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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: October 7, 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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October 7, 1960 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL PO/NT BY PAUL PA RD/, I



CIRCULATING :THROUGHOUT. THE VAST A&lCULTURAL. AREA OF PALM BEACH BOUNTY

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Paul Rogers'Tells Official Visit By E. Michael Jr. j Local Garden Club Storm EmergencyRepairs .

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BPW Club Pahokee To Further, ProjectThe

117 Civic WorkersWe Re-election ReplacedBy
Miss Betty Jane Scott.of Stuart Canal point Garden Club is

District 8 director, paid an off1 planning to'conduct its first work
Must Be Strong visit to the Pahokee Business County Board day of the fall season in the Community Power Company .

Professional, Woman's Club'at : : Building at the Glades Park

business'' meeting at the home I Thursday, Oct. 13. Members will
audience of 117 Com'issioner E. Florida Power and Light Company -
An persons representing : Roy I
Mrs.Allie Okie Tuesday night Mrs.Mildred meet with Raleigh Tucker from :
communities of the en- el. Jr., Lake Worth Dem- workmen are due another or
Lavender, president presided the office of the County agricultural -
tlre Lake Okeechobee area heard Candidate for relection to chid for their splendid performance
and introduced Miss Scott agent in the morning to discuss -
the address by Congressman Paul of County Commission during the recent hurricane. Residents I
also Mrs. Dot West of Stuart pres.lent the planting of appropriatetrees
G" luncheon of the Glades suffered little
Rogers at the joint re-emphasized the aims
of the Martin :County BPWQ and ornamental shrubs in the
meeting of the Pahokee.:and Canal from the hurricane, with a few TV I
who accompanied their district Director I I roadside park which the club is developing '
: Point Lions Clubs and the Pahokae antennas blown over some tree and
-Pahokee. I in Cooperation with the
Rotary Club in the Community shrubbery damage and a shingleoff 'I
Miss.EIlen Morgan, vocal Lions Club. The afternoon will be
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Building at the Glades:Park; Canal I a house here and there. Duringthe
director'' at Pahokee High School.arinoUnced devoted to the making of articles
Point Tuesday, with the Pahokee blow they were out of electricity I
that.Sandra Lampi for the bazzar whichthe club will :
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Lions actingas hosts. I only a few hours when trees j!
Martha Sellers PHS seniors, sponsor on Nov. 17. There will be a
"Introduced/' County Commission and tree limbs tore down electric j
been selected as student I I I sandwich luncheon at noon. All II
Chairman Paul Rardin.. Canal Y wires. j
.of the club for' the,.current' members are 'urged to attend this !
Point, wfeo served as master I An ironic twist of the winds j
year. Mrs. Elena Mindlin will .w. meeting as d good attendance is !
f ceremonies; the speaker gave .a brought a slight tornado to the Pa- 1
hostess at a social meeting of very important for effective re
brief resume of the activities at the hokee area on Friday:, afternoon be- j
club at her home Tuesday sults..i
,, last session of. Congress, then enumerated fore the hurricane winds came on !
Oct'18. .
some of the actions the -. Saturday. It was this'.little tornado i
United States should take to firm I' blow that tore limbs, off pines. I

up its position and regain some of More'n $000 Cars I Chamber Group To alongside the highway and thrust

Its lost prestige throughout the. 'I them over power lines, thereby interrupting

world. ,i Hear Vaughn ,:service for a short time
He said our country .should be !. Shipped FroniLake19271928.Season before the actual hurricane winds

more alert to the dangers of the intrusion arrived the"next day.

\ of. Communism in the; USSC PresidentThe Curtis A, Chase Commercial

Western Hemisphere pointing to Manager in the Glades for the

.. Cuba as .an' example of the entrenchment Power Company said y terday .....
',r ; of Communism at Our annual membership dinner that power company employees + "
In June
the. issue of
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ti.:. : very,doorstep, 90. miles from,.the' ; than.'sr have twice won and Installation'of officers of the worked around, the dock in an ef
\1 .1926a-litle. more L = Paholfee'CSHjmfeer.! of) O imcrc ,. .
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17 FlOTlclaTCeysrit jTMr,_ fi p -ft story'''\il ?"Tae l toi eta-7*ctore service-*quickly; ,
t lief/ have been dealing too lightly j will;be feeM 'at the- .PAhekeElks asI possible. That Uieydld that
Newa.'said that more than ary eifctyovi r with Fidel Castro and the I Club Monday, Oct. ,17, at, 8 p. m* 'was the
:high cars of tomatoes, mixed a gel keen student proven, by rapidity'with
t handed methods, of his Communistic and potatoes d been shipped {goVernjtoeHt, served as according plans completed at the which,fo1k8' bad electricity available -
government tiei I. October meeting of: the Board of the blows. This week'
the Lake Okeechobee Region \ of. ?Cp4nf y Commis following
Since the United States can 'no the season.-But you read the stor int1958. He a :represents; District Directors in the: Civic Building the workmen tare completing; removal -

longer depend on Cuba as. a satisfactory just as it appeared more is comprised,:of the Lake Monday night. Barry'T. Vaughn, of .emergency repairs made-

I ....... source of sugar, the speaker three decadea'ago. Here Ills:, (continued. 'on page 8) I president of the'U., S. Sugar Corp:,II during the storm and replacing:
# told of-the possibilities raising Not counting boat shipments. Clewiston, will be guest-speaker.County them with permanent work.

