The Everglades news
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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 26, 1960
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
oclc - 32615395
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 Related Items
Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Wants TrSellBeer Insurance Study J AnpflieiPIant For 1960 Sugar Quotas Pahokee Schools

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At The' Tiny Diner The county. -commission this I I 1 P. LAifjort Spot The Department of Agriculture, Ready For Opening I?

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week decided to seek a consultant i today announced that allotment of

Ralph Tillman r owner and opera- to determine if the board is over i Palm Beach County.Monday add- the 1960 quotas for the Domestic The hiring of Fred Smith of Ken- I

tor of the Tiny Diner, 2815 East insured i ded ,another light industry to its Beet Sugar Area and the Mainland i tucky and Ora Smith of Indiana,as
under fire
or on protectionfor
Main St. has taken action ob-
growing family of commercial I Cane Sugar Area will not be necessary new members of the Pahokee Jun-
county buildings.
tain writ of mandamus from the I .
plants which are'moving into Palm
ior High faculty makes the teaching -
circuit court the The decision came as a result a
compelling Cityof Beach International Airport. staff of both the senior and
The of 2,514,945
from present quotas
County Attorney
Pahokee to issue beer licenseto
a The newest member of the
/ familyis junior high schools complete for
short value for the Domestic
Harry Johnston that an overall tons raw -
his restuarant to
according a and_
Mal Tool Co.
Engineering the new school except for an
study be made of the county's insurance Beet Sugar Area and 773- year
report by City Attorney Ralph of Manchester. Conn., a firm which I industrial arts instructor, accord-
;Johnson at the ofv the present coverage and'itsneeds. : 873 tons for the mainland cane
meeting City manufacturers 13fcraff:parts and !Jsa ing to Principal Brooks Henderson.The .
%! Council Johnson ., sugar area are adequate to meat '
Monday night. ,
s >vendor to Pratt Whitney. jl' two new teachers replace Herman -
told the Council that he has filed a He also suggested the survey be George.LongtM, president of thefirm 'I the expected marketing. needs c.fall Close and Carney Wilder wbo
motion to have the action quashedand conducted by an expert who Is processors.
said the plant will employ' were transferred to East Coaat
if this is not successful city not connected with any writing about 50 skilled machinists arid t Under these circumstances allotments -
schools. It is expected, a new industrial -
officials, including the'chief; of po- agency. tool workers at thq; start of 'Jrerations I arc not necessary to 'assure arts teacher will be ap-

lice, councilmen and city clerk, will The board meantime voted to pay and will likely grow to a I processors equitable market- pointed to fill the vacancy left by

be summoned before Judge J. R. an additional $3,000 premium,to its payroll of at least '100'employees.. i ing opportunities and to assure the resignation of Walter,T* Lowe

Knott of the circuit court Thursday present carrier for additional buildings He also predicted that with such I orderly marketing of sugar within by the time school opens, Mr., Hen

to tell why Tilman's application 'or added to its. .airport. policy.FloodControl plants as Pratt Whitney, RCA and the quotas established for these derson said. "-

;. a license to sell beer in the Tiny i Minneapolis Honeywell moving in-I I areas, USDA said. The outstanding improvement

Diner was"turned down. to the Palm Beach County ... -
Has area -; I the school's physical equipment
In the past the City Council on will. become the home of
t probably Bldg. : during the summer was the completion -
several occasion, three times In !New Health
I many more industrial firms such of a new industrial arcs
i the past few months,i has refused 'HurrkaneFighterT as his.
building by Wiley Thus
I to approve applications,for a beer The commission author-
county I I To Be Dedicated contractor. This building is lo*
license for this restaurant the
j, ized that an airport lease for the cated on the west side of the
principal reason given for the refusal A huge new hurricane fighter
firm be
new signed as soon as pos campus next to the agricultural
was that the Tiny Diner was which will also aid in a water con- sible in order that the new operation A, dedication committee was building. Another improvement has

I a popular place,for teenage youth servation program has, been add- can get its production under named this week to start making been the remodeling of the interiorof ..,
\ and as such was not the proper ed to the growing Central and ..
the main to
way. plans for .the official of building include ; a ,
'., place to alcholic : opening
serve beverages
Southern Florida Flood Control
.- In, another airport action, Monday conference room for the, Student
: Attorney Johnson was instruct- District system'of canals, levees, .the commission adopted....a....l'e-.1: l Palm Beach County's new health Guidance Department which was 11-
._,.. ..:edtact.. ,the Intexua1ylm-, water storageareas, coatro building rio5'hearing,coriipletibn! 4n i *
It. 3Tls& ,:. for gtabli! ed J1i ins: thcjpasT ,.:year .
and = / ** -X. *- iJ '- -* *-vli" ;11 .j '"' ; c ," --t:
... provemenf B requMtlzig'"that" Mreetures.- .*<* -- afaport fa tfeiwhlchY! : re 'designed F Wet. :I Jii Beach. ,* -1 jmder thevdirectipn of'Vance Den*
the board take z immediate action in Ttils'1s.. Pump Station :Not 7, lo. to speed ,'negotlatlons pertaining County Commission *'v r ton .
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dedicating to the City of Pahokeefor 'sated in the Everglades some 29 to:lease an'rental agree Paul Rardin will head;;{the group.: Faculty members' began their

public use approximately 53 miles y.reat.of. Boca Raton,. and ments. The board previously followed I Serving, with him will be" County active duties for the new school

i acres{ of state-owned land adjoining- straddles the :North New River a rental structure based "n Commissioner Lake. Lytal, Dr 'c. year Wednesday, of this week with

, the city dump which has been Canal on the Palm Beach-Broward appriiLsed/'v ue of airport facili L. Brumback, county health department -.attendance at a series of pre-school, '

promised by the board and'w! icb County line, adjacent to State ties. The new rate;structure calla director and' Dr. W. E. planning conferences some to be

t the city needs for immediate use. Road 25. Therefore, it is on' the for rentals on a square'foot basis. VanLandingham, county physician, held at the local school and others '

f Mrs. Paul' Sasser,Mrs.I. M. Lair dividing line between:the two vast .. I soon to_ retire,.who was named an out of town. The registration of
i and Mrs. Richard Tillls, representing marshes known as'Water Conservation I I i honorary member of the commit- both regular and new students will

the Pahokee Youth Center, ap t Areas Nos.' .and 3. Retread Jobs Bids : take place Thursday Sept. 1, from,

i i peared befot'G-:'the.Council with.a \[ The facility ,was' transferred to tee.Chairman Rardin said Dr.Wilson 8:30 a. m. to 12 noon, and the first.

t request that $2,400: j be included In the PCD by the.U..S. Corps of Engineers On 2 Glades RoadsBids I Sowder, director of the State day of school with fulltime class
: (conUnued..: ri page,'E) [ the designing and construction Health Department, will attend. room sessions will be Tuesday,
agency for,the FCDPro-, I i Tentative date for the' dedicationwas Sept. 6.

i Woman Auxiliary ject. will be received in Tallahassee -J' set for mid November.In aMLions
It is capable of removing 34 Inch
next Tuesday on retreadingwith" other,actions the commission: Talk About
of runoff per day from a 125 square 4 Voted $150 for expenses of the
For Sheriff Dept. mile are a'tributary to the North ; plant mix asphalt two piecesof Florida Press Association convention
r New River Canal and roads in the Glades area, accord-
, dischargethe to be held at Riviera Beach. School Bus Ruling
f. surplus 'wate- from the canal ing to County Commission Chair- Adopted a resolution of memor- .;

" Wives of Palm Beach County t into Conservation Area No. 2. man Paul Bard who'plans? to at-I, ium in the death August 21 of Mrs.
sheriffs and other ladies '
deputy ; The FCD pump stations are 'tend the contrattletting. Frances Leech Boyd, wife o'f former The ruling of the County School
t connected with law enforcing agendes the of their/Jdnd in 'I
among largest in this year's budget,' Chairman county engineer J. M. (Jake) Board that a child living less than
1 of the County met at the home
: the world. Pump Station No. 7 has
Rardin had'retreadln 'of five miles :Boyd.Received. two miles from school will not be
i ,.. ... of Mrs. Ted Temocheck in. West e three 5-cycle Q. P. Diesel type .
resolution from the '
Palm Beach to complete the organization engines each :capable of develop of Conners Highway.east from Ca-II: permitted to,use school buses as a
; nal Point set He also had re i City of Boynton Beach calling for :
}- of 'Woman's. run Up.
'f' a Auxiliary -
:_ log 895 ;horsepower. Therefore at means of transportation to and
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Belie i completion Highway
fl of SR15-the old
t-, :: Sheriffs such tfcnes as;all>> three"big,pump&, Glad-Pahokee road- placed in the I i improvements in that city and for from school was pondered by Pa

' t The purpose of the 'organization ,"facility are simultaneously will be operating in action at a,totalof. the Same -budget. Ita,'is..on?'!these two I widening State Road 804 in that hokee Lions In a roundtable discussion -

" 4 is_ to promote a closer relationship i 2.685 h. p. and the,engineS;work projects that, the..,:state Road Department -I community Commissioner Ben of current topics conductedby
bids U. S. No, 1
SUndy said on are
will bids next
better receive last
and at
." a understanding at 720 r. p. m. I Mayor Duncan Padgett _
{ I scheduled to be received in November -
between the various communitiesof These three engines'are each able Tuesday. < week's luncheon meeting of the .
and the 804 is already -
t '.' the County and the Sheriff's De to pump 830 cubic feet' of water f -'.': that project club. Most of the Lions were of the"I

l. :: partment. per second. Public Hearing l budget.In the road department opinion this ruling may be' all

f Officers elected were Mrs. Ted 'The new pump station cost $2.- right for children living in urban
On ,Price 0 The board voted to ask the State
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'f', Wells, West Palm Beach president 169.000'and its' constrocUas districts served by public buses but
S Mrs.' Leo Wroten Pahokee, a. i:Turnpike Authority to officiallyname children
; (continued on page 8) could 'work a hardship on
:.. vice president; :Mrs.. Jimmy :Me United States Department of a new interchange in the who win have to walk up to two

