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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 16, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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It.-,x Instruction; To BeGivenByPTAGroup Cub Scouts Hold PT1\Held Brownie Troop Is More Info PointsTo

First Season MeetThe Organized PahokeeThe

{ .i-. Club. Scout den of Mrs. Jim- First Meet Of Year organization of a new New Sugar Mill

my Tyson :and Mrs. 'Bill Moss, den Brownie troop composed of girls of

} ;: A State School of Instruction mothers, held its first meeting of The Pahokee Parent-Teacher As- the second grade at the elementary A special report out of Clewistonby

"' will be conducted by the Florida the season in the city park. Plans sociation held its/first meeting of ;school was 'planned for the near Dow Jones will be of interest to
t .'; Congress of Parents and Teachers, were made to work on a citizen the*new school year in the school future at the meeting of the Girl citizens of the Lake Okeechobee I
i Tuesday, Septmeber 20 at the ship scrapbook in keeping with the auditorium Monday night with Scout Cypress Neighborhood Association Farming Region where the United

:-- Union Congressional Church jn citizenship theme for the month. President W. O. Moss presiding. at the home of the chair States Sugar Corporation may

r t West Palm Beach according to Woodie Salvatore was welcomed as Principal Brooks Henderson,In- man, Mrs. William S. Plumer. build another sugar mill to be located -
,., a new member. Others in the den Scout leaders the various I at Canal Point. The special
Mrs. W. B. Pate, president of the tioduced members of the high reported
.a V Palm Beach County Council of Par- are Bill Howard Dick Hurt Bill school faculty, including three new Girl Scout and Brownie Troops, report follows: -
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t'',' ent-Teacher Associations.. teachers: Edward R. Popper: industrial whose, activities were, suspended United States Sugar Corp.!viewing
The meeting, to be presided,over David Caraway'- and Danny Denton. arts instructor; Ora Smith, through the summer are all being increases in domestic sugar
Refreshments served Dan
by Merton Sirota, Stuart, acting were by mathematics and languages; and re-activated this month.Hurricane cane quotas because of the troublein
Denton. ... .
;'V V president of District 11, will start ny !-. Fred Smith mathematics and sci Cuba, is "considering the pos
\, at 9:30 A. M. with registration ence. The elementary school facu- sibility" of building an, additional

t,:,' open at 9:00 a. xn. There will be a Farm Bureau Group lty was 'introduced by Principal Treats grinding mill in Florida, Harry T.
:" refreshment break and the meeting I Herman Austin, new members, be-I Vaughn, president told Dow Jones.

f will adjourn ,at 1:00 p. ..m. ing MrS.. Evelyn Stolpa sixth County Real Nice The company grows and grinds,
1:, The program under the leadership Meets Canal PointThe grade teacher and Mrs. Ruth Ann sugar cane in South ,Florida. As
t "; Florida. Congress Board of Zimmerman, schoof secretary.The previously announced, U. S. Sugar
r :Manager members will include a fall meeting of the South attendance awards for the Hurricane Donna came in for its also is discussing with Savannah
panel discussion: ,'"Why' Have a Florida Farm Bureau District was month were won by Mrs. Reba share of attention at the County Sugar Refining Corp. the possibility -
High School PTA" Panel members held at the Community Building in Golden's second grade Commission meeting this week. of erecting a jointly owned refinery -

a:. will be Herbert Kip, West Palm the Glades Park, Canal Point, elementary school: and the eleventh The board voted to extend their in Florida. Savannah Sugar

w: V Beach State Publicity and Public Thursday of last week,for the purpose grade at the high schooL, appreciation to the Weather Bureau buys U. S. Sugar Corp.'s raw sugar
Relations Chairman;, Mrs., Frank of discussing: such moot,issues Girl Scout Troop '164 directedthe I I the Civil Defense and the production for refining and mark
:Meyers,,Lake,Worth, State. Health federal. aid to education, the flag ceremony'af'the opening.The i hundreds' of volunteers who man eting under the brand of, "Dixie
Chairman; Charles Stanfield, Principal federal farm program, labor prob- Rev. James E..: Boyd, who re- fed the Red Cross shelters which Crystals". !
t of the. Lake Worth High lems, taxes and other subjects of cently resigned as pastor of the,I housed some 4,500 residents during -, Vaughn said no details of the two I
t' School and, ,David Manalin. president interest to farmers. Pahokee First' Baptist Church, ef- the storm. proposal projects are available. A '1

.. ofthe, Student Body of Forest Qut-of-town' Farm Bureau officials fective Sept. 30,,to,accept a call at At the request of CommissionerRoy .final decision on the sugar refineryis .
-- Hill High School West Palm Beach ] attcQdiag' were Ed JTinlayson.. the, new Forest Hill Baptist'Church 'Michael, Jr., the board gave -at least three months away"f f
>."- V t "P.TA.'s Box Office, ,Appeala State president; Tom'McClare,.ex- ,',West,Palm Beacn gave the invocation : I Michael and a member:of': the zoning and it'would take another.year to I
-'program .pgaaaing: ""' wifl' .' .devotfcma1t.. lo:m&ey tRU bdiid' '
"- discujsiea' sgiitjyg i ce/yry catr':Lewis'Hay* .aRd ,I I departure .: uiepJ It.hadded. > ,;: """"" 40- .1
'be given by F: M. sir na\ x llld card. .director i- organization; Members+ of"th4 ,executive boardwere I I Palm,Beach County fetexjbine ff! ,*' eU/ S. sugar Corp. officST". ', '- ,
(continued on page 8)Youngsters Wayne Mixson% commodity specialist hosts at th4 reception for the}there appears to"be any falluresln *> (continued on page 8) ; .
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-411 teachers in cafeteria fol or other construction projects
; Mrs. George Munroe, State the'achool buildings 4, .
Chairman of ladies activities department lowing'the meeting.EveningR which 'could .be Improved by

I Are At ; Charles R. Collins and .. I changes in :the county's' building Farmers Elect .

Bob, Williams, district, field man. codes. i I
SChooIs.Colleges Representatives-' attending included Classes The commission heard a report :'
NewCommittemen
4 _, those from Farm Bureau from County Engineer Steve Mid- :. .
units in Indian River, St. Lucie. dleton that With lew minor exceptions I '

.V Ten of the graduates ,of the Pa- Martin, Palm Beach," Broward, At Belle Glade Hi I all county roads, and bridges The following ASC community
hokee High' School Class of 1960 Dade, Collier, Hendry, Glades. and and county buildings came throughthe
storm in top shape. committeemen were elected for the ,
have enrolled for the fall semester Okeechobee Counties.,
.\- at Palm Beach,Junior College. The Lunch was served at noon. Hostat The Palm Beach County Voca- Ellis.Altaian, head of the county .three communities in Palm Beach
\ tional School, in cooperation with
Civil Defense organization said his
group includes Sona Alldredge the meeting was the. EvergladesFarm County:
,Brenda Carter, Jimmy Maxwell. Bureau, which, since the Pellon Morris Principal of Belle=I:group participated in a 48 hour COASTAL: J. Allison Boynton
r Jane Ryals, Penelope Sasser, Kyle establishment of a fulltime office Glade High School, is; planning Beginning to!l alert in 22 communities and carried Beach Chairman; Gerald L Lamb

w Typing; Begining Bookkeeping -
rV Wilson,' Remer Edgar Young has made a phenomanonal growth, efficiency. McMurray, Delray Beach, Regu-
: ', and Peggy McElhenny.. membership rising from 193 on ; and Beginning Shorthand according Altman told the commission, that lar Member; Jim Melear, .Lake-
::" : Others; in'the class who are continuing April .1,1959, when the EvergladesFarm to Keneth F., Johnson, Di- under a new law, civil defense Worth, First Alternate; William
l-,," "'" ; rector of Vocational Education for close
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i( their formal education at Bureau office was opened at authorities have the right Mazzoni, Boynton Beach, Second
f; :: '. universities and colleges include Belle, Glade, to the present 433 thecounty.. I'I all bridges over navigable streams Alternate.
, .: William Malcolm ,Crews, Jr., Su- members. Walter Kautz of, Canal An organizational meeting will during an emergency, holding up P PAHOKEE: :Milton Douglas, Pa-
be held at Belle Glade High Schoolat I boat traffic and allowing pedes- '
zanne Morgan and :John Walter Point is president. I hokee, Chairman; Lewis Friend ,
.. V "' Smith, University o( Florida; E.1- .A.- '7:30 Wednesday evening, September -i!trains and motor vehicles to have Pahokee, Vice-Chairman; Ray B.

