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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: September 2, 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
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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September, 1960 PI.IBLISI/ED WEEKLY. IN CANAL POINT By PAUL RAKDIN

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I CIRCULATING, THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


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OIdiinieT: Goodies Local Lions Plan .. Pahokee FacultyCompletaFor Gordon Hillier Is 'Secretary Is Hired '

Party For TeachersCanal Lucky In Car'SmashGordon

At'Labor- Day Booth Point Lions'at their week- TermThe J. -Hillier operator of In Pahokee GradesMrs.

I ly dinner meeting made, plans to the U. S. Mail star route In the Pa-

The Junior: High'Methodist; Youth entertain members of the Canal hiring of Edward R. Popper hokee-Canal Point area was ,shaken Ruth Ann Zimmerman has

Fellowship group of the First Point School faculty In the Com- as industrial arts:instructor makes up but escaped with bruises been added to the personnel at the ./

Methodist Church have completed munity Building at the Glades Park the Pahokee High School faculty and minor abrasions when the mail Pahokee Elementary School as

plansfor a homemade cake and ice Monday evening Sept. 19. J. G. complete witH .everything now in truck he was driving was hit by a fulltime secretary. This is the first

cream sale to be held at the Paho- Weeks was appointed in 'charge of readiness for the start of regular car driven by Albert F. Shueler of time this school has had the services -

kee waterfront ,on Labor Day dinner program arrangements.Guest classroom schedules on Sept. 6, Tampa Thursday of last week. of a secretary, who will relieve
Monday Sept. 5. from 12 noon until speaker at the meetingwas according 'to" Principal Brooks; Hillier had made a mail deliveryat the teachers of routine paper ,.

6 p.' m. The sales booth will be located $ Luke DuFresn, administrator Henderson. Mr,:Popper is superviseing a rural box on Conners High- work and allow them to devote .
on the lake side of the levee of the Everglades Memorial the installation' of equipment in I I way eight miles east of Canal more time to the actual teaching of -

next to the: Boy Scout Beach and Hospital, who told of the many the new industrial arts building(' Point when his vehicle was hit by the children according to Principal }

picnic grounds.In services that must be integratedfor completed' the high school campus Shueler's car which skidded 65 feet Herman Austin.

charge of arrangements are the successful operation of a this summer. i before coming to a stop,. accordingto Mrs. Evelyn Stolpa who will,

the group's newly ,elected officers; modern hospital.. He was introduced Ora Smith mathematics and I. FHP Trooper Jimmy Jones, who teach a section of the sixth grade,

Wayne Hundley' Billy .Boo, Dottie by Delmar 11! Hooks former ,languages instructor and Fred estimated the damage at $500 to is the only neW" teacher to join the '

Lair and Mary Lee Adams, assisted member of the hospital board. Smith,, science and mathematics,I i Schuele car and $100 to Hillier's faculty this school year.

by other MYF members. Advertising 4a are also new members of the faculty -I vehicle. Others on the teaching staff are ,
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'.and ,for the sale will ,- Max-? '
posters this school year. Kathryn Cunningham Edna
be under the direction of Diana Farm Election Is Others included in the school's 2 Brothers KilledInAutoMishap. son and Betty Shelley first grade;t

Graham, Susan Graham and Paula faculty personnel are Kyle Scott Myrtle Johnson and Reba Goldert;,

Duke. Also advertising'' will be Mr.' Set 8thSam assistant principal i; Robert O. second grade; Gladys Woofter. '\

and Mrs. Elmer B.:Elliott, Jr., new For-Sept II Lampi, bandmaster Ann combination second and. third::

y' Junior Higtf MYF counselors. arts director; Robert onehoo.1, I grades; Cleo Douthit and Peggy
Everyone hankering for the'taste Willis third grade Beulah Boe and
f Schooley County Office brarian; W. D, Howard, social I ;
$.- of delicious homemade ice cream I coach Roland I Two young brothers died early Frances Whiteside, fourth grade;: '
ASC studies and athletics ; -
Manager for the Palm Beach ,
and cake the kind that used to be County Committee has. announced Kahle mathematics instructor -:I Wednesday when their car crashed Sarah Thomas combination fourth I
| served at the oldTfashioned ice: I economics into a tree'at about 90 miles an and fifth grades; Imogene Scott !
t. that ballots have ,been mailed to ; Doris Lane, home Instructor I
cream: socials, is urged to patronize 1 Leland Keene, social hour just north of Canal Point. and Mae ,Laflin, fifth grade; Elsie -x
I all known eligible farmers for use ; I
this booth. All proceeds,will go into Floyd F. Knowles 19, of Clew Sims and Tommie Lee Dubose six-
w'. in casting their vote tor ASC commifteemen. studies and driver education; Myrrh -
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. the fund'the group".' raising for a ". Any eligible farmer:. McCormick, English; and Spanish iston, lay in the tangled wreckageof 1 th grad 41iia 1
good will project. .his,1956 Ford for two hours 'be-
b' ...... who ,fails to receive a ballot may instructor, : ; &bert :Maxson, T? v 2*;
h > foretbe accideat .was- j jj
,. ,,- ,. 'obtain__, .one upsetuesttoteASC; .FJaIisii', d ,{Jb! ? a' '$Sing.track.driveri- tkiscoYlly 11' -oJf: 1 1I WointSehoolrAwaits .
impottant1tIks ty--offfce:in..Weet.:Palm.Beachv:. ,' Jetics;:eeach;' BBle -Mprgah, 'vocalmusicTdirectorf I j
i'- He was rushed to Everglades
,
located In thl Mounts Building, 531 : Phaca Morris Lat I ? ;
Memorial Hospital where he;idled
I North Military Trail., in and English ust{actor; C. Web First ,Belt
eight minutes after arrival, at-3:28; !
AtVegetableMeet Ballots 'may be cast .by mail or Pell, boys physical education director -I !
by delivering to the county office. and coach; N. R. Norman a. m. ,
. The teenagers.brother David F., Mrs. Lola has been Ii
'" I The final date for returning the agriculture instructor; Rita Sims, Ryals appointed -
., MIAMI The Importance of 21, also of Clewiston, was already
new manager of the cafeteria -
1 ballots in either case is September girls' physical education, director; i
scientific research on vegetables I dead when Florida HighwaY' aI I at the Canal
Point School
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8, I960 according to ::Mr; 'Schooley. Regionald 'Whlt $ide. science instructor I
,Il:f f and sub-tropical' fruits will be emphasized The committee elected will as- ; Joshua Seaver, diversified -I I trol troopers: arrived on the, scene Bud Miller is the new school custodian -

during the opening session sume office on October 1. 1960 and cooperaitve training director;I shortly. after 2:30 a. m. according to Principal W.
: f the 17th ,Annual Convention off "1961 Floyd was at the wheel troopers W. White. ,
serve until September 30, Robert Woofter business education -J "
Florida & Asf 'reported. speeding south on State Regular classroom sessions will
the Fruit Vegetable :
\ All farmers.are'urged to cast their'banot instructor; Vance
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sociation on .September 27. at MJ- not later than Thursday; guidance. Denton'j'I Rd. 15*when he lost control of the start on Sept. 6 with no change'in -
the faculty Mr. White said. The
ami Beach. '
,eptember 8, ,1960.AS6 committeemen ; ... .. car.The
went'
.: Outstanding research, workers l administer the Federal vehicle off the right teaching staff includes James

