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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: August 5, 1960
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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August 5,1960CIRCULATING PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL R.ARDINI' .

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I 2-Mile Limit i Effective Funeral Uncle 'Ken.Services)Elliott. Richlands Sale "i Is Out t;; ,






!. Coming School Year held Elliott FXineral at 86 the,services Pahokee Pahokee for pioneer First Jiles Benton Metho-, were State To Lease Land :j


dist Church Tuesday .at 3 p. m.,
with the Rev.. A. D. Houglin, former
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Strict enforcement of the tws- Morrison Expands pastor of the church, and the Two New MembersFor Last ''Thursday's. Richlands, Inc., ;

mile limit rule,for school bus trans- Rev. T. C. O'Steen,pastor, officiat- land sale held In the Glades Office ':
Cafeteria Chain '
portation goes into effect at the lug hokee.Rotary' building by ,members the In-
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start of the new term, School Board Mr. Elliott, known locally as ternal Improvement Board saw .
members ruled Wednesday."This TAMPA-The' Morrison Cafeteria "Uncle Ben", died at a Hollywood John D. Rogers of Pahokee, en- only a handful of the acreage sold. ..' ,
board has to pay the full Co.- has released details of an hospital Sunday after a long ill- gineer for Pahokee Drainage Dis- Records show that a little more

cost of transporting children within expansion program throughout ness. Born in Manchester, Tenn., he trict with offices in Canal Point, than'1,000 acres were sold at auc-
the two-mile limit, and we have Florida. came to Pahokee in 1922 from the and Rev. T. C. O'Steen newly'nam' tion out of the total of nearly 3,000
neither the money nor equipment," Leases have been signed for new West Coast and was one of thecany ed pastor of the Pahokee Methodist acres offered.

Ralph Kettler, School Board chair- cafeterias in Cocoa and Sarasota, pioneer farmers Of this sec- pastor of the Pahokee Methodist Several individuals submitted .

man, said.KetUer. and currently under constructionare tion. He served_for 25 years as deputy church, were inducted into the Pa- bids on individual parcels totaling
.estimated school buses new restaurants in Jacksonville sheriff, in county elections at hokee Rotary club on Thursday, 1,100 acres. The bids ranged from

carried' 1,800 children within Jie ,:Clearwater and T mpa. I the Pahokee precinct and was for July 28, 1960. The induction cere- $453 to $507 an acre and totaled '
; The expansion program Will give assistant of mony was under the direction of
two-mile limit last year, and would many years; manager $516,800.
i the Morrison Co. 27 different food the Ford Motor Past President Paul Rardin whom
be confronted by 2,300 similar Company AgencyIn Rumor had it that many, many
operations. throughout, the., state, Pahokee".while it owned by de the welcome talk and intro-
i passengers, in the 1960-61.school was small farmers wanted to bid on the
t year. Including 21 cafeterias and six....Im- : his son, Elmer B. Elliott, Sr. He duced the two new members to the acreage In small plots and this was .

I I.. The state subsidizes school bus perfaJ ,House re$ urants..,In addition .was a member of the Pahok e. club. one of the factors that caused the I
: to, :these, the'company ope* First Robert D. Lampi, director of the
transportation only for 'those:pupils Methodist Church. He and state agency to cut up the acreage _'
i living,!beyond the tw-mile ra t es'feeding services for many Mrs. Elliott'had been married 61 Pahokee High School band was In into small offerings from 40 acres I:
echools,"hospitals,and office buildings : charge of the program for the day
limit. years July 30. up. But when the bids were opened I i
The board's ruling boils down to through. subsidiary, Morri., > Survivors: include his wife, Martha and presented four members of his there weren't many small farmers !

this ,'. ,app; Food'Services, :Inc. Ann; two sons Elmer B.. El- band in specialty numbers which in the race. All of the bids were :

.j. If a child-.'lives further than*.two -.. -- -- liott. Sr., former.Florida state representative were warmly received by the club made by big operators. The minimum '

miles from. his school, he wttl be and speaker of the members.- price was $453 per acre asset
-' permitted..to: use 3ioolbuseS: < 'I t 'House of,vReDresentaitves? and by; the appraisal. ..
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heltVe i, tJt l' hokeet..wfieghters "On of this week the-U. '
: If' Ioa t : -.::"' : : work 'Start efO( ;Tuesday ; .,
., mile radius, ,he will, haVe to&c I"of1few8ffiersr ;; ;. Afr/Lola. JBlakey x f S. Sugar Corp., which already has

or find ,& means of travel otherf ; i Orlando; Mrs.;Juaaita McLarty' ,of : ,substantial holdings in this area,
than school system :buses. f ,[r : LakcuXVorth, "11'#. Lorrain Dolittle New'Pahokee P.O. offered to buy the entire' tract for

Board members considered, Im !of: Fort L Lauderdale, Mrs.; Bennie $453 an acre, or more than one
I .Preparations,for the annual elec.tion'bf *
plementlagthe mileage limit last Allen of Pahokee and Mrs. HazelKendrick million dollars.
directors of the ,Pahokee H. H. McCord of Orlando, con'
of Bradenton 18 grandchildren vote of two for and three
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year, but-in the face of public ; By a
Chamber of Commerce were ;made tractor, began work the.first of the
and 17 greatgrandchildren. against Cabinet Trustees of the
; position,decided to give' a
i grace period.Nation's. OP-I at the_.August meeting of\the boardof I week on the construction of the Internal Improvement Fund rejected -
directors'inthe Civic Building.
new post office building at 331
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Mrs. Doris Sasser, president, Bacon ,Road Pahokee for
( Thomas DIckson, Charles Dickson, Point chase.
Officials named C.Leland Shirley Jr., chair- Elmer B. Elliott .Jr., Wayne Elliott Capital Porperties, Inc., of Tulsa The trustees then decided to re-

man of'a nominating committee, to'work Thomas L..: Elliott, Jr., Larry OkUu,' who 'will own the building advertise the land for taking of

To Meet hi MiamiA with Oscar. Dobrow and' Lu- Elliott ,and Bobby Blakey. Honor- and lease it to the Post Office Department bids next Tuesday on leasing the I
ther York ,
members, in the selection -
ary pallbearers included members land for 10 ,or 15 year periods.
of eight nominees, ,four of The new modern, air-conditioned
of the Palm Beach County Sheriff'sdepartment They suggested a minimum priceof
whom will be elected. as new di- building will have 4,158 feet
VIP-studded program, Including and members of the square $20 an acre.
rectors. Mail ballots will,be ,used,in of floor approximately two
: possible appearances by>> both Florida Highway Patrol stationedat I space Richlands, Inc., a big farming,
the election the ballots be
seat
PahokeerBurial and a half times the space now concern whose long term lease ex-
t presidential nominees will highlight to members later this month.It .
; being used in the Bloom building .
make
was at the Port Mayaca pired last June, offered to a
the Silver Anniversary Conference was voted to sponsor -again Cemetery. Williams-Wetherington on East Main St. for local post of- new lease for $20 an acre.
*:'*''* of the National Association next year a Fourth of July celebra- Funeral-Home was in charge of ar- fice facilities. The building will -
of County Officials Aug. 14-17 at tion at Pahokee Harbor. Luther .
rangements.T. also have an outside loading plat-
the Fontainebleau Hotel. York was asked to make tentative form and surrounding it ,will be Recreation Plan_
Paul Rardin chairman of the .. .
plans for a program for this event ample space for off-street park-
Palm Beach' County Commission for the board. ing of cars by postoffice patrons.'So .
will be In attendance-at the',meet C. E. '(Bill) Williams was. appointed W. Knight;Given far as is possible local labor Told.By FCD Group
i., .ing. He Is, a member of the Roads chairman of
; in-charge arrangements -
; and materials are being used in
25 Yr. Rote Plaque .
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for: .annual -
r : the construction of the building by A plan to permit the development -
National Association and is now I
membenhip"er to be held
.. the contractor.
Thurmond W. Knight Riviera I of recreational areas bordering
.. serving his third. consecutive' ,year in October .
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resident and resident canal banks,and water conservation -
in that Beach former
'-->.:: capacity. : In}'eply-to the chamber's requestto
.%t. "We have_invited both Kennedy the Cityof Pahokee that needed of Pahokee- for many years, was HOSPITAL PATIENTS areas, is expected to,come .

