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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 12, 1960
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Belle'Glade Road, Ladies Program Methot t Bible W. H. Vann, Inc., Sells County Roads Get I

Planned By Lions. One-HalfOfSec. 10In

Conners Get TreadThe School This Week 'Retread In Glades
Canal Point Lions"at, their week- a deal comsummated this

ly dinner meeting made plans fora week W. H, Vann, Ino, of Canal

old Belle Glade road, (SR15) ladies night program to be heldin A two-weeks"' vacation Bible Point sold half of Section 10 near County Commission Chairman

and five,miles of Conners highway the Community.Building at the school,for the children of the kind- Cardwell to John Tiedke of Winter Paul Rardin announced completion
,east from .Canal Point will soon be Glades Park Monday Aug. 15, with Park. Price of the land per acre of retread jobs on several Glades
ergarten
primary and junior departments
retreaded, according to advices wives of the lions to be guests of was $440.00. T. W. Knight, Riviera roads this week and continuance of
reaching County Commission honor. President P. A. Slonaker appointed -I i of the- Pahokee First Beach realtor made the transac' the Work on others which will be ,

Chairman Paul Rardin from the J. G, Weeks chairman in; Methodist Church,School is being tion. I completed next week. ::0,

State Road Department in Talla charge of program arrangements, held at the church Aug.: 8-19, FSI Com. Rardin said the work was I

hassee. the necessity of clearing the.summer classes daily, Monday through Friday being done under his direction and
Bids will be received on retread (growth of weeds from the from 9 to-11-.cujn. l bid Site Of Court out! ofr the county general road and
ing the two projects at a regular public park in the pine grove at the ; bridge fund. Among the projectswas
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House UnplattedMore
Mrs. F. S. (Dick) Parrish is
Canal Point waterfront was dis-
bid letting of SRD in Tallahassee the black topping of the parking
on August 30.,The Old Belle Glade cussed. It was reported that half' serving as director and Mrs. ElmerB. areaat the Belle Glade Armory
ElliottJr.., director. than a half century ago,
road job will start at the railroad of the 10 picnic tables placed:\ in the assistant and the newly county built entrance -
park by the Lions Club for enjoy- The faculty includes Mrs. John the Dade County courthouse was
crossing in Pahokee and run to the to the Belle Glade hospital.
Mrs. R.L. and Miss located in the northern end of Palm
Hatton,
Hatton
Hillsborough canal bridge in Belle ment bythe public have been destroyed Roads retreaded this week or to
Glade. The Conners'highway job through acts of vandalism. Dorothy Hatton, kindergarten department Beach County-it was situated on be finished next week, according to
+ ... ; Mrs..Laura Justice, :Mrs. a plat that was filed in 1896.
will start at the triangle in Canal Rardin, are:
b, W. and Mrs. This week the county commis- !
Billy
Point and run east to the inter Cunningham Duda Road (B. G. area) j
Visual Readiness Turbeville, primary department; sion was called on to vacate the old :
section, of Muck City road Tabit Road (B. G. area) ;
to allow for further development
Mrs. William Hatton and Miss plat
The road department would not Palm Beach Road (So. Bay) -
do these, two Jobs under the primary SreeiingsFree Alice Elaine Hurt, junior depart of the' area. Hooker*Highway (B.,G.'area)' I
representing the
Members of the Methodist The attorney
I, system this year, despite'the ment. Wilder Road (Pahokee area) E
, Youth .Fellowship will assist, the present owner Of the land said ,
"-' fact that both roads are federal Ex. McChire Rd. (Pa. area)
the' since the plat had been in existanceno
teachers in various departments
; highways, so the work was ordered Free visual readiness screeningsfor no Sec. 20 Rd. (Pahokee,area)
pts had been sold, Improvement -
,: by Commissioner Rardin out of, children entering school for the Rock Pit Rd. (Pahokee area). i
Linda Wilson and Tina :Maxwell had been made on the prop-
I .'' secondary road funds over. which first time this .fall will be conducted conducting nursery for the ertY-and the courthouse had been Retread. repair jobs area as follows I
as a
the county commission has juris- : Rardin Avenue in Pahokee !
diction. this Friday, August i2. in the small children''of the teachers and moved.
Barfield in Pahokee FEC
f I offices of any of the participating workers white, the'school is in pro- Years ago, Da.de County stretched Railroad highway crossing in Belle Glade.,
doctors; membersof,of the Florida gress. Refreshments are served at across most ,of South Florida I
5,042 Persons 'Get '. East Coast" Optometric Assqcia--: regess time by .$embers of the and seat of its government was lcc bJ !Hie parking area at the GradesOificrrdb
( : / :;: Ulding: came in for-anew ,
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,3 r. president! Woman's Sgfifiw'' ? Rarfilh, dlQ the ,
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State Welfare : p/irking area: at the county barn
'1'The screenmgs.wtn.' be "WhollyvA Children attending the school! and Palm ,Beach County"was where road building equipment for

O i charge and are intended'to :will ;.be given .an opportunity to: organized in the northern sector of th? Glades is stated.
; Thomas E. Penick, Chairman 'of help ,parents determine if children contribute e,' to a special missionary Dade
District 10 Welfare Board of the who are to,?enter school this year project-. The closing exercises at As for the old plat, the commission -

