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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 23, 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
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00040
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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'September23,1960 ,PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT. By PAUL RARDIN



( ,CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT{ THE VAST. AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH &OUNTYPahokee

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Lions Club Will Sell Subscriptions To The Everglades News .




: To Earn Enough Money To Buy Glasses For Underprivileged- Children




> Police. Chief Says: Pahokee Brownies I Plan Funeral J For I Shirley wWWWWWUW Plant Gets' Sales Team Has Begun I

Selling In Effort'To'Secure :
Meet To ReOrganizePahokee Fresh White Paint

Please Be Careful I B. Elliott Pahokee .1 I I Enough Cash
Brownie Troop 128, at ,. Shirley Brothers, Inc., plant at To
Commissions Buy
a meeting at the First Methodist I L[the railroad crossing in Pahokee
H, Pahokee Police Chief Leon Guth- Church the first of the week' to,reorganize Funeral services for B. Elliott received a new coat of white paint Glasses Now NeededFor
; rie, who along with.his patrolmen, I for the.coming year, elected :59, of Pahokee, were-being plannedby this week and the building pre- Emergency.
keeps a close eye on the Pahokee!: Debbie Culberson, president;. the family Thursday afternoon sents an attractive appearance to
school zones during an hours of the I Beverly Woods, vice president;;when this newspaper went to press the passerby. The Shirley plant Cases
day, said this week that he appre- Pam Brady, treasurer; Nancy Watkins through the years has been one of -
ciates the cooperation, the department secretary; Ann :Mosley, Win-, I the busy spots in Pahokee, render Members of the PaHokee Lions
: is receiving this year from dow sergeant; Crissy' Scroggins ing a concrete and building ma- 'club started this week selling subscriptions "
:. 'the motorists. "It sure makes an and Teresa Douglas,' hostess com- terial service to customers in a -to THE EVERGLADES;
officer feel good when drivers ser- mittee; Jan Mosley and Martha wide area of the Lake Okeechobee NEWS in an effort to earn enough
ously take the,safety,of the young-: Holman, clean-up committee. The Region. The block plant located at commissions to buy several pairs of
:. stern in consideraiton when driving rotation system of holding office the end of Avenue E on SR715 in I glasses for underprivileged child
through our., school zones," the will be observed by the troop dur- >::.. Belle Glade in another Shirley en- ren. Officials of the club'said that ;
chief said. ing the Dooming'year :Mrs. Edward ? .erprise ,that gives service to an the Lions Club treasury is near de
Chief Guthrie and,his 'men have I Culberson ,and Mrs. James Smith, ever-growing: list of patrons in the pletion and that-it is urgently necessary j
t. a general' reputation of kindness! :Jr., are, serving as' troop, leaders; Lake Area.Blue that some money be earned
.. toward all motorists as theyjjasa Mrs. MIlton. Douglas Mrs. D._B. ; ti .. immediately to take care' of the
through' the school zone but they Watkins and Mrs. Billy 'P.ay Mos I 1 emergency cases 'needing glasses.
also have, another side-that' of ley, committe,,women.Reception 'j I Devils Play Paul Rardin, owner an*;publisher
>. serious rebuke to those who step of THE EVERGLADE HEWS at !
I', ';3?" on the gas;just a little too hard., Riviera Beach 11' Canal Point made a very generous
\ : Traffic tickets'are not beyon&AconsJderation \ : Greets ". Offer. ,to the Pahokee Lions;where-: .
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t Pahokee:school cam, through s Devils will open their"football season wfthfei the next few weeks'ori" ub*
the cooperaton''of the drivers and i x ,:5:' in"Cooley Stadium, West Palm scriptionsl: The newspaper r, established -
the constant'vigil'of the,police/le- The Canal_Point Parent-Teacbe:1: pk. Beach, this Fridayit gbt when'they "March It, 1924, has been under
partment have been fortunate ,Association ;held its. 'September ti .:4r' as fl meet"'the Riviera'Beach'Green HOr- Rardin'q management for more
{ through the:years. Not one serious! meeting'andreceptioa of teachers 'S.: nets in a Suncoast Conference tilt. than a quarter a century and he
accident has happened in:any of the in' the school cafeteria with Mrs. B. ELLIOTT Teams of the two schools met for has, during that time, made an'effort -
J school zotfes, and Chief Guthrie Joe Cherry, Jr., president,, presiding. Former Legislator the first time on' the gridiron last to see that news of the Paho-
{', said: 'Let's hope that this cooperation Palm Beach County year when Pahokee managed to kee-Canal'Point area and the Lake
. continues through the present I At the business session a budget squeeze.out a 0-0 victory over the Region in general is featured in the
l for the new'year was read by Mrs. following, his death at 10 o'clock Hornets.' This year's contest may publication. '

youngsters, ,: : I Cherry and adopted.. !Thursday morning. He passed prove even tougher ,for the Blue I D. B. Mathis, chairman of the
saying to all drivers: "Please Abe :Mrs. Cherry named as,chairmanof I away, in. Palm' Beach General; Hospital t Devils as the Hornets won .a 'one- sight committee of the Pahokee
. careful. ,standing committees! :.-Mrs.Floyd at Lake Worth wnere ne was I point victory upsetting the' Stuart''Lions, has taken on the Job of or
,;a' Erickson, membership; A. R. Harrington -j taken on Wednesday..after'hs con- Ti ers in their opener last week. ganizing selling team among:the I
program and founders e i I dition worsened following his return -I Coach Web,Pell, who is being assisted club, members and already they
{. Joyce Brown Takes day; Mrs. W. E. McCall, .lunch] to Lake Worth over the weekend 'I in'his coaching this season have started their work of soliciting ,
room; Mrs. James ,Gibson, budget from Duke University HosI by Bill Howard and Bob Maxson, subscriptions. The price of the
New Advisor Duties and finance; Mrs. W. C. Young, pital in :Durham; ..C. has an unexperienced and fairly paper is X2.00per year-the* sameas
j health and' mental world Floyd .Mr., Elliott. was, a charter mem- light team this year, but is having it was the day it was establishedmore
Erickson,. safety; Mrs, ,P. Jones, ber of the Pahokee Rotary Club more material to work with than than 35 years ago-and the
Joyce 'Brown, was Installed' new publications; Mrs. Grady Echois; and served as president of that or last season when at times there Lions are earning a handsome com-

