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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 19, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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August 19, 1960 PUBLISHED WEEKLY t IN ; CANAL. POINT BY PAUL RAF.D/N


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Blue Devils Start ,Cabinet Purchases LofcooparbecuesAnother. J Odham Accepts As A&W Group Leases

i Radio ;Equipment Milk Board HeadTALLAHASSEE
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__ '60 Foot Ball Work TALLAHASSEE t --, The state SuccessThe -- J. Brailey, 2921 Acres At $37

'cabinet recently approved purchaseof Odh'am has accepted a new four- i .
'.. Coach Web Pell called for the $13,755 worth of equipment from Lake Okeechobee Farmers year term as chairman of the The Cabinet trustees of the Internal -

: x start of pre-season football training Radio Corp. of America for the new Cooperative at the annual mem- Florida Milk Commission but the Improvement Fund Aug. 9,

'; for the Pahokee High Blue University of South Florida at bership meeting held in the Com- term expected to last only four leased 2,921 acres of rich Ever
... Devils on Monday of this week. tampa.The equipment will be used munity-Building at the Glades Park: months instead.
glades farmland to a cooperativeheaded
: Conditioning exercises will be the in a language laboratory.Gov. eetedA..C.: Hitchcock and J. W. Odham said he will resign whena Robert and
by Apelgren
,. order of the day until next Wednesday Collins was curious why''ths Repper new directors with three- new governor takes over next
Edgar Wilder of Pahokee for $37
1. Aug 24, when the squad electronics age had invaded th3 year terms of office each. They January* *
for 15
f. will begin wearing pads and study of languages. G. O. Jones of succeed A,..R,. Harrington and ;J.I The commissioner said he'told an The acre transaction years.will bring the -
buckle down to the hard work of the board of control business staff Hilton Jones whose terms of of- Democratic nominee for governorC.
: state $108,077 or $1,621,155over
body contact in scrimmage/play. explained the equipment' included fice had, expired.. Farris Bryant, during the Dem- the life of a-year the lease. It is' one .....
The Blue Devils; opening game tape recorders, earphones' and other The board of: directors in a spec- ocratic convention in Los Angeles -
of the richest leases ever negotiated
; will be:played at Riviera Beach on electronic devices. ial session reorganized for, the that he would step down when Bry-
the state for stateowned
i Friday. Sept. 23. Pahokee is continuing Seems its a new concept in;teaching coming 'year, chosing Floyd Erick- jant takes office. Odham supported lands.by

t. this season as a member of : languages, but no one, could explain son, president; J. F. Waddell, vice State Sen. Doyle Carlton, Jr., 25
land for the
The past years
1', the re-organized Suncoast Confer- just how it would be done president; and J. W. Repper, secretarytreasurer..Te -I'I in the recent campaign.
i f ence which includes five schools I board retained ..- has been leased to Richlands; Inc.
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irom the East Coast ana three Edmund Thomas, who is spend-
Cancer Society To Health Agencies $4 an acre. -
+ from the Lake Okecehobee area. ing the summer with his family at of Richlands
t The eight schools in the conference King's Ferry_ N. Y., as general Representatives
I': are :Fort Pierce, Riviera Beach Continue, Its Work, manager in charge of sales. ToMeetAug.23'-24 Apelgren gaged in and spirited Wilder bidding but bowed with
Start,. Lake Worth. Seacrest, Pa- Prior to the'election LOFC mem- ,
I out when, the bidding hit $37 an
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hokee Belle Glade and Clewiston. bers were hosts at a barbecue din-
Returning lettermen for the Bluer Twenty-seven county units of ner for thelr"""families and other ,GAINESVILLE Representatives acre. ,

: Devils this, year- include Doug the Florida Division of theAmer-, guests. Approximately 100 persons'I of twelve voluntary health Last week Apelgren he told associated ths-
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trustees was
a
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Blanton Denny Padgett, Curtis
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attended the barbecue which was
Hun- ican Cancer Society will continue agencies in the state will meet with was getting ready to go-
Claud Morgan John
RussomA Harold
; under the direction of
cancer education and fund-raising August 23-24 at the University of into sugar production. Richlands
and Mike Wilson, according I
_ i.. dley Webb Jr., and his committee.
Pr* to Coach PelL: Coach Bill Howard campaigns>> through ,the month ofAugilst Out-of-town were M. Florida for a mutual exchange of has been growing truck ,crops on

