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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 9, 1960
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
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System ID: UF00079910:00038
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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: '1,OHO) Acres'; Sugar Directors.Named )New Super Market Cowart Family Had Bolton Drug Store

s By C of C Membership) Labor Day VisitorsMr
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: Cane'Now Planting --- for Leroy Miner Would Win Prize -
4J Members of the Pahokee Chani= and Mrs. Lewis Cowart had ..
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ber of Commerce elected by mail as guests over the Labor Day
(S 'f i North Canal,Points ballot four new directors: Edward l Will Cost $50,000Plans weekend their sons-in-law and daughters For Cleanliness .

A. Jensen, postmaster; Luke Dufresne Mr. and Mrs. Charles Phillips -

t ,administrator of the Everglades -. arid Mr. and Mrs. John Bery-
t While ;rumors fly thick and fasti are-fet the wind for a new If.a prize were being offered for
Memorial Hospital; Robert man and daughter, Pamela, all of
throughout, the Lake Okeechobee super market.to .Pahokee and this the brightest and cleanest drug
Fisher, manager of the Pahokee l Miami, and Mr. and Mrs. John
r I to how isn't aTCwik Cneir in the Lake chobee Region ,
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'x Farming Region regard E. time it or some store ,
Coca-Cola Bottling plant; ,and C. (Tamey of West Palm Beach. Mr.
..' i .yinuch new sugar.cane acreage, is Williams office manager of the other cha1ril iier tion. It is to be a and Mrs. Taniey left Wednesday I there is little doubt that Bol-

1 \ ',going to! be planted, actual planting Everglades Insurance Company,I I locally owned and operated merchandising for Chicago, HI., where they will I ton's Rexall Drug store, operated
.: | started this week ,on' a. 1,000 establishment. work- in Pahokee by Mr. and Mrs.. John .
who was re-elected. make their home while he is
acre tract at Sand Cut north of elected j Leroy Miner said on Tuesday ,of Bolton, wQuld win first prize.
The newly directors will ing for his master's degree tn,en-
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,. Canal Point. The 'cane is being be inducted at the annual dinner I this week 'ttott he plans to erect a I ginering at Illinois Institute of Erected Just a few short years 1
planted by the Okeelanta Sugar meeting of the chamber member- modern food market on Rardin' Technology.NewPostOfficeTo. ago the s ore'> is modern in every !

Corporation on the land they re- ship In October. I I Avenue Just to the rear of the,Pure detail and only recently Mr. Bolton
: cently purchased from the Ch stain ., j: Oil Station on Bacom Point Road had the Rexall Company install the

i Brothers. I and that it Will contain 6,000 square very latest shelves, counters and
i Through the summer the Okee-i Bacom Point Road feet of floor space. Mr. Miner said racks to ,care for the stock whichIs j
lanta concern has been busy ready- I the store will be air conditionedand kept fresh at all times. Thft :
.tog the land for.sugar cane planting -' -TcrGet Gutter modern throughout and cost in Have Plenty Room store is air conditioned and is. '
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t and this week heayj----selnTf the neighborhood of $50,000.00. equipped With modern glass doors,

:.trucks brought,Inthe, seed.cane for I A parking.area sfor patrons will To.Serve PahokeePahokee's which lend an inviting appearance. ,
the local plantation. The land, located SidewalkS-lOMile be filled in to a depth of 2& feet, to the entrances. to
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o just north of Canal'Point, is :Mr. :Miner said.. If present plans Mr. Bolton prides himself on the-
some of the finest'in the' area and materialize he said that work new post office when modern up-to-the-minute prescription -
'"vas purchased from Stanton Chas A new curb and gut.ter'job' with should, be started not later than completed, will be big enough to department which! he'.maintains

t&in. Anderson Chastain and Oscar new sidewalks will be built on thre weeks from today. Miner's serve patrons of that-office for Receiving overnight service

Chast Jn' for ,$600,000.00. T. W. Bacom Point Road from in frontof Super Market will be the official many years to come. This week from two of Florida's largest drug

Knight, forjner Pahokee, realtor .the First Baptist Church. southto (name for the new enterprise. Another -t concrete brick and concrete blocks houses, the Bolton store is rarely
and now .of Riviera Beach made the corner at the Rice residencenear Miner's market operated are going' up on schedule and the ever out of-any modern drug

the deal;. the City Park, according to further: down on.Rardin. Avenue in walls should be to place by the'end ed for compounding' need4

... ; Another trace:of land:;contatotogi County Commissioner Paul Rardin,I the colored: section of Pahokee. of the week or:the first of'next. written ,by doctors in the .,.

r 4,000:apres east of Canal Point may who'has, directed that the work be H.;HJ. McOerd.,. ,, contractor: of Or- .Okeechobee iFarmtog, Region.

'-i ianteditl= ar e.bfA":'; heo done, outer .secondary-rpadrunpy4he"State'Road ..-t...",. > : Tfcifc ypatf essnessrjof" ,;thejstorgjiaa!$ ...'!
t." Tiiew;owners'wh'o,purchased it_ rom Department'dur-: 'tW Jt"t I B rg }mt711 for Capital:. ;Properties; IncV of drawn favorable comment from
: Alex Barney for $950,000.00. New tug the upcoming budget t year. Tulsa OkIa., who will own the many"of the local 'patrons as well

;; owners, of the..land are: Tokaliga It was 1 the hope of 'Commissioner iWilI'BeRefacedThe building and lease ito to the post as from tourists who make the air
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i Farms Company, Chanticleer! 'Rardin that the work could have Office department. conditioned store their haven of

Farms Company, Osceola Farms been done last,year: by the State .:Thenew; building will provide rest on hot summer days. A full

'. '" Company. Farms: Road Department-in order that' it dangerous narrow: wooden 4,758 square' feet of floor space or crew of alert clerks keep the store

: Company. No ,definite informationI 'could have been completed* by''the' bridge on State Road 717' from nearly two and, one-half'times as clean to the Nth degree and offer a
is available on this tract 1 put Dame time the new post office is finished: Chosen out to the dike near tha much as,is to be found In the post smile and a thank you to the hundreds

r Rumor has'it'that ,it will also bet However this was impossible and Country Club in Belle Glade, will be office presently serving 'Pahokee. of patrons have learnedto

j planted in sugar cane to the not the, work has been securely placed j replaced with a new bridge, accord- It will be ,completely modern and make Bolton's their drug and
: \ too distant future. to the secondary :projects for to County Commission Chair air conditioned. It will be furnished sundry shopping' center..

I, .g this year, Mr. Rardin;sald. ._ _ling :Paul Rardin who was in contact throughout with modern equipment ..' .
With the construction of the with the State Road Depart: :of the very latest design being used
: Elementary Shows three-tenths of a mile of curb and I ment this: week. .by the post office department.' MajorlLP..Tiffin

gutter and new sidewalk'*the 'bus- :* J.L. Papy, maintenance engineerfor There will be an outside loading

': Increase Pahokee iness section of Pahokee will' .be' the SRD, was in the Glades platform and off-street parking Is Labor Day VictimMajor
: lengthened just that much, according Tuesday and said 'that- the work will also be made available for pat

to the plans.The curb and gutter will be .done immediately. A pile rons.There will also be a hard surfaced I

{ Pahokee Schools opened Tuesday will give more needed parkingarea driveris: on the Job ready to build a I parking area for government : Howard P. .Tiffin, 44, of +
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with a substantial increase to en and add to'the attractivenessof detour bridge to handle the traffic equipment. .. Fort Devens, Mass.former: Paho- I
rollment. At the Senior-Junior the business section of the:town. is under con '
while the new bridge Iiee resident, was one of the coun
,., High School 394 students.were registered 4 --- struction. Funeral Services try's accident"victims during the

compared' to 371 oil the Drivers Licenses I )Ir. Papy pointed out that the Labor. Day weekend, according to
opening day last year, accordingto bridge will constructed to carry word'received here by his aunt,