-' Cants, West Palni Beach, second Squash Grows To Agricultural today' announced' thata south end of the county as the miles to school on highways carry-

.. vice president; Mrs. Joe Bokenfus: public hearing pji prices for the Boca Raton" interchange...SWEATHER. ing heavy vehicular traffic in rural -
,. 1 so, West Palm ,Beach, secretary, Unusual .Size 1960' crop of Florida sugar cane 1" districts such as the Glades area.

and Mrs. Maude Stein, West Palm will be held September '1, 1960 in In other topples discussed Brooks

I Beach, treasurer. ': -Water-melons grow to good I the Sugarland Park: Auditorium,' i Henderson, principal of Pahokee

Regular meetings are to be.held size., ,Pumpkins also get into the jCIewistoh, Florida, beginning;. at At U. S. Sugar Plant Field High School, told of final preparations -

i. ,I. the second'Monday' of each month rating'every now arid then. .But, 10:00 A. M. Station at Canal Point. for the opening of local

r the next meeting to be held in the squash in unusual size is somethingelse. To qualify for payments under Date ';Temp. Rainfall schools for the new school year, I
rmax.. min. inches
p': '... County 'Comm ions"' Conference:, else.: week'', Howard Holman the Sugar Act of;1948'as amended I 17 93 .08 Manning L Keen spoke on the pro-

i '., Room Sept.12.T _, had the backseat of- his. car covered producers? : -who process-sugar cane August 7$ posed housing project for Paho-
r> ...:. Those from the Glades are whos. with one squash. He was grown by other producers must pay: August 18 90 70 .00 kee's southeast residential section

a. ':. '.attended the, organization meeting showing it. to friends and brag- prices for it. determined as "fair: August 19 87 67 .59 and Mayor Padgett told of his trip
i-y w:f at Mrs. Temocheck's' ;home,.were: ging about his green 'thumb. ''The and reasonable" by the Secretary.To August 20 92' -68 .00 to Tallahassee in the interest of

J =,!k-, Mrs.. Gibb Gross.Mrs; Lee Wroten squash variety unknown-weighed obtain best possible informa- August 21 91 71 .31 local farmers, conferring with

r k- and Mrs. Charlene Schultz all ..of'Pahokee 31 pounds and it,did, really,cover tion USDA requests ..that all .in.. August 22 92 71 .00 state officials In regard to the sale

'". i' ; Mrs.:.Robert'.Griffin. : of the feaek,:seat;;of_ his.car. 'You terested.persoaa-*app.Kirv at the August 23 ''_. '.72 .40 f or lease of the Pelican Bay land

,- BeHe.Glade and Mrs. -.Frank Pre see; the car.he drives is,a foreign hearing to preseat. 'views and pertinent August normal rakrfall 7.74> formerly fanned: by RJchlands, Inc.

I'-:; vatt: 'of'Been' City':! : Import' and of'the. small variety.'.? .' data.". ; ,;. >- -J_ .. August 1960 rainfall to date 3.14 President B. R. Mosley presided.
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Pane Twd The Everglades News Canal Point,'Florida ,FridaV, August 26, 1960S ( '

t ,.:", I *Mr..and Mrs. William Moore I II I Among the patients at the Everglades -
,'..., Miami Memorial Wednes-
,', (Gaye Schoeppel) of an- Hospital
,', nounce the arrival of a son at.Everglades day were Mrs. Annie McMillan.Mrs. ,
:.f :',P __ Memorial hospital on Mon Alice :Moran, Mrs.' Gaye

.t ,day of this week. Moore, Mrs. Doveree Cooper. Mrs.

f,:.'. ,' i Jean Bonnell Mrs. Eva Mae Hen-

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore Gaye i I Ii TO :VISIT IN VIRGINIA 1 1I I dry and Floyd Mullis.
.. Schoeppel) of Miami announce the I Mr., and Mrs. Frank ,M. Wilson IN THE
t birth of a son, Dan William"at I and son. Max, left the first of the FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF

,.. I the Everglades Memorial' Hospital, week for a visit with their son-in- BEACH FLORIDA.COUNTYIN IN AND FOR PALM

"f I Aug. 21. law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. CHANCERY,soc nUB
--. = o Mr. end Mrs; Milton Cooper Don Adams, 'at Alexandria Va., RALPH .MAXWELL, :
= I Plaintiff :
-- } (Doveree Jenkins) of Belle Glade and son arid daughter-in-law, Mr. -vs- :

announce the birth of a daughter. and Mrs. Dennis Wilson, at Troy I BESSIE 1L MAXWELL Defendant ::

Annie Mary, at the Everglades Me- Ohio and other relatives in Iowa NOTICE OF SUIT
The Rardin Buifding In Canal Point Florida
morial Hospital, Aug. 21. and Missouri. Mr. Wilson and Max I TO: BESSIE P. O BOX M. MAXWELL.79 t
THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF Mr.ana" trsfDavicFHendry: (Eva will'be gone'three-weeks. Mrs, Wil-II I Oak Grove. LouisianaYou

Mae Sargent) of Belle. Glade a r-_ *on ,will: remain in Virginia Maxwell are has hereby filed notified a Bill of that Complaint RalphL.
: nounce the ,birth-of ..a..song David extended -visit with.Viler, daughter. against you for divorce and you are required -
:t. : THE EVEMLADES NEWS .' Earl to serve a copy of your answer
., ,, at. the Eyerta es.lemorW' to the complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney
'Serving,the Lake Okeeehotee.Farming Region Without Hospital,,,Aug. 22.V-: '+ T7 WEDU4NGI'ART'YCol. Thadd. Florida Whldden, and file, P.the O. Box original 295.Pahokee. .
Interruption Every Week for More .Than 30 Years Mr. and Mrs. Jerrold Hayes of and Mrs. W. S. Evans en- answer In the office of the Clerk of the
t i Pahokee (Janet Upthegrove) an- tertained Sunday with a luncheonfor Circuit Court of Palm Beach County.
\ Established March U, 1924 Published Every Friday Florida on or before the 5th day of
nounce the arrival of a daughterat the persons who participated September. 1960: if you fall so to do.
Subscription Price'$2.&O Year In Advance Everglades Memorial Hospitalon In the Stubbs'McIntosh Wedding. Judgment by default trill be taken 1
against -you for the relief demandedin
The Everglades News Is Entered at the P Office x August 25. The young lady has Pink and White hibiscus and car- the complaint. -

In Canal;Pout,',Florida, as Second.dass :Matter been named Debra-Doreen. risa were used in the decorations. DATED this J. lit ALEX day ARNETTE of August. 1960.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Elliott of They'were-assisted by their daughter Clerk of Circuit Court,
4 ''Paul Itardin ,- Owner, Editor, Publisher Winter Haven announce the birthof Mrs. Frank Handley of Sebring. (Circuit Court By J.Seal M.) Blackburn I

a son, Ronald Benton, Jr., at Deputy Clerk.
Pub. AUK.5. 12. .19. 26. .1960
: '" the Winter Haven hospitaj,' Aug. Mr. and Mrs.Toe Cherry. were :Whidden:

Here Is What Transpired At Monday's I 18. Mr. and Mrs. B.Elliott are the visitors in Miami over the week- Attorney. O. Box for 395 PlaintiffP. I
paternal grandparents. end. I Pahokee. Florida 1
Meeting Of The ,Palm Beach a

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County CommissionIn I I

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response to their letter of ton, who two weeks ago was told to (
commendation for his handling of get rid of the tree, advised the .
the National Democratic conven- board this week that the lowest <
tion, members of the county com- :price he could get was $900 I \ I
.mission'this week had a warm note I through informal bids. Some of the I ( Phone. 511- Pahokee Phone WY'2550 Belle Glade I

of appreciation from Gov. LeRoy prices asked ran upwards of $ V V
Collins. 300.A -I SALES and SERVICE V IE V I

In his-letter to ,the commission new right of way ruling by

,Gov., Collins noted that he had returned State Road Department has caused'the Heating: Conditioning Appliances = ,
to Florida from the conven- county commission to change \ J
tion with "Well worn'patience and a its plans ,for procurement of lands '
well worn gavel." needed for improvement of U. S.
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County 'Commisioners sort of No. 1 and Military Trail. __

gritted: their ,teeth 'Monday when The state, under the
they found out it was going to cost will not call for bids until ,it has .,-
$900 to remove a.tree from some.of right of way committments at ,I ..

the countyra'property. hand. In the past the state usually .
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The tree in question is a huge I
went ahead ,and called for bids on <<
Banyan tree which has spread out
to gigantic 'proportiOns across apiece -; the assurance that right of way J 1 .

of land the county has acquired would be available. The commission
at'Lake Worth. Monday called for immediate '"or '\ Mth
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'--Cqunty Engineer 'Steve 'Mid'11e-. f ders-+ pf taldng"on, ; both.projects I .

Miss Julia Cowart Family.,Reunion .