worthy: advisor,of the Pahokee Assembly hospitality; Mrs.A.R. Harrington; ganization. At Thursday's meeting were., ,not enough players on the mission on each sale.. In fact the
Rainbow for library and ,visual laid; Mrs. Tom Acting President Robert O. Lamps J practce feld to form two full Lions were more than happy with
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' ,Braddock, study; group; Mrs. Dick 'announcing 'Mr. Elliott's death j teams for scrmmage. This seasonan the proposed plan of, commissions.
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:. .;._ Girls. aLa public! installation 'cere- Miller, publicity; Mrs. W. E.Black- two 'hours before, asked all members average of 33 boys' have been There are nearly 25 children. :n
,, >> mony held in the Masonic'Hall with well; welfare; Mrs. Leonard M l- ..to stand in a moment of silent I reporting for daily practice. I I the underprivileged .class in the
\ Mrs. Marie ,Hughes serving''as .in'Stalling .son; 'Christmas, :card fund-raising :tribute to the departed past. presi- tonight's game Pell plans to Pahokee area who: geed glasses in .
;;. .:., officer. !project; Mrs. R. EL;;McKee, Junior, dent. Mr.Elliott.served three terms start.James, Smith at left, ,end; order that they may.continue to.attend -
}];, ;'. inducted_ Red Cross'leader;__and W. E. John I In the state, legislature from Palm JohnT Hundleyleft .tackle; Curtis school, one of the. paperselling
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ti. .c Other officers son, Halloween carnivaL. I,Beach couny and :was elected to Russom left guard; Renzo Echols Lions said yesterday."We must
:, Elizabeth Humphries, worthy associate It:was announced thev"PTAsponsored -': over the House x>f Repre'sentatives center; :Mike Wilson, right guard; raise money now, if these, youngtens J
U advisor;, Martha Sellers, school; calendar: is 'ready, for as Speaker during one Claud Morgan.right tackle; ,Ralph are to be properly fitte ,charity;,'Betty Rae GlUis, hope; sale; also the Christmas card sales of those terms. It was during this I Jones, right end; Denny Padgett, carry on their studies," he said:
Glenda Sears, faith; Toni Touch- will 'start :immediately :under Mrs. speakership that_he was prominently -.quarterback; James Suggs andJohn So, here is your opportunity to
berry; chaplain; Katherine, Young, Maxson's direction. The monthly mentioned as a candidate for Davis, helf backs and Doug 1 1i kill I two birds with one little rock. I
I' drill leader; Alice Hurt: musician; attendance award was won by-Mrs governor. i Blanton, fullback.:. Spend a couple of bucks=;get a
Sharon Watson, Willadene Todd,i Alma Burr's first grade room. I Mr. Elliott was one 'of the pioneer I On the defense Freshman Harold good weekly paper visiting your
Gale Sears, Velma Williams, Principal W. W. White spoke I residents of Pahokee, having I Peacock 'will probably see ,considerable home every week and at the same
nie ,Singletary, Elaine Adams eon-I briefly about the Canal Point opened the Ford Sales Agency action as line.backer, as well time help some underprivilegedchild
Hazel Sheppard, color stations. :School and introduced the teachers,I II 'there in 1922. He operated it as Mike Watkins and David Fountain i to see properly.and efficiently I I IIso
Assisting the installing officer the same staff as last year; the through the years until five years ,* defensive tackles,. and Jimmy I that he may continue his studies.
were Mrs. Angelia Sears,'chaplain;I.I neW.cafeteria manager, Mrs. Lola ago when be sold out to L. A. Raul- Vandegrift, defensive.half back.
t Ladora Crosby, marshal; ,Amy-Ro-'l Ryals,, and,her assistant, Mrs. An- erson,owner of the National Truck- Bandmaster Robert O. Lampi's Cub Pack Meeting '" :
ell Young, recorder; and Alice dersen r and the new custodian, ing Company of. Jacksonville. Since PHS Band will be present to give
Elaine,Hurt musician.:Board members Herbert ,Miller,. all of whom :were 'that time'Mr. Elliott had been engaged the ever-sparkling performance ICalled For Tuesday
present :were-Bruce Nix, Mrs. honored at the reception following in real Estate operations on during the halftime show.
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Sears and Mrs., Hughes. the meeting. Each of the honorees i the East Coast until he was incapacitated I 4Mr. I.i :1, L. Tyson Jr., cubmaster of .
The hall :was decorated with" hibiscus was.presented' with a potted: by his recent illness' I II and Mrs. R. W.Sanders vist-I Pahokee Cub Scout Pack 623 has
and fern',for the ceremony. plant gifts 'from PTA. Refresh- I Survivors are: His wife, Veivaone edtheir son-in-law and ''daughter called a meeting to be held in the
The new worthy advisor presented ments of punch and pound cake,, daughter, ,Mrs LecrWroten of CoL aat Krs. Andrew Keyes and I social hall of the First Methodist
gifts to the mstaHtBg1:.officers and were served by Mrs. Cherry and I I t Pahokee, three sons, Elmer B.. family in Miami Sunday.-Col._Reyes Church Tuesday Sept. 27, at 7:30p. ,
in turn was presented" '' 9thgifts her'hostess .committee.Mrs. Ronnie ,and Wayne; one brother reported to be critically ilL' m. for the purpose of reorganizing
from members of the'assembly. She Thomas of Pahofcee; five sisters, and re-activating the?'pack
: alsoreceived; an 'arm bouquet .of Frank Friend attested a Mrs. 'Lola Blake :of Orlando, Mrs. for the coming year. Boys:,:'from
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:Mrs:: X. W. Brown.who were hosts the opening of the West .Palm Mrs.. Lorrain' DooJittle' of Fort Lau- B., BHott of Fort: : Lau4edale. His Join the pack. Parents are ured to .
r :daring.the serving of:refreshments B &eh Woman's dub Wig, OB derdate,_ Mrs. Bonnie Allen of paK father,' J. B.. HKott,' 86,' passed accompany their sons 'to',the,. ,meet: -
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1 To- state university system will offic ESCAPE ELECTROCUTION
r' New; University ially'begin operation ;with a con-I Tanya Schroder 23-monthdaugh-
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Wt .. Open First Time Sept. 26. Present will be most of Schroder of ''Hypoluxo and grand-
'.'. the state's public officials and law daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. ;J.
I -!.- makers and noted educators from;:Schroder of Pahokee, narrowly
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: TAMPA Florida will 'take a 1 throughout the state and nation. j l I escaped electrocution recently
big.cultural .and'intellectual.. stride Classes will begin after the inAuguration when she bit into an extension cord
;; forward when the'modern new University program, ,.and thousands -''attached to an electric drill her
J' f of South ,Florida opens. at of friends, relatives ,and interested -'!father was using at their J home.
; I Tampa. citizens will be'present forth The child was knocked unconsciousby
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;: .I Rising swiftly across a.l,700-acre historic event. ': -. electric shock and neighbor

.. plot of wooded land some 10: miles j C'- administered artificial, respiration _.
r- northeast of the'center of the city)j ,until an ambulance arrived to rush
L the new university may well be the j BIRTHDAY ,PARTY her to the hospital for emergency
0; The Rardin BuiHing In Canal Point, Florida first such institution in the United Debbie Smith, .daughter of Mr. ,treatment.
States to t>e designed and build and Mrs. James T, Smith and 1! .
THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE,REGION HOME OFt completely from scratch.-- I Sheila -MiUs. daughter ,of Mr., and 1[WEEK PRAYER
While other pubhd higher education #Mrs. ,Roy Mills jointly celebrated [ Members of theCanal Point
r THE MEMLA&ES( : NEWS centers have developed out .of their' seventh dirthday anniversaries -I!Baptist Woman's Missionary Society
:, : existing institutions or have been at a party held at the "Mills ; observed a week of player for
!'t *: Serving the lake,Okeechobee FarmJng'Regton'Wlthou built a college. at & time, the, University .home,:rith'their'ixlotiters acting a* [State missions with two special
=M I.r Interruption 'yy Week More Than 3tf Years of South Florida will be a hdste_ 'COnteSt. prices'were:.woh meetings at the church under the

I;' Established March 11, 19Z4 Published Every Friday full-fledged university: from ;the by Jot Crady and Teresa Douglas. direction of Mrs. D. P. Hughes

r- Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance beginning with four colleges a Refreshments were served to approximately prayer chairman. The theme of the .
:.i .' faculty of 115 or more and well 35 guests. observance was "Think on these
( The Everglades News Is Entered at'the'Post Office over 1,000"freshmen. Things in Florida.
In'Canal'Poiat, Florida as Second Class With a class being ,added each
t' latter. year some 6,000 students in all .COVERED DISH SUPPER The Rev. Robert A. Shelley spoke
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:': Paul Etardm Owner Editor, Publisher four grades are expected by 1964. The Young Adults Class of the Ion liThe Lost Chord" at the monthly .
.. I The faculty and staff by then will Canal Point Methodist 'Church dinner meeting of the Methodist
: DA (Club H ldsI I i I in '1959 from the'Everglades Ex number close to 1,500 and.as manyas School will hold ,a covered-dish Men's Club held in the social hall
periment Station. Dr. Tom Bret 15 buildings will :be in use. supper in the educational building of the Pahokee First Methodist
ti"ti"'U ger Sugarcane Physiologist Emeritus The new member of Florida's i;of the church Monday at 7 p.-m. I I Church. .
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.,>: member in the club.,Dr. Bregger, a J fI
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? "" The Everglades USDA Club resumed former staff member at the Ever I

ai. their monthly meeting, Sep- glades Experiment Station, retiredin I
:..' tember If,960 In'Belle Glade after 1958. Members, attending the
.."" a summer recess., Tile members meeting were as follows: Carolyn I I- :
lunched at ,the, Dixiana Grill.. Following Glover, Irene Doub, .Dee Maxson, _
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!.'; the -lunch they met -in the Dorothy O'Neal, Mills Byrom Don
:t'. Fiber Laboratory at the Everglades Fishier, Hi Whitemore Jack Lit-I I 6-2550: ,
Experiment Station where they tle Virgil Bracker, Griffin Bell I Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY Belle Glade .

