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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 30, 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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.; September'30,1960 'PI.SLIfSHJiD WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BV,PAUL RARDiN

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: Hangar Contract Resolution' Pays. I Fantastic I I I Carnival Plans Improve Streets

I Tribute. To B. Elliott To Be DiscussedThe

4; Awaits Water t Needed To
PahokeeContractj
City A resolution,of sympathy in the I canal Point ParentTeacher'Asso

death of B. :Elliott, prominent iation will discuss plans. for
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t.n,r : Stevans Construction Company Glades business man and former W. P. Beach its annual sponsorship of a Halloween Definite action, to Improve the
member of the state legislature, carnival for the children of
f condition of Pahokee streets that
: of West Palm Beach appeared Monday S
adopted by the County Commission Canal Point at the October meet-
: to be the low bidder for construction was hlv! ..become pitted with chuck
,-T* of a new hanger at the Monday.The The County Commission ing in >the school auditorium Monday holes during: the past few weeks of
p county Glades airport Pahokee. memorial called attention to this'week that it would cost at 8 p. m. Mrs. Joe Cherry, Jr., excessive rainfall was taken by the
the Elliott's' outstanding career as a mated $7.3'mUUon' to will preside and A. R. Harringtonwill Council session
r Prior to opening of bids, City! in regular .
/ < Commission Chairman Paul Rardin civic leader and legislator and lo West Palm Beach canal present the program.. ... Monday night when bids were opened -
k:.-" asked that arrangements be worked his contribution to the developmentof build controls in'the canal. and contract was awarded to the

/ out with the low bidder to with- Palm Beach County. The canal'which Foster Is Praised Palm Beach Asphalt Company
hold start' of the project until a Elliott, former speaker of .tho'state main. outfall 'for many resurface streets in need of repairat

p water'supply-was assured.'He said house of representatives, died of the coastal section, ,a cost of$6.54 per ton,of asphalt
he was engaged in negotiations; Sept. 22,.after an.extended. illness. been subject of discussion For Drainage Help ic concrete.The Council has set up
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U' with the City of Pahokee'to provider adequacy of handling' $21,OOO in the new budget for

,' water service. 'to,the hanger.: Last Rites Held .ers. I street improvement. Work will
Stevans bid in the amount of County Engineer Steve County Commissioner Kenneth start as soon as the weather, per
$9,750 was the lowest'of'five bids ton told the c commission 8)I Foster won the cheers of a packed mits. '
opened by the:commission: For B. Elliott -58' ,that.the Central and'South commission'audience:Monday when It was reported at the meeting

The board also opened bids for'j Flood Control,District, he won the approval of his fellow that the city does not have the
jurisdiction of the:canal,;) board members to take immediateaction
a radio system at Valm Beach In- funds at the present time,to lay a
ternational Airport:for the.fire department Funeral services for -B. Elliott for improvement of 'the to bring relief to home owners I waterline to the County's Glades
; and.for'road oil for 'the I 58,. Pahokee pioneer resident and project but no ,funds to in the north end,of the county Airport on Bacom Point as requested -
4 coming quarter.. ,civic leader and'former'speaker of work. The FCD:iB'seeking who are plauged with high water.A by the.County Commission. The
; the Florida State'House,of"Representatives aid to carry out the from the ProsperityFarm
In other )actions the board: : pr delegation City has offered to connect with
b Adopted a resolution 'establishing who died..ata 'Lake The commission agreed Road section-appeared before its water: main and lay the pipe,to
i,:' a: bulkhead line-in the Inland i Worth hospital,on :Thursday of,i help from the.Florida o the commission to ask aid for re the airport if the County furnishesthe

.:1: Waterway, Jupiter!: River and, the :last,.week, were ,held,at the Paho- al delegation'fer Federal : lieving flood waters which' reportedly pipe or dig a firewell and another *
FEe canal'' near.Jupiter. I I kee First Methodist Church Sunday the projectImprovements are pouring into a large settle- well to furnish water for toil I
-: Called for bida for improvementsto : :at 3 p.,m.. with .the Rev. T. C.. : can for ,ment north. of Lake Park et facilities. Since neither these
L the TJ.'S.'Immigration Service : O.Steen.pa.stor :and the'Rev.J.E. the canal and' :for : Residents told the commissionthat proposals was acceptatble to the

office. at International,Airport i Statham of Miami, former pastor- new-: controls.Mid&etosg development of other areas -n County Commission, the opening .
.' \ I of the church,' officiating.. that section plus unrestricted finin& '
Named Commissioner Sun- ,
Ben. !. -' : <>f bids.,.for the. construction of a
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r' .- I : *RoeeBe, :T. J. 'n mhft':one ,trouble?_spot, is the'root.of;their, water trouble. '

} '"Toungblood and L'Ma'raha1I4iAtr. !,,recent'faeavyjains.' He 'told.th'e. group. that: draglineand
f Lynn 'ShirieTIst Members 5 of Pahokee BPOELodge He said ::Bounty crews pumps were already: on,the job PaulRogersWillSpeak .
t, t \ 1638, of WhichK -. Elliott 'duty arcJuntf the'ctocJc: 'in'. and that additional,steps will be .
.uan.tigam was ,one ',of the.'founders, were in '(continued'' on page taken to fight the high water. Here'Tues.'

i t I charge of the graveside... services I' 'f .
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-: ,CATTLEMEN'S FIELD DAY PROGRAM
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; :W.1IUamsWether1Bgton' Funeral r
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L.:L. Shirley a charter member, Congressman Paul G. Rogers of
.. of the Pahokee jtotary Club who Home, Pahokee, was in charge at. the 6th
EVERGLADES! EXPERIMENT STATION: BL"LLE'GLAD Ey .FLA. Congressional District will
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,; resigned from the membership! : arrangements.EarmButeauWffl, .. '- .. be guest speaker at a joint luncheon ,
'several years,ago'because of business OCTOBER 13,1960 meeting of the Pahokee and Canal
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[! conflicts in attendance, wasreinstated MORNING KENT PRICE, PRESIDING Point Lions Club

:to\active membershipat .. and the Pahokee ,.
i.' Jut week's Thursday ,luncheon: :9:00**Regstrationr9.3o Welcome*and- introduction, .. W. T. Forsee, Jr. Rotary Club in,the : Y'
meeting of the ,club with Paul Hold Annual Meet '
t/ ,- ,I 9:35 Veternarian probems prevalent in this area. -Howard. Hill Community Building .
f Rardin, past president, in charger 9:50' Function't>>>f Florida Livestock at the Glades ,,f :", .
r the ceremonyw! j* I Diagnostic Laboratory :,;- W. L.' Sippel '<:
President.Robert.b. The 'Far1 ::Bureau Park, Canal Point, h'
Everglades .
Lampi. -
: : ., 10:05., .. Cattle research program at Everglades ,
f' "_ I who presided in" 'the absence of will. hold itaregular.:Arm. -!:Meeting I: 'Experiment Station ,. .'." ."S H.,L. Chapman Tuesday, Oct 4, at
/ President W.K.Aldridge;'asked.aJU 'and'Barbecue' ,_at the. CanalPoint I 10:35; "Recess' : ,,' 12:15:p.m.r according
members to,stand;in,a momenta oftulent Point J Community 'Center '. '10:45; +,"Di'+dcrropanel.on'chemical residues. to an'announcement -
tribute to the late B. Elliott, Thursday. ;October*6,:1960 at"7:00'pm : Chairman ... Vr-. F., E. Myers made at the Tuesday lunch- i!
:r ::past' 'president of the ,chub, who .-: ; r .,-.;'> ." ,. ;.cat5.5Jim. Pace eon meeting of the Pahokee Lions I
r.* j Jones
: Pastures Dave
Club. The Pabokee Lions will be !
''died at a Lake Worth: hospital All EVerglades. Farm Bureaumembers ,
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I ,, '. ,Veterinarian o-. : C. "B. Plummer hosts. I
\ :: Thursday morning.f' and immediate family are titn: 5 'P s'birew: i.;control ;___ J. R. 'Orsenigo .. .
: Carrie Car ee, superintendent of invited,and urged attend. Ask 3the t'UlJ6 J i* e "ad&t&es! ;in dryloUfeeding; -programs Sloane Baker I
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-r. "f"; the Glades State,Prisgn'Fawad past,,Farm. Bureau" ,win furnish1 11:45 Report on PammBeaeh,Co.. Cattlemen's'Asso. -Fritz Stein WEATHER, !
, Y : '. guest speaker..Introduced by-'Jim- the Barbecue and members'are\askEd 11:55 .1eportt6ni'Paim"Bench jCounty'Junior ,.. 5- .
,J'\ ;. : :"my Moore,' the speaker, who came to bring a:covered disk. '- Cattle'Association I 4 r,,. ., Kent PriceS -:At IT. S. Sugar Plant Field ;