Weds J.,.E. Tamney,.Jr. Held,At Byrd Home ]

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.Miss Julia'Louise Cowart, daughter The home of Mr and Mrs. G. W. '.

of Mr.. and Mrs. E. Lewis Cow- Byrd,. 116 Annona Aye., was the 2 r
scene of a dinner and family re-
art of Canal Point, became the
union. Relatives attending from 1., a l I
bride of John-Edward Tamney Jr., ..
out of town included the son and {'" f

son of'Mr..and'Mrs.John E. Tam daughter-in-law ,of 'Mr. and Mrs. .. .

ney, Sr., of North :Lockwood, Chicago Byrd, Mr., and Mrs. G. W. Byrd, '' '
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HU in a .double-ring ceremony = Jr., and children, Claudia and .';, ;

at St. Ann's Church, ,West' George, Wantaugh, N. Y.; their .+...:. I

Palm Beach, Friday, Aug. 19, at sons-in-law and daughters, Senator .4..... I \
7 p. m., with relatives ;and ,close: and Mrs. C. W..:Mapoles: and .'"or. ;. \ t

friends of the.couple attending. children, Cam and Webb of Milton, ... J'.I. ':. "
Fla.'Mr. and :Mrs. K. C.Mock and / I
Given In marriage by her father, ,
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the bride wore-a.isfete; satimgoivn children, Terry and Bonnie of I .J : :l ,

of,,.ballerina length,'fashioned with West Palm Beach, ''andMr.. and ". .' / j
sweetheart neckline and long Mrs. Lynn'Elarbee and son.,Steve, I t

sleeves pointed At. the wrist.. 'Her of;Tampa; ,also Ufeir grandson..' 'llur-al housewives too ,can JOy ) '
elbow-leagth of French illusion Byrd'Mapoles"and family of Milton. : II

was attacked: &tinyhat: .encrusted BBS .
with.seed, ts..She carried an CARD THAftfcS s ''' .' ..1

otd-fashtoned.bouquet of:white car- I .wish to take ,this. opportunityo ..."..,. r j'f'

nations. thank my many friends and "EXTRA HOURS" ..'- .I
4 Miss'ttorothy Buckley Of West neighbors for their thoughtfulness .,il t\

Palm 'Beach, 'bridesmaid wore 'alight and:kindness during my.Uln8JS and ., ;.
blue two-piece suit with flow- Operation in a Chicago' hospital
er,hat and.gloves, to match ,and a Each and every act of.kindness wilt ".,. ,

corsage of..white .carnations:: long 'be remembered and my wife Electricity does all loads of chores on .dishes for 8 people for just about a penny's !

Peter :Meister of. West Palm and I shall ever be grateful, Again the farm. It. revqlutaonizmg the.farm .pay.JBeeoaae.: iri the home; as on'.the I,
Beach served: AS Mr. Tamneysbestman. thanks a million
L. V. McClelland. kite: itd .Count the i 'fame spent in'diahminhTnc farm, electricity" it'the biggest bargain in t i
Mrs. Cowart chose for 'her f'ft tbehse&d or'mote'meals a your budget. / t

daughter's wedding .a .streeWeag- LARD OF THANKS of added '
year.Then realize the hundreds '
See the built-in and portable ElectricDishwashers
th dress of'brown silk with beige For the cards, flowers, prayers It.I. M'can be .
accessories. and many other acts and expressions .. : yours at 'ytior eJeefric _appliancedealer .. .. j'I
After Florida with-an Electric. Dishwasher. "EXTHAHOURS" ;; aid::: ;; : 4\
a..we&Un&triP in of kindness and sympathy extended gibing contractor. \
Mr. ,and bars Tamney will make to us durrig'the Illness and for more interesting things -- ,, ;I
their home at:3S15'.'Pinewood Avo. death of:our loved bne,: Beatrice fix fomSy;.fide:a$+d relaxation. -- ;
West Palm Beach. Crews Stone, we thank you from Ii
The 'bride is A graduate .of Pa-, the depths of our hearts. May God Without pre-rinsing by.hand, all Electric PIPING-,HOT WATER,always on tap ,I

hokee High School 'and attended I bless all of you. Dishwasher was -riases-daesaIld iehe : for all your farm and home needs, .. V : I

Florida,State University.. T Uahas8 Arthur c., Stone. '.ftfl8es,- lver.pots and pans. ... cleaner when you have'.a name-free, fume- .. J

She is, now employed in the Mr. and Mrs. R.J. Crews and brighter.:What's more-yeer friend, free ELECTRIC WATER HEATER. t,
computing: department of the research Mr. and?Mrs. W. ,M.
experimental division of Crews .and family., teddy Kilowatt, will wash and dry
the Pratt and Whitney Aircraft

'i. plant West Palm,Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilson haveas )' i

The bridegroom graduated from guests Mr. and Mrs. George ) 'vv.. .
high school .Chicago:and,is also Schmidt and children of 'Tampa ( tr J'1'711t\

a graduate of, Illinois Institute of I They also had as guests .Mr. ,and !.
I Technology.>He'IB: employed'at the Mrs.Stewart, May,and: fa.m1ly.of.. ; ..,
Pratt and Whitney plant as :a !nr- Danville, N. y., and Mr. and Mrs ; HELPING.BUILD FLORIDA ........ -'.. '.. !.
:chanical engineer. l Don Hyde and children of Deland.: .
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;:-' : Is Major Livestock F A favorite American Family Tourist Attraction J Jk I

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,_ GAINESVILLE Anaplasmosis k
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.1 major livestock disease problems,
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Station, Dr. Pritchard says Florida 0. z
livestock losses to this disease, are 11 t(7_z p

"::1.-. estimated at $1,500,000 a year.
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recover from anaplasmosis are I Ii ; t-F
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' rest of ,their lives. In some areas 7 x ; s ,
of Florida 65 percent of the animals *' R

now are carriers.Anaplasmosis .
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for this spread.' THE ROTUNDA Ford Motor Company's showplace in Dearborn... and various other subjects. Adjoining the Rotunda Is the world'ssmallest
Researchers agree that ranchers Mich., is the largest permanent industrial exhibit building and one auto test track, a one-mile cif suit over which visitors
themselves are responsible for of.the' six most popular tourist attractions in the United States. 'may ride in Ford products. Shown here are portions of three 1960
much of the spread of anaplasmosis Rich year nearly 2,000,000 persons- from .the 50 states, U.S. Rotunda features: an Hawaiian scene honoring the newest state
% because of failure to disinfect in- possessions and nearly 100 foreign countries visit the Rotunda to (left); a miniature auto assembly line (top); and Jthe annual
struments.Dr. see the permanent automotive exhibits and special seasonal shows. Christmas Fantasy (right). There is no admission charge at
Pritchard has several I, & any year, themes of Rotunda shows may include gardens, art the Rotunda or for tours of Ford's vast Rouge plant which
sug vacation and travel, automotive manufacturing and engineering, originate at the 'Rotunda. .
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disease.. "Do not buy animals that I I -
come,from anaplasmosis' areas. Be i i.:Circle Meeting Is I State Inspection Ag Group To Pick 1
sure mechanically neither spreads you nor the anyone disease else i I Held On August: 18 -, I Halts Bad' FoodsTALLAHASSEE New Board For Year .

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I Control populations of The August meeting of the Han- :: Inspection, Nominees for the Agricultural

horseflies, ticks and mosquitoes." nah Scoggins-Annie Jones Circleof services of Department. of Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation
He adds that workers'at'the,University the Canal -Point' Baptist Worn- Mrs., Pearl Agner has returned were responsible: for pre- Board in three Palm Beach County
of Florida and the University -' ens Missionary Union met at the! from two-months' visit with her venting the sale of more than one- areas, were announced this week.
Nominations closed August 22 for
of' Illinois sons and families in Chcago, ,HI.,
report work on an home of Mrs. H. H. .Rodgers at 8.. third of a million pounds. of illegalor the election which ends
anaplasmosis vaccine is progress_ and Indianapolis Ind., and her I -
ing. Field,tests conducted last year: PM on August 18. 1960. I daughter,. Mrs/ Buster Kilpatrick, impure food' to the consumers 8. .
did not give conclusive'results, but I Mrs.. Charles Maxson, Circle and family at Christmas, Fla.. ,of Florida during the past 12 Names for the Belle Glade-Chos-
additional studies are being. conducted chairman presided over the busi-i : II months, according to Commissioner .erf-South Bay district are: J. K.
i: ,' nets ,session and,, announced that Mr. and Mrs. A. R.Harrington n Lee Thompson. : Baker, A. B. DeGraw, Otis Hayes,
... .. -- the following members would serve motored to Leesburg to brbig back The gric 1tural official'"stilted i iI W. S. Ingram, :P. C. Kirchman. J.

Apply] Weed Killers on the nominating: committee to. their daughter,.Miss'Janette Harrington -I that the food seizures madel 1*. Murphy, Fritz Stein, Jr.,'George
select officers for the Wedgworth Billy Rogers, and Hen-
coming year: who:had. spent a week at I -
,Properly To Lawns Mrs. D. P. Hughes. Mrs. H. C. the Methodist Camp there attend in compliance with various rules I ry Earwood.
Clark and Mrs. A. T Holt ing the Senior MYF and regulations of the Department.: Selected for the Pahokee-Canal
S: Assembly* During the fiscal year 19 9.aO,I Point section Louis Davis
GAINESVILLE Severe damage Mrs. J. Atkins was in chargeof I are: Milton
: or complete killing of turf can the program and gave a brief: Mr. and Mrs. Grady Echols'and :260,306 pounds of. food< 7,330 I Douglas, Lewis Friend, C.
from < result over application,of her- which is the circle unit theme and Fort Myers with relatives. Teryl] eggs were destroyed. In the same i Morgan, Ray B. Raulerson W.'
(.blcides for weed control, warns' a for the August topic: "RecognizingHis remained for an extended visit., period, 95,966 pounds of food, 12- H. Webb Jr., Charles D. Wilkinson,
University. of Florida lawn specialist Ownership."Mrs. D. P. Hughes 961 pounds of poultry and 85,410 Bruce Bitting. For the Coastal
gave the Devotional. Mrs. R. J.::Maxson]is able to be dozens of eggs were stop-saled. area, J. Allison Banks, Gerald

: Dr. G, C. Horn associate. turf Mrs..J. S. Atkins then introducedthe : up and around again after. being (Editors: The word "stop-saled"I Lamb Dick I. McMurray, William

technologist witlTtbe Florida:Agricultural guest speaker;,.Mrs.: C. E.; Gus-' confined to her I home with an infected indicates that the item could not he Mazzoni, Donald Bell, Homer

Experiment 'Station,':says t fson. foreign missionary to Laos foot. ; sold as is. Depending upon what'swrong Bourne, H. C. Hunt Ted Winsberg,
many people-assume that,if a little Indo-China.Mrs. Gustaf son showed Mrs. R. T. Smith and,:Mrs: .Paul the product may be brought Jim Melar, and Russ Kiser.
will do a good :job, ,more will do slides of her mission work in Laos Rardin attended a tea at the home back up to standard and sold. The Farmers in each of the communities -
much better. and spoke on the customs of that of Mrs. S. M McAllister in Belle label may be corrected to eliminate will vote for five candidates.