;, the acreage. quota for sugars press sh1pmej1*:or local f.. o. I Commission chairmanPaul will Over In West Palm Beach at
Rardin of Canal Point
( (continued on page 8) sales, 2,768 solid cars of tI hokee Taxes Up (continued on page 8)
serve as master of ceremonies and "v-:
-- I potatoes and mixed, i installing officer.' '

have been shipped so far this i"r Coming Year The directors voted to meet at Blue Devils
0 i Local Drug Store.BotightByMelPaul on,from the stations of the 1 the Coca-Cola plant Thursday at PlayForestHiUJfere i ;

East Coast railroad on the 9:30.. m. for a coffee break, following -
; and southern shores of Lake Oke Pahokee City Council in)i I which they will call on -
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chobee. The movement .
session Jiday'aftemOO11
chamber members who have not
.:. production: .from the islands the City's general'operat- yet paid their 1960 dues in an effort -I

The Canal Point Pharmacy and from the Brown Company farm and waterworks budgets for to bring payments up to date. The .Pahokee High Blue Devils

t' the building in which it is located, Hillsboro Canal. Including the bo< 1960-61 fiscal year start-: It was decided to conduct the twice beaten in as many stars will

!r have been purchased by Mel Paul and express shipments and Oct 1, the* om bined total be- regular monthly,meetings on Monday have aa their contestants in the
t formerly'\of the Arlington sectionof movement trucks the total $378,111.92., The' total set up, nights at 7:30 instead of 8 first home game of the season this

.. Jacksonville but more recently duction for the section was v general operating budget I I o'clock as has been the custom in Friday night the Forest Hill Fal-
, of'Fort.Laude 'dale.-Mr. Paul took above 3,000 cars. $290,000.00 and in the water the'past. cons who presenpy'aresharing the

over operation of the store on Monday The railroad figures of the budget, $88411.92. The ai-I I 'At the request of Mrs M. L- top rung of the Suncoast Conference ;;

;f morning of this week.and announces load movement from .Ev rglad tax rate was set at 13.25 Keen permission was granted to ladder with,the Seacrest Sea- ,

t .w store ours from 8:30 a. stations so far this season are: 2fi- mills above last year's use the chamber office for a political hawks,. each having two wins and y -\
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t. t m. until 6:30 p.m-, six days.a week. Tomatoes, 693. of 11 mills. rally. It was pointed out the no defeats to date in League play.
'. Mr. Paul is a Florida registered Vegetables 1,837. special interest to residents chamber office is available to all This Is the first time Coach Web

r : ;:pharmacist and looks optimistical*. Potatoes, 238., .' 21,000 earmarked in the new political parties for this purpose. Pell's men have faced the Falcons ;
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Kn. ly at the future in.Canal Point He for immediate repair of city .. on the gridiron and although the"visitors ;
'; gave as his slogan: "It'we' don't that have deteriorated ,rap: have,yet to be scored on in J j,

... .have it;.we'n, get it If we can't get JialloweenPians'CanalPOintSchoOl. .. during ,the last few weeks* of league play, the Eagles of Capias \;
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., it they'don't make it"Mr. rains. In, the past 'the City Baptist Revival High proved last week that they -I"'j!
.' Paul has a 'wife and three built and repaired its own are far from _being'Invulnerable by i,

i'. daughters. 'Mrs. Paul is a schoolteacher however because of lim bringing them down to earth in a \!
I &, ; in the Broward county equipment and the extensive Starts On Monday startling 18-7 defeat.: j

x school system at Fort. Lauderdale >' -A Halloween carnival for of repair the-Council at its Against Clewiston last 'Friday j

: -\, and will continue there for the re.to. children of Canal Point will meeting awarded a contract to night it was the same old story a !
Revival services at the CanalPoint'
f ::, 'mainder_of the: school year. ,Mr. held on the school grounds Beach.Asphalt Company hard-fighting Blue Devil squad j
to.- Paul will live:,in the apartment'atop day evening; Oct 31, under : all streets in need of Baptist Church will be held that made.' a-fine,stand'against the I J

the drug stored sponsorship of the Canal the work,to start as.soon as daily Monday, October 9, through Tigers on defense, but still unableto : 1

;, The new Canal Point pharmacist Parent-Teacher Association conditions are favorable. Sunday night October 16. Dr!,! Sam break the jinx that seems al- ;y

has ,had :many years experience! cording: to plans announced" so set up in the general,op- S. Hill, pastor of the Belle blade Ways to give the victory to Clew- .'