:. will again assist Pell in shaping up The extended Crusades I Mounts Mary Add, Mrs. U.I organizational patterns, programsand the, acreage. located. near Pelican. .
the Blue Devil,line,and Coach Bob have, been made to assure raising beth. Pierce, Mrs. 'Miriam methods o| reaching agency" Bay_trustees< xTh last_; .
Maxson will also help with the the $800,000 fund, necessary for J. Alex,urn ttei Mr. and Mrs John goals. > f week rejected
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LIf ...._... training,j re1?lacing garner JVilder 'con' ducting,.;next years; programs'I,' Ht ftQ .. Jchn Jr.,1" ..The_ meeting.(is a two.lay Institute _1 ta,offeV\by. 2,381-acres theUs'fSi Sugar-of'tli:'Corp.tjocfcr'fo ;
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tfeiredtoraret of-Jputilicprofessioriaieducation, Sponsored T> the FfeHdat'Co 4
'who' 1i :
a. been : Gera Cappe{<< n n. Boger, and y : .
i scientific Committee of'"NationalVoluntary ? $453 an acre, or:? more than one
and
research
East. Coast schOol patient servicesc A. M. Kirpatrick of West PalmBeach ordinating ; *
Pahokee High School has one' of Contributions to date have ; A. M?! Petti, Gainesville;'! Health Agencies, the million dollars.
the smallest enrollments. of students already surpassed the total receiptsof Harold Brewer Boynton Beach; University pf Florida and the General 'The recent cutback in the Cuban
of any of the schools in the the 1959 Crusade.The announcement Mr. and Mrs. ''R. E.- Hotard and I Extension Division of Florida. sugar quota has brought new activity -
made in a report David V. coordinator of in Florida to step up domestic .-
Suncoast c ntere ce. Consequently was yesterday daughter, Janet, Mr. and Mrs. H. Legate
Coach Pell faces each year the issued from the Society's H. Keniston and Carl Waggoner rehabilitation programs for the production.
r problem of getting,enough players ,headquarters in Tampa. all of Belle Glade i'Mr. and Mrs. C. Extension Division, said that each The acreage bid on Tuesday.included -
x' on his football squad to build upa The report further pointed out B. Willis and', family, Mr. and Mrs. :agency has been requested to present 540 acres heretofore. with
team with ample reserve, that the Society's volunteer lay Howard Holman Mr. and Mrs. iL!! a report on its statewide activities drawn for lease to other public
strength. Last';year: he was handicapped and physician Board Directors B. Simonson and. Thadd Whidden. and goals. use-55 acres for the city of Pa-
; in.his training program'' by have indicated that the fund will all of Pahokee. Among the groups listed by Legate -' hokee, 75 acres for Palm Beach

having to work with a :very small again be allocated to support spe- Also special guests were County as institute participants are County Airport extension; 195
squad, there being at times only'16 cific programs which are best suit- Commission Chairman and Mrs. the Florida Division Inc. of the acres for Palm Beach County Air

,:. players on the ,practice field-not ed for control procedures, Paul Rardin Mr. and Mrs. W. E.i:American Cancer Society; Florida port industrial area, and 215 acres
: enough for :scrimmage play. Pell Public Education programs will McCall and family, Mr. and Mrs. I! Chapter, Arthritis and Rheuma- of public purposes on .request of
: is hoping for a good turnout of be conducted state-wide to further ,W., Et Blackwell and family the tism, Foundation; Florida Councilfor the city of Belle Glade.
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J candidates for the:Blue Devil team I I I alert the, general public to the Rev.. Charles D. Stewart, and FFA Retarded Children Florida These 540 acres were made sub-
this season* threat of cancer--and what to Jo Members Renzo Echols; Ralph Heart Association, Inc.; Florida ject to a one-year cancellation

about it. Through the cooperationof Jones, Mike Maxson and Warren Mental Health Association; Florida. clause.. _c;;;
volunteer physician, film show- Repper all of Canal Point Society for Crippled Children and
ActiveDu tyFor.Teachers jngs will be offer l and educational : I I Adults; Florida Society for the Sunbeam Camp;

:, literature distributed without castor I Prevention of Blindness, Inc.; and ,
To Start obligation--:to ,the public organizations Exercises CloseMethodistSchool I I the Florida TB and Health Associ eels
Held This W
firms and industries\ i I ation. r ..
schools, colleges and other groups. Other agencies he named were I
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.r-: Faculty,members of Pahoke ; and Professional, Information will I the Muscular Dystrophy Associa- ...
f' ,.+ Canal ,Point Schools,, 'as', ; ll'as" again,be distributed to the medical l tions\of; America Inc.; The National A Baptist Sunbeam Day Camp

.- '_ya other public schools In Palm'Beaeh" .and_,dental professions, providing erasing exercises for the two Foundation; National Multiple was held In the Community Build-
: Countywill begin their i active dut-. literature*,on 'cancer and reports ofdevelopments weeks' vacation Bible School at 1!Sclerosis Society; and the United ing at Community Park 1n Canal i

:r, '-:; ties for .the new' schoo'l. yearpn ;in: diagnosiSand the Pahokee"'Flrst Methodist,Church Cerebral Palsy of Florida.. Point on Thursday of this week '
r .?'-' .. .J Wednesday,, Augr 24-with attend= treatment of the disease* will be held this Friday eveningin The institute is the first pro- (Aug I8):Jrom JO a* m.'to:2: p. m. ,sunder

:.' : .L ance to:a series of pre-school planning : Scientific Research,will continueto the social hall of the church, grom of a long-range: in-service the sponsorship. of the Palm-
: conferences" some to 'be held seek causes cures and preven- starting at 7:30 o'clock. trainingplan for the staff jof agen- Lake Association.The .-.
,f" at their home schools and others tion'of cancer. Qualified allotments Children of each of the three departments cies and( selected volunteers LeBible Rev. Charles D. Stewart of ,

out of town.Proschool. will be establishehd for_ project, kindergarten, primary .ga t a sa i d. Canal Point was camp castor and :

.... registration of ,students program and institutional grants; ..and junior will present a brief program the Sunbean leader from the Green-
will make *place Thursday issuance of special scholarships, with each department allot- School To acres Baptist Church served as,
Sept. 1. and regular classroom ses- trainee and research contracts ted 12 minutes for the presentationof director. In addition to mission
sions will start the first day after Patient Services are provided its part of the program. Close FridayThis study classes for the children, there
\' Labor Day Tuesday Sept. 6. ac- persons with cancer who require Following the program there will were recreational and lunch periods .

cording to Brooks:Henderson'principal comfort and certain needs. Medi- be a period of fellowship during Friday is the last day of the at the camp. Churches represented ;
1.. of Pahokee, Schools. cal dressings are'available in most which refreshments will be served vacation Bible School being con- included Belle Glade, Canal Point, .
.& 1iI.. County Units. Other Units provide by members of the Woman's Society ducted at the,Canal Point Missionary Pahokee, Northwood and First }
: h A'ITEND''VEnDING ,beds wheel chairs and various oth of Christian Service. This Baptist Church this week, with Baptist in West Palm Beach Riviera -

r. l Mrs. Ollie Batchelor and Mrs._ er,necessities. will be followed by an open house 1 classes daily from 8 to 11 a, m. Jupiter Green Acres Haverhill i