.. Principal Brooks Henderson. heavy traffic and that it should be For Mrs. Wilson Mrs Robert J,.J? h 'oder. He drown-
.iff! .5" 'Prfncipal.Herman Austinof :h-: ]Now) Available done within a few weeks. ed Saturday night while fiShing on ,

; i i Elementary School reported a Mr. Papy inspected the right of-: a :Mass chuse\td' J

f <:f' total enrollment of 408. first way.between Chosen and the.Country Funeral services for Mrs. Marie Major Tifffn, a provost marshal 1:

: f. through sixth' grades,.Tuesday 17.' Loca1.motorists"mayobtain' theirnew.driversJicenses Club and told Mr. Rardin that Esther Wilson, 59, of,Canal Point In the U.'S.: Army, recently returned !'

t S .'\' more ;pupils:'.than, were, ,registered :: at the Florida he. ,would Jiave. his maintenancecrew were held in the chapel of- the Will- to States after: three years of Ji
t. on the:firstr'dayVjf-last year:, Highway Patrol Stationin Pahokee cut downfyiie heavy growth on \Funeral Home overseas duty in Germany and::had 'J I
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; \ the Canal..Potoi:School_ Prin. ,,aswellas/the: : Glades Office Build each side of the mad or use weed iams-Wetherington 1 received word just before his death '11
VAt W.'W. White;:reported; an"enrollment lag bn.SR.lS: between Pahokee and and grass killer to bring it under Pahokee, Sunday at 3 p. m with that bis promotion to the rank of 'i
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>, of, 146, 'students, first ,Belle Glade. ,Mrs. Juanita; Cowart controL the Rev. Charles D. Stewart, pasbr. lieutenant colonel t
was being pro- ;
% through:eighth grades, Tuesday, I is, issuing; drivers licenses at the .. of the Canal Point Baptist Church, cessed. ,:

the opening day last FHP station this month daily, Mondays officiating. '
x the' same as Survivors include his wife, Tina;
through Fridays, from 9 a.jn. Five Home GamesForBlueDevilll Mrs. Wilson died Thursday afternoon
: year. four sons, Bobby, Eugene, Tony
three of these to 4:30 p.m.) Sept. 1, at a West Palm I
Principals of all, "?
and, daughter Stephanie
illness. Danny; one .
Beach hospital after a long :
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schools, expect a sharp n
all of Fort Devens; mother !
: enrollments as the fanning season WEATHER A member of the Baptist Church i Mrs Esther? Tiffin, Atlanta, Ga.; I
she had been a resident of Canal I
families arrive
x opens and migrant 11.1 and sister, Mrs. Dorothy Na- i
In this'area to assist in'the harvesting At U. S. Sugar Plant' Field The Pahokee High Blue Devil Point for 25 years, coming. here:. poles one, also of Atlanta. !
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Station. at Canal Point football team will play five gamesat from Texas. '
operations. \ Funeral services were held at !
''i ?. .* Data Temp Rainfall home 'on Lair Field this season: She is survived by her husband, '
Dectaur jGa., Wednesday. i
rf i TO ELKS 'MEETING 1 max: mJn. t lnseapug Oct. 7,, Forest Hills; Oct. 21, Lake William Wayne, Canal Point; two ; lilGLADES !
i Those from 'the' Pahokee-Canal I ; ,31 < 86 70 .28 Worth; Nov. 4, Okeechobee; Nov. sisters, Mrs. Mae Hester San Ber- "

k.. PotatWa .\vkOpIent; attend/the Sept.. 1 '89 70 .37 11, Vero Beach; Nov.. 23, Belle nandino, Calif., and Mrs. Dorothy GROWTH I

i fall.conference of the Florida State Sept .2 85 71 .35 Glade. Season tickets reserving Huron, San Antonio, Texas. -
i f.,. Elks Associatioas'.ate Leeaburg.thls !ept:3 ,87' 69 ( .,..00fSept.4 choice seats in the stadium for Burial was at the Port Mayaca 1950 1960 !

weekend. ,S.t.-l0-1a, are Wily! 82 71 .06 these:home games, are now on saleat Cemetery.. "V s Belle Glad 6, 8Sh 11,219Pahokee 'j+

Ericksoh, exalted reksf-of; .Pahokee Sept.'5* 85 73 ..00 the high school office. Bank of _-1_.- 4,476 4j 31 i

BPOE Lodge XBgdMrlsrErickson Sept.,6 89 68 .00. Pahokee, with Frank Gillis to Mrs. W. W. White win 'presentthe South Bay .. ... 1,045 1.&J2 I

Mr. and'Dom.. J mW..- Vahn .Normal Sept. rainfall 8.2 charge and at Sears Hardware, program at the September Canal Point _.__ 1,022" V V 833f I''
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and niece, Mss l Caoolyn :Sellers Sept,,I960-rainfall to date .85 store in Canal PetaL I meeting of.the Ione'PattersOn Cir- ->ief
: Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Jensen, ,; "am m I cle, Canal Point Woman's Missionary Mrs W. c..Mock.:mother of Mrs. I

a' Mr.' and, Mrs. '1f i WWiMdn.A n.: Y -.' and Mrs. ,Ralph O. Johnson Mr*.and'Mrs.-Lewis Walker andfamily I Union, at the church Monday at W B Nix/has returned'toPahokeeV i
\ the Vfri and relatives 3 'm.Mrs. W S, after spending the summer with i
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:. I the DCT program are window display a given phase of work he is moved ; \

DCTProgramAgain journalism auto mechanics, to another operation. I I
photography, typewriter repair, Students and employers interested .
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: .. -' In Pahokee SchoolPahokee ; electrical equipment repair dentalor in entering the program for the :
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," doctor's assistant, secretarial, coming year should contact Josh- '
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; : retail sales, nursery school assist- ua Seaver at Pahokee. High School... i ..
.. I High School will again ants- bookkeeping, banking, ho cl. .. .. -*. ;
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i offer Diversified Cooperative :management and many more. Miss Radio Glades 4

Training (D. 'C;. T.) program according -tl To qualify for 'DCT the student >

f: to Howell L. Watkins, must,be a junior or senior at least Receives Her CrownMiss

County Superintendent. of Public
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: Instruction. Judy Epstein of Pahokeewas
Operated ow the same schedule maintained 'at least a "C" average crowned Miss Radio Glades of

\ as regular senior high classes, DCT the.'past semester., J 1960 at the second annual Miss
Students accepted will be placed I Radio Glades pageant held on the !
Rardin Building In Canal Point Florida is designed to bridge the gap between -...
The In
;' the employment of their choice breakwater at Pahokee Harbor
school and job. The program I I for four hours on-the-job,training Monday afternoon under the sponsorship J
.c: ,THE LAKE OKEEOHOBEE REGION HOME OF f offers the ,student a combination!I each afternoon., The student also : of radio station WRIM. The

; of "vocational guidance_ practical I spends four hours a day!usually in j:reigning beauty queen, who attended
!THE --EVERGLADES NEWS: oa:tre:job training and study related -...I the morning, in classes at the ,Palm Beach Junior College last J

J to 'pe. job through the cooperation schools kingtwoh urs of regular year, was awarded an inscribed
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.' ,. Serving' the Lake,Okeechobee Farming Region,WtthoutInterruption of school, ,parents and em: schob) bjectsand;, ,two hour.? trophy and merchandise prizes;
4r Every Week for More Than 30 Years ployers.: devoted to study directly related to gifts from local merchants She

: Established March'.11,1924, .- Published:Every Friday ,_,The DCT.program is now operating their job.needs.. was crowned by Miss Suzanne Morgan -