State: Department of Public Wei are' "visually ready for school 1:30.p..m., Aug. 19?..will include a agreed to call for a public Hal Hunt r Pastor i
fare, reported that in Palm' Beach, :Dr. Cline I said! the "screenings" program by the, children of the hearing on the petition. {

-r County 5,042 persons were assisted will not be a full visual examina, school and'an open house for an inspection ... ... :

":' in the four categories. :of .public' Uon but will be sufficiently thorough of the work, followed ,bya Miss-Connie Singletary is a guest Northwood Baptist i iI

,',' assistance for the month' of.July. "to determine if a vision difficulty :: fellowship hour and refresh- this week of her cousin. Miss Diann I E I

;' A total of 1,721 persons received exists which might' hamper ,ments.. Hurst, at Thomasville Ga. '' Hal Hunter, pastor of the First ,I
; old Age Assistance In the amountof thee hild in schooLParticipating
-' Baptist Church in Crestyiew, Fla., :r:
$87,737.00., 84 persons receivedAid optometrists will
to the Blind, totaling $5,181.00. Conduct the screenings in their of; has accepted the pastorate of the 'i

703 families representing 2,389 fives on Friday,August 12, and parents NOTES Northwood Baptist church in,West
't I children, received Aid to Dependent may bring: their children ,to I PERSONAL NEWS N J Jb Palm Beach and will preach his

.;: Children in ;the amount of the office at any time during office first sermon there on Sept. 4. Rev. "

$48,877.00.. 199 persons received hours that day. No appointment is ,, { -_.._- ----- Hunter is a former pastor of the 'i
": Aid to the Disabled .in the, amount necessary and there is no charge. First Baptist church in Pahokeo ''II
ir and Mrs. M. D., Geiger left Mr., and Mrs. Leonard Dobrow
!t: of 1138800. I Thi&'is a public service project of and has a host of friends in this ;
with their children Miss
this weekend for a visit ; and accompanied by
f In addition: 382, children received the, Florda East coast uptomet- area who will be happy to know j
son-in-law and daughter Capt. and Olga Sheffield, are vacationing at I
}i. service during the month, 161' of, jists Association ,whose members Mrs. Clarence Langford and family Riviera Beach this week. '.that he.is: again a resident of Palm 1
whom were "in 'foster-homes.. The gene: St.. :LucIe,. Martin and Palm. Beach county. !
f at,the Langley Air Force Basein Mr. and ,,
Mrs. Sam McKinstryand
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,. total state and local Cost for these Beach Counties. i Rev. Hunter takes over the pastorate ;
child welfare services was $11- This pre-school screening program Virginia.' They were accompanied family are spending a two vacated, by Rev. Allan Wat' !
ofTampa.
403.01. f of the Florida East Coast,Optoeletrtsts by' Miss"'Dixie Fender weeks' vacation at Fort Myers son who left several months ago to i
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.. There were 7 adoption petitionsk I Association is the first Beach._ accept the church on the Campusat
a Studied: for the Circuit: Court.These e such project tried in Florida.: Results Mr. and Mrs.,David Unwin and Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Harringtonhad University of Alabama at Tus- i
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: ,:are children placed .in home, teele- will carefully studied, and children have returned from. visit as, guests: the past, week their .caloo$a. On Sunday, August 14, :
':.. pendent of service' ::through a K;.r submitted! to, 'the Florida Optometric with: her brother and sister-in-law, nephew and niece, }.{r. and Mrs. Ed Rev.: Watson will fill the North-

;' censed child,,placing agency, 'and Association in Tampa,,for consideration Mr. and MrsC Charles Baker and Milton, of Gainesville.Mr. wood pulpit while he and his family
; .the Welfare Board Is responsible as a state-wide, project. family andother,relatives in Jacksonville and Mrs. Harris .Folds and are on vacation in the West Palm

according to lav 'to'make these reports ; IfMresults* are;-favorable. and the '. They", 'were accompaniedon family have moved to Sanford Beach area.Woofter. ,
to the court.Palm state group adopts a pre-school the trip as tar as Alachua by where he is associated with Chase "

Beach county also rep: ,visual screening program, Florida their niece- Miss Brenda Unwin. and Company. In
resented on the District 10*Welfare I would become the sixth state offering i who visited her uncle and aunt, Mr. The sanctuary of the Pahokee Family

Board T>y. the Rev: and Paul Ml such aid'toJts'futunr citizens. and Mrs..Bob Hitchcock, there. .First Methodist Church is being Extended Vacation

Cassen, Mrs.He1en'R.. Tedder; Mrs. Doctors participating in the Mr. and Mrs. Gene Caruthers remodeled to Include air condition- i

Helen W.. Woodward, West Palm Glades are,listed below: have moved from South Bay into ing.Mrs..Seth Mr. and Mrs. Robert Woofter, .!
Beach, and Mrs. Doris Sasser Pa ,..Pahokee:! Dr.,Richard C.Lane. the. fortner Wallace Barnes residence W. Roberts left Thurs- and sons are spending a vacation i

hokee., Belle Glade Dr. R. Y. Creech.. on Annona Ave, Pahokee, day for a month's visit. with her with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.
.'ta which they have purchased. Mr. mother Mrs Mary :McArthur and .B Peppenhorst, in Alabama, and .
RELATIVES VISIT MISSIONARY SPEAKER Caruthers is with the New York I other relatives at Sloc mb. Ala. other relatives( 'in Milton and Pensa-