.. Rosa Curley of West Palm ,Beach Complete plans for Florida's with the teachers and pupils of the j The Rev. Charles D. Stewart West Gate.'Loxahatchee Lantana -
have returned_from Goodlettville 1961 cancer control projects will be school acting as hosts. During the: pastor is serving as principal of .Hopoluxo and Boynton Beach, .
1. 'Tena. where"they attended the formulated at the Annual Division open house visitors/wlll be invited I ,the school. Department superintendents as well .as all mission in the area. '
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t\ wedding Mrs.. Cm-ley's:'daughter, Meeting of'the'Society to be held in to inspect the work done. by >the I are Mrs. J. S. Atkins, *+ I

Miss'Melba; .Curley, to Harold Ft. Lauderdale in October. More children, which will be on display.I junior; Mrs. Charles D. Stewart, Economic experts say the boom !
.' Hooper which took place at Good -thai two hundred ;volunteer ACS :Mrs. F. S. (Dick) Parrish was director primary; and Mrs. D. P. Hughes, I at Cape Canaveral maturing be-

,,, lettville on Aug-5 at 8,p. m., in the officers and directors will attend I of the 'school which had an beginners. cause of a leveling off of military
Baptist Church. The bride "Is a the meeting. enrollment of 35 children. ..- i I growth. The Air Force and missile
t former Pahokee :resident. Mr. and 'I S. A. Nail jot St. Petersburg has center now provides 18,000 civil.r.

?1 :Mrs.Hooper are making,their,home ..Mr. and."Mrs. J.,H. ,Bordeauxwere i Police Chief and Mrs.Leon Guth- joined his wife at Canal Point ian and military jobs, with, the-' '
;." in Goodlettville where he is engaged recent guests of their nephewand rie have returned home after spending where they are moving into their total expected to reach 20,000. .

in carpentry. .niece in Fort Lauderdale. -. a:week,,at Fort.Jfyers Beach. new home. within two years*. ,
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: i rage Tw& The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday August 19, 1960

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1. Practice Safety And perous national.economy. I The Floride State Chamber
I[ Experts from the National Safety Commerce reports the Federal

I--... Enjoy Life On Farm I Council, which is cosponsoring Power Commission recently approved -

. I j Farm Safety Week with the U. S. temporary authority to

w'i< :Most of us balk when we see or j|I Department of Agriculture, tell us Houston Gas and Oil Corporationfor

. hear any kind of list of do's and we can enjoy life by practicing construction of a lateral natural -
safety each day. They asks to gas line to serve Michigan
dont's regarding our daily lives.I I
Chemical at Port St.
\ check our home electric and heating Corporation
\Ve consider our beliefs about liv-
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> systems, to check and repair
. IIIr. ing our personal property and we|f t
. equipment, ,to keep children away IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
resent outsiders telling us how to. from machinery and livestock. FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. AND FOR PALM
live. "It's none of their business!" I They warn us against falls result- BEACH COUNTYIN

, we complain.Yet ing from hurry and unsafe ladders.. CHANCERY.60C 1346B
RALPH L. MAXWELL, :
consider- for a moment, the 1 They remind,us that courtesy is the Plaintiff :

number of strangers whose advicewe key to highway safety, and they -vs. :

> The Rardin Building In Canal Point, Florida listen to each day: bankers,I suggest we do our best to improve BESSIE M. MAXWELLDefendant ::

doctors, machinery experts, news roadway visibility. NOTICE OF SUIT
THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF TO: BESSIE :M. MAXWELL.P. .
paper columnists lawyers, radio I I They tell us to make sure all. O. BOX 79
announcers:-the list could go on farm equipment is operating safely Oak Orove LouisianaYou
: are hereby notified that RalphL.
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing forever. We're, bombarded by advice -I I and to stop machines before unclogging Maxwell has tiled a Bill of Complaint

all day long from a variety of oiling or adjusting them. against. you for divorce, and you are required -
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without to serve a copy of your answerto
: experts. We might do well to'heed They 'urge us to be careful using the complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney -
Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years some advice, such as the following. potentially dangerous chemicalsand Thadd Whidden. P. O. Box 395.
Pahokee. Florida, and file the original
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Established March II, 1924., Published,Every Friday According to President Eisen- to keep them out of reach of answer In the office of the Clerk of the
hower who 24- children.We Circuit Court of Palm Beach County
Subscription Price $2.00 Year IB Advance proclaimed July
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Florida on or before the 5th day of
i 30 as National Farm Safety Week, have"moral responsibility September, 1960; If you fall so to do,
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn accidents in addition toI judgment by default will be taken i
'drainingour we, 'our family and the people we against you for the relief* demandedin
Canal Point, Florida as Second Class Matter nation's financial resources, deal with daily-to stay safe to the complaint.