\. and Nixon," says Philip Warren, improvements at the waterfront recently presented a 25 year ser- It before the Central and Southern

Wj Jr., assistant director for publications be made while a dredge was on location vice plaque by the Pahokee Rotaryclub. .Among,the patients at the Everglades Flprida Flood Control District's t
of the NACO, of Washington, in Lake Okeechobee for the Memorial Hospital Wednesday i Governing Board this week.
D. C., "and the outlook regarding waterworks intake extension, the The 1-presentation was made; were Jack Jackson, Mrs. Irene FCD Executive Director. G. E.

their attendance is favorable just City Council a ,letter to the board by Past President Paul Rardin who Mullis, Frank Gillis, Mrs. Ida Gar- Dan, Jr., said the1 item had been

'f now" said such improvements could not received a like plaque denoting 25 rett, Mrs. Mary Royeton, Mrs. tentatively placed on the Board's

: During the three-day meeting, be made at the present time, first, yearsof service on October 24, Mary Thomas, Mrs. Norma Lar- agenda for the Friday, August 5th
the 2,500 delegates and guests will because a permit for the work had 1959. gent Mrs. Susie Anderson, Gene meeting at 9:00 a. m. at the FCD

hear from more than 200 speakers, to be obtained from the U. S.Army Rotarian Knight has a distingu- Haggins and Albert Levins.WEATHER. 'headquarters in West Palm Beach.

panelists. and technical experts. Corps of Engineers and, second, ished record of attendance in Ro- The plan hasbeen prepared at
Members of NACO: Comprise: funds for the proposed Improvement tary with a record 29 years without the request ,of the FCD by the

elected and appointive policymaking were not set up In .the cur- missing a weekly meeting. He is Florida Development} Commission. '
county government leaders rent budget. now a member of the Riviera:Beach Dail said the plan will outline

from all parts of the country. Rotary club, having moved with At U. S. Sugar Plant Field methods for 'the developing high

I One of the lead-off speakers js .-. his family to Lake Park about two Station at Canal Point. quality sites to give the public access .

f Gov. LeRoy Collins, recent chair- AT RIDGECKEST years ago., He is a member of .the i Date Temp. Rainfall to wildlife area "

man of the Democratic National The Thurmond, Knight home at Palm Beach county' board of public' max. min. .inchesJuly'27 Apart from making the sites
Convention. 355 Evergreen Drive. Lake Park, instruction and is in his sixth year ,. 91.69. .30 available, the FCD's role would
Other nationally-known figures is a bit quieter these days 'cause of service in that position. He is July: 28 86"* 70 .75 I probably be one of coordination between -

J to appear include Raymond G.I little ten year old Susan Ellen accompanied a licensed realtor nad conducts a July 29 83. 72 .84 various federal. State and

Saulnifer, chairman of President by' Darden Kettler of real estate operation in Riviera July 30 85 73 .46 local government agencies to devel-

Eisenhower's Council. of 'Economic Lake Clarke, has gone to Crest- Beach. Mr. Knight maintains close July 31 :: '86 71 .00 op picnic areas boat ramps, etc., it '.

Advisors; Austin- Kiplinger, publisher -, ridge Camp for Girls: at Ridgecrest, contacts and ties with the Lake Aug. 91 68 .11 was explained .
:y of "The Kiplinger Letter" N. C The girls made the trip by Okeechobee Region where he lived Aug. 2 91. 69: .54 Anotherhighlight of the meet-

::; and "Changing: Times" magadne.; train and will be' gene' for fiveweekS. for more than'a quarter of .a .cen='. Normal July rainfall.: 8.54.. ,_ ing.will be the formal final accept-

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; Pare Two f The Everglades.- ews, eaPoint, Florida Friday August 5,
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;E ...:.' i i i its'l sourCeS for'good living should Minnesota. t CARD OF THANKS ,
: insure, that future expansion of Industry i f Classes,, ,instruction and recrea- The family of Woodrow Wilson
:v _. __, __ trade, and service activities tion will make up the daily sched- acknowledges their grateful appreciation -
: J'.. 4 __will not. suffer from shortages of':utes.' Subjects for this year'-- program of kind expression of
f = workers, says the report. f include quail and fish pond, sympathy during their sorrow.' ,
JE/J I The ,Economic Leaflet is published --;management, conservation native Mr. and Mrs, Merl Wilson
I fi'( .__ monthly by the Bureau of:crafts, forestry, gun safety, fishing and Family. '
r l.J Business and Economic Researchat and fishing .tackle boats .

V.' Vt the University. It is 'available motors and safety. Eugene L. McCall chief mechanics

to ,Florida residents free upon ,re A highlight of the camp comes mate U. S. Navy, has joined..
6; quest. on the final night. Boys are taken I his family here for a visit with nis
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r? ,.rI I I !:i. out from Camp McQuarre: for a parents Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McCall,

fl., 4-H Club Wildlife cook-out supper,and a wildlife tour arid ,Mrs. McCall's parents Mr. and
a'of the Ocala National Forest.
Jv Mrs. M. C. Carter while he is on
Session ScheduledAt t Instructors for the wildlife program leave from the Navy. He and his

I :" The Rardin Building In, Canal Point, Florida Camp McQuarrieASTOR I represent the Extension Ser- family will return to Chicago, Ill:
I vice. Soil Conservation Service and the middle of this month..
THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF .
:. sporting goods firms.Ms. &1
PARK The '25th annual, e
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Club Wildlife isscheduled 'I A passel of attractive, events '
DE-SN'EWS: Boys' 4.H Camp
'f.H.EEVERGLA: Pa Itne' Rice, "accompaniedbyher are one top for Florida's tourists ,
, ,, for August 1-5 at 4-JH I '
.tl grandson, Edward Fountain this month. Among' the highlightswill j
a.'' .. & Serving the*Lake Okeechobee.Farming' Region;'Without It I- Camp McQuarrie.Grant is: spending a' week with r>l-< be Englewood's Pioneer Days
: '' Interruption Every Week for HalO Than 30 Years M. Godwin associate state I atives at Fayet!eville, Oteen and Celebration Aug. 1721. Ft. Lauderdale -

'J '} l : Established M March H 1024 ub1iBhed'Very Friday boys" 4-H Club agent with the i"'Asheville. N. C. Edward 'plans rof I has a playground circus and

,, i- Subscription Price $2.06 Year In Advance Florida Agricultural Extension remain there for an extended visit.j i parade Aug. 1-5; Tampa's Flying
'" Service is this year's-camp ,chairman -i Pirate Circus is Aug.28; and Coral
:, .a .' The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office r- -:.-' I Florida State University students Gables' Craft Activity and Gymnastic -
, In:Caaal'Point Florida, as Second Class Matter The five-day program' Is sponsored -: will star in several 17th and Show is set for Aug. 2628.CLASSIFIED .