; i&4 to the Glades Farmjfrom ChattaJioochee :. A,short, business session l bet ',: : ;. ..'. .. NooN Station at Canal Point.. S
:: in May of this year,;told of held for the election: of directors Date Temp. Rainfall :
.. ; .w -st Barbecue .tt '
4 :the rehabilitation programs offered" 'and the adoption of proposed teso; '. ; T Cattlemen's Association: max. miD. Inches !
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r ;to inmates in' the various prison' rations. There, will also. be an' important L September 21 89 '76 .00 :
.\ t. \. institutions and4 corrective' schools : discussion on farm labor ,'I.' :" /,>.AFTERNOON U. L. CHAPMAN, PRESIDING September 22 81 72.03': ISeptmeb
r: ':-i : tof the operation at the Glades day labor and minimum rates to be :.and>waf ers,' for beef cattle T. J.Cunha September 24 88 72 3.52
;' harvest labor for the,various 1:50 Pros and cons of sil *ge'.maklng R. J. Allen 25
'b' Farm in the growing and canning paid September 90 72-'O0
2:05 Possibilities of"hay making
;.f'-f.- ; :of vast quantities of vegetables,for. crops, grown in this' area. 'Every in the Everglades __ R.. W. Kidder September 26 92 70'"' 1.31
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)l iy :distribution cto otherState insti- farmer should be,vitally concerned 2:15 Production possibilities, of homegrown September 27 86 73'.00 I

",.t.o8-! ,-. .... .. with the implicatons and far-reach- .. forage and,grains . .'.. *_ v. E. Green Normal Sept. rainfall 824.
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A :ing:effects these rates can' have on 2:30 .Pastures research progressxreport':5 C..'E. Haines Sept 1960 rainfall to date 11.81.
"4-H CLUB,LEADERS. his future operatons. ** :45... Basis for pasture fertilization -'i' m -
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1"-. hU'been" Mixson representative of $' recommendations; W. T. Forsee, Jr. Mrs.
Mrs. A. R.Harrington 3Wayne --- - Carlos Orr a patient at
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::: named faculty sponsor 'and Mrs the Florida Farm Bureau,,win;:'be 2:55 Recess the State Hospital, ,Lantana, is "..
W. E. McCall, ,club leader; of the a. guest speaker. 3:05 ,Panel.on cow and_calf management .," *. spending a few days With her husband *
v practices for South Florida __ M.
x .. Koger Chairman,20 min.
Girls 4-H Club at the-Canal Point Harold = in Pahokee this week.Mr.and
Brough, IO min. -- Dick Kelly; 1Q'min. -=
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: 35 : School. The; club will.hold its first Earl M. Schultz: ,,Sr., is a patientat ,. ,. Mike Mel eevic,10 min. ', Mrs. O. D. Carpenter*visited Mrs.
I meeting to re-organiie forthe'cur- St. Mary's Hospital,;West:Palm 1. 3:55 Field trip : '.' ..6 '<:,; .PIT at the hospital .in Lantana

j; s. rentschool: year-Thursday J, Oct.6. ', : Beach this W ek. 5:80Adjo ea', ,,':-- Monday.hlu& "

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F e The Everglades_News Canal Point._Florida' Friday._September 30, 1960

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1.;>'.i' ": 1 Given Reception ... if<
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''J Beta Omicron Chapter of the.1 ,.
:' Sigma Eta Society of Fine Arts, ., .t I

!:,._.j inade up of members from the pn-. Leo Randell of the Fort Lauderdale Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gandy (El-
tire...Glades area,held its first:meeting South Side Lions Club was I mira Dean) of Pahokee announce
of'the fall season at the' homeof guest ,pea er--u.t the,reception for,I
the birth of a son, Larry Demone
Mrs. Ionian: Masonic.. in South teachers of,the Canal Point School at the Memorial Hospital
; Everglades -
'; Bay with the president, Mrs Ruby I I and ,ladies: night program'given by I Sept. 26.
Jones of Belle Glade the Canal in the
I, : : presiding.Mrs. ; Point Lions Club Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Bair (Bet-
Jones the art of || Community
: spoke on Building Monday
; ty Jane Godsey) of Belle Glade ,
flower arrangements and, displays,!!I.night The speaker; founder of:the "
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f. the birth of Daniel
announce a son
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'and the Judging bf Arrangements of Lions' School
Safety Program explained
II, Wayne at the Everglades Memorial -
The Rardin Bufding: In Canal Point. Florida different period designs. She presented some of the details of the Hospital, Sept. 23.
orchid corsages to Mrs. 1]|I program which is helping to reduce
Mr.and Mrs.Alvin Garrett (Car-
.$ ,THE LAKE.OKEECHOBEE,REGION HOME OF Edna Barrett,and Mrs. Pearl Santee ,accidents j ,at schools! throughout!
-' olyn Scruggs) of Atlanta Ga., announce -
Q(Canal j Point and to'.Mrs. ttie country., Insignia of' the program -'
the birth of at
a daughter
t THE: .ENEWS. Mary 'Anderson of Belle Glade, all is a safety school, banner, the Crawford
Long Hospital Sept.
: past presidents-'also"to"> Mrs Bet- which flys just beneath the V.-S.
28. Mr. and Mrs. A. H.Scruggs of
.ty.Kiddeij a nnemb .Mrs.Maonic -. ,and is -dropped half -mastwhene'yejr t
new 9r. flag to
Serving: the laake Okoeohobee Farming on.vJP': ; < :Canal Point are the maternal ,
Week Years1' ? gage a'demonstration on CdTsage anaccident o curs.. he
:.: i Interruption Every for More Than 30 .. grandparents. Mrs. Scruggs left
"" making. said.
Established March 11, 19.24 ,- Published Every Friday Reports on summer activities President Phelix A.Slonaker act- j Thursday morning for a visit with

Subscription Price: $2.00 Year In Advance. were given by Mrs. Lutz, "Art De- ed as master pf ceremonies. Wives her daughter. and faintly'in Atlanta ,

,signing with Glass; Mrs. Santee, of members as well:as'the schoolteachers
The Everglades News Is.Entered at the Post,OfficeIn '
"Use of Tile in Art".and Mrs.Masonic and their .husbands or -.
Canal Point. Florida, as Second Class"Matter "Pictures of Modernistic De- wiveS,'were guests. PURCHASES. HOME,

Rardin Owner Editor Publisher sign made from Tiny Seeds and "
Paul Mr/ and Mrs. Arthur Williams
,Rice Grains." Announcement was
I Letter Writing made of the annual national con- BROWNIE PICNIC formerly pf West Virginia have

Clewiston. ThereTiiite vention of Sigma Eta in Fort Pahokee Brownie Troop 128 I purchased the B. R. Mosley residence -

? --j -- -f- Week CelebratedThe C Wayne Ind., the first week, in made plans for a picnic to be heldon at 731 First St., Pahokee. i

For Devils' October. It was also announcedMrs. the lake levee Monday at a busi- The Mosleys are planning to builda I

23rd annual Letter Writing Santee. and Mrs. Barrett will ness meeting held at the, First new home on Bacom Point Road
Week will be. celebrated in Canal be co-hostesses at the next meet- Methodist Church. The Brownieshad next to the Zaccagnino residence. '

1 The Pahokee Senior High BeDevils ; Point, and the Glades during the ing, Oct. 10 in Canal Point. on display an exhibit of nature Until the Mosleys vacate their resi-
will, travel tp Clewiston this week of October 2 to 8, it'was'announced Mrs. Masonic was assisted with objects which are to be,judged and dence and move into their new

I Friday evening for another'attempt today. by< Postmaster. the serving of refreshments by prizes awarded at the next meeting home the Williams will live in the
to overcome their number one jinx, Edythe'Smith. Mrs. Shirley Gaylus co-hostess. according to Nancy Watkins Unwin Apartments on Flame Ave. I
the Clewiston Tigers. For the past Postmaster?,: Edythe Smith noted ------.c --- troop reporter. Refreshments were Mr. Williams is associated with his

several years Coach Carl, Ferrara that there has been a revival of I CLASSIFIED ADS served by Mrs. D. B. Watkins brother-in-law. Kyle Hatfield in 1
und his Tigers, 'have consistentlywon personal letter writing during the PAY BIG DIVIDENDS; troop le der. the service station business.u1.
games from the Pahokee eleven last few years. "A letter remainsthe I

outsmarting the Blue Devils -- most economical_ longest lasting I .. .. ...... I,
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when they were unable to outplay and sincerest means,of ---I
them. Even when Pahokee won the ing greetings, communicating I
Suncoast'Cgnference championship cial news and exchanging' ideas:

a few years ago the fine record of the Postmaster said. I
'play for that year was blemishedby During Letter Writing Week the
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a defeat from the hands of thor Postmaster suggested that individuals

P r Tigers. ,write at least two letters: one
Last year Pahokee lost an 8-6 to,a friend'or relative from whom .