Paul tiardin Owner, Editor, Publisher "bring death disability, sufferingand enjoy life. Not a bad thought to DATED this. 1st ALEX day ARNETTE of August.1960.J. .
hardship to thousands of farm keep in mind during'NatIonal Farm Clerk of Circuit Court

people annually." Safety habits, Safety Week-and. the rest, of the (Circuit'Court By'J.Seal M.) Blackburn
en supply stores, is a convenientfuel '
Charcoal Is Good therefore, are vitally needed if, year. Deputy Clerk.
for barbecues, grills, picnicsand \ Pub.: Aug. 5. 12, 1D, 26, 1960
,there are to be fewer deaths and i
Thadd Whidden
For Many Uses campfire cooking. But safety
injuries, less expense, grief and CLASSIFIED ADS Attorney for Plaintiff
measures are required for\; success-. P. O. Box 395
suffering on the farm and a pros* PAY BIG DIVIDENDS Pahokee. FloridaPhone
Safety suggestions for kindlingan ful use. I

using Charcoal which has become Be'sure to set up your grill or .
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so popular for outdoor cook- dig the barbecue pit in an open i
jySw SwAw\it7 iBYtlgTOnm7 lr7wA I 1
.ery, are offered by Extension place, well away from buildings,

specialists in several States. trees dry leaves, grass or brush.

Charcoal, now sold in lumps or If you use a charcoallightingfluid

briquets in many groceryand gard- be sure to use it according to

directions. Soak a little into the I j
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briquets before lighting theme, and I \

Classified Ads be has sure not there soaked is in no when liquid you fuel start that!I! 511 Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550,- Belle Glade

the fire. Never use gasoline, paint{ '
thinner or any other highly combustible SALES and SERVICE i
IIAD A VISITOR? Give 2661 a _
fluid to kindle charcoal. .
ring and let us know about it
Safest way to kindle chacoal :s I Heating Air Conditioning Appliances i
and we will be happy to put the
to use dry, crumpled paper, or a
item in our personal news column.Of .
light substance like excelsior
under -
course, ,there is NO CHARGE. I
the pile of charcoal. Then sim-
Thanks. The Everglades News.
ply light the paper as in startingan

IS YOUR CLUB OR Church group ordinary wood fire.It,may takea

meeting this week? We, would be _little fanning to get the char-
glad to know about it and will use coal kindled. When you see greyor

it, as a news, item if you'll just whitish spots around the edgeof

give us a ring at 2661.' Thanks. charcoal, this means that it is

The Everglades News. There,ia no kindled. In 20 minutes or so it will press

charge, of course. be hot enough to grill. a button..*

IS 'YOUR SUBSCRIPTION .pastdue The charcoal* chef-and others dishes are
'who join in the cookoutshouldwear
T If done!
you're going on vacation I
,.heavy, fireproofed gloves
let us have a check before you
both in building the fire, and ''rl.. ..1..
go. Send ,$2.00 and we'll renew usingit
A fireproof or fire resistant
your paper for one year. The I .
Everglades News, Canal Point, apron is a safeguard, too. ,

Fla. Florida extension specialists ad-
vise having on hand a sprinklingcan
FOR SALT: New and used Willys full of water-one with a long

Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garagein spout preferred-to douse the fire

Belle Glade Phone 3058. In an when
emergency or leaving;
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PRINTING OF ALL KINDS. 1C I the that picnic cooking site.will They be done also more suggest conveniently !;)-\ :: ,,. >' ';CY

you need cards, envelopes letter- with long-handled forks,

heads, statements bill,heads, head tongs, skewers, skillets and sauce-

bills, or something in the printing pans. It is easier too, if you have I

line just step to the phone and call long-handled 'swabs or. brushes for \

The Everglades News at Canal barbecue sauce. ,
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Point, No 2661.'We are experts in

producing excellent printing and DON'T LET ,FATIGUE I

our prices are in line with out of SET UP AN ACCIDENT I

town printers, who come to the Things go wrong when you're I :aY.:*a a'i: ; sa obi k

Glades for printing business. Please "dog-tired": .,Reflexes slow down. (:'

give us a can. Phone.2661. Your mind isn't fully alert. 'Hands give mom an dishwasher and >: It.I.

RUBBER HOSE, More than ,a fumble.: Feet trip over things:.
million feet in stock prices below Eyes don't'see possible dangers. it

jobbers costs, garden.hose and Industrial Homemakers !more than any, .

hose, for every service. other one group are" guilty of "Exmt .

Suction, fire, air,,water, irrigation, working when overtired. A perfect .. If f I

spray. HOSE REMNANTS. MILL setup for an accident 1

ENDS. Couplings ,of all kinds. AN More than five million, Americans .. t
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INCH OR A MILE. AMAZON .are injured in their homes -

HOSE & RUBBER CO. 3950 North each year. Almost .20 percent of! for family for friends and recreation

Miami Ave. Phone, PLaza, 4-4566. these accidents happen in kitchens. ,
Miami.. Florida. Aug. 19pd Some of them are'caused by carelessness -i rAn
disorder, and misuse of Electric Dishwasher brings freedom You can have a built-in or portable Elec ,

equipment.: But.fatigue plays. 'amajor from messy, inoaotonous"drudgery .-. tric Dishwasher in your home'today. -

AcreageneaItorSp"'all7in& role in most of them. .ends slaving over a steamy sink of greasy A penny will wash dished far 8 people. I

The solution: Take time out to \ dishwater.It means"EXTRA HOu so-for! electricity i*, the biggest bargain in town ,

rest just five minutes from bows." See electric dealer and '
away modem living more "family your appliance r
in Agricultural the job will lesson tension. Take a '. plamfrang contractor for the diahwasher I' : t.
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ACREAGE of. I all Idad I coffee break; phone? your neighbor, You are out of the kitchen,in.mf&s&es: that beat fits your neoda.u ::

..MaIIy"years Glades J'tfl'W'hfcaftd4t experience Call me la knit on Johnny's sweater, or just when an Electric Dishwaaher take*over., s, : f ,!