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and operated'a 'drug store' in the school'Tibrary Monday night, drainage and $2,400 togo I preacher. Brown Setterlind, Minister game,this time the score being 6-0 -

Arlington, section' of. :Jacksonville :the president trs..Joe Cherry, the salary of a full-time of Music in the Belle Glade favor.of the Tigers. ;

Floridafor manyyears. In recent presiding.:,'Johnson. v director ,at,the Paao- Baptist Church, is to direct the Although the Blue Devils will ;

years he1has,bee' In Fort Lauderdale chairman, called for a special Youth Center,. .. :Music' during the season.JtevivaL start again-in tonight's contest as .
and comes to Canal Point ing with room mothers'and e 'salary increases. 'for city eni Sunday.(Services will beat 11 a. the underdogs, local football fans :

highly racpmmended'by those with ers on Thursday,3 p.m.when provided for in the new m. and.730 p. In. Throughput: the will find'itt them a .scrappy outfit
whom he naabeea associated in the school room will be assigned were authorized at the week the evening services will be with plenty of'spirit: that can upset -
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past kind of booth it is to sponsor.at, to go into immediate ef- held at 7:30 p. m.Tbe'NQr&ery'will' the Falcon if they start clicking.
--- carnival. PTA. will have a be open each eveR Dg' And of iibe. Bandmaster Robert ,

a Mr. and Mrs. ,:Harold- 'JIWer of booth,.specinHains In hot dogs .- : The public invited to share 'O. Lampri'! ''smart-looking;:/high- ;

Jacksonville spent the weekend'inPahokee chIH.. ., '- Rev. Martin-King of North this week's biooatogB. The Pastor, stepping, fineplayingPHS! l Bahd

V1Sttt g |wr. aaotlw- *; Mrs. Upon reeoaamea&tiea by 'Myers as guest minister Charles D.. Stewart aBBOuacetf will be.oa tae'field at the halftime ,

Arthur Bush:pad ',1IR ters1. Jack 'executive board,:: tbe grewp'vete at the Pafeokee -First that fee Men's BHrie dam will to assist,i Luwr entertairimect of ;

aDd Bobby Bu.'C'. -j.a.H. ff-n.L.- "" (80DU M4 '!.. !e. st Church Sunday. ." :._, _R M i$t'_PCB aIt.-: Ute. cry lfdck-e6f'r'i' fa at;8:15! '\. !

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:i., Page Twi The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida '' Friday, October: 7, 1968 t..

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f.. forces as a major after four years !I! Miss Jeanine Mock I I Eastern Star In r
: of service. He was on the facultyof '
-. Pahokee High School when he Nurse At.Hospital First Fall Meeting
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l...' \- iL = = Michael is an active member of Miss Jeanine Mock R. N. has :Members-of the Pahokee chapter -

&:!'i : 1 .1 the Methodist Church and residesat joined the nursing staff at the', Order of Eastern Star, at the
:: \ 304 South B.Street Lake Worth Everglades Memoral Hospital. first meeting of tile fall season to
with his wife, the former :Martha Daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. Rupert be held in the Masonic Hall Thurs-
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: B. Tatom of Lake Worth, and'their Mock of Pahokee, Miss Mock re- day night will welcome as guest of

r < i i. .JG four children, Jennifer, 17, Anna I I yeiced a BS degree from the University honor Mrs. Freda McEwan, grand
.1 Lou, 16, Billy 10 and Jimmie,2. j 'of Florida, Gainesville, last secretary of the Elorida Grand

.. -- -- June,'being one*of the 25 'who received Chapter, OES. and past grand matron -
diplomas in the first gradu- : Mrs. :Mabel Young, past ma-
' Special Tags MayBe ating class of the university's newly tron of the chapter,will present the
. established School'of Nursing. program. Mrs. Angelea Sears,
Reserved NowIf
G: The Rardin Building In. Canal Point, Florida .----. a I worthy matron, and J. H. Bordeaux -
will presids.
worthy patron
W,:/. THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME. ,OF you would like to reserve the I Learn the simple artof becominga 1 II .... -
same auto tag number- for 1961'' more interesting
" : that you have for I960, you can doso Bell's Charm arid Fashion School. I I CLASSIFIED ADS "
: 1IIE EVEftGL.A.DESNUS= in the monthofOctober.by'pay-' _Call,7365., Oct; Slcn I I PAY BIG DIVIDENDSTHlMH"I"t ;>"

,; Serving,the Lake',Okeechobee Farming Region Without ing for the tag and also paying:. .', ----...
'I 'Interiup oxl'Every'Week for More ThairSO TTears the additional $1.00.tee for such a -H"HH I lit H I M I 111 1 :"J 1..|..I l'..1 1 I I I 1 : -i 111 It',
service. Mrs. G. C. Young'in the
t Established. March 11,.1924' 'r Published-Every Friday.. tax collector's office at the Glades

: Subscrip4lon_Price$ .OO Year IB Advance, Office Building, said this week that THEATRESPRINCE .
the reservations may be made in
The Everglades News Is Entered! at the Post Office October. fi

- In''Canal- .Point, Florida, ; as Second. C1a.ss"JUUer'j ... i : LAKE DRIVE-IN

': Paul.Iardhi .' Owner, Editor, Publisher CHURCH MEETINGS Pahoke Pahokee-Belle Glade Road

