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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 29, 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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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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July 29, 1960 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN -CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDINCIRCU'LATING



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; Names Commission Puts Pahokee City Council

Sugar Co-op. .Budget -Into EffectCounty





t Chairman & Directors wound equalization the up$1,148,860,470 thelr'session commissioners to hear as county complaintson a Monday boardof tax Asks New Road Survey



\".' assessment roll and prepared to .

I : "Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative Lions Donate $20 To hold a hearing. August 8 on a tentative Funeral, ServicesFor At a regular meeting of the Pa-
for the fis-
budget coming
of Florida" came into.permanent hokee City Council Monday night a
organization on Monday of this County Blind, SurveyPahokee cal year totaling $9,625,261.The W. H. BarringtonWilliam resolution was passed asking the

week when officials were elected tentative budget, which is Board of County Commissioners to
Lions club reported $20 being advertised in detail in county Henry Barrington 75,
to
: at a meeting held in the Glades Office ask the State Road Department
contributed to a ,county survey of newspapers, is made up of these of Pahokee was found dead at his for the
v Building. Robert Apelgren of make a survey proposed
the blind in the county conductedby items: home on Bacom Point Road, Monday -
Pahokee was named chairman and new route of a highway through
South Side Lions Club in West Fine and forfeiture and $1,534- morning. .
11 a group of six prominent growers Pahokee. The resolution, as adopted
Palm Beach. 636; general revenue, $4,994,193; He has been a resident of this
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were named to the,board of directors by the city council, will be sent
The eight 'conservation committee general road and,.bridge fund $1- city for the past 13 years: He was to.the county commission and that

also reported 960 paid for eye 416,666; Capital Outlay No.2. & retired gardner. He. is survived body will send it on to the State
On the board of directors are: *
{ examinations and glasses for un- $200,000; Capital Outlay (correct) by' his mother Mrs. Amanda Bar- Road Department in Fort Lauder-

George Wedgworth of Belle derprivileged persons. $854,400; public improvement, rington, a sister Mrs. Lily Fuller dale.

i} Glade and Lewis Friend of Pahokee- Plans were discussed ,at the $150,235; Ocean Boulevard $200- and,a brother E. H. Barrington all Tentative plans of the State Road

I for three year terms. luncheon meeting Tuesday for alat1hsz..nfght" 900; Construction Account, Series of Montgomery, Ala. Williams- Department call for the new routeto

i Inman W. Weeks of ,South *Bay. but"no date,was set. 2, $55,865; Interest and Sinking Wetherington Funeral Home :n run north off the Bacom Point

9 and Walter Hull of Pahokee for B. R. Mosley, president, presided.. Fund No. 1, $48,194, and Interest Pahokee sent ,the body .to Montgomery Road across the corner' of the city

two year terms. LI--- abd Sinking Fund No. 2, $170,172.The for funeral service and park behind the Rice residence on

Walter Kautz ofCana1 Point and ;tax roll hearing came to an burial Tuesday.Funeral .
north the
Point
.'1 GasTaxRefwFormsAvaiiable' .. .. Bacom Road on
\ Roy Vandegrift,. Sn, of Pahokee end with only a few corrections in street back of the Pahokee Bap-

,_ for one year terms., 'assessments,indicated a result of Services tist church'' and through town to I

jj. The seven; members the..board : property owner's complaints. Said the city limits at Canal Point. This '

W) ,' represent various cooperatives or: Tax, Assessor David Stewart. regarding route, if chosen by the City and the
t ,. growing organizations throughoutthe .: one complaint of assess- For Atty. H. D. Beck State Road Department would clip

Lake Okeechobee area.Two additional The County Agricultural Agent'aOffices 'ments on certain rental, and busi- off the ,fronts of many buildings
members to be elected located ,in the Glades*Of ne.Ss .. "" .3 ."- .. '
\: are prOpertvktir .. 'J: sT < _aAtKSlroad_ : ran J1ortb, rom NoIs.s"_ -*- *:: ."
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aceTBuifdtog, Ben;G14de"W 531WorthtMiHtery ',:; ity ius, "Ftmeial services were.helel:Mon-
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: '!to i ', ., come to the city limitsat
) Trail;: Nest; ,PalmBeach : down day'aftemoon"at... the Community
dent growers. : iness property---are 25 percent Canal Point..
The group already is chartered. have:on hand the necessary from three years ago; in sOme Methodist church in Belle Glade for Several months ago officials of

The cooperative's aim is to combine forms to be.filled,out for claims for cases,''more, Some pepole don'tseem Attorney Herbert D. Beck"formerstate the,State Road Department consulted -

efforts of lake ,agricultural refund of Federal tax, on gasoline to realize that." legislator who passed away with City officials on the

interests in seeking permanent l used on a farm. In turning down a request for a suddenly Friday night following a I'I proposed route and the one men-

sugar cane growing quotas for 'The period covered by this:form $5,000 budget appropriation for heart attack."Mr. Beck had suffered tioned here is the first to be pro

Florida farmers: who desire to la from.July.1,1959: throughh June the '.Animal Rescue League of the one heart attack a few years' posed Where the final route will

'diversify their crops and which; will $0, 1960 and the form must be filed Palm Beaches, Commission Chairman ago but had been taking things a I I I be located is a matter of conjecture.
with the u S. District Director of little easier since that time. Burial I II I
: result in 'a more stabilized econ- Paul Rardin reiterated that .''"The first survey by the SRD
\\1, omy. It is expected that the group Internal Revenue on or before September in forming the new budget, now was in Hillcrest cemetery in West I will give residents an idea of whatto

will form definite plans which will : 30, 1960. The amount of completed, requests for,items that I Palm Beach. I expect if the road is built as
: be presented to representatives in refund of tax on gasoline is basedon would have cost $535,000 had to be Pallbearers were: Claude Shirley, proposed.