when you want to BUY; relax in a comfortable chair"or on Dishes, glassware, saver, pots and pans PIPING-HOT WATER always on tap, ;.: i
the couch. :You'll return to the job ,.
are washcd-rinsed-"fianitired"by scalding for all home-and-family needs ::;s/'
SELL, TRADE, or Infest In ,more alert and better to your I
prepared '
Real Estate Acreage.Thurmond work safely. You'll return, to the hot water and dried sparkling bright with when you have name-free, fume- .:,.1 1

job more alert and better preparedto ; hot'air. Your kitchen tidier. your free ELECTRIC WATER HEATER f.' .

work -safely. You' won't even hands stay smooth and lovely. i

W.. Knight miss the "time out".-you'll accomplish -' ;-' .. ::7/! i

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t, : o'.",-;:' PERSONAL s NEWS NOTES T E S I,' I



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MBA andtMrs.. L. M. Collins has 3-c Joe Parker who is

... returned from a week's visit with I I stationed at Jacksonville was a

her' sister Mrs. H. F. Smith at,, recent guest of his parents, Mr. and
Orlando. Mis. J. P. Parker, in Canal Point.

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Mr. and Mrs. Hugh G. Miller III Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Chastain left

of Rockledge are expected ,to arrive last week by plane for Philadel-

I. in Pahokee today for a week- phia, Pa., to be with his brother
i The Pahokee Church Canal Point First !!! r 1e Methodist Church
end visit with her parents Mr. and Anderson R. Chastain, who is a parent -
,. Of The Nazarene Baptist Church Ci.nal: oint a Florida Mrs. G. Bryan Ramey, and while in a hospital In that city.
here will attend the Stubbs-Me-I
71 Bacom Point Road Elder R.E.Barfield Robert A. Shelley.Pastor Intosh wedding 1 I Co!. W. S. Evans has returned
Charles F. Crauswell Pastor SUNDAY: I SUNDAY: t!'.'OIl RusseHville, Ky., where ,' he
i \,,,., Phone 7528 P. 0. Box 882 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00 a. 'm.-Church School, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Hackney,' was called recently by the death

SUNDAY SERVICES: 11:00 a. m.-Morning,Worship 11QO:(( a. m.-Homing Worship former Canal Point residents now of his aunt Miss Jessie Settle.
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9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. 7:00 p. m.-B. T C. G30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship. living in St. Petersburg. visited. Funeral services for Miss Settle
f.'\) 11:00 a. m.-: Sunday Worship. 7:30 .- friends here
!r :_._ 6:30 p. m.-Ju 110rs. t WEDNDESDAY 800p. m.-Evening Worship. MONDAY p.: Evening Worship recently. were held there on Aug. 6.
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'. 7:00 p. m.-Sunaay Evening! 7:30 Midweek 3:15 p. .Youth Choir practice Mr .and Mrs. Russell Maxson Harold and Allen Jones have returned -
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Evangelistic Service. p. Service '. 'Prayer TUESDAY: had as guests the, past week her I to Clewiston after a visit

WEDNESDAY: 8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society brother and ,sister-in-law Mr. and with their grandmother Mrs. C. B.
2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: I
.i ": I 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer 7:30 p. m-Ladies Auxiliary 1st Tuesday- '_ Mrs. J. C. Scroggins, of Starkes- Jones and uncle Alton Jones in
meeth g. 2nd MONDAY: ville, Miss. The Maxsons also hadas Canal Point. '

"Where you are a stranger but \ Meeting. ,-7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting recent guests Mr. and Mrs. J. k
once". 1 1Canal t- B. Daniel of Village Ark. Mr. arid :Mrs.' C; G. Willis and.
WEDNESDAY: ,
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{. First Methodist Pt. Missionary 7:30' p. m.-Prayer. .. Meeting Mr. and Mrs. ''Leo Berry and Mrs. periru'de-Burney, have'returned -
Baptist Church children have returned to their to .Pahokee 'after spendingseveral
Church, Pahokee. I ( hurch Of God', home in Jackson, -Miss., after a days at Key West and other

Rev. Charles D.Stewart, Pastor II Barfield Highway visit with Mr. and Mrs. Charles points in the Florida Keys'
Rev. Clare S, Hall SUNDAY: I! Maxson in Canal Point.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Britton and fam-
9:45 m.-' School
SUNDAY a. -Sunday
: 9:45 A. M.--Sunday School
"... 11:00 I Mr. and Mrs.,J. P. Parker had as ily were recent visitors in Orlando
9:45 a. m.-Church School a. m.Morning Worship 11:00 A. M.Morning Worship
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 6:30 p. .Training Union. 7:00 P. -M.-L. W. W. B. (Par- recent guests Mr. and Mrs. D. W Mr. and 1Marvin Crady and
6:45 p. m.-MYF 7:30 p. .-Evening Worship sonage) Hughes and daughter of Crossville,
7:45 p.' m.-Evening Worship WEDNESDAY: 7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship HI, family are spending a vacation
with her and other rela-
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TUESDAY 7:30 m."""-Prayer Meeting.
: p. 7:30 P.M.Tuesday-Prayer Meeting Mrs. Tilliswas
v Wiley accom-
tives at Hodgenvilie Ky.
\ 7:00 p. TOf Vesper Choir prac \ panied home from a recent visit
ticeWEDNESDAY 7:30 P. M. Friday-Children's Miss Janette Harrington is attending
with relatives in Starke by her
l : The Church Of God Church
husband's mother, Mrs. C. H. Tillis. the senior assembly of the
7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions 7:30 P. M. Friday-Y.P. E.
Methodist Youth at the
Of PahokeeCanal ... Fellowship .
Prophecy
8:30 m. Senior Choir & .
practice
p. Mrs. H. B. Miller, former Canal I Methodist Camp near Leesburg this