1., heartbreaker: to" 'Clewiston. This you have not heard in a long:t1ri1e.1
year Ferrara: unveiled:a strong defensive and the second as a reply E j jN jl.

1 team with"considerably of-' friend or relative "who recently I
',: fensiye power in'the'Tigers'opening wrote to you.He also urged corres-
with Okeechpbea; at Clewiston spondehce to people in other: coun-

Friday night;,'which they won.15-0. tries tus a means of promoting' dry"g L +js' xsitaA.ts,9 +. .3ir 4i.i t. sa4 1 i4a ,
The Blue 1)eyho; were deteat- greater understnading among the yr4

ed'bytheRiviera'Beach: '' Hornets, ,people. ; of different. ; nations., ';'.. : ." ...-_:" -!' --- ."' ,2: ..... .... _e S I
2 ::121n their opener,are cert8J l:1"to' "The"slogan ,6f this year's event,. ,
,, ..find the going tougfi again tonight. as Indicated on more than 200-: FLOIRIDA'S LIAEgESTMARKETPLACE -
Pa1 okee's opener with Riviera 000 banners" is "Letters a'r e u

Beach, scheduled for last Friday Links 'to Friendship." The display OPEN Wednesday Friday Saturday; 11 P. M.
materials will office ,
night,'was postponed until Monday appear on post -
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the' rainfaU at bulletin boards, and rural
because of heavy
Cooley S Stadium Friday. This gives I Tier vehicles as well as in car-I SUNDAY 1 T07 9IIH_ SUNDAY 1 TO 7 I

the;Blue;;Devils two games in one schools_and libraries'F'I_ ; ; :;L D
week with very little, time to prepare i
for the all-important contest Harrington Again 160 STO.RES"ALL IN' ,, 15 ACRES OF

with their arch rivals, the CleWis- "
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1 Against Riviera Beach Coach 1,050 FT. LO GLowest f. _- .n Y I
i Web ?U'.8'Jiieii; a little jittery Ini R. Harrington of Canal Point

i pie first quarter: started rolling inthe was re-elected", chairman of the
220,000 LBS. OF PRODUCE
( second' quarter when they Palm Beach ASp Committee at the FKESH' '. "
inarched yards'in 12'plays with recent annual convention of community !I Prices OS.DISPLAY, DAILY. 1, 'I

Quarterback Denny; Padgett calling ASC delegates; the county- Ii\'AmeriCa
the shots and taking the ball over' '
ASC, Office has announced. "The -" '
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BUY ANYT TNO FEOMmrrpOOS
the: goals1ine'from the 6. Padgett convention:was held in Belle. Glade,. ; tp t
'. failed in feds try to run the extra I on September'23,1960.' MONET BACK. GUABANTB: TO DpVMp.NDSFREE i

.point.Later 1n r the same, periods Other officers re-elected were > > 7
*t < rtfc*got the'ball Joe Friedheim of Belle Glade,:vicechairmanTjand MARKET MONJJY JpROU HOp: THE, MARKET
in their' owa territory through a E. F Froehlich of

pass interception, :John Hundley W st'P ahn Beach as the'thlrd'regi ,.
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carried itrom-xhe: S0to the Horn ufar'apiejnber,()f: 'the icbinmlttee.First iL.im cO'OPON-LJim.- ,.,. .K t r .- .-wr'v ut.O '
ets' 23 on a pass play; Doug Blan- .and,second alternates chosen t

ton then"plowetrthrotigh: to the 16 were C;A.,Thomas.of j ake Hans MENS PANTS j. '"AJN :
:and John"P OO..tfJ upr11 more and; Kerroit-Je1l.Qt D lray Beach; s r \ ". tu'cQ 1f!; i
:yards tothe*: .-FVoin there, after Both regular and altema.t min- "'nJlll""'OR. ";lVmiW'; $1-94' MEN'S' AND, 1'A: niI"fiI' 69 c '

imsuccesaft"ltne plays, End I the committee were elected VALUES s 'TO.$3,96 AND'. .. ..' _.L ..
James Smith:connected with a flip, for a 1-year term of office, beginning "
CUT OUT AND BRING TO NO. 5* CUT OUT AND BEING TO NO. 50
pass from Padgett in the end,zone October 1, 1960.Duties'bf'County. .. .. .
for the TD; wijh pie line play for! : AJSC. Committeemen .
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I E-WITH COUPON LBOT_, 2 E'CCbPoNwm"Z', ,
the extra point again,failing. Pahokee'a consist principally! of policyanddecisionmaking' HENS WALIfII tI' i
defense,' anchored by :
functions
Freshman,Lin*Backer Harold Peacock I in the administration of national SHORTSOOLOBS BED; PILLOWS

and,.Guard 'Curtis Russsomwas farm programs dealing directly'

.good most: of/the evening but with: farmers.'They are'responsible, 1 '.9Jc; 97' j'I
it was impossible to full contain on the county,level for the proper

the Hornets' speedyscat .backs.TO operations of such programs: as \ CUT OUT AND BRING TO NO. !" CUT OUT AND BEING TO NO. 5tIB
,mm:mm* price supports, acreage allotments,
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PLANT ornr marketing quotas, the Agricultural f" 4 ;
WITH- OI.DIIT" :: Ev TH COUPON- LIMIT I
Basil MI TOdd of Pahokee has Conservation Program farm .stof-s 1 .

accepted position as' sales man age;facility loans: sugar programs, FLASH: LIGHT HOUSEPAINT ,
ager for both.the Central Florida and the Soil Bank.
Vegetable Growers Association and County ASC Committeemen 2 CELL EVERYREADY: TYPE WHITE AND 1

the Central Florida Strawberry must be bona fide farmers elected \ Y-O-VAC BATT. 3'9 C COLORS GALLON 97cVITB'B .. ,
Growers'Association'at Plant City, from among their'own number. .
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are planning to move in the nearfuture ; of the farm programs. They ,are
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,i!4' Pn?s.Four The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday, September, 1960

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Mr. and Mrs ,Oliver Green of Mrs. Helen Schroder is expectedto Mr. and Mrs. George Mead* pioneer ,
West Palm Beach visited her mother return: to her home in Pahokge Pahokee residents who moved '

mPERSONAL I NEWS NOTES I Mrs. Mamie Maxson, here Sun- Friday Oct. 7, after a three-month to South Carolina a year ago, are
day.Mrs. visit with relatives and friends in returning this week to again make

..... William Brandon former Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and their home in Pahokee.Mr. .
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;.'i.:.i-, +:. ,wMw+rwww L Pahokee resident now living in Michigan. and Mrs. L. L. Shirley are
t;\ : O. M. (Mack) Murphy, former 'Mr. and Mrs. William S. Plumer West Palm Beach, visited her sonand ,:Mr. and Mrs. Vernon McCoy and visiting their son-in-law and daughter -

f, .- ': ';. Pahokee resident now living at In-' have: returned from Asheville, N. daughter-in-law,, Mr.,!and Mrs.; children moved recently from West Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thierry,
i .' diantown, isa; patient at the Martin C. They were accompanied there Gene Waits and'family here;over, Virginia'to Canal Point where they at' Daytona Beach this week.
l4' County Memorial Kosptal; by their son,'Bill, Jr., who enrolled the \ve kend. '-' are now making their home. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxson hadas