, Subscription.,Price $2.00 Year. In Advance successfully in more' than 125 While in training, students receive last year's winner.
, .: Florida high schools and last year ''wages comparable to beginning Miss Labora Crosby, Pahokee *

k'', 'TherEvergladell c,News Entered at the PostOffice had an enrollment of, over 3,000 I wages for that particular typeof High School Senior, as runner-up
ij" In Canal Point,,Florida, as Second Class Matter students. ,Participating ,students employment. The employer assigns in the bea y-pel'8Onality contest

worked in 1,647 occupations, school' duties to the student super- also received a trophy and prizes..
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"" officials said. This year an esti- vises his progress, and gives in- The other eight finalists. were. presented '-
mated 50 county businesses will struction, each step of the job. A with gifts. J
Foot Ball Schedules Linda G. McRaney, .. .
: take part in the, program. record is kept of operations per- ,
t: For Glades Teams W.eds'Sam McKinstryMr. Some of: the vocations that students formed by the student and when he CLASSIFIED ADS

have been, trained in under. has reached the proficiency level in PAY BIG DIVIDENDS.
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PAJIOKEE and Mrs. Webb McRaney 'I

1' Sept. 23: at Riviera Beach announce the marriage of their -...
F : Sept. 30: at Clewiston 'daughter, Linda Gale, to Pvt. Sam- ,

',: Oct. 7: Forest Hill uel McKinstry, U. S..Army, son
: ', Oct.'14: at Fort Pierce lof I j Mrs. J.W. Guthrie) of Miami and
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;" .' Oct. 21: Lake Worth Sam McKinstry, Jr., of Pahokee.

Oct. 28: at Stuart The double ring ceremony took L .

c' Nov. 4: Okeechobee place Saturday Aug. 20, In the I' | pj t ii[ ffi ffi i Ifi iTi 1LJ iJiff11
, Nov. 11: Vero Beach \ pastorium of the Baptist Churchat ( '
( I Nov.' 18: at Seacrest Ozark, Ala., with the pastor, off Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 62550Belle Glade

Nov.. 23: Belle.Glade the church reading the vows in the .f,

c_.. r! preTJjie: GLADE presence of the bride's mother and I SALES and SERVICE
Sept.16: Lake Weir close friends. I I

Sept. 23: Forest Hill t I The bride is a ,graduate of Pa- Heating '- Air Con it oning" AppliancesCFRONT
;-:1.._ Sept. 30: at Lake Worth :hokee High School' Class of 1959. J ,
:, Oct. 7: Stuart Pvt. McKinstry .graduated from

1.4 Oct. 14: Clewiston Pahokee High School in 1958 and ." .. -, .
,'.' Oct. 21: Seacrest .. Is now serving in the Army ut '

Oct. 28: at Avon Park Fort Rucker, Ala. :
-Nov. 4: at,Fort Pierce ; The couple are making''' their

Nov, 11: Riviera Beach "' ., home atLDaleville, Alsu,.while he is
Nov. 23; at Pahokee <:'< I stationed at ,Fort Rucker. T. '. .
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/ Sept. 16: Jupiter ; State Welfare,Aids IS ;
{ .Sept. 23: at Clewiston ,}

,I Sept. 30: Arcadia \}:: 5,038,County People j Jj
; Oct. 7: St. Anastasia Y: ,- 'f
.; Oct. 24: Sebring- Thomas E. Penjck. Chairman of "

Oct. 21: at Kissimmee i ; District 10 Welfare; Board' of the .
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"c Nov. 11: at Avon Park .S > reported that in Palm Beach .
: / Nov. 18: Fort"Meade County 5,038 persons were 'assisted -
! :, '.:.Nov., 24: Stuart ,In' the four categories of public f tr <<.

',,. \ :CLEWISTON assistance for the month of Au- -
ft'I Sept. 23: Okeechobee % .. ,

.::. (' Sept. 30: Pahokee ;<.-... gust.A total of.. .,731 persons received ': r r \
ry Oct. 7: at Fort Pierce Old.Age Assistance in the amountof I ,

f:, Oct.14. at Belle Glade 8809100. 85: persons received d' 3I
L Oct. 21: Forest.Hill Aid.to the.Blind,.totaling $5,215.00. '
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f' Oct. 28: at Seacrest 786 ,families, representing 2,378 I I
'"" Nov. "4: Lake Worth children, received Aid to'Dependent ,
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N-" < Nqv. U: Stuart Children in theamount of $49, ; :: ,
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r' Nov. 181 at Riviera Beach 227.00.197 persons received.Aid to % v. .'
the Disabled in the amount 'uf

; $11,260.00.In .

addition,471 children received

serviceduring ,the month,. 182 ofl l i
whom in foster homes. ,The
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total state:andloCal, cost for these .
t : ;. ) I child 191.50.welfare, ..services. was' $11-I .

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t Mr and Mrs. Ariice Peaden; There were2..adoption,petitions
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fl (Evelyn Louise"Hay))_of Pahokse studied: foe the.Circuit Court:-These
announce- ;.the,birth; .of.ajjon Lance are children"placed_in homes'independent -

Eric, at: the, Everglades'Memorial\, of service through a licensed 'f ,
:Hospital,,Aug..B. child placing :agency and

::Mr. andYr&.Earl'Norman Clay the Welfare -Board is responsible .' .
(Martha Barn hi,11) :.f.Pahokee, .an- according:to Jaw to,make these reports
nOUnce the:birth ,of a daughter, to the court. '; "

Debra Sherrel, ;at, the Everglades 'Palm Beach County is also rep- :
Memorial Hospital,,, Aug. '30. resented on the District 10 Wel- ROWCBflHT :

Mr. andMr& Leve Arnold (Dot- fare Board by the Rev. Paul M. : :
tie Irene Lamb) of Canal Point Caasen, :Mrs. Helen R.. Tedder, Mrs. ,
r announce.the birth of a son( Timothy Helen D. Woodward, West Palm

Hayes at Everglades' ;Memorial Beach and Mrs.'Doris Sasser, Pa- '' all through your: home...electrically
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Hospital .Aug. 31.. hokee. .) fa
t. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Miller with RADIO Hand TV "' o. d. lJ
" (Ruby Carter) of Pahokee an- CARD OF THANKSI : Jrjlt ."N'- AD..,. ,'

, nounce the birth of ,a son, John wish to take this opportunity to HAVE A RApiO in eaeryllVOm> kitchen, laundry bedroom, I J to
Edward, at the Everglades,Mwnorr .}' d1iIdre 's playroom, patio -always bandy rem and.iBhere.yeo. -
lal.Hospital..Sept..2. thank;my many friends and neign-.. want.it. Brings you the latest top tones and keeps you shared -:
bors for their' thoughtfulness and :. to aewswortl eTeDf&Cost 80 little worth 80 mueh1 -
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Also SECOND TELEVISION set in home *
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LIONS HEAR STOVAIA "
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/ my your fan end soiasfy everyone. Every family needs an extra TV
Guy Stovall of Fort Lauderdale -
_" Esther Wilson. Each and,every act
' t.eam e individual tastes F'er and DO orne program can please aD.
retired SRD official was guest of kindness will .
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long ; 'The latest models are fantastic .living cote pushbUtton J)
speaker at the Tuesday luncheon ed. .
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May you. remote control tuning .larger non-glare screen: .. .'and light- "
meeting the Pahokee Lions dub .
William W. Wilson .. ,
.J.j. that bigtimer ormaaoe.
, portables
Introduced by Frank Tiffls, the .. 8I8. ",

w,: speaker,,who was a resident of Pa Mrs. L. W. Armstrong, Mrs. Aid for the til mateseiMationmsotHid,we suggest the vet, ti "' .:t
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t Pass Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florid. \ Friday, September 9, 1000 .
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John W. Cook,son of Mr. ,and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kautz WillI'] \

.; Mrs. Roy Vandegrif, Jr., will leave take their son, Ronnie, Sunday to I I I'!Mrs.; Moore Names J

[ 1 PERSONAL NEWS NOTES i I this weekend for Jacksonville Coconut Grove where Ronnie will}Her Committees .
where he will enroll in Bolles Mil enroll in the Ransom School for .
itary Academy as a member of the Boys. 1-trs. Jimmy Moore, president of
the Beta Omicron \
Chapter Beta
sophomore class. Fred Hickerson Jr. will leave
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t.j< ; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxson and from a visit of several days with Mrs. Julian Branch and children Friday of next week to enroll at Sigma Phi Sorority named Mrs.