Paul tfardin -, Owner, Editor, Publisher by 'the Extension" Service' in i I 18th Century plays during the -ALa.
; .. cooperation with the ,Federal Car' Asolo Festival at Sarasota's Ring- ADS
tridge Corporation. of Minneapolis, ling museum Aug. 113. PAY BIG DIVIDENDS

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8tmVitf ifr8vK xtr/ix Mecca For Old FolksGAINESVILLE.
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is a popular view based on exaggeration -
announce toe birth of a ,son,
: Charles Earl,' at ,the Everglades reports a University of Paho '
r r: Florida economist. Phone 511- ee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade
Memorial Hospital ,July 26.
'l t 'Mr. and Mrs.. James, Carter (Patricia Dr.John ,N. Webb in the July I I SALES and SERVICE i a
I Strickland) of Pahokee an "Economic Leaflet," credits' Flor-I I
!' nounce the birth of a son, .Robert ida's ,advance to one of the "big"
!< nd8.Ian. at the-'Everglades'Memorial population states in the last,decadeas I Heating Air Conditioning Appliances 11

Hospital,.July 27. : being primarily due to the influx '
' of people under 65. He points out :&L"SK.r: :;\f\sr;; :'*'.::vtrs/-ii:: :;* :\%-;."
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most other states in the 'nation ,,-, .
: Mary's Catholic Church in showed ,a deficit in this age group. '
Pahokee was the;setting Saturday,, Florida is first in the nation I. : .

, July ;30, at 10, a. m., for the wedding proportionately in population growth -
pf'Miss:Roberta Virginia Hat- due, to net migration, but the 1 I 1 .
i ton and Frank Paul Salvatore. with popular belief that retirees are. *
: Father Sernaldo Ibarra officiating primarily responsible for this I I ,
as the couple stoocl,before an altar 'growth challenged by Dr."Webb.

decorated with white gladioli and Comparing,age compositions of '
i chrysanthemums against a' back state populations: with figures tak-

ground of palms. en,from; the March, 1960._ "Current sf kn k I Mcy ... I
; ,;Miss Alice Elaine Hurt organist, opulaUpnJleportM; and' Census
Jf resented the program of uaptlalmusic. Bureau estimates he, shows that ,
while' Florida's elderly -population
The bride was given in marriageby doubled t>between 1950 and 1958 the gii

her father, Robert C. Hatton pf ,total.population of the state doubl- $qyy k I
/ Pahokee. She wore a waltzlengthgown ed as well. Dr, Webb says this ( :
of nylon and lace, fashioned clearly indicates that the majority
princess style and trimmed with Florida's, increase in populationis
sequins. The fitted bodice with coming from groups under 65.
square neckline and cap sleeveswas In 1950, Florida had 235,000 persons I Ij
fastened down the back' with aged 65 or older;.only 8.6 percent ;;
tiny matching buttons. The elbow-I -of her total population. This ,
length veil of French"illusion was was the same percentage held by j

held in place 'by a crown of, seed California, Dr. Webb says. .
! pearls. Her only ornament was" 'a He points out that the national t \
' gold cross and" chain,, a; gift 'of.the I percentage of elderly 'people was .
bridegroom. She carried ,a white only 8.1 in 1950. Eight years later, :
prayer'book'.centered with white t the Census Bureau estimates showed i.1 _I \

orchid. t .at least two other states with .
Mrs. P) elk Prince,, sister of the !, high percentages ,or elderly rest--. : ,
".J, bridegroom, as:matron of honor dents',than 'Florida, in spite of an ; :-.:'
wore Jille green auXprganza trim .increase of 1.6 percentage points \
.' med wffix ftqulQ3'lviCi?mte3 bodice( In' Floridavs' elderly' population.These -. 'U : 11

; and bouffant skirt. She 'carried a facts;; conclude -Dr. Webb, '\ J

bouquet of$inkcar aiafia. do n t"juHKythe common opinion ,
A5 reception,, ,aft &> bY members that Florida is a "retirement"state. '.
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friends, was held, at the home of In addition to his: study ,of age -. c; ,,
Mr.. and,Mrs. Robert; C.; Hatton on composition, :Dr. Webb's article .. ': '. J

Ea Main 'St.Tb&'brd'e-s' laid shows that Florida's population ..,.,<.;;

with Italian' cutwork: cloth over gains in the, 1950's stand.ahead of .. I -,"
'" .. pink linen,was decorated with'pink those made by such 'industrial cJ.. .. 'a '
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and fern ;which .. lV ,
carnations encircled
states as Ohio,, New York Michigan t T "
the 3-Uered'weddkIg cake and and' Illinois. Brevard County ... 1
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crystal 'punch 'Bowlifcck.I :Rattbri (Cape. Canaveral),.alone,-he points .. ,
received t>ie'gui"s in if Mae.macron out, gained 60,000, persons fromnewmdgration'the -With_anScctric; re rigerator: -freezer (or a home or farm.freezer) you can keep : .
and lace i\ and other freah sad frozen .
gown wfth crystal accessories some number a supermarket selection of stoats,poultry, vegetables "
. and ab,clue "chrysanthemum gained from 'out of state in the foods'at your fingertq By preserving homgi'own products in your freezer : '? '
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corsage, Mrs. Tim 'Sahr&tore.: whole state'of New'York' in the: work food time. -,
: you'll freeze extra: a lara.iilto your budget-save money, _' .
mother of the bride-groom,' wore'a same period. This 'shows why
blue eyelet batiste dress with'white Florida'ranks,first In the nation In You can cut shopping trips,buy foods in quantity at bargain prices and atore until <>,. r; ,,' : :; i

accessories' and an' rch1d"orsage+ gains from interstate migration; needed. When berries and,fruits are m season, 'freezkig is easier than canning. :' '
:Assisting the hosts were'Mrs. Don says Dr. Webb.
Zaccagnino, cousin.of 'the bride, Florida's, industrial rank however Many rural families: are living better,. thanks to the convenience, economies, -,
, Miss Carol Mae'.Hatton,- ateter' "of is,far,down the list from her and, pleasure provided by ALL-ELECTRIC refrigerator-freezers, and !

the, bride. ,MisS' Jane Bidder and population rank says Dr. 'Webb. home and,farm freezers. And remember. Reddy,Kilowatt works full time at '
'Miss Ruth Hammond.' The 1958 Census of Manufactureslists
biggest bargain in town!
;. Followtng'JL'Weddt g trip to New Florida twenty-third In termsof part-time wages.