Activities at the Pahokee First -
\ Roy.E.,.Michael; Jrs. :,-;1 I cation of facilities capital and improvements a planned pro-for Methodist Church this coming week - -' -2 BIO FEATURES -
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, a meeting SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY
the future."I I -
: (continued from 1) sion on Stewardship and Finance SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY
page feel that Beach CountyIs : OCTOBER 91011HomeFromTheffill
Palm
t.. Worth-L ntana'area and the Townof with the'chairman, Lloyd Hundley, I It OCTOBER 9-10-11 .
on the threshhold of a new and
" Palm Beach. Tuesday at 7:45 p.m.; a meeting of '
..'t. In making'his bid for re-election prosperous era.and I will continue I the Methodist Men's Cabinet Wednesday -I
to give support to plan 'The FiSherman
..r: i in the general'election November 8. my any at 7 ,p. m., with the vice Big .
which will MTTCHUM
produce an orderly
:Michael pledged his continued sup- president, Kyle Scott, presiding ROBERT AND
port for! early construction of additional growth for our county and which I in the absence of the president, O. THE STORY OF SIMON ELEANOR PARKER
will improve living conditions, bus-
' roads and bridges in tha B. McClure; and a meeting of he PETER OF GALILEE -A1SO -
iness and the
possibilities econom
f county plus continued ,improvement -! | Official Board of the church with .
;," of the county's present road ,I welfare of'our people." j Chairman J. L. Tyson, Jr, Thursday (TECHNIOoLOR, ) 'Crashing Las Vegas'r
': system. He also listed as major!i During, the period Michael has I I at 7:45 p. m. .
a, objectives in his! bid'for re-election. I served on the county board, he has ,i .1( I t I I 1 1 11 I I I \_I I 1 I I I 1 I 1 1 1 MH"I'-i"H"H"l-y' I *''H''l'' HIM II'

.:' continUed'efforts' to' gain protection been closely associated with the

. of ocean beaches and further county's planning and zoning prob- I
)' research and possible legislation to :lems and has helped this program
"r' 'grow from the unrestricted land
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develop adequate drainage facilities ,
, > in the suburban areas use of a few years ago to today's rk

" Michael at the present time is ,program of orderly expansion ... .. I
..'.' I actively engaged'with the Resources through up-to-date zoning regula- ty t$
, .. Development Board in developing tions. The county's zoning and "

a fiscal program to finance building regulations have won both ,. .
I i beach erosion measures for the state and national attention. .

:: county coastline and to try and Today'' Michael serves as'liaison
fri r, acquire additional beaches for public -' between the commission and the I 1 0 1

. use. In connection with the ,county' zoning commission and is :.It"j 'k. a 4
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i county's drainage problems, Michael chairman the Zoning committee I 00 \
'. I .is now serving as one of a of the State Association. of County '
y five-man committee;named by the j Commissioners. He served as first
! Lake Worth Drainage District to chairman Of the county zoning

,\ study ways antt'means:qt. epctend. commission vMichaelareethphasiied% for( thisEmblem. IT ji'for5modern
', tag adequate ;'drainage control; *p his pledgeto '.
E :' the suburban; areas which constantly 4give careful thought to the

s ; face threat, of high water. conservation of public funds and to living .
, ', Ariotner of his major aims, Michael lend support only to expendituresIfeel ;

IP 1 said is further development will best benefit the residentsof I : .
"- of the county's industrial potential Palm Beach County." .AMD1t to 44GDMHiY k Rd.ie.
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;.' industries 'its recreational. and va'IJ" and was separated from the armed 1
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Mr. and Mrs. Billy Henderson
(Valerie Geiger) of Pahokee announce ;41 MQST PEocLE TODAY I II

j CE AGE the birth of a daughter, A GAN 6E
EVEN IN TXE. EASILY ANP O ttCKLY RELIEVE?.,
EXPERTS fORESEEAN/NCR AS/NG Gina Lynore at the Everglades : I
ROLE fOR PETROLEUM- 442t' Memorial Hospital, Sept. 27. Mr. BUT'HSAP*&'HEADACHES
SOURCE>=U.S ENERGY. .,' OP OLP WERE 72 sE FEARED,. ,
and Mrs. Victor L. Geiger of Pa- I
.. kEYAIRE PETkt7L ZM1. WILL
t hokee are the maternal grandparents. '
CONTtNUS TO PROYIPEABVKPANTIOWCOSTENERGY THE I i, Ft/AIJTNEAfAU 1

BEUEVEPSUPKNATURALFORCES
I i. THAT HAS TRANSFORMEI m'E Mr. and Mrs.: G. A. Parham of} 4L HEAP

fC OP THeNATrON: Pahokee announce the birth of PAINS, THE WITCH

S twins a son and a daughter, at the '' POCTOR9CUREHASTOOMtCE
Memorial Hospital AROUMP THE '
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PRODUCTS..
1 I OIL School Senior Class: Lamar Will- \ HEADACHES
t CENTlJItY JNPUSTRYEXPECTS\ MOXRN LIVING.
72? SPENP EVEN AORE THAN ITS iams is vice president; Dianne ? ''
'" CURRENT*3OO MILLIONTfSAKLY -PLUS Douglas, secretary; and Sandra iP'HEAP S f

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The other five grades,of the sen- 'j
Of THE DEVELOPMENTS FORESEEN ior-junior high school have also

/ ASPHALT FILM TQ HOLP MOISTURE ff/PARCHEP elected officers for the ,coming
t FARM f/ELPS?.MOVEMENT OF SOUPS THROUGH year: Eleventh grade ,Janette tp oux ANCESTORS
PtPEUNES...O/L.BURNERS TO MELT SNOW... I I I
Harrington, president; Betty Johnson ReAlIZE THAT ttf 707AY KOUlP
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NEW INS CTIIIP 5 I secretary; and Katherine Young, THANKS TO BfOLOGCAiCHEMSTRyANPMEPICAL