' Stuart following a recent heart at- in the Asheville School for Boys. Mrs. William S. Plumer will be McCoy is the daughter of Mr. and a guest over the weekend their
4 of l ." city Airs. Arthu Williams of Pahokee..t. daughter, Mrs. Will A. Nason of
( tack. His brother and sisterI -taw, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weeks hostess o members. the;;-" ;
4., :Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Murphy,' and :Miami visited his parents, Mr. and council o'f.the; Beta Sigma;Phi /.t..Mccgy ,is now employed as a ,W Palm: Beach.University ..
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f family visited him at the hospital 'Mrs.' J. G. Weeks, here SU 1day. Sorority at ameeting'at her home: meat; cutter at Belle Glade. -
the first of the week. Mrs. M. P. Stanley; is visiting Tuesday. Mrs. Lois White, presi. Mrs. Laurie Justice and children Tampa
will Linda and Mike, are spending the
relatives and friends in Atlanta dent preside. ,
;' Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Mock have and Lumpkin, Ga., / : Mrs. Henry Allen has returnedto weekend in Miami'and while away Starts 30th Year
returned from New York City
... :Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Jr.,' will be her oh 'rne in Canal Point from a will visit Storyland at Pompano -
where they attended a bankers con- hostess to members ,of the Beta visit with her mother, Mrs. Lonle honoring" Mike on his seventh TAMPA The University of

a" vention. Omicron Chapter Beta Sigma Phi Youngblood and other relatives atCommerce birthday anniversary. Tampa with an enthusiasm bolstered -

Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Chastain have at a meeting at her home Thursday ; Ga.. and friends in Savannah Robert C. (Bob) Hatton is a pa- by peak registration figuresand
returned home from a' visit of night. Mrs. Jimmy Moore, president Ga._ ": tient at Good Samaritan Hospital, completion of additional phy

several weeks with relatives in i' will preside! Mr. and Mrs.Norman Clay have West Palm Beach, this week. sical improvements formerly began -
Georgia. They were accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy 'Moore and moved from Pahokee to Fort Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Paul Watson and its 30th year last week with a

;:'" p""' ; by her mother, Mrs. C. W. Con- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rogers and son, where he Is now employed. daughter, Mrs. C. L. Shirley, Jr, colorful convocation.
:,.: ,nally. were called to Register, Ga.., the University President Dr. David
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" __ __ __. James, were visitors in Fort Myers r Mrs. Paul.Rardin iavspending 10
.MTV and mrs. E.' MCKinnonwere first of the week by the death of .M. Delo called the convocation the
Sunday. days visiting her mother, Mrs. W.
Mrs. Watson's father, C. W. And- beginning a new era and the en-
hosts at a dinner in the Dix-
O. Strickland,at'Glennvine: Ga.
Mrs. Sammons of Tallahassee -
Gary
lana Grill, Belle Glade, for members erson 80 who died Sunday after a gagement of a new and different
who visited her grandparents Rodney Guthrie: celebrated his mission for the
.. of the bridal party of'the.1ac- long illness, Funeral services were private college.
Klnnon-Strayer wedding following Mr. and Mrs L S. Guthrie, in Pa- eighth anniversary at a held at Register on Monday. Charles F. Blake chairman of
I hqkee over the weekend, accomp- party given byhis mother, Mrs. Ji the board of trustees, welcomedthe
rehearsal at St. Phillips Church on Miss Kay Friend, who is teach-
anied her mother Mrs. Marie A. Guthrie at their home in Paho new students and expressed
Thursday evening of last week. ing school at Fort Lauderdale this
Thompson of West Palm, Beach, kee.The cowboy theme was,carried Pahokee confidence that this would be the
the weekend in
fall
who also visited the Guthries on out in the decorations by the host- spent, finest of the university's 30 .
years.KELP
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs
Monday, back to her home in West ess, who was assisted by Naomi .
Palm Beach Monday evening fora Elliott with tjie, 's rving of:refresh- Lewis Friend and family.
Classified Ads brief visit there before returningby ments to 20 guests Contest prizes Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Boat- some underprivileged child

plane to Tallahassee. were awarded to Beverly: Woods, wright have as a guest her sister, get the glasses he needs to
Larry Bustin and Debbie Culber- Mrs.Una Peebles,of Savannah Ga. continue Jiis studies in school. Subscribe -
HAD A VISITOR? Give 2661 a I Circle Five of the Women of the ,
Everglades Presbyterian Church Mr. and Mrs. J. H.. Bordeaux to The Everglades News
ring and let us know,about It I' son.Mrs.
visited their niece in Fort Lauder- through a member of the Pahokee
and we will be happy to put..the will meet Tuesday afternoon at the D. W. Cunningham, chairman -
item in our personal news column. home of Mrs. Mae Bosworth on I will preside at a meeting of dale over the weekend. Lions Club Sight. .Committee.. .
Of course there is NO CHARGE. Bacom Point RxL, Pahokee. Mrs.: the 'Commission on Education at Mr. and Mrs. L. V. McClelland
Thanks. The Everglades News. E. K. Laflin of Belle Glade, chairman the Pahokee First Methodist Chur- are visitors in the Palm Beaches CLASSIFIED ADS

...will preside. ,ch Wednesday,at 8:30: p. m. .this wee .\ PAY BIG DIVIDENDS
: IS YOUR CLUB OR Church,group 4
, meeting this week? We would be ,--

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F FOR'a. SALE: New and used..Willys.' : #f;" ; t'1 CHEVY, I..
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4 PRINTING OF ALL Oct.KINDS.17-54-ch If ) IJITRUCKS .1 'Ii

you need cards, envelopes,,letterheads :
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or something in the printing

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The Everglades News at Canal

Point, No 2661. We are experts ,y INDEPENDENT FRONT SUSPENSION!
producing excellent printing and

our prices are in line with out of
town printers who come to the Chevy's '61 fleet swings in with a ready-

Glades for printing business.Please made reputation as the trucks that are ,
give us a call. Phone 2661. -- worth,more because they work more. .
,- : : the' latest editions of the"haulers that
FOR SALE: Lunch Stand. Cal scrapped the I-beam axle and 1

Pahok ,7867. SOp proved, the important, advantages

of' i front suspension!
FOR LEASE*:.15 acres of fine land independent

near Lake. Also a service stationin '- A You'll find new models for '61-long-

Canal Point.'Keen Real Estate, < wheelbase, wheel drive units-and '

Phone 2131. Pahokee. ; >fix :- .- thoughtful refinements throughout the
line. But the big news foe. '61 is nailed-;
FOR SALE: Two bedroom frame ....
CBS down pmof'(bred on owner reports) thats'
house and two bedroom '
.-.+y '. Chevy's, is the best
house. Keen' Real, Estate; Phone = torsio&pring design
Y? .thingtt'shappeaedtotrucksindecadesl!
2131, Pahokee. ..
,', With Chevy's independent front sual ".. ,
ACREAGE WANTED *for listing1We ,!; ..'rf 1 :::: .. .. :.,,........ ..-. ..:Y __ ::' ,;;. l t: 41 'pet&k>n'and Sturdi5 -Bilt design you cruise ,
<<, haVe e j customer .(or ,1,000() Ii H: ; over trails where other trucks_creep.You ft'
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acres. can fferi n-aau Estate; Phone J feelihe difference in less wheel fight and

2131i Pahokee. ?"i ; vibration; You can see why drivers are t ..
FOR RENT: House with 2 bed A.4Y; :., ;;;:;; happier,.why loads are better protected

rooms, bath furnished if desired and,why the truck itself will stand up i
to thousands of miles of more work. That
Call Harold Webb, Phone 7718. } i
(2tp) goes for any size Chevy, too-pickups, ;
tilt cabs,.tandems, all of them. 1
Check the latest specs with your Chev-

rolet dealer:' capacity, power teams, IS.s J

Acreage--Realtor t:'.: sG- i'+:n j Hrh: options. Then, by all means, drive a '61. .

,;{c Once around the block and you'll never be i
Speclallzbi Ja AgriculturalACRELOE : satisfied with a front axle truck again! ,

of an kinds. Torsion spring heavyweight 1 -

Many years experience ,in .. .
Glades Mucklaads. Call.: me .
when you want to ,BUY

:;SELL.'TRADE, or Invest In -WORTH MORE BECAUSE THEY'WORK MOREL! :

Real ,Estate Acreage.' -. ..... ',. ;' '"" .

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SEETHE GREATEST SHOW ON WORTH AT YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED CHEVROLET DEALER' ,
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:' Luncheon I It Farewell.Dinn.er Kahles Celebrate '" What- '-
Bridge Delilah Strayer : Is Your Big:

t .- ,. ,By Sorority. Group ; Rev. &Mrs.Boyd 25th Anniversary; Worry f ? Is It Money?