York City and the, 'New Bngland employment: industry! See the new Electric refrigerator-freezers (and freezers, too) at your Electrical .
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States Mr.: and Mrs. Salvatore will He:says Florida's geography and '. Dealers. '
reside in"Fort Pierce<
business and she is laboratory tech to rapid industrialization 'S FLORIDA POWERv& LlGHT COMPANY .8) ': ,
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James Levins Is'a patient at:St.! In reflects ( .
I960. strong growthin ,
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Mary's Hospital, ,West''Palm Beach.I ,localized,industry, Webb says. I ., / :: '' ///I --+ / I C11Jt"I'leVitf

.. t this week., He, is the, .son or.""I and.Mrs. The' abundance of workers- who / IfIV1U4fJ. !;P 'O Lf'I; -- "
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Ii. 'lu( PERSONAL :NEWS NOTES I Penny Alver Glenda Allen Brower Penny MaloyMiss Brower Weds, daughter ; _. NEW :T'I :i



------ .of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Brower -
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Vorhees had Mr.. and Mrs. O. D. Carpenterand
of Pahokee, became the bride of
as guests over the weekend her sis their'son-in-law and daughter ? WAYr
Alver Allen of Mr. and
ter, Mrs. S. T. Lee and son, Steve, Mn and Mrs. Vance Denton, and Maloy, son
of Miami, and his mother, Mrs. family attended the BuildARamaat :Mrs. A. C, Maloy of Belle Glade, *n

Laura Vcrhees, and .brother-in-law the Dupont Plaze in Miami Sun- a double ring ceremony at the Pa .
and sister, :Mr. and Mrs. D. T. day. hokee First Methodist Church Sunday STOP

Jones and family, all of Naples. ,July 3t,at.:4 p..m.
Mr. and.Mrs. Philo B. Williamson The vows were read by the Rev.T. .

Kennetli: Hitchcock was a patientat were visitors ,in'Delray. Beach f;. O'Stsen, pastor, as the couple HAND
the,Everglades Memorial .Hospital Monday stood before an altar banked with

over the ,weekend.Mr. palms, decorated with white chrys-
Dr. Wilburn C. Young was able ern
and Mrs. J. W.. Guthrie dnd to,return this week from'the Everglades anthemums and gladioli and lighted -

daughter, Margo, of Miami visited't Memorial Hospital to his by candelabra bearing white WEEDING

his parents, Mr and Mrs. I. S. 'Port Mayaca home where he is tapers. Nuptial music, before and
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Guthrie, in Pahokee over the .week- convalescing ,following a .recent during the ceremony was played by -
end. The Guthrie's also, had 'as a.. heart attack. ._ Miss Jill Mcllwain, organist -IN
Given in her-f ather,
guest their daughter-in-law, Mrs: marriage by
Mrs. Willis Bowers has returnedto the bride wore a gown of embroidered -
Miami.
William Guthrie of
I her home In Orlando after a organdy over white taffeta

I Mr. and Mrs, ,Louis Davis had week's visit with her brother-in- with fitted bodice, elbowlengthsleeves VEGETABLES -
i as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. L.. W. and"">an riria-Iength bouf- -

Mrs. C.'J. Lovyorn of Clewiston. Armstrong in,Pahokee. fant shirt., On her hands were -

I white mitts and.her only ornamentwas '
4 Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Sims have 'as Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Armstrong: SPWAY VEGAPEX AS YOU PLANT ,
a single strand of pearls. A ..
I guests this week Mrs, James Sims and family visited his parents, Dr.
: French illusion'veil of elbow length
and.son, Jimmy of West Palm and Mrs. L. W., Annstrongj in Pa- was attached to a crown of seed This new "chemical weeder" kills off tough 4-
Beach. The Sims also had as recent hokee this week while enroute I
pearls. She carried a nosegay of grassy weeds as they sprout practically
guests their son and daughterinlaw North on a vacation trip.Mr I
I i white carnations. ends all hand weeding vegetables.Use .
; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sims, ,
maid of her honor the bride'ssister
and Mrs. Cohen Blakey and .As
and also of West Palm I '
Beach.family, .son Bobby; of Orlando visited relatives : ; Miss Sue BrOwer, wore a Vegadex to control weeds in Cabbage, Corn

i and friends the first of the I gown of 'yellow silk organza and a Snap Beans and Celery. .
Dr. and Mrs: L. W. Armstrong :week while here to attend the fun- i circular headdress of matching

returned recently from a month's eral services for Mrs. Blakeys i' flowers. Her bouquet was a nosegay I Vegadex. kills off tough weeds,like

vacation spent in Michigan and i,father, J.B. Elliott. I' of bronze'chrysanthemums. purslane, pigweed, chickweed, henbit,
Canada. Charles Parrish of Belle Glade
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Padgettand foxtails..and msoy more. GROW
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children have returned from Pahokee and Jimmy $owart of I
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a visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. Jack i Belle Glade :were ushers..
Classified Ads Phillips and family at Fairfax, S. I For her daughter's wedding Mrs. I '- have it ready when you plant. .

C. They were accompanied back to I Brower chose 'a blue cotton dress I ------ -- ---- --- uu

Pahokee by their son Keith, who I with white accessories. Mrs. Maloy, ..
HAD A 'VISITOR Give 2661' a I had been visiting Lonnie Phillips the bridegroom's mother, wore blue

ring and let us know about it I i at Fairfax, and by Miss Betty JQ;j i linen with matching accessoriesand

and we will be happy to put the I I Phillips, who is the, house guest a vanda orchid corsage. KILGORE SEED COMPANYPAHOKEE

item In our,personal news column.Of here of her grandparents Dr. ,and At the reception in the social hall -

course, there is NO CHARGE. Mrs. L. M. Armstrong. or the church the bride's table covered 1 -
Thanks. The Everglades News. whit 'centered PAHOKEE BELLE GLADE
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Crews and with linen and
I with three-tiered wedding cake, PHONE 3201 PHONE WY 6-2093
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IS YOUR CLUB OR Church group children have returned from/'a vacation I
%was decorated with White hibiscus
meeting this week? We would be trip to the Blue Ridge Moun
tains. While also visited I g erii S--andi: fern arranged "byMrs. ]
glad to know about it her Mr. and Mrs. Axel E. A. Jensen. Miss Donna|
it as a news item -you'll just parents,
give us a ring at ,2661. Thanks. Jensen and brother-in-law and sis- Davis poured at the punch bowl The Rev... Charles D. Stewart,j I Miss Mary Ellen Sims is expected -
The Everglades News. There is no ter, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Williams, while-l4tsi: (Linda' Lee of Sebring, pastor of the Canal Point Missionary -' to return home this weekend

charge of course. in West Palm Beach and his broth- cousin oft ie bride, served the Baptist"Church, and Mrs. Stewart from a month's vacation trip on

er-in-law and sister, ,Mr. and Mrs. cake. Miss Judy' Cunningham was- ,-are' expected to return home which she accompanied her uncle
IS,;"YOUR SUBSCRIPTION past 1 W. T. McCoy, and family at, Opa in charge of the brideVbbb : this weekend from a twoweeks'visit and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy;
due? If you're going on included M .3.
vaca-J Locka. Out-of-town guests with relatives and friends in Mendendez, of Jacksonville tc{
tion let us have a check Robert Eden and daughters Brenda Georgia and Tennessee. Louisiana and Texas. -
go. Send $2.00 and we'll renew I i Mr. and' Mrs. Gene McDowell ,anil Pam, ,Lake Placid; ,Miss SiI.

your paper for one year. The,i haye returned from a visit with his Linda Lee and Bobby Lee, Sebring; S. Guthrie, who returned home Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Harris and

Everglades News, Canal Point, I brother and sister-in-law, Mr.. and Mr. and Mrs.,A.::C. Maloy and Mrs.I last weekend from the Everglades daughters have returned to their,
Fla 'Mrs. Gordon McDowell, at Bain- E. P. Eden, Belle Glade; Mr. and Memorial Hospital, will be confined home in Pahokee from Lake Kerr.