'" Washington when Congress con- the rate of .03c per gallon pur- 'eliminated I Jas. A. Ball, Jr., Robert Mathews, : -

vnees in August. !I chased prior to October 1, 1959 and "We feel thatthe taxpayer is George Royal, Ted Allen and Richard i

---- ,04c a gallon purchased I after October -I carrying Just about as much as he I Poston.Members of the MasonicLodge i Area Could Produce
1; 1959. withthis to which Mr. Beck belonged!

j No More Free Taxes I The gasoline for which refunds: I can carry slight at depression"the present, he time said. were in attendance at the funeral 5 Time Much SugarCLEWISTON

can'be applied for,is gasoline used and burial. He is survived by his
for farming purposes but does not t wife, Mrs. Ruth Beck and his mother -

i t By Pahokee:Council ,include gasoline used on the highway -' School Board Ups Mrs. Mary ,Beck of West Palm ..- Florida could

in processir.,"; or packing ope- Beach. Rev. Lee D. Rustin, pastor produce five times as much sugaras

rations or ,for personnel or non- thec, hurch, was in charge of the the 180,000 tons ground from
". Pahokee City Council passed an farming purposes. Taxes .33 Of A MillThe services. cane during the 1959-60 season, an

ordinance Monday night removingan Applications for the State Refund \ Mr. Beck was a member of the official of the U. S. Sugar Corp.
ordinance providing for tax exemption 'gasoline tax arc also available Rotary Club add immediate past
Pajm' Beach County Boardof said as he prepared to embark,on
i ? for new businesses coming and if the farmers have not president. Belle Glade Masonic
Instruction an inspection trip to Puerto Rico.
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.. Public Monday approved
":' f into the town- from the ordinance applied, they may pick up this application -, a tentative 1960-61 budget Lodge 273, American Legion Elks Harry T. Vaughn, president of

\ books. I at the same time thattheyobtain totaling $20,421,120 Club and Community Methodist the U. S. Sugar Corp. in the heart ,
'. ; The action followed .a request I I. the form'for refund of I' boost in Church:,.He was the,town's first at- of Florida's Everglades, said Florida's -
I This will involve a
.- .w from Mrs. M. L Keen realtor, and Federal
gasoline tax. and served as'city attorneyfor
I .33 torney production cannot be increased
of
*, -**, Lt E. Finney; builder, for renew--'! I countywide property taxes 19'years and three terms in the appreciably unless Congress
of tax grant of a,mill.
t.a1 a exemption and
'Chefs Resolution Cites Largest part of the budget is a Florida Legislature. He was form I raises quotas for U. S. cane grow- "
for Kwik
building permit a chairman. of the,Belle Glade Memorial
store to be erected in Pahokee fOI- record $13,265i74 for support and f
ers.President
Herbert BeckA board former
the of graTit1,;Atty. maintenance of schools. The fig- Hospital Eisenhower's reduc-
lowing the I
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expiration chairman of the board of directorsof
; tion Cuba's quota by 700-
$507,771 over the amountbudgeted sugar
is
ure
; and Local unanimously
permit. grocerymen ap- resolution passed -
.( ,. last the Everglades Federal Savingsand 000 tons will be made up by increasing -
peared before the council to pro- by the Palm Beach County Com- year.
i Loan AssnFormer allotments to Haiti, Pan-
test.'the tax ,exemption ordinance mission on Monday of this week Public hearing and final adoption .
: of the budget has been set forAugust ama,Costa Rica, the Netherlands,
which was taken off:the books., ,cited the late Attorney Herbert D.
; ResidentDies Nationalist China and the Philip
The qounci\ also authorized the Beck of Belle Glade for his accomp 10. i
installation of traffic breakers on I' lishments in behalf of Palm Beach It had been expected that school In Fort I pines.
Myers Vaughn explained it would take
the southern send of Annona Ave, county. The resolution was proposed expenses this year would show an
increase of more than two mills, time to increase sugar acreage In
5 as requested by residents in that by County Commission Chair- Lees
f. but' cash reserves and surplus Woodrow ,- 14, Opa Locka, Florida and Louisiana. New land
; section. man Paul Rardin. The handsome i
and formerly of Canal Point, died would have to be prepared even-
of more than $1 million,dollars off-
J, A resolution was passed petitioning original copy will be presented to-
Tuesday in Sunland Training Cen- before a is planted. Potentially -
': t the chairman of the county Mrs. Beck by Mr. Rardin. set the anticipated hike. crop
ter, Ft. Myers, after a brief illness. however all the Everglades
i l commission expedite the survey a gBoltons The budge ..provides for an increase ,
Surviving are his parents Mr. could be used for production,
; of $1,417,34$ in the portionbet sugar
of State Road 15 through Pahokee.
"t.. J,.,- To 'Open aside for salaries of teachers. and Mrs. Merl Wilson Opa Locka;i he said. -

: Drug Store MondayMr. Board members last month ap- two sisters, Mrs. Mary Helen Mill.I "The Cuban situation i, disturbing -

Q t TO PHILADELPHIA proved a $300-a-year across-the- ion of Hialeah and Sarah Wilson and points up the fact that a

Mr.,and Mrs..A.,R. C .aStain.1eft and Mrs. John Bolton, own- board raise and' additional. mere of Opa Locka; four brothers Ar- strong domestic sugar industry

\ ti.. :'this week for Philadelphia where ers of the popular Bolton Rexall ments for teachers. thur, William. Edward and Jerry,' must be maintained," Vaughn as-

r Mr. Chast*in.enter. the Pre Drug store in Pahokee will be back Board members voted 3-2 against I all of Opa Locka. l I serted. .
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byterian Hospital for diagnosis and home and open for business on beginning a $150,000 group insurance -i mt m .

.: treatment. They were accompanied Monday,morning of next week. The 'plan for school personnel in Mr. and Mrs Jimmy Moore were I Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Rodgers are-

.. :....:' by Mrs;Lou. Hutchins of Palm Boltons,have been enjoying a-much 196061. If: it had approved the. the week end guests of his parentsMr. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Rodgers

Beach. deserved three l weeks} vacation. (continued on page 8) and Mrs. G. F. Moore in Miami. of Texarjana, Texas this 'Yeek.r -

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,\'.,, Page o. \ Everglades News. Canal Point Florida' Friday, July 29, 1960 f

9.
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!I Book On Cancer\ t of Cancer", has been issued as a Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Mackey and

fred, public education,service. It Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas are i
I-}-,...'..:,.= For General Public"The I may* be"obtained; without obliga- spending this weekend at Ft.

/- / .' tion from the Palm Beach County Myers Peach. |

.'. ,.' r Hopeful Side of Cancer",1 Unit of the American Cancer Society : Mrs. Jaudon and daughters re- (i
,. .... --- has just been published to provide 140 Lakeview Avenue' W turned to their home in Brandon /
'- the general public with basic facts I Palm Beach Florida. Phone tl Monday after being- ests of Mr. \
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sod information about the disease 2-7446. :, and Mrs. Wiley Tillis of Pahokee j
which .._., :'
uninformed
many people *+-mtBIB. -
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still believe to be fatal to al1'vic- GUTHRIE p
BETTERI.
) tims. .' .- S. Guthrie is a patient at
This booklet according to Mrs.I ; Everglades Memorial hospital in
t Jane T. Cook President of the
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Pahokee this week where he is recuperating
.. Palm Beach County Unit of the I :
from a heart attack.
W. American Cancer Society, empha-I Mr.: Guthrie who is 75 years of ale ,
', ,, The Rardin BuiTding In Canal Point, Florida sizes the fact that large numbers 1 Mrs. J. H. Miller was weekend has had very few sick spells during : l
.R of persons have been and are be- guest of Mr. and Mrs Lou Lombard
THE'LAKE OKEECHOBEE'REGION HOME OF the three-quarters of a centuryhe
; cured, and >
ing even greater numbers in MiainCUr.:
has lived. His doctor said he
". could be cured if effective and Mrs. Sam McKinstry, would have to have at least six
i: *.' 'tilE : EV'EItG-t-AIfES. NEWS treatment would be received

always Jr.. and family'have-returned" td! weeks complete rest: after'lie is'rA-
in time. their home after-being engaged in moved to nis
from the hospital:
. < Okeeckobee Without .
k; Serving the Lake Firming Region Solhe'of'the interesting chapters the".produ business1 In Ne W.Bern,' home.
!w InterrzpUou Ever Week*fot' :McWTnan30 Years' -
; : which everyone should read, Mrs. N. C. !