I will be recognized and rewarded for Government's Agricultural Conservation 2 Glades Road Will I side_of the road, veered back across Threlkeld eight grade teacher and
r and into a fence post, then went on
education
":- helping make agriculture a more Program Soil Bank, Price physical director; Mrs.
advanced business through scientific Support Sugar,and 'Allotment and and struck a cypress tree. Gladys Harrington seventh grade;

research according ,J. Ab- Marketing Quota Programs. ,I Get Retread JobsBids Troopers measure4 the distancefrom Mrs. Mildred Larrick,. sixth grade;
the point where Knowles lost Mrs. Charlotte
.._ ney Cox Princeton, convention t i Walston fifth ,I
control to the tree at 624 feet.
\.' chairman. grade; Mrs. Billy Huddle fourth I

'> The 1960 .awards each incorporating L S. Guthrie Better; were received In Tallahassee The accident, which jumped Palm grade; Mrs. Ruth. Stewart, third .. ','

: cash benefits to, the winners Tuesday ,for retreading two I I I Beach County's1 death rate for the grade; Mrs Helen Henderson .
f; : ; His Kinfolks. Visit to 64, was investigated CpL second
I year grade;and Mrs. Alma Burr ,i
l will be presented" on behalf of the more Glades highways, according 1 .
.. '- 01enn: Blocker Trooper R. L. Weth- first grade. .
; Association by Democratic Nominee Commission x : ;;
." x.; '.8. Guthrie who suffered a to County Chairman I I erington and special accident In- k
3.3;: for' -Commissioner' ""of ;Agriculture heart 'attack: a, few weeks ago is Paul.Rardin,who had directed that I,vestigator F. E. BUtch of the Paho- ? ;
::4' E..Conner t.rke.., Baptist Revival At :
Doyle .
be done of the
:now;able to be jup and around and the work out secondary .kee station. .
i ',' Conner, who is;the;'y ung st mnn viiit his manyfriends in' the.down- road fund over which the The Knowles were on their way Canal Point Church -

): ever elected to;serve as Speaker*of to W section about verY .day.: He ,county commission"has control. back from a church revival Fort -- t

: the'House of.Representatives, served and his.wife had as guests Sunday' Com. Rardin said that Conners Pierce when the accident occured. Plans are completed for the Au- ''1 1

i. 'It as Cha1m m.otthe,' ,Agriculture several of ,their kinsfolk and Highway five miles ,easto from Ca- Fetch Funeral Home Clewiston, is tumn Revival in the Canal Point
I J.-, 'Committee for two sessions. in addition friends, including. and Mrs. nal Point and the old Belle Glade in charge of rarangements ? ;.

;:' to other Interests, he is .active Norwood Guthrie and''Children and road CSR15). rom,the,power plantIn ... Baptist Church is the announcement ,"J>

" in farming and ranching.Kindergarten her -mother, Mrs. Nannie Trepado, Pahokee to the bridge: in Belle by the Pastor Charles D. .
& Purchase ,
Register
Stewart. The Preacher will be Dr.
MK ,and, Mrs. J. W. Guthrie and Glade for a distance of, 10 miles
Will daughter Margo, and Margo's girlfriend ,will both receive a coating of I License At One Time Sam Hill the Pastor of the Belle 3
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Glade Church.. The"Song
Beth Kirk and Miss CJaiJ "asphaltic plant mix concrete. Baptist

i Open Next{ Tuesday Guthrie all of' Miami; .Mr. and Palm Beach Asphalt Corp., of There are only 30 days left in Leader will be Music Brown Setterlind ;
Guthrie and'Mrs. the :Minister of in the Belle *
Mrs. R. L. Knight West Palm low bidderon '
which to register to In the ;
vote
; Glade Baptist Church. The 'nIne' J
Mrs. ArchBlakeys kindergarten Delray Beach; Mr and Mrs. Mick the two,jobs at a price.of $119- '
coming presidential election. Registration is October 9-16. \
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will open'for the new schohol year eyGuthrie and son Indiantown; 320.00. .
books are open at the
on Tuesday Sept 6, at.830 a.,m., Mr. *and Mrs. Leon Guthrie and -,. Glades Office Building and 5
Ms.Doris Wetherington, all of Pa anyone WEATHER :
with classes scheduled for each hokee. ThievesoBreak Into going there within the next few -

morning,,(Mondays through Fridays -1' ''1 days to buy a driver's license could At, U. S/ Sugar Plant FleW '<
from '8:30 to .:11. Hawk Service Station easily take a minute or two to reg- Station at Canal Point. .

This :well be :the fourteenth con- REV. BOYD RESIGNS- ,,AT ister. Office hours for sale of driver pate Temp. Rainfall -:
secutive yearMJfs.'Blakey.: has.ope, PAHOKEE BAPTIST CHURCH Thieves broke into the filling 's license are from 8:30 a. m. until man min Inches

rated a kindergarten hi Pahokee.;! station operated hVjCanal 'Point by 5 p. m...Operator's license 31-25; aJxj shrdlu cmfwyp cmfwyp cmw

Her assistant'again' thlB'. year will ;;Rev. James A. Boyd.: pastor of Ray Hawk Sr.,.,on Monday night Restricted:operator's license $1.25; August 2490'," |'' 7(, 1J3

t;>e Mrs Terry; ;Skiers. the First Baptistf Church ,in Pa- by gaining entrance through a rear Chauffeur's license 225. August 85)), 68' .31 .
Parents 1 wishing' to enoll"theirfiveyearold hokee, hastendered:his resignationand window. ;Mr. Hawk checked his .. 9,mm August 26 92 .67' .2! !