Point Road Wildlife Potentials, Point resident now living in West I week. "

St. Mary's Catholic 10:00 John a. m.-Sunday H. Kinard School pastor' Would Be ProposedA Palm here of Beach Mr. and was:Mrs.a recent F. W. Cross guest Miss Madeline Kelly accompanied -
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Sr.. by Miss Betsy McDoyle has
Church )1:00 a. .-Preaching Service
plan to make available nine- returned to her home in Fort Pirce
7:45 p. Evangelistic Service Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Singletaryhave ..
after a week's visit with her brother
teen choice sites in 'America's last
Father David Cronln 8:00 L. B.
m. Tuesday-V.
p. his Mrs.
mother
as a guest in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs.jfv. .
,SUNDAY MASSES &:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. great wildlife frontier; the Everglades G. B. Singletary of Tnomasville, : Thomas Jr., in Pahokee.
First two masses of the month Everyone welcome. Special' music for sportsmen and recrea- Ga. '

I 11:00. and sineinsr. tional areas is under study by the
Other Sundays at 7:30. Mrs. Johnny Christian and sons, Bulldozers have started ripping
V t ----r S Central: and Southern Florida Gene and Johnny Jr., accompanied out the center of,Lincoln Road Mir *

St. Peter's Lutheran Christian Science Flood Control District's Governing by Mrs. Emma Lindon have r ami Beach, for construction of a
Board. Mall a lavishly landscaped traffic-
to their Savannah
returned home In -
Church, Belle GladeErwin Group Of Canal Point I The plan Was prepared by the Ga., after a visit with her free shopping promenade. .,
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I Florida Development 'Commissionat husband's brother-in-law and sister ... 'f'
J. Baumgartner.. Pastor The healing power of spiritual I
the of the FCD
request
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boatwright PAY BIG DIVIDENDS
601 W. Lake Rd. Belle Glade understanding will be explained at I
of these sites would
Development } in Pahokee. CLASSIFTH D ADS PIT
SUNDAY Science churches Sundayin ,
: Christian
be through the cooperation of such
Divine Services 11 A. M. the Lesson-Sermon on uMi d", federal.
State and local government
School 9:45 A..M. concludes'the series
which current
agencies as the U. S. Fish and
11. devoted to synonymns for God. Wildlife rv1ce, the Florida Game

Holy Nativity Christ Jesus' response to the and Fresh Water Fish Commission
NEW
centurion who asked for his
help
the State. 'Road Department and
Episcopal ChurchPahokee palsied servant: will be included In county commissions with the FCD / .
the Bible readings: "And ,Jesus .
assuming active leadership the De- '
said unto the centurion Go thy velopment Commission recom- WAY TO ,
M. Wendell Hainlin, Vicar way; and as thou hast believed so mends.

SUNDAY: be it done unto thee.And his serv- The plan was presented by Wal- I
10 a.' m.-Sunday School ant was healed in the selfsamehour' lace H. Jones of the Florida Development .
11 a. m. Worship Service i ,
(Matt. 8-13) Commission at the STOP
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From f "Science and Health with FCD's August Board meeting.

First Baptist Key to the Scriptures by Mary Jones.noted that ,the advent of the
Baker Eddy the following selection FCD'with its development of vastwater

Church, Pahokee will be read (180:25): "When man conservation areas in the I Y HAND '
is governed by God the 'everpresent midst of the marshy Everglades :
Rev. James R. Boyd pastor
SUNDAY SERVICES: Mind who understands all together with its system of canals

9:45 .a. m. Sunday School things man knows that with God and levees has made it possible ."to WEEDING I

11:00 a. nu Morning Worship all things are possible. The only utilize: the southern interior of

6:45 p. .-Training Union way to this living Truth, which Florida, for_ meeting recreational
8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship heals the sick is found in the'Sci needs" for all Floridians and visitors
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WEDNESDAY: ence,of divine.' Mind as taught and to,theState.. INTt .

8:00 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. demonstrated by Christ Jesus"S't' Jones .told, the FCD Board; that ," ,. ....- ,
<.,. ;ff their vast flood control and water : -

.... .<. ....) .. '" -- --rv------;:;. conservation program is doing :. f
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.somethingHiwhich sportsmen and recreation nature lovers peopleigenerally : VEGETABLES 1'1'his

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... for years -. making available one SPRAY VHGAPEX AS YOU PLANT

I n of the greatest wilderness areas of
I the United States located withinan new "chemical weeder" kills off tough

I fTIOI 11ll' IfIlTIF Z hour's drive of one of the fastest grassy weeds as they sprout practically
growing metropolitan centers of
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the world. ends all hand weeding in vegetables. .
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I The report adds that this rep- Use Vegadex to control weeds in Cabbage, Corn I
resents a "challenge" for "govern- !
OWNED AND OPERATED BY MORE THAN l ment agencies to provide facilities Snap Beans and Celery. I

I! 120 FLORIDA CATTLSMEN i that win meet the needs and desires
Vegader HQs off tough weeds like ,
of the
"WORK FOR THE BEST MARKET INTERESTS OF public. \ Ii
WE I per, TH, WfifiQ ffe/** /eel, 1 ibit, -
o Thus the FCD can provide the M i BMMn vv
CONSIGNORS AT ALL TIMES j -
I sites for development of boat i I I (I" dai 0<<..._mffisy ffioiB iR i,
WE ADVERTISE FOR'COMPETITIVE.BUYER PARTICIPATION ramps picnic areas access roads I I

AND.MAINTAIN OPEN COMPETITIVE: sanitary and public health facilities Came in nitgetyoass'.Vega&et !