Established March:11* 1924 Published Every Friday Cook pointed out, deal with: What C. G. Coburn is confined to his -
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t Subscription' Price $2.00 Year In Advance is Cancer, How Can Cancer be home at Port Mayaca with a severe ON THE MENDDr.

Detected, What to do to Fight Cancer spinal injury received when Wilburn C. Young is recuPerating :-
The News Is Entered ,the Post Office
at
Everglades Memorial' !
he'fill from ladder at his home. in Everglades
In Canal'Pokrt,'Florida, as Second Class Matter Education Pays Off, Who Getsit .
"' Mr. and Mrs. Harris Folds ano hospital from a severe heart at- j 1
The Promise .
of Research and
: Paul tfardln 'Owner, Editor Publisher family are moving this week tp tack. His doctor said yesterday 1 1
r other information subjects. Sanford where they will make that Dr. Young is improving but !
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The booklet "The Hopeful Side their home. must take it easy for a while. ;
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r Here Is What Transpired, At Monday's .
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v The commission Monday: filming equipment for the,office of ,

:., Adopted resolutions .of. condoy !- Circuit Clerk Alex Arnette and fora .
't 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade
y ance on the'death of Herbert D.
tractor-mower for use at Palm
r Beck of 'Belle Glade, a one-time "
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Beach International Airport. SALES and SERVICE
; member of the Legislature.Was J
informed that Governor- Sent to the State Road Department ,

; nominee Farris Bryant will be Aug. a city of Belle Glade resolu-I I Heating Air Conditioning Appliances I '
27:'for a '"work session" on'county tion asking that State Road \
; problems? four-laned from Belle'Glade for 2.2miles .

. Referred to Engineer Steve Mid- north to the Glades office .'...... ... ... .. ........ ..j '..,.... 1
\. of 808 feet building. -- ,__,_ ,
dleton bids for repair -- ---
; of"storm sewer east of Oak St. on Announced that MIddleton and ,I II
Commissioners Foster and Lake
Lantana' Ave., Lantana. Apparent
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low bid'was the$9,517 proposal of Lytal wouTtt go' before the State I .
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:- A. O. Greynolds. Road Board at Tallahassee Tuesday -I I
--- Received for, examination and to check status of plans' for I

.'. possible' changing street names construction of State Road 9 in this I I I
;, a plat of Sherwood Park subdivision area.
". in Delray1!Bea h. Gave the name, "Commodore : tfir'I ,
Authorized'purchase of right-of- island" to the island in Lake Os- I II

,. .way,' to extend'Tabbit Rd, near borne'on which the Lake Worth
Belle Glade,.to"State.Rd. 80. Boating and Fishing clubhouse is 1i
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,,L *Called- .. for bids for' t.mlcroV T, -.. ,,,.situated...... : ._ _-_ _'__ _-::: _ :c __ c:_ :. i .. .. j
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Apply For Farm, Gas I BUY RESIDENCE
,. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew H. CUm-
Tax Refund Sept 30 mins have bought the residence

-- formerly owned by Mrs. Margaret
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GAINESVILLE September 30 Carstens and Mrs. Fern Frank on ,, : 1 1y

is'the deadline for'requesting a tax Greenstar Ave., in Vetville and on: { tx rtYy, ,. -
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refund for gasoline used on' farms their return from their wedding

and' ranched in Florida trip will make their home there.
The Florida Agricultural 'Extension Mrs. Carstens and Mrs. Frank

:'. Service points out that the have purchased a home, in West

amount 'of'federal tax paid' on all Palm and will move there 'within l.l"c,>>,< ,
gasoline used for farm purposes two weeks. Mrs. Frank, a memberof .3If;: : '::., :
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endingJune Pahokee
during the 12-month period Faculty ;:: ::: ;: ':t: t '"'
30.1960r: should computed past four years has accepted a i J : :':N. ,
on Internal Revenue'Form'2240. position at Burchshire Elementary II i Jl ,

Federal tax on gasoline in Florida School in that city. ... ,
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amounted to.1hree-'ce1 to a'gal 'I> :; J

Ion front July through September BIRTHDAY PARTY a .

,' 1959 and four cents a gallon from Mr. and Mrs. A. R.: Harringtonwere t:: i;: _

October,to June: 196: hosts at a'dinner party'honoringt '
Eitdnsion" ohO the
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n1sts. say '
their daughter'Janette on her laiiy'Y A
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C vision'should be mad on the .
.basis of"wh'eri. gasoline "was"purchased 16th birthday anniversary at theirhome' < :
I :'Thursday evening: A barbecue -
not when it was used.
."- "chicken'diiuier w served and:: .

dancing and games enjoyed 'by SUPE.ARKIIl' :

Gasparilla,Skip ,eight couples attending. '' ,: .
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Draws Big Crowds
Eegio'ri'Convention ( :

TAMPT-Nearly 10,000 visitors, Plans Expanding ., .I-1.; ..,;. ,.

from 37 states and seven foreign C'iti
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countries have signed'the "ship's MlAMtrBEACITr -' Expanded f

log! aboard the- pirate- .ship, Jose pteitt rfcr the'1960 American Legion -- .