.,...' s ANP PERTtLtZERS FOR fOOPSHORTWORLPAR&AS. treasurer; Tenth Grade Connie RESFARCWhJ .
, Singletary, president; Gail Sears,I 8 1

vice president Amy Roell Young, ,
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Billy Boe, president; Dottle Lair, New I Robert Nknce has returned froma
Mail Volume Up Dinner Party At vice president; Tina Maxwell. secretary 'Mrs. Clark Is. visit with Mr." and ,Mrs. Otis

Ii For All-Time High VorheesH9me. ; and James Crauswell, Canal Pt. P. 0. Clerk I Usherfonner Canal Point residentsnow
treasurer., Eighth Grade Willola
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, A 'new' all-time high in the knalion's Mrs. Boyd'Vorhees and Mrs.J. S. Tyson, president; Betty Storey, Mrs. Erma Loy Clark of Pelican living at Ludowici Donald, Ga.Usher He was of

{ mall. volume was reached ,Barwick entertained at the Vor- vice president; Brenda Alderman, Lake Village is the new clerk in accompanied by to make

-i' during: fiscal. year 1960 ending tees home in Canal Point with a I secretary; and Faye Elliott treas-i the Canal Point post office, accord- Canal Point who remained
his home there with his parents,
Eleventh Grade John
June 30which; continued the,steady r dinner party honoring Mrs. Vor- urer. Pell ing to Mrs. Edythe Smith, post Otis Ushers.
upward trend of the past: seven' hes' son, Boyd..Jr., ,and Miss Bar: president; Keith Padgett, vice pres- master. Mrs. Clark has had jdx the

i years at a rate which even exceeds bara Walker of Naples, a hQuse ident; Dottie Elliott, secretary; years of experience in the post of-

) the population growth, according to- guest of the.Vorhees. Other guests and Jo Ellen Brown. treasurer. fice at Pelican Lake and is a qualified III

.: advance information from the'An- were_ Miss Becky Barwick Miss civil service employee. She

nual Report of the Post Office Department Ann Jackson Miss Linda Hand,I Monthly Communion succeeds Mrs. Osceola Upthegrovc. Classified AdsIII

ft' .. which, has been made' Carmen Salvatore, m Benny Bax- -- -
., Catholic ChurchesThe
available: to Postmaster Edythe ter and Laverne MiUigan. AT THE HOSPITAL HAD A VISITOR Give 2661 a

', \ Smith. Boyd, Jr., an apprentice seamanin Among the patients at the Everglades ring and let us know about it '
Although subject to last minute the U. S. Coast Guard, is home Belle Glade Holy Name Memorial Hospital Wednes-
.and we. wilj be happy to put the
revisions, the gear's total has .been. on a 12-day: leave after completing members pf St i Philips Catholic day were Slade Turbeville, Cotton item in our personal news column.Of .
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estimated' as 63B'billion pieces"of his basic training at the USCG Church will Join with the Pahokee Funderburk, Mrs. .Mamie Prince, NO CHARGE.
there
course is
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mail which includes about one billion boot camp, Camp,, May, N. J. He Holy Name members of St.Mary'sCatholic Mrs. Sarah Wingate. Thomas Thanks. The Everglades News.

pieces of parcel post. It was will report for duty in Miami on Church, in Pahokee, Sun- Duckworth,,Mrs. Geraldine Vande-

stated that this-would mean an increase Oct.'10. day, October 9, in thier monthly grift, Mrs. Cletis Hand, Mrs. Lily FOR SiLEew. and used Willys

of nearly 25 per cent over I I communion. DukeMrs: Meg Graham: Earl Jeeps., Walter Ashlers Garage

i the corresponding figures for 3.953 several Cooper, Phyllis Slonaker, :Mrs. In Belle Glade, Phone, 305:)$.
when the annual volume 'was 50.9 Week Of, Prayer IsScheduled'Pabokee Mary Parham, Mrs. Ruth Hatton, Oct.. 17-54-clL

billion pieces. will bein Pahokee, However it will Earl Mederith and Miss Shirley % jm r
alternate monthly between St.Mary's PRINTING OF ALL KINDS. If
During this same period, it' was Harrington.
pointed out, the'revenue of the De- -, and St. Phillips hereafter.The you need cards envelopes, letterheads -

partment also has shown an im- A special program in observanceof parioneI'Jlin Pahokee ,ace statements, bill heads, handbills
week of prayer and self denial also in PUBLIC NOTICE or something in the printingline
'. pressive gain with an increase from Joining in with those Belle This Is public notice that the City of
$2,091,714,000 in fiscal year 1953 will be,given at the First Methodist Glade to develope plans for build- Pahokee. Florida.A Municipal Corporation just step to the phone and call

to $3,276,800,000 for fiscal year I Church,by the Woman's.Society of ing and financing a new Rectory, purchase will of receive a new sealed motor bids vehicle for suitable the- The Everglades News at Canal