,ciriWren..are, asked to will become, pastor:''of Forest: stock.thoroughly,and decided nothing : SMALL CLAIMS DEADLINE August 27 92., '.'67.00 .
contact MnCpMekey Immediately mIl :Baptist Church In West'Palm was *missing, so,he decided",the Deadline for filing small claims August 28 93..' 72 ''' 00

,at her home,"|/244 .Anriona Ave Beach Rev.. : Boyd has iserved the thieves must have been looking for suits for,the coming Hearing hasbeen August 29 88 74.M.
Phone 7388. TJlte eBroll ent /of Pal okee h l'cl1'Ier''.t years-iLD money e of which was available ,set .sSept. 9 by Judge F. A. August 72 ; '.: .95 .

children in her'*sebeal to date;totals. his, resignation: beoomog eileetive in the:*station according ,to the Carrie.., The trials,' will be held on I Normal,Aug.jauifall/7J4.; -

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Twt The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday September 2, 1960

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---?. Miss Sheppard Guest I Surprise Party For Christian Service

> Of Honor At Party Miss'Vprlon' Jones Group To Hear, Pastor

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Miss,Joyce Spencer and Miss Susan ]I Miss Dottie Lair, Miss Linda The Rev. T. C. O'Steen, new
1 1 Johnson entertained at Kiss Wilson and Miss Tina Maxwell.en- pastor of the Pahokee First Methodist -
ry Spencer's home Tuesday night with' tertained at the Pahokee Woman's Church will be guest speaker
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UMlIlII a miscellaneous shower in compliment Club with- surprise dance party :at the September meeting of the

to Miss Helen Amelia Sheppard honoring Miss Verlon Jones on ner Woman's Society of Christian Ser-

bride-elect: of Edwin P. De- birthday anniversary. The host- vice to be held at the church Tues-
Leon. 'I esses, who were,assisted by :Mrs. I. day night at 8 o'clock. Mrs. John

; -Ij The hostesses used yellow and Marshall Lair, used the Pahokee Hatton, program chairman of the
-- white hibiscus blossoms and fern High School colors of blue and Mary Martha Circle, will be in

in the decorative'arrangements for white .to decorate the clubhouse for charge of the program arrange-
; the table. Contest prizes were won the party. Refreshments were serv- ments and the devotionals. Mrs.

rc!; The Rardin RuiTdingr In Canal,Point, Florida by Mrs. Chester Mullis Mrs. Billy ed to approximately.. .. '30 guests. Ernest Maxwell the new president,
Turbeville and Mrs. William J, will preside at the business.
K THE LAKE QKEEOHOBEE,. REGION HOME OF Henderson. Many lovely gifts were Elliotts Are'Home .. -

received by the honoree Refreshments Coffee In Honor Of
THE .. From
;, 'EVERGLADES' NEWS were served toapproximately -,, Family Meeting
Miss Helen
25 guests, Sheppard,
r' : Serving:the Lake OkeechobeeJFarming Region WJthoutInterrupUon : -. .' 'Mrs..Jess M, Elliott and Inn, --

Every.Week for More Than 30 YearsEstablished BLUE DEVIL TICKETS Mike, live returned from lakeland Mrs. Paul Rardin and :Mrs. A. R.

. ", March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday SOLD IN CANAL POINT where they attended' a reunionof Harrington entertained at Mrs.

E Subscription, Price.$2.00 Year In Advance the Wheeler family, honoring Rardin's home Saturday from 3:30
> Tickets for the Blue Devil foot Mrs. Elliott's mother, ,Mrs. Emma to 4:30 p. m. with a coffee honor-

'; The Everglades News Is Entered at.the.Post Office ball games will be available this Wheeler. Other children of Mrs. ing Miss Helen Amelia Sheppard,

t', \ In Canal. :Point,Florida- as Second' Class= Matter year at Sears Hardwarde Store in Wheeler present at the reunion bride-elect of Edwin DeLeon. They
I I were her sons, Joe Wheeler, Moul- were assisted by the honoree's
.f Paul Karam Owner.Editor,, Publisher Canal Point according to Harlan, trie, Ga., and L. S. Wheeler, Lakeland aunt Mrs. Grady Echols, who

Sears proprietor,, If you want a i' ; and daughters, Mrs. Clyde poured. Guests included attendants
Presbyterians To :Shower Honors Mss good reserved seat, maybe you'd i Harvey,. Lakeland, and Mrs. P. H. chosen by Miss Sheppard for her

;:; Gather In 'Miami Delilah StrayerThe better call Mr. Sears today and Weirman of California and their I wedding, her shower and party

(. make arrangements. !I families. I I hostesses and a few close friends.

; }'UAMI-The men of 200 Presbyterian Paho Woman's Club was
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i' churches in the State of : the ,scene Thursday night of this,r
I \-, f'\-f\\f'\1Irfi"r\f'\l\ "ATftrnr/v/A; (\mrmrmrimrimf\mr\ihf\itir\tfrfnif\ihrvrirwfrvi! --t'l\-Y!r Atifrftwreff
b.:. Florida will be represented at a week of a miscellanous shower in
three-day conference at Miami compliment to Miss Delilah Ruth I Ii

, Beach the first weekend in Sep i Strayer, bride-elect of Donald Edward -.
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: .tember. McKinnon. Hostesses were
b "The Living Word For Living the Misses Ann Watson, Jane Wat-

r. Men" is the theme of the confer- son, Joyce Goodson and Tommy
( 'ence with 500 Presbyterian, Fay Miller.
r k U. S., men over expected to attend. Hibiscus, fern and" palms were I Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade

f' Two church college presidents used by the hostesses in decorating

r head the speakers list. Dr. James the clubhouse for the occasion.I SALES and ,SERVICE I
f; They[ were assisted by Miss Marjorie -
Archibald Jones, president of Union '
Theological Seminary at Rich- Mills and Miss Brenda Wat- I Heating Air Conditioning ,- Appliances (
sony o was at the guest book..
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, lumbia'Theological Seminary in Sticky Finger Loss .

Decatur Ga.,. ,will deliver major. Blamed On'OwnerMIAMI
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In addition, the Secretary of "
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: BEACH The blame for ,
Men's Work for Presbyterian
mounting losses due to employee .
Church, U. S., E. A. :Andrews, Jrn ,,;' '\ ...
'laid
emblezzlement and theft was
and Dr. Manford G. Gutzke,.widely _. ,
door- -l
squarely on management's :
published. author, will speak. -
step recently.
Group discussions, exhibits and
nni rtLa
,, Pointing the finger at management -
will the confer-
displays highlight
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for widespread mpany1
.. "fence- __---'_-:- .*l', .' fnade'theft: 'opportunities were five iLTJr1 \ -

. 9 J of the top names in commercial lie :r''

Shopping;'Center detection, all management consultants .....

I For CapeCoral meeting here for the 12th an- -
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'it nual seminar of the Academy for
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CAPE CORAL A gleaming Scientific Interrogation. .I

:, new ,shoppipng plaza, concrete. Heading the panel was J. Kirk : '

,:' tribute to ,the faith of 13 ,men,in Barefoot, director of security for f.
McKesson &'Robbins with LincolnM. .1\
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,," ,', ." the future of this west coast community .
Zonn of Miami, J.Arnold Cohen ,
A near Ft. Myers, was form- r-
of Chris GUg8.s'of' Los
Chicago,
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it i erly dedicated Sunday, Aug. 21. "
and Richard Arthur of '
Angeles, '
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The: shoppplng plaza was constructed ; ; : ,
New York as panelists. ,. -.... -.
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I by a group of private citizens
,. Record losses of .
headed by Roland Wibord, ;more than 32- : '-

...: who ,live in the community. They bill cm in 1960 were predicted as -,. .. :
the result of failure .
banded together .to form Citizens' management's : ?r'