.. "This rule,has no place in chemical country. I Glade Wednesday, honoring Mrs. false statements and,the products Those receiving the most votes will
weed control," says the specialist Mrs. Gustafson, is the daughterof Wendell Carpenter of Pensacola.I sold for a different purpose be elected chairman, vicechairmen -
?: "The recommended rates arecritical" Mr. and Mrs.,,J. D. Latham of than first intended. The Item may regular members, first and
and to exceed them will Canal Point and she and her husband Reubin J. Crews has gone to.Orlando 'be confiscated by the'State and second alternates in that order.
result in more trouble than that Rev. C. E. Gustafaon have I to be with his brother, Dr. given to chartlble or State institu Any farmer may be nominated by
caused 'b) the weeds served as missionaries in Laos for H. K. Crews who is ill. While away tions.. Impure or adulterated food petition each of which must bear
Before treating with a herbicideit 13 years. They are home on furlough his wife is visiting their son and may be destroyed or ,used for an- the signature of 10 farmers in the
is best to coatrpl',the insects and. for a year possibly to return daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. imal feed if suitable.) community. The petitions must be
diseases and: them i fertilize the I : to .'Xaos gr s.;:!Wa r-::thegfass: : agd,alloj their visit in Canal PoUjt' ,they planto Fort Lauderdale,. personnel made periodic inspections Trail, West Palm Beach,t by
two:;weeksfirthe4ertilize'r: to IMSAbsorbed I ,ip-to;Taccoa, Ga., ThelSeptembermeeting } of 9,681 retail;and wholesale August 22, 1960.'r,*":
by'Ue"weds and grate'C: will ,be at the home of A. E.'Early and his 'uncles R. A. food stores, 2,355'Wholesale poultry -. ,Names candidates. will .be
W.Peds'. t,.yelylgrowhigare : ; MrS/CharleS Maxson with Mrs. A. and J. A. Bushong of Canal Point, and egg nfealers and 1,391 placed: Yon ballots and '-mailed"to
more-. easily]killed*'!_lv heYJI- I T :Holt in charge:'of the- program are spending',two:weekS.' :Wiih"'relatlves plants the State concerned with voting farmers: not later llihansAbp: \ -
cidea.fDr. :warns never treata a. -. in Georgia; Alabama and the production, of foodstuffs,..such gust 26. If :you do not receive"a

turf that. is suffering from in- The use of aluminum cans to Jacksonville. bottlers, canners, meat and sea- ballot you may pick up one at the -

Jury due to insects, diseases, moist* package frozen orange concentrate I Mr..,. and Mrs. J. H.. Strayer have ,food'processors, grist mills and ASC office In West Palm Beach ,
ure:stress or lack of,.fertilzer."It and other citrus products will as guests this week Mr. ,and Mrs.I I syrup plants. or Belle Glade. Ballots are to be I Ii
used according to recommendations be put into widespread use next ,I Otis Watkins of -.Rustberg, Va., Some of the major items,among i returned to the ASC office In West
," says ,the specialist "re- session at Minute Maid. Some 500 Mrs., Strayer and Mrs. Watkins,I I those destroyed or stop-saled last I Palm Beach not later than September -
sults from herbicides can be re- million aluminum cans will be us I close friends while attending school year included 141,617 pounds of 8, 1960.

warding with but little effort and ed.. in Brunswick, Ga., had until this meat and meat products, 77,314 .
money involved..".. month not seen each other for 24 pounds of canned tomatoes, 12,816 ATTEND FUNERAL ;
The total number of Ucensed years. cans of fruits and vegetables other Among those from out of town'who I I
ENJOY THE GULF drivers in Florida is expected to than tomatoes, 48,532 bottles of attended funeral services for ..
The Gulf waters at Sarasota approach two and three quarters Fire Chief and Mrs. Marvin beverages, more than 68,000 poundsof Mrs. Beatrice Crews Stone, at the
Beach were enjoyed over the week million this year, says the North Levins and family have returned flour, sugar, grains, mixes and Pahokee First Baptist Church '
end ,by Mr.. and Mrs.: Lester Hand Florida AAA Division. from a three-weeks' vacation spentat meal, and approximately 55,000 Friday were Mr. and Mrs. M. M.
and daughter, Linda Mark and .. Salerno Beach. pounds of fresh vegetables.The Overstreet and Dr. and Mrs. R. J.
Kent Wetherington Gordan Hand % Chairman Thomas Manuel says - Commissioner reported that Denning, all of Kissimmee, Mrs. 1
Mrs.Fred Hand and daughter, Miss the State Turnpike Commission is OFF TO MEXICO one of the major programs of the Harol Knight of Vero Beach and!: I
Billie Hand, and granddaughters, trying to file a petition by Aug. Kenneth McIntosh accompaniedby food inspection and testing activi- Mr. and Mrs. Zack Crews of Or
Alice Iva Susan,and Donna. 15 to validate the 'bonds to build Gille Fernadez of Tampa a ties last year was that of check- lando.to :
the 97-mile extension of the state member of the Florida State Uni- ing vegetables for the presence of
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Hollon accompanied turnpike to Orlando.Osceola versity faculty, left Monday' for a pesticide residues."A be free of contamination. _
\ by their house guests, i m-m I I two-weeks tour of Mexico. mobile laboratory was sent to An expansion of the residue testing i
:Mr. and Mrs. Bill Toler of, Rich. chief of the Seminole the major vegetable producingareas program is planned for next

mond, Va., spent Sunday in Miami Indians .recently signed a treaty The Florida Citrus Commissionsays and made tests at the field fall with a second and larger mobile '
sightseeing. They were also ac- allowing the 2nd Armored Rifle that citrus trees put to sleep level," stated Thompson. "Samples unit being added for the vege-
companed ,by :Mrs. James Miller Battalion of the Florida National by a new chemical may save the representing many hundreds of table analysis and another unit for
who visitecs'erdfLughter.: Mrs. Lou Guard to use "Seminole" ,as its day for growers In the event of undue carloads of vegetables were tested, routine milk analyses and testing

Lombard.;and family there.. ., nickname. cold in the coming winter. and in nearly all cases were found; of pesticide residues In milk. y'


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Mrs. Lula Barfield is spendingthis : Mrs. John S. Harrington has as a Mr. and Mrs. George Ramey had

weekend in West Palm Beach I, guest her sister. Mrs. Columbus as guests their nephew and meta( ,

I li j l PERSONAL$ NEWS NOTES I wjth Mr.her. and brother Mrs. Ernest Charles C. Barfield.Pittmanand I Wright Lt. Millard, of Adel Stanley, Ga. U. S. Air Mr.newlyweds and Mrs.of. Perry Roger; Iowa.Burkhart.'" who

were spending their honeymoonin
.. family spent the weekend Force, who is attending:the University -I I
I Florida. Mrs. Burkhart is the
I '. Henry Allen and daughter Edna, Mr. and :Mrs. James Gibson hadas visiting her brotherJBob Reynolds, of Illinois, is spenning a

";..' ?u-e visiting' his mother, Mrs. Tine guest: the"'past week Mrs.Arnold and family at Fort ,Pierce. I two-week vacation here with h's I.former Nancy Wallace.

: relatives at COmmerce Baird parents,,Mr. and 'Mrs.. M. P. Sfan- ,
t', :, Allen, and other of West Palm Beach. t Mrr.. Kenneth McIntosh accompanied I f Mrs. Wilma Alley and daughter
Ga. ley. Vicki, have returned from a-.two-
by her daughter; Mrs. Cecil I .
Mr. and Mrs.. E. Lewis Cowavt '''- -
.,.;' .. Mr. and Mrs. W., D. (Sonny) had as guests over ,the weekend Mount, of Andalusia, Ala.;has re- Mr!. Leo Wroten, accompanied weeks vacation with her parentsand

-. Hitchcoclr and children are moving their daughters, Mrs. Charles Phil- turned to her home at Enterprise I I by her father, B. Elliott, and sis other relatives ii Kentucky.Mr. .

S from Canal Point to Milledgeville, lips and ;Mrs. John ferryman and; / .=.. after a visit here with- her son i iI l ter-in-law, Mrs. Elmer B.: Elliott, and Mrs. :M. *:. Nicely and

: ';.- Ga.' where he wl,1lbe associated granddaughter Pamela Berryman I I I ii. daug'er-in-law', Mr. and Mrs.j Jr., left Wednesday for a Visu w$hfrtr family returned last week from a

," with the' Miledgeville Flying all of Miami. '' H. M. M'-nosh. and family. I brother and sister-in-U-/ Mr. visit with relatives ad friends in '
: i and Mrs Ronnie Elliott at Winter
'j Pennsylvania and Gainesville."ZTrs. :
lira Lloyd Hundley wad calledto i ,
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Rodgers of -la-;en. .
y Mrs.. J. L McCall has returned Bryant and Mr. and Mrs. Edward {50 3. Og=n tl.t., Denver, Colo.! hcl t W. IT.: Kemp and daughter

,;.. "ome from Savannah, 'Ga., where Rodgers and son James of Runyon last iTek by ths death of ha?I I I co.'3lrs:.AliC3. DewliurstI : pptint : I II r I Jan, have returned from a visit

:. ;-,..' ness of her sister., the weekend. died thaftc t: a short illness. ,11"'p. ..: i t t Cwainsboro: and Brunswick, Ga. '