: wine ,Humphrey, Horace Scruggs 21. All registrations will be I I the right of way.Commission Raulerson, Pahokee, Regular Member --
: Held taken and class schedules will be
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Last Rites. : : Chairman
; and Kathleen Spencer FloridaState ; Charles D. Wilkinson Pahof', ,
this meetingThese. I
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Alderman. din pondered one
University: ; Joe kee First Alternate; Louis Davis,
'Dorothy Hatton and David classes will meet two I ing file-it. was an invitation froma Pahokee Second Alternate
Jr/t : from 7:30 to 10:00.
ForSO.Jpnes,59 nights :week Sarasota County commissioner
Simonson Florida, Southern College BELLE GLADE CHOSEN -
It The evenings'will be established at i at last
attend meeting Naples
to a
; Suzanne ChastaJn. Stetson ) SOUTH BAY: P. C. Kirchman
University;.Wallace :Mole .Florida Solomon" Ode)) Jones 59. .coed the organizational meeting. Thereis : Saturday-the day- Donna passed Belle Glade, Chairman? FritzJJtein,
heart attack no tuition fee; however, there is He decided the
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Christian College; and David Watkips : unexpectedly froma', through that city. Jr., Belle Glade, Vice-Chairman; J.
t : y' Jr...University of Mississippi. at his home in Canal Point around i a ,small registration fee and stu-I meeting was cancelled and Instructed L. Murphy, Belle Glade, Regular !
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'; The 1960 graduates who are attending 11 o'clock Friday night while! dents must furnish their own, sup- that the letter be filed for future Member; W. S. Ingram Belle

't schools of special trainingthis i sleeping. plies. Teference.. ... I Glade, First Alternate; A. B. De-
This instruction is of the
part
!::> fall are Sylvia Parrish, School .A veteran of World War n, he Graw, Belle Glade Second Aiter-
: Hoa- had been resident of Canal Point School Board's Vocational, Education
:1V of Nursing Orange Memorial a nate.
Father Of Pahokee
and is for adults 16
Orlando Carley Bracewell, for 12 years, coming here from Program
' }"':}'. pital, ; The committees elected will assume -
; .",;; .. ,<. Betty Jean Clark, Hilda Katherine Cairo, Ga. For them past several years of age or overwho are not office on October 1, 1960 to
'I'h Jones and years he had operated a barber regularly enrolled in high school.: Passes '
Patsy
:: : Hughes, Myra tentative Attorney serve through September 30, 1961.
classes to min-
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at he south end of Canal are a
: \' ;> Mims, Jones Business College Orlando shop
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a } '. ; Patricia Ann Hitchcock and I Point across the street from the imum enrollment of fifteen per- ,

,\. ;', Samllee Lanham Charron-Will- Crown Ice Company plant. He'wasa sons. I Hilton Whidden, 87, father of Pa- WEATHER,
:..VV '., tams Commercial, College, Miami. 'member of the Masonic Lodge Persons interested in this In-; hokee 'Attorney Thadd: Whidden,
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; .- Enrolled in technological schools in and a'Shnner.He ., struction are requested to registerat passed away at Wauchula on August At U. S. Sugar Plant :Field!
f..' ,; Miami are Henry Holt, Willis Ellis is survived by four sisters: the Belle Glade High School at' 31. after a lingering illness. Station at Canal Point. '- -
':, Hall and Jerrel ,Hayes; Shirley Mrs. Mamie Pugh of .Canal Point, 7:30 Wednesday evening September Mr. Whidden was born and reared Date Temp.' Rainfall.
.." V Alyne Culberson plans to attend a Mrs. Peral Van Landingham' 21. in the county in which -he died. %max' m1n. lnchea' .
school for beauticians and Betty Cairo, Ga. :Mrs. Bill McGraw' cf -. Funeral services were held in Wau- September ? 39 69 .' .07
V f Williams is registering.rose: secretarial :Moultrie, Ga.. and Mrs. Bertha chula and burial was made, there. September 8 90" 70 .82, i
lit : school in Tallahassee' Ratan of Dallas, Texas.., GLADES GROWTH The deceased is survived by one September. -88-72 .00.ti-
;-t.. Three members 'of the class. Funeral services Were held at the .- son, Mr Whidden in. Pahokee,. another September 10 '19. 74 A.72
;', Frank Crider,'Donald Wagnon and Canal Point Baptist Church ':Monday 1950 I960 son, Griffin, Whidden.in September 11 88 77 1.0Oi
>>k-. '- Roger Watson,'have-jeinedthe, U. at'2 p. m.,'with the Rev. Charles ,, Belle GladeV 6, 88' 11,219 Wauchula and one daughter, Mrs. September 12 90 76 '06September 3

1, .:" S.,Air Force. Those' who: have, already D. Stewart officiating. Burial; ]: Pahokee ._..:. V 4,476; 4,851} Avis Saseer in Wauckula. He wasa 13 90 76 :;; ..tr/:
t::': tthe bualB sa world was at HiUcrest Memorial Park, South: Bay 1,& $ 1,11I 'farmer and grove owner t in the Normal,Sept. rainfall;8.24."T: ; ;' :,
-eentiaued Palm. V Canal Potetle,.L : 1960 date 3.45.: "
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'1 r Pare Two The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Friday September 16, I960 I IYir

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to a greater increase" in unemployment burg, up $29,850.to. $79,016; West
1' Job Insurance Pay than seasonally anticipated. Palm Beach up $26,498 to $175,229; :
., Vocelle: said.*that while an eco- I I Ft. Lauderdale'Up x18,925 to $117- (

!New Record nomic slowdown is a condition, "it 129; Clearwater up $16,963 to'$66-
, ;:" ghl is more pronounced here than elsewhere 449 Pensacoht, up $13,837 to $83.- ,
: : because of our great vulnerability 643; St. Petersburg, up $12,826 to

; TALLAHASSEE insurance| to a construction industry I I $130,660; Sanford. up $12,050 to
....:.,, payments reached a record high! ink slowdown, which: has been the,main $25,241; Ocala up $11,731 to $31,-
\: ; August, totaling 3955639..reports factor.:* He said that effect of the 144; Cocoa, up $11,545 to $$53,424
V, Industrial Commission Chairman Cuban situation on Florida, a slowdown Marianna up $11,501 to $48,071;
James T Vocelle. of more than seasonal pro- Panama City up $10,071 to $62,252* )
i Vocelle said the payments to portions in 'manufacturing, and ,Tallahassee, up $9,798 to $30,084;
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:: eligible insured workers who were various local conditions; over the I Hollywood, up $8,939 to $127,155;

'. -' ...,., unemployed through no fault/- of State. were other factors which together I Ft. Myers, up $7,164 to $34,510;
their own exceeded the previouShigh gave Florida's summer 1 I Daytona Beach, up $6,842 to $51,- i
-; f '- The Rardin Building In CanaJ'Pomt, Florida of $3,214,298 paid in July, slump "more of a letdown. than is 639; Ft. Walton Beach, up $5,979
r .. 198, during Florida's last reces-j usual." to $26,972; Gainesville, up $;i.101to
:,'' t- THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME ,OF sion period. ( !Twentyrnjne\ Florida: State Employment -. $21.018; Sarasota. up $5,665 ;o I
Part of the new record total is offices reported:Increased $26,044; Belle 'Glade up $4,571 to

t : THE: EVERGLADES. NEWS. due to an increase in 'benefits by I" totals -in unemployment}/ com. j. $30,270; Melbourne, up $4121; to .
1959-Legislative action! TheTweekly pensatien: jnsuranc<5rpayments for $19,845; Perry, up $1,685 to $9- (I

'r :. Servingthe Lake Okeechobee Farming Re ion Without; '1ij. maximum was raised to $33 from their areas,, and only three reported!' 468; Bradenton, up $1,344 to $3-1,- \
:'"' Inlerruption Every'Week*for More Than 3Or ears 420. and the duration of' payments decreases s. Those threeJwereLakeCity i 683; and Palatka up $1,048"to

EstablishedMarch.'11,1924 Published Every FridaySubscription was increased to a maximum of 26 down $2,817' to $10,824; Key .$20,521. i 1 j
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Advance weeks from ,16. However, the Legi- West, down $596 to $16.311; and

l 5 f -. _T.X. Ti V.< Price;._ t r-. $2.00" Year In a slature also made ifharder qual- Jacksonville L, down $129, to. $211-, ThgtState. Board of Conservation_ (