Mutual. ,and finance construction ofF to provide adequate controls to : .
'. I deter theft. Reduction of emblez t
the center which will serve more ;1, a i .
,. 'zlement to an .absolute minimum
than 500 re.i1denbr- the start .
" The plaza,opening marks another would lead to universal profit and ;
wage increases and decreasesed ,. # t tI
',important phase in development -
'of'the Sunshine:State's'new I consumer prices, the panel agreed. I
basic elements of Rural housewives ...
Outlining,the a too
est community. Cape Coral, devel- can enjoy / ,
sound control the panel ,
oped by Gulf Guaranty Land, and program j
included ,Use'of the lie .detector > I
; ,
Title Company,.was still a vast
wilderness, 'the* Ca- for' checking employment backgrounds .., .
on picturesque
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), 100sahatchee'River Wo;and,a half setting up realistic control .,;. I j
,, years ago. procedures, and creating mu- EXTRA HOURS : _: t)
tual confidence between management 306.:
Now more than 15,000 home- and employees. -.. I
sites have been purchased; the pop- ,.v8f'
ulation exceeds 500, and an aver- : I
age of five new families,are moving Echols Party For
"Electririty: does all kinds of chores on dishes for 8 people for just about a penny's
into the communtiy each week.
Relatives
' .'. I! .. Visiting;; the farm. It is revolutionizing farm pay.* Because ', .in the home, as on the
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' : .' Farewell Party For Mr. and Mrs. Grady T; Echols latchen,too.Count the time spent m dishwashing ,farm, electricity u the biggest bargain in

: entertained at their home with a -a thousand or more meals a your budget.

Mrs. Jack Phillips dinner party ,honoring his sister, year.Then realize the hundreds of added
See the built in and ElectricDishwashers
... portable '
Mrs. D. H. Commack of Fort
.r,. I Mrs. J. T. Boynton, Mrs. Ralph Myers and nephew, Teryl Echols of EXTRA HOURS that can be yours at your electric appliance;? \

O. Johnson, Mrs.'John Hatton and Melbourne, both of whom have I with: an Electric Dishwasher. "EXTRA dealer and'plumbing contractor.

.: ':Mrs. W. K. Aldridge, entertained birthday anniversaries on Aug.29. HOURS" for.more interesting things' 4

:. at Creighton's International Rest- Other guests were Mr. and Mrs.L. for family, friends and relaxation* I
, ;: aurant, Riviera Beach Monday D. Echols, Wilbur, Betty and "
: with a farewell 'luncheon .honoring Renza Echols; alt,of Pelican-Lake; Without pre-rinsing by'hand, an Electric PIPINGNOTWATERalwaysontoPDiehwashm.rineeedrieaall ; \\1

Mrs Jack Phillips. Mrs. Teryl Echols and son, Melbourne dishes, for all your farm and home needs, I

f The honoree who, together-with'[I ; D. H. Commack, Fort glasses, silver,pots and pans .,. cleaner when you have a flame-free, fume- E

r[ her famly,,has for the past several [Myers; Mr, and Mrs. O. H. Shep-:- and bright What's more-your friend, free ELECTRIC WATER HEATER. (
i' ,.'. years been spending--the summers pard and daughters, Helen and '
>. in Fairfax, S. CL,.and residing Hazel, Canal Point; and Mrs. Inez ':Beddy, Kilowatt, will wash and dry .

1 _' ,. in Pahokee through the fall winter Sheppard of Georgia.Mr. .. fi '
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Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rardin will W. W. White principal of the 44< ,

; nave as guests over the Lab Day Canal Point School and Mrs. White

a. _weekend Mrs. J. B. Seckinger;anc have purchased a, new home at .
.' daughter Miss Kay Seckinger of Royal Palm Beach the new hous- J'aY 'F'H'..v'v..lj''y:;:;:;.;:i,..:.:%,.;.RR. a Ytin 2.tte,E ac ll:+:'s:::':.,.:+'A 4'v,:v-,.:, l: '..a'.. ,: a.;t+e.t'ti\x.La.>rq" ,a.,, 1: -?:@aa.A"a'}wq.
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: Glennville, Ga. ing development east of Loxahat-
_. chee where they are now residing.
;J"' Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Atkins,, ac- ,. Ii .,MikfR'rvkgr'-i.tr?,r:3.+:' i. v "< 'iA3

c .companied by their daughter, Mrs :Mr. and Mrs. M. D.'Geiger have

t< Gary Shelby of West Palm Beach returned,from a two-week vacation I I f

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will leave htis weekend for a three- Visit with their son-in-law and : y

: week visit with their .son and daughter Capt. and Mrs. ,Clarence

daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. B. Langford and. family.at'Hammond,

-: : L., Atkins, 'In Fort Worth. Texas Va. '

l f and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. T.
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Mr. and Mrs. Bill Van Gemment '
Cooper, at Madison Ga. "
t. have returned to. Fort Lauderdale

> .' Mrs. Webb McRaney and daught- 'after a visit here with their uncle

,''7'', ere Miss Linda McRaney, have, returned and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bor-

l::' from a visit with Mrs.7J' deaux. l > .

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McRaney's mother in Mississippi. t 1 I
; Enroute home they also visited Sam Mr. and Mrs. Vance Denton and

r. McKinstry m, at Rucker. Ala. children! were accompanied home,
from a visit with her brotherinlaw
: Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Johnson,and ,and sister Mr, and Mrs. Dan
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f family have returned home after Boagnaes at Tallahassee by Mr.

i. t spending the summer at Hender- Denton's grandmother Mrs. J.. M.
A sonville. r;. C.Classified. Templeton who returned to Paho-
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Gist 'and family at Brasstown

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\ Mr. and Mrs. A; B. (Tucker of I _
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wwuwwwuw Bryant were _
;. IIAD A VISITOR? Give .2661 a week to Dozier. Ala.,'Eby the deathof 1 ___

_. ring and let us know' about it two hephews who died in a car ..''. "'. ___
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'to and we will be happy to put the accident. .; .. ; T.", -,. i'I ___
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our personal news _
x Of course, there is NO CHARGE. S-Sgt. and Mrs. Don Avera of I I : ; ___

Thanks. The Everglades News.IS Orlando visited her parents, :Mr. 4r yw. ___

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:yOUR CLUB OR Church group relatives here over the weekend. : : !
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> meeting this week? We,would be ,.
, glad to know about it'and will use Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Hatton .....0, .. ,'..

it as a news item if you'll Just and children Carol Mae and Roger + ,....: .. : : :
: ; give us a ring at 2661. Thanks. left the first of,the week for..a visit I I .' ,, y.