'I bridge, Ga. Their daughter1, Dell, Mrs. David Motes, Miss Sandra I : to his bed for several Weeks where they were the guests of-her
FOB SALE: New and used WillysJeep's.
> Walter Ashley's Garagein remained at. Balnbridge a longer Simian, Miss Carol ,Ann Ingram, while recuperating froma recentheart parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer JV

Belle Glade. Phone 3058. visit. They were accompanied I and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Zern and attack. Clause.

Oct. 17-M-ch.: I ,back home by his father, T M. McDowell -! family. Fort Lauderdale; Mr and ;
who is their house guest. Mrs. P. DeMartini and daughter,
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t. Carol, West Palm Beach; '
you need cards, envelopes, letterheads Mr. ,and. Mrs.'John D. Rogers :Mrs. Frank Bortz, Mr. and Mrs. \-_,.<< _.. /:. .,:,.,:).,' {41JWt!t.fWJ1fmtfqfffi::: \

statements bill heads, handbills have as guests this week his broth- Frank Howard and family, Miami; 1iiL i ;. : U.: .i.,.. :"r-""""" ... r"m!: !! 'i"..Z;'('" .
or something in the printingline er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Elkins Mr. and I
Jack Davis of Andalusia Ala.
just step to the phone and call Mrs. I_ M. Elkins, Jr., Mr. and

The Everglades News at Canal Mr. and Mrs. M. .M. Nicely and Mrs. C. L. Smith and family, Mr.

Point, No 2661., We .are experts in family left Wednesday for a two- and Mrs. V G. Matthews and family COOL OFF&n!!!

producing excellent printing and wekes' visit with his parents, Mr. and Miss Laura.Kay Whittier,

our prices, are in line with out of I and Mrs. Jl Watson Nicely, and I Stuart; Mr. and Mrs. Abner Vann MONDAY NIGHT AUG.8. NBC-TV ,

town printers who come to theGiades other relatives at Ligionier and and daughter, Judy, Mr. and ,Mrs.

for printing business. Please Venango, Penn. Enroute they will Robert Kelly and sons, ,,Mr. and ES HER -- -
give us a,can. Phone 2661. also visit their: son-in-law and Mrs. W. R. Brantlery and daught. __

= daughter Mr. and Mrs.Ray Wad- ers, Jan and Judy Mr: and Mrs. '
RUBBER HOSE More than a
million feet'in stock prices below dell, near Gainesville, where' Mr. Jay Geiger and daughters, Gayle-

costs hose and Industrial Waddell is manager of a ranch. and Lynda, Clewiston.
jobbers garden -. -

hose for every '-service. Mr. and Mrs.: :B- C. Sims have HOME FROM KANSAS 4
Suction fire,'air, water, irrigation, returned'from' a three-weeks visit
Mr and Mrs. George B. Ramey
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spray. HOSE REMNANTS, MILL with her mother, Mrs'G. S. Cox, at returned Monday evening from a
ENDS. kinds. AN !!
Couplings of all Conway; S. C., and other relatives. .visit with relatives in Spring Hill
INCH OR A MILE. AMAZON u
in Statesboro,.Ga. Kansas.'Enroute home they also
HOSE & RUBBER.CO. 3950 North ]
:Miami: Ave. Phone PLaza 4-4566, Mrs., Kenneth Hitchcock, accompanied visited their son. David W. Ramey'
Miami, Florida.. Aug. 19pdAcreageRealtor by her daughter, Mrs. Charles ,and Mr. and Mrs. B. W, Wood andMr. .0"i.
Dickson and grandchildren, : and Mrs; Charles Baker and :

Speedy and Debbie Dickson. is family, former local residents now
Jacksonville and their
spending a three weeks' vacation living in ;
son-in law. and daughter, Mr. and
with '''her 'daughter, Mrs: Vincent -
Robins and family, in,. Toronto, Mrs. Hugh G.Miller, HE at Rock- ,

Specihuzhrg in Agricultural Canada.. -. '. ledge. -. ff '
ACREAGE of all kinds. <* :
Many yean ,experience In Mr. and; .Mrs. J. Hr Strayer' and Miss Delilah Strayer is the guestof :

Glades Macklands.. Call me family were accompanied home, Mr.and Mrs. Joe Edenfield_and ;r .
from New :Bern N. c.,.by Miss:I family in'Miami this week.While in UNITED. STATES. BREWERS '' 4 J!
BUY
\vhea you want to Sharon: Brinson, who is their houseguest ..1 Miami Miss Strayer will attend FOUNDATION -
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s SELL TRADE, or Invest In -
this month. TheStrayers' graduation, exercises at the Metro
.. Real Estate Acreage also have as a guest this week'I Police Academy, her fiance Don-

Tommy Folden of Belle Glade.PATTERSON ald McKlnnon, being one of the '
f BEER FLORIDA SLIGHT
ThurmondW..Knigbt
.. United State Brewer*
graduates.Mrs. -
CIRCLE .. BRIGHT @i'\tUS1'! o ,Foundation
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REALTOR Mrs. J. J. Walker will be hostessto : Myrtle Johnson has a guest BEVERAGE ZO.1II.FtoUU. Um DirW.s.-
members of the lone PattersoDCircle l this week Mrs. Letltia Brandon of OF MODERATION 4's'ou-:'" Uda1., n-w. \
Box 1422. VM-64$6, VI8-H8- Canal Point Baptist Wonv. Palm Beach. .