Mr.-and Mrs.,J. D ,Latham haveas Dr.Jlughlett, missionary to ,the Life Insurance Company. : The,Rev. and Mrs. T.'C.' O'Steen cola, Fla. They were accompanied
guests this week 'their-'son-hv- -: : Mr. and Mrs. F. A. (Dick) Par have as guests their son-in-law, and as far as Panama City by their
law and daughter Mr.. and Mrs. C.' rish had as guests Sunday her daughter Mr. and :Mrs. X H. King, daughter, Miss Linda Woofter, whois

"1;".. Gustafson.. and: 'family 'who recently > of*the 'Canal Point Methodist' brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and and family of Wheeling, W.. Va. attending the Harmony Bay

-;;., 'returned'to the States from Crouch Sunday Aug. 14," at 11 a.' :Mrs. G. E. Winston, Jr., and family Miss :Myra Jones, daughter of Music School at the Baptist Assembly .

Laos, Indo-China, where theymade nvDrrHughlett,'who only recently tf Fort'Lauderdale.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jones and a grounds for a week. Mr.

"' ..' their bomewhileiiewas stationed returned' to the States from Africa and Mrs. Charles Barfield PHS .I960 graduate, has,enrolled in Woofter commercial studies instructor -
in that country 'by the Armed will tell of; some of his experiences- returned the first of the week fromLake I the comm rda1 college at Orlando. at Pahokee High School

'.:' Forces. The Lathams al o,;liad' as in' 'this ;;newly independent nation Wort1 where they visited herbrotherInlaw Police Chief and Mrs Leon Guthrie returned recently from Pittsburgh

guests the first,of the week their Whose acts of' political' instability' and sister Mr., and are vacationing Fort Myers I Pa., where he. attended a symposium ; -
,f A son-in-law, and ;daughter,. Mr. and hayel dominated the 1 headlines of Mrs. P. 3U McDaniels; also her Beach this week. on the.Greggs system ofahcrthand

...t Mrs. A. F. .'H oks: ,. and famijy of the world 'press; for the .past.few ,niece, Mrs. l'rankMcCory, Jr., who I Mr.: and Mrs. T. C. Clark have and 'other secretarial ,
h ry, -Clewiston and their;8011'and datighterinlawMr weeks, according'"to the Rev. Robert Is a patient at St.'Mary's Hospital II returned from a week's visit with techniques. Enroute:home.he visit- :

','1 ,1. :aadf, Mrs.' James ;A. fey, pastor. The public Is recuferatiag_from injuries 'received -I their son and daughter-in-law, Mr ed his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dana j

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--fap-c Two .. The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday August 12,, 1960


I'checks: and another 4,538,000 i ing their' check-cashing procedures -

Rubber Checks II. checks valued at $$385,170,010 will ," said }.{eL od..

be "insufficient und'* checks. McLeod warned that the period

An All.Time I Fortunately, the survey shows' thatapproximately when the greatest number of
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j I 50 per cent of the worthless checks are passed is still

I checks in-the insufficient fund' to come since the trend is for 50 t
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TALLAHASSEE-A I category are made valid upon re- per cent of all bad checks passed in

tion that Florida law submission to banks and will need a year to occur during the period
authorities will be : no.investigation. August through December Accord-

investigate an estimated' | According*to McLeod the Bu- ing to McLeod, the peak period occurs -

, fradulent checks with a |:,: reau's Research Unit came up with during the months of October

I more than $200 million J 1 t the figures after.conducting a survey 'November-and December when 35 '

I was made today by' in May o* banks serving a population per cent of the year's total is pass-

iffs Bureau Director Don j|.i of more than half a million ed.
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Figures obtained in a people.Banks in Bay, Hillsborough The Florida Sheriffs Bureau director -

The Rardin Building In Canal Point, FloridaTHE conducted by the I:i! :Jackson Jefferson and Leon Counties .called, for continued cooperation -

the Florida Sheriffs I cooperated by furnishing cornplete' between merchants and law -
LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF that almost; 670 million ch accounl"I''1 statistics concerning their enforcement authorities to curb the

: :" a1 value of'over $193 \ 1 I check cashing procedures.. McLeod II activity, of thy check passer in Flor

; 2. 'THE E'V'ERGLADES .NEWS drawn on Florida .banks" ; I stated !h.s.statisticsfor, ,, the current ida. He urged that merchants implement -
current calendar year. calendar year are an extension stricter check cashing procedures -

; \( Serving the Lake'Okeechobee Fanning Region;Without' And.of. .this{ staggf rog: of figures'obtained from.cooperating in their respective 'establishments
r ; 1' Interruption Every'Week1 for'More Than 30"Years Florida Sheriffs Bureau' banks. to curtail this costly "

:. Established March IX '1924 Published.Every Friday dicates that banks will, '"The Florida Sheriffs Bureau is criminal activity. S

Subscription: Price $2.00 Year In Advance iety of reasons,turn down making results of this survey -- ,

mated 5,899,000 checks available to all Florida law en- A Florida-based dairy is forminga
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn value of $603,627,760. forcement agencies to' alert them new processing company in Gua.