>- The Everglades News.. There is no with relatives- in Kentucky. ;
charge of course. I '" '
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Frank C. Dooley vice presidentof ,

IS, YOUR SUBSCRIPTION past the Florida State Elks ,Association I

due? If you're going on vacation paid an official visit to Pa-

let us have a check before you hokee BPOE Lodge,1638 Thursday I .I.
.I.Mr.
t go. Send $2:00 and we'll renew night. Following the meeting there.

your paper for one year. The was a ,barbecue at which wives

Everglades News, Canal Point, of both local and visiting Elks were:

.. Fla. guests. I and Mrs. Sydney Alton.Stubbs, Jr., are shown immediately following their wedding at the Metho- \

dist Church In Pahokee on Sunday, August 21, Mrs.,Stubbs is the former Miss Annette McIntosh daughter
\: FOB SALE: New and used Whirs Second Lt. and Mrs. Sidney A. The will
of Mr and Mrs. Harry McIntosh of Pahokee. young couple following a honeymoon be at
Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage Stubbs, Jr., who recently returned home at Amarillo. Texas where he will be stationed in the Air Force for the next three months. Following
In Belle Glade, Phone '3068. from their honeymoon will leave that they will move to Opheim Montana. ?;
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.' Oct. I7- 4-ch. this weekend for Amarillo Texas '- .}.". .
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FEINTING OF :ALL' KINDS. If where he will be stationed' by U. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Blackwelland Mrs. Lloyd Hundley has returned I Pfc. Bobby Mills who recently

: "' you need cards envelopes letterheads S. Air Force until,Jan. 1.'Enroute children Ispentthe weekend home from Denver, Colo.,,where returned to the States after sevaral -

., statements, bill heads, hand they will,visit relatives'at Bradenton visiting .her' mother Mrs. Annie' she was called recently by the months of overseas duty with

bills, 'or something in the printing and Panama City., Chapman' and- other relatives at death of her sister's husband :Tot E. the U. S. Army in Korea, is spend

line just step to the phone and cal Mrs. R. T. Smith. Canal Point Dundee.Mr. Isenhart. Enroute,home,shevisited, ing a 30-day leave here with his \ t
at relatives in Kingman and Wichita, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett i
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Everglades
postmaster and Mr. Smith attend- and Mrs. Preston Dunckel Kans. I
Point, No 2661. We are experts in ed a dinner meeting if district I man and childrne were visitors at Mills.

producing excellent printing and postmasters at the Clewiston. Inn Hobe Sound Sunday s r-- ,
our' prices are in line with out of Sunday... .
'town printers who come to the The concrete foundation and

,Glades for printing business.Pleas Mr. and Mrs.: Lou Lombard and floor of the pew Pahokee Post Of- UIEQUfl1

/ give us.a call Phone 2661. daughter have returned to, Miami fice building on Bacom Poin Road /
after a weekend visit here with her has been completed; and the con-:

RUBBER. HOSE More than a parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Miller.I tractor is ,ready td start erectingthe

million feet in stock prices below walls of the building the
jobbers costs garden hose and Industrial -: Mrs. James Gibson and daughter concrete blocks are delivered to the SEMINOLE

hose for every service. Jamie, ore visiting Mrs. ..Arno1d -! scene of construction.Mr. ,
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Suction fire air, water, irrigation Barad ,in ,West Palm Beach I. COUNTY
spray. HOSE, REMNANTS MILL this week. and Mrs. Earl Hughes and .-
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ENDS: Couplings of all kinds. AN Gale family of Runyon were visitors at County ,
Miss Joy Sims and Miss
INCH OR A MILE. AMAZON Salerno over the weekend.Mr. .
Sanford
Sears spent the weekend in ;.St.
HOSE & RUBBER'CO. 3950 North
Miami Ave. 'Phone PLaza 4-4566 Petersburg, guests of Miss .Carol and Mrs. Hilburn ,Murphyand -- : I If

McDonald.Mr. family of Clewiston visited
,:Miami Florida. Aug. 19pd
Mr. aBd'Mrs. f
Walter L. Boatwrightin r
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and Mrs. Wilbur Huber and 7r ,
HOUSE FOR RENT: 3 Bedrooms Pahokee and Mrs. Murphhy's
daughter have returned to Quincy
and bath completely furnished, parents Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Searsin
Townsite area of Canal Point, Fla., after a week's visit here with Canal Point Sunday. 1 r \ I
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their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Pop'eSears. i
Phone 3602 636. Itc
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CAR FOR SALE: 1954 Two-door from a visit with her uncle }
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Weeks ac-
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r.. Victoria, Ford in good condition. and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cross- ., I'
Mrsj Gandy visited .
companied by \
Radio heater, white sidewalls .at man, and family at Fort Lauder- '"t' _
their son and daughter-Ih-law, Mr. ---" -
reasonable price. Phone 7707. after dale. i a
and Mrs. Robert Weeks in ,Miami L -Nt 'j-
6 p. m. Itp
over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sanders I The third smallest county in Florida got its name

spent the weekend in Miami visiting fronf the Seminole Indians, whose fierce attacks I
Mr. and Mrs, Edward Rogers of
'their sons-in-law and daughters against the white settlers caused the establishment

Acreage-Realtor Runyon visited her brotherinlawand Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson. of Fort Mellon in 1837 In Sanford, the County I
sister Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Seat a monument now standsto commemorate this 1
and Cal. and Mrs. P. A. Keyes, and ,
Turner at Perry the past weekned. families. I federal garrison. Before the "Big Freeze" in '98; # i
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Specializing in Agricultural citrus was its principal source of income. Today
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,ACREAGE of all kind Miss-Candy Fletcher has returned farming in -
1 Michael Sandershas returned I II : operations bring a yearly income of over .
Many] yens experience ,in to her home ,in Chicago Il 1'.I,from visit with his uncle and aunt,. $13OOOOOO.OO-with Sanford Naval Air Station,and -
GladesT Mucklands. Call me after a month's visit with her uncle i diversified industry as economical aids. North Or
Mr. and Mrs. William Lovell and
j when you want. to BUV, and aunt Mr. and j\rs.. Robert CI| lando.is its newest incorporated city.
at Dundee.
family
w SELL, TRADE, or Invest In Hatton. In progressive Seminole County, and throughout
Florida, the United States Brewers Foundation
.. Real Estate I Mr. and Mrs. Pat Elliott who
Acreage.Thurmond '
:Mr. and Mrs. O. D. jCarpenter works constantly to maintain the'sale of beer and .1

and their on and daughter-in-law have been attending summer schoolat ale under pleasant, orderly conditions. Believing- ,
Mr. and Mrs ::Milton: Carpenter the University of Florida Gainesville that strict laW'enforcement serves the best Interestof
the people of Florida the Found4tion'stresseS
W.Knight and family of Bella Glade enjoyeda will spend the Labor Jay clos I
with
the
cooperation Armed Forces, law en-
REALTOR weekend outing- the ,Johnath-- weekend in Pahokee with his parents forcement and governing officials.

an Dickinson State Park on the Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Elliott.
Box 1422, YI4-6435 VI8-2682%
East Coast. BEER FLQRIBA'S f
,' Riviera Beach, Florida. :Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hitchcock tE s ,. United Stale BrToundatlon :

Mr. and Mrs Robert J. Schroder had as guests Mr.\ Hitchcock's ttGHT, BRIGHT '

Homest; Efficient, Courteous I will return this weekend from' a former 'school mate, Gilbert Cunningham BEVERAGE J"I-w.DbW..
Service :ZO If...SINd
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ANCIENT MAN
'MUTE GOOP USE OFCOUXS I
rI A&ZEATSTRIPE TOWAKPMOP&9 $ ,
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NEWT STABUSHePHlS ._ _
I II THEORY OF A SPECTRUM...
The Pahokee Church Church Of'God t'
|Canal Point First &lE SPECTRUM A NATURAL I