Mrs.. Olga Pugh has joined ths Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Williamson !.. V. McClelland returned recently i I Robert Doe has returned from J" .trand
: Mrs. John Ii Wilson
staff at the Florida Highway Pa- had as recent guests Mr. and Mrs. from Chicago, Ill, where!t Winter Haven_where':he'was the I : are
c a'ationinsr in the Florida
trol station in Pahokee as 'radiotelephone .- Frank Johns of Okeechobee.Mr. he undepvpnt': heart surgery, and guest of his cousin: Charles Keys
I I I this week. '
,," dispatcher., is now convalescing at his home land, and family. B"J-1'I
and Mrs. J H. and
"" here. Mrs. McClelland went LO I I I I
'Mrs. Thelma: Wood: and son, family accompanied by; Don Mc- accompany him home. Mrs. Frank Rozelle has returned One wing of the B. Elliott resi-

Andy accompanied by her nieces, Kinnon, were recent guests of Mr. from Boone N. C., where she at- dence on Bacom Point Road has

Saralyn Jean and Nellwyn Fay and Mrs. Joe Furlong and family at The Woman's Missionary Socie- tended summer school at. Appalachian been remodeled into an apartment,

'.. Bennett of Homestead have re- Bartow.Mr. ty of the Canal Point Baptist Chur- State Teachers College. which is now being occupied by Mr.

turned from a visit with relativesIn ch will meet at the church 1\tonday.-1: I and Mrs. Ralph Tillman and
Hendersonville, N. C. and Mrs. Jim Beardsley and Aug.< 29. I Kathy: Boynton is spending a daughter. The other part of the

family of-Clewiston visited her I week at Fort Myers Beach, the house is being occupied by Mr. and

Sam Scruggs, Jr., of, Lake Wales mother Mrs. J. R. York, here Sun- Mr, and Mrs. J. Ft. Shearouse of!i guest of Merry Friend and her fam- Mrs. B. Elliott, Jr., and family.

visited his parents Mr. and :Mrs. day., Savannah, Ga., spent the weekend i ily.

Sam Scruggs, Sr., at Runyon over in Pahokee visiting their daughter, i Mrs. G. C. McLarty of LakeWorth
", .Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Harris Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Hull, accompanied -
the weekend. Miss Marion Shearouse,.new assistant i who was the house guest of
and daughters returned' Monday laboratory technician at the' by their grandson Ran- her niece, Mrs Lee Wroten, and

Mr. and Mrs. Grady Chancellorhad evening from a visit' with her parent Everglades Memorial Hospital. j dy Wilkinson, have returned from family last weekend was joined

as a guest over the weekendher Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Clause, at I a week's tour of North Florida.. I here Sunday by Mr. McLarty to attend -

sister-in-law, Mrs. William Lake Kerr her brother-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. George Ramey had I I I I the Stubbs-McIntosh wedding.

Guthrie of Miami.Classified' sister; Mr., and Mrs. John Strick as recent guests their son, DavidW Miss Kay Friend, who recently
and Miss Julie returned' from a six-week tour of The Rev. James E. Boyd will attend '"
land, at Lady Lake, and her broth- Ramey, Diggs I
erInlaw'and sister, Mr.I and Mrs. and' Sally Snowday, all of JackSon- Europe has accepted a position AS a meeting of the Florida
teacher of, the third grade ,in the
Board of State :Missions in Jack-
Harris ,Folds, and family at San- '
Ads ville.Mrs. elementary'school at Fort Lauder- sonville, Thursday and Friday of .:

ford.Mrs. Carmen Salvatore accom- next week. The Rev. Boyd repre-
'/ Hattie Kilpatrick has re- panied by her granddaughter. dale.Dr. sents the, Palm-Lake Associationas
t. HAD A VISITOR? Give 2661 home Elaine the week- and Mrs. L. W. Armstrong
A turned to her at Christmas Salvatore. spent ,a member of the Board "
l' ring and, let us know about it Flay after 'a visit here with her end visiting her son-in-law and expect to have ,as guests Sunday

: and we will be happy to put the niece Mrs Lula Barfield.Mr. daughter, Mr. and' Mrs Albert I I their son and daughter-in-law Mr. i Mr.and Mrs. John.Salvatore and

: oJ Item in our personal news column. Herron, and family in Fort Laud and Mrs. Alvin Armstrong and daughter have returned to their "

V ". Of course there is NO CHARGE. nad Mrs. Luther Stevens etd: le. I family of Hialeah. home in Cleveland Ohio after a

,,..... Thanks.The Everglades News. have returned from a two-weeks' two-weeks' visit here with. his '
Mr. and Mrs.
Harold W. Friend
'vfw visit with relatives and friends in Mrs. Pauline Rice has returned brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and

IS YOUR CLUB OR Church group i Tennessee.. from a visit with relatives and have returned. to Wichita; Kans. Mrs. Carmen Salvatore, and other
f meeting this week? We would be friends in Asheville, N. C. after a visit here with his brother'frelatives.!
were accompaniedback
glad to know about it and win use Mr. and Mrs.-G. V(. Byrd had as in-law and, sister, ,Mr and Mrs. to
Cleveland Carmen Sal-
guests her sister, Mrs. T. J. Swear- Mr. and Mrs,* Robert O. Lamp by
Lloyd Hundley, family.
it item if I
,as a ,news you'll just I
vatore who also to visit relatives
2661. Thanks ington,. Gainesville, and niece, Dr. and children,.,.will return Friday plans -
,. give us a ring at,
The Everglades News There,is no Bertha Bloodsworth, Florence, i from a vacation. spent in Michiganand !!I. Mrs. Mattie' .Chastain returned in Newark, N. J., before returning ,

of Ala.; also'Mrs. Aubrey Maura,and. -Texas. l home last, _week after :spending. hmonth home. t-
charge, course. I
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; -'" toO Tina Miami ,Beach.,, 3- !
daughters with her, cousins, the Rev. Mr% and Mrs. A. E.Early had as
B YOUR SUBSCRIPTION'- past 'I Marvin Cowart, accompanied by and ,Mrs. W. W. Hartsell at Fort a house guest their niece, Mrs.
due? If you're going on 'vacation Mrs. Jack Phillips and children his wife's.toother, Mrs. J. B. Spoon- Waldon. /
a" let us have a check before you will return this week to Fairfax, er.and Mrs. T. S. Spooner, is spending Ark.Marjorie Newkirk,\of; Texark'ana.\.

;: go. Send $2.00 and well renew S. C., after spending several days a week with relatives and Mr. and Mrs. James H., Wilkinson -

:.. your paper for one year. The at their home here They plan, to friends in Bainbridge and Donal- and family have returned from James H Wilson has,.'returned

i" Everglades News, Canal Point, sell their Pahokee home and move sonville, Ga. f Salt Springs where they were the home from Spartanburg, S. ;C., 'ii,1

L ana. to Fairfax where Mr. Phillips is *n guests of Mr. and'Mrs. Joel Brown 'where he spent several weeks working 3
# business.Mr. Roger Jaudon of Wauchula visit-
t t' FOB SALE: New and,used Witty* I ed friends here Tuesday. and, family. in the peach deal in that area.

) Jeeps. Walter -Ashley's Garage and Mrs. John D. Rogers. .
in Belle Glade Phone'SOS8. accompanied by their grandchildren Mrs. George Lance, who recently I .. ''-.1.1I

.' Oct. 17-M-cn, Linda Sue and Mike Justice, moved into her new' home on S
Bacom Point Road was honored
are spending a 10-day vacation
Wednesday afternoon at ,surprise
[with relatives and friends in the
you need cards envelopes, letterheads .Carolinas, Kentucky Tennessee house-warming party given by J

statements, bill heads, hand Alabama and North Florida.: Mrs.Raymond and other friends.
( bills, cr something in the printing
nne just step to the phone and can CoL and Mrs. W. S., Evans had ," Dr. and Mrs. Wilburn C. Young LISEMINOLES.

:: The Everglades News at Canal as guests Lt. Gen. and Mrs. George and children are, spending a vaca-

.,: Point, No 2861. We'are experts in Read Delaware, ; also Mrs. Edith tion with relatives Aberdeen.. IIu COUNTY S i
producing excellent printing aDd Herrington and :Mrs. Richard Hab- Md. They plan to return home X.'r
our prices are in line with, out of be of Lauderdale By the, Sea. Li I Sept. 1. .. County Seat, '

town who tot Gen. Read', retired from I
come recently
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. (Pete) Hollon \ V/jTI Sanford
Glades for printing business., Please the TJ.J S. Army as commander of have as guests,,Mr. and Mrs. Bill S ,
give us a caU. Phone 2661. the Third Army'at Fort Mead. ,
Taber of Richmond, Va. t Sr

RUBBER. HOSE -,,:More", than a r Members of the Canal! Point I Officer is
Joe Parker,who
Petty !
t t million; ,feet in stock price?below Methodist Youth Fellowship enjoyed stationed at the Naval Air'Station, 4'
;Jobbers costs, garden hose pnd ,Industrial a beach party at Jupiter Satur- I ,1L
Jacksonville is visiting his parents -
hose tor every service. day. Hosts were the: Rev. RobertShelley. '
1 Mr.,:and Mrs.. J. P. Parker f t t r
,8uctionjQre,,air, water, irrigation, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Black- : J
here leaving the station for
HOSE MILL Mrs., Elmer Maxson. "c11..n
spray., ,.REMNANTS yell and
BINDS., Couplings of, all kinds. AN t 'lttrS.'iraclt' 1 ,three: months o{sea duty.
Barfield and children
INCH OR A MTT.R. AMAZON Mrs W. B. Elam has returned to
\.-- HOSE' RUBBER CO. 3950 North have returned from, a two-week I her home at Glenwood Ga., after a :! ,;L,,
vacation spent with relatives and I r+ ; '
,) Miami Ave. Phone PLaza 4-4566. visit here with her sister. Mrs. J. s. : :;; !'
friends at Ga.
Donalsonville. and
Miami Florida. :Aug. 19pd K. Royeton who is UL Mrs. Roye-
North Florida. The third smallest county'in Florida got its name r. '-'
ton also had as a visitor her daughter -
I from the Seminole Indians whose fierce attacks 1
The Rev. Charles Mask of Hollywood Mrs. Charles Curtner of Fort against the white settlers caused the establishment ., ."