Gasparilla ,during-the: first ,two 1 Nat1 ConVerttlonrparade, long- With,Electric refrigerator-freezer (or--a home or farm freezer) you can keel i' '

weeks of July,"report} officials at est staged 1n'the entire country, to a supermarket selection of meats, poultry, vegetables and'other fresh and frozen*,
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the Greater-Tampa, Chamber cf be held in Miami in October .
Bach in freezer
foods at your fingertips1 By preserving'home-grown products your ,
Commerce. The ship, Is to 'j
open j have been announced Lawrence '
summer tourists dor'the first: time i E. Hoffman, president by of the convention you'll freeze extra dollars into'your'budget-save money, work;food, time. :

Tr-Cityiesta I It corporation You can cut shopping trips; buy foods in quantity at bargain prices and store until' "

t Hoffman" revealed that 'approximately needed. Whe berries and fruits -in season, freezing i$ ea&ierthan canning.
H1l1sborough.and'Pbiel1as' Coun 170 units including bands, : rand

'' 4 ties. drum andb gle' corps, color Many.rural families'are living better, thanks to the convenience, economies, {
A sampling', of ,the first 1,500names guards; drill teams and-rifle'squads healthful:pleasure provided.ALL-ELECTRIC: refrigerator-freezers, and
in the :guest registration already'are lined"up-for the color- works full time atparttune .
'' home and farm freezers. And remember. Reddy-Kflowatt
looks show that 701 of the 1,500 ful spectacle scheduled for Mon
.r biggest bargain in town! .
Visitors were?from outside Florida. day. October 17. "Approximately \ wages. L
Leading the states'in number,registering 300 separate units are expected ElectricalAppliance ,
See the new Electric refrigerator-freezers rand freezers, too) at your
was Georgia followed by -
be included in the parade. Hoffman '
Alabama ,and' Ohio.., The fourth : said, "and,:entries are being alers.FLOIt1DA'PO. '

ranking'state was the real'surprise.It received daily FI'' & U5GHT COMPANY: .; .
was California.Foreign .. :
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the list of. signatures. were Germ- P.. Jernigan of Clewision Sunday. "
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:' qty England,:: Mexico Canada They are attending school of MIs- -ham /IL; )k.CJ __ tCl1t" .: :,.,'

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I PERSONAL NEWS NOTES J Jand ji I_1- t-TWT- --D-. Tz-; ,



Mr. Mrs. W. O. Moss and Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Poteete and

' children have returned from Ridge- Mr. and Mrs. David Unwin spent

crest, N. C. where they took their the weekend at Paradise Point
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sons Bill and Harry Cunninghamto Fla.
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Ridgecrest summer camp.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene, Pickren have

Mrs. E. C. Surface and son Robert returned from Tallahassee where

of'Frankfort Ind., are the they spent several days.: While

house guests of her 'brother and there they bought a home and will c' 3 r

sister-in-law Dr., and Mrs..R. C. move to that city this summer.

Lane and family.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tillery and

and Mrs. J.. D. Rogers hadas family accompanied by her mother -

guests this week, his sister Mrs I Mrs. Adahne Wroten have rs-
Nellie O'Riordcnrf of Fort Pierce, tutned from Treasure Island where
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and his cousin Angus Williams and they spent a week vacationing.Mrs. .
Robert McHwain of Tampa. Wroten and her daughter Mrs.

Tillery and children also recently
f Mrs. Bill Justice and children visited her sister Mrs. Mae Baileyin
Linda Sue and Mike spent the Jacksonville.. .

k weekend Fort Myers.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude L. Shirley
Carolyn Sellers has returned, to
Jr., have returned from Chatanooga -
1. her home after at Good
surgery Tenn. where they attended 41W
Samaritan Hospital in West Palm { _
Beach.. The National Concrete and Masonry _
i Association convention. On their
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I Mrs. Al Garcia and children of return they vacationed in Fontana

Tampa are the guests of her par- Village, N. C. and visited relativesin

ents Mayor and Mrs. Duncan Pad- Georgia. -
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Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wroten and Ga., 'was a recent guest of her Long Distance Dial I istic attitude of Americans taking cepted as the normal thing. )all over .

children have returned from Lake brother-in-law and sister Mr. and I I I things' for granted, even the most i the country. *

Worth where they spent a week Mrs. Paul Watson and family. Plan Is ExhibitedAt fantastic developments. Sixty Mr. O'Farrell dialed Honolulu .

on the beach. years ago the airplane was just a, with the ease of dialing someone-
Mrs. W. R. Enecks, of States-
I the regular meeting of the dream. Today air travel is com- across the street. He also dialedSt.
Mr. and' Mrs. Kyle Scott, and boro, Ga., is the house guest of her Civitan Club July 21, a demonstration monplace. Thirty-five years ago Louis, Mo. to secure a recorded

son Kyle, Jr., are visiting her par- son-in-law and duaghter Mr. and of long distance dialing was television was just the figment of announcement concerning state-
ents Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hackney Mrs. D. W. Cunningham and fam-
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presented by Zeke C. O'Farrell someones imagination. He pointed llite information.Zeke
in McAndrews Ky. ily. Group Manager, for Southern Bell out that in all probability no'one then discussed the Bell

Dr. and Mrs. John Bolton are Mr. and Mrs. Russell Currin and Telephone and Telegraph Company within the sound of, his voice was System's interest in National Defense -
without a television set at home. 1 I dwelling briefly on his Com-
f of Sarasota are the guests
spending a month's vacation in Hot. family Zeke .and Don Fishier are
Springs Ark. of her brother-in-law and sister Zeke discussed a fantastic development I panpart in the distant early
I II pictured placing a call to the North which is more warning radar network that extends -
i[ Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Boe nad family. coming 1 I
i American Air Defense Commandin and more into use, namely long across Alaska. Also the intricate -

11 11i t tII DRIFT AND REEFFISHING !I IVilllam returned from B. O'steen,Germany. who where recently he I Colorado Springs, Colorado. ,distance dialing. It was tried out i communications network

Prior placing.. the call Mr. for the first time in 1951 up in New: whose hub in Colorado Springs I
was stationed with the U. S.
I Army for the past 16 months, is,i O'Farrell. discussed the characterMr -I Jersey and already it is being ac-j,Colorado.. t.
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O'Steen f9llowing his honorable : and Mrs. L. T. Sapp, Jr., and I PAHOKEE AND CANAL POINT .
discharge from the army. Before I family have returned to their homein

entering the service Mr. O'Steen Jacksonville after visiting Louis I HURRICANE DISASTERF
graduated from Florida State University uncle and aunts Mr. and Mrs. I

in Tallahassee.Mr. Davis and Mrs. Blake Dunson. COMMITTEE J .'is'
BLUE HERON DOCKS I \ "
BLUE HERON B1VD and Mrs.; J, ,L. Reeves have Mr. and-Mrs.' -.R. W.. Sanders, Areas Covered by this committee Pahokee Canal Point and. Stream-
RIVIERA BEACHVICTOR I as their house guests their daugh- vslted' their sons-in-law and I Headquarters: Pahokee City Hall Phone 508 -' !

f II I ter-in-law Mrs. Albert Graves and daughters, Lt. Col. and Mrs: P. A.I f Office Home