,Riviera Bear Florida. an's Misionary Society, at thAugust e ... "

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; I Presbyterians At $150,000 Carpet FirmIs

'. .., Yryr i f I Miami" Beach Sep. 2-4 Announced By

t':','; : Y Y Committee Of 100

: The first in a series of confer
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TAMPA-Plans for a new $150-
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000 wholesale distribution facility
Presbyterian Church, U. S., will beheld ,
: ** iii-'V fe.rn ******-"' I were announced today by T. Paine
r > >-'il' in.Miami Beach, September
|Kelly chairman of the Greater
r- -v7 2-4.
.' Tampa Chamber of Commerce
About 500 Presbyterian men
I Committee of 100. The Vol T.
i. I from all five of the state's presbyteries -
Blacknall Co. of Atlanta one of
are expected to attend the
rit:: The Methodist Church the largest and oldest carpet distributors -
Church
,, The Pahokee Canal Point.First I annual convention at the Deauville
in the Southeast, has already -
k Nazarene Canal Florida Hotel according to Fred ;B. Rice
Of The Baptist Church Point. started construction of an
.. Jr., chairman of the conference
11,000 sq. ft. building at 6235 S.
\ 71 Bacom Point Road Elder E.E.Barfield Robert A. Shelley Pastor planning committee. Manhattan.
Charles F. Crauswell Pastor SUNDAY: This year's conference is keyed
SUNDAY: Completion date for the new facility -
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 10:00 a. m.-church School to the forthcoming centennial observance -
10:00 a. mw-Sunday School ,,expected to employ from 12
SUNDAY:SERVICES: 11:00 a. m.--:Morning Worship with the theme, "The
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship to,15 persons, has ,been set for mid-
, 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 6:30 p:m.Youth Fellowship j Living Word for Living Men".
7:00 p. m.-B. T. c.. December. Aubrey 0.. Dicua, a 14-
, 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship, 70 p. m.-Evenfng Worship Later conferences and training
8:00'p. m-Evening Worship year employee of the firm, has been:
i' 6:30 p. m.-Junlors. WEDNDESDAY MONDAY: sessions for Presbyterian men will

t:. 7:00 p.,m.-Sunaay Evening 7:30 p. m.-Midweek: Prayer 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice prepare the 200 Florida Presbyterian named ration. manager of the Tampa ope-

.' Evangelistic Service. Service TUESDAY: churches for the 1961 obser-

'fA WEDNESDAY: 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: 8:00'p. m*-Woman's Society vance, which has as its theme, Tampa' was selected as the site
for the branch according
]," 7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer' 1st Tuesday2nd "Mission to the Nation". operation
7:30 m.Ladies Auxiliary
p. to T. F. Randolph, company president -
meeting. : ;MONDAY: I I The September conference will I
"Where are a stranger but Meeting. because: (1) It is better located -
you 7:30 m.-Es Class
e meeting
f, -- --- p. I!!draw to Miami Beach three of thechurch's
once'. WEDNESDAY to serve the entire state than .
: most noted speakers. Dr.
Canal Pt. Missionary 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting James McDowell Richards, president any other large city; (;) The growth' .
.
potential 'of the immediate and
k. \l First Methodist Baptist Church Columbia, Theological! Sem- surrounding area is considerable; ,

K; Church Pahokee Church Of God inary, will open the session with (
:: I't Rev Charles D. Stewart, Pastor "The Living Word for Living Men (3) The "business climate" is most

SUNDAY: | Barfield Highway -As He Lives with His Family." favorable.
t: Rev. dare S. Hall 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School I ---: A one-time agnostic, currently I "We have always enjoyed a good
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r--: SUNDAY: 1100 a. m.-Morning Worship j ,A. M.-i unday School business in the state of Florida",
renowned as one of the Prbtestaatchurch's
t" 9:45 a. m.-Church School 6:30 p. m.-Training Union. I 11100'A. M.-Morning Worship articulate scholars said Randolph, "and our businesshas
most ,
\ .11:00 a, m.-Morning Worship 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:00 P. 'M.-L. W. W. B. (Parsonage increased there in recent years
is Dr. Manford George Gutzke,
pro-
6:45 m.-MYF
f" p. WEDNESDAY: ): even more than the average in
.I 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:3d: p. m.-Prayer :Meeting. 7:30 P. M.: -Evening Worship fessor of Columbia University. ,His other areas. After making a careful -
. TUESDAY -.i '-' address "The Living Word for
: 7:30 P. :Meet-
M.
Tuesday-Prayer study last fall, we decided that
7:00 p. .-Vesper Choir pray Living Men, as He Lives with Him-
The Church Of God ing I in order to maintain our positionand
'I : the.WEDNESDAY. self.
7:30: P. M. Fridaych11dren'sChurch
to continue to with the
::1 : Of Pahokee Christian Educator Ernest A. grow
Prophecy; economy of the state we should
. 7:45 p. .m.-Mid-week devotions I 7:30 P. M. Friday Y. P.E. I Andrews of Richmond, Va., will 1
take the step of
8:30:p. m.-Senior Choir*jiilc. I l' Canal'JPoJntJtoad' gJobjTlJr Ale. I speak on "The Living Word for establishing" a
"' branch without further delay.
tice, i' K1 pastor Living Men:-As He Lives with his
I LAMPIS IN MICHIGANMr. J. S. Stephens & Sons of Tampa
10:00, a. m.-Sunday'school Church.
"" and Mrs. Robert O. LJrnpi has been named general contractor.
r St. Mary's Catholic 11:00 a. .-Preaching Service The men's conference will be fol-
and children, Sandra ,and Robert, Architect is F. Earl Leggett. .
':' 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service lowed in October series of '
! by a .
Church Jr., are guests of his mother, Mrs. ----
8:00 m. Tuesday-V. L. B.
p. :Mary Lamp!,:and other relatives cavalcades, featuring the ehurch'amost NEW LAW FIRM ...
8:00 M. B.
" Father David Cronin p. m. Thursday-W. Eagle River;,Mich. Before returning outstanding leaders in ,sessions : Will A. Nason and Herbert L.:

[, SUNDAY MASSES Everyone welcome.. Special music' to Pahokee they plan, to spend I: ; directed: to members of the i Gildan announce the formation

,First two 'masses'' of .the month and ringing. -, a.few days in San Antonio, Texas, Everglades, Florida, St Johns Suwannee -; a partnership for the practice of

11:00.: : where Mr.t nTpi,who'is secretary- ,_ and Westminister.Synods.: law under the firm name of Na-

: Other. Sundays... .at. 7:30. Christian Science treasurer of the Florida Bandmasters -1IIa I I. son and Gildan with offices at 308
:
Group Of Canal ,Point, Association and director of theahokee Mr. and Mrs. Anderson R. Chas- Harvey Building in West Palm

'" St.Peter's Lutheran ;': High School Band, will I tain arrived 'the first of the week Beach. -

CKurch Belle Glade Mankind's opportunity to awaken attend the national convention! ofthe I In.Philadelphia, Pa.. where Mr. "- .. .

L,:> to Go< -iven' freedom will be emphasized .American School Band'Directors :Chastain. entered a hospital for CLASSIFIED ADS, f

Erwin J. Batungartner, Pastor : at all Christian: Science Association,' Aug. 1821.. .I medical, treatment.; .; {. PAY BIG DIVIDENDS ....
c 601 Lake Glade churches next Sunday.The '
W Rd.; Belle
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SUNDAY:' ,account in Acts (Ch. 16) of

' 'Divine'Services 11 A. M. the imprisonment and deliverance:
\ THE U. Sit TREASURYSALUTES
,. School 95 A::K:. of Paul'and Silas will be related in .,
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the Scriptural readings. __

Selections from "Science and '
:HOly Nativity'EPisCop :
'
Health with'Key to'the Scriptures '-
; :
l Church' by Mary Baker Eddy will include YOUR BAKKr., 1. .
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.
,, Pahokee (227:14): _. ..... ..... -
,'h. '" r:::'Discerning the Tights::-ofrznan, .

M. Wendell Hainlln. Vicar. WOT cannot fail to foresee the doomof .. .
.
a .
SUNDAY: all oppression. Slavery' is not : '

10'a. m,--Sunday School the legitimate state 'of'"man. God : One of the'' 14,000 setting"Shares .