I AcreageRealtorr who is conducting a re- Pierce. of Fort Mellon in 1837. In Sanford, the County r

vival at the First Baptist Church- Seat, a monument now stands to commemorate this- .
? I in Canal Point, is the house guest Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brooks FJ- federal garrison. Before the "Big Freeze" In '93, :.. .. .,

in Agricultural of Mr. and Mrs C. A. Barfield arbee left Thursday for Tallahassee citrus was its principal source of income., Today ; S ti

f 1 ACREAGE of an kinds. while here. where he will enroll for the fall farming operations bring in a yearly income of over' .;
Many years experience In semester at Florida State Univer- $13,000QG0.0a--with Sanford Uaval: Air Station and '1
i Glades Mucklanda. Call me Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barfieldhad ; slQr.II diversified industry 35 economical aids. North Or- f !

\ when you want' to BUY, as guests over the weekend Lt.( lando is its newest incorporated city. "'
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. (Jack) Pope In progressive Seminole County, and throughout I
SELL TRADE, or,Invest In Com. and Mrs. Owen Smith and :
II have returned from Glenwood Florida xhe United States Brewers Foundation 1 '
Real children of Buffalo, N. Y,
Estate Acreage.Thurmond
Gay where they visited her mother, worlds: ccni.aitly ID: :aa.n:aui the sale of beer and I

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Longford had Mrs., McBride, who is 11L ale under pleasant, orderly conditions. Believing '. -:
as recent guest her daughter. Miss I that strict ,law enforcement serves the best interest ;
Knight The Rev. Robert A. Shelley mo- of the people of Florida, the Foundation stresses .
Naomi of Avon )
I dark. tored to Wren,. Ga, where he met close cooperation with the Armed Forces law en- ,

.. REALTOR Mr. and Mrs.,Wiley Tillis ,have his wife and accompanied her forcement and 'governing officials. _

Box 1422, VM-6485, VI82682Rhiera as a guest this-'eek'their nephew back to their home in Canal Point. '",

Beach, F1orlds.I .. Tommy Tillis. of Ocala They also Mrs. Shelley was returning from 11ust United $tater Brewera .. '

had as guests the ,past week Mrs: Virginia where she attended sum- i z. Foundation '
t Honest, ,Efficient,'.Courteous. Tillia's brother and siSter-in-law. mer school at Wytheville and visit- Si: a J18rida D1.ira.c3 .
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i Service Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Jaudon, and ed her parents. Mr. and Mrs. rjipUbJ a0.IloriMr J

r family of Tampa. Broadwine. at Saltville.

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. \ Miss Ruth Annette McIntosh Becomes :

I Bride Of Sidney Stu bs. Sunday, Aug. 21 :1

Miss Ruth Annette Mclntosh Mr. and Mrs. Dan Blalock, Tommy
daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rushmore, :Miss Linda Kendrick,
Mason McIntosh of Pahokee be- Miss. Susan Summers Miss Beth

came the bride of Sidney Alton Sanders, Miss Connie? Brown, La-
Stubbs Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. mar Matthews. Mrs. Curbis Ricn-

r Sidney Alton Stubbs, Sr., of Brad- ard, Mrs. J. (X: Sanders and Eddie
enton and Houston Texas, in Sanders, all of' Bradenton; Dr.
The Pahokee Church Canal Point First I The Methodist Church double-ring, candlelight ceremonyheld Alice Stubbs, Bryan, Texas; Dr. E.

qf The Nazarene Baptist Church: Canal Point FloridaRobert in the First Methodist Churchat D. Witt and Miss Jean O'Brien '
Pahokee Sunday afternoon at New Orleans. La.; Mrs. Kenneth
'71 Bacom' Point Road Elder R. E.Barfield A. Shelley, Pastor 4:30 o'clock, Mcintosh,Enterprise, Ala.; Mrs.
Charles F. Crauawel Easter SUNDAY: SUNDAY: Officiating were the Rev. Austin Cecil Mount, Andalusia, Ala.; Mr.
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 8flS 10OO a. m.Sunday School 10OO.a. m.--Church School E. Hollady of the Wesley FoUnda- and Mrs. O. M. Corbin Jr., Miss'

SUNDAY re SERVICES: 11:00. a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship tion, Tallahassee, and the Rev. T. Ginny Corbin and William Corbin,
0:45 a. m.-Sunday Wor21 7:00: p. m.-B. T. G. 6:30 p. m.Youth Fellowship C. O'Steen, pastor. In front of '& all of Fort Myers; Mr. and Mrs.

11:00 6:30 a. m.-Juniors.Sunday .. 8:00 p. m.: Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship. bank of arcea palms were arrangements Robert Mathis, Jr., Gainesville;
p. m.- WEDNDESDAY: MONDAY: of white gladioli, chrysan Miss Monty Gillham, Atlanta, Ga.;
> 7:00 p.Evangelistic ra.-Sunoay: ffiesrflce.k r"-C. -7:30. p. m.-MIdweek Prayer 3:15 p. m. Youth Choir practice themums and tube roses. Focal Miss Susan Fehlberg, Mr.. and MrS.E. .

WEDNESDAY Service TUESDAY:' v point of the decorations were across R. Fehlberg, all of Lakeland; ..
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, 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society1st and candlesticks on the com- John Beranek, Tampa; Miss Linda
7:30 p. m. :Midweek Prayer
meeting. 7:30 p. .-Ladies Auxiliary Tuesday2nd munion table, the candlesticks be- Sherman, St. Petresburg; Miss i}
"Where you are a stranger but Meeting. MONDAY: ing a gift to the church in memory Dovie Jean Kennedy and Gail Allen i
once". 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting of the bride's grandmother, Lady I. Pensacola; :Mrs. G. C. Mc- '
Canal Pt. Missionary WEDNESDAY:. Mathis. Two graduated candelabra Larty, Mrs. E. E. Bishop, Mr. and
7:30 p. .-Prayer Meeting each Mrs. Hal Porcher Dr.
First bearing seven lighted tapers Barney
R, Methodist Baptist Church. I -- slanted toward the cross. Blicher and Mrs. William. Brandon, !

.,." Church, ,Pahokee Rev. Charles D. Stewart Pastor Church Of God Lamar Matthews of Bradenton, all of West Palm Beach; Mrs. Clyde"
: -- SUNDAY soloist, sang "Because" and A. Canipe, Riviera Beach; Mr. and;

Rev. Clare S. Hall 9:45 a.:m.-Sunday School .Barf ield Highway "Whither Thou Goest," accomp- Mrs. Hugh G. Miller, HI, Rock-

! SUNDAY: 11:00 a. m.-Morning: Worship panied at the organ by Miss Jill ledge; Mrs. W. P. Jernigan, Clewis-
9:45 a. m.-church School 6:30 m.-Training Union. 9:45A. M. -Sunday School McIlwain of Pahokee, who also ton; Mrs. Frances Harlow, Lake
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 7:30 p.p. m.-Evening Worship 11:00 A. M.-Morning Worship played the traditional wedding 'Worth; Miss Ruth Dorsey, Lake
7:00 P. M.-L. Par-
W. W. B. (
6:45 p. m.-MYF WEDNESDAY:* marches. Park; Mr. and Mrs. .Tom Bern-
7:45 p. m.- -Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. sonage) I Given In marriage by her father hardt, Mr. and Mrs. William New
,..,; TUESDAY: ... 7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship the bride was lovely in a formal and Mrs. Fred Moore, all of Miami.
7:30 M. Meet-
P. rl'Uesday-Praye
7:00 p.'m.-Vesper Choir prac gown of white tissue taffeta encircled After a honeymoon in South
The Church Of God ing
UceWEDNESDAY with wide bands of Alencon Florida Mr. and Mrs. Stubbs will
7:30 P. M. FridaychUdren'sChurch
: Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal lace on net, fashioned with a bas- go to Amarillo, Texas, where they
7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions i I 7:30 P. M. Friday-Y. P. E. que waist, sequin-trimmed, scalloped will be at home after Oct.: 3.,They I
8:30 p.' m.-Senior Choir. prac Point Road neckline and short sleeves. Vol- expect after three months at Amarillo .' I

. 'tice.. John H. Kinard, pastor I I .. uminous ruffles dramatized the to go to Opheim Mont., where ,
E 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School Evening Classes back. An elbowlength veil of silk he will be stationed by the U. S. \
St. Mary's Catholic 11:00 a.m..-Preaching Service illusion was attached to a cap of Air Force. ,
' Church 7:45 p. m.-EvangelistIc Service 1 At Junior CollegeDates lace. She carried 'a. cascade of The bride received a BS degree in
8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. phalaenopsis orchids and stepha- borne economics from Florida State
t Father Did Cronin 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. I for final registration in notis. University. Tallahassee in June
[ SUNDAY'MASSES Everyone welcome. Special music evening classes at Palm Beach Mrs.: William New of Miami, and was a member of Delta Delta