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f I.7' '.Members ,of XI Beta Tau, Chapter Members of the Pahokee First Mr. and Mrs. L. Holland Kahle MIAMI-Communism and -money ->

Yi, .:'::,.- Beta Sigma,Phi Sorority were Baptist Church ,entertained in the celebrated their 25th wedding: .anniversary problems worry Floridians more
: entertained last Thursday with a :Miss Delilah Ruth Strayer, fellowship hall with a farewell with an, open house at than anything else. And Floridians
"bridge luncheon at the '.home of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. dinner honoring the Rev. and Mrs. their new home in Canal 'Point; are definitely worried. '
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"Mrs. David Unwin. Mrs. Lois (Jack) Strayer of Canal Point, and I I James'E.Boyd and children Laura which they purchased from'Mr. and That's the report of the latest
. White, social chairman, and herJ' Donald Edward McKinnon, son of Ann, Jane and Jimmy, who are Mrs. A. Q. Howell last spring.,:As- Florida poll, a public opinion sampling
committee, Mrs. Ralph Johnson Mr. and Mrs. D. E. McKinnon of moving this week to West Palm pisting the hosts at the refresh taken statewide by the Finest *
and Mrs. Gene Waits,were in char- Dearborn Mich., were united inmarriage Beach where the Rev. Boyd nasa ments table were Mrs R. White- Research Corp. for the Miami-Her-
ge of arrangements. The tables setup in a candlelight ceremonyat *"- ted a call to serve as pastor side, Mrs. Don Kahleand :Mrs.Lee
J' \ in the Florida room were appropriately ; St.Phillips Catholic Church Sat- cf the! newly founded Forest Hill Kahle Mrs. Ernest Maxwell made ald.The'question put to men and

decorated in keeping with urday, Sept. 24, at 3 p. m., with Baptist Church, Lake Clarke the anniversary cake., Refresn- women from Pensacola to Key
the sorority colors Father, Francis X. Senech, pastor Shores.A ments were to approximately 40 West was: '

.. Mrs. Charles Wilkinson, the girl officiating. I Love offeringwas presentedto guests including his parents, Mr. 'T most people worry
[ of the year, was recognized and The altar was'decorated 'with I the Boyds, with Horace Unwin., and Mrs. Lee Kahle,. and Mr. and about suppose something now and ,then.

':, presented a yellow corsage. floor baskets of,,white gladioli and member of the board of deacons Mrs. Don ,Kahle and, sans, all of What one thing would you say is *
: Following the luncheon secret mums against .a background of making the presentation on behalfof Palm City worrying you?" \

t sisters were revealed and a basket palms.,Mrs. Vernon Dexter organ- the congregation. The Baptist I -. -- ., In every ,sector the threat of fi
k of gifts exchanged with Mrs. Har ist, played nuptial numbers and Brotherhood was in charge of -' communism had top place on the
old Wilkinson in charge. Three i I,tho traditional' wedding marches. table arrangements and Mrs. Sad- Ryder Truclc Co., worry chart. The answers of wom-

'tables of'bridge were in play, with ,i The,bride was given,in,marriage ie Barwick, the decorations. The On N. Y. I en showed a greater trend toward
t' *Mrs. ,Richard Nason winning? hign by her father. She wore a gown of dinner was arranged by the social ExchangeMIAMI worrying about personal problems

score for the afternoon. white chantiUy lace with fitted committee, including Mrs. J. H. their homes, families, children and
: 'Other members present were bodice scalloped neckline edged Wilknson, chairman, Mrs. Annette The big trucking and
money, than in the case of men
//1' ,- 2irs. J. L. Tyson, Mrs.,John Hat- with seed pearls and long sleeves McCurdy Mrs. R. S. Douthit, leasing company that James Ryder questioned.
"- ton, Mrs. ,W O. Moss, Mrs. W. K. pointed at the wrist where they Mrs. W.H.Kemp, Mrs. Horace Un- built has gone ,on the ,New York
[:' JUdridge, and Mrs. Ellis Wilkinson.: 'were fastened with satin-covered win, Mrs. Price Burdeshaw. Mrs.C. Stock'change.More .. .
l ---- buttons. The floor-length bouffant A. Batchelor and :Mrs. Wiley than two million shares of !
4: '' Accidents skirt was fashioned in tiers of lace Tillis. Out-of-town guests were the I common stock in the Florida con State Coffers In
Stop
and net.The veil of French illusion, Rev. and Mrs. Charles D. Stewartof cern went on sale throughout the
f.F: Is Plan Of Group attached to a headpiece outlined Canal Point and Mrs. William country. Previously, the corpora- Excellent ShapeTALLAHASSEE
t with seed pearls, flowed in cascades Brandon of West Palm Beach. tion shares have been traded over- ,
t. t .INESVILLE-The program to below the waist in the back. Her The Rev. Boyd preached his last the-counter. Despite a
, Ryder system began, in Miami business, slowdown and Hurricane
only jewelry.was a pearl necklace sermon as pastor of the Pahokee
Ii'" to gather statistics on and help centered with a diamond at the _Church Sunday evening. His Designation during the depression. In 1938 it .Donna, revenues for the operation
i prevent accidents is gathering throat. She carried a cascade ar- as pastor is effective Sept. branched out into truck leasing. of state bureaus are in good shape
steam in two of Florida's four pilot rangement of white carnations Expanding rapidly in recent years, State Budget Director Harry Smith

areas, according to the Florida with a purple-throated white or- Ryder has acquired other com- reports.
i Farm Safety Committee. chid at the center. 30.Turnpike panies_at the rate of about four or : Donna caused millions of dollars I
t, LongerIn five ,a year since 1952. Recently, damage, but Smith said it.didn't
A. M. Pettis, secretary, reports Miss Gloria Strayer,-sister of the
\ local committees have been formedin I bride, as, maid of honor wore nile Next 10 YearsFT. the company reported net earningsof appear that state revenues' wouldbe
$1,474,000 for 'the six months hit too hard..
Lake County and the Pahokee- ( green chiffon over taffeta, nylon '
ending June 30. "In fact, there's a possibilitystate
'r Belle Glade area of Palm Beach hat and matching accessories. She LAUDERDALE Farris
County. Both the Lake County Accident I carried yellow carnations in cascade Bryant, Democratic 'nominee for revenues may ,be helped by
sales tax on construction,materials.
'''Prevention Committee and arrangements. governor, told an audience here recently '
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used in rehabWtatlon"W he
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Council Miss Tommie Faye Miller and that the Florida
the Everglades Safety turnpike
t. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Elliott and said. -
, have begun gathering data for Miss Jane Watson of, Pahokee "will surely be extended to Jack
.. family,. former Canal Point resIdents The state comptroller's office
their accident bridesmaids, wore gowns identical sonville in the next decade
or
area surveys. ,. have purchased the Harris had to trust funds
. dip into recently -
in style to that of the maid of less."
Survey work began in mid-Sep
Folds residence at 297 E. Fourth to provide cash for:outstanding
honor in tints of lavender and blue said that addition
V tember, using members of youth Bryant partial
Pahokee, and are now residing in bills. Some $10-million were bor-
adult civic ,clubs with, matching accessories. They to the Sunshine Parkway.will be
groups groups ;
t ,their new home. Mr.Elliott operates rowed to meet the September distribution
" and other organizations as canvas- also carried cascade bouquets of accomplished in the' next admini '
a Shell, service'station la of school funds.Gov. Le-
t sers._Over 200 volunteer workers in :yellow carnations. Brenda Brown- stration. Belle Glade.
Roy Collins and 'Comptroller Ray
ing as flower, girl wore a yellow organdy "
each of the two areas'are working He blamed "an oversight":the
i to survey all area residents on accidents dress and carried a basket of" original trust'indenture for putting I E. Green have also authorized up
to $25-million; worth of borrowingfrom
r; ..happening on a month-to- rose petals. extension'plans at a standstill,"at HELP some underprivileged child
trust funds which will be repaid
month basis.Preliminary. Kenneth Wayne Henderson sere, the moment. but not for long." get the glasses he needs to after Jan. 1. {
ed as Mr. McK1n 1on's best man. -- ,
: reports will be made continue his studies in school. Subscribe ,
f at follow-up meetings 1n..mtd-NO. Mack Wright was ring :bearer. :1 I' ,t .to The Everglades Newa .- ,- ..! ',
Woodrow-'St1jlyer;.-brother-oeifte -.nRIll r) s : CLASSIFiED
I' .s vember.Meeirgs'ltresla'lartllAgricultural ; through a member of the Pal olc'ee' ADS '
Center.:Belle Glade on bride, and Donald Wayne- EdwardS'were Hon'ppfetDteceptionThe Lions Club Sight Committee. PAY BIG DIVIDENDS

l November 16, and at the Lake ushers.
I County: Chaaiberf Commerce, :Mrs. Strayer chose for her,dau Rev. and Mrs. Robert A.
Tavares 'on November 17: ghter's wedding a dress of'blue lace Shelley and daughter, Lisa, were
Thee"'committe ,says these over dacron with blue hat, match honored at'a reception given in the '