t| viewed several films shown by Frank Joyner, Doug Wilson, Vic ,
I SALES and SERVICE
Mills H.'Byrom, Leader of.the Long Green Ed Todd, Bascomb Belcher, I
i" Fiber Plants 'Harvesting nad Processing Weldon Cardin Robby Walker: f
;Investigations. The ,films I I I Preston'Duncklemari, Don Waddell, L I Heating Air Conditioning Appliances i
Showed mechanized processing ,oflecheguilla and J. E.Roland.Robert :
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: t lla1uJeY1er1aram1e and E. Hellwig, Chairman of
r kenaf :fibers. Following I the films, the Club's Membership Committee .
Vie Green led-the.group ,in a. discussion was transferred to Tifton, Georgia! '
J. on;the future>sugar.quota. on July. .1, 1960. Bob, an agricultural -:I -5
:Mr.'Byrom'then took,the group on engineer, came to the Ever-' !
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,. demonstrated some of, the-.ma- from Orient, Ohio where he was I
tines and.spla1ned:how:the fiber employed, with the Belt Corporation. r h.b

,_ was decorticated. At the Everglades Station he
Guests attending 'the meeting worked on all phases of fiber mechanization -I a '
r.\! -were'George Van-den Berghe, Ag- ,especially ,on sansevieria cA'
t-:,.. jTpnomy Advisor;to the:DepartgDent, planting and kenaf harvesting andwashing "
f. ,of Agriculture r and Donald H. lexander."Region.I working machinery for, pelleting \
( Jal Director of .the Plant Pest Con- Coastal Bermuda; Grass for
trol ,of ARS' from Coral Gables, stock feed at the Tifton Station.
, Florida.:A new,member joining the Bob is missed very much by Ms'
: group was.Jim,Gifford, Entomolo- many friends in the USDA Club.- J
'.. ..gist transferring ,from Tifton.: '
.Georgia Canal'Point. Mr. Gifford CLASSIFIED ADS effect JI

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T .. '., Electricity :that lightens year farm ebons, also brighter
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7. your leisure brings you a "frost 'row" cloee-up of the ,
;Oncea: base for Spaeish adventurers ,and pirate ,
1 crews;Florida's: southernmost.county is one of' the <' : ::: :: 'world's beet entertainment. ,!
y'.formed in 1822. It is famed far and .- .
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: J *Aa Overseas highway that'leaps'from bland to island ,, ,:>. ...=Nows a good ti e:to,add a second TV set-to double. your ,' ry ;
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S ; 'way to'rtch:'vacation and fishing'grounds'Utteuflheut t: ,.)t5/:. v .\ .' -fvn aad satisfy everyose! .A rodior ,too, m every room, fair .. .- .
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..' at the'end'of the rambling islands' on. 'an island-3& of'- F:, ;.-i, tt V woAaibop and bams is "good company" entertaining; relax I

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2; r'. ,works constantly to maintain| the sale of beer and 1 ";--; ...
, .fale.uncter 'pleasant, orderly ,.coadHfe&s. ''BeHevfeg #. :
: .'' "' that strict, law enforcement serves.the best,'interest* : .7 .... !.F ;ENJOY A FREE DEMONSTRATION AT YOUR DEALERS ...TODAY ._
co. ,: of re people of Florida 'tbe Fo ndation strewe; '1 "
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Png3JrP.ur; The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday Septmeber 23,,1960

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:Mrs. Lewis Cowart is a patient!
at the Everglades Memorial Hospital -II

olliJl this week. Mrs. W. N. Veal j

'" I PERSONAL is driving Mrs. Cowart's school bus

.during her illness. YOUNGEST PRESIDENT
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ho--- Mrs. Emma Wheeler of Lakelandis
\ /' Albert Fremd home.from visitingK :TIT?.11.Judy Cunningham, :Miss Jill spending this month in Pahokee fifie kATlClrWAS roUM 7HEODQ8SROOSEV&JlYOUNGEST STf>REstcfvrATMA -

', his son and daughter-in-law: .Lieut McIlwain and Miss: Shirley,Kincaid, I the guest of her: son-in-law, and THE EX-/< xHRI e was4 Z
K and Mrs. Harry Fremd and family who are sharing a cottage in West I daughter Mrv and. 'Mrs.,,)'. M. E1-'J: fvHEMHEszccEEoED mE.ASA.s.stNATEO

::'< at Norfolk, Va. Lt.,Fremd recently Palm Beach while attending Palm liott.Miss 2. A-FKlNlCY'' ..

I t. % returned from sea duty onthe U S. i Beach Junior College,. spent the Billle Hand who spent the I

J Carrier Forrestal. weekend in Pahokee with their par- pastweek. with her uncle and aunt,

.[' 'Mrs. Wade Ammons. ( spent the. ents. Mr. and Mrs., Ed Forbes, in ,West ;
:: past week in Lakeland visiting her I Mr., and Mrs. G. T. Echols, Mr. I I Palm Beach while convalescingfrom I

:.. mother Mrs.' E. M. Osborne and and Mrs. O. Hi Sheppard and a recent illness, returned to .

;;" other.re aUves. Enroute home she daughter, Hazel, visited relativesat her home here Wednesday. 0V4, {yB :
ti-I also visited her brother-in-law and Naples Sunday Mr. and Mrs. D. W. :Young and

sister,, Mr.'and :Mrs. T. b. Hornbyt ,Mrs. Arden Geiger and daughter, Mr and Mrs.,Homer Barnes visited

{' at Wauchula: ( Peggy, accompanied by Miss Con-i relatives and friends at Naples

;t4 Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Simonson nie Singletary SAnd Miss Velma 1 Sunday.Mr. : d4

: t" motored to Lakeland, Monday,, ace Williams,.'spent Sunday in Fort and Mrs. I. S.Guthrie expectto r oES S

:V companied by their son David, wno Pierce,visiting Mrs Geiger's moth have as guests this weekend \

',. enrolled 'as 'a freshman 'at' Florida' er, Mrs. J. K,"Royeton and other their granddaughter Mrs.: Gary FIRST LABYWAS ; '.