1960. Christian Service from, 9 to 10:30a. Convent and Parish Hall in Belle for use as a police car with the Point, No 2661. We are experts in
m., Oct. 26, according to plans following minimum specifications:
Glade. These ,buildings are now producing excellent printing and
.Here in Canal Point, receipts of (1) New 4 door sedan with stand -
; the post office climber from third announced at the October meeting badly needed as the, new parishhas ard all steel body. our prices are'"in line with out of
of WSCS Monday by Mrs. T. C. its own Pastor Father Fran- (2) Eight cylinder town who to the
Class office in 1953 to Modern 2nd (3) Automobile Heater printers come.
Class last year. O'Steen, spiritual life chair nan.Takingpart'will cis X Fennech and three nuns of (4) Standard accessories and Grades for printing business. Please
be Mrs. M. P. Hol- equipment in addition to those
"There is not much we can do the Victory Noll Order. set forth herein give us a can. Phone 2661.
about how much mail we have to man Mrs.R.F.Hurt and Mrs.John (5) Transfer of, siren and blinkers
: Hatton. The theme: '-n nkIn from old car FOR RENT: House with 2 bed
handle from day to day or how Basic TrainingFinished (6) Paint shall be fell white exterior
These Things. ((7) Automatic Transmission rooms, bath, furnished if desired.
of the
people are making use
many A .budget for the new year as By Three (8) Equipped with spotlight & Call Harold Webb Phone 7718.
Postal Service, Postmaster alternatorBids
recommended by the finance com- (2tp)
must also Include a tradeInallowance
Edythe Smith stated, "but the
for one 1958 4 door Sedan
The attend-
mittee was adopted.,
whole Department. busy .in Roger Watson, Wayne Wagnonand for at the
keeps Ford. Available inspection i i1j"I' j l\t:. '\ti f\1t'IT'IfNf'jNf'm-fit'ITIi'I'\f1\rl!
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ance pin for the month was
pre Crider Pahokee. City HalL
devising ways and means for doing Frnak Jr., Pahokee
,sented to Mrs. Frances Dunson, I Bids must be received by the City
the job not only more efficiently High School 1960 graduates who Clerk not later than 8:00; o'clock P. M.
-, but more economically. As I recall chairman,. for her Gertrude Shirley Joined! the U. S. Air Force a few Monday. October 10th. 1960, At which REAL ESTATEFor
4, Circle. : time bidding will ,close. Bids must be
it, that was the way President weeks ,ago under the Air Force's: sealed and clearly marked on the frontof
I Eisenhower outlined the principal It,was reported an original song I buddy training program recently the envelope "Police Car Bid". Bid I Sale 1
relating to Southeast ,Asia,' composed must be sealed.ln a second envelope for
objectives of the Departmentwhen i completed their basic training at mailing purposes. -The city' reserves
Mrs. C M. Todd Four dwellings and five rental
Postmaster General Arthur by a mem- the Lackland Air Force Base, San the right to accept or reject any or all
ber of'the Pahokee WSCS is bids. units lot Income of
being on large ridge ,
E. Summerfield was being sworn in Antonio, Texas, and were given the PATRICIA 8. BATCHELOR :
used the of doctors and $225.00 month. This win
by corps per net.
CITY CLERK
back in 1953, and that's the way rank of airmen, third. class. After
I nurses on the mercy ship, USS I (CITY SEAL) a good figure on investment and
we have been operating ever training together, they are now Pub.: Sept. 30th and October 7th. 196t.
Hope, now on a good will tour in price of $15,000.00 Terms. ,
since. going separate ways on USAF as
Southeastern Asia waters. NOTICE ,OF INTENTION 4
1 signments. Also 4 homes two
on lots incomeof
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Mrs. Sears of Canal Point
Pope TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS
district chairman of childrens Roger, who has been spending a10day $240.00 per month. Slake offer.
BROWNIES LEARN SONGS :' leave with his parents, Mr. NAME Both of these properties are offered -

Mrs. Glen Brower taught mem- work as the guest WSCS speaker seminars gave-'a held report -I and Mrs. Corley Watson, in ,Paho Notice is hereby given that the by out of town owners who want

bers of Brownie Troop 128 new on I kee leaves this weekend for Hunter I undersigned, under the provisionsof to sell. ,

songs and led in group singing at recently in Fort Lauderdale and I 'AFB. Savannah, Ga.. to enroll In : Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida,

the weekly meeting of the troop in, .Fort Pierce. Mrs. Lloyd" Hundley a USAF technological school. :Acts of 1941, will register with 2 bedroom C. B. Home on Cypress i

the First Methodist Church. Prize spoke on "Citizenship. Mrs. Laurie Wayne is now stationed at the Air I the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in ave. Owner wishes to sell, soon. .1

winners of the art exhibit of the Justice program ,chairman for Force base near Amarillo, Texas. I and for Palm ,Beach County, Florida -( Price of $8500.00, includes F. H. A. .'E

previous week were announced: the Gertrude' Shirley Circle was incharge Frank is stationed at Niagara i upon receipt of proof of Publication Loan. I

Chrissy Scroggins first place; of program arrangements.It Falls, N. Y., where he is enrolled in i of this notice the fictitious -
announced the Miriam :bedroom home Rardin
Ann Mosley, ,second;' and Beverly was a USAF school for radio tech- .name, to wit: on avenoq
Wood, third. Refreshments'were Circle will ,be hostess and presentthe nicians. : HUNT REAL ESTATE in beautiful condition. Price $12,- .-