Canal Point, Florida,as Second Class Matter Of the estimated to the seriousness of the fraudulent -I temala. ,Foremost Dairies PresIdent 4

'tiardin ,Owner, Editor, Publisher" dulent checks that could check problem," stated the' Dr. Grover D. Turnbow said 1
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investigation during I960 Bureau Director. I the new concern will be called

ida Sheriffs Bureau "To cope with this most serious. Pastuerizadora; Foremost Dairiesof
DuVal became the
William P.
Small Car Trend that 30,000 will be and costly problem, officers will Guatemala. '
first territorial governor of: Flor- .
ture checks with a have to exercise the greatest pos- -
ida in 1822 and William D. 'Mosley Gaining Impetus
329,630; 211.000 checks v sible resourcefulness, and merchants CLASSIFIED ADS
was named'first state governor in
$6,509,330 will be "no should cooperate by tighten PAY BIG DIVIDENDS
1845. JACKSONVILLE The swing

'to smaller cars may cause Florida's

Florida has had a weekly gain in gasoline tax revenue to fall far

population of more than 5,000 per- short of estimates in the next few

sons during the past four years, years the Chairman of the Florida

according to-the State Chamber of Petroleum. Council said today. I

Commerce. Mr. John F. White noted that U.

S. auto makers built their one mil r t
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I lionth compact car of the year during -

June and that compact cars Phone 511- Pahokee 'Phone'WY 6-2550 Belle Glade I

Classified AdsHAD now sales.It .constitute 29 percent of auto I I /

has been estimated that total SALES and SERVICE {
A VISITOR? Give 2661 a IPS
; national gasoline tax receipts will
ring and let us know about it fall'well below anticipated levels Heating Air Conditioning Appliances
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and we will be happy to put the
if the present trend continues.
item'in our personal news column.Of
course,' there is NO CHARGE. observed.. State gasoline tax "\.J J.JUa\lU.J.V'V.JtJUI iI..1l'.J /l.ll.\.J\.J /ill\.J y I 4il1U.J1all.4i..VJ.! V .1.a.:. \

Thanks News. enues will also show a
.. The Everglades ev-1
drop, he noted. -
IS YOUR CLUB OR Church group Taxes on* gasoline have,increased -,

meeting this week? We would be about 50 percent over the last I 'fir, xt : .y>:ix:;,;.}> r :... .. GG.:.rt, .!Cp. S:.(,(sy:.,4wJ.JttSy,,fv!: '.;J,: 'f
glad to know about it and win use 10 years while the price of the '%k' 6}}} ?;' .7K :: };

it as a news item if you'll just product itself has remained almost '... W.$,;
give' us 'a ring' at 2661. Thanks. unchanged White said. Florida I } %u: '[vrY4: '?f
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The Everglades News. There is rio } press
taxes gasoline at 7c .a gallon and YhljrYrx { ) ,

.'. charge. of'course. ..',.fIS the federal government takes an ; 6: ';,;;f;; s : ::: a button.. 1
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F YOUR SUBSCRIPTION past additional four cents a gallon. Flor- a; r.ybi; : : ;C., dishes areYk.Y.v
ida motorists paid ,$167,393,000 in 'Yn, I
due? If you're going on # :, ? do
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state and federal gasoline taxes : }: .Ar; ;} ; }:, }} ;
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Everglades News, Canal Point,, may financingin
Fla. Florida and throughout the nation r. r41a }y}i}'' ''

White warned. He pointedout
FOR SALE: : New'and.used Witty that the fourth cent of the
Jeeps. Walter Ashley's: Garage curj .
rent four-cent federal is 'v{
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June of next year. White called on .'?. t:3: nb6} ti; #}3w:4it'S:tftx..Jf5f? : i., v: ''>L}+
PRINTING OF ALL KINDS. ,If I motorists to exercise vigilance to ,? ;Y4. :i} S;. k. y Y.X

you need cards, envelopes letter- make certain it does; He also warn- 4i?. 3t. .;.. .,4p ; ..
heads, statements, bill heads hand s ed car owners to be on guard vYlr{,:.' r;; i%:; 4 3
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bills or'something the:printing against diversion, of gasoline taxesto .}'6 n.h f. a.; _
\ line just step to the phone and can I non-road purposes. ": J :?::: S 1
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:; The Everglades News at Canal
-r Point, 'No'-2661. We are experts in Citrus production, and process ,1
f. producing excellent printing and ing in Florida, the state's most important -

: our.prices'are' in line with out of agricultural industry, was .}.....: :. ',,....... .......:.......;::..:.:...... ,
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town: printers who come to the not developed until the.turn of the "r I

Glades for printing business. Please 20th century in Central and South.
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jive us:a can. Phone 2061. c Florida. give :mom ,an 2JiZ ,dishwasher q"niJ ,

.- RUBBER. HOSE More than a It ..
:\. required seven. years and 40
million feet in stock prices below million dollars for the.U. S. to wage ,

:. i jobbers costs-garden hose:and industrial ,the Seminole Indian War in,1835- : i
;hose for every .service. '42.The conflict is regarded by his- MEXTM HOURS"or.