Southern College relatives. Sammons, of Tallahassee, and theirson .
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,Mrs.. Violet White and brother. Mrs.. Willard Garrett and daughter -, and daughter-in-law, Mr. and 'iifrE E ; ;

':, -.Jackson, had ,asa guest over of West Palm Beach visited her Mrs. Norwood Guthrie. and children h rRRsTL4DY f; f
E the weekend'Miss: Hazel- Walz 'of i parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,Ray Single-I of Miami. tKA4 9ARDiNfR 7VZErt'j
the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Lee' Wroten visited ECDND m O'= ;
Fort Myers. She was accompanied tary, here over
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back 'to Fort' Myers ,by :Mr. Jack- Mrs. H.. M. McIntosh and Mrs, herparents, Mr. ,and Mrs." B. El- -. .
son, Who. is visiting friends there Lloyd Hundley ,were visitors in :Mi. liott and other relatives" Lake

this week. ami Saturday.Mr. Worth Sunday..
.. and Mrs. ,P. B. Wllianisonwere Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux '
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The Canal Point Methpdist: : Worn1an's" 1n+
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S business visitors in Wauchula visited his brother, Francis M.
Society of Christian Servicewas
Monday. Bordeaux and family in Fort :My-
represented sat the WSCS semi- '
Miss Julia Mathis has returnedto ers Sunday.Mr. .
nar in Fort Lauderdale by Mrs. W., I
her work at the Bank of Paho and'Mrs., Vincent Hendersonhave Wic.YftwBarUSSlWNGSbOOSnxrtxon+& BECAUSE iver !
E. Blackwell, president Mrs. Pope kee after a six-month, leave of ab returned .to their home in Pa- PROMISS rou3:' %!!-lW HElD 7 ,JI4TlJR/TY. U.S.SAVINGS BONDS
Sears and Mrs. E. Maxson.Classified ,AIlEtXR GUARATEEMrs. FturY- REGULARLY rs > I I7HEMRJR
sence. hokee from Chambersburg, Pa., II R RETURN SJ :
e< Mrs. E. A. Tillman is 'the guestof where he has been,working in the I

to:. III her son, Sidney J. Tillman, and fruit deal* -
family in Miami this week while --fi.; :and Mrs. L. W. Mullis had I L
:; 'Ads weekend their G. H. Tucker, Jr., entertained Mr and Mrs. J. P. Herring haveas
convalescing from recent surgery.Mr. as a, guest over the
t and Mrs. D. Hughes mot- son T. J. Mullis of Miami.G. I I at her home with'a party honoring ? guests this week their grand-

.: HAD A VISITOR,? Give 2661 a ored to Orlando Sunday' to take C. Connell is a- patient' at a her; son, Hank, on his ninth daughter, Mrs. Sam Mudonna and
their duaghter, Katherine for enrollment West Palm Beach hospital this birthday anniversary. Followingthe .
; ring and let us know about it I I sons of West Palm Beach.
of refreshments the
., serving by
in the Jones Business Col week.
and we will be happy to put the hostess, Hank and his guests saw Mrs. James Miller spent the
item in our personal.news column. Wendell Harris was a business
lege.Mr. the show at the Prince Theatre. weekend in Miami with her,daughter -
"' Of course there is NO CHARGE. and .Mrs._ J. V. Thomas had visitor in Fort ,Pierce this week. I I
Richard Tillis has returned from Mrs. Lou Lombard and family.
Thanks. The Everglades News. as guests over the weekend' their; Mrs. Elmer. Odell Winch who be-I I a visit with his brother, Melvin .

-- daughter Miss Nancy fore her recent,marriage was Mrs Tills, and' family in Nashville, PATIENTS AT HOSPITAL
f. IS YOUR CLUB OR'Church
group Miss,Sue Lewis and Bob omas"l Hazel Jenkins :has.resigned her po*>I '
meeting this week? We would be >Tenn. He was accompanied by Among the patients at the Everglades
of Miami. sition as head of the ladies wear
glad to know about it and will use ? I Roger Jaudon of Wauchula. Memorial Hospital Wednesday
,it as a news item if you'll just ,George Watt and James King, ,department of''s Department I Mrs. Ruby Chaney, accompanied were Antonio Torres, Mrs.

\ give us a ring at 2661. .Thanks. both.of Tallahassee,visited friendsin Stqre, Pahokee after 19 years of:Iby[ her daughter Mrs. Thelma Mamie Prince, Al Lavender, Charles
The Everglades News. There is no the Glades area this week. :continuous e j employment.at Kahn's.Mrs 1 I I!Wood.'attendd"funeral services for Cozart Mrs. Mary Cowart, i ii
of'
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charge, of course. The Canal Point Lions Club will l Harris' sons her; : niece, Mrs. Hazel Truck, 23. i Thomas Duckworth, William Hill,
West Palm Beach visited her I
be host Monday night at a'dinner parents !I In.Miami Tuesday.,Mrs. Truck was Mrs. Tommie Dean Mrs. Jacqueline -
IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION past in the Community Building:at the Mr.: ;land
due? If you're going on vacation -, Glades Park for the teachers of the here o Don weekend.. l I'Charles Chancy, former Pahokee Mrs. Edith Tills Mrs. Ruby Meredith
let us have a check before you Mrs., :Wilson! ::;aad children. of I residents
Canal Point School. Wives of the F I[ and granddaughter of Milo Jones, Mrs. Marion Dob
go. Send $2.00 and we'll renew Lions will also be guests. PresidentP. Nashville, Tenn., are'gusts here'of I the last Elsia Chaney. She Is survived row James Basford, Mrs. Lflj;
your paper for one year. The A. Slonaker is in charge of ar her parents ,Mr. and Mrs. I. G.i by her husband, Bill and two Chance, Lydia Brooks' William (I

Everglades News Canal Point rangements. Thompson.Miss children, Debbie and Butch. Unwin and Jessie Hughes.
Fla. 'Joanne Darden, student 'I I ,
Mrs. H.J Anderson''is the guest .. i .
\ nurse at Jackson Memorial Hospital ::
FOR SALE: New and used Willys this week of Mr. and Mrs. William Miami,.is,convalescing at'the I. r I
Jeeps. Walter Aahl y'a: Garagein Van Zonneve\dt, Jr.., at Vero Beach. Mrs.
] ,- Mr. and
of
home parents
Belle Glade Phone 3058., I I b : .1
i W. C. D, rden,' in Pahokee follow- 1
Oct rr-54-ch. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
ing a-recent appendectomy. NEW j
PRINTING OF ALL KINDS. If REGISTER FICTITIOUS MIss Gayle Johnson daughter of

.: you need cards, envelopesletter- NAME Mr. and Mrs.W.. M. Johnson has .' f
heads, statements,bID heads, hand i Notice'",is hereby given that theundersigned returned to Breyard:,.N. c.. to continue !

bills or something in the printing under the provisionsof her studies at.Brevard--College : WAY TO / .
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Laws of,Florida, ,
line just step to the phone and call Chapter 20,953, where she Is almemberof'theljunior :
The Everglades News at Canal Acts of 1941, will register' with class.

Point,-No 266. We are experts In the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson I

producing excellent printing & dour and for Palm Beach County FlorIda Sr., haVe returned from a five-week STOP- .

prices are in line with out of upon: receipt of proof of 'Publication visit with relatives and friends in

town printers who come to the of this notice, the fictitious Valdosta, Ga., and"North:Florida.Mr. .
name, to wit: and Mrs. L. Minter Collinsare
Glades for printing busb es Please ,' HAND. .
HUNT REAL ESTATE their son-in-law and ;
visiting
,give ua a can. Phone 2661. <
under, \1hich'I am engaged Jn bus. daughteH Lt. and Mrs. William U

XX>R SALE: Lunch Stand. Call iness at Pahokee,. Florida. I Gary, at Lawton Okla. i
Pahokee 7667. SSOp That the party interested'in said Mr.and Mrs. A.R. Chastain have

business is as follows: as guests this week his hjother,
FOR LEASE: 15 acres of fine land
WiEDING
.NELLE K. BUNT Oscar Chastain. and sister MWU.M.
Lake. Also service station
near a
128 South Lake Ave. Gibson, both of Thomasville, Ga.
I in Canal Point: Keen Real Estate
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Phone'2131. Pahokee. Pahokee County of Palm Beach Ralph Kirk has gone to Fort
Florida. Sept. 16, 1960. Jackson S. c., for six months of _

% FOB SALE: Two ,bedroom frame ,Fina'Nawe,., !.Hunt Real Estate.' training the National Guard.'. ..' ,. ..: : w__ .
house and two bedroom CBS By Nelle K. Hunf., Freddy Blakey, a sophomore af VEGETABLES 1 1a. :

t house. Keea Real Estate, Phone Sept. 16, 23,-30, Oct.J, 1960 ..: Palm Beach Junior College, visited :;