:: served by Mrs.'Frank Brady. Next program at the November under which I am engaged in business 500.09, terms :

t Monday afternoon the troop will meeting.- ... The October meeting of the Pa i at Pahokee, Florida. Have buyer .for. section 'of mucH i
meet at the Boy' Scout'Beach for hokee Parent-Teacher Association That the party''interested in said Land,Improved.or ,Unimproved. '

: a nosebag lunch; according to Alice Bell's Charm and Fashion will be held in the high school audi business is as follows:

J Nancy Watkins troop reported. School 'is the answer to self con- torium Monday at 8 p. m.. with .. ..NELLE K. HUNTi126"SouUi'Lake SEE OR GALL '

aG; fidence. Call Pahokee 7365. 021c ,President W. O. Moss to preside. ; Ave. .

,_ Mr. and,Mrs. C. ,A. Major have .. Mrs. Herman Kautz hospitality Pahokee, County of Palm Beach DAN CARPENTERREALTOR

returned.to their home in Pahokeefor Mr. and :Mrs. P. J. Loren have chairman and her hostess Florida, Sept 16 1960. .

the season after spending the returned from a visit with his parents tee for the month,will commit-I Firm Name:,Hunt,Real Estate. PHONE Pahokee 7156 or 7235I ':

summer at their home. In Green-' Mr. and Mra Frank Loren, freshments during a By NeHe K.:Hunt. .

4WD ,S CL ,.: In Utica. N.L: hour following the meetiag"v ,.,Sept..,16,28,38, Oet. 7, I960, =s _._ _. _e_ _._ ..:. =. '


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Chattahoochee and Gainesville.' It moved from Moore Haven to Paho- will attend the meeting of the legislative
has' previously been reported kee where they are making their council of the Florida High .
PERSONAL NEWS NOTES j through error that Kathy was, en- home with her mother, Mrs. Nell School Activities Association in
rolled at Palm' Beach Junior Cal- Millar. Gainesville Sunday and Monday.Mr. .
lege. McKinley Ridenour has returnedto and Mrs. J. W. Repper haveas
.t, ,AMNWWWMMrs. 101c. i itIrs. his home at Canal Point after guests her mother, Mrs. B. L.
by Mrs. McRaneya -
.. Violet White has returned accompanied ) Ruby Lee Justice, accompanied
McKinstry, 'spending the summer with relativesat Shoemaker, and nephew Gary
'. to Savannah. Ga., after a visit here daughter Mrs. Sam by her sister Mrs. Rosa
; with her brother-in-law and sister, who Joined her husband and they Belle Weaver of West Palm Beach, Lake City, Tenn.D. Shoemaker, both of Huntington
Mr. and: -Irs. Frank Friend. will make their ,home there whilehe left the first of the week for Columbia B. Watkins was called to Sanford Pa.Dr.
f h' Robert entertained is stationed at Fort Rucker by ,S. C., to visit her daughter \ the first of the week by the and Mrs. E. C. Johnson had
Mrs. Apelgren
Bacom Point the U. S. Army. 1 Mrs. Erma Smith, who is ill in a_ illness of his mother, Mrs. Nell as guests her mother Mrs. Sarah
on'
home
ed at her '
,", afternoon with a Mrs. James H.. Wilson has returned I hospital there. .... Watkins, who is a patient, at the Hendrickson of Farmingdale, N.
Road Tuesday
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Seminole
t. coffee honoring her house guest. from aa. trip tq Norman Mr. and Mrs. Adrain Samons, MemorialHospitaLMiss Woods, of London England.
:Mrs. Donald Steiner of Miami. Park Ga. She was accompanied formerly of .JoiI\er. Ark., have Joyce Brown, new worthy J. V. Turbeville and niece, Patsy,
Mrs. Webb McRaney and Mrs. there by her daughter Miss Kathy moved to Pahokee where they,are advisor of the Pahokee, Assembly, have returned to Robin, N. C., aftera
t. Sam McKinstry Sr., have returned Wilson, who enrolled as a studentat making their home in the Tillis Order of Rainbow girls, will presidefor visit here with his brother, Slada
x from Fort Rucker Ala.,where they .the Norman Junior'College. En- Apartments. He is employed at.the the first time at,a meeting of Turbeville, who is ill at the Ever-.
, visited Mrs. McKinstry's grandson, route'home Mrs. Wilson visited-her Glades Equipment Company and the Rainbow Girls in the Masonic glades Memorial Hospital.
.4 I Sam McKinstry, TH. They were,I,nephews, the Rev.,Donald/ Padgett she, at Bolton's Drug Store. Hall Monday. evening.
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'1., Coupes' .for example, headroom. ,' been, Impalas that bring you a new measure of elegance f '
upped as much as; 2 inches, and there's ,from the most elegant Chedes.of all.
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< 'David,, W Barney, who is work- She plans to start work in a beauty A visit with their son, Robert Roberto Arrieta was a business Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fraser and
ing on a master's degree in busi"I salon in the near future. Reynolds, and family at Fore Pierce visitor in Miami the past week. Mr. and Mrs.Leon Spooner attended -
... administration at the Unf- Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Spooner and was enjoyed Sunday by Mr. and Mr, and :Mrs.: Inman W. Weeks the.football at Gainesville
versity of Florida, has returnedto family visited his brother, J. E. Mrs. W. A. Reynolds of Pahokee. visited their son-in-law and daughter game
his studies after a brief visit Spooner, and family at Clew ston Mrs. Adaline Stuckey,Was the Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Hamilton, Saturday and visited the Frasers
here with his parents,Mr. and Mrs. last weekend. guest of Mrs. Rosa Weaver in West and family at Lake Worth Saturday. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
George Ramey. The Beta Omicron Chapter of Palm Beach over the weekend. The Weeks had as guests at Mrs. Bill Davenport:, and familyin
Ralph Johnson of,Pahokee, Wal- the Sigma Eta Society of Fine I Harold Wilkinson, David Unwin their home in Pahokee Suntiay Tampa enroute home Sunday.
ter Kautz and W. E. Blackwell of Arts will hold its October meeting and Lee Shirley attended the Flor- their son and daughter-in-law Mr. They were accompanied 'back ;o -
Canal Point attended the Methodist at the home of Mrs. C. T, Santee ida-Georgia Tech football game at and Mrs. Murray Weeks, and fam- Pahokee by Terri Davenport whois
Laymen's Conference at Lakeland. ,at Canal Point Monday, wth Mrs. Gainesville Saturday.Mr. ily of Lake Harbor. the guest of her grandparentsthis
Wally ,Mole, student at Florida Edna Barrett, co-hostess. Mrs. and ':Mrs. It. B. Simonson Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sasser and week. .
Christian College, Tampa, spent ,Luther Jones of Belle Glade,. pres- pent Sunday at Lakeland visiting son James Paul, spent the week- Mr. and Mrs. Inman Weeks have
the'weekend with his,parents, Mr. ident, will preside. their son, David, who is a freshmanat end at their cottage at Lake Placid. returned from a three-week vaca-
and Mrs. Grcham Mole,in\Pahokee.1tIrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas had Florida Southern College. Mrs. W. J. White has returned tion spent in Williamsburg. Va.,
.;Bea.Salvatore has'returned as guests over the weekend ,their Mrs. C. L. Shirley Sr., will en- from a two-week visit with her and Nashville, Tenn. Enroute home
to.her home in Pahokee after com- daughter, Miss Nancy Thomas; tertain members. of the Friday sons and families, Lloyd Corbittat they vir'.ted: her brother and sister-
pleting her: courses'at a school for also Keith Tarbett and Bob Meyer, Bridge Club at her new home on Fort,Pierce and T. L. Corbitt at in-law, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Mole at
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cold-start warmup so you start saving
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, 71- Bacom Point Road Canal. Point Road SUNDAY"R v. Charles:, D"SiewMt: Pastor ,:,' ,'v' ..;, -t. ., 0 ',:, ,: :