4-3573 1 son Steve, of St. Augustine. Their Keyes and family and Mr, and CHAIRMAN Leonard Dobrow ...... .-_ 3571 3641
t |'son Albert is attending National James Wilson and family in Miami I \
VICE-CHAIRMAN Lewis Friend _. 7102 7236
at Warner this week. Lt. CoL Keyes is .a patient '
Guard Training Camp
I SURVEY, Paul Rardin __ .. 2661 3151
Robins Air Base near Macon where: at Pratt General Veterans I
WARNING & EVACUATION Thadd Whidden ._.,_..,3682 696
he is an instructor. Following the Hospital in Coral Gables. I -
Classified AdsHAD RESCUE Frank Rozelle WY 6-2088 2401MEDICAL
H camp he will join his family Pa- '
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Maxson and
& E. C. Johnson, M. D 623 7261
hokee. family have returned from Prince- NURSING Mrs. May :Magrill R. N. 4381

A VISITOR? Give ,2661 ,a Mr. and Mrs. James G. Thomas, ton, Fla., where they visited rela- FOOD D. L. Hooks 7280 7280
and let know about it I
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,Jr., have returned from Baton tives. CLOTHING, Joe Kahn _.._ > 4271 4181
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and we will be happy to put the
item in our"personal news.column. \ Rouge and New Orleans, La., where. Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Hendersonhave SHELTER, James W. Vann -___. '566 3473
and friends.Mr.
Of course there is NO CHARGE. they visited relatives returned from a vacation in FAMILY SERVICE Mrs. Helen Hillier 618 7358

Thanks. 'The Everglades News. and Mrs. Lewis Friend and Kentucky where they visited hii COMMUNICATION Billy McKinstry 7500 500

by Miss Faith mother Mrs. Anna Henderson and i. TRANSPORTATION James H. Wilkinson Jr. 7209 7209
family accompanied
IS YOUR CLUB OR Church group her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. PUBLIC 'INFORMATION, Luther York 571'
meeting this week? We would be Sasser have returned to their home
Ruggles in Vanceburg, Ky. While
glad to know about it and will use from a vacation in California and I away they also visited her brother SHELTERS WHITE: Pahokee City Hall Pahokee School Buildings,
it as a news item if you'll'just Wyoming.Mr. and Canal Point School. .
I and sister-in-law Mr. and' Mrs. ,
give us a ring at 2661. Thanks. and Mrs. L. M. Mullis and I,Joseph: Ruggles in Waverly, Ohio. SHELTERS COLORED: Pahokee, East Lake School Canal Point
The Everglades News. There is no To Be Announced.
charge of .course.. I daughter Karen have returned, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Maxson and I
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from a vacation spent in White I
IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION past I Springs and halt Springs, Fla. their nephew Bobby Parker havereturned The Rev.. Robert Shelley has returned Gene Pugh has enlisted the U.
from a vacation at Asheville -I'I
due_? If you're going on vaca- 1 to his home after visiting S. Coast Guard and is receiving his
tion let us have a check before.you j Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Shirley are N. C., and, Gathngburg, Tenn. I relatives in Virginia. Mrs. Shelley training at Cape May, N. J. .

go. Send $2.00 and we'll renew vacationing' in Little Switzerland, Miss Judy Cunningham, Miss 1 I and, daughter Lisa remained for a

your paper for one year.. The N. C. Before returning home they Susan Johnson Miss Jennie Lee ,longer visit. Gaulden Harrington left this'

Everglades News,' Canal Point. will visit Mr. and Mrs. Browning Hall, George McElhenny and H. L, week to visit with relatives in
Dr. W. C. Young-Is a patient at Georgia. Before returning home
Fla. Roach and family in Maryville, Oyle who have bene attending
the Everglades Memorial Hospital he plans to visit his nephew and
f : Tenn., their son-in-law and daughter Palm Beach Junior College will
FOR SALE New and used WillysJeep's. in Pahokee.Mr. Harrington
: Mr. and Mrs. Richard 'Thierry niece Capt. and Mrs. John -
complete the summer term this.
; Walter Ashley's Garage in Del. ,
Alice Dover
Ala., and Mrs.
in Anniston
I In Belle Glade Phone 3058. week. I and Mrs. Elmer Maxson' have /
Oct. 17-54-ch.. Parrish of Gainesville. as their guests this week their L. V. McClelland a patient at
Mr. and Mrs. Vorhees and
Boyd
: Mrs. L. M. Mullis will enter the I nieces and nephew LydiA Ann,Can- Edgewater Hospital in Chicago
have returned to their
home
FEINTING OF ALL 'KINDS. If family
Memorial Hospital for dice and T. P. Bunnell of West where he underwent heart surgery
Everglades
after visiting his brotherinlawand
need cards, envelopes letter-
you Her Mr. Palm Beach. Wednesday.Joe .
heads, statements, bill heads, handbills surgery Thursday. parents sister Mr. and Mrs. D.P.Jonesand
or something'in the:printing and Mrs. H. C. Kinney, of Wau- his mother Mrs. Laura Vor- Mr. and Mrs. Alex Ramey and Parker who is stationed at

line just step to the phone and call chula will arrive this week to be hees in-Naples, her sister Mrs. S. P. son are vacationing in Texas for the Naval Base in Jacksonville was

The Everglades News at Canal with ,the Mullis family. I Lee and family in Miami her parO'l several weeks. weekend guest of his parents Mr.

Point No 26614.We are experts in Mr. and Mrs. Arch Blakey who, ents Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Grove in Mr. and Mrs. O.H. Sheppard and and Mrs. J. P. Parker of Canal '

producing ex&tent printing and have been visiting her mother: Vero Beach. family are visiting relatives in Point.Miss.

our prices are in line with, out of Mrs. Nellie Naylor in Arapahe,I Boyd Vorhees, Jr., has enlisted Alabama.E. : Julia :Mathis has returnedto

town printers who come to the Okla. and relatives in Tulsa Okla, I din I the U. S. Coast Guard and is .her home after visiting Dr and
Glades for printing business.Please are expected to return ,to their, K.Vorhees has returned to his
taking his basic training at Cape Mrs. David Bleech in Orlando.
give us a can. Phone 2661. home next week. .__ I May, N. J. He is the son of Mr. and home in Portsmouth Va., after

Mrs. Boyd Vorhees of Canal Point. visiting his brother and sister-in- Gene McCall of Chicago, Illinois,
RUBBER HOSE '- :More than a Mrs. Ella Crippen of Dania, is

million feet in stock prices below visiting her son-in-law and daughters Judge and Mrs. K. E. Cookseyand law Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Vorhees and will join his family :Monday who

jobbers costs garden hose and Industrial Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hatton, Sr., family. \ have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. M.
hose for every service. and Mrs. Ralph C. Stnaley. children of Monticello, Fla., C. Carter and Mr. and :Mrs. J. L.