''? 2131r, Pahokee. 4-"- ,.oIt .- ------. 1 .parents, Mr. and., ,Mrs,. .Arch :. ,....: 1 .. .' l !
I'. : Blakey n ahokee ovier the week '
,ACREAGE WANTED for>listing.: f fNOTICE INTENTIONTO end. '- j ._. S AV VEGADEX AS YOU PLANT .. {

'We have customer for ,1,OOO I TO REGISTER, FIvTrTIOUSNAME ,Mr. and Mrs. L.' D. Echols? and j

acres..Call Keen Real Estate Phone '! daughter, Betty vsited their son, This new "chemical weeder" kills off tough (

2131, Pahokee. I' Notice.Is. hereby giver that the Ted Echols,' and family at Mel- grassy weeds as they sprout practically ;
undersigned, under the provisions
bourne Sunday.
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ends all hand weeding in vegetables.
i of Chapter 20,953.Laws bf Florida Mrs. D. E. McKinnon entertained

l Acts of 1941, will register With recently at her home in Dearborn.
Acreage-Realtor Use Vegadex to control weeds in Cabbage, Corn I
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the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in Mich., with a shower and buffet .
,and for Palm Beach County, Florida dinner, honoring by proxy Miss Snap Beans and Celery., ; i ii
I Sped la Agricoltaral upon receipt/of proof of Pub- Delilah Strayer of Canal Point i
Vfeate Ws off too.weeds MfcaComem
ACREAGE of aH kId. lication of this notice, the fictitious bride-elect of her son, Donald Edward .;

:Many years experience to. name, to wilt: I : McKinnon.. Thirty-five guests )r-. ..Jei l- .. t, ,'I

Glades .MnpfrTMida. OaK me GLADES REFUSE COLLECTION I attended., ( "-.8Dd -. i
you mat to'' BUY, w K.aww
When ,
SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Scruggs took
SELL,:TRADE, or Invest la under which we are engaged in I I their son, Horace,. and, William M. __...,.t V.ltz I

Real Estate Acreage.Thurmond i I business at Pahokee, Florida: Crews Jr., to Gainesville where the :*i* lose ready+ ate yos pfeatfKILGORE I

I That the parties interested, in two young men enrolled fresh- ---_-..._ r ,* .
i said business are as follows:' men at the University of Florida. .

'W.Kaight BOB AND BILL' SHACKFORD* i While there they were guests of !

BEALTOR Owners II their son-in-law and daughter, Mr.

Pahokee ,County of Palm Beach and Mrs.: Calvin Padgett,and,fain SEED COMPANY
Box 14K, VK-6486, VB-968S Florida,,,Sept.'9, 1960. ily. .i.iPAHOKEE

,Riviera.Beach.Florida.. Firm Name': Glades Refuse Collection -.: Dr.. and Mrs.. F. H. Poteete are ,

Service among those from this area who
j'Honest-. ,. ,EfReteat, Ooarteoas BY BOB ,AND BILL 'plan 'to attend, the Florida-Florida BELLE GLADE
", S6n1ee' PHONE am PHONE
i .''' ... __1 .r SHACKFORD.' !State football game at Gainesville. .' WY 6-2093
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Page>Six The Everglades News: Canal Point. Florida Friday, Septmeber 23, 1960

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Pahokee Circles Houston Corp. Will f

September MeetingsMrs. Entertain Growers "

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: James W. Vann, status of MIAMI BEACH The Houston ,

': ., women secretary for the Pahokee Corporation with Board Chairman \
Methodist Woman's- Society of and Mrs F. E. Stanley, St. Peters- I

r Christian Service visited the burg, acting as hosts will sponsorthe
WSCS circles at their September welcoming eon at the 17th'
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r meetings the first of the week to annual convention of the Florida "

distribute to members service activity Fruit & Vegetable Association at I
cards for the coming year. Hotel Fontainebleau, Miami Beach, \
I: Intercessory prayer cards were on September 27, according to J. '
The Pahokee ChurchOf Canal Point First I I Christian Science .also handed out at the 'meetings. Abney Cox, Princeton, convention

The Nazarene Baptist Church Group Of Canal Point Mrs. Thomas Hignite was named chairman..
i spiritual life chairman at the meet .w f)' consider this gracious gesture ;
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ing of the Margery Lair Circle at on the part of The Houston
71 Bacom Point Road EIder R. E.Barfield CURCHE OF CHRIST i
r Charles F. CrausweU Pastor SUNDAY: The eternal harmonious natureof I the home of Mrs. Arch,Blakey with Corporation as genuine evidence
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Phone 7528 P. O.Bas;'882 10:00 a.m.-Sunday.School -* God's creation will be broughtout II Mrs. Dorothy Stanley, general cooperation in industry," said Cox. '.
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>, SUNDAY SERVICES: 11:00 a. m.-MornIng Worship at Christian Science services chairman, presiding. Mrs. G. W. "Since coming to Florida' and
9:45 a. ,nx---Sunday: E choc l., 7:00 p, m.-B. T. C. ', 5- Sunday in the"'Lesson-Sermon on I Byrd gave the program and 'Mrs. establishing his residence here,
.... 11:00 a. m.-Sunday:'Worms: 8:00 p m.-Evening Worship"" the subject of "Reality,"' Blakey, the.devoionals. Mrs Ella Mr Stanley has been named director -
E, 6:30 pv m. Juniors. WEDNDESDAY: Among the Bible passages to be I Crippen of Dania, mother of Mrs. at large to the Florida State
7:00 m.- -Sunoay Evesteg Chamber of Commerce, .chairman
p. 7:30 p. m._ Midweek: Prayer read are these verses from Psalms Stanley was a visitor.
t. Evangelistic Service. Service (111:7, 8): "The works of his handsare : The' Mabel Simonson Circle, of the ,St. Petersburg United Fund

WEDNESDAT: -: _2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: verity and judgment; all his ;meeting at the home of Mrs., M. P. Campaign for 19 0 and is Florida
; 7:30 p. m.-Midweek. ,>s'rayerr ; 7:30 p. m.-Lad1e.s Auxiliary commandments a're sure.' They Holman: with the president, Mrs. West Coast chairman of the CrUsade -

r; "Where meethtg.-you are stranger but Meeting., stand fast for ever and ever and H. J. ,Anderson, presiding, voted to for Freedom....,".!Cox stated. ,' ,
: ---,-- have a joint meeting with the Mar-
are, done in truth and uprightness. ? '
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:, 'oace". .. The Methodist Church -" gery Lair Circle at the home of Secret Sisters Of I
r Mrs. 'rank Friend in October
Readings from,_ "Science and
First Methodist Canal. Point Florida Health with Key to.the Scriptures"by members of the Margery Lair Sorority Named ,

{ Church Pahokee Mary Baker Eddy will include group .to attend as guests. Mrs. -' >
Robert" A. Shelley,PaswI I:this (208:20): "Let ,Us learn of the Friend 'presented a' program relat- Members' of the Xi Alpn Mu
t. SUNDAY: I real and eternal, and prepare for ing to missions in Cuba and spokeon Chapter Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, 1
j Rev. T. C. O'Steen 10:00 Church School held their annual secret sisters
; SUNDAY a. m.- the reign of Spirit, the kingdom of "What WSCS Means to Me.
; 11:00 a.; m:-Morning Worship Mrs. Holman gave the devotionals.Mrs. revealing party at the first meet-
9:45 Church School' heaven,-the reign and rule of uni- I
a. m. -
6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship D. B. Watkins land Mrs. ing of the fall season at tho home
I versal harmony, which cannot be ,
11:00 m.
: a. Morning Worship
7:30 of Mrs. Joan Tucker. Those who
-Evening Worship
p. Ernest Maxwell were hostesses to
6:45 p. m. MYF lost nor remain forever unseen.
MONDAY: have served secret sisters for \
members of the Gertrude Shirley as
7:45 Worship i The Golden Text is from Lamen-
m. Evening
f. p. 3:15 m.Youth Choir practice the past identified and
TUESDAY: p. .. tations (5:19): "Thou O Lord, re- Circle at Mrs. Watkins' home with year were
:;' 7:00 .p. .-Vesper Choir prac- TUESDAY: mainest for ever; thy throne from Mrs., Frances Dunson chairman gifts exchanged. Names"v"r e
8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society drawn for scret sisters to serve \
; heWEDNESDAY generation to generation' presiding. The group made plans to
1st Tuesday2nd .- present the program at the general through the coming year.
: 7:45 m.-Mld-week'devotions MONDAY: meetings of WSCS Oct. 3. Mrs. The group voted to sponsor the I
p. Charles MaxsonIs
rz : 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir practice. 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class.meeting, Mrs. Laura Justice presented the program Alice Bell*charm school at Pahokee