:, 'The EvergUtdesl&ws Js Entered....at.the.posttOfficeIn ify "by Increasing ,the earningsa 309. says It is oyster time again. Florida

" ; ,Canal.Point. Florida. ,as Second Class MatterPaul \ worker must have been paid in The increases were Winter Haven oysters became_" legal fare on
-.M -- '.-M ?_' covered employment during his"base I ,'up f ISlLOOTtd-$389,861; Miami the : fits t io September with
Itardin, -* ,OJVD r, .Editor, Pubjiaher! ,- period'year.. !up0 $84V762 to '$820.655? Lakeland, tfi season continuing* through

." .. Vocelle said that the increased up $JO,076: to '$171,450; Winter April. .
. "" .. 1 weekly benefits payable caused I Park, up $60,000 to $194,919; Tam- -

: vHere: la What Transpired At Monday's "only a portion of the record pay;, pa, *up $54,321 to $419,382; Ft. CLASSIFIED ADS
;. ments. The record amount was due!Pierce, up $33,598 to $96,972;. Lees- PAY BIG DIVIDENDS
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. authorized: for care of mental patients Adopted an amendment to the
.' awaiting transfer to state county building code, setting specification v.
I i: ... hospitals have answered a dire need for construction of screen I ]Fhon.e'511Paho g Phone: WY 6-2550 Belle Glade .
f in the county. porches on mobile homes. H "
4 In a letter:from Dr. W. E. Van- The Palm Beach County Commission -I SALES and SERVICE

t landingham, retiring director of this week got liberal edu- Y J i it
t., the county's welfare department, aUon.ofVhat it"takes 'to equip a I Air
Heating Conditioning Appliances :
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I to keep women with mental .illness They listened for more than an igi& .. _. .. ,, ...
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male cases haVe'only been'. briefly the coimty'engineer' for-scores of
retained. for'processing.TSimilar'facuities : items needed to furnish and equip : I
y A "as"those now in the ,new 'county health center now I I
:' I use"aVthe couhty"'hdspital; are?being hearing completion on Evernls. St. ",. f ;
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readied for negro patients. with. in West Palm "Be ch. 'r ,
riiental'tliness.' Items and furnishings ranged I

i; \'In'other"actions, this week the from examination tables, X-ray (
commission machines," photostate equipment !
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f.,. Deferred action on a request S for office :equipment 'to foui>legged: >a+! 9xF., Y4rda"3: JaxY.vx'. jfff +! {

/I",," '; a 30 year franchise made"'by the. stools. It was one of the most detailed .

l Lake Osborne,Utilities Company.: and lengthy bid openings .., ., .,,-m, ..w.., .<..xu.v,. 't..,.... ...,..::::::<-r-: : .,>%..>> <<..,*l..w,>..,.......t... '...'<<>>l..' ....,..... t't;::
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into its had in {; .{xs..j} l }Y r :<,:.:,, .,: : rw:>f. )5t:: ,. u. .. ?,,%; .
. well will move new plantat years. : i 'ff r :::: !:: : .k" x xlr'c:;,:!;Srl', 'M..,,,
Lewis Terminals this month. In addition to the health_ depart- : _
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,. Heard that \t1i * lias afreadytstartled clear. received bids on a truck for the I:::' .... ) .:... '
'. ing land 'fork" construction of an, ofrfice ; airport files for the ,circuit clerks ::: I I tl: 'tt t.I ,

, in;Palm Beach'County for a office, metal culvert' micro film 5' .I 1't'' ill / i:f':::< f= I" 1

resident engineer andvother, state jackets, timbers and 'pilling and 1- .
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ti. Accepted with, regret,' the, resignation Ave in Lake 'Worth and a county .fj J' I
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L ,' 'of. Mrs. Winifred: Wieland. ,road in Lantana and.Manalapan. ., .'. >. I<.. tl.: i4}
l I nurse.in the..county welfareidepartment The board'adjourned:its meeting ;;:: t- r 1 1iI I

r who is leaving the county" ; until Sept.' 19 when it will meet ''f''''' :
after 12_years of service. again to accept bids for paving a t
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'j_;. Will"B. : "j"-; ...:,.... "'d& t Y 't J_fu'* d ,Campaign the' St. Petersburg for 1960 and United is Florida Fund I ,"" I: 1
1 ;West Coast Chairman of, the Cru- -::;;
;; The Houston Corporation witn ,sade for. Freedom, said Cox. #
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"Mr. Stanley's civic participation 'and Mrs. Frank Prevat, Beach a '
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recognition: of:;his, active, parti- 'the newly elected ,officers of 'the HAVE, A RAQIp in every room-kitchen, laundry,. bedroom, J'r. ._ ,
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pation in civic activities, and professional Gras playroom patio -always. ; ; when and -. }
S auxiliary and: guest speaker, children's ,. -- ". h 1 handy itfiere'ypuwant .. t
and honorary societies in It was decided' to hold- the next it. Bringsryyon the latent top tones and keeps you alerted. : .. .._ ." ; ; ;j.
Oklahoma, theTti'chamber" of meeting on Oct. 10, in1 the Glades, T to newsworthy event. .Costs. so little. ;worth. so much!, "- f '
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name4' *. Stanley
Tulsa's, 'Man of the Year' for.1950.as 'the meeting.- place. to..,Tie.announcedlater. ; ... Also a 'SECOND. TELEVISION"set. m your home-to double 1{

""Mr. Stanley- has,also: been prominent --.. a your fun and Sat Sfy everyone. Every family needs'an extra TV ,I
: because individual tastes diner and no one program can please alL
in 4-H'iuid Fu tuie Farmers of PATIENTS AT HOSPITAL t
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in patients at,the Everglades -- remote control toning. .v larger non-glare: Ircre rs.. .and light- 14
and both of J these,:agricultural,organizations1 Memorial Hospital Wednesday _: t pxatablee. that tug tie s!
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have awarded_hIm'1IIe- ; were. .Earl Brantiey, Antonio r !
time'member-ships f 'In recoghition"of Torres. John Zimmerman, Mrs.Ruth And.for:the emote avian in sold, we safest tie fit, s 'J

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&"W) *; .1 PERSONAL NEWS_ NOTES_ ]}1 I 1I I New TAMPA-A Real Trend Estate new ShownIn method Sales of, buy-


:: ", vw" wwww jurwuu ing and selling homes was recently
' Mr- and Mrs. R. T. Smith and Mrs. Stella Parker of Miami was introduced in Florida which shows

f son, Johnny, motored the first of the guest here the past week other promise of developing a completely -

;; ." ;the week to Gainesville'" where son Carol Parker, and family. JOrk,.. Y.v.av AY v.Ah ti', new trend in the real estate field.
Johnny enrolled as a freshman at Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Maxson Named Self Service Realty Inc.,

) the University of Florida. motored to Fort Myers Sunday to I experts in the field call it the most

\ C. C. Cruthird has been ill at his visit her father., Ben Parker, and economical and effective realty
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,. home, 315 Annona Ave., this Week. aunt .Mrs. Winona Burton. service available to both buyer and
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Mrs. W. H. Brewton ran his service i Mr. and Mrs. Grady Chancellor seller: The plan is in full opera-

r ; station on East Main Street during I visited relatives in Orlando this tion in Tampa and will soon be

; his illness. week. available in additional sections of
; Mr. and'M'L C. A. Barfield visited Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Anderson-had the state. \
r' s their son-in-law and daughter, as a guest this week Mrs. Marty ":x b t :ra Operation of Self Service Realtyis

I .. :Mr and Mrs. Bob Watenbarger, Carstens of West Palm Beach. 14: t* simple; Those interested in pur-

and family at Fort :Myers Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxson had :: : chasing property need only describe

They were accompanied,by:Delmar as a guest on Thursday of this? .M t... : their requirements. A file of homes
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r r? -L. Hooks who visited hiss'sister-in- week their daughter Mrs. Wil A. p a 5." ___ 5Y. for sale is examined and the pros-

,law Mrs. Annie Lee Books, and Nason, of,, West Palm' Beach. pective buyer is presented with descriptions -
f family. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brewton had l vaY 7. of homes that would be
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t; Mr and Mrs .Wendell-Harris and as guests Sunday their son and ti.ax'1 xw; (a";.c y,:px q'- of, inter st-The buyer then inspects i

. -daughters :Faye and Shirley? spent daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. 'K pY a all the homes on his list at his con-

-' -the weekend with her brotherinlaw Whitt Brewton, and' family West venience, contacts the seller of the

L, and sister, Mr. and Mrs.-Harris Palm Beach. property he likes best. Then, the

t Folds and family,at Sanford. :Mr. and Mrs. George Ramey'and two come to terms without benefitof

'; _. '' Pratt Pope'was able to return to her brother and sister-in-law Mr. salesman. or expense of commission ,l
his home at'Canal Point Tuesday and Mrs. P. B. Williamson, and .!