Suction dire, air water, irrigation, are the guests this week of her Members of Canal Point Metho- McCall.Mr. .

spray. HOSE, REMNANTS, :MTT.T. Mr. and Mrs. George B. Ramey, mother Mrs. John S. Harrington.Mr. dist Youth Fellowship enjoyed a
ENDS. Couplings of all kinds. AN' who have been visiting his mother beach party at Jensen Beach Sat- : and Mrs. J. H. Strayer and

INCH OR A MTT.re AMAZON Mrs. Mattie Ramey of Spring Hill and Mrs. Grady Echols.and urday.Some 19 members attended. family have returned to their home-

HOSE &RUBBER CO. 3950 North Kansas who is ill, expect to returnto family have returned from Alabama Chaperones were Mr. and Mrs W. after being engaged in produce

g, Miami Ave. Phone PLaza 4-4566, their ,home, in Pahokee next where they vacationed and E. Johnson, Mrs. Angus Sims and business for several' weeks. 'y,Iri', New
:Miami Florida. Aug. '19pd.l.41. week. visited relatives for a week. Mrs. Elmer Maxson. Bern N. C. ;
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.:. Angus Williams, of Tampa was Miss Janette Harrington is coun-
ri' the guest speaker at the Methodist selor at the Clover Leaf 4-H summer -
Men's Club in the social hall of the camp at Lake Placid this week
>v I Church Tuesday evening. His top- The entire A. R.Harrington fam-
:: i ic was "Mere Man." He was introduced ily is attending the camp. Mr. and

: by Frank Rozelle program Mrs. Harrington will also assist the
I Ij I chairman. Dr. R. C. Lane counselors and their son Ross and

. was master of ceremonies at the daughter Nancy will attend the
dinner meeting when wives of the camp. Others from Canal Point and
The Pahokee ChurchOf Canal Point First .|The Methodist Church members were invited guests. Mar- Pahokee attending .are; Elizabeth

i'. The Nazarene Baptist Church Canal Point FloridaRobert shal Lair gave the devotional and Gist Lodus Gray, Maxine Trett
hosts for the occasion were Joe Gloria Hall Grayson Braddock and

:; .. 71 Bacozn Point Road Elder R. E.Barfield A. Shelley, Pastor Hatton, Sr., C. M. Todd, Frank Teddy :McCall of Canal Point and
: .:, Charles F. CrauaweU, Pastor SUNDAY: SUNDAY: Friend Puncan Padgett and J. V. Lynn Nicely of Pahokee.
| Phone 7528 P. O. Box'882f7 10:00 a. m,-Sunday School 10:90 a. m.-Church School Thomas. ..

.' SUNDAY' SERVICES: 11:00 a. .Morning Worship' 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Members of the club voted to set Mrs. Jack Barwick
\\l 9:45'a. m.-Sunday SenooJLf 7:00 p. m. B. T. C. 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship $2a year as membership dues and I
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-" 11:00 a. mt Sunday WorM 8:00 p..m. Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship to charge members $1,25 for meals i Weds A. H. Cummins
l 6:30 p. m.--Juniors. WEDNDESDAY: MONDAY: and $1 for meals of guests. The

I.-'. '7:00 p. ra.-Sunoay: Service Evening. 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer 3:15 p. .Youth Choir practice cabinet meeting of the club .was Announcement has been made by
: Evangelistic Service TUESDAY: scheduled for the second Tuesday Mrs. Joe Hatton, Jr., and Mrs.J. .
r. WEDNESDAY: 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society1st of each month,and the dinner meeting Ray Hatton of Pahokee of the

/.- 7:30 p.meeting m. Midweek Prayer 7:30, p. m.-Ladies. Auxiliary Tuesday2nd the third Tuesday. Some 40 marriage of their mother, Mrs.
f- :Meeting. MONDAY: I members and guests attended. I, Jack Barwick, to Andrew H. Cum-
f "Where you are a. stranger trot .. 7:30 p. .-Esther Class meeting I! -. .
%, once". 4 I mins of Jacksonville.The
WEDNESDAY
; .. Canal .Pt. Missionary 7:30 p. m.-Prayer: Meeting Miss Penny Brower. ceremony took place at thepastor's

[: First Methodist Baptist ChurchRev. Honored At Shower terian Church study,of Umatilla the First July Presby-15.

Church Pahokee Church Of God Mrs. Ruth Yarborough, sister of
Charles D. Stewart Pastor I
, Miss Penny Brower was complimented the bride, was the matron of honor,
i.' ., Rev. Clare S.Hall SUNDAY 945a.:m.-Sunday School I Barfield Highway r with a party and shower at i and J. Ray Hatton, her son-in-law,

SUNDAY: '11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship A. M.-sunday School the home of Mrs. L. D. Duke Mon- was the best man.
t; 9:45 a. m.-Church School 16:30 p. m.-Training Union. 111:00 I A. M. "':Morning: Worship ,day afternoon.Miss Brower will be After a wedding trip to the West
>. ,11oo.a. m.-MornIng Worship 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:00. P. M.-L. W. W. B. (par- united in marriage to Alver Allen Coast and Canada Mr. and Mrs.Cummins .
':' 6:45 p. m. MYP WEDNESDAY: sonage) will make their home in
7:45 m.-Evening Worship Maloy July 31 at the First Metho- Pahokee.
p. J730 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. 7:30 P. M.. -Evening Worship
t' TUESDAY: 7:30 P. M.Tuesday-Prayer Meeting dist Church in Pahokee at 4 p. m. .....- --

:.r 7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac- The Church Of God The refreshment table 'was laid I CANAL POINT WMU MET
ticeWEDNESDAY I 7:30 P. M. Friday-Children's with a pink linen cloth. White gar- MONDAY AT CHURCHThe
: !I Of. :Prophecy, Pahokee Church denias and fern formed the table
: .- 7:45 m.-Mid-week devotions I
: p. 7:30 P. M. Friday--T. P. E.
arrangement. A crystal pnuch bowl W. M. U. of the Canal Point
. 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir Canal .Point Road m m mm
PI8.C-j and white tapers in crystal completed Baptist Church held their monthly
tice. i John H. Kinard,
.: ... pastor I I ON VACATIONMr. the table appointments. meeting at the church Monday;
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School Stokes left )
and Mrs. Roscoe
Mrs. Duke received the guests night. Mrs. J. D. Latham presidedover
St Mary's Catholic 11:00 &. m.-Preaching Service July 23 for a vacation in Gaines- i I with the honoree and her mother the business session and nam-

: Church 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service ville and Macclenny, Florida.Whilein I Mrs. Glenn Brower, Mrs. E. A. ed the following to serve on the
8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. Gainesville to Visit
they plan
i,Jensen was at the punch bowl: and nominating commu.teeto seCl1t'eqfficers
8:00 m. Thursday-W. M. B. Mr. and Mrs. Mullis and .
p.
,. Danny son
\ Father David Cronin Mrs. Lloyd Hundley the other host- for the new year beginning -
Everyone welcome. Special musIo and then Mrs. Mullis and planto I
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SUNDAY MASSES son '
t' 1.:ess assisted with the serving.: Some Octtie1st.? The ones ;namedto
First two masses of the month and singing. go with them to Maqclenny and are f
/. I 20 guests attended. serve ; Mrs. R. J. Maxson,
i'f 11:00. on to Georgia.They plan to be gone I I __ Mrs. J. L. McCall and Mrs. Paul