I, accident'surveys are all-important ing accessories. ''a corsage of Sunday School building of the Ca- H
. .In setting up an effective"accident' yellow carnations. Mrs. McKinnon. nal Point Methodist Church by NEW
I prevention program for Florida.. mother of the bridegroom, wore a members of the Woman's Spciety' '
Only by knowing the most dangerous pea green satin dress, 'feathered.of 'Christian Service. A pantry :
I and _common type of accidents hat,,and a corsage also of yellow shower was a surprise feature of J WAY TO "
can such a program be estab- carnations.The the reception for.'the Shelleys. Mrs: { -
lished. bride's parents were hosts at Donald Kepp WSCS, Christian social 'I I 'S
Kick-off meetings are scheduledfor the reception in the Pahokee Wom- relations.chairman, and mem- |
, October in two more pilot areas an's Club following the ceremony.- bers of her committee were in sToP' :
F .. V of the state. Walton County .will .Miss Kay Hughes was at the bride's 'charge'of arrangements.
,. have its organizational meeting on book..Background piano music was \ ,.,
October 4. 'at the 'Choctaw; tched furnished by, Misd Velma Williams Local Garden Club
; Electric Cooperative in DeFuniak and ,Miss Betty,Johnson, Also: :assisting V.V HAND j
Springs. ,were Mrs Tom Mullin,Mrs; To M.eet'Thursday

Alachua County, the fourth pilot I Audrey Hitchcock and -Miss Betty
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area, will kick off its survey work .Jean Clarke. The Canal Point Garden Club
f at a meeting October 6 in the Farm I Out-of-town guests were Mrs. will meet in the Community'Building WEEDING {
: Bureau Building, Gainesville, Work Alton O'NealFort Myers; :Mrs. -jit 9 a. .m., Thursday, October
s in these two area is expected to Julia Stewart Cocoa; Mr. and Mrs. 13th, for its regular work day ses ,:
t follow the pattern set in Lake D. E. McKinnon, Dearborn Mich.; sion. Raleigh.Tucker, from 'the; IN
County and the Glades area. Miss Sadie Wilson, Miami; :and' County' Agent's* office, win be ''- : : :
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:" i Mrs. Earl Wilson,'H1a1e h. Here to_help plan plantings for ,the :t.
t. Girl Scout Troop ] ;For; Florida,.,the bride 'to "a' ;
changed, MP beegenLBring-a's d : VEGETABLES; :
ElectsNew.Officers navy:blue suit trimmed white wich. ,- \. Li I! 'V -
at the:_front neckline,)bit"'bataidmatching ,. a'_ .. 'J : -
The Senior,Girl Troop 38 at accessories 8.84.wore an i MBS. SEARS TO SPEAK' V'V .,.. '" ,
SPRAY 'tfEGADE X AS YOU P At.lTThis
.a meeting in ,the Johnson* Clinic I orchid corsage. I Mrs. Pope Sears of Canal Point, _
with the troop leader, Mrs. 'E. C. The couple will make their home, district 'chairman of children's
1 8140 N. W. 14th Ave. lemical weeder'"kills off tough
i Johnson, Wednesday night elected At Miami. work, will be guest speaker at the new !
new officers: Dottie Lair, Julie Mr. McKinnon is a police officer in October meeting of the ,Pahokee grassy' weeds as they sprout practically

Johnson and Sue Brower, patrol the,,Dade County, Metropolitan. Police Methodist Woman's Society of ends all hand weeding in vegetables. L'U -
Department. "
Christian Service in the 'chUrch
leaders; Becky Grimes and Pam -
Boe assistant" patrol leaders? "- Monday at .8 p. nu Mrs, Laurie Vegadex to control weeds in Cabbage, Corn. ,

Diane 'Graham, secretary; Elaine BABY SHOWERMrs. Justice, program chairman of theGertrude Snap Beans and Celery. ..

Adams, treasurer; Jan Plumer and Thelma Culberson, Mrs.Virginia Shirley Circle, is in ** ""

Heather. Reed representatives to Turbeville, :Mrs. Judy charge of program- .arrnagements. '.......3 eacl i9 off-. .. ., '.".

the Girl Scout Council;,Julie John- Mints and Mrs. Kay Lewellyn entertained TO CHRISTMAS HOME ;; '0 picw ee ,r il_, .r, 1f ,it, -

son, alternate ,representative; Elaine at the Pahokee Woman's :Mr.and Mrs. Johnny Kilpatrick,' d '. t."" '" ,

Salvatore, reporter.. Club, with a baby shower in compliment newlyweds, returned tq their homeat *
; The troop voted to meet, fter to Mrs. William J. Henderson. Christmas, Fla.. the first of the <& ........"" ,. !

the Oct. 5th meeting; every other Pink hibiscus and blue plum week after'a.visit with his grand.. Mi tee'U my .irtw you Ffarf i4 V ; ,

week instead of weekly;as has been bago were used by the hostesses in mother, Mrs. Pearl Agner, and i-ar--s --------.. IM r '
\ the custom in the 'past. Dues ,for the decorations. Contest prizes other relatives in Pahokee. Mrs.
the coming year were set at 30 were awarded to Mrs..Billy Ray I Kilpatrick was the former Marie
cents a month. Mosley a.:1d'Mrs,.Harry Sheppard. Casseman of Orlando before her
t Plans were made for a beach marriage to Mr.'Kilpatrick in ,the I KILGORE SEED COMPANY '
r party on Saturday, according to HELP some underprivileged child pastorium of the First Baptist :

i ,Elaine Salvatore. reporter. get the glasses he needs to Church atT ChrIstniasF'riday! even- ., ,
t -' continue his studies in school.,Subscribe ing, Sept. 23. They were accompanied '. J
plan to leave today on a week's through a member of'the Pahokee Mr. and Mrs. Buster Kilpatrick, PHONE Stei PHONE WY 6-2093 ..
business trip to Belzoni..Miss.L Lions Club Sight Committee. also of Christmas. "
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9. force, the offspring of will and not land Mrs. Ray Longford, t
4 of wisdom; of the mortal mind and
not of the immortal, proprietors of Ray's Bakery on

"Moral'and spiritual might belong East Main Street near the high
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to Spirit, who holds the 'windIn school, returned to Pahokee Sun:

His fists;' and this teaching accords day after spending two weeks at
with Science and harmony.
.Avon Park on business. The Lang-
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1 .fords 'also have a bakery at Avon

1t Miss Myra :Jones has.returned to Park,which was badly damaged by

t her studies at Jones Business Col- the hurricane Donna and it required -

lege Orlando after spending the several days of work to get the

Pahokee Church TheJChurchQf God rCanPoint weekend here with her parents establishment there back in order
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jones. for normal business operations.
Of The Nazarene Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Baptist Church I


71,, Bacom Point' Road Point Road R v. Charles D. Stewart Pastor -

Charles F. CrauswelL, Pastor John H. Kinard, pastor I SUNDAY:
Phone 7528 .P.. O. Box 882 10:00 m.-Sunday School 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School

SUNDAY SERVICES: 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service I 11:00 a., m.Doming Worship
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9:45 a. m.-Sunday SchboL i 6:30 p. m. Training Union.. -
7:45 xn.-Evangelistic Service
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11:00 a.Sun: y Worship.. 8:00 Tuesday-V. I B. I 7:30 p. m.-EvenIng. 'Worship
p. m. WEDNESDAY
6:30pi: nxr Juniors. : H1IUJ III J1 EO ffllED.
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'7:00 p..ra.-Sunoay Evening 8:00 p. xn. Thursday-W. 7:30 p. .-Prayer Meeting.
Special music .
Everyone welcome. ,
Evangelistic Service. I
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WEDNESDAY: Christian Science

'7:30 p.meeting.m.-Midweek Prayer .-.'- Group Of Canal Point OWNED AND OPERATED BY MORE THAN r

Methodist Church 120 FLORIDA CATTLEMEN
"Where you are a stranger but i
That true power belongs to God, r
once". Canal Point -Florida WE WORK FQR.THE BEST. MARKET INTERESTS OFCONSIGNORS
not "to matter is a central themeof I
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First Methodist .;" Robert A.: Shelley, Pastor the Lesson-Sermon entitled "Unreality" .
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WE ADVERTISE FOR COMPETITIVE BUYER PARTICIPATION -
SUNDAY: which will be. read at
Church PahOkeeRevs ; AND:MAINTAIN OPEN COMPETITIVEMARKET
10:00 a. m.-Church School Christian Science services Sunday.
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'---- '11:00 a. m. Morning'Worship Scriptural selections will includethe WHERE 'ALL BUYERS BUY WITH