Of The Nazarene. Barfield Highway Baptist Church I'I PHENOMENON OF COLORS NOWMAH'S
I MOST IMPOIUANT TOOL M I7E7EIlMNINGI 1 I
71 Bacom Point Road 9.45 A.,M.-Sunday School DIFFERENT ELEMENTS OF THE EARTH SUN PLANETS AM
Charles F. Crauswell Pastor 11:00 A. M.-Morning Worship Elder R.E.Barfleld I I STARS. AS VIEWED. THROUGH SPECTROSCOPE

:Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 7:00 P. M.-L. W. W. (Par- SUNDAY: f
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SUNDAY SERVICES :10:00 a.EL-Sunday School NEWTON'5' /fPEI1'5KJN BxvERVA4EMT:
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7:00 m.-B. T. I&OO THAT
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11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. 7:30 P.M. Tuesday-Prayer Meeting REP EACH COlOR
6:30 p. m.- unors., 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship U6HT INTO SEVEN f71SPERSEO OKAN6E NASA 5EPAATEn
WEDNDESDAY 015YElLOW Wave LZA$TN.
7:00 p..m.-Sunday Evening : / !
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Evangelistic'Service.. Church 7:30 p. m.-dweekPrayer P41 B1UE
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p. m. Prayer i* : '" A SeCQNPPItiSMttBHTON
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meeting. 7:30: p. m.LadIes'Aux111aiy KKOMMHecr 7H'COLORS+ INTO A w w
Where but Pt. Missionary wHITZ UtiHT 5avRrr,eV:l0ll1MAGE5_
you are a stranger Meeting. ,
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I The Methodist Church .. YOU CAN liltING THE-SPECTRUM ; '
First Methodist Rev. Charles D. Stewart. Pastor I OF&O/.ORSINTO YOURHOME8Y ::
SUNDAY: Canal Point FloridaRobert : SELECTING ONE OF A
Church PahokeeRev. 9:45 SL, m.-Sunday School '_ CHO/CS OF 1900 AFFERENT
> SHAPES TINTS,OR COMBI -
11OQ a. m.-Morning'Worship A. Shelley, Pastdr HATTGWS'GKCOWR5Fq; 41
Clare S. Hall \6:30 p. m.-Training Union. SUNDAY: + A STANPARP SPECTRAL_
SUNDAY. : 7:30 p., m.-Evening. Worship: 'I 10:00 a. ni.-Church School &ANGE COLOR.SYSTEM'IN
11:00 .
v:*o a. m.-unurcn SChool WEDNESDAY: a. m.-Morning Worship VOURRAiXT 57r.E WfTHTHE0UTCH '
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 7:30 p.in.-Prayer Meeting. 6:30 p. m;Youth Fellowship %' BOY EMBLEM
ANI7/N 10 MINUTES )tJ R
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6:45 p. m.-MYF' h_ Worship COLOR CAN ffE CHARTED
o 7:45 p. m.Evening Worship The Church Of God MONDAY: AND SCIENTIFICAllY MIXEP
TUESDAY: 3:15 p.,m.-Youth Choir practice I o v rREADY FOR USES
7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac- Of Prophecy PahokeeCanal TUESDAY:
tfceWEDNESDAY 8:00 p. m.Woman's Society ,.. _________ .'\ I
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7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions ,John, H. Kinard, pastor 2nd MONDAY: I I Lonna Lynn Elliott Jess Elliotts Home

8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir practice 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting [Has Birthday Party From Coop MeetingMr.
11:00 a. m. Preaching,Service J i I WEDNESDAY: : ,
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p. Meeting :
I Lonna Lynn Elliott, daughter of and Mrs. JessM. Elliott and
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St. Mary's Catholic Mr. and Mrs. Elmer B. Elliott, Jr.,
Mike attneded the
son. state
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p. m. Thursday-W.M. B. Mrs M. D.
; Logan has returnedto celebrated her first birthday anniversary
\ Church, Everyone welcome. Special. music her home at Wetumpka Ala., at a party given by ,hr vention of Florida Farmers Council

/' Father :Did Cronin and singing ,. after a five-week visit herewith mother at their home/The hostess Cooperative In Miami the past I

SUNDAY' MASSES her daughter, Mrs. Lera Richardson was assisted' by her .mother, Mrs. week, Friday 'through Tuesday.

First two masses of the month Christian Science I and ion-in law and daughter L. B. Wilson. Refreshments were Mr. Elliott has served as presidentof
11:00. Mr.::and Mrs. Leonard Dobrow, and served to approximately lo'.children the State Farmers
Group Of Canal PointHow Cooperativefor
Other Sundays"' at. 7:30. I family ... I ren and their,mothers. ,. the past two years.. .

; 'mankind today can set

St. Peter's Lutheran about, fulfilling the divine demandfor -- #
perfection,will be explained at \
Church Belle Glade / I
*** Christian' Science. services Sunday. .; ,
Ba--gartner Keyntoing the Lesson-Sermon .
Erwin J. pastor
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entitled "Mantis the Golden Text
601 W. Lake RA,Belle Glade
SUNDAY: y from Matthew (5:48): "Be ye PictureofaPmthise ?

Divine Services 11 A. M. therefore perfect, even as your
School 9:45 A. M. Father which 'is in heaven is perI
... fect.'*: ,
These comforting words of en-

Holy Nativity couragement from James. will be ..

included in the Bible readings (1: T .-. -'_. .. -S

Episcopal Church' : 2-4): "My brethern, count it all ..-....f ...... \'

Pahokee 'r Joy when ye fall into divers temptations tr,:,.., .. "'- ,.... :
-- ;.Knowing this that the trying '.''. .-;:" I '
M. Wendell'Hainlin, Vicar' ,
of faith worketh patienceBut \
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patience perfect
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10 a. m. Sunday School -
work, that be perfect and
11 a. m. Worship Service i ye may ,
.. .. entire wanting,nothing.