First' two masse 'of the month ,I and singing. Junior College are. close at hand. matron of honor, wore a street- Delta at the university. Mr. Stubbs
i, 11:00... Wednesday and Thursday, August length silk chiffon sheath in winter also graduated this summer from
. Other Sundays at 7:30. Christian Science 31 and September 1 from 7:00 to violet, featuring a satin midriff FSU where he was a member of:
i 9:00 p. m. are the final dates for with satin roses and panels in Theta Chi, and received his com-
St..Peter's Lutheran Group Of Canal Point registering. the back. Her bouquet was of VRorchids. "- mission as second lieutenant in the

r Classes are scheduled to beginon d\., U. 'S. Air Force. Both were active ..:
of the life
The vital "
r': GfiMEcji; ,1 Belle. Glade, : and works of significance the master Christianwill Tuesday; September 6. Dr. 'Bridesmaids were Miss Jeanine fraternity life, religious organ- :..
t. I Graham, Director'ot the Evening Mock, of Pahokee, Miss.Susan Feb.- izations'and student government
Erwin J. Baumgartner, Pastor be the central topic of : the Division, indicates that there,- may !iberg:of Lakeland and Miss Jdonty! while. attending FSU. ..,.. .. .
r LessonSermonentiUed. "ChristJesus" < ... :
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.Wi Lakes. !, Belle. Glade -.0%
be openings- certairr'classes and Gillman'of l Atlanta, Ga. TheJitdress f_ '
which will be read at all
r late registrations may bet accepted wereidenUcal in color and ...
s .
I Xttvfeie Services;!!,A. M. Christian Science churches Sunday. Surprise Party For 1
until September 16 if
Friday, style to. that of the matron of;
. School 9:45 A.1zt: Scriptural selections will include
the following from Luke's gospel space permits Everyone interestedin honor*- They also, carried bouquetsof Mh S. A. Nail .
taking work in the evening divis- vanda orchids. .
(4:40,41) "Now when the sun was
t'. Holy' Nativity; setting,. all they that had any sick ion is urged to enroll on August 31 As flower girl Ginny Corbin of' Mrs Sam Scruggs and Mrs. Earl .
and September 1 to assure himself Fort small cousin of the Maxson hostesses at
I Episcopal Church I with divers diseases brought them were a surprise
'Pahokee unto him; and he laid his hands on that openings will be available in birde, wore a pink, lacetrimmedorgandy housewarming; party given '
. every one of them and healed the courses of" his choice and to 'dress with pink headbandand for Mrs. S. A.-NaU at her new home

.-*M. Wendell Hainlin, VicarSUNDAY ,them. And devils also"came out ot avoid a late registration fee. :carried rose petals In.a. tiny in the Canal Point townsite. Mrs.
If you wish to have a copy of the,
basket. Nail
: many, crying out, and saying, Thou was assisted by her daughter, '
10 a. m.-Sunday School art Christ the Son of God. And he Evening Bulletin, write tothe Director Bobby Blalock of Bradenton Mrs. James Gibson, with the oPening -
, 11 a. Worship Service. rebuking them sufffered them not of the Evening Division. served, as.Mr. Stubbs' best man. .and display of gifts. Refreshments r';
speak: for, they knew that he Palm Beach Junior College, 400 S. ushers were Kenneth McIntosh, of 'were served by the hostesses
l, Ito was XfcrisL"A Congress; Avenue, Lake Worth, Pahokee. brother of the bride: $o 40( guests.;

First Baptist I correslative passage to be read Florida, ortelep'hone JUstice Tommy Stubbs of Bradenton, .,

; Church, Pahokee I from "Science and Health with -5301.. brother of the bridegroom; Tom- PLATTS HAVE. COMPANYThe .
Key to the Scriptures" by :Mary .. my Rushmore and Ralph Russell home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T;
': Rev. James E. Boyd, pastor. Baker Eddy includes the follow :M.en'sBible. Class-" also of. Bradenton; and John Ber Platt In''Pahokee was the scene of

f.;:,' SUNDAY SERVICES ing (332:11-15):' "The Christ is incorporeal anek of Tampa. gaiety over the weekend when:

945a.. m.-Sunday School spiritual,-yea, the divine In Monthly Meeting Mrs Mcintosh chose for her their two daughters, 'their hus'-:

11:00 a. m. Morning., Worship image and.likeness, dispellingthe daughter's wedding a street-length bands and two grand .daughters ,.
6:45 .
p. -Training Union illusions" of the ,senses: the The Men's Bible Class of the sheath dress of royal blue lace over visited. Mr. and Mrs. R. B Chas-
, J:00!$ p. m.-Evening Worship. "Way, the Truth. and the Life, healing Canal Point Baptist Church held taffeta: and her corsage was 4. tain, Jr.,.and daughter, Debbie of-
i : the sick and.casting out evils its monthly business ,and ..social white orchid with purple throat. St. Petersburg and, Lt.; .and.Mrs A..
8:00 <
-Prayer Meeting.
f- _p. destroying sin,.disease, and death." meeting in the Community House Mrs.: Stubbs, mother of the bride- W. 'Schell'and daughter' Connie, of .

-- ...; -'...,. Tuesday :night, 7.o'clock, with the groom, wore. a beige silk sheath Cocoa, were guests.. for the week' .
president:, D.: P. Hughes, presiding: with brown accessories and a corsage end. -

-,,. After the bo1J1tful.supper, the of green cypripediums. }.- j
t' ..'. fp business ,session Was; held: Among The bride's parents were hosts at GUEST SPEAKER .. ;
other items of business, tJJe Nominating their home at the reception follow l Mike Dixon.of the young people's.* .4
Commute made its report; ing the ceremony Assisting were I f[department. of the First Baptist "
which was accepted. The following Mrs. Paul Rardin, Mrs.W S. Evans Church, West Palm Beach, will be ..

f'!L. 10'1'' Jlll It 1IFh. YJ I i Class,were: W.elected W. White as ,Officers Teacher of with the nal and Point Mrs.;Harry Mrs. Y.Elarbee P. Stanley; all of, Mrs.E. Ca-. on guest at speaker the morning, deliverin worship the serviceof serm- .

! .. .. S I James Gibson the associate Teacher. F. Mcllwain, Mrs. Rupert Mock, the Pahokee First Baptist Chur-
Mrs Hr S. Barnes Mrs Leo Max- ch Sunday at 11 a. m. This will be
I Russell Maxson President,
< I well, Mrs. L. MCollins, Mrs. J. T. the last day of the annual obser- :;
. OWNED AND OPERATED BY MORE THAN I Charles Maxson, Vice-President. E- Pickett, Sr. Mrs. E., L Pope, Sr vance of Youth Week at the Paho-

120 FLORIDA CATTLEMEN C. Cowart, Secretary and Treasurer. Mrs. E. L. Pope, Jr., Mrs. L. L. kee Church and on this Sunday all '

t.: '. Shirley ,Miss Kay Friend, Miss I Offices of the church will be filled-

...... WE 'ORK FOR THE BEST MARKET.INTERESTS. OF I Betty Echols, Miss Faith Sasser by members of the Yo\mg People's-,.
rr.. CONSIGNORS AT ALL TIMES LIONS HEAR HOWARDW. and Miss Julia Mathis. aunt of the and Intermediate Departments.

.' WE ADVERTISE'COMPETITIVE BUYER PARTICIPATION D. (Bin) Howard, line coach ride, all of Pahokee; Miss Dot .
s, AND.MAINTAIN OPEN COMPETITIVE: : for the Pahokee High School Blue Ann Stubbs and :Miss Kathy DONALD KEPP IS BETTER.
l1ARKETt"HERE ALL BUYERS BUY WITH Devil football. team, was guest Stubbs, sisters of the bridegroom. FOLLOWING SURGERY
"" CONFIDENCE speaker the luncheon meeting ct Bradenton; Mrs. Hugh G. Miller Donald B. Kepp of Canal Point
r k: 'T the Pahokee Lions Club. Introduced m Rockledge; Mrs. Peter Newton who with Mrs. Kepp has been .t

by Web Pell, head coach of the Miami Springs; and Mrs. G. C. spending several weeks at Nappies1 I
! :J? Glades Livestock Market Ass'nON Blue Devils, he told how football, McLarty,.West Palm Beach.Among on vacation, is out of the Naples. t

'.! if played with the right spirit, can the out-of-town guests! Community Hospital where he underwent -'.
.::,-';_ 'PAIIOKE -BEISE GLADE ROAD be of great value to a youth in were M:: and Mrs. Sidney A.: surgery. Don is almost as i E

: x'-: PHONE WY 6-SeSS ,GEORGE. YOUNG, MANAGERs character building and teaching Stubbs, Sr.., of Bradenton and: good as new and will soon be back '\ {
' team work, discipline, physical Houston Texas; Tommy Stubbs In Canal Point ready for another ..
SALES EVERY 'MONDAY AT 1 p.,m. protection. and the like. President Miss Dot Ann-Stubbs, :Miss: Kathy j busy season in the vegetable. bus!-; a I i

B. R. Mosley presided :at the busi Stubbs; Ralph Russell, Mr. arid I I ness. They plan to return to theiiV .,. :. 'e J JI ,
ness. Mrs:W- L..RusseU. Bobby Blalock,j I[I home here this weekend. L ," ;
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" Page Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday August 26. 1960
ing the farming seasons here from .;
Birthday Party For J
: Sept. 1 to June 1. From now on ti !
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",.'... Mrs. Jack Phillips their year-round residence will beat l'I
'Pl. Fairfax, however, Mr. Phillips A.
<;) Tfhe home of Mr.'and Mrs. J. T I[will continue operate his plane ,iI

: Boynton on East Main Street was Pahokee
service at
I crop dusting lJ
I the scene Wednesday morning," during the Glades fanning seasons. i
from 10 to 12, of a coffee honoring ..
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Mrs. Jack Phillips on her birth-
Bible School Is' I
day anniversary. Hostesses were '.

Mrs. Boynton, Mrs. F. H. Poteete,I I Complete At Camp i

Mrs. Paul Tillery and Mrs. Edgar I
Wilder. They were assisted with Seventy-nine children attendedthe >\(

the decorative arrangements by vacation Bible school conducted II

,Mrs. Frank Friend. A handsomelybound the past week at the Pahokee ,'''.I..4

It guest book containing pho- Farm Labor Center under the sponsorship ".-.;"
+ tographs of pary scenes was presented of the Pahokee First Bap-

to the honoree by the host- tist Church, with the Rev. JamesE. ,:.