T. C..O'Steen 6:30 p. m.-Youth: Fellowship following: "God is our refuge CONFIDENCE .

SUNDAY: '7:30 p. m.-Evening"'Worship and strength, a very present help
.9:45 a. m.-Church School MONDAY: in trouble. Therefore will not we Glades Livestock Market Ass'nON

11:00 a. xnw--Morning Worship 3:15 p.'m.Youth Choir practice fear, though the earth be removed ,
6:45 p. m.-1Ia'F TUESDAY: and though the mountains be car-
\ 7:45p., m.-Evening Worship PAHOKEE-BELLE GLADE ROAD ,
: 800 p. m.Woman's Society ried into the midst of the sea"Psalms
TUESDAY. s PHONE WY G-3028 GEORGE YOUNG, MANAGER
1st Tuesday2nd ( 46:1, ?),
7:00 p. m.;: Vesper Choir prac- ,
MONDAY: From "Science and Health with

\ ticeWEDNESDAY 7:30 pm.-Esther Class meeting Key to the Scriptures" by :Mary SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1p.m.Announcing .

: WEDNESDAY: Baker Eddy this will be read (192: j
7:45 m. Midweek devotions
,, p 7:30 p.,m.-Prayer Meeting 11-13, 17-19): "Erring power is a
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7:30 p. .__Midweek Prayer J',:t'ff"'JfJ.J,.' .;:' s c=.- ""',_ i .fi:'. y.s kS medal presented by the international ___ .
f r S rvlceV !. YN. 1 : (fashion authority, Centro per L'Aka -
'.. LOOK itf od*Jtaifan*'* to the 1961 Ford .
2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: .( ,'V.';,-' it.>.E. ': fat. :l ( for functidnal expression of cltlssk '" .
7:30 m.-Ladles Auxiliary .
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.:' Divine Services 11-.A. M. -*. .-1 .' .. -.. ....... -
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,L if R.. 't:*,. M. Wendell Pahokee-Hainlin' ., Vicar y ,...'.. :' BEALiT F 1LY .BlJ1 .r TiXIEtAREs: OF ITSELF f fThe1961 :

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SUNDAY: v\J'f; .<....1". ...,. V ,. .. 7. \ 'J.. Lt"J 4,
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,tt'-xnWorship: Service "-3 7. -..._- --"'*' -.-''\, nt..H \:;. St *11'1' ._...l-_..., .r't I'.f" .-' .Iio.: t... ';,5 :tt\ ; ;:, ,n! '.1' "f'!L'--.
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concept a,car can. :- 'J' ,
: First Baptist., do for;you! .. .and.for itself! -.,. HEItt'S HOW. TOE '61 FORD TAKES CARE OF ITSELF ",\ I

Church Pahokee It lubricates,itself. 'New nylon bearings and'a newly developed LUBRICATES! ITSELF.. You normally go 30,000 miles without a \ -', .!
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lubricant keep the '61 Ford freshly greased for: 30,000: miles. Good chassis lubrication ,
CLEANS ITS OWN OIL You 4,000 miles between oil changes .
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? Rev. James E. Boyd, pastor bye grease rack! What's more;it Cleans its own oil 1Tiel96l Ford's with Ford's_ Full-How oil filter. ..

SUNDAY SERV1CBS7' Full-Flow. oil filter lets you go 4,000 miles between oil changes.. ADJUSTS ITS OWN BRAKES. New Truck Size brakes adjust them.
9rt5 a. nv-Sunday School "
\. 31:00 a. m, Morning Worship It adjusts its own brakes. ,A"mecfaanicai bAin"keeps; brakes selves automatically. .t ,r:
GUAXDSrrS.OWN MUFFLER.Ford Tnufflcrs are double-wrapped and
6:45 p.-Training Union adjusted/or the life of the lining. .' $- .
t frfc b" : -r f ? aluminized-normally will last three times as long as ordinary : .
8rf)0p. m. Evening WorshipWHDNESD : :::. Rust? :! is corrosion / mufflers. '
'FordXpody specially processed to resist even :;
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ga7v zing.body beneath
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8:00 p.: xni;-Prayer Meeting. .: .,. .w panels _' '. processed to resist rust and corrosion, even to galvanizing body !f

t iii... .Ford takes,:cafe of-itself. on the turnpike, too, with a new 390- panels beneath doors.. ., :j s. 1}
> ., ''. cit iri.. TKunderbird S 0'>that [ TAKES CARE OF ITS OWN FINiSH.New DwnondLustreFinish never ., : J'< I
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BarfieldJBighway.; v: .' need:The 352 Irmhderbird Special V-8 and 292 Thunderbird V-8f< ..:--j ,

'thli\e'dd reguw.'gu And for top economy you can choose the *. xl '\

9:45.A. M. Sunday School t '!>Mileage Maker Sir. o

llcOO 7:00 A.P.?M.M.-L.-Moralng W. W.',Worship.B.. (P r. .-;.- This is the 1961 Ford :beautifully proportioned to,the Classic 61 FORDFABOKffi

,;: )' : .' Ford Look...bea tifully built to take care of itself = F '

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: ': frontier party, in kepeing with i W. K. Buchanan will pre'

':: { f;f', (continued from page 1) (continued from page JL) to keep flood waters out of the the program theme on Canada for, sent the program, "Living Echoes:

?\ f -.. r, airport has been postponed by the Attorney and E. Seabrook mosquito area. .y ", the month will be held by the XI at the October meeting of the Ca-

, -*.. :_ 'Commission for 45 days to see if control director, to meet with a The commission this week, in a Alph Mu Chapter, Beta Sigma nal Point ArethodistVoman's'So-
'i- satisfactory conditions for furnish- committee from Delray, Beach td statement of policy pointed out Phi Sorority at the home .of :Mrs. ciety of Christian Service in the

< !.-: jng'water at the airport can be discuss garbage disposal in the that drainage was not a responsibility Genevieve Wilson on Bacom Point Sunday School building -of the

:,',',' : .worked out during this period., ," -i.' Marion neon Baker and Junior AuthoriZed'ComDiiSsioner Sundy the responsibility of drainage dis Killer and Mrs. Gethie Friendof Plans will be made for a week of
.:'_ Charles Gibson were hired as to negotiate for right of way need- tricts. The board, added that it the social committee will presentthe prayer and self denial. Mrs. W. E.

policemen on a temporary basis ed for extension of Gulfstream would lend Jts help to all groups program: Blackwell will preside.

with astarting pay of$70 a week, Blvd. between U. S. 1 and Road interested.in forming drainage districts -
replacing Grady .Chancellor and A1A to better. serve Seacrest High and will also lend its cooperation -
J School. H i''MM' I : : MH..H11n, 11 HIHHi1111111'ininiTHEATRES, \ \ >.
Yutral McAlum former membersof to present drainage districtsin I
.' the police force. Ottis ''Lawson Heard that right of way neededfor an Effort to alleviate present '

was hired as plant operator at the widening U. S. Highway: 1 flood,contentions brought on by record ,

'. waterworks plant at,. a salary of through Boynton Beach and north September rainfall.
: $80 a week,.and Thoiiias: Martinez: to the Boynton Beach canal would .

..distribution cost$286,005, ahd.ap: )roved.a'$1 ,- %T THE HOSPITAL PRINCE <; LAKE DRIVE-IN

...':,'.. _' man, at $75:a 000 bill. for appraisal of 'the' right. : Among thePatients: at the Ever- '*.-Pahokee, ', Pahokee-Belle. Glade Road '.