\ Other Sundays at 7:30. Christian ,Science about 10 days. Ii i )Ir. and _Mrs, Dick Atkins announce Rardin. Mrs. W S Evans was in.
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Group OJ Canal PointAn : the birth of a boy, Joel charge> of the program those taking -
: St. Peter's Lutheran Mr. and .Mrs. Grady Echols and I I Gunter, a.t-; $t. Joseph's hospital In part were;Mrs R. J. Maxson' ,

'. Church Belle Glade answer to problems of strife, Terry returned to their home Sunday -,'Fort Worth, Texas, on July 21. Mr. Mrs. J. H.' Bordeaux, Mrs. J. S.
, jealousy, and hate will be set forth, after a week visit with relatives -
f( :Erwin J. Baumgartner, Pastor Sunday at all' Christian Science in Alabama. :. ,. -1 I .. S. Atkins .of Pelican... Lak.e. .Mrs. Evans. -I"

_601 W. Lake RcL, Belle Glade churches. .
SUNDAY: Highlighting the Lesson-Sermon '

Divine Services 11.A. M. .on the subject' of "Love" are sev- 'THE U. TREASURY
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:Holy Nativity of the sparing of, "Saul's, life (I -/.... '
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* Pahokee enceand .Health with Key to the -
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Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy -
- / M.'Wendell.Ha1nl1n._. Vicar.. ( : -.
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SUNDAY: power of divine Love: .. ... ......... 7'.. .I.
11 10 a.a. m.xn.-Worship Sunday School Service\ "At all times and under evil all with cir-I .". .. .: ,," One of:the 149OOO. .selling"Shares : '\.i. '
cumstances overcome
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good. Know thyself, and God will .
First Baptist supply the wisdom and the occasionfor 1 in. America' : k.: "
a victory over evil. Clad in the i "
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,.. panoply of Love, human hatred '- .:
cannot reach The cement of a
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Rev. James E.
Boyd, pastor -
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will unite all in-' 4
higher humanity
SUNDAY SERWCHS: '
: terests in the one divinity" (571:
945 School
a. m.-sunday 'to coast eacfc day perform an outstanding -
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11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship ';
6:45: p. .Training Union The Golden Text is from Romans ;service'for their customers -

8:00 p. m. : Evening Worship (13:10)( : ,"Love worketh no ill to their community,.and the na-
WEDNESDAY.,. : his neighbour; therefore love- is the
8:00 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. fulfilling of the law." tjon by selling SharesInAmericaU.S. -

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OWNED AND,OPERATED,BIT MORE THAN" i .Every. Bond! bought since June 1?] aged :you'to buy your first Saving .

120 FLbRIDA_ CATTLEMEN 1 1959, now pays 3%% at maturity.* Bonds. The ,next ,time you t "rfrft.your .

WE WORK FOR THE BEST MARKET.INTERESTS' .OF Even elder win : .
CONSIGNORS AT'ALL TIMES- I your Bonds earnan 'bask fake time to thaak Mat

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Page,Eight The Everglades News. Canal Point, Florida Friday, July 29; 1eroI"

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Joint Circle Meet r tWEAT'HEB' I Shirley Circle Met .

L:,'/'. '. eY Held By Baptists 1 At U. S. -Sugar Plant Field I l\fondayEvening ,;

Station at Canal Point.
' f" '" The July meeting,of the Hannah Date' Temp. Rainfallmax. ; Mrs. Hugo Boe presented the

"''''' Scoggin-Annie Jones Circle of the .' min. inches program at the Gertrude Shirley
{"" % 4: Canal Point Baptist WMS ''met at July 20.s 94 73 .00 circle of the Methodist Woman's

i. the home of Mrs. James Gibson, July 21 ;. 95 69 .00 I Society of Christian Service Mon ...

; : : July 21 at 8 p.m. July 22 95 72: .02 day evening at the home of Mrs.
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,:' i, 4 .4YgW d.ti program "Christian means of July 24 95 72 .00 Better World Begins With Me."

p, Acquiring money." She created an July 25 92 73 .11 Dorothy BIns centered her devo-

" :' J 4 vd {Yf b Interest center of various objects July 26 70 .69 tional around "The Church Walking -

:.i which have been used for,money or Normal July rainfall 8.54. .with the World." Mrs. Frances

barter: colpred beads' sea shells, July 1960 rainfall todate 5.48. Dunson, chairman' presided at the
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' circle she placed.labels, price tags : in entertaining by Mrs. Ida
!r'!-; from various articles and ,a blank Stanley Hooks To ,-r .Larrimore, co-hostess. Twenty

t.. check. It was interesting to know members of guests:: attended. "
:" Attend Emory U. .. >
the various means>of exchange for
f : ; money. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Hughes, Kay
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hooks and
Mrs. R.,J. Maxson presided over and Lewell are spending two weeks

,.,' ..' <1 4[ "F the business session in the absenceof I I'children will leave Canal Point vacation at Salerno. ....

Mrs. Charles Maxson, Circle next week for Atlanta where they ---'
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:: Chairman. Mrs. J. s:: Atkins presented will live while Mr. Hooks is work- r : : : : : t : : ""T-! : t : +.:.,
@y copies of the book WOM- ing for his Master's Degree at Em-

,. AN'S Missionary Union by Alma ory University. They recently livedin AVAILABLEIn

i Hunt to each member present.It Cuba where Mr. Hooks was employed Your Community

announced that the Aug- with but
was a sugar concern Exclusive Kart
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ust meeting will be at the home of i the Castro uneasiness brought
Write or Wire Fla. Go Kart Dlstr.
Mrs. H. G. Rodgers at Bryant. about changes in plans for contin-
uance of residenance hi that count 1590 N. W. 27th Ave* Miami, Fla.
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? .x"< the Smoky mountains.They also'
r Pictured .above is Zeke O'Far- $;,4- worth of new Central Office plan to visit Mr. and Mrs. Julian THEATRES

. cell Group ,Manager, SouthernBell ]I" equipment. The constructionis Branch in.Hendersonville, N. C.Mr. I t

Telephone and Telegraph CBS type with concrete floors!' and Mrs. Branch and sons, Franklinand
Inspecting the construction and Bar-Joist roof. The building
Company Don are spending the summerat PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN
, wcrk on a building addition to i addition is at 211 E. Main St. in: Hendersonville, where he is connected .

the present Central Office building Pahokee. with the vegetable deal *n Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road .
i Zeke O'Farrell that we are -
in Pahokee. says
that area., Franklin and Don left -
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The addition to the building will I Il happy to be'a part of the growth of July 18 ,for a stay of 5 weeks at 2 DIG FEATURES .

l'.' ,., be,19 feet deep by 26 feet wide, ,one the Glades. He says "we will 'continue .Ridgecrest camp in Ridgecrest,. N. E I SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY ":.S DNDAY MONDAY Y -TUESDAY
in our efforts to provide good C. ... JULY Sl-AUG.1-2
i. story in Height. The construction telephone service when and where e JuLy Sl-AUG. 1-2 '
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cost will be $1 ,320, and will house the Glades residents need it." I "Journey To The -
:, Miss Naomi Elder, of Avon Park,
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Of The Earth"PAT
" who has been
:' School Board Ups- Miss Hatton, Bride and Mrs.' Ray Langford, has I BOONE, JAMES MASON.