X:,.' .'l son and Mr. and Mra J. P..Parker his mother and other relatives at have returned home. from, Hender-. the: Admiral Farragut Military Julian Branch chairman of the social J

; :: and sons spent the labor Day holidays .Cairo Ga. sonville, N. c-:, -. ,'- Academy fin St._ Petersburg.Mr. committee at a meeting of the
!i at the Sea Spray, "Riviera Mrs. Gene Waits and children Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kepp ha/e and$ Mrs. J. D. Latham, Jr., chapter, the first of the fall season,
f.0, Beach. have returned from a three-week returned .to their home at Canal have.ret med to Cocoa after a visit j 1 at the home of Mrs. Don Zaccog- I

'f Mrs Frances Dunson have as a visit with. relatives in Andalusia.Ala. Point'"after: spending; two months., of several days with their parents;|nino. At the same time Mrs, C. L. ,

': guest this week her niece, Miss at Naples* -. Mr.. and Mrs. EL- B. Gamble, .at*Pa Shirley, Jr., was appointed ways '
t-,1\ri 'If Phyllis Green of Newberry, Fla. Mr and Mrs. E. Dr Sims Jr., Mrs. Claude Shirley, Jr., is attending -I hokee and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. La,and means chairman; Mrs. W. A. .'

: :;. Mr.and Mrs:'Roy Vandegrift, Jr., have as a house guest her mother, the three-day Baptist Associational tham at Canal Point. '<,I Cross, Jr., Girl Scout representative -
{ and son, John, accompanied by Mrs. Nannie Mallory, of Richmond, conference this week at and Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Jr., :,

r her mother; Mrs.. R. J. Welch, and Va. Deland, where she is taking a ; -"I j alternate representative to the so
Joe Graham, spent the holidays at .Mrs J. K.. Royeton is'visitingher course, hi Young Woman's Auxiliary County- Cooperates rority's city council.

t the Rod and Reel. Club., Jupiter daughter- family, Mr. and work.. In Safety Program' ;\ Mrs. Milton Salvatore, program: ;
Kirkner in Ft. Pierce chairman, a on "In- _
'Inlet.r Mrs. Charles Charles 'Stewart has returned :n gave program

: )Ir. and Mrs.,Lester Duncan are for,'several weeks. Statesboro, Ga., after a visit here The Florida, Farm Bureau\ Fed'; troductions and Invitations," and

returning1: to Gainesville, aft* Miss Billie'Hand is a patient in with his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. eration and the ,Agricultural EXT presented each: member with 'her .

'spending a week here. They plan to the Good Samaritan, hospital in C. D. Stewart. tension Service of Florida are co; program book, entitled "Conduct-

., return'to their home in Canal'Point West-Palm Beach,having had'surgery I Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Chastain are i operating with the Florida Safety Expression Pul pose."

4ti later this'fall,for the winter season. Tuesday? ." I I visiting thier sons-in-law and ,I Council in organizing a Safety Pro It was' announced the chapter's

Mr. and Mrs: C.,lUWetherignton 'Mr.. W. A. Stevens is a patientin daughters, Mr and Mrs. Clyde Grif- gram in three Florida Counties. I secret sister party will be held at .
: 'and sons visited' his 'mother, Mrs.C. Good Samaritan hospital having I fies at Calhoun, Ga.and Mrs and s The counties selected are Walton the home of the president, Mrs.

R. Wetherington, 'Sr., in Fort :had eye surgery Wednesday. Mrs. Sidney Smith af Tiffin, Ga.- County, Lake County and,the Ever- Moore Sept. 15. Refreshmentswere
't Lauderdale,. the past week. Pratt Pope is a patient at Ever- Mrs. J. B. Seckinger and' daugh glades Area of Palm Beach County. served' by Mrs. Zaccongnino.

JUr. arid.:Mrs Robert Zachritz glades Memorial 'hospital.Mr. ter, Miss Kay -Seckinger, have returned We are inviting you or some mem -
and children of Miami were weekend and ,Mrs. David Unwin and to Glennville, Ga., after a ber of your group to attend an organization -
r guests of her sisters, Mrs. Joe children spent. the weekend at visit here with Mr. and I4Irsr Paul meeting at the Glades Legion Convention

k" Thompson in Pahokee and, Mrs. Palm Beach Shores. l.ardin.Wayne- Office Building at 8:00 p. m. Thurs: Endorse "Torch" ,
Marvin Unwin In Belle Glade, and Mrs. W. M. DuBose was the Ludlam, son of Mr. and day, September 15th. -

f- families. guest of Mrs. Ruth'Swearington fn Mrs. J. W. LUdlam/ enrolled the S Speakers ,representing abovementioned MIAMI BEACH,-Off\Jcials of the
f. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Maxwell of West Palm Beach over the week- first'of the week at the Florida groups win be presentto 1960 American Legion National

,. Lowell Fla, visited his parents, end.Mr. Military Academy in Deland. assist in a proper organizationof Convention 'nave endorsed the Cityof
I .'' Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maxwell, in and Mrs. J. D. Hooks had as Millard Stanley has returned to a safety study in the Glades sec- Miami's "Torch of Friendship"to

P Pahokee over the weekend.Mrs. guests the past week their granddaughter his studies at the University of tion. ; be dedicated Oct. 19.

'. M H. Baxter has returned Mrs. Gwynne Willis, and I Illinois after 'spending a between- These safety groups have beep The torch is a concrete shaft

.f., -' from Miami where she was a guests her husband of Fort Myers.Mr. semesters vacation ,here with his active in 'several states and have standing 14 feet high and topped by ,
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: r for several days of her nephew and and Mrs. J. C. Mock were parents Mr.. and Mrs. M. P. Stan- developed a '"safety conscience"that an .everlasting flame to symbolize
niece, Mr. nad Mrs. Kenneth Weils the house guests of their son and ley.Mr. has actually' resulted in substantial -.1 American's perpetual friendship

!: and family. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Lewis Hayes and I decreases in accident and with Latin America. The dedicationwill

Bascom A. Belcher has returned Rupert Mock, and family at Fort daughters, Sybil have, returned have been helpful in !stabilizing and coincide with the Legion's con-
i-: Myers Bead the past week. from Fitzgerald, Ga., where they I actually decreasing insurancerates. : vention which will be in session en

,,' W. A. Stevens, Sr., is recuperating were called by the death of Mrs. i Miami Beach, Oct. 1520.

I from eye surgery performed at Hayes' uncle, William Livingston. I All of era recognize the hazards Miami Mayor Robert King High, .
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Classified Ads a West Palm' Beach, hospital Wed- 'Mrs. Pete Brookshire and daughter of all types of accidents and know said formal. .invitations to attend
nesday. Hilda, have. returned from, a the disastrous effects of accidents I ithe dedication have been set lo

r ,David W.,. Barney returned to three-week visit, with relatives'' at jon the farm and in ,the homes Tn President Eisenhower, Vice President -
HAD A VISITOR Give 2661 a Jacksonville Monday afternoon Claxton, Ga. fact accidents seem to have no pattern Nixon, Senator John Kennedyand

.' ring and let us know about it I after a visit with his parents, Mr.and Mr.. and Mrs.W., G. Mole will of where they occur or when ledalng officials from dentral

and we will be happy to put the i Mrs. George Ramey in Paho spend the .weekend in Tampa,I but our present society seems to and South America.

;_ 'f' item in our personal news column.I kee over the weekend. Enroute to guests of his.-brother,and sister-in- find accidents increasing in' all,I_ .