Suction,'fire, air, water, irrigation, torians as the greatest: hindrance : )

spray. HOSE, REMNANTS MILLENDS'Oouplinga ,to the development of the Florida .

of all kinds. AN ,Territory until that time. ,., ' INCH OR A OLE. AMAZON

HOSE & RUBBER CO. 3650. North IN THE CHtCCIT COURT OF 'Tim family for friends and recreation :

:Miami Ave. Phone 'PLaza 4-4566, FIFTEENTH OF JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT
FLORIDA. IN AND FOB PALM .
Miami, Florida., Aug. 19pdJ BEACH COUNTY .
: IN CHANCERY 60C 1M6BBALPH An Electric Dishwasher brings freedomfeom You can have a buflt-in or portable Electric .1

LC: MAZWELL.Plaintiff : Dishwasher inyour home today.
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Defendant : dishwater.It'means EXTRA HOURS"lor deetri&y it,.the. biggest bargain in town. II

Agricnltura1'ACREAGE ',TO: BESSIE NOTICE M. MAXW Of>$SUIT LL.' modern living more Ys ,. : -in 'P. O. BOX TO \ plumbing contractor; for the dishwasher i
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"of all You are hereby notified that,Ralph -.' You are'out of the kitchen m :minutes that best fits yournseds.PIPINQHOT ...._ j''I.
Many years experience In., .L..Maxrou has filed a Bill of Complaint When an Electric Dishwasher takes'over. \
Glades Mucklanda. Call me', against you for dlrorce and you are required ,
.when you, t.to. BUY; {. I to serve a copy of your answer .Diekov,glassware, silver, pots and pans WATER always on tap tare.
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to'the SELL, TRADE, ,or,,invest.Jn torney.-Thadct Whidden. P. O. Box 385. : .washed-rin6ed-6anitized"by.scalding for all your home-and-famfly needs t'

Real Estate. Acreage.Thurmond .. answer Pahokee.In Florida the office and of file the Clerk the original of the Lot water and.dried Jding1right with when you have flame-free, .fume- -.

Circuit, Court of Palm Beach County not air. Your kitchen is tidier .your free; ELECTRIC WATER HEATER! ,.
Florida;"ion '.or'before' the 5th.day of -
I September. 1960: if you fall so to do haSda stay smooth anc lover,. }
Judgment, by default will be taken 1
W.'Knight- \ against' you for .the relief demanded I -
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its, legal department to sought to have the Blue Heron pro

The Pahokee Church Canal Point First I i Hie Methodist Church enter suit to obtain needed rightof ject done with secondary road
way for the project. funds, but his motion died for alack

Of The Naz rene Baptist ChurchElder I[.Canal] Point Florida The extension is planned serveas I of a second. Foster said the

", .' .'- .- I 1 I an access road to a new schoolin project has already been turned
. .', 71 Bacom Point Road R. E.. Barfield Rotert A, Shelley, :Pastor the .area and the project has down by the state as a' primary
Charles F. Crauswell. Pastor SUNDAY: SUNDAY: been delayed in an attempt: to nego- road project.

'. Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00 a. m.-Church.School tiate right of way settlements., !I The board also agreed to hold up
I SUNDAY SERVICES: 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:CO, n.m.'Mntng Worship When commission secures its construction of a road between

9:45 'a. m.-Sunday: School. ,,7:00'p.. m.-B.,T. C. 6:30 p.-m.-Yo<1.h Fellowship order of taking for the right of I I Prosperity Farm Road and the Inland -
t'. 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship the be
I 8:00 p m.-Evening Worship \ way, project can completed Waterway for 30 days while
6:30 p. m.-Juniors. WEDNDESDAY: MONDAY: in a short time., I land owners file suit to clear title

7:00 p.Evangelistic m.-Sunaay Service.Evening! 7:30: p. m. Midweek Prayer 3:15 p. m.-Youtlj Choir. practiceTUESDAY I In l other actions on county roads I to the right of way.

Service : this week the c&mmission received Walter Puckett and Ted Brown
WEDNESDAY m.-Mldweek: 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society1st resolutions to be forwarded to the I Jr., were named as appraisers for
7:30 p. Prayer,
meeting. 7:30 p. .-Ladies Auxiliary Tuesday2nd state road department, seeking right of way needed for buildingnew
but Meeting. MONDAY: four laning of 2.2 miles of State I. approaches to Flagler Memorial
"Where are a stranger
you .. 7:30 m.-Esther Class meeting
once". io p. Road 15 in the Glades and four i I Bridge in West Palm Beach.
WEDNESDAY: :
Canal Pt.
I Missionary 7:30 p. m.-Prayer: Meeting I .
, F First Methodist Baptist ChurchRev. a.._ .., Miss McIntosh Tells tion will be.held in the home of thebride's
parents at 1631 Bacom
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Charles D. Stewart Pastor : Wedding Point Road.
.' SUNDAY: Barfield Highway No local invitations have been
: Rev. Clare S. Hall 9:45 a.-m.-Sunday School Miss Ruth Annette McIntosh an- issued but all friends are invited

"I's' SUNDAY: 11:00 a. m.-:-Morning Worship 9:45 A. M.-Sunday School nounces her final ,wedding plans.1! to the wedding and reception.
. ':.'t ; 9:45 a.'m.-Church School 6:30 p. m.-Training Union. 11:00 A. M.-Morning: Worship She will be married Sunday Au- -
-: 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship 7:30 p. m.-EvenIng Worship 700 P. M.-L. W. W. B. (Par- gust 21st at 4:30 P. M. at Pahokee HOME FROM GAINESVILLE