11 a:. m.=Worship,Service made man free.. Paul said,, 'I was :; ;
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free born: All men should be free. '

First Baptist Where the Spirit of the Lord Is, : .. in.. America". '. -
there is liberty..* Love and Truth '
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Church; Pahokee make free but'' evil and error lead
"
'- Into'.captivity." I ,
Rev. James EL Boyd pastor :. ,
The Lesson-Sermon on "Spirit"continues
ir1ai BtOflO'Eanlcs front .
SUNDAY SERVICES: the current series which D'lOxe ; ,, .

I 9:45 a. m.--Sunday School f 'to coast:each- .o- .
brings out the nature essence, and -,day perform anstanding1
1100; a. .-Morning WorshIp6:45'p. fo< "

m.-Training Union wholeness of God.. service for their customers 3 <'; .'
$
8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship. CLASSIFIED'ADSPA their community, and the,nation ,r-
WEDNESDAY:

:. 8:00.; p. m< Prayer Meeting. BIG DIVIDENDS by sclling,Shares-In-America- j tJ'

. U.S.,,Savings Bonds. ;j-S

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leadership
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CSIJ t all-Am: el Can thrift program. 'fix =/ F 1 t

day 40 million Americans '

J lTIO" Illl ffnT/FII]l more.r., .'thanv'$ 42, billion worth own ofU.S. ,;s ft

Savings Bonds. j
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Today Bonds are better than ever.1 Cfeancea\ axe yomr bn>
9V1AND OPERATED BY MORE: THAN I 'Every Bond bought since June 2.' I .. '.'
FLORIDA aged you to boy yovr i t S&"riII ), ....' 1
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CATTLEMEN i 1959, now pays 3%% at maturity.BondS.. : The, Bat tip yb ,WIlt. f ',j: ';
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WEWORK, FoR_THE BEST MARKET INTERESTS OF Even older Bonds win ears: .- i 'j
'I your ; our baric fike time to tfcaak fly .'.! .
CONSIGNORS, AT ALL TIMES- a' ;; j :

BUYER' an extra: *4% from June.1 ..ts>.\ for.his good advice; and ,by a*J ; '- :,{ '
WE ADVERTISE.FOB COMPETITIVE PARTICIPATION {

AND MAINTAIN OPEN COMPETITIVE tniity.. ', .. jxtra.Bead.while yens ..._/" 'ffi'f
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TAHOKEE-BELLE GLAD$}ROAD; ION ; you save more than money } "t! ; ;

PHONE WY 6-5988 GEORGE YOUNG,,MANAGE '"-
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I' t A: With Series E Bonds thevrate turns $18.75 into You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the .
$25.00 fourteen months faster th&n the bid rate. interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide .
Your saving McreAse"fasfer,, treatise your Bonds income for living expenses, while E Bonds -
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:. 3.6 per cent in May to 3 percent In Restaurant Folks
7': Milk Price War In June. '

Total unemployment jumped 27 To Meet, In MiamiMIAMI

Tampa Gallon '59c per cent from 73,100 in May to -
.. ; 93,000 in June. Appproximately The 15th annual Pan

i. :. two-thirds of the June unemployedwere I American Hotel and Restaurant
r" TAMPA There has been a milk job seeking students and Exposition will be held at Bayfront

{..,. .r, price war going on' in Tampa that : graduates, new entrants into the i i Park Auditorium in Miami, Oct. '
: recently has caused the price to labor market. 2527.
.. sag to 59; cents.& gallon at some Seasonal layoffs in citrus canning The big event will be cosponsored
t" : chain stores. plants, wholesale packing by the Florida Restaurant Association

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took a further downturn later to the unemployment total Governor and Mrs. Collins will

. .. I when, one chain store cut again to in. June. attend as.guests, also the MB.yo-l-1
69 cents..Original price of the com: Trade dropped the most of any 1 Miami and Richard Edgertcn,

".:. modity was 92 cents per gallon. industry group going down 10,200 Florida Hotel and Restaurant Com-
r:. Milk distributors, caught tight- from a total of 359,400 in May.tq I missioner.
f : est between producer and retailer, 349,200 in June. Service:was' down Featured speaker during the exposition -
" ., have, called a public hearing before 5,300 from 198,800 ,to 193,500 and will be W. Price Jr.. ex-
.!' :' the State Milk Commission Aug. manufacturing down 4,100 from ecutive vice president of the Texas

< .,:> BEEF COUNCIL' OFFICERS New officers of the 'Florida 3-5 to seek relief through controlsat 206,800 to 202,700. t .Restaurant Association.A .
j.. .' Beef Council, organisation" which promotes _consumption ofT the retail level. 4 .. management institute will also
. beef for the Florida cattle industry inspect new textbook- But many chain store heads feel be conducted during the expositionthat
,' type publication, "All About Beef"_which was produced* by Mrs. Ada Culberson, accompan '
: > discussion
that controls should be an "all ornothIng" wffl highlight an intensive -
,t:' the tCoHncil. From,left are Art WINe of Kissimmee, executive : : fed by her daughter, Mrs. W. O.
secretary of the-Council Marvin' Kahn of Sebring, presi proposition. At presnet, of the problems confront
;, '. dent. ;, and George Young: of Belle Glade vice president. only the producer has a minimum Stamps, has returned from a visit ing restaurants and hotels in FlorId -
'\ IIk price of $1 cents per gallon for the of several days with her son and I .

': raw milk.S daughter-in-law, Mr and,Mrs. w. at :.
PAHOKEEANDCANALPOINT. -S E; Culberson and son-in-law and Mrs. J. R. York visited her son-

1 HURRICANE DISASTER \!Farm Wok rs In I i I daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Cur- in-law and daughter, Mr\and Mrs.
.. lee, and families in West Palm James Beardsley and family in

0'v/ COMMITTEE Seasonal Slump I Beach. Clewiston Sunday.

S S .. .....
Pahokee Canal Point'and Stre am- TALLAHASSEEFlorida. non-
: Areas: Covered by this committee:
Pahokee Hall Phone 508 farm continued its 111 i I"H I 111 HMtMtf..t..H..H-.t'.l.. H-l"H"l-l- : 'H"HlM. i II I t II .
p ." line: Headquarters: City employment

Office Home seasonal drop in June., falling 21-
.
f' THEATRESPRINCE;
{ ::.' CHAIRMAN, Leonard Dobrow 3571 3641 I 600 from May to 1,259,200 in June.