,.( tai Of course, there is NO CHARGE. Pahokee he also visited his brother- law, Mr.and'Mrs. C:W. Mol .,They f areas of our life. 'This.is a dangerous !.. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Geiger spent

' '*#*Thanks. The Everglades News.. in-law and sister, .Mr, and Mrs. ,will accompanied by their son, factor and certainly- we need I!.the Labor Day weekend at Pine

._ ,* IS YOUR CLUB OR Church group Hugh G. Miller, m, at Rockledgeon Wallace Graham Jr., who will enroll I to take advantage; of known research -I Island on the West Coast.

iaeeting this week? We would be Saturday.Mrs. for'the fall.semester at Florida. in this field'and to take positive t "
t. ADVERTISEMENT FOR LEASE
J glad to know'about It and win user Ada Culberson had as Christian College,
*: it as a news item If' you'll just guests over the weekend her son- Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Branch and in these costly results of apparently !'I,I the Sealed HOUSING proposals AUTHORITY will be received Or'TIU.. by
continuous
accidents. .
give us a ring at 2661. Thanks. in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. children have returned, from Hen- CITY OP BELLE GLADE: at Its XtfflCfe
F The Everglades News. Thore ,is no W. O. Stamps, of Opa Locka and dersonvUle, N. C., where.they spent Please make plans to have a rep I in Center.the Belle Osceola Glade Farm Florida Labor, until Supply 12:00I
resentative at this
!f. :: .charge, of course. Mr. Stamps' mother, Mrs. MaryE. the summer.. meeting, Thursrj Noon EST. September 20. 1960 for pro-
.:..:, Stamps- Atlanta, Ga.: also day, September 15, 1960. :j|I posals to lease one site In each Osceola
Mr. and,Mrs. J D. Holland.have I
_iIS, YOUR SUBSCRIPTION past Farm Labor Supply Center and Okee-
Mrs. Culberson's son and daught chobee Farm Labor Center, of Belle
with relatives
visit
returned from
due? If you're going on vaca- a
Site Olade, Florida for the Installation and
'i er-in-law, MR,, and Mrs. W. E. Cul
Uon let us have check, before you in Claxton, Ga. Cape Coral operation of an automatic coin 'operated -
berson, and her daughter, Mrs. laundry service. The proposed
Send $2.00 and we'll renew Dr. Beulah Ward,and daughter,
go.
, Rosa Curie, all of West Palm For Writers MeetingCAPE lease form Is available for Inspection .
,". your paper for one 'year. The Barbara,have moved from Braden- at the principal office of the undersigned
Beach.
Everglades News, Canal Point, ton to Pahokee where they are I
Each bid must state the amount of
CORAL The Florida
.Fla. Mrs. Mildred Schoeppel. is visit- making.their home with her.sister,' : rent the bidder will pay per month for
. ; ing her son-in-law and. daughter Outdoor Writers' Association 1960'.each site. He must also furnish with the
Mrs. T. E, Pennington.and family.
FOR SALE: New and used WillysJeeps. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore, and,-family Dr. Ward is anew member or. the fall convention.. is expected to. attract -:signed I
Walter Ashley's Garage i three credit references and a letter
in Miami this 'week. 1'of
Belle Glade School faculty.Mr. approximately 100 membersand '
',' 3058., i a manufacturer or distributor of '
in Belle Glade, Phone
Oct. -M-cb.. The Pahokee Assembly, Order of and Mrs. R. R. (Bob) Hen- their families to this west i such equipment agreeing to install the \
] Rainbow for Girls, will elect officers equipment for the bidder If his bid Is
derson visited her nephew and coast city, October 79. I accepted1.;;
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. PRINTING OF ALL KINDS. If at a meeting in the Masonic niece, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Smith; Dates for the convention were I A certified or cashier's check made
payable to the
you need cards, envelopes; letterheads Hall Monday night., In Tampa over the weekend.' announced, by 'Edmund' MclAurin,i II to tne y flrst months undersigned total rent equlvaljent shall'accompany \
: statements, bill heads, hand Mr. and Mrs. W. 'L. Smith of: each bid. The checks of- all
row :president, inr St.. Peters
weekendwas
Plant City'spent the, weekend' inCanal' The Labor'Day holiday bidders not accepted, trill be returned -
_bills, or something in the printing enjoyed at Salerno Beach by: burg. He said that in addition to i within 10 days after the lease is ,
Point, guests of their son awarded The successful bidder
chill
j line Just step to the phone and caB i
r daughter-in-law, Mr.. and :Mrs..1Bay Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson, Mr. and freelance, newspaper and magazine execute the proposed lease within ten
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The Everglades News at Canal : Mrs. Frank Gillls and family ,and writers from Florida, several leadsing I daysafter notice of acceptance of hla 1
:Point: No 2661.We are experts in Smith.Mr. bid ana check shall be retained as. the -
: and Mrs. Roy VuldegrUt.J'r., Mr. and Mrs. Milton Salvatore and out-of-state writers are expected first month rent. If the successful bid
I' producing excellent, printing and! der falls
to attend the conclave. to execute the lease within
' ?our prices arer;&.ti4aewith out of have as a house',guest.her.mother; family. "' the time provided, the sum paid with
;' to Mrs. R. J. Welch, of Lake City, 3. Miss Jane Watson is spending* a4few 1'h1s'meeting ,in 'October mill'definitely'Iavee the bid'shall be forfeited to the undersign -
.town printers who; cpma d. The undersigned reserves ,the
.glades for printing busi"ne l $,lease \i: "'! Lt' **' l,
a us a can.Pone.21: "'Mr i .. JiIiIIk. 1: \I41n8, Mr. aMrs.Joha-:' is iauri?})fi'J id. 1J' h nesch: lewd lL: accept rjject or modify any Ofrallj

.. ,. : ; y: and ,,relatiyea,,1 a clinic at which,_conservation_ on and' "".j .ftHOU3INO.. AUTHORrrS .OF
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\ :$ YOU NEED A IE Y a'vialf "Pii: ; Tlx"MMi'ss' Carley Bracewcutbn tiifP 111 a tIIDUJ:: ... dfd Mrw P THE CTTT OF BELLE: ?
? Call H. W. Scrape Plumbing AU Carolina. ''I.tioi ': l and Patsy Mtm, all.I will be discu'.yer tfJ q. C .- 'fim tBy> .GLADE: Emmett: S. RobertaExecutive

ork-- guaranteed field 4Ie inj at ,:.N pdg*at'Jones Bu: napjPqggi>J:,j the alters are.also ex- .KJl Secretary. +
( : getskeershooting ii"** "+f 'ft; fV'* JSWplfcnTSept. 8. and 15. 1960. I,.
";tag, septic tank ,. watel and sons have ;returned from; ,their Orlando, spent the holiday wee J ro : to some fismng, i
fixtures *7v *"'-* > "* *
_:heater and bath repair summer home w at Conesus Lake, end with their parentS foCanal I and general recreation NOTICE OF INTENTION.
parts for sale. ,AU work guaran- N.: Y. Point and Pahokee. during the weekend. TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS
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teed. H. W. Scrape, Phone 7547 Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fraser visited Mr.. and Mrs. Graham Mole re- Cape, Coral is located 12 mlles NAME
'$Pahokee. Fla. 1tpAcreageRealtor their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. turned recently from a week's visit i southwest of Ft. Myers. I Notice Is hereby given that:the '
t and Mrs. W. D Davenport, and with relatives and frineds in.North & fI .... undersigned, under the provisions ..

family in Tampa enroute home Florida. Merger DiscussionBy of Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida
from Houston, Texas, where they Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Schroder II Acts of 1941, will register with

stayed for, a month, while Mr. had as guests Sunday their son and Two RailroadsJACKSONVILLEBoth ;the Clerk of the Circuit Court in '

Fraser was having a medical check- daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. and for Palm Beach County, Florida '