) WEDNESDAY: Circle ChairmanThe and Mrs. Leon Spooner, the Oct. 24 and 25. The program was
1
\ S 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting devotionals.'The October ,meeting presented by :Mrs. Georgia Moon

St. Mary's Catholic -. September meetmg of the will be,the home of Mrs* Justice. and Mrs. Donna Plumer. It was

i Church Of God Hannah Scoggin-Annie Jones Circle ,"The Purpose and Scope of WSCS announced the chapter will have-a ,
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', Church Work" was ,the program topic pre frontier party at the home of Mrs. C
'': Barfield of the Canal Point;Baptist WMS Genevieve Wilson on Oct. 1..
Highway sented by Mrs: I.. M. Lair at the ,
Did t .
c .. Father Cronin : was held at the ,home or Mrs. ;
--- meeting of the Miriam Circle at the
1- S SUNDAYiASSES ",9:45 A. M.--Sunday School Charles Maxson Sept. 15-at.8. p.'*m. home of, Mrs. E. D. Sims, Jr. with I I \
: "First. two masses of the month lljOO A. 'M.-Morning: Worship Mrs. A- T. Holt was. in charge of Chairman, Georgia Frick presiding. I
11:00 : ,7:00 .P. M.-L. W. W. B. (Parsonage the program 'Beyond the Tithe." Mrs.,Nannie Mallory was welcomed I >

t Other Sundays at 7:30. ) This program completed the unit back as a member after year of
n 7:30.P.. M.-Evening Worship
on stewardship.Mrs. absence. It'was announced Mrs. O. I
t \ Lutheran 7:30 P. M. Meet '
Tuesday-Prayer -
St. Peter's Charles
Maxson, Circle D. Carpenter will hostess. at the

Church Belle Glade 7:30,P. .M.. Friday ing-Children's Chairman, presided over ,the busi: October"meetingMrS.. R. F.. Hurt I Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dobrow
Church ness session; and ,the election of gave the devoionals and Mrs. Frick' (Marion Jones) of Pahokee announce -

w' Erwin J. Baumgartner- Pastor 7:30 P.'J.{.. Friday-Y. P. JK new officers for the Hanah fScog- was cohostess. the birth of a daughter, -

ff' 601 W. Lake Rd., BeUe Glade gin-Annie Jone Circle for the new Mrs John Hatton,' chairman,.presented Dane Lynne, at the Everglades'
SUNDAY church year was presented as follows Memoral 19. 'i
; : the program: and presidedat Hosptal, Sept.
i Divine Services 11 A. M. Canal Point .. : the business at the meeting of I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Butler
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f' Sc.hoo19:45. A. Tx!. Baptist Church' Circle Chairman: :Mrs. Charles the Mary Martha' Circle at the :.(Jacqueline Wethersbee) 'of Paho
, ..e I- Maxson; Co Chairman- ; .Mrs. J. ,E.: home of :Mrs.. J. T. Boynton. Mrs.T. kee announce the birth of a son.Terry .

-R v. Charles D. Stewart 'Pastor Rodgers Secretary' : MrsH.. C. C. O'Steen, wife of the pastor, I Lynn, at the Everglades :Me-
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Holy Nativity SUNDAY: Clarke; Program Chairman: Mrs. was a visitor. It was decided to hold morial Hospital, Sept. 14. .
Church 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School R. T. Smith; Community :Missions: .
', Episcopal the Oct.17th. meeting at the home
.; Pahokee H 11:00 a. ,m.;Morning Worship ,Mrs. J. ',S. Atkins: Social Chair- of Mrs./:R. B. Simonson., I
; _' 'i' f 1 6:30.p. m.-Training Union. man: ,Mrs.,G. T. Echols; Publicity: I[Bird Program For' ,
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M. WendeU Hainlin, Vicar 7:30.: p.'m.-Eve 1ng' Worship Mrs' A. T. Holt' ; Publications: Mrs- .. -- tf.---
rT WEDNESDAY: F. F. Burr; Stewardship t :Mrs. S. '
The Garden
Clubs
SUNDAY: Calling Shower For
10 School 7:30 p. .-Prayer .:Meeting. A. Nail;' Prayer: Mrs H. G." Rod

r 11 a.a. m m.-Sunday*-;.Worship Service gers; Jubilee Advance: Mrs. 1.,. D. Mrs. S. McKinstry, III ,

i 'r The Church Of'GddOf Echols. Color slide pictures of South I
\ The October meeting will be at Mrs. G. F. Kincaid Mrs. Homer
Florida birds prepared by the Audubon -
, r First BaptistChurch ; > :Prophecy? Pahokee, the home..of Mrs. R. T.-Smith.< .,.. Barne ,.Mrs. E. F. McHwain :Mrs. Mrs.
> M*>M*" MM 4l M WWM fc* j. Society were shown by
Pahok Billy'Sheffield 'and/:MiSs Wynette
I: e. Canal,.PointRoad1 Baptist Women In Sheffield entertained,at ,the Wom M. U. Mounts of West Palm Beachto
John ,H. ,Kinard, pastor10OoTa. members of the Pahokee and
, : : Thursday
an's Club
,. Rev. ;James E. Boyd.pastar'SUNDAY ,building nightwith
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If:; SERVICES: m.=Suinday" School1 I Week 'Of PrayerThe'CanalPoint a bride's calling shower honoring Canal Point Garden Clubs and the I
9ri5 a. mv Sunday School l:00"L m.'Predchteg:Service 'Mrs. Sam McKinstry, m, Sod Busters Garden Circle at a .;
r 11:00 a. m.-Morning' Worship 7:45 p*' pr-Evangelistic, .Service_ I ; Baptist Wom- who before her recent marriagewas I I I joint dinner meeting held in the

; 6:45 p. .-Training Union 8:00 p. m. Tuesdays-V. L. B. an's Missionary Society has observed -; Linda McRaney. :Miss Sheffield Community Building at Canal
f .. 'i8:00 p..m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W.XB. : the weeK of prayer for State : waS In charge of' the guest Point Tuesday night with husbandsof .

'' S WEDNESDAY8:00 : .Everyone. welcome.*" ,Special ;music Misipna.under the direction pt1wJrif. bOok Mrs B&rnes and Mrs., Shef- members attending as guests.