,; ,from the, Everglades Memorial Mrs. Williamson's mother Mrs. The seller In turn lists his prop-

J .Hospital where he was a patient for Lizzie Kirkey, returned the first of erty with full description of the

several days.Classified. the week from a visit with the features of the home. His descrip-

: Ramey's son-in-law and daUghter,1, tion is then given to those prospective -

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh G. ,. buyers only who are interestedin
at Rockledge. Mr. and Mrs. Ramey > : : the ,features listed in the file.

: Ads were also business visitors at.Sand- Only suggestion Self Service

spur on Monday. Realty makes is that buyer and
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Tommy Frick has returned to seller secure legal aid to producea
HAD A VISITOR Give 2661 a FCD Official Photos
r;. Columbia S. C. where he is attend- binding contract.
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"r ring and let us know about it
NEW GIANT FLOOD FIGHTER.-Shown here are the front and
"Self Service the
ing the University of South Carolina Realty presents
and we will be happy to put the
rear views of the Central and Southern Florida Flood Control Dis I first to
item in our personal news column. after a visit here this week opportunity the prospective
.: trict's Station 7 in the North New River
$2,169,000
Pump
new to for home in the
buyer shop a
Of course there Is NO CHARGE. with his parents Mr. and Mrs. J.
: Thanks. The Everglades News. I Ir' T. Frick. Canal In the Everglades, some 35 miles west of Pompano Beach., same:! manner as he shops for gro-
It can remove % inch of flood waters per day from a 125 square- ceries in a supermarket" says
:Mrs. Seth W Roberts has re-
r' IS TOUR,CLUB OR Church group I mile area and 'discharge it into the FCD's water Conservation Area, Ernest Garrison, president of the
turned from a visit with her mother -
::. meeting this week? We would bert : Mrs. Mary McArthur, who is ill, No. 2 for storage. Its three 895 h.p. engines cap pump 18,700 gal firm. "The response has been amaz
glad to know about it and will use I I the of the "
and other relatives in Slocomb, lons per second. Lower picture shows the pool at rear ing.
;' it as a news item if you'll: just I Ala. .. facility, already a favorite location for fishermen.. 1 .
give us a ring at 2661 Thanks.: The Florida Development Com i
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Mrs. Robert Allen and her mother -. -;
The Everglades News. There is no I '- mission is publishing its quarterly
Mrs. J. V. Thomas and Mrs. IN THE HOSPITALR.
Mrs. J. B. Crosby former Pa-
charge, of course. "Florida Events" booklet which
i hokee residents now living in Atlanta :Paul Rardin visited Mrs. Sara Cows-- JX Sappington was admittedto
: lists events throughout
special
IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION past Ga., visited relatives here the 'art and other relatives and friends the Everglades Memorial Hos-
state. The booklet will be distributed
r due? If you're going on vaca- first of the week. in Wauchula:over the weekend.' J pital Wednesday evening for treatment -
"' *****Uon let us have a check before you Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Anderson entertained The Rev. and Mrs. T. 'C. O'Steen of a heart. condition Which to thousands of tourists

.- go. Send $2.00 and we'll renew at their home on Bacom have returned from a week's vacation I developed after' his car had strucka

ta'. your paper for one year. The Point Road Tuesday night with a spent in Jacksonville. The ;! pedestrian, Edward Hill, 53, on II ADVERTISEMENT FOR LEASE
-Everglades News, Canal Point, surprise party honoring Mrs. Arch Rev. .James W. Eberly fill: the 'pulpit J SR 15 about a Tialf mile south of PROPOSALS
"Fb. First Methodist Church :Pahokee 'around 5 m. 'Hill was Sealed proposals will be received by:
at the
\ Blakey on her birthday anniver- p. | the HOUSING AUTHORITY OP THE
% during the Rev. O'Steen absence. also admitted to the hospital, sUffering CITY OP BELLS GLADE at Its office
FOR SALE: New and used Will,. sary. in the Osceola Farm Labor Supply
'1.%, Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage Osceola Upthegrove and daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McCall have severe lacerations the I Center. Belle Glade. Florida. until 12:00
Miss Sandra Upthegrove have returned from a visit with relatives head in the accident..Trooper R..L. I I Noon EST. September 20, 1960. for proposals -
in Belle Glade Phone 3058.O to lease one site in each Osceola
Oct. 17-54-ch: returned home from Weir's Beach; in Blackshire,* Ga ,Wetherington who investigated,I I Farm Labor Supply Center and Okee-

N. H., where he was manager-:of a Mrs. F. H.:McKee and k>on, 'stated: that Hill walking along the chobee Farm Labor Center. of Belle a1UI
T; PRINTING OF ALL KINDS. liV I summer resort during the past sea- die, have;'.returned from De1 Fred-I'side of the road, stepped suddenlyand Olade.operation Florida of an for automatic the Installation coin operated -

you need cards,, env@ pes.letterheads where they spent the ,unexpectedly on, to the ,pavement laundry service. The proposed
lease form Is available for inspectionat
< statements, bill heads, handbills son.Mrs.. Nan Cunningham and son their' home in Canal Point. Mr. and there was no way Sap-., the principal office of the under

or something ins the printing: Wynn have returned to Nassau McKee will join them Here: later In pington could have avoided hitting Each bid must state the amount of

line just step to the phone and caE B. L.- after,'a week's visit here with the season. him. rent the bidder will pay per.month for
: The Everglades News at Canal, each site. He must also furnish with the
her parents Mr. and :Mrs. W. H. Mr. nad Mrs.' .J H. Bordeauxwill bid a current financial statement
signed
:' Point No 2661. We are experts ix; Brewton, 'Wynn will attend school 'spend'Sunday at D'eland" e West:Coast:Route by the bidder the name and address-

,producing excellent printing and: there during the coming year. they Will,.be jolned'by their'on-in- Vital To Air Lines : I of from three manufacturer' credit references or distributor and a letter of i
our prices are in line with out ol. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Barfield and law and daughter: Mr.,and Mrs.:0. such equipment agreeing to install the
town printers who come ,to the I family plan to move this weekend H. Chastain and granddaughter equipment. for the bidder if his bid 1saccepted1. 1A t

-- Glades for printing business..Please I from Canal Point to .Indiantown, Miss Suzanne Chastain, of Thomas- :MIAMI;-Delta Air Lines insists certified: or cashier's check made

"' give us.a call. Phone 2661. where he will be employed by Her- ville, Ga. Suzanne la enrolling'as a its future as a major air line hinges: papble.to to the first the months undersigned total rent equivalent shall

.' bert E. Jacques, painting and decorating freshman at Stetson University.. approval by the'Civil Aeronautics .., accompany each bid. The checks of all
FOB SALE: Lunch Stand., Call {bidders not Kill be return.
: accepted.:
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Pahokee 7867. *. SSOpf contractor. He closed his Mr. and Mrs.* J. T. Platt and Board of a route to the U. S S, ed within 10 days alter the lease is
service station.in. Canal Point last daughter, Judy motored ta'Tallahassee West Coast previously recommended : awarded The successful bidder shall

LOST: Black Cockeral spimtaJ't' ,, week. Sunday where Judy enrolledat by a hearing examiner. days execute aftef the notice proposed of acceptance lease within of ten his I

female, bog blind and deaf old Mrs, Grady Chancellor, accompanied I the Fla. State University, they Delta was one of nine major air-, bid and check shall be retained as the
-$5 reward."'Phone: Tf92.r .' ,by her parents, Mr. and also visited relatives of Mr. 'Platt lines which.filed'briefs In the case' first fails months to rent.execute If the the successful lease within bidder