Specializing in Agricultural up and treatment.Mr. Bobby Schroder, and daughter of Atlantic -' upon receipt of proof of Publication -

ACREAGE of all kind and Mrs. Joe E. Thompsonwere Hypoluxo Coast Line and Seaboard Air of this notice, the fictitious 3

Glace years experience in accompanied home, from.I. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rice of Line railroads, in the midst of a name, to wit: I' :
Mucklands.: CaB me Ridgecrest, N. C, by their children,!;[I Belle Glade have welcomed into merger discussion showed sub- GLADES REFUSE COLLECTION -..
when you want to BUY, Yvonne and Joe Erby, who had I their home a. six-month-old infant stantial profits in reports on the SERVICE t

SELL, TRADE,' or Invest; la spent five weeks at summer; camps [son, Steven Ray, for adoption. 'Mr. first seven months of 1960. But under which we are engaged in ,

Real Estate A ge.Thurmond there. ,Rice is research agronomist at the they fell behind last year's pace. business at Pahokee, Florida. .:j
Atlanta I USDA Field Stationin ACL which is That the parties interested Inn
Mrs. Robert Allen of Sugar Crops' moving its main >,' ""
Ga./acompanied by motI er-Iri-law, .: Canal Point.f headquarters from Wilmington N. said business are as follows: ""'

W Knight Mrs., Sallie Allen, and uncle, B. F. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Maxson, c., to Jacksonville, netted $2.65 a BOB AND BILL SHACKFORD,
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Russell of Memphis, Tenxu, were acompanied by Mr. and Mrs. W. O. share. This 'compares with. $3.03 a Owners '
REALTOR I guests here of her uncle and aunt, Green of West Palm Beach, attended share last,year Pahokee, County of Palm Beach,

Box 1422,'YI4-86, VI8-2662 Mr.and, Mrs. L"S. Guthrie. the Pittsburg Steelers-Balti- Seaboard showed a profit ol$1.84a Florida Sept. 9, 1960. ,

Riviera Beach, Florida. W. O. Moss Jr., has returned more. Colts professional football ,share ,'as compared to $1.98, a Firm Name: Glades Refuse Collection
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Page'Six The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, September 9,.1960
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{." I mortality and find the Indissoluble pastor of First Baptist Church, Pa-

': spiritual link which establishes hokee, in accepting a call to serve
I man forever in the divine likeness Forest Hill Baptist Church Lake

1 inseparable from his creator." Clarke Shores, in West Palm

,:} r n, :.. 1 1r. ..i.. Beach, will become leader of a

: building project there 'to erect a

.. '. I Rev. James E.Boyd sanctuary at a site on Forest Hill
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Called W. P. Beach.In The newly appointed pastor be-
[ comes the first to serve that chur-

-. i I ch on a full-time basis. Forest Hill

I last week's isue of The Ever- Baptist Church was founded February

1c I glades News 'we printed a short 1960 and until its church
c The Pahokee Church Canal Point First ([Christian Science, story about the resignation of Rev. plant is built will continue to hold

James E. Boyd from the First Bap- services at 520 S. Congress Ave.
:' Of The Nazarene Baptist Church Group Of Canal PointGod's tist Church In Pahokee. This week .... -

71 Bacon Point Road j Elder R.E.Barfield promises to mankind are we have more information available Mrs. Thompson Talks
'. :FCrausweH.. PaRR and are printing it herewith:
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substantiated
I SUNDAY: being today through
Phone 7528 P. O.' Box 862 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School v scientific understanding of Spirit. Mr. Boyd, a native of Virginia To Mission Group
' SERWCE3
'" SUNDAY : 11:00 a. m Morning'Worship took his theological training at
( 9:45 a.si, Sunday School. This is a theme of the Mrs. Joe Thompson presentedthe
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Southern Baptist Seminary I
non on "Substance" w
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship.. ; .
8:00'p.. m. Evening Worship mission program; "You, a
6:30 p. m. -Jnalaa. read this Sunday at earned a master's degree in
WEDNDESDAY: World the
Baptist, at September
Science churches. He is Car
7:00 p. m.-Sunoay: Evening m.-Yidwee1t theology. a graduated
7:30
I EvangeHaac Service. p.* :Service Prayer Experiences of three men who son-Newmon College, Jefferson meeting of the Pahokee Baptist'

WEDNESDAY received the fulfillment. divine City Tenn., and pursued; Bibical Woman's Missionary Union, in the
2nd and 4th TUESDAYS
7:30 p. m. Mdweek Prayer : promises-Abraham, Moses and studies during a summed of travel church Tuesday afternoon. She
7:30 m.-Ladies Auxiliary
p. : '
. meeting. I Zachariaa-will be featured in the in Egypt and the,Holy Land. was assisted by,Mrs. E. B. Gamble
"Where yOu are a, stranger but Meeting.- Bible readings, which also include Active in the Florida Southern WMU president Mrs. Wendell Har-

once" this verse from Isaiah: "For the Baptist Convention, Mr. Boyd is ris, Mrs. C. S. Davis and Mrs. J. H.
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The Methodist Church mountains shall depart, sand the presently a member'of the State Wilkinson, Jr. Mrs. M. P Stanley,

First.Methodist Canal Point Florida hills be removed; but mY"kindness Board of Missions and he is moderator gave the devotionalsA

shall not depart from th'ee; neither ? of the. Palm Lake Baptist Palm-Lake Association executive -
Church Pahokee
.. Robert A.Shelley, Pastor I shall the convenant of my peace be Association. board meeting on Oct. 13 was

-* SUNDAY:, removed, saith the Lord ,that hath ''Mrs.: Boyd, is the former Miss announced. It was also announcedthe
Rev. Clare S. Hall 10:00 a. m.-:.Church School I mercy on the" (54:10). ,Janie T. Barnes, Hopkinsville, Ky., four WMU circles will meet

SUNDAY: 11:00''L m.-Morning Worship Among passages tobe, read from and was graduated from George- Jointly at the church Sept. 13 at

9:45 a. m.-Church School 6:30: p. m. Youth Fellowship "Science and Health with Key to town College in Kentucky. Mr. and 3 p. m, when Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson,

t 11:00 a. nu Morning Worship 7:30 pi m*-Evening Worship Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy Mrs. Boyd are the parents .of three Jr., chairman, will report the recommendations -
,6i5 p.n.HYF'Z
MONDAY: the following (461:12): "It is, only children Laura Ann, 13 years old, of the nominating
TUESDAY.: p. m.: Evening Worship 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice by acknowledging the supremacyof Jane, aged nine years, and Jimmy, committee, a new slate of WMU

7:00 m Vesper Choir prac- TUESDAY: Spirit, which annuls the claims eight years of age. officers will be elected and installs -
p.ticeWEDNESDAY. 8:00 p.. m.-Woman's Society of matter, that mortals can lay off J I The.Rev., James E. Boyd, former s .

: 1st Tuesday. I ,
2nd MONDAY: .
745 m.-4fd-week devotions
p. 7:30 m.-Esther Class meeting
p.
, \ / 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac-
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SUNDAY MASSES '9:45 A. M-Sunday School x3 Rx;. g;, t- '. Ni>1. .YE :.r':. k r9 S'i

'. First: two masses of the month .11.;00. A.'!. Morning'Worship
r 11:00,, ', 7:00.P. M.-L.. W: W. B. '(Parsonage S
! ;Other Sundays at 7:30. ) T.A4t ; 4':, h }..mss..;:3,
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St. Peter's Lutheran 7:30 P.M.Tuesday-Prayer Meet

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jf. -..-Church- '
. 'Erwin J. Baumgartner. Pastor 7:30 P..)rL'Friday- !"PE. lI
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" Divine Services 11 A. M. Canal ;Pt Missionary 4

School 9:45 A. M. Baptist Church
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Rev. Charles D. Stewart Pastor
. Holy Nativity ': SUNDAY: Y{ ?{?