' ." ,- p. .Prayer Meeting.u h__ and- '. 1n21Jur.r -- :D. P. Hughes. General Prayer! field'served\ at the refreshments, Mrs: Mounts was tntroduced"bMrir.
: .., Ch'.zyt.. The dates_ observed L. W. Armstrong bird conservation -
-,' : _' __ f : "- .-:; \r---; :;i were 'Sept. 13 and 14.Both meet table4, chairman for the Pahokee -
;
' ; S !. 1 raga wereat the..church-'Th themeof : I 1 1Mrs. I duly and was presented wiUva
: the week;was"'Thlak,' on These M.St;. anley $ I gift. Frank Friend, Pahokee poet*
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: r -, .;in. -:; I oS a ..eefegwas 11 <1.' :UoytkHundJey'; Mrs. H. M. McIntosh presented

: < ,#:', ....- .. '. setting of.palm; reesjmd hibiscus orchid corsages, which she had per
. : blossoms;; with a picture of Christ 'Mr M. 'P. Stanley 'entertained! sonally designed with flowers from

r centered'oa a.poster featuring at'herKome-with-a.Luncheon honoring her own garden to Mrs. Frank
J 1 IIU., fil} IIBJ/FiD
map of Florida. Mrs. Lloyd Hundley who recently Friend, president of the Pahokee

Dolls were dressed to represent held open house with Mr. club; Mrs. M. C. Carter presidentof
students' lit Florida coD"gel -aad HunVUey, at ;their: home in celebration the Canal Point club; and Mrs. ,
I children in y the**Florida "Baptist of their 25th-wedding'anniver- Edgar Wilder president of the Sod
:. ; OWNED AND OPERATED BY MORE THAN cbildrens home.Mrs. J. D. Latham sary. The hostess presented the Busters circle. Mrs. J. :M. Elliott

' .... ,." 120 FLORIDA CATTLEMEN ,- 7\ -I waii to 'charge of?tfeer program* oa henoree with SL corsage and Silver distributed booklets on flower ar .

Sept., 13,.mod{ Mrs. ;,D. ,P.. >Hagb s saltvand pepper shakers. Other rangements.The -
: ', WE WORK FOR THE BEST MARKET INTERESTS OF ;
was in charge Sept. 14 assisted by guests were Mrs. Paul Rardin :! presidents of the three clubs
9 i! :. 'CONSIGNORS AT ALL TIMES Rev. and Mrs. Charles D. Stewart. :Wiley 'Tilhs, Mrs. H. M. .1rs.1 I outlined work plans for the coming

<: WE ADVERTISE FOR COMPETITIVE BUYER PARTlCDATION During the offertory hymn ell and Miss Julia MaWS: !year. It was announced that at the

.f AND MAINTAIN OPEN COMPETITIVE lights were ,turned out in the church II Oct. 18th meeting of the Pahokee,
MARKET WHERE All* BUYERS BUY WITH and only the picture of Christ I club at the home of Mrs. J. M. .Elliott -
was seen givtag great effect to the ATJELKS MEETING: a demonstration of the making
L CONFIDENCE ,
; music,, "Sweet Hour of Prayer.** '" goal has been set for' State Mis- represented at the first clinic of be given by Mrs. Elliott:and

:St; : Glades Livestock Market Ass'n, skms,-by the. WMB. ". the year conducted by district dep- the making of grapes for decOra-
uty grand exalted ruler, Jack E. tive purposes from paraffin. by

'. ON PABOKEIN-BI3LI cLADEBOAD Harvey Gough has returned to Carver of Delray Beach at thestuart.Jen Mrs.. Ivan Van.Hom.r.. '

i PHONE WY,6-5688 GEORGE 'YOUNG,-,MANAGE Marietta. Mich., after spending a en'Lodge hall Sundayby
week here on business. Mr. and W. EL: Erickson, exalted ruler; Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Stringari haveas

-'=-;\ : > ':SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 'I p.m. Mrs.: Cough will eeme to Canal Harold Wilkinson, ,esteemed lead- a guest this week her mother,. ,
> : : and Edward A. Jensen Mrs. Garnet Martcl of Lauderdale-
Port ,later this fail to spend the IBg-knlht; -

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. ,Page Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, Septmeber 23, 1950

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T. XL L. CLASS MEETS I I SANDWICH SUPPER "
r ;? Junior Cattlemen Members of the T. E. L. Class of Pahokee Girl Scout Troop 164; .

; T: LBN fiNIS {fjRiD ; J the Canal Point Baptist Sunday I(I made up of junior high school girls \

Elect New OfficersA School met at the home of Mrs. J.,,from the seventh and eight grades,

', D.Latham to re-organize and make I opened the fall season with a sandwich -

t plans for the new church year Mrs. supper meeting in the social
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i': ; f tpz\ &INCE7HEDAWH meeting of the Junior: Cattle Latham was elected president; Mrs.] hall of the First Methodist Church
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k- l'4 b, OF H'$7fl4M men's AsoclaUon was held Tuesday W. W. White, vice president; Mrs. Wednesday evening. Activity plans

Iii HAS PROTECTED .t, night at 7-30 at the Canal Point Ray Hawk, Sr., secretarytreasur-for the troop during the coming.
:, HIMSELF FROM THE Community Center.A wiener roast er; Mrs. Frank O'Connell Mrs. year were discussed. '
w, ELEMENTS WITH THE .... .
{ *BEST MATERIALS was enjoyed by all, compliments of Mamie Gandy and Mrs. A. H.:

HE COlJJ.17 FINI7... ,Ramer-Ziglar Feed Company, Belle Scruggs, group captains. I JUNIORS TO PLAY
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Glade. Coach Leland Keene's Pahokee
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,. ol!' ? 'I The purpose of the meeting was GONE TO NASHVILLE, Junior High football team, com-
-- to elect the new, officers for the ,The Rev. ,James 'E. Boyd left I posed of boys from both the Paho-

i' '1 gAMEAMES rr WAS TREE BARK .----- I coming year. The following offic- Wednesday to attend a three-day, kee and Canal Point Junior High

, :.: OR GRASS LA1BONA FRAMEWORK ers were elected. .meeting of the committee on order, Schools, will open the season witha
'\. OF POLES.TNATalEP ROOFS ,
of "business for the Southern'Baptist -
.. STILL COVER MANY HOMES... Warren Repper, re-elected Pres. home game against Okeechobee
i'', ", FROM QUAINT ENGLISH COTTAGES Calvin Watson, VicePresidentCrate Convention at Nashville, Tena.: Junior High Tuesday night startling -

ti 'n9AwMwSLNTrr. BELGIAN CONGO.ffteAM&OCAH II Tucker, SecretaryTreas.Mary I The Rev. Boyd, who,has, resignedas at 7 o'clock.
Lou Raulerson, re-elected I pastor of the Pahokee First Bap- _

r--; '. /N fAN IW5E&1 Reporter tist Church to accept a call as pastor STUDY COURSE .
,'" i' V TEPEES.MAPS FROM HIVES, of the Forest Hill
, Following this the members discussed Baptist .
".. ANOTHER UWVEXSAL ROOFJN&MATERIAL. A study course in preparation
Baptist : West Palm Beach, I
. church
; with Kent Price, Ass't. for annual promotion day programsat
, County Agent future plans for the will preach his last sermons as Baptist Sunday schools is being .
: I meetings of the association and I pastor at the Pahokee church Sunday -
;: conducted at the Pahokee First '
i:1:, : also discussed the cattle'fever tick i Sept. 25, at the morning and Baptist Church this week. Usingthe
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% i evening services.
situation.
text "Outreach for the
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Unreached, the Rev. James: E.
Lii.1 ... I The growth rate of Florida's non-
Lions Looking: For Boyd of Pahokee taught the course
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farm employment sagged last and and the
on Monday Tuesday
-; Your Empty (BottlesPahokee '- I I month to the lowest point in 10 Rev. Charles D. 'Stewart of Canal
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,- the Florida Industrial Point is it the remainder
'. fa MOPERft AMERICA < :years says I teaching :
Lions at their Tuesday
; ,' fARMANPCITYPWELLERS :Commission. of-the week. '
p-
.. CAN COVER THEIR ROOFS luncheon meeting voted to ,collect

WITH WATERPROOF RAINCO4T"d and redeem empty{soft drink bottles -
THESE BRIGHT COATINGS.MADE +++ Ml 1 I ..
as a fund- $ing' project to
i' WITH ENJAYJUTY1. RUBBER.
CAN BaROLLEPGYS4TA replenish dwindling club activities THEATREt

