara.our t bank fake time to thank Turn '! i'-'

,. .- an extra fa% from Jane 1 to_ for his good advice and boy a*//' },
WE ADVERTISE FOR COMPETITIVE BUYER PARK '

CITATION AND MAINTAIN" OPEN COMPETITIVE .... '_ ,_ maturity.:. .""r" ,'...J extra Bond_ ." while,you are thurfl..f. i,
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''= MIamI 25 daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. J. L.
r Speak July I
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. Florida's Democratic Governor- 1 and Dale plan to remain for an extended -

.' nominee Farris Bryant of Ocala visit with their grandparents. -
, will be ,featured speaker at the The, McCalls had as gueststhe

!It ,"Florida Citrus ,Breakfast",- one of past week their nephew and
,,, the high points of a- star-studded niece Mr. and Mrs. Joffre Light-
program being prepared for the sey, and daughter Diann, of Brunswick -
66th annual convention of the ,In- Ga., and expect to have as ,
I ternational Apple Association at guests this weekend their daughterInlaw
A the Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami Mrs.Eugene McCall and

, j.Beach, July' 2527. sons, Mike David and Pat of
The breakfast sponsored by the Chicago m. Eugene McCall will
b Florida Citrus Commission and join his family for a visit with his

'. & + Fzb Florida Citrus.Mutual, is scheduledfor .s parents here in Canal Point later

..., ; Tuesday, July 26, in the West I.' this summer. .
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... Ballroom of Fontainebleau
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ii- Hotel, starting' at 8:30 A. M. It is ;. VISIT INDIANADr.
: the first time in the :Association's I and Mrs. L. W. Armstrong,

, 65-year history that a convention MISS DELILAH STRAYER accompanied by their granddaugn-
has.ever been held in Florida. ter Miss Betty Jo Phillips left
... I Miss Delilah Strayer, daughter
Y Some 600 this week for a visit with his broth-
to at-
persons expected of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Strayer of
er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
tend the breakfast will be treatedto
J Canal Point, will \ved Donald Ed-
TI: :; an I-F1orida citrus fare." ward McKinnon of Dearborn Mich., Charlie Boss, at Salem, Ind. Mr.
Boss is ill at his home
critically
Starting with Florida citrus cup _on September 24. I
supreme, breakfasters will then be there. Before returning they plan ''''
introduced to ample portions of also to visit Mrs. Mary Chiviges --
Alton W. Jones and his mother,
former Pahokee resident now living -
scrambled Florida and ham
eggs Mrs. C. B. Jones, are spending a
and hickory-smoked bacon. South- in Michigan,.and other friends 'I
vacation in North Carolina.
I Jin Kentucky.
ern sunshine grits orange muffinsand
rolls Florida orange marmalade -

and strawberry preserves Flo- 111111+++II : II- HHH- : I : : 1111 : I : I : 1111 : 11I1 I : I : III
rida lychees and coffee.
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Funeral Services .
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MRS. MARTIN WILLIAM CARYMiss I ..
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w for Thomas Dean' 'R I NeE LAKE DRIVEINPahokeeBelle

Corinne Collins Weds Lt. ]MartinWilliam -
II Funeral services for. Thomas L. I Pahokee Glade Road
Cary In Church Ceremony I __ .
Dean, 71, Pahokee waterworks operator -. :- _,
2 MG FEATURES
In an altar setting centered with i cousin of the bridegroom was at who died at the local hospital ,-- -

an,open Bible and a lighted taperon 1 the bride's book., Others assistingthe on Wednesday of last week I-SUNDAYMONDAYTUESDAY'JULYS45 SUNDAY-1\IONDAY-TUESDA1 JULY 3-4- '

the communion table Miss Coi i hosts were Mrs. I.M. Lair, Mrs were held Saturday at 10 a. m. at

zinne Collins daughter of Mr. and Paul Rardin, Mrs. C. A. Chase, the Church of God on, Barfield Circus"PLEASE
Mrs. Lewis Minter Collins of Paho- Mrs. Mildred ..Schoeppel Mrs. Fred Highway; with the Rev, Thomas DON'T EAT *"6 Big
kee, and Lt. Martin William Cary, W. Moore,' Mrs. Billy Rawls, :Mrs. Shoemaker pastor officiating.
VICTOR MATURE, AND
Jr., U. S. Army, son of Col. and H* M. McIntosh and the, Misses Pallbearers were Lonnie Warren, 'THE DAISIES', .
Mrs. M. W. Cary Sr., of Marianna, 1 Diana Graham,. Willie Carson Adams Dickson Crekvs A. RED BUTTON
Enfinger,
DORIS DAY DAVID
were ,united In marriage Sunday, Alice Elaine Hurt, Bonnllu I Earl York, Arthur Williams and NTVEN,,- ATSO -
June 26, at 4 p. m. at the First I Lair Dottie Lair, Paula Collier and Homer Brooks. JANIS WOE AND SPRING } ': "HONG KONGCONFIDENTIAL"'
Methodist Church in Panokee, with Jann Plumer.Outoftown. Burial at the Port BYII GTON
was Mayaca .- -"
the Rev. Wayne Owens of Jacksonville guests included CoL .
former pastor of the Pahokee and.Mrs.M. W. Cary, Sr., Marianna I Cemetery. i If I 1.:'I- : I. : : :"".1 I : I : : I- }-..! I I : : : r,--w-w w : wK -w-t+:-*-t

church,'officiating. The scene .was ; Mrs. E. R. Cary, Mr. and Mrs.I -
lighted with two seven-branched Stanley Gaylord and children Nan I
t.' _
candelabra bearing white tapers, Cary and Jim, Tampa; Mr. and .. ',, ,

and on eithelr side were baskets of Mrs. F. J.., Winchester. Sebring; .. "' : ...,.&'r'",':+J ,
white mums and gladioli against.a Mr. and Mrs. Charles Collins Mr.