Mrs. I. S., Calorie, visited her in Perry Monday.Mrs. The CAB has scheduled an oral]I the time provided the sum paid with
t FOR LEASE:15 acres of fine land the bid shall be forfeited to the under-
nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Shelley,: of Canal I hearing, .the, last, .administrativestep !i signed.- The undersigned reserves thee
Lake.Also service stationin
near a Gary:Sammons, at Tallahassee: re- Point..will present ,a_ :program 'oa before final decision for the right to waive formalities ia any bid)and
-. Canal Point: KeenJteal E$ I ,. to ireject or modify or all
'- ; : g trot tliwl!ek. h altH-and safety at'a sodkr1ntigl.1 phba alY5ep 26. ,'.1L' accepji> any _
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.hone Pahokee.4': JfIM: b nude L-Sh1riey, i ; Pahokee cBusiaeafl,sad .. \.. f' 'fM ;t lj H ,eaH dh.ci -. + """ "": '1IOtJSINQ ADTHOR OP 1
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house and two bedroom CBS, vacation pen.t.With" fri ana home j&Hrs.. .. Cleo Douthit Tuesday transportatioJh-t._ Ape F" :1 t? ;Executive: Emmett Secretary S. Boberts... =
Chouse. Keen Real Estate Phone: relatives in tHe taroi" WgIU.. a continuing major line or as a care Publish: 'Sept. 8 and 15. I860. ,JLg

IS1. Pahokee. (.-I {* nt 4ltS a t m5i-"l' MFej.1Tysonrs.,1c.1 $ ying.W8 q f lut g, < > V*

"M.,'',Ct Cartti'.h&S{ returned rom' j asou ,andMrsc...: Herman 'Mentertained er.,"which now faces,Northeast n .; INTENTION'
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.:'ACREAGE WANTED for listing., the V !: 1 ltal at.oralGables : at Mrs. Tyson's:!: : 'home 'Capital;?' a' Deltaf official Wd recently. '.. tATlCE OF '

We have customer for l.OOC t where he was a' patient for with a Ridgecrest Gardens neigh TO REGISTER FIaI'ITlOUSNAME

-'acres. Call Keen- Real. Estate,Phone I four weeks. borhood: coke party welcomingMrs. .
;2131 Pahokee., Miss Billie Hand Is expected to Arthur Nagee who recently NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Notice Is hereby given that the

return home this weekend from moved with 'her family into the REGISTER FKJl'lTiOUS undersigned, under the provisions I

Good Samaritan Hospital, West home they purchased in Ridgecrest NAME of Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida

Acreage-Realtor Palm 'Beach. Gardens.Mr. Notice is hereby given that th i Acts of 1041, will register with

Mr, and Mrs. L. I.. Shirley visit- and Mrs. Rowland Bishop of undersigned, under the provisionsof i the Clerk of the Circuit Court in

fed.their son, Bill Shirley and family Marysville, Ohio were guests this Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida,I and for Palm Beach County Flor
Specializing In Agricultural at Fort Mead Sunday and were week of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Plumer Acts of 1941 will register with' ida, upon receipt of proof of Pub-
ACREAGE of all 1d d.. visitors ,at Vero Beach Monday.L. and family. the Clerk of the Circuit Court In lication of this notice, the ficti

.' ,'Many Glades years Mockiaada.experience CaR me In H. Jones: of:West Palm ,Beach.I Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Mock left and for Palm Beach County Flor, tious name, to wit;
visited relatives here Monday and i:Wednesday to attend a bankers ida, upon receipt of proof of Pub- GLADES REFUSE COLLECTION
when you want 'to BUY attended funeral services for his 'I!convention in New York City. lication of this notice the ficti SERVICE .

:, SELL, TEA 1E,, or Invest In uncle. Odell Jones. I tious name to wit: under which we are engaged in

Real Estate Acreage.Thurmond Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Vorhees and PTA MEET MONDAY HUNT REAL ESTATE business at Pahokee, Florida.

family visited relatives ia Naples --- under which I am engaged in bus. That the parties interested, Jn'OC'WP'
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Sunday. 5 The Septmeber meeting of the iness at Pahokee, Florida. said business are as follows!

'} W. Knight Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Jr., and Canal Point ,Parent TeacheT Association That the party interested in said BOB AND BILL, SHACKFORD.

t. REALTOR daughter. Terrie, visited her parents and reception for the business is as follows: Owners

Mr. and :Mrs.. Bob Kelly, at teachers of the Canal Point School 'NELLE K. HUNT Pahokee County of Palm,Beach,
Box Im, VH-W85, Vll 682 Fort,Pierce the past week. postponed from test week .will beheld 126 South Lake Ave. Florida, Sept.,1960.. ,'" '

Riviera:Beach, Florida. Mr. and Mrs J. C. Latham ,and in the school cafeteria Monday Pahokee County of Palm Beach Firm Name: Glades Refuse Collection t

sons, Hunter and ,Homer were ", at 8 p. nu Mrs. Joe Cherry. Florida Sept. 16, 1960. Service
Honest, Bffteleat, Ceerteoas
guests! of, their son, James Latham Jr.. president will preside aad A.. Firm Name: Hunt Real Estate. BY BOB AND BILL

.. -:.j '\ .. Service and family,at Cocoa.. ever. the.J'week-_ R. HarrkigtoB will pretest,the Imo' By Nelle<. Hunt. SHAtJKFORD.Sept. .

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: Page"SIx.. The Everglades News Canal Point Florida_ Friday September 16t I960

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: Frozen -Concentrate' Miss Sheppard Wed i

Deal To Be Tripled

: Friday Evening
PLANT
CITY
; # An expansion .
r program of a Florida frozen con-

.. centrate: plant which will triple capacity Miss .Helen Amelia Sheppard, {

has been announced.The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver H. ,

. r Horsey Division of Salada- Sheppard of Canal Point, became .
Shirr +f-Horsey Company antici- the bride of Edwin L. DeLeon of
I( rw pates doubling their purchases of Tallahassee Friday evening, Sept.
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""'- 'I oranges and grapefruit to meet the 9, at the Canal Point Methodist

. The Pahokee Church Canal Point First I Christian Science expanded George production.Janner, vicepresidentand Before Church.an Officiating altar banked at with ceremony glad-

, Of The Nazarene Baptist ChurchElder Group Of Canal PointHow general manager of the plant, ioli, pompons and palms and lighted
,'. reported that the new facilities will with four candelabra was tha

.,: 71 ,Bacom Point Road R. E.B rfIe1d- freedom ,from the bondageof include equipment for production Rev. Robert A. Shelley, pastor. _
Charles F.'CrausweH,.Pastor SUNDAY: sickness and sin can be gained of an additional 2,200,000 gallons Mr. DeLeon is the son of Mr. and

*. Phone 7528 P.(f. Box '862 1 ':00 a..m.-Sunday School through wholly spiritual means of "high density" frozen citrus :Mrs. Candido DeLeon, .Aquadilla

r" SUNDAY. SERVICES: 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship will be emphasized at Christian concentrate, doubled warehouse Puerto Rico.
9:45 a.in.---Sunday Sd oot.f" Science space, enlarged freezing tunnels, Miss
7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. churches Sunday. Kathleen, Spencer was pianist
11:00'a.. m.-Sunday Worafelp.. 8:00 p m.-Evening Worship Readings from the Bible in the loading dock lines and can lines. and Mrs. Billy Turbeville, vocal
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6:30 p. m.--Junlcms. WEDNDESDAY: Lesson-Sermon entitled "Mater"will Since 90 per cent of the company's soloist. Mrs. Turbeville sang "0, .

7:00 p.Evangelistic m.-Sunoay Service.Eveaing 7:30 p. .Midweek: Prayer include Luke's account 9f the fruit needs are purchased locally Promise Me" and "Whither Thou

WEDNESDAY Service healing by Christ Jesus of the woman the new equipment will be especially Goest." ,
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r 7:30 p. m. Ladles Auxiliary ity eighteen years" (Ch. 13)). pany markets Sun Pep, Florida Sip her father, wore a gown of silk

"Where you are. a,, stranger but Meeting.... One of the passages to be read and Horsey. brands, and produces organza over taffeta with full
. .. ,' oaoe**. from "Science and Health with lithographed' cans with customer floor-length shirt ending in a chapel
.The Methodist Church Key to the Scriptures" by Mary labels. / train. The fitted bodice featured '
r Baker: Eddy is,the following (228- .. short sleeves and round neckline
First Methodist Canal Point Florida 20): "If we follow the command of PAHOKEE AMERICAN RED trimmed in lace and seed pearls.