,MARKET WHERE ALI BUYERS' BUY WITH ,,policing, and fishing facilities I' =.r few it ready when you ptentl, '" ;

CONFIDENCE including boat trails. ----_..-...._--.,.--aaw p,=&i
Vast areas of the grassy marchers ;

however would remain as sanctuaries
Livestock Market Ass'nON
Glades for the many rare birds that

inhabit the area breeding,groundsfor KILGORE SEED COMPANYPAHOKEE
PAHOKEE-BELLE GLADE ROAD water fowl and wildlife, etc.

PHONE WY 6-S028 GEORGE YOUNG, MANAGER i The Florida Game and ,Fresh
Water Fish Commission' and the!

SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m. U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service S BELLE,GLADE 5
PHONE 8001 PHONE WY 62093I 5
presently manage the wildlife of I

the FCD's Conservation Areas.
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Y County Ind., takes place in the Prairie Township rural civil defense program to teach units in the network, which exists primarily to warn the county's .... I
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4 Office of Civil and Defense Mobil. tion program is now underwayin a two-week supply of food fallout the less radiation will is now available to rural <}
F. .A. ization. points out that "the safe 3,000 counties. It stresses the and water, a battery radio first come; through to injure or kill Americans through public meetings -
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>: :' PAHQKEE AND CANAL POINT They're Glad They I:Motor Freight Rate HOME. Kenneth FROM: CANADAMrs. Hitchcock returned -

Were Dead Advanced Two Pet. .
_\ HURRICANE DISASTER Wrong the first of the week from a visit
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r COMMITTEE TALLAHASSEE There are TALLAHASSEE-Motor freight
f : I home she also visited her son.
times when it makes the Florida Flor-
rates on shipments between
,:: :Areas Covered by this committee: Pahokee Canal Point and Stream- Lance Cpl. J. L. (Rusty) Hall, at
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line: Headquarters: Pahokee City Hall, Phone 508 Highway Patrol happy to be ida points have advanced; two per the U. S. Marine Corps base at

'. .,. "" wrong Parris Island, S. C. She wa3s ac-
: Office Homey One of those times was after I cent.The "
State Railroad Commissionhas companied on the, trip by her
CHAIRMAN, Leonard Dobrow _3571 3641 this year's July (th, long holiday daughter. Mrs. Charles Dicksoin
,st VICE-CHAIRMAN, Lewis Friend 7102 7236 week-end. authorized trucking lines to I and children.
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SURVEY, Paul Rardin v: 2661 3151 The patrol took out its statistical -I raise their rates that amount pend- .

-\ WARNING: & ,EVACUATION, Thadd Whidden 3682 696 pencil a few days before the ing final disposition by the com Penny Sasser has returned home
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RESCUE, Frank Rozelle WY 6-2088 2401 holiday and, basing calculations on mission of a petition .for a 15 per from Deland where she attended

MEDICAL & E. C. Johnson, M. D. 623 '7261 I fatalities in previous years predicted cent. permanent increase.: summer school at Stetson Univer-

b NURSING, Mrs. May Magrill, R N. 4381 I that 16 would die. When petitioning for the 15 per sity. '

FOOD, D. L. Hooks L_ 7280 '. 7280 Actually only six persons died in cent increase, the trucklines asked j

CLOTHING, Joe Kahn 4271 4181 I traffic during that long period interim authority to raise rates Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fraser have .

SHELTER, James W. Vann 566 3473 which began at 6 p. m. last Friday two per cent to defray cost rises gone to Houston, Texas, where Mr.
I due to boosts and increasedtire Fraser entered a hospital for a
and lasted through Monday midnight wage
FAMILY SERVICED, Mrs. Helen Hillier .R 618 7358 .
price medical check-up and treatment.THEATRES .
COMMUNICATION, Billy McKinstry 7500 500
TRANSPORTATION James H. Wilkinson Jr. 7209 f7209 'It was a pleasure to be WRONGon
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: PUBLIC INFORMATION, Luther York 571>>
,; N. Kirkman: when tabulations were
SHELTERS WHITE: Pahokee City Hall Pahokee: School. Buildings; in." We think that motorists played -I
and Canal Point School. .
a major lifesaving role by being I I. I

SHELTERS COLORED: Pahokee, East Lake School, Canal Point careful and then too, we had LAKE DRIVE-IN
PRINCE
To Be Announced. all available men on the highways 1 ..y ,.

supplemented by Legion auxiliary-
Pahokee .. ... Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
men. - -
Wood Pole I, .' r- .
Meeting Although the National Safety .- .: 2 BIG FEATURES -

Council said the past July 4th I I SUNDAY -MONDAY TUESDAY

Scheduled Aug. 23 holiday, was one' of the deadliest, I I SUNDAYMONDAYTUESDAYDAVID' AUGUST 21-22-23

insofar as accidental deaths were AUGUST 21.22-23

Mrs Susan Wilson and son, concerned, Florida was much lower -1 I I "TIlE FBI STORY"JAMES
GAINESVILLE-Current information -
Vann, spending a vacation with than expected in traffic fatalities A Dog of'Flanders
the and main- STEWART AND
on inspection I
lower than i
friends and relatives in Mississippiand any predictionsince '
Louisiana. tenance of Southern Pine poles used 1957, when, eight lost their 1 I LADD, DONALD.VERA MILES

by utility companies will be pre- lives by means of an automobile. ALSO'UNTAMED -
Mr.'and Mrs. D. W. Cunningham, CRISP, AND THEODORE
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accompanied by their daughter CLASSIFIED ADS BIKEL YOUTH'
Miss Judy Cunningham, and Mrs. Pole Conference August 23-25 at
PAY BIG DIVIDENDS
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Cunningham's mother, Mrs. W. R. the University of Florida. i tllllll 1 1 I 1 1,1 : I : 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I : 1 1 1 I : 1 I 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 it I 1 I I

Enecks left this week for a visit The conference will,be conductedby It.

with relatives in Statesboro, Ga. General I .
the Extnesion, Dilvision
Before returning home they will go \
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to Ridgecrest, N. C., where they'will -I
at the University of Florida.
be joined by their son, Harry,
Dr. Robert L. ,Fairing,, head of
who has been attending a summer
the Extension Division's
Depart-
camp there.McKinley.
ment of Citizenship and*Community .. i
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Ridenour is visiting his Development, is the coordinator fk':1 y ,?;K dam: :ayK.' '
aunt Mrs. Cleo Nelson, and family for:.the conference and J. B. Huffman 3. ,

,at Lake City, Term. associate professor of forestry .