, '6:45 p.- m.-MYF WEDNESDAY. : sonage) First Methodist Church to Sidney Horace Scruggs and Mack
i 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship I 7:30 p. m.:: Prayer Meeting. 7:30 P. M.Evening Worship Alton Stubbs. Jr.. of. Bradenton. Crews .
: TUESDAY: -- 7:30 P. M,.l'uesday-Prayer Meeting with Rev. Austin ifollady of Talla- who graduated with the
'., 7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac- PHS Class of 1960, accompaniedby
The Church Of God hassee officiating. Rev. Hollady
'. tice.WEDNESDAY 7:30 P. M. Friday-children's will be ,assisted by Rev. T. C. Horace's mother, Mrs. A. H.
,! ., : Of Prophecy Pahokee Church
O'Steen of Pahokae. Scruggs, have returned from Gainesville -
7:45 p. m. Midweek devotions.' ---' 7:30 P. M. Friday-Y. P. E. The Iatron-of-honor will be I(I
where they attended the ear-
8:30 p. m. Senior Choir practice Canal. Point Road
:Mrs. William H. New of Miami and
; I John H. Kinard, pastor ly registration course for new students .
{ I I ; serving as best man will be'Robert
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School CommunicationPAO and their parents at the Uni-
,Blalock of Bradenton.Lamar Matthews -
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"St Catholic 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service
;, Mary's, I of Bradenton and Miss Jill versiy of Florida. While there Hor-
Church 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service McIlwain of Pahokee will providethe ace and Mack were guests at the
8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. STEAMSHIP COMPANYP. I Hume Hall dormitory and Mrs.
music for the wedding. Bridesmaids -
...- 8:00: p. m. Thursday- W. M. B. O. BOX 1349,
Scruggs visited her son-in-law and
I Father David Cronin I will be Miss Jeanine Mock
SUNDAY MASSES Everyone welcome. Special music MIAMI'. 8, FLORIDA' f I Pahokee, Miss Susan "Fehlberg, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin
13:1960Mr.
f First two masses of the month and singing. July Tampa and Miss Monty Gillman, Padgett, and family. The two
; { 11:00.: W. C. Connely I Atlanta, Georgia. The ushers will,! young men will begin their studies

Other Sundays. at. 7:30.. Christian Science 83 Royal Miracle Tours Mile be Kenneth McIntosh, brother of;i as freshmen at the university on

the bride. Tommy Stubbs, Braden- Sept. 12. .
Group Of Canal Point Coral Gables 34, Florida -
St. Peter's Lutheran ton, brother of the groom, John I
1 Pahokee High School Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Hughes and
I Beranek, Tampa, Ralph Russell,
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Church, Belle Glade 1 1I I The meaning of God's supremacyand Senior. Class-Miami-Nassau. Cruise- Bradenton. Miss Ginny Corbin family accompanied by Miss Peg- 4
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'<' I all-power will be explained at ie14,1960'Dear ? Fort,Myers: cousin of the bride,will gy McElhenny, have returned from "
Pastor
Erwin J. Baumgartner,
Christian Science services this Sun- Bill: a two weeks' vacation spent at ;
be flower
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601 W. Lake,,Rd., Belle Glade
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SUNDAY: the ceremony a recep-
day.Scriptural
'' selections in the Les sincere appreciation for your selection l
Divtne Services 11 A. M.
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9:45 A. M.
I. School the following from Leviticus year for the_above captioned group.I .

(264' 11)): "If ye walk in my believe this class ,had a won- : I

Holy Nativity statutes, and keep my commandments derful time aboard our S. S. FLOR- NEW

Episcopal ChurchPahokee and do them; Then I will IDA" and from all ,reports they ..,_
give, you rain in due season, and displayed perfect conduct in every '< Q

the land shall yield her increase, respect. As you know they were ;;: .

M. Wendell Hainlin, Vicar .and the trees of the field, shall very well chaperoned (one parentfor 't Jr- 'YTO .JS .

., SUNDAY: yield their fruit.. And I will set every five students). ;
We feel that a trip of this natureto
tabernacle : and my
10 a. m.-Sunday School my among you
11 a. m.. Worship Service soul shall not abhor you." t 'a nearby foreign port: Is _very STO P.:4jj4
-. God's power is also brought out exciting to youngsters as well as '

in readings from "Science and highly educational.
First Baptist I Health with Key to the Scriptures"by Please let us know as soon as ; .

Church Pahokee Mary Baker Eddy which include possible if this semor'class decidesto HAND :
,t this statement (330:11-12)): "Godis travel with us again next sum-I

Rev. James E Boyd, pastor infinite, the only Life, substance, mer as we definitely want to, set I
SUNDAY SERVICES: Spirit, or Soul, the only intelligence -I aside the best accomodations for :

9:45 a, m.-Sunday.School of the universe, includingman. their use.Thanking. k& WEEDIRG ; .
; 11:00 a, .-Morning Worship ."- I you again I remain,
6:45 p. m.-Training Union .. a. -..A Very truly yours, F w .. ,
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WEDNESDAY: ins and family are spending a va= General Passenger IN'M
i 8:00 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. cation Salerno Beach. Agent S

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SPFtAY V EGAtJEX AS YOU' : L lil' ". _

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TT M lIT/OJ'' Jill fEOT/P/l}} her honoring: eighth her birthday daughter anniversary., Julie, on grassy weeds as they sprout practically' '

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Use Vegadex to control weeds in Cabbage Corn "
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OWNED AND OPERATED BY MORE THAN I tertaining by Mrs. Frank and Mrs. Snap Beans and Celery. S .3

I 120 FLORIDA CATTLEMEN i John Cochran of Belle Glade.. '., '" '
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CONSIGNORS AT ALL TIMES YOUTH WEEK v f > .. ...& .. d \ .
The Pahokee First Baptist Chur-J -{(- && tatsay>sacee. '
WE ADVERTISE FOR.COMPETITIVE BUYER PARTICIPATION ch is making preparations to observe -
:AND MAINTAIN. OPEN COMPETITIVE "Youth Week" Aug. 2128.II Come in 7II1I1J..,_yoar VegcsSet @I. .