:.' VICE-CHAIRMAN Lewis Friend 7J02 7236 State 'IndustrIal Commission
p Chairman James T. Vocelle said
SURVEY, Paul Rardin 2661 I 3151 LAKE DRIVE-IN
WARNING &: EVACUATION, 'Thadd Whidden 3682 696 seasonal' reductions in manufact- .
uring, trade, and service were Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
RESCUE Frank Rozelle \ WY 6-2088 2401
mainly responsible for the June de- -
c' :MEDICAL & E. C. Johnson, M.; D. .N, 623 7261 cline .. -'-' -. 10_, 2 BIG FEATURES _
'
NURSING :Mrs. 'May'Magrill}, R. N:" : 4381 .
Vocelle reported a negligible increase SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY
, FOOD, D. L. Hooks 7280 7280 in construction employment SUNDAYMONDAYTUESDAYAUGUST. : ." AUGUST- 7-8-9-
CLOTHING, Joe Kahn 4271 4181 .
for June compared to the seasonal 7-8-9 -
v SHELTER, James W.,Vann. 566 3473 I'I construction rise normally expected :-. "Samson&Defflah""WAKE

: FAMILY: SERVICE, Mrs. Helen Hillier ? .- 618 7358 at this time of year. ME\ WHEN

. COMMUNICATION Billy McKinstry 7500 500 June construction was off from HEDY LAMAR," AND
.( TRANSPORTATION, James IL Wilkinson, Jr. 7209 7209 June a year ago, but all other IT'S OVER" VIcroRl\IATURE

PUBLIC INFORMATION, Luther York : 571 major industry groups were above ERNIE RO VAc MARGO
last year, Vocelle said. ALSO -
SHELTERS WHITE Hall Pahokee School MOORE AND JACK
: Pahokee City Buildings,
However, the margin of overtheyear -
=s: and' Canal'. -' .Point School. growth in' employment WARDENS ,J "THE BLOB"tll'e

4'," ", SHELTERS COLORED: Pahokee, East Lake School Canal Point continued to shrink, falling from -I I-I I I I I I t t I I i I t t I I I I ,I, I I I r I I : I I I I 1 : .. I f I I I J I I I I I
4 To Be Announced. I '
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: Nation's(Continued Officials from page 1)- I ec(continued eationlan'I from page 1) 'I .

Hon. Frank E. Moss U. S. Senator ance by the Board of Levee 39 and cLith

,. from Utah and Bertram Tallamy, three gated spillways which have $
federal- highway administrator. completed the encirclement of the ( !

Dade county's widelydiscussedMetro 141,000-acre Conservation Area ?

government will be one of No. 1 in Palm Beach County.The ..'

the principal subjects for study at levee, with its water control .
.
the convention's' opening .general structures also serves as a divid- : ; .. .
session. ing wall between Conservation I : t(' ';

-"Z" -rOannnissioner Walter-'Weisswi l Areas Nos. 1 and: '5,and Its-accept 1 '...ri.'... F > ,
'.' explain: :the county's administrative ance Friday from the Corps, also .: '! :);: :l--.. .., ..

o organization. Chairman Ben -Mc-' heralds the approach to completion ',' ,. .,. -"

Gahey will,outline the political or sometime 'next year of Conservation '}" ." -

ganization.Six. Area No. 2, mainly located ii* / -
.specific Dade County administrative Broward County. i -

and organizational areas Completion of ,such huge water a .
will: be discussed in detail by var- storage areas in the forms of vast /
ious department heads and tours i marshlands are of vital importance '
of local facilities will be conducted to the coastal'urban areas In termsof ,

for the visiting officials. greater flood control and water 31' > *

Another important topic togo: conservation, Dail pointed# out It _

before the delegates is the question meant also,_he,added, that"unproved : > :, .' ;- S.l: _
'.medical care for the aged. This wildlife and, irrigation facilities ...... r 4
controversial subject is scheduledfor will become available as added I )

a.thorough study in one of the,,benefits. :
sKe's
jSure, .a grantivld flag
workshop sessions. Conservation Area No. 1 is man-

Bother topics for discussion include aged by the U.-S. Wildlife Service, ,That's_why we,salute.her., >

the' preservation of the nation's and Conservation Area No. 2 is under t That's. why. .. we pledge,allegiance. to her '
natural resources, roads and the wildlife ,direction of the' t '
;That pledge( in its simplest terms -
highways and,air pollution.! Florida Game and ,Fresh Water me':' A
.... 1 is another wayjof saying, Count
'<;. F1 i"'Commission the'FCD Execu- -
,! in.You're my country and love: you ,
CLASSEFinj ADS P>'V I tive-- Director said. '. 'and need yon; Tour problemare.. J
; A third Conservation Area.in _
ay problems,'end I'm with'you tall ,,
IN' TILE CIRCUIT COURT' OF THE] Broward and Dade Counties is. also the w y." '
'
FIFTEENTH \; &
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT being developed by the FCD "
..' OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR PALM I'' .. Your country's biggest single .,

r''JI&\CUCOUNTr, I'CHANCERY 60C 134GBRALPH I, problem Is,the perpetual responsibility. ;
U MAXWELL. r I Mrs. Nicely Named, for keeping the peace its people

.5 'P1a1nt1U-VB- .l New Choir Director want., You"can help with this
BESSIE.J.. MAXWELL, : problem by remembering this: '4: a'y ra a
Defendant : -
NOTICE OF SUIT ',.. Mrs. M. M. ,Nicely has been appointed Peace cost money. Money for. 'r. .. r s '' I
TO: BESSIE M. MAXWELL.-, military and industrial strength. I
\ _:P.-O. BOX 79 director of the Senior r. sy "
\ Oak Louisiana Money for science and education.
: Drove.; .
_Tcm are, Choir at the Pahokee First Metho- '
< hereby notified that Ralph And saved individuals '
by ':
1.. J&rn1lbu, filed a BID of Complaint left money .
dist Church to fill the
against you Jfer divorce and you are required -. vacancy by you-to help keep the economy t _
to serve a copy of your answer by the resignation of Milton. Carpenter '1trO C- Bonds orovide this money ,
to the complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney '
*'Thadtf Whidden. P. O. Box 395. :who is' now directing the ,' x' ..'i Grind PrlM Wlantf-N.Uac l Xwnpwer**.o wt Ce It
Pahokee. Florida, and file the original ...., -*7 Mania H.MIneeAretHelp
answer In the office of the Clerk of the Senior Choir at ,the Belle ',Glade
Circuit Court of Palm Beach County. Methodist Church. Mrs.. Lester America's Peace
Florida. ,on or before the 5th day of Strengthen Power
September, I960; If you fall so to do. Hatton was appointed director of

against judgment.you by for default the relief will demandedIn be taken the Vesper Choir at the Pahokee -
the complaint. Church and will also'serve as substitute Bond
,DATED this.J. '1st ALEX day ARNZTTE of August.'l960.. 'director of the Senior Choir Buy II Savings ;: "

Clerk of, C1J'cu1COurt. this month while Mrs. Nicely is on : .
(Circuit. ,Court Seal) lis
vacation. Dr. Lester. Hatton
By J. M. Blackburn
.,Deputy Clerk. serving as director of music for the ". \. NOW PAYING 3)4%. MITEREST-
Pub.? 5. 12. 19 36. 1960 ..
Auf. ::
.. eeagregatioa at the Pabokee Church /"
Thadd WfeWWeu,. ,.,s '- Tbs U&Govtrnment dot*not pay for this dm1 sing.TheTreasuryDepaitmsat thank, ,
for PlaJDtHf :.
Attorney during the Sunday eveaisg worship '"
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.' Ac .on.'I.wJtdvmUU1lCo..cu1.I: t r; ;> ',
1i."FtAft1' .
P. 366 ,
0. Box '. f ; services. -'<.t 1iP'Jk' .. : "'
Payee.Ptertd: ; "< ., <, 4I : -



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