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in charge of the technical program 3i
small daughters of Mr. and Mrs I ,?t'atu', !.:,: +r, y.va I
for the conference. h
George Mills, have returned to Factors to be stressed during tha W w xfit: %;, *' i. ::0f'FS ."id 'yqI
their home in Pahokee after a two I > x4?, % '
conference include the practical'meth .J
weeks' visit with their grandparents 4 F'n' ,,g',
pf,detecting ,deterioration i
}.jr. and Mrs. Williams -
JRoscoe I
in wood poles, the selecting of the
at Homestead.
best remedial treatment to prolong

:Miss Connie Singletary has returned pole life, and the making of sound I f, w::

from Thomasville, Ga., economic choices between groundline -

where she was the guest of Tier,,. treatmentor pole replacement. 't5Sdv. +M.. .. ':p JT .:)
cousin Miss Diann:Hurst. "Proper decisions based on these r'

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extend pole life and save operating : =s' 4 a x '}Yp,b? r''yyy rr "..
Coffee 'ComplimentsAnnette
utilties many thousand of dollars." I

McIntosh Among those, expected-attend .., {: .
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Mrs. E. L. ,P.ope, Sn, and Mrs. gineers, fiscal agents," purchasing !p
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E.. L. Pope, Jr., entertained at the agents and technical personnel in ,

former's home, 2497 Bacom Point I operating utilities, railroads, wood !::1:.{. "'' iy ti t4 9 '" y L' wr. < F !! Rr 3r par
treating and chemical companies,
Road, on .Saturday from 10 a., m.I and other large consumers 'of 'q" J'a f ''S Sick

to 12 noon with a coffee in compliment -I I treated'wood products.

to. Miss Ruth Annette1 McIntosh -:! Keynote ,speaker for ,the three-

bride-elect of Sidney Alton: day meeting will be.'John W. Davis, ;,' -+?,'.,dLSfn,+ q'tir. ,A.T .
Stubbs, Jr. I assistant vice president of South fax9 rtw J'r A r+ y.

:Mr. and Mrs. L. Minter Collins ern Belle Telephone tp'ld' TelegraphCo. \

..will, entertain this Friday evening ., Atlanta, Georgia.. Davis' an- .

with a buffet supper honoring Miss bounced .topic is, ''The'"Importance 1 .. I :.E ,4 :- ,
McIntosh and Mr. Stubbs, with' of Wood Pole' Conferences."

members of the bridal party, the Other, speakers, nationally rec- a" .'a w r.?'? w' A'wo. ,. E'._ _
reception hostesses and intimate: ognized. 'm>. their respective fields, L

friends of the couple to attend as' have been selected from private

guests. I utilities, railroad companies, U. S. d
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F P.: Stanley will entertain ,at the f I Electrification Administration, chemical ># .' wr0pwy how:., y"'y"fy. ;.$ "< st
Rardin home in Canal Point to-'{. companies, and the University :

morrow at noon with a luncheon of -Florida.! .. tt. r tii'' ;
honoring Miss McIntosh, her ma- \.'" All sessions will meet in-the-air- .

tron.of honor, bridesmaids and out- conditioned auditorium of Dan Mc- ,
of-town guests who have arrived Carty HalL ..

early for the Aug. 21st wedding.The .a. :..,"l. "' : -",. ,;,..;. ,
hostesses will use satin ribbons Market Research '".

and<<; hibiscus blossoms in carryingout Talk about a Bargain. ;

the Wedding'bell and double Firm Established, \ _. .
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ring motifs in the decorations.

Following the rehearsal for the MIAMI-on the 10th anniver- ,', ,
Most people do! And nothing'shandier r "
Stubbs-McIntosh wedding at the sary of its establishment, First Re- -

First Methodist Church Saturday search C rp., :Miami-based econo- for friends -
rounding up w ;
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evening, Mrs. George M. 'McLarty mic and market research firm, an- r :: '('

of Lake Worth and her daughter. nounced plans for construction of I 1.- .:; ; than the bargain you talk / ,..<

Mrs. David Bleech of Orlando, will a new office building.This .. .'.,,' ,
entertain the members of the wed- will be the largest building :i'J.r ...*> '*- :! s' _3 1>*' '4,;with=; your telephone. Use it.. : -.,;' '
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). The since its foundingin
1950 company, has become the largest II: .: ; \" ;:. ";: 0; ,< 'r "'"p eaSure to yourself and others. 'j,

Contract construction employment business consulting and market research ',' ." '
in :Florida is 10.9 per cent be- ,firm in the Southeast. Its -: "
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year-ago. level The State clients corporations .
Industrial Commission reports that throughout the country as well as ,.. '

the number of persons employed In financial, governmental, real estate :. "" ._ouiharn= ) ..11, iftti:3-:; :"' : '\.

contract construction this past development insurance, transportation 1- -.:'sS ; ,," ::r:'.>, '--.

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