MARKET WHERE ALL BUYERS BUY. WITH Members of the, Intermediate, and 40* tee J* ready wfc ye*plant, ,
CONFIDENCE Young Peoples' Departments will ...-..--......-...------- l .'

be in' charge of all church activities "

t Glades Livestock Market Ass'n during this, period accordingto
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KILGORE SEED COMPANY
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i PHONE WY 6.30e8GEOEGE YOUNG. MANAGER Miss Helen Sheppard has returned .
I to hex;home at, Canal Point from
: : SALEs VERX MONDAY AT ;1p: m.t Tallahassee where she 'attended PAHOKEE PHONE 9MI BELLE WY GLADE 6-2093

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four control units in a radio warning:network operated by the Henry 4
BUBAL CIVIL DEFENSE _meeting In Henry 'defense gatherings such as this are part of a nationwide County Ind., civil defense organization. There are some 30 other
+ Comity, Ind., takes place ta the Prairie Township rural civil defense program to teach units in the network, which exists primarily to warn the county's >:
fire hall at MU Summit Ind. Speaker Is Robert D. persons how to survive nuclear attack and aid the remotest rural population of tornadoes or nuclear attack. Residents
:,> Wolf, the county clrfl defense director, who has nation's recovery efforts. Experts say any area of towns and cities would get the warning from siren systems. t:
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.j*. now for their safety from nuclear know how to survive recover the greatest number' of people Precautionary reinforcementof taminated soils what fallout-con. 4:
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f.J1.. Mrs: Edward A. Jensen accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ammons] hcme on Bacom Point Road. Deputy
r by Mrs. Mea Bosworth has have as guests this week her sister, I Sheriff and Mrs, Lee Wroten
,i..< returned from a visit with her father Hers.: T. C.' Hornsby. and son of! have purchased the residence vacated

( ',.", III.r Theodore- Steffen, and other Wauchula. by the Shirleys at 379 Ban
r relatives at West Bend, Wise En- !Ir. and Mrs. Bill Unwin are yan Ave and are moving their family
:> ..-" route home she also visited her son- spending a three weeks* vacation into this newly acquired home. '. ,
, in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.J. with relatives in North Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer B. Elliott, Jr.,
W. Geckler and,family at Mary- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shaughnessy are moving into the Elliott residence
F ville, Tenn. .of Tampa are visiting. friends vacated by the Wrotens on
;' :" .'.. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Maxwell and in-Pahokee this week. Bacom Point Road.

.' son, Mead, accompanied by her Mrs. H. M. McIntosh and her Mr. and Mrs. Sam Scruggs Sr.,
':- \ mother, Mrs. Nola B. Smith left sister, Miss Juli& Mathis, were spent Sunday in Orlando whera
this week for Leakesville, Miss., business visitors in Fort Myers they were guests of her nephew
:< where they will -attend a, family Monday. and niece :Mr. and Mrs. Gene Rowe,
r, reunion. and visited* with her brother-in-law .
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Singletary
Mrs, James H. Wilson has returned and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
F ; had as guests over the weekend
from Spartanburg, S. C., Rowe, of Chiefland. They were accompanied
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
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fruit Scruggs' mother, Mrs. Suzie Williams
has been engaged in the pro
daughter of West Palm Beach.
J I duce business in that area this who had been visiting here "
summer/ While she was, away her Mr. and,Mrs. Claude L. Shirley,I and who. returned to her home at
Sr., have moved into their new 'I
daughters Kathy and Alice Joy, ChieOand with the E B. Rowes.

were guests of their grandmother, -
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1t \ at Riviera Beach for aweek.
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family, accompanied by Miss Linda .
r. Hand, are vacationing at Hender- I PRINCE.,;. .- ; LAKE DRIVE-IN
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North Carolina. Enroute they plan SUNDAYMONDAYTUESDAYAUGUST f.,
AUGUST 14-15-16
to visit relatives in Atlanta, Ga. I I .
Miss Annette McCurdy has returned I 14-15-16 "I TI A RFR"
from a visit with relatives
in Georgia and North Florida. The Story of Ruth'PETER AUIER

MISS HELEN SHEPPARD Mr. and, Mrs. Norwood Guthrie '
and children of Miami visited his STUART WHITMAN, TOM (TECIINIOOLOR/ .
t parents Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Guthrie ALSOSHRINKING '
Miss Helen Sheppard's Engagement To and brother-in-law sister Mr.I TRYON AND PEGGY BLE .