(0 Episcopal Church 9:45 a. m, Sunday School

'.' Pahokee *. 11:00 a. .Morning Worship: ,..? ,' 4f' ,x, .}n
'm-r-Training.-Union. .
6:30'p.
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I First Baptist .; .Of:Prophecy, Pahokee :' .

Church, Pahokee= Cana.: Point Road- I -4--

. '; T John :a, .KJnard pastor ,, .If. '
r Rev. James E. Boyd pastori .
.10:00::a:' la.- Sniiday Schools,
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, '.'UOO'1m.Momtng 9-45,a. m. -Snnday School'WDrsb1p,\", ,_*, "UOO'a.7:45=pi?m.-Pre8.Ch1ng'tterVlCtf mEvangelistic': : Service i ,: ".. .. > .. .

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WEDNESDAY: Everyone'welcome. 'Special music -. ,".'

J: 8:00 p. m. -Prayer Meeting.' and staging.. f+d r>':'.W :.-- S '''\1f ';- l f'' I !'- '" ,q. :- ,.H' ?'o. '> .',
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I '.,' .; 'Page Eight <{ The Everglades News: ; Canal Point,' Florida Friday, September 9, I960

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t,:: New.State Law Tot Potluck Supper By Accident Survey r'

The Farm Bureau THEATRESPRINCE

; 'Affect Fish Board Members of-Everglades. Farm Scheduled Glades. -

r -' I Bureau celebrated the end of a t '. LAKE DRIVEINPahokee

;'.. : If a proposed Constitutional successful membership drive witha The Pahokee-Belle Glade' area Pahokee-Belle Glade Road

,_ Amendment is passed the Florida potluck supper in the Community has been selected as one ,of four
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f" Game and FresH Water Fish CommisSion Building' at the Glades Park. pilot sites Florida for a detailed -- """ -

;;, could be completely disbanded Fifty-nine new members were add- accident survey, according', to the -2IHGFEATUnESSUNDAYIONDAYTUESDAY -

,? according to the Florida ed to the membership roll, raisingthe Florida Farm Safety Committee. SAY.MONDAY -TUESDA'

. Wildlife Federation. total to 426. In adition, there Gainesville.Dr. SEPTEMBER 11-12 '
SEPTEMBER 11-12
< ... "Many conservationists. are un- were promises of 41 membershipsin M. O. Watkins, -chairman,

,\ -,' der the impression that the propOs- the near future. says a detailed survey will be started "THE GIANT S 1JLYSSES"
ed amendment would constitute Robert Stokes of South Bay in the area this fall to determinethe '

i 7. only mihorchanges," said. Hubert served as chairman of the .drive number and types of accidents, OF If AT? A TWOW KIRK DOUGLAS AND t

W. Robertson of Fort Lauderdale, and other: directors,were team!cap- contributing causes, effects, extent SLVANA MANGANOSTEVE

Federation president, "but, in fact, tains.; Hilton ;Jones and Robert and possible ways to prevent: future REEVES, MYLENE xso .
:: "* the Constitutional change could Simonson, both of Pahokee, were hazards of the .same kind. I DEMONGEOT AND I

7, well' destroy all that the Federation awarded prizes for signing up the Representatives' from all organized -I I I DANIEL RACCA "Summer Love"

has accomplished along, this most members. groups in the area are requested I

.'2: line in many years pf effort." Wives of members formed' the to attend the kick-off meeting 10: 1I1111111111111H. ...... 11111111110111111. t of 1.111111111

i r A careful examination of the committee in charge of supper 'ar scheduled for Thursday, September

L. new proposal, whicJ ..w1l1' be voted rangements. New members were' 15at the Agricultural-Center in Mrs Jenkins'Weds Busch"Gardens In I
on in'November's election, reveal I invited guests.Former. Belle Glade.
: *m m Sn Elmer 0. WinchMrs. Tampa Draw Tourists
Ia clause: changing the appointment j This organizational meeting will

of Commission from January 1,: begin at 7:30 p. m. An area safety -
:; 1941, the date of its ortg1nalincep. Pastor committee will be formed and planswill ., Hazel Lillian Jenkins' .of I TAMPA-' ;;one-millionth person

tion, to January 1. 1961. be made to 'conduct the year- Pahokee and Elmer O'Dell Winchof to visit Tampa's newest free

After consulting attorney,the Pahokee :Called To long survey of all area residents. Pahokee and Buffalo, N. Y., tourist attraction, Busch Gardens,

L Federation officers said'the change At present, no accurate figures were married Saturday, Sept. 3, in was :honored recently by ficals

.' .in appointment, date :would .mean- for the number of various types of the parsonage of the Methodist of the Anheuser-Busch: Brewing

that.the present Commission would Northwood ChurchRev. accidents within the state_are avail Church at Okeechobee, with the Co.The

be.non-existant at that time and a able. This and. future surveys will Rev. B. J. Ragsdale, ,pastor, officiating gardens, in little more than a

:. completely :new commission would Hal ,form the basis of future;safety pro- at the double ring* cere year since they were opened, have
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Hunter, former pastorof
4 be"appointed.. i motions. The complete safety pro- mony. grown to be Florida's number one
the First Baptist Church in Pa-
: "Our present Commission is ef- grain will combat accidents in the The bride wore, an imported blue free tourist attractions. Mr. Otto

ficient, experienced and has a good hokee, has accepted the pastorate home, on the highways,on the.farmand '''I'voile street-length dress with white Marks, .of Tampa, was the one-mil
of Northwood Baptist Church in
concept of our conservation problems Bedch in many other ,areas. acessories and fe white carnation lionth visitor to sign the guest
West Palm succeeding Rev,
," Robertson said. "A com- Special.emphasis will be placedon I corsage. For the past several years registry.
Allan Watson who to take
I pletefy new'Commission would be a .resigned the accident problems involving I she has ben associated with Kahn's .- Kenneth Bitting, Jr., plant man-
gamble at"best. We would be starting the Baptist pastorate at Tuscaloosa ; migrant labor in this area. The Department Store. ager, sai4 the company would present -
Ala.
all over again." v Farm Safety. Committee,:says that ,After a honeymoon at Daytona gifts to Marks.and his family;
.- The :Wildlife'Federation is en- Rev Hunter is.'the president of an effective accident prevention Beach Mr. and Mrs. Winch will will be. host for the family groupon

gaged, 'in' an all-out campaign to the Florida Baptist -Convention.He program will reduce the accident make their home,in Pahokee, wherehe a deep sea fishing trip and treat

retain the Game and Fresh Water resigned as pastor of the First rate,by as,much,as 60 percent. This is employed d engineer by the them to a '"night on the town" Including

Fish Commission in its present Baptist Church in Crestvlew, Fla', has been proven by experience in Everglades Growers Cooperative., dinner.

form''New'plans for the driveowillbe ,position.to accept. the West Palm.', Beach other areas with activesafety_ cam-j, .. f fr' Sitting said that Indications are \

made at the annual conventionof paigns. that attendance at the gardens will
NEW JfORTHWOOD PASTOR
A graduate Stetson University 1 ,
-the'state'organization in Miami pf Florida has the dubious distinc- increase some 30 per cent next year

thiS'monthSeptember 16," 17, and Class of 1942, he received a tion of ranking: in the top 10 states The ;Rev W Hal.Hunter, president !- .and surpass the paid attendance at
master of theology degree to 1945
\ 18th;) in the country according to deaths Convention Florida attractions such as Silver
of the Florida Baptist
.. from
*- Southwestern
Seminary,
I He served from 1945 to '46 as a I I from burns electricity arid, :lightning : andoljMerP.aSt r, of the ,Pa :Springs and Cypress. ..Gardens. >
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Safety' Program, on farmland and around farm. hokee First Baptist Church, .accepted -
United
chaplain? in.the States Army
service buildings., I 'a call -to become pastor of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Mullin and /'
For The Glades and then assumed'positions. in the I ,
Florida has been of the'few-:; church i
ministry "that.,included. pastor'" of one the Northwood Baptist : in son, :Tommy, have returned to their
states Without"an.. active safety West Palm Beach. Those.from Pa. !home 'at Canal Point after spending
Lake
First Baptist Church,. Wales
*,The Pahokee-Be .Glade of .
ell area associate Committee. Statistics show a marKed hokee who attended,services at the :,the ,summer in Deleware and
and of the Sun
Palm Beach County one of the day School<< Department secretary of'Florida decrease. In accidentsvin'states Northwood church Sunday 'to 'heatl Virginia where he was engaged'to