I( First Baptist "Science Among correlative and Health passages with Key from to 'Zi i 6j

the:Scriptures" by.Mary Baker,Eddy -
Church Pahokee
; this well ,be ,read: "The:divinedemands.
"'Be therefore perfect;' j
Rev. James E. Boyd.::pastor: ye
SUNDAY SERVICES: Is scientific, and the human':foot .
9:45 a. m.-Sunday-School steps leading to'perfection are, in \, : .
11:00 a. no.-Mowing'Worship dispensable' :;U- ) '. God

6:45 p. m.;: Training Union requires perfection, but _not until .
8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship the battle twe 'Spirit and flesh Sure,sKe's a grand old flag ":

WEDNESDAY: is, 'fought *and the victory won" ,,That's why we salute:her., 4Y1/ :: + ;

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AND OPERATED BY MORE THAN
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CONSIGNORS AT ALL TIMES economy
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[:' Hears Mrs. W. T. Gist Have Good Trip .r'I i

':t..-'.. First Time Sept. 26

'} The General meeting of the Ca- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Taylor ,
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Missionary five-week vacation; tour of the Mr. and Mrs. Al Lavender jsppenl TAMPA-The newest fouryearstate Mr. and Mrs. Robert Riddle I

f t. August was bled at the church on United States during which they the weekend at Haines City where university in the nation, rep- (Joyce Lovell) of Pahokee announce -

1.. August 29 at.8 p., m. Mrs. CharlesD. traveled through 23 states, stop- they attended the wedding* of her resenting the ultimate in planning i the birth of a daughter \;

Stewart, President, presided ping at various sight-seeing attractions 'niece, Dianna Hudson. by Florida educators, is preparedto i Brenda Susan, at the Everglades

\i-: over the business session. such as the Grand Canyonand open its doors Sept. 26. Memorial Hospital, Aug. 17.

:- Mrs. R. J. Maxson presented the the Yellowstone National The Rev.\'and Mrs. Thomas It. The University of South Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Hayes (Janet

\\ following slate of officers for thef Park. Enroute they visited her Shoemaker have returned from at Temple Terrace just outside Upthegrove) of Pahokee an-
the church uncles and families, Joe Rogers at ,Cleveland, Tenn., where they took
WMS for new year; Tampa, has a campus of 1,000 nounce the birth. of a daughter
rfPresident: Mrs. Charles' D. StevdrF Los Angeles, Calif., and John' Rogers their daughter, Evanelle, to enroll acres. It is the only university m ,Debra Dorean, at the Everglades

, 0 art Enlistment Vice, President, :I It at Texarkana, Texas; cousins, ;.in Lee College where she is now the II. S. to be completely aIr-con- Memorial Hospital Aug. 25.

'1, Mrs. J. D. ,Latham, Program Vice Mr. and Mrs. Fred Myers, Wichita, taking -courses in music. ditioned and it is staffed by a sup
President: Mrs. F. F. Bum "Secret Kans.; and Mr. Taylor's parents,
ENTERTAIN FACULTY
erior assembled from
I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rozelle have faculty all
t Mrs. S. A. Nail Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Taylor, Fayot-
tary-Treas I returned from.a visit with her parts of the nation. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. White en-
Int. G A Leaders: Mrs.-J. D. La- teville, Tenn. While in California I
r :mother, Mrs. Helen Herriott, at An auspicous future awaits thenation's tertained the faculty of the Canal
tham and Mrs. Calvin?Britton. 7r.r they also :visited friends who formerly I
,Romney, W. Va. Enroute home newest state university.
Pahokee-Canal Point, school a luncheon at
G. A. Leaders: Mrs. J. S. Atkins lived in with
: they also visited their son and the only one in modern history to
J'} and Mrs. Tom Mullins, Sunbeam Point area: Mr. and Mrs. Billy I their new home in Royal Palm
daughter-in-law, Mr. and' Mrs. be started completely and '
Leaders: Mrs. L. Pugh and Mrs.J, Bridges, Mrs.: :. Willie Bridges and anew Beach Tuesday. Those enjoyingthe
. George Rozelle, and family at Columbia the 1,500 ,students who have already -
: H. Strayer. daughter, MenUs, and family, aU I. affair were, Mrs. F. F. Burr
Tenn., and .other relativesat enrolled forwardto
':. Mrs. J. H., Strayer presented the of Yermo, Calif., and Mr.. nad Mr are looking Mrs. Brooks Henderson, Mrs Hud-
, Talladega and Sylacauga, Ala. tradition under
.' program, "Carest Thou Not?" the Roy Maxson, Mercede, Calif. beginning a dle, Mrs. C. D. Stewart, Mrs. E.
USF's President Dr, John S. Allen.
\ topic: Japan. She also gave the,de- I Among those planning to spend .... H. Walston, Mrs. A R Harrington
votional. Mrs. William T. Gist was the Labor Day weekend at Palm Mrs Larrick\and Mr. Threkeld.
Bob Lee New Phone
f' introduced as the guest speaker of Beach Shores are Mr. and :Mrs. ELECT NEW OFFICES I

the evening;by Mrs. Strayer. Mrs. William Plumer: and children, Mr. Members of the Pahokee Baptist Mr. and Mrs. ,Charles Jerniganand

[- t Gist showed slides and' presentedan Manager In GladesE. and Mrs. L. L. 'Shirley, Mr. and Woman's Missionary Union will daughter have moved into

r, interesting 'program on herr Mrs. Curtis Chase and sons, Mr. elect new officers at the September their newly completed home on I

travels in Japan. She told of ,the I and Mrs. James W. Vann, Mr. and meeting to be held at the church East Main St.
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t traditions, and customs of that F. Reddy, District Manager ')f I Mrs E. D Sims, Mr and Mrs. O. R. Tuesday, Sept. 6, at 3 p. m. The I '

t/ Y"- country, and after the program she the Telephone Compapny, Bleech, Mr and Mrs. Leon Spooner, Lottie Moon Circle will present the:

l; ,. showed her collection of items ed this week that Zeke announc-1 :Miss Jane Plumer and' Miss Caro- royal service mission program;

a f.f from Japan that proved of great has accepted a position lyn Sellers "You, A World Baptist." Mrs. E.I

ry interest to the members present. Telephone Company in B. Gamblepresident, will presideat
t Mr. and Mrs.J, V.Thomas had as 0P auRLITVTHEATRES
f Mrs. D. P. Hughes, Prayer Chair- n.:. the business session. _
: man for the Womans Missionary guests, over the weekend theri

Society, announced that plans were I daughter, Miss Nancy Thomas; ,
f'\ underway for the week of Prayer, also Miss Sue Lewis, Bob Myers H-I-.......:+I I I H+1111 I I I I I I I I I I I : I I I I I I1 I I I I I I I I I '.

and Larry Butler, all of Miami. I
which is to begin Sept. 13th.
J.[ m : VtTi'1 Nancy has completed her studies at
Charron-Williaims Commercial College (

r Girl Scout Meeting and is now employed in the .

Called For Sept. 8 t11t' offices'of' the. New York Life Insurance -I PRINCE: LAKE DRIVE-IN !