Edwin L. DeLeon Is Being Announced and Mrs. Grady Chancellor, in Pa-. WOOD

hokee Sunday 1'1 I t t t t tIt t t I I I : : t s t : t : : I I : 1 I : S : I S I : .. t t : 1 fli -
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver H. Sheppard where she is majoring in, element ,
of Canal Point announce the engagement I ary education. -
of their daughter, Helen Mr DeLeon is a senior at FSU
Amelia, to Edwin L. DeLeon, son where he is majoring in dentistry.!i I
of Mr. and Mrs. Candido DeLeon Both Miss Sheppard and Mr. De-!
.of Aquadilla, Puerto Rico. Leon were on the dean's list of ,
The bride-elect is a%graduate of honor 'students at FSU during the
Pahokee High School and a member past semester. 1

of the Junior Class at Florida Plans are being made for an ear

State University, Tallahassee," ly fall wedding: 'I'II


Mr. and Mrs. O, H. Sheppard

"'"' and family have: returned from a
visit with relatives in Alabama and

Georgia. They were accompanied I
L/e"! Serial. home by Miss Linda Chastain of

.... Thomasville Ga, who is1 the guest
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Clinton; F Foster,. son of- ,Mr. here of the .Shep ardS and hergrandparents .
and Mrs. Willie Foster of Pahokce, Mr., and Mrs. J. H.
who recently enlisted in the U. S. Bordeaux.
Air Force, is now taking his,basic: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nance and
training at the Lakeland Air Force children have returned to Canal MAN"I
Base in Texas. Point after a month's visit with
Mrs. Pope Sears of Canal Point, her parents Mr. and :Mrs. Walter '
f district secretary of children's Ogle and family at Lake City, I
work lor the Methodist Woman's Tenn. While away they also visited
Society of Christian Service; -.has Mr. and Mrs.' Clifford Nelson and
returned from Lakelnad< ,where she family at Cincinnati, Ohio, and
attended the WSCS School pf Mis Mrs. ,Cleo Nelson and family at

sions. Lake City.
I Mr. and Mrs. H.. C. Clark' and Mrs. George,Mills and daughter, I
children have returned from a"visit Rachel, returned the first of the
with his mother. Mrs. Robert Rus- week from Homestead where they
ton at Montgomery, Ala. visited her parents. Mr. and "Mrs.

.. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Poole of Doz- Roscoe Williams, Mrs. Mills' two

ier, Ala. accompanied by Mr.\ and other daughters' Malinda and
Mrs. D. H. Games and children ofBrantley Phoebe Jean, are spending two
Ala, visited her brother- weeks ,with their grandparents in
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Homestead.

j Leavy Rodgers here the past week. Mr and Mrs. J.-M. Kelly have returned 1 ,P"'.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Higgins have : lo. Fort Pierce after a.visit !
returned from a week's vacation here with their son-in-law: ,and I
spent at Salerno Beach. Mrs. HIggins daughter,,Mr. and Mrs.J, V. Thomas '
has reopened her Playland Jr. They were accompanied .
Nursery, 278 East Main St. for the here: by their daughter. Miss. Madeline ,
season. Kellyr and:Miss Betsy *Mc-i

Miss Annette McIntosh, has returned Doyle.'who'remained. for an extended ,-i "
from Tallahassee where she :visitwith. the Thomas--. family.Mr. I
f attended: the midterm graduation and "'Mrs. L.:" D. Echols- returned i I -."...,-
exercises at Florida State University the. first of the week from I .
.. her fiance, Sidney Alton a. visit with their son and daught'
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Stubbs, Jr., being one of the grad er-in-law. Mr.and Mrs. Ted Echols, 4 .
uates who received a bachelor's'de and family at Melbourne. They I
gree from the university. were accompanied by their daughter Talk about Bargain. .
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:Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Padgett.I Miss Betty Echols, who remain .... ,

". accompanied by ,their son and ed, in Melbourne for an extended I 4'J' ,,;.' ",
daughter- 1-law, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin visit. Miss Echols, who received a ;

,sPadgett and family of..Gainesville BS degree in Education at Mercer Most people do!And. nothing'shandier '_ .. .,:;J --"#!P ..
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visited their son and daught College, Macon Ga, last June, ., .
er-in-law, the Rev. and Mrs. Don ,has accepted a teaching position for rounding up friends .'id-.tt'/..4.

aid Padgett and family at Chattahoochee. at:the Okeechobee High SchooL '. than the bargain talk f :
The Rev Padgett was recently Miss Betty Williams has returned !; ''t' _._' I ? you ,7 Z'
transferred from Chieflaad to her home in Canal Point from ;.. -"u. "
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to Chattahoochee where he is now New Mexico where she, was the 1' !

serving as pastor 'of the Chata- guest of: her cousin, T-Sgt.: and t :v; ; T. all you like to bring ". : : .. ,,-: -
hoochee Methodist Church. Mrs.-.M.,D. Johnson and family for .. .f.,,"..... '. ...", t' '" i;'

". Mrs Mack Barfield and children six weeks. I -. pleasure to yourself and others. : : : _- .
Jeft'this' week for a visit with relatives Mrs. C. W. Cbnnalley of Coral : .:., !_ ._.
and friends in.Tampa, Tallahassee Gables;ls spending two weeks here t;.(... .. ....' y...- i.J'i .- ,
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,-,Donalsonville, Ga., and Do* with her daughters Mrs. J. S. ..j.; ; i -.,,':.'!: ...,:,""ir ...:"
than,. Ala. Ch&stain and Mrs. R, S. Sbigletary. ::;-:;.- ;. ',,;.. .:"' "," :i -,
Mr.,'and.Mrs.. D. W. Cunningham fO and fan Uies. *. .::8oulh.rr .._11': > '- ':': >-:: ._f'1j ; :

..., are attending a Florida'Educational: Mr. and Jd 's.' P. B.Williamsonwere" : '. .':. '" -'". ''*' ; .
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