background of 'potted, palms. :and Mrs. Latimer C. Farr, Wau- '..
Robert O. Lampi, baritone, sang chula; Miss Anita Cowart, Jack-I ', ., .1. 'R :: '
'1 Love You Truly" "Whither Thou sonville; Mrs. R. E. Griffis, :Miss .. -
Goest" and "0,Perfect Love." Miss Lee Sanders and Miss Charlotte I :- --- .
Jill McHwain was organist :Harden West Palm Beach; Mr. )
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Given in marriage by her father, :and Mrs H.E. Smith, Orlando; Mr. '''
the bride was lovely in a candle- and Mrs. Fred Moore and Mrs.

I Harry Dermody Miami. oj I11'

," Chan-tillylace! :For the ,wedding 'trip the -bride .. ...._...,, f <. ":
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,on bodice and skirt ending 'in 'a changed'10.gray dotted swiss suit ....
cathedral train. The fingertip veil with white accessories and a white '

p of,illusion was attached to a "Maryof orchid corsage. After a brief honeymoon .
Scot" creation with swirls of Lt. and Mrs. Cary will reside the ,
lace and ,twists of pearls. Her only I at Fort Sill, Okla., where he has- I ,Come, meet star of ourF'\\
jewerly was a diamond lavalier been assigned 'for military duty.
which was the wedding gift other I l :

father to her mother. She carried a FORD :
bouquet of white roses with ivy. Friend Home Scene- "Jul DEALERS :t /
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Collins
The bride's attendants were her Of $ PartyOne :
cousin, Mrs. James E. Costin of -

Orlando, matron of honor; Miss of the last;,social events honoring '
<< Annette :McIntosh, Miss Jeanine Miss Collins before her marriage -. "TRADING/ fAIR I
Mock and Miss Kay Friend, all of 'was a buffet dinner given !

Pahokee, and Miss Sheila Gary of by. Mrs. Lewis Friend and daughter ,
Marianna sister of the bridegroom. MissKay Friend apd Mrs. Rupert '
bridesmaids.,They wore peach taffeta ? Mock and daughter, Miss .1

sheaths with marigold overskirts Jeanine Mock, at the Friend homeon a: GAUXIE >
matching dainty scallped East Main St. Pink Roses were SEGAN ,
caps and,carried cascade bouquetsof featured by the hostesses in the :: J
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carnations.Lt.
decorations: .'.
Robert Burns of Barnesville, I Guests;: were Miss Collins, Mr. .,r' I If
Ga.', a classmate of the bridegroom ,j and Mrs. L. M."Collins,.Mrs., H. JS,
at West Point, served as best man.I I Smith, Miss Cindy and Miss Merry
Ushers were Lewis Collins, brotherof 1 I Friend, :Lt:*1.L W. Cary, Jr.. Lt. -'
the bride; Mike Gary and Steve I II Robert Burns Lewis Collins...Hunt- ,

Gary brothers of the bridegroom er Latham, Rupert Mock Jr., Rup- ...
,an'dJ, V Thomas, Jr., his cousin. I ert Mock Sr., and Lewis Friend. the Grab biggest your partner money-saving:And come event arunnin in town'to! t_ =.-.......... .. ....- .. : ;>
Ffcr her :Mrs. Following dinner two tables' of to
; daughter's wedding We're celebrating Ford's sales success : '* t
Collins chose champagne chiffono I bridge were enjoyed by the younger with terrific trades on 1960 Fords! NOW : j ....

ve, r taffeta, featuring elbow- group. 11 And what cars to save on! Take ford's fresh, : SHOWING It
length sleeves and a shirred bodice 1 ; new styling. That gracefully eloping hood the greatest display: _
with matching hat and accessories. : not only sets the trend for beauty, but it lets : thrilling of ,
Luncheon Is Given s 11 IOU bee the road 4H feet closer to the car. : performer eVer ..
or-ids. For Miss Collins i Step inside. The doorway udo egn is gone, : asse mbled for Your fun '

:i rs. Cary, Mother of the bridegroom i go no more bumped knees.It's Ford famous i and excitement! .

wore,a silk shantung dress!I A luncheon for Miss*:Corrine Collins Built.For.People. Comfort. As for performance 'J "-
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: t can take pick from Ford's ... ......
-you your .....
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in'blue
with lace bodice and match ....
j, was given by Mr s. Emil J. : V-8's* or Six ....... ... ....
lug; accessories. Her corsage was]I'Graham and daughter. Miss Dianna Special Trading Fair trade-in allowances,

purple orchids. I Graham at their home, 785 Bacon easy terms! MfofloM*at tiigkt Additional toll .
At the reception, given by the Point Road, with members of >
bride's parents; at their ,home, the Miss Collins' Sunday School class, ,t BEST VALUES! BEST TRADES! BEST SAVINGS!On the world's most popular cars! F.DJLF.

bride's table was covered with a who assisted at the wedding reception -

white cut-work linen cloth and centered attending.as guests. Presented Pahokee Motor -
Company -
with a three-tiered cake'top- I as gifts to the honoree by the !
ped with white sweetheart roses. hostesses were a leather guest

Silver candelabra lighted the, table,I book and a crystal glass which ': I. PAHOKEE' FLORIDA .
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and punch was served from a crystal once belonged to Mrs. Graham's -
bowl.. Miss Nancy- Thomas" .,*I I great. great grandmother : ":_ k.You're** Interested:in an 4.+* Used, Carr-Be Sure to See Your Ford Dealer, 1:

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