('c> The city! clerk,was authorized to, ofway. glades:Memorial Hospital'Tuesday ,; '. -
'!<<', advertise for bids for the purchase Authorized Commissioner 'RoyMichael were Slade Turbeville, Milo..Jones, -:- .- : "- -2B1GFEATUP.ES- .
;f.: of a: new police patrol:car. A neW Jr., to meet'wilh'officials Mrs. Mamie Prince j frs. Louise .
,, roof for the. old sectio&of the-city of'Lake Worth*to ttetennine-which DeVane, Thomas Duckworth, Wil S X-y. ONDAV-iuESDAY 'SUNDAY'biNDAY-TUFSDATt, I
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.jail was also authorized. plan city liam Hill Mrs.Dommie Dean Mrs.
R It was announced the Council fic control on Dixie Highway Elmira Gandy, Robert Cozart, OCTOBER 2-S-4 ''I'HE WONDERFuL '

.'( will hold a special meeting at the through that community. Charles Scott, Mrs. Valerie Hen- l
.* 'city hall Friday afternoon fer.the ,", derson and Mrs. $ die Crews. "WILD' RIVER? COUNTRY"ROBERT

f purpose of adopting a new budget Dr. and Mrs.; i .;;w-' rmstrong ... MICHT7M AND

,:t- for the 1960-61 fiscal year, startingOct. had, as guests Sunday, their" son and Norwood"Guthrie, arid family of MONTGOMERY CLEFT. LEE JULIE LONDON ,
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.. .. ti daughte -1n-law. Mr and Mrs. .Alvin Miami, accompanied_ by Miss RE:41I: K.AND d0 :'.. ALSO- x
Armstrong'and/children of Hialeah Phoebe Sue Perkinson, visited his "
BPW Members DISTRICT,of the MEETING Pahokee ,Business ; also'Mrs: Alvin Armstrong's parents, Mr. and' Mrs I. S. ..Guthrie VAN FLEET ,"A Dog's(Best FriendCOME

mother, Mrs. Helen,'Murray. in Pahokee Sunday. '
and Professional 'Women'sClub J : 11 I I I I 1..1,1 I I 1 1111 II 1.11 I J I t II I III III 1 f 111I1 I I I, ,
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in.coming BPW District 10 '

meeting at Belle Glade at a business .. / I
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dred Lavender president,Urges all .SEE THE : AT AMY .
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NAME .: : "THESE GEORGIA _,,x .
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Notice is hereby given that the. Iii:; ,'s .va. l' F.: ORD'1:1' COUNTIESx .

j_ undersigned, under the provisional( ,"It, :,. ,. *
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;* Acts of 1941. will register with :,!1' .;:,& \' ; .
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f; the Clerk of the Circuit, Court, In I. .' "" I BACON r : .
l'5 and for Palm Beach County. Flor- .
* \ Ida upon receipt of proof otC Publication .; i"-' : I.' ..'.. I BEN HILLBERR1EN '

,; of this notice, the ficti-- ..'. I. -- I '
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,GLADES 'REFUSE COLLECTION I '
BROOKS
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business at Pahokee, Florida:'. ... I. I I BUUOOtr" .

That the parties interested in CAMDEN

.said business are as follows: 1 CAN LER ,
BOB AND BILL SHACKF ORD, "
I F -J I CHARLTON
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Firm, Name: Glades Refuse Collection .. -1 COFFEE <
Service ..** ? I:; 14 !' e 'It ,. 1161 FORD GALAX1E CLUB .. COIQUITT .
-. BY; BOB AND BILL .'\i'; } '-VICTORfA-BEAUTIFULLY BUILT':' "

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.. '-, *'TO NOTICE'REGISTERFlC1rITIOUS OF INTENTION- .- '-:1: ; I YOU MAY WIN ONE; OF 12 1961 FALCONS i' ECHOLS EFFINGHAM' : I

.' NAME ---I-- '. ,4 \. .. I EVANS

Notice is hereby given that the 't't": ., ;1 TO BE:, GIVEN AWAY FREE : '1 GLYNN ..
undersigned, under the provisions < '
Chapter 20,953, Laws.of Florida, .| > T ; GRADY
't *with IRWIN -, -.
Acts of 1941 wUl register

the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in 1 Register at.. your NEIGHBORHOOD. FORD DEALER'S1 JEFF DAVIS' '

rand for Paul Beach County,'Flora a '- ". r' --*.. w. j r LANIER a'ti .-' -

" ida, upon receipt of proof "of'Pab'lication -1 : : I Thursday !9 ,1. v .-*
,'- of this notice, the,fictitious -. s'r"c'c ; Sept..; r gh.atlird.aY-l pet. : J LIBERTY : ,

.'name, to wit: .'. ," oJ'> .,of..... ,..' '. L i. 0'_ /*.. r. ._.. 'J...<_-.. >4 a i. I ', > LONG : .
HUNT REAL ESTATE, I', I' I LOWNDES '.tiJ
? !,."r'-4:; -:. ,,::< ''g' .--r\: :. -.z- :':> 1.-:T. b. Gg&Ic t., wi. one off the 12 completed entry form in the box I
*under which,I am engaged' in"",;business ,. ;'1. Y.,. : : jct... ..'. :' x$..;,:'new Ford i Falcons;vial your neigh- i marked l er'sboi: ,'
at Pahokee, Florida. ...,,_..... ii' ",.r ; borhoodford Dealer on Thursday,* Dealersskowtoomfloor.anddeposit: MItCHELL '.,
4 -That the party Interested in. said. I HERE'S,:ALL YOU Sept. 29, Friday, Sept. 30, or Satur- other half of your completed entryfornvthe'Judges' .I MONTGOMERYPIERCE : ..
1l ; business is as follows: '" -...: ,jday,.Oct. t and-pn,tkeoffidaltenity stub," in the box. .
! '. "'f', NEI.LE K. HUNT I HAVE It." TO DOrTO 1- form-list;what you ,consider to ,be 'marked TJudges box," also nearby. I ,"
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.:'.' 126 South Lake Ave. ; I .t't'. .' the 3 most important features of the 3.,Cvtry'M tt yt w,M, .r .U.rJs ei iii. I SCREVEN' ; .
: 'Pahokee : of Palm Beach : '61- Ford gels Then fill VtfeeremaiBderQfjthe
County ? '
; to participate exe t Ford Dealers' SEMINOLE F .
I Florida Sept 16. 1960. 2. ,QMIFYFOtOMCOFTHE12. ; form I .
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Determiatiet3enlplclyees ..
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Hunt 18.req
-Firm Name: '.! )'1 ". !fKHlY Sales Department '
; By Nelle K.Hunt. I winners will Bevbased.6n freshness_ personnel and their families-and I TELFAIR .-
.'.S pt. 16, 23, 30Oct. 7, 1960 "I..J.. ; r. '- and..clarity.of;;hpught. Incase of a, members" of the Ford .Dealers' and. U THOMAS" .
, FREE FALCONS, tie,.dupl1t a ,prizes! wil) be.awarded.:. Ford-. qttr Company's advertising a y
r PUBLIC NOTICE This program IS siibject'to Federal; agencies and, their .families. Should & TIFT ,
t N This Is public notice that the City of i State, and local regulations. .
TOOMBSTREVTIEN
." Pahokee. Florida. Municipal Corporation eligibility of an entry be questioned
t trill receive sealed bids for the I 2. Depart tW -DMlcr's shb"l half of your the decision of the judges will be final' .
'i. .purchase of a new motor vehicle suitable ': .... ,
for use as a police car with the I. TURNER ". :
fallowing minimum specificationf .*:- F I
1) Hew 4 door sedan with stand YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE PRESENT TO WIN! WARE ,
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(2) Eight cylinder l:,,, 't ;, ) Winners will be announced in this newspaper following official determination. Winners who buy a new '-'. WAYNE '..
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(3) Automobile' accessories Heater ..and ?\:::'- ."'' 1961 Ford during the contest period: have their choice of receiving a new Ford Falcon as described in I WHEELER "
,', (4) equipment Standard In ditlonto those .' .1,_ ;'.."> : r';> the following.sentence.or a cash prize equal to the dealer's cost of such Falcon. Ford Falcons to be \ .7.
f set forth herein ,".'":/_::- _':' ,-;! .. \ 7"';, given away will be Tudor Sedans equipped- with radio or heater. : I< WORTH '..:. ,. .
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r. 15) Transfer of siren and blinkers '
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'- J(8) Equipped with spotlight te AS'
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'Bids. alternator must for.also one include 1858 4 door a tradelnallounce Sedan : -f5; : .! -

.Pahokee"TtartU Available City Hall.for. Inspection' at the : : ; I .

Bids must be received by.the' City ,
Clerk not later than 8:00 o'clock P. M. \
Monday. October 10th. ,I960, at which '.,' r
,time bidding will close. Bids must be T :r. : : ; : \ .' '/', PAHOKEE MOTOR COMPANY '
sealed and clearly marked'on the front '
-of the envelope"Policy Car B1 must.be sealed in second. envelope for PASO,FLORIDA .
.m.aWnC purposes. The city reserves z s
the right to acceptor reject any or all : t : ::

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