Church Pahokee our Master, ""Take no thought for CROSS DISASTER 'COMMITTEE: ,There was lace applique on the
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Robert A. Pastor
Shelley, your life,' we shall never dependon Report of Public front of the gown and the train.
SUNDAY: I
Rev. Clare S.'Hall bodily conditions, structure, or Information Chairman Her illusion veil was elbow length,
10:00: a. m.-church School
SUNDAY: economy, but we shall be mastersof Pahokee, Florida j I I and her flowers were white orchids.
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
9:45 a. m.--Church School 6:30 m.-Youth Fellowship the body, dictate its terms, and September 13, 1960 I I Miss Hazel Sheppard, sister of
11:00 a. m.Morning Worship p. form and control it with Truth." :Mr. Max Coan the bride, as maid of honor wore a .
7:30 p. m. Evening Worship
6:45 p. m.-MYP MONDAY: The Golden Text is from John County Public Information Chm. I I street-length dress of emerald

7:45 p. m. Evening Worship 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice (6:63): "It is the Spirit that quick- Palai Beach County AmericanRed green taffeta and carried a cascade
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TUESDAY: TUESDAY: : eneth; the flesh profiteth nothing." Cross, 201 Evemia St. bouquet of white carnationswith

7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir practice 8:00 p. m.Woman's Society1st ( West ,Palm Beach, Florida emerald green net.

Tuesday2nd ...TMr. Dear Mr. CoanFollowing The Misses Susan Johnson,'Betty -
WEDNESDAY. : MONDAY: are the statistics on Echols and Joyce Spencer,
. 7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions 7:30 Esther Class meeting the activities of the Pahokee Red bridesmaids, wore dresses identicalto
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8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir WEDNESDAY Cross Chapter during' Hurricane that of the maid of honor and
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ace. prac-I I 7:30 p. m.-. Prayer,Meeting 'I .. Donna, September 9-10, 1960White also carried the same kind of bou

-. .' shelters operated .__2 .quets.
St Mary's Catholic, and Mrs James Bailey (Sylvia Colored shelters operated.2 I The flower girl, Teryl Echols..

:: Church Church f God, Jones) of Vero Beach announce White' shelter No. 1 _..-?.. ,,180 was'in a floor-length dress of white

" I Barfield, Highway the birth of a daughter, Rhonda White shelter No.' 2 ____52 !organza on green taffeta.
r'. I Father' David Cronin Sue, at the Everglades. Memorial Colored'shelter' No. 1 .....503- Candido. DeLeon served as his
SUNDAY MASSES 9:45 A. M,-Sunday- School Hospital- (; Sept. 8. Colored shelter No. 2 .L..205 S son's best man. Ushers were WayneSears I

a- First two masses of the month. 11:00 A..M.-Morning Worship.. __ I' .; Willie Veal and Lynn Cor-
\ :00. 7:00 PJ M.-L., W. W. B... (Parsonage : Total :All Shelters --.:: .: 940 .:

, Other Sundays.. at 7:30. ) Magazine Goes ::1'0' .Total people 'fed .----.--., 940 bin.Mrs.. Sheppard chose for her
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7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship Pahokee Hospital Number- .". given first aid.-.' -r- 53Total daughter's wedding, a beige lacy I
St. Peter's Lutheran 7:30 P. If.TueSday-Prayer. MeetIng I ---- "injuries. (very minor) ''3 dress with beige accessories and a
I : : The extent of, disaster,in the area white carnation corsage. Mrs. De-'
Members of Canal
the Point
Church, Belle Glade 7:30 P. M. Friday-Children's I is sO slight that it is not contemplated Leon, mother of the bridegroom,
.t, Church Methodist Woman's Society of i that further ,relief will be
. wore a toast lace and chiffon dress
: Erwin J. Baumgartner Pastor 7:30 P. M: Irlday--Y. P. :E. I Christian Servtcg at the September needed. With brown accessories and also 3"'
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade .. .
SUNDAY .. .- meeting at the church voted to.donate Respectfully submitted by white carnation corsage. ,

:.. Divine Services 11 A. !L, Canal Pointaptist' copies of then inspirational Luther :M. York, Public ,t The bride's parents were hosts'

f'" School 9:45 A. ]I. Church magazine, '"Upper Room," to, the Information Chairman I at, their home at the reception following
Everglades Memorial HospitaL Pahokee Red' CrossDisaster. : the ceremony. Assisting
:Mrs. H. Sears was named chairmanof C Committee. were .Miss Ella Jean Bigelow of
R.v. Charles D. Stew&rt. ,.Pastor .
Holy Nativity SUNDAY: a home mission project, visita- Fort Myers, at the bride's book;

9:45 tions to local shut-ins and the sick. Phone Miss Avaline Bostick of Plant
Episcopal Church'Pahokee a. m.-Sunday School Equipment
: 11:00 It was announced Mrs W. LBlackwellt City and Miss Patricia Edwards of
t a. mr-Morning Worship
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. :, 6:30p. m.-Training Ufilon. 1 president, Mrs. fe, Max' i Is Back In Service Quincy, serving at the bride's .
:: l, & / '7:30, p. in.-Evening Worship: son and"Mrs.-Pope Sears"'replresentied i table;' Mrs. Grady Echols and :Mrs.
M. Wendell Hainlin Vicar :
.; .' WEDNESDAY: jthe local WSCS,at,the first'session i" Telephone e equipment damaged ,L. D. Echols.
SUNDAY
: 10 a. m.-Sunday: School 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting: ., of the! WSCS 'Fail Seminar in by the recent Hurricane Donna, The bride, a Pahokee High
Fort Pierce. is back in service, it was announced School graduate, is a junior majoring
11 a. m.-Worsh1p Service
\ The Church Of God The program, "Chant and Com- today by BOb.Lee, Manager of in ,elementary education .at
pass," was presented by Mrs. L. L. i the Southern Bell Telephone Com- Florida State University. The

.r? ,First Baptist :Of :Prophecy, Pahokee Maxson' program chairman!..assisted I pany.J' *, bridegroom is a senior at FSU,
by Mrs. Walter Kaulz,'Mrs. H. II Approximately' '200 telephoneswere where he is majoring in dentistry.
:: .\ Church Pahokee i .. : ." ; Canal' Point Road Sears and.Mrs: Earl M xsoh.. Mrs; out.of service 'as.a result of I-t Following a wedding trip '..in -

, :> Rev. James E.. Bqyd, 'pastor '".' : :.. "n' fift ,pastor' James: Miller furnished,:the musical* I;the; stprm." ,' -. Florida, the couple will make their

l ... UNDAY SERVxtaa?: ., : 10:00: -aSunday'r School ,accomplishment of ;the ,sJ i t"l'ounger' ,, I
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!'ii'Otf: : iriAjW&chuTg Service 'Older Mem- Pahokee. 'Canal :Point 'arid their
9:45 ; New and : South studies at FSU. '-
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'_< 11:00 a. m.-Morning' Worship"r. ''7:45 'p; :>Evangelistic Service I L rs." \ S I'Bay in which most of, the telephone .*
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'',.,'.,...\ -ru..:("II: p m.Training'UalbnJt 8:00 p. m.JTuesdA3pr-Vf I.jB.L I Mrs., 'I'*, I..' Maxson distributed damage occured, have, hadIhefrservlce New: Film Concern :\: '
i ', 8:00 p. m.WEDNESDAY.-Evening WbrsMp; ,8:00.p.,m...ThU 'SdaYW. M. B program books for they 'year;''tae I ;'restored. Mr/"Lee re- ; >
.. ',-.. : .. -- 'Bveryese ""welcomelr. Special znusfe theme being'"The Word, ..in' Our ,'.' \ ., To,JSfart In Miami ;0
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,: 8:00.p. m.-Prayer ::MeeiatgI .; s and:. ; Midst.."; Mrs. Pope Sears was hostess I Temporary restoration was accomplished' .. .. ,
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I ." rr : ... .. ..- ,diiring the, serving"pf '.t'refresh-, in" only a few hours MiAMr..1.A: new independent film;
t'i.S ,.. ments.Turnpike. ? through the'help,of additional telephone company I ; Global Productions, will :S..
I v.f 1 1Ri t f I'> ..---. !Y- < personnel from Southern J oon, start shooting a movie featuring -

.4 .. Plans Bell plants in West Palm Beach. 1i'Seminole Indians :'ofFlorida
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Tellbfibnc:operators who ,;'
,; I S .. \ Up To,Bryant .l the storm said repair: Their io vje, "Osc Ola," will Ihave .:

soy o-saiy*? y -.. .. ;... .. crews: were; commended for their; :an authentic setting of a SemiyoleIndian ;
I llLXHA'SSEEThe Collins fine efforts in rendering service to : village in Florida's Ever

M 'admnilsVration has placed the future oUr c rihn nity. glades. 4

'of the extension of the Sunshine A statewide report of telephone A feature of "Osceola" will be r