( Company in Miami. .
PahokeeSUNDAYMONDAYTUESDAY. Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
f' Mrs. William S. Plumer, chair- o' i,
i E, Duke member of the
.I Perry a - -
of the Girl Scout T .' S I
man Cypress - s: '
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staff at the, Pahokee Post Office
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a: Neighborhood Association has caUr $ '..ti.j since May 2,. 1947, has been 'promoted ..
SUNDAY, :MONDAY TUESDAY
e'd. of all Pahokee Girl :
,a meeting : I from'-clerk to the position **
Scout leaders committee I ,, SEPTEMBER 4-5-6
and members assistant postmaster, effective !''i'O t*.. .
-, to be held at her home SEPTEMBER 4-5-6..
on '
3.Mrs. ,
Sept.
East Main Street Thursday, Sept 4. jn9.t'C ; a 4 nrtLL*f Never l Few

8,'at 10 a. m. All local Girl Scout Ella Crippen of Dania Is Ine Unforgiven FRANK
: officials and other workers are visiting her daughters, :Mrs. Doro- AND "

urged to be present at, this first thy Stanley and Mrs. Joe Hasten, BUST LANCASTER AND -" HNA LOLLOBRIGIDA '::
.1: meeting of the fall season during::1 I Sr., and family here while recuperating .
j I' which Scouting plans for the coming from injuries received In a AUDREY HEPBURN, :

: : year will'be outlined. -I I His transfer will ,become effective I I recent falLMr. I i (TECHNICOLOR) J. "J WPY'i I
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i w September 1, ,,..
:., I| Mr. Reddy also announced the ; : and Mrs.' H. H. Sears will I 1.-,1111,, .,|,-;-n-I'' I'''H--I-! 11I11 II -I1 -Ii i II # :t*ft i i.fr i frH-.

Hundleys,Have [appointment of.R. C. (Bob) Lee as leave tonight to attend the Hard-

Been Married 25 Yrs. *I Belle Glade-Pahokee Group :Man ware Convention 'Meeting being

ager to succeed Zeke O'Farrea. held in Atlanta, Ga., this weekend '
t
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hundley will Bob and his wife, Ran ne, ,have They will be the guests of their :

_: observe tiller 25th wedding anniversary three children, Linda 11, Terry 9, son and family, Mr.'and :Mrs. Charles NEW.-;

with open house at ths and Kathy Ray 2 'years old. Theyare Sears. 'They-will be accompanied -j

Hundley home, 1251, Bacom Point members,of The Church of by Mr.: and Mrs. W. K. Buch-: '"
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:' Road, Wednesday, Sept. 7, from 7 Christy anan who will visit their son Gene Y > WAY TO : -

,to,10 p. m. Welcoming the guests Bob started his telephone career Buchanan. ,

. with Mr. and Mrs. Hundley will be twelve years ago in Miami, His Miss .Julie Mathis is spending .
their sons, John and Wayne Hund- First job 'was Coin Telephone Col :
several with her sister Mrs.
lector. He has since been through days STOP
ley.No Corbbin in Ft. Myers.Mr. .
Formal invitations are being the Service Representative Work,

issued, but all friends of the Hund-I Coin Telephone; Supervisor, Busi- and Mrs. J. W. Dillion & -

, leys are cordially invited to attend., ness Office Supervisor. He was family of Perry, Fla., visited Mr. ,

'J It is requested, "no gifts, please." then: promoted to Office Manager and Mrs. Edward Rodgers and Jane' L: HAND :

1 in Miami and, went' to Pensacola, of Runyon over the. weekend Mr.
three years ago as a Unit Manager. W. Dillion and Mr. and
and Mrs. J.
Eastern Star Meet ...... :
Mrs. Edward Rodgers spent Sun- : WEEDING

Xt Community Bldg. Local PTA,Meeting day in West Palm Beach visiting: gi

-' with .th parents Mr. and Mrs., C.j
Changed To Sept
'. Members of the Pahokee and D. Martindill. y
Belle Glade Chapters, Order of I I I IN {? -

; Eastern Star, met jointly at the The September meeting, of the Shelby Jean Hatton, infant daughter -
of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hatton,
Community Building in Canal Canal Point Parent-Teacher Asso-
is,back home'from the Everglades '
Point for a picnic dinner in annual ciation, originally, scheduled for: :
Memorial Hospital whereshe. was, .
observance of "Robert Morris Sep 5,, has: been changed to ill for several : VEGETABLESt.
; days. \
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pro' ; Day Mrs. Florrie Nix of the Pa ,
Thursday night, Sept. 8, when "
hokee Chapter"was: in charge ofdinner Mr. and Mrs. J. 'H. Strayer and '
PTA members will,,be hosts to the
arrangements. The familiesof family have as guests this week S PRAY 5 ."

members were guests. Approximately Canal Point ,School teachers at a Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Erinson of New '. .

50 persons attended. reception in the school cafeteria. Bern, N. c., and son, Sgt. Bobby j This new "chemical .weeder" kills off tough
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'Mrs. A. R. Harrington, 'program Brinson, of MacDill AFB, Tampa. grassy weeds as they sprout practicallyends

Methodist Women. chairman will be in charge of ar Their daughter, Miss Sharon Brin all hand weeding in vegetables. "
rangements. Mrs. Joe Cherry, Jr., son, who has been the house guestof .,
'
Will Meet Sept 6 president, will preside at the meet- the Strayers for the 'past sixweeks .. Use Vegajiex to control weeds in Cabbage Corn "-
at 8 m. will her -
ing starting p. accompany parents
and
Snap Beans Celery. -
I The September meeting of the -- back to New Bern.

< Canal Point of Christian Methodist Service Woman'sSociety will.be Hitchcock, Home Is Mr. and Mrs. Sam McKinstry, Vegader kills off tough weeds like l:"."
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held in the Sunday School building Scene Of PartyMiss Sr., have as guests ,this week their purslane, pigweed, duckweed, hsibit, l'} .:

Tuesday, Sept. 6, at 8 p. m., Mrs granddaughter, Laura Rogers., ofSouth t lastaik..and many m :e. 4T "

Leonard laxson, will present the Patsy Hitchcock, student Bay.
Charron-Williams Commercial Cole in nDfD ..get yofa'Ve Se: t
program, entitled "The Chart and at Mrs;; Lester Hand and daughter,
Compass." :Mrs. W. E. Blackwell, College, Miami, entertained at the Linda, left this morning to attenda Btd have it ready when you plans .

president, will preside'and. Mrs. home of her father, .C. H* Hitchcock family: get together In 'Statesboro ------....---------- -.oat, ..r

,Kay Sears will. .act. .as hostess.. ,'north of Canal Point with a Ga., during Labor Day week
party honoring her brother Ron- end. '
AT THE HOSPITAL I nie Hitchcock who was home on a

Among,the patients the Ever-i brief vacation"'from The Citadel, Mr. and Mrs. ''E. H.. Walston en- KILGORE SEED COMPANYPAHOKEE

glades Memorial Hospital-Tuesday Charleston S* c., where: he attended tertained at their home Wednesdayfor

were Mrs. Annie McMDTan, Gaston summer school. Ronnie, former the faculty of the Canal Point .

Brock; ,Bill Jones, :Miss Louis "X>e- Pahokee High School Blue Devil school and :Mrs. E. D. Sims and BELLE GLADE

,vane, Pete Loretti, 'Mrs. Doris football star,'returned.this week to Mrs. J, G. Thomas who are mem-

'. Tucker,'Mrs.,Janet.Hayes, and'Mrs.! Charleston to. begin varsity football ., bers of Pahokee pemeatary. school PHONE 3261 PHONE WY 6-2093,
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Louise Peaden. practice 'at The:Citadel. '' with a luncheon.
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