". I -" Elect Is Honored gone to West Palm Beach to visit TURNER, JOHN, GAVIN AND ARLENE DAHL

(continued from page 1) her brother-in-law and sister Mr.I .SANDRA DEE AND ''DANVHERUHY ALSO -
t' : plan, taxpayers would have had to and Mrs. Douglas Fields. Mr. and
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Miss Roberta Hatton, brideelectof ( "Lure of the
', pay an additional of a mill during Mrs. Langford took her to that Swamp"Sure
Jay Salvatore, of Fort Pierce,
the next school
.t. Board Chairman year.Ralph Kettler was honored at a calling showerat I city.and visited with the Fields'I I( let I : I I I I : I I I I t I I I J I I : I I : J : I J : : I I .. If ; I J I I : I I I I

" moved that the plan be dopted and the, home of Mrs. H. J. Anderson .

his seconded Friday evening.Pink and white
motion was by Henry
0., Earwood. Members Robert .Rl: hibiscus were used to emphasize a I ..

I,,. Horner, Thurmond Knight and pink and(white color motif.
Harold Turner voted against the The refreshment table was laid,

proposal, stating'that they felt the with a lace.cloth, the crystal punchbowl PictureofaProfflisew

; matter should be deferred until was encircled with pink and

, next.year. white hibiscus and fern and there i

- ,Knight,pointed ,out that John were white tapers in crystal hold-, ,
who ers. Mrs. Graham Mole and, Mrs.
Remsen and Milton Carpenter, .
. will become board members in Louis Davis presided at the table '.. .. ... '
and Carol Mae Hatton, sister of "' .,, ,. "
January, were both in favor of ":-o't : : -
in next the bride: elect was at the guest i I ; ," ./
including group'insurance '1 L .,..:.... ,
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Watkins said he' 'thought it honoree'were Mrs. Robert C. Hat- \ "
should be deferred and pointed! ton and 'Mrs. H. J. Anderson. Thebridegroomto "
: be's mother and
out that expenses this year were
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aunt from Ft. Pierce attended the
already causing, a .33 increase in
millage. shower'with some other 45 guests.

(Editor's Note: Chairman :Paul Hostesses assisting Mrs. Anderson tyes' .

Rardin of the County Commission were: Mrs. R. F. Hurt, 'Mrs.

reminds taxpayers that the County Louis Davis Mrs. Graham Mole, :.; t ,.'

Commission recently adopted a Mrs. Duncan Padgett, :Mrs. J. D. >. 4kwc "kkf H.i''i' Y 4

budget showing a ,tax decrease of Rogers, Mrs. Robert Walker and
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.13 of'a mill.: So, Mr. Taxpayer, if Mrs. Frank Rozelle.Tranports :: '
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your tax bill Is a little higher this

fall, don't blame the County Com- Moving .
mission.) ,,1i 's a grand old flag : ,
Milk To Miami Area
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"- That's why we'sa.lute her. '

'Scouts Thank Prince \ That's why we pledge allegiance to her
Have you been seeing ,those big ,
Theatre For MovieBoy stainless steel transport''' trucks That pledge, in its simplest terms' "

zipping along US441 through Carnal is,another way of saying, "Count me **
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Scouts of Troop 628 were the Point and Pahokee T Eleven of in. You're my country and I love you .

guests of the Prince Theatre on them,' making: the run regularly, and need you. Your problems are, _?<. ... \ : +
are carrying milk from Okeechobee my problems, end I'm with you ; l t Y. a
Friday night. It was a most enjoyable -
county to 1fiaml.distribution. cent- all the way!'
movie and we Scouts wish I .'... Y }

to'express our appreciation to, the ers.Each Your country's biggest single, f ":,,, YM'S h f .r.,
truck carries 6:000: gallonsof .
problem is the perpetual responsibility ,
theatre and its management.The { raw milk and on Tuesday of this. for keeping the peace its people :/ xr-.

project of our troop for this week it was bringing': 61c per gal want. You can help with this .'b:;

summer was to sand and paint our lon delivered in MiamL A little : problem by'remembering this: _
Scout bus "Lizzie No. 2' and this rapid calculation shows that this
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object is well under way. There has one run through, this area is cause Peace costs money..Money for 8a Yr

been a work detail each day this for reutrn of 40260.00 daily to I! military and industrial strength. .

\ weeK and will be 'until the-job, :'s Okeechobee producers,, Other outlets i Money for science and education. t, F.. _ __ .
And saved individuals- -
by _
money
completed.On are used also of milk from
by to the : *
you-; help keep economy ,
Saturday July 30th-the troopis Okeechobee county's 22 producing r
Bonds provide this ,.
1'.Itronc.
planning a camping trip to Jupi dairies,which Is delivered. to other ,<7 ... money.
.1 !' Grind PrtM Xnanet'SttliaiI Kewsjuper Rc tc. Ca stal.ae
ter. They will leave Scoutmaster parts of the state. luau H. xlnt'-drat ,
Mims home at 12:30 P.'M. and return -- :--- '

on Sunday afternoon.. The NE\V'PHONE ADDITION I Help Strengthen America's Peace Power
plans will be'completed at'thE"'teg-. Southern<< Bell Telephone Com-! ,

ular meeting on Friday night.. pany is doubling its floor space at I

Reported by Wayne Ludlom: the Pahokee telephone exchange I U S. Bonds
.... building located on Larrimore I Buy Savings

Mrs. Helen Holt is visiting' her Road, by erecting an addition to

brother-in-law,' and sister Mr. and the present building. ;The new
Mrs. D. C, Whitaker, and family structure is 20-26 feet. The builders \ 'i. NOW PAYING 3K% INTEREST

of Atlanta. .Before:returning)lame is Ralph Thompson and.son of .M< ,,'"';- ,
Tht US.Government doe not for this advert'ting.Tht Treatury Department Many
Whitakers will pay
she and the ,, ,
vaca- Hojlywood. The date is "
} completion !,
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