., State Parkway to Orlando in damage revealed 107,833 telephones :the three Seminole"tribes doing for
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': : 1 Bryant. total telephones served 6y) SouUferh J rites as well as their tribal

; OWNED AND OPERATED BY MORE*THAN Turnpike Authority 'Chairman Bell. All telephone service in the social dances. Star of the movie

'," 120 FLORIDA CATTLEMEN "* Thomas Manuel told Bryant thattt stat.wUI,be restored by Wednes- will be Juan Manuel Guerrero who ".

was up to the hew'governor to'.finance day night, according to C. J. Yates, will also star in a later movie''de J
.4 WE WORK FOR THE BEST MARKET INTERESTS OF "
and build the extension. Vice President-General Managerof picting J the life of Mario Lanza;f.,
CONSIGNORS AT ALL TIMES ...
.. Bryant replied that he was com- the company. This does not include .' /* "

'i WE ADVERTISE FOR COMPETITIVE BUYER PARTICIPATION mitted to build the turnpike from the Florida Keys which rep Garden Clubs To ': "

: AND MAINTAIN OPEN COMPETITIVE its present north end, Fort Pierce, resents 3,600 telephones. .
MARKET WHERE-ALL BUYERS BUY WITH to Orlando at the earliest feasible Open Fall Season -.' ".
time. Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Murphy and ..
CONFIDENCE
!, -= Bue he cautioned that before 'he chHircn, former Pahckee resident The Pahokee and Canal*.point .- .:

I could make any commitments, Jie now living at Indiantown were Garden Clubs and the Sod .Busters ;
1 : Glades Livestock Market' Ass'nON Would have to be filled in pn the guests here Sunday of his brother Garden Circle will open the fall ;:

status of Florida's interstate road- and sister-in-law,. Mr.. and Mrs. :season at a joint meeting and cov :,
PAHOKEE-BELXJB'GLADE ROAD building program, including the Ellis Murphy t.and uncle and aunt:, ered-dish supper in Community j

55 PHONE: ,Wy;6-S828 GEORGE YOUNG. MANAGER amount of federal funds the state Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Schroder. They J Building at Canal Point Tuesday,
1 will get In the future. were accompanied by her mother, j Sept. 20, at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. }.{. U. i

:. '"' I SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p..m. Road Board Chairman William Mrs. I*., Sckwitzer, of New Jersey; ;Mounts will give the program, J

1 KilMan assured; Bryant he. have the';figurepremPtly- I T' eye Worth.CSV : :" onem1)eZz I : will,be guestsJ: :. ,>* j

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Page Eight "t'I The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, September 16,1960


-- Karl Mindlin 'New Hale; & Hearty At 97 Hundleys Celebrate l-H'i' H .I '8 III 1 II 1111' H ''I-H I HI 8 M-H 'M 'I K 'M 1.I-H-H-" : (..


: 25th Anniversary THEATRESP

President r
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hundley cele-
r 1 brated their 25th wedding anniversary LAKE DRIVEINPahokee

Karl N. Mindlin, ownermanagerof Wednesday of last week with
the IHg Lake department, store, i open house at their home, 1251 Ba- Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
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was elected president of, the Paho- t. d com Point Rd., rom-7 to 10'p. m. -' -, -
kee Chamber of Commerce, at a t when approximately 175 friends -2 DIG FEATURES -

meeting of the executive boardinthe called on the couple to offer" con- SUNDAY-MONDAY-TtJESDAY $ AY-MONDAY -TUESDA'

Civic Building Wednesday 4 gratulations. "T" SEP'l"DmEB 18-19-20
I night of last week to re-organize y '. In the receiving line with Mr. SEPTEMBER 18-19-20 i

for the coming year, with President S. IS S-- and Mrs. Hundley was their 'son, "HELPER IN 'TIlE GAZEBO" .
Doris Sasser presiding. Other of- John Lloyd, 16. .Another son,
ficers elected were Robert Fisher, Wayne Scott, 14, was In charge of PINK TIGHTS"* GLENN FORD AND

vice-president; C.E. %Williams, 3 I the guest book.'Mrs::,lHunaTtey worea DEBBIE REYNOLDSSOPHIA
treasurer; and Luther York, sec e- street-length dress of blue lace < LOREN, ANTHONY AI.:50-

tary. :: over taffeta with blue accessories QUINN AND'STEVE Z, "THE WOMEN OF
Tentative plans wered iscussedfor and a white orchid corsage. FORREST PITOAIRN ISLAND"
the annual dinner meeting of Hostesses for the occasion were
'. the entrie chamber membership 'to Mrs. Edith Cross, Mrs.. H. M. Mc- H"l"H"H--I--H-'fr*H'I I I .1 1.1 I I I : I I I I I I I I I .. : J I IIi 1 I I f I }
be held in October at which time Intosh,. Mrs. George. Ramey, Mrs.

the newly elected, officers' 1 be Hugo Boe. -Mrs. Leo Maxwell Mrs.
Wedding Plans For Rev. O'Steen -
.. installed. John T. Pickett, Mrs. Robert B. SpeaksAt
Read at the meeting wasa sug- Simonson and Miss Julia Mathis. Miss Delilah StrayerPlans WSCS Meeting
gestion by the Okeechobee Cham- They presented to Mr. and Mrs. y
ber of Commerce that the Pahokee Hundley a beautiful silver coffee Steen
have been completed for The Rev. T. new pastor
chamber and 'other civic groups m k service.' the wedding of Miss Delilah Stray of the Pahokee First Methodist
,. towns US .-lin the Lake Okee- The refreshments table, covered
on er of Canal Point and Donald Ed- Church, was guest speaker at the
chobee area cooperate in the joint MRS. McBRIDE with a :silver' lace cloth, was setwith ward McKinnon of Dearborn Mich., September meeting of the Wom-

purchase, of a large highway'sign Alamo silver service, decorated with and Belle Glade, which will take an's Society of Christian Service

;. publicizing US' 441 as. the scenic Georgia arrangements of_tinted pink, mums place at St. Phillips Church in Belle held at the church, with Mrs. Ernest -
route along the eastern shores of I Up in Georgia on Rural Route 2 and lighted with pink tapers in Glade 3 p. m., Sept. 24, with Father Maxwell, new president, presid-
Lake Okecehobee. Luther York was out-of Alamo lives a rather remarkable silver holders. On the coffee table Francis X. French officiating.The ing. Introduced by :Mrs. Ralph O.
appointed to investigate this pro- person Mrs. Frances was a beautiful bouquet of sweet- bride's attendants will be Johnson program chairman of the

posal and report his recommendations McBride, who celebrated her 97th heart roses in a compote that once hed sister, Miss Glorida Strayer, Mary Martha Circle, he spoke on
,\ .at the next' meeting. birthday anniversary on March 11, belonged to Mrs. Hundley's grand- maid, of honor; Miss Tommie Faye "The Chart and Compass." Mrs.
1960, ,having been born March 11, mother. Mrs. Pickett arranged: the Miller and Miss Jane Watson, both John L. Hatton gave the devotionals. -
: Youngsters: Are At- 1863. Mrs. McBride .is' the mother decorations.Mr. of Pahokee, bridesmaids; Brenda .' '

. '- of Mrs. A. L. (Jack) Pope of Ca- and Mrs, Hundley came to Browning, flower girl. The society approved a recom-
are Karen Adams, Becky Barwick. nal and four other children who Pahokee to make their home immediately The bride will be given in marriage mendation by the Rev. O'Steen that

Benny Baxter, Charles Goodson, ire: Mrs. O. C. Roland of 'Canal following their marriageat by her ,brother? Woodrow. every Wednesday be designated as
Rebecca,.Ann Jackson, Larry Livingston Point, Mrs. Abbie Woodward of Eldorado, Kans., Sept 7, 1935. Strayer. Kenneth Wayne Henderson prayer day at the church, the san-
,' Shirley Levins, Billy Mac- Stuart, Mrs. Eunice :Argo and JohnC. In addition to.their two living sons, : of Belle;Glade will serve as best ctuary to be open on that day with
key,,Barbara,.Ann Morris and Car McBride both of Alamo Ga. they had another, the eldest, who :man; Donald Wayne Edwards, Pa- the cross lighted and soft background *
if" men Salvatore, m. Some of these Mrs. McBride at the age of 97 I died at infancy. Mr. Hundley is associated -| ]hokee, and .Buddy Harold, Bean music playing from 8 a. m.
plan .to enroll in institutions of recently underwent major surgey I as partner with the well-j
L. higher learning, at a later date. and came through with flying col- I known vegetable growing firm of};Mayaca will be ring bearer. / enter for prayer and meditation.