J \four Florida areas that have been State Convention, 1946 to '47. with active state'and- local' ,orga..' the Rev.,Hunter's sermon' 'the 'vegetable produce business.

selected as sites for safety surveysin ;Mr. Hunter has been an ,ardent zations. -, and ,Mrs. M., P. Stanley, Mr. and While in the North they visited her
Facts such as tfcese have prompted Mrs. J. ,L Humphrey and Mr. and parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Buck*
an attempt to reduce the farm supporter of evangelistic cam-I '
a concerted effort to make the Mrs Alex Johnson ner; for a week at Ferrum, Va.NEW .
paign in Florida, and In Texas,
accident toll, according to the I Pahokee-Belle Glade area and the I
J Illinois, and South Carolina. He I I ,
Florida'Farm Safety Committee. 'state a safer place in which toworkl I
has been at Union i)
Dr. M. O. Waktins, director of speaker Training' I and live.Local leaders in this \ I

the Florida Agricultural Extension conventions on a number pf i ment are. County
occasions,and'presenUy is the Pro-: move-I' '
and committee chairman, says.surveys Agent M. U. Mounts and Ti' -
-will conducted in Alachua, testant preaching mission speakerat Kautz, president of the Everglades :
I Elgin Air Force Base. I' :
Lake and Walton counties as well Farm Bureau.Surveys .
as the Everglades section of Palm Hunter is the former ,Miss are also scheduled to begin '
I'Esther She.: marriedto z ;:
Strange. was
\ Beach ;County. this fall in Lake,.Alachua and .; WAY TO
Mr. Hunter In 1942 and they .
A1 kick-off meeting for all who Walton counties. ._ ;.: :
the of daughter, .
are parent a \
are Interested will be held at- the I :
Court House Annex in Belle Glade Elaine:Marie, aged 16 years and a ; -
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on Septnieber 15, at"7SO p. m. The son, William: Hal Hunter, Jr., 13 I BPW Club To,Host_ -STOPHAND i I

committee will cooperate wjth..organized years, old. A son, Thomas Brenan District Meeting -
Hunter born. in 1951. died, in--infancy "
local groups in making tbt- : : "

.. local studies. I X At the first meeting of the.Paho
Surveys in these four pilot areas kee Business .and. Professional -
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will be use: d to determine .not only Echols Entertain Woman's Club for the fall season, : : '
.the munjter and kinds of accidents; --
:,Wedding Party Wed at the home ofMrs.; Allie.Okie '
but also 'contributing causes effects : WEEDINGVEGETABLES

extent and possible ways cf !, Tuesday night, the group made
preventing future hazards of" ;the :Mr arid Mrs. Grady Echols entertained plans to, :be 'host wfcen; the ,PBW i ,

sam. ,.type.; *at 'their.home Thursday District Eight meeting is atjPaty t L.

t, These 'and: future surveys will I night with 'dinner party for the kee on'-Novl 20. Mrs."Mildred Lavender :: (N

*form the basis of future,safety promotions i participants of_ the, ,DeLeon-Shep- the ''new. .president named .
-:: According to the comant- pard wedding, following' ;rehearsalat Mrs:Oklelchairman dfr'the committee '..,.> {,>t,."'" "

'tee; ;no accurate figures on the l the Canal Point Methodist Church iiv charge.ot arrangements for.
'Dumb r.1 of vainous types of acci- ,"-Mrs.-Paul Rardln was'in charge the'm tlng"f ;''t:,
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I *dents within she state are avail- I of the 'table decorations, featuring Mrs Doris Cat Eer amend' Miss/Ellen f It."A'r s .
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4' t 1 ; been 'MbiBCus blossom and irbpical Siprgan If#. .r._"
able. T datIhridarbas : ere.appointed_,eap- '. -.
'one 'of':tlie few slates"without &inactive i greenery. The bridal couple was tains of two attendance teams PRAY VEGADEX AS YOU Pi..ANT

farm safety committee. i presented -with 'a' sterlingsilver which will'engage in competitionto <<

'Statistics"show a marked decreaseS i cake knife on which was: engraved increase attendance at.regular This new "chemical weeder" kills off tough

I farm accidents in states with an I their initials and wedding date...meetings. grassy weeds as they sprout practicallyends
'active"'State organization. 'Approximately 30 ,persons were It was!announced Mrs. Robert A.
'. all hand weeding vegetables.
Actual survey work Is slated to present.; Shelley Canal Point will present V '
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'- 'begin'in! :'October. The complete AD. a program' on "Health and Safety"at Use Vegadex to control weeds in Cabbage, Corn -
safety program will serve to combat Nursery Opened By a special meeting of the club **" J<-

.accidents in ,the home, on ,the ., at tHe home, of M 's. Cleq Douthit ...., Snap Beans.and Celery., ;-<\. r..
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Mrs. T. 1. .
.r1iighways, on the farm and in many. I E. ,PenningtonMrs. $ pt. '20.MOUNTS. .. '.:, !fe: adeE ki IJs off tom weeds like -. ,
'other areas, ,' .. '
T. E. .j. "R" .. .J cfakkweed. heabit'
The Florida: Farm Safety Con Pennington openedher IS SPEAKER ,1n5 '

Wtted! was founded In 1959 and is nursery on East Main St, Pa- M. U. ::Mounts. County agricul- .. ,.c.;eii !J-...and 1B8BYt more.ftsee n.u iiPOW,..asst
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.composed of 22 agricultural, in- hokee :Tuesday with jan enroiteMat tural agent; will speak on "Land
'Vlustrial. and, insurance represent- of 14 children jfrom two-and a: half I scaping" at 'the 'september meet '" ; Came ill JIOf ...get y ir ye
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atives.' to four':years old. This':will be the j ing of the Canal Point,Garden Club *. ready wben you plant!
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n .i --.-. i fourth of operation .fo'fh I in the Community at'the ,
:year: > Building Mit-----_.- -. ----- ,_ .
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SORORITY PLANS I Pennington Nursery,' Giades Park 'ThtL-9daY Sept. '15
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Plaas-for integrating the, activities Children attending on the open at 3 p. m. Mrs J. W. Repper,and

'of the three Pahokee chaptersof ing day were ,Paw ApeIgren, Mrs M. C. Carter'wil be hostess.El .

'the Beta; Sigma Phi' Sorority Leigh AnnLShirley, Cindy:Dobrow, .. -. --: KILGORE SEED COMPANY

'during" the coming year were out- Norman Areas, Sandra 'min,, Cfaafik Sioufiof'Cairo,Egypt,i

lined, by members of the sorority'scity Rkkie Sims; Pam _.Moss, _MehardNaeon. auger cane speciltet, M; a VMitoc'

council at',the first meeting of Tommy Wig, Donald at the,USDA; Sugar: Crops FWd PAHOKEE BELLE GLADE

I the'season held at the home'of Mrs.Wi Todd, Berry Saks, Hal-Uawia, *feMMK. Station in Canal Point .tbI8.WMJri <

O.Mofis.'Mrs.-.IxAa.WWte,'president Haatpton..Ro dhuy,.y< riMr..ad atadyinff tile...vaotU.of" tba: I"I _:.. '' ..,. -' 2;-;', PHONE WY .H9I .,
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