T /RO OF.THE COST=.YEW funds, especially in,the departmentof ,
, ROOFING SHINGLES4. sight conservation where 5247

has already been spent this year to '
LAKE DRIVE-IN ;
PRJNCE
.._ correct and improve vision of indigent
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' D. B. Mathis and .
persons. Pabokee'ahokceBelle Glade Road
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"Mounts Speaks To Dot TuckerReceives' :Duncan Padgett were named in - t
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PHD She'sDr.Mrs. charge of the project. On ,the program : -- .
Degree, <.., -*2B1GFEATUnESSUNDAYMONDAYTUESD ,
,Kyle Scott stowed a film
!t'Local: Garden Club Y,' STODAY-MONDAY-TUESDAYSEPTEMBER :
which emphasized the duty of
every ,
G. H (Duke) Tucker has ,' 25-28-27 '
citizen to vote.DUFItESNE SEPTEMBER: 25-26-27 i iF }>
returned from Denton, Texas,] -.
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Because /
They'reYoung .
,-: :M. U. Mounts, County agricul1 where she attended graduation exercises -I. MARK, TWAnl'S .
'. tural agent, spoke on "Landscap at Texas State Teachers SPEAKERLuke "

.,.'. ing", at the September meeting of College in which her daughter, Miss DuFresne, administratorof "The Adventures Of ", '
DICK CLARK AND r
the Memorial Hospital .
Everglades -
; the Canal Point Garden Club. Dorothy Tucker, received a PHD '
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_ ( 'The speaker gave club members degree in' health and physical edu- was guest speaker a:dinner Huckleberry 'FiniiIN ?? r 'TUESDAY WELD .:,

4'. caton from TSTC. meeting of ,the Pahokee, ,Business '
: some suggestions for appropriate .
:and Professional Women's Club.at CINAMASOOPE:AND: "THE BOY AND THE
f--.t;. plantings of;ornamental shrubbery Dr. Tucker, who graduated from
\ In the new,roadside park,which the Pahokee High School in 1942 and I the home of'Mrs. Cleo Douthit- METROCOLOR, PIRATES"' ..

I"d b Is'developing with the help of Florida State in 1946 received her I I witn Miss Jane Plumer, co-hostess:. I I I J I I I 1 I I I 1 % 1'1 I I I I I, I I I I I f I I I I I I .. : t I I I ,I I I I I I J.
? the Lions Club. This park consists masters degree in :New York City "' -

., of a triangular plot of ground lying in 1950.,After teaching at PahokeeHigh I '" ,/ I

.. between the,old and new,highways Leon.High in Tallahassee and I ,
" east of the Barad building. at,Las Vegas, Nev., for three years, ,'Ili '

Until the two clubs started working she joined the faculty at South 1 ,
few months west,High School,Miami. She serv-
-on the.project a e
ago the land,was covered with ah ed as chairman of the Florida ,

unsightly growth,of brush and also State Physical Education Department -

had on It two.or:three shacks. The for two years and was

, land has-now been cleared, drained assistant director of the Physical :: :

' and has a good growth of sod,ready Education ,Department of Dade I ; I

for the planting of ornamentals, County when,she resigned last yearto
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-J 5 according to,a' report given at the go to TSTC to work on her doct-

'I meeting.t or's degree. She:is now teaching at cc:

The ,club; voted to sponsor a the Sam Houstbn 'State College, ....

"" ': bazaar on No .: 15, the place and Huntsville, Texas.
: opening hours to be'announced lat +-+.-

r' ,er. Mrsl""M;'c. Carter and'Mrs. J. *
r Mrs. Cross 'Named %
f '
W Repper were hostesses., ,
It: was announced the next meet-

., ing wUlbe at the home of Mrs. O. Sorority Vice Pres..Mrs.

Sheppard.. with Mrs. J. S.:.Harrington .

r! ,' co-hostess. .
:
I .. _. W..A. Cross, Jr., was elect :1

\ ed vice president of the Beta Omicron -
r Chicken, Supper Is
Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority 1.
Scheduled Saturday at a meeting at the home of I }
s. II
the president, Mrs' Jimmy Moore, L -)

!" The public Is invited to attend a to fill the vacancy"left,by the resig- : f
nation of Mrs. Don Zaccagnino.Mrs. .i
. chicken supper' to be held in the
r Milton Salvatore was selected -
Community*Building at the Glades, .
r Park* CanaJ'Pohit; tomorrow even to represent the' chapter as a
contestant,in .the'annual Beta Sig-
: in'g $starting,, 6:30 p. m. The sup" '
Phi Valentine,Girt Contest., (:
will be the ladies ma
per prepared by
Of the Church of God of Prophecy The group votedto sponsor again
under the direction of Mrs. this year the same.Girl Scout troop t \ )
expert

John ,H. ,Kinard,- Mrs. Marvin Lev as lastyear.Mrs. 3p k / : )1
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ins and Mrs. Lily Peacock. R.'Your XX Lane presented a" pro-Fol- ;. giwev away Qy j

This is. an ofd-fashoned. family- gram on Day Socially. r '
-Style like the kind grand- lowing the program, secret sister
supper
mother used to The names were revealed in a Tve Got ; ; i
serve. charge -
/
I 'Sister" YOUR FORD DEALERS }
ani
for adults will be $1.25 and children a Secret : game gifts ; :
50 cents, proceeds going into were exchanged. Names were .. :
drawn for secret sisters for the
church's fund.
the building For'the
delivery of plates to the door ..ofyour coming ,year with Mrs. C. L. Shir- BEAUTIFULLY BUILT TO TAKE CARE OF ITSELF

home;., phone 7206 3551 ,..rE01. ley, Jr., in charge. Refreshmentswere"served..by ,
Young ladies of the "church -Mrs. Moore.
announced .Mrs. J. V.
It was 1961 FORD
who will assist with,the serving
Thomas, Jr., will be hostess at her
, Mae ,food include Shirley] Levins, ;" v :. ':" ..i '-, :
home.at the'chapter'meetmg;:rpcti .r > ];
'Wanda Tankersley, 'Carolyn Kinard. Van- 6. .'z'When ;''' ii- Dome in to register, 'be'sure to see the car that's made automotive :IX'Jf?;, ;. I :
Sickle
Judy and Ha .: ; history with a whole array of economy features,! The 1961 Ford normally'.t.\SJjf'; $*>.' '

AT FAMILY REUNION ii;.> : o! goes 30,000 miles without a .chassis lubrication, and 4,000 miles between oilx\: ;kj'p f. '?

' BRfflKSE SUPPER- CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Boe and sons changes. New Truck'Size brakes adjust themselves automatically. And '-': ": ">:. '.c ;:

')lr. and, Mrs. Paul Till ry/were will spend 'the,'weekend' in Winter I Ford mufflers are, double-wrapped and aluminized-normally will last three /.<*&" /

hosts at,their: dome,to members Haven where they will attend a ', ', times as,long as ordinary mufflers. ,, +A: 'k

the: ,Bridge Supper Club. Attending family .reunion::and dinner; at the ) S t F.D.A.F ;'-_ ; _'* Jr

'were- Mr, and 'Mrs;; ,(X L. Shirley; home,fo Mr.and Mrs.,:W.R.:: Boland, :::'- .. .
: Jr..- '>>r. aMTMra C.:: Parker;' Mr. honoring ''Mrs. Boe's 'parents.Jlr. -

4 \b arid Mrs. C. E., Williams, ,Mry; aad and .?dJ:& ,C. ,R MUcfaeil, on tbeir : PhokeeMotor Oompany > : '

; Mrs. David .Xlnwin, :Mr. 'and Mrs. 50th wedding anniversary Mo W-, : : '" p.'; :
: Ralpa: ;Jo&asea. *aad Mm Lois lag uie dinner,- tie wiM ,tea an -: J 't '
.' ,tThlte.p. -.J. ,oPen,hence: .attfee'MKeiwH beiae. ,} .;PAHOfflK, FLOIIIBA j ;{ :, \J:.: :', \ ,5

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