'. :' go e ses. Refreshments were served 10 Boyd, pastor, serving as principal i'

;'-: :,;.' I I 50 guests. '

, b. r. : 4W.. .Armstrong,. entertained at her by the Rev. B. J. Kinlaw of
r. I home 756 Bacom Point Road Wed- Belle Glade misson pastor, at the

,'!.: ,:nesday evening with a bridge party farm center, with services each

r..:. honoring'her daughter. There were night during the past week. Con-
, six tables of bridge in play. fessions of faith in Christ were

On made by 19 persons during the re-,
i'"y y:, I Thursday evening Mrs. Phil- '
jS h : lips was again honored at a dessert vival. .
i bridge held at the,home of Mr. and
... I Mrs. Ellis Wilkinson, 1515 East ANDERSON CHASTAIN WILL

," EVERGLADES FISHING AREA An interior levee (L-35Bj In, the Central and' Southern Florida i Main St. Hostesses with Mrs.,Wilkinson RETURN HOME THIs- WEEK

'I Flood Control District's. Water Conservation Area No. 2 is shown here under, construction, just i were her sisters, Mrs. C. XX Anderson Chastain and Mrs.
Chastain will return to their homein
north of Andytown in Broward County. It is part of a major overall program to complete this i Wilkinson and Mrs. Richard Nason. Canal Point this week end froma

year, building of the big water storage area. It is designed to lessen seepage from the Conservation i Mrs. Phillips will return to Fairfax -I Philadelphia hospital where ne

Area when its completed enclosure permits storage of a greater volume of water than is now I S. C., Monday after a stay of j[has been undergoing treatment.

possible. As an added benefit the present prime fishing area at Andytown will be relocated here several days at her home here. In Mr. Chastain suffered a heart attack -

'. where the greater amount of water storage, will improve the fishing. The two contractors pictured ,the past she and her family have I several weeks ago and has

here are standing on ,an area the FCD has dedicated for a ,recreational center and boat ramp. been making their home at Fairfaxin II[been receiving special treatment

Official FCD Photo the summer and at Pahokee dur in Philadelphia.
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Wants. To--Sell Beer-, Sheppard Wedding Funeral BeatriStone ServicesFor H-I-H-H I t-MjhK">'H"H"M"M"K"H'<"H"M'' I I IliM! t I M I ITHEATRES ,

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the new city budget to go toward Plans AnnouncedPlans I 'I
Funeral services for Mrs. Beatrice -
paying thesalary: of a recreational
Crews Stone. 38, 1703 Boston ,
director at the center. The Council PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN
have been completed for Ave., Fort Pierce were held at ,the i i .
in the
agreed to place this sum
tentative budget now being set up the marriage of Miss Helen Amelia First Baptist Church in Pahokee ;Pahokee ,Pahokee-Belle Glade Road I
,Friday at 10 a. m., with the Rev.
for the new fiscal year_ starting Sheppard, daughter of Mr. and ,
James E. Boyd, pastor, officiating. """ "" -
Oct. I. Mrs. O. H. Sheppard of Canal j ,*'
) : t'' -2 BIG FEATURES! -
Aii ordinance was passed setting Point, to Edwin P* DeLeon at the j Mrs. Stone died'at the Fort / '.
Pierce hospital the night of Aug; SUNDAY.MONDAY.TUESDAY
:- I the license fee for peddler of merchants Canal Point Methodist church at .. '
16 after a long illness. A former AUGUST 28-29-30 -
who deliver the goods at'the eight o'clock on Friday evening, AUGUST 28-29-30 .
, resident of Pahokee, she had been ;:-
time of the sale at,$100 and the fee September 9, with the pastor, Rev. "TARZAN THE
living in Fort Pierce for the past ,
.those who deliver the merchandise the ..
for Robert Shelley' performing '
"On The Beach"
some time after the ,sale Is ceremony. years. I ; !
Survivors ,include the husband, l\DLLER AND .
made at $200. Miss Hazel Sheppard? a sister of .
Arthur Stoner Fort Pierce; parents GREGORY PECK, AVA GARNER CES ARE DANOVA
.A request by Frank Reeves, of! the bride will:be the maid of honor. Mr. and Mrs.,R..Crews, Pa- ,
Okeechobee that the city rent to FRED ASTAIKE AND -ALSO i
, Candido ,DeLeon, father of the hokeei: and one .brothers W, M.
him a franchise for garbage collection groom, will be the, best man. Crews. Fort Lauderdale? ANTHONY uaNs "ISTANBUL" i J

service was taken under Bridesmaids will be: Miss Betty Burial was at.ihec:Port Mayaca

advisement. for study' and consideration. Echols,of Pelican Lake, Miss Susan Cemetery. W11iamsWetherington iM..H'MM"' ,>I-l'M'H 1:1: I 1'1 I I I II I I : fI I U II II,II 1 1f

Johnson of Pahokee, Miss Joyce. Funeral :Home* Pahokee, was I
, It was voted to have a resolution Spencer Pahokee. I
of in charge I of arrangements.
drawn requiring E. R. Cross {
: up
Ushers will be: Wayne Sears of '
owner of a lot on Larrimore -
man .
Canal Point Willie Veal of Canal
Road, and G. C. }McLarty, owner of Belle : 4 .t'. NEW. i ... "
Point and Lynn Corbin of Last Rites Held '"
two lots on Bacom Point Road, tokeeprtheir.Jots I i .. ; J : '
Glade. Miss Teryl Echols of Canal \ '
--- clean of-recurringrankgrowths' For T\: V FinleyFuneral -
f Point.wfll':be Jthe: 'flower:girl/Miss j: .
of weeds ::grass, 5- T
Kathleen Spencer,Pahokee.will 1- 5. S WAY TO ?\ ,
otherwise thec, ity will ,keep these I services for Thomas VIr-
be the pianist and Mrs. Ann Rita
lots clear and assess costs of this gil Finley, 68, of Pahokee were held
Turbeville of Pahokee will be the:
work to the property. at the First Baptist Church in
soloist. I I Canal Point Tuesday at 10 a. m., STOP r
No formal invitations ::
Flood Control Has- are being with Elder Reuben Barfield, pastor -
I sent, All friends are invited. A re- ,
officiating. ,
ception wilt be, held immediately Mr. Finley died at the Belle 7 .
(continued from page 1) following the ceremony at the homeof HAND
Glade Memorial Hospital Sunday
started in October, 1956. It was .
the bride.Local :
after an extended illness.
actually sufficiently completed at morning aav ry
the opening of this year's hurricane He had been a resident of the Pa- '

. season, June 15, to have gone into Lions Join v hokee-Canal Point area for the WEEDIER :,

action should there, have been a Palm Beach Co. GroupThe 'past 20' years" ,' coming here from. ,
hurricane. Pavo, Ga.' .. *
'Since Pump Station No. 7 forma He is survived by his wife, Pearl; S. .

the northwest corner of the 134,-' Canal: Point Lions Club. at one son Wilburn, Pahokee; one IN :

000-acre Water Conservation.Area the weekly dinner meeting in the daughter, Mrs. Naomi' Walker, }

No.' 2, completion' represents ,Community, Building. voted to join South Bay: ; one brother, Albert 'sS

another major:step towards the encirclement [the Palm Beach County''Association Dainelsville, Ga.; three sisters, ,

,and completion of the I of Lions 'Club. Named to rep- Mrs. J. H. Hunt of Charlotte, N. C. VEGETABLES

big water storage area with levees I(!resent the local'club in the association Mrs. J. L. Ervin and Mrs. Naomi .

and water control structures sched- were President P.A, Slonaker I McCannon, both of South Carolina, .

uled,for next year.Conservation I who.will, serve as a director, and and two grandchildren ;; 'SPRAY XTEXSADEX AS YOU PLANT 4-

Area No. 2 is also James Gibson and Bill Gallick. del- Burial. was at the Port Mayaca .

designed ,to receive storage water 1 egates. Cemetery. Williams-Wetherington: This new "chemical weeder" kills off tough .

from the 141,000-acre Conservation J. \v. Repper, zone,.chairman:and Funeral Home, Pahokee'. ,- was in grassy weeds as they sprout practicallyends
Area .N o. 1 which was completed, past president, gave a report on charge. -
all in
hand weeding ;
only last month.School the Lions District 35 B cabinet .
meeting which he attended, together Calling Shower Use Vegadex to control weeds in Cabbage, Corn ':1..:'
with President Slonakerand
Board Will Beans and '
Secretary Alton W. Jones at For Miss SheppardThe Snap Celery. .):

Save.On Insurance I Stuart, Sunday. "." Vegadex kills off tough weeds like r f.

I social hall the Canal ,
of :
purslane pigweed duckweed ,
j henbj,
Palm Beach County School Board Revival "
Meeting Point Methodist Church was the "
oKtafls..and many more. rG RAC
this week bought their insuranceon Church Of God scene Thursday night of a calling

bid after having used another shower honoring Miss Helen Ameil- Come
in now...get your Vegades:
method for many years. Milton ia bride-elect of EdwinL.
The Rev, Leslie' Potter of Memphis ''md have it ready when you plant!
Carpenter, school board Democratic DeLeon. _
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...... nominee who has been,attendingthe weeks revival at the Church of Hostesses. were Mrs.. Earl Ma -

board 'meetings since he was God of Prophecy 2500 E.Main St, son, Mrs. J. P..Parker,, Mrs. James

nominated'laat, May, said that he Pahokee. Services are, being held Gibson, airs.. Boyd Vorhees and

estimated, the,county'will save Jn each evening at 7:45 o'clock, 'according Mrs. E. F. Hollon. White hibiscus KILGORE SEED COMPANYPAHOKEE

the neighborhood of $45,000.00 on to the,Rev.John H. Kinard: blossoms fern and palms were

the contract. Mr Carpenter's main pastor. Special' music, is furnishedby used in the decorations Refreshments f

platform plank in his race for office the Harm ette.s. a vocal trio I of cake,, cookies and punch
,.was that he would ask the composed of local girls. Miss,Judy were served by the hostesses.Many 1

board to advertise for public bids Coneerd,:MissHa Concord and:Miss I lovely gifts were received by the' PHONE 2201 PHONE Wy 6- 09s

'on the school board insurance.' Shirley Levins. honoree \

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