% .Among.other young people of the ors and is well on the mend and the McClure, Hundley. .and Apelgren.. The reception -will be ,at, the Pahokee .
.: Pahokee-Canal Point,'area who are physician, Dr. :McRae of McRae, Woman's .Club. No invitations FIRST FALL MEETINGGirl

< 't continuing their' studies at col-, Ga., said she "ought to live many Joyce Brown New -are being. sent locally, but all v Scout Troop 38 held its first;
.': leges and specialized training: more years.'' The physician was I .J friends of the couple are invited- to. meeting of the fall season at the .
schools this fall are Karl Watson, amazed at the stamina displayed by attend. : :t;
II his Advisor : -.-,- Johnson Clinic with Mrs. E. C.
. Judy Cunningham, Richard Herd. patient when she underwent Worthy
CARD TBANKS.We'wish :Johnson leader, to discuss activity
# away, Shirley Kincaid. Jill Mcll-,the major operation. OFC: '
wain, Willie Veal, and Richard Mrs. McBride is the oldest citi- to.thank the many folks plans for the coming year. The
Shackford -Palm Beach Junior zen living in Wheeler County Geor- Joyce Brown was elected worthy group voted to meet on Wednesday
who. were.ISO, kind>,and. thoughtfulduring
advisor of the Pahokee Assembly i nights. for the next four meetings.
,; College; Judy Platt, Cynthia gia. Mrs. Pope just recently returned I : the death of loved .
I' our one. -
Friend, Kenneth, McIntosh,, Wayne from Alamo and reports her Order of Rainbow for Girls, at the We shall I
always remember these Mrs.
;. Unwin, Jimmy Lee Hoyle and Rupert mother as "doing just fine." first meetIng.ofthe, fall season_held ] Donald Avera is enrolling
' in the Masonic Hall. Other new officers kindnesses.. thiswe"ek: in the School of Nursingat
. Mock, Jr., Florida State Unit I
InfPoints- elected were Elizabeth'Hum I :MRS. A M. PUGH Orange Memorial Hospital Or
yersityt. More 1 -
AND FAMILY lando.
f v Jean Brown: Wayne Sears David I(phries, worthy associate advisor; I

;!,r Simmonson and Johnny Guerry, (continued from 1) Martha Sellers, charity; Betty Rae ,
page Grails, hope, and Glenda Sears, I I
of Florida Donald
4 f-.: University ; said the domestic beet and cane '
Thompson and Ronnie Hitchcock .faith. .
j sugar industries have been encour- -T
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The Citadel, Military ;College of aged by recent increases in domestic 'The installation' F
dicers will be held in the Masonic NEWWAY
= South Carolina; Gene Parnellr quotas at the 'expense of
Florida;Southern College; George 11 Cuban, producers. The 1960 domestic Hall, Monday pt. 26, at 7:30 p.. ,
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-:. m. :Mrs. Angelea Sears, worthy matron '.
;. McElhenny, Emory University;| cane sugar marketing quotas
'v Neely Johnson, Georgia Institute regulated by Congress were increased of the Pahokee Chapter, Or- 4'+ '
r.' of Technology; Joan Darden a'll last month to 773,873 tons der of Eastern Star, :will serve :as ? TO --

3 Susan. Young, School of Nursing,; from 642,573 tons installing officer. She will .be assisted .

Jackson,.Memorial Hospital, Miami He contends that the govern- by Mrs..:Marie Hughes,:,chaplain -' ,1w
r ;., Donna. Davis, Charron-Wiil- ment "should 0.f fer increased! ; :Miss Ladora Crosby, marshal; Si- STOPHAND

.' iams- Commercial. College, Miami. quotas and better prices" for domestic Miss Amy Roell Young,- recorder;
r.- '!J and :Miss Alice Hurt, musician -
sugar. hope .we never
The public'is.invited. i
New' Officers Are again' depend on any foreign country ..... .. .
for one-third:of our sugar,." he ,
f." Named,By 2 'Circles. added.' ,Pastor: Wife HonoredBy
Before the recent cut in the
t e,'. Two of the circles of the Pahokee Cuban sugar'' quota the island' Church Groups ,

r- .Baptist Woman's Missionary Union country 'supplied about a third of : Chur-l : .WEEDING
,' elected" new" officers at meetings U, ,S.. needs.: Yaughn said .Florida The Pahokee First Baptist .

IJi;'! Tuesday. cane production.could be expanded ch was the scene Tuesday after- : ;'
;=t Members of the Faye Taylor Cir- "10 fold." U. 'S. Sugar Corp. noon of a social given'by members INA -

-.' .. ? cle., meeting.at. the church, elected grows about 80 per cent of all cane of the Betty Mills, Faye Taylor .
.,."T I trs.,..Gene* Gore, .chairman; ':Mrs..Edward in the state.Instruction. and Nini Briggs Circles of 'the /
t.:. Culberson, 'co-cl1airman. -.- .WMU: honoring Mrs James E

f f,: '. ,slid; :Mrs .Rjty Hawk, secretary.'The To Be.-' Boyd,' wife of th! 'pastor, who i is : VEGETABLES '

,fir ,group.voted tp.donate a;book, Phil moving: with her family to West
.: lips'' Translation of the Bible, to (continuedtirom1): Palm Beach at the end of this .

,the- church library. Secretary,of, the .Florida Congress. month, and: _Mrs. E. B. Gamble re.- SPRAY VEQADJEX AS YOU PLANT ',
:The Grace Jernigan Circle re-! tiring president of the WMU. Giftwere .a
;.: 'elected Mrs. H. C. Graham j'"The P.TJVA: political.Force" will presented to both of the honorees This new "chemical weeder" kills off
charI tough
:. man at the meeting at the J(deal with the Legislative program Prior to the social a mission '
",. Mrs. W..M.: DuBose. Other officers, and will beg iven by Henry C. Fox, study program was presented by :, grassy weeds as they sprout practically
elected were Miss Jane Plumer, Miami, Civil Defense Chairman, for :Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson, Jr., and a ends all hand weeding in vegetables. .

co-chairman;; Mrs. Alex Johnson the Florida Congress. special offering waS tendered for
secretary-treasurer; ':M-s. W. "M. 'The objectives of the School of mission work. Use Vegadex to control weeds in Cabbage, Corn

". '. DuBose; program;' :Mrs. Wiley Instruction. to deepen and clarify Snap Beans and Celery.
.' Thins, community missions; Mrs 'the understanding of Parent- FIVE CIRCLES MEET '

."* ,Mary Hammond mission study Teacher' work; 'to increase knowledge The five circles 'of"the Pahokee 'Vognrfnr. MITn off tough weeds like .

, "Mrs. W M. DuBose presented the ; to inspire the member to turn Methodist "Woman's Society of 'pnrrinnc, pigweed., duckweed, hfizJb ; -

'; devotionals; "God's .Beauty and his potentialities' for service into Christian Service 'will hold their itlnrtiifr..aad, : many more. 6m
E ,..Handiwork.: Taking part'in the real progress toward better homes September meetings ,at homes of \ s w.muct

program_were Mrs. Frank schools and communities:stimulate members Monday. The Margery Come in ow...get your Vega
\" .' ,son, Mrs. R. S. Douthit, Thomp-I him to'acquire information and Lair Circle will meet at the home :40tel lose it ready arm you plant!

ti ,Humphrey, Sr.. Mrs Tills techniques; and ,to acquaint him I of Mrs. Arch Biakey 3:30 m. .. .. .. ,&all
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ii.;:;.. JPlumer;.It was announced Mrs.Ir I with. resources to which he can turn the Mabel Simonson Circle, at the 1.1.

; Frank Thompson will.be hostess it for" heip- > :home of Mrs. M. P. dolman, 3:30p. .
; the October meeting at her home. Three or more:members of each ..
t J m.; the Gertrude Shirley Circle,
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.'. the j at the'home ofrs.D. B. Watkins
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B. Elliott has returned to Durham unit to.receive State credit. with-Mrs.: Ernest Maxwell, cohostess SEED COMPANY
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r. ,N. CL for'further ''m'edtcat .! 8 p. m.; 'the Wgiam Circle, at

,, :.;. '. treatment at the Duke Hospital. Mr._and Mrs. 'Jefeaay Harper 1 the home of Mre..E. D.. Sims, 'Jr.:, .PAHOKEE
: v He was.accoapaaied.; there iby.hta aDd children .leave retumeEI.1rem 8! p. m- and .. Mwy'Martha area BELLE GLADE
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