:,, Charleq$ F. Crauswett. Pastor John H. Kinard pastor CMy ,
'Phone'7528 P. O. Box'882 10:00 School 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School ";< J.i :
a. m.- Sunday
I I I 11:00 a.. m. -Morning,Worship :
i, SUNDAY SERVICES: 11r 11:00 a. .-Preaching Service 6:30 Union. .... ''OS. ,; ,?
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7:45 Service '
p. m-Evangelistic 7:30_p.Eve \ng, Worship
11:00 a. m.--Sunday Worship. ."
. 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B.. WEDNESDAY:
) 6:30 p. m. Juniors. 8:00 p.m. Thursday W.,M.; Ii.
7:30 Meeting.
p. m.-Prayer
7:00 m.-Sunoay Evening .
i' p. Everyone welcome. Special music. .. .
Service.
:. Evangelistic
r WEDNESDAY: and singing. Christian Science'

7:30 p. m.-:ftidweek Prayer .. I1
Of Canal Point
: meeting. Group .. ,"
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"Where you are a stranger butonce" '
How sickness as'well as.sin can

.', m... Can tl Point Florida be overcome through spiritual iui-

derstandlng of' 'God will be set '. .' ..... .
,. First Methodist Robert A. Shelley,Pastor forth at Christian Science services \.

Church Pahokee SUNDAY 10:00 : Church School Sunday. .. ,# //1> "' ..
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Teachings of Christ are ';''
..- 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship featured in the Bible selections 6 : R
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; Rev. T. C. O'Steen 6:30 p. m. Youth Fellowship I
which include his admonition concerning
.I ,SUNDAY: 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship, I
the "corrupt tree (which)
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; 9:45 a. m.-Church School MONDAY:
bringeth forth evil fruit" (Matt. 7:
.', 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship 3:15'p. m.-Youth Choir practice 17). The sUbject'' of the Lesson- Miss Delilah Strayer of Canal Point became the bride of Donald
6:45 p. m. MYFZ45 TUESDAY: Edward McKinnon of Miami in ceremony held Sept. 24 at St. Phillips
Sermon is "Are Sin, Disease, and
( p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m.- Woman's Society Catholic church in Pahokee. The couple will make their home in :Miami
, TUESDAY: 1st:Tuesday Death Real? I r where Mc McKinnon is a member of the Metro Police Department. The

7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac- 2nd :MONDAY: : This correlative passage from bride is the daughter of Mr..and Mrs.John Strayer of Canal Point.
theWEDNESDAY "Science and Health with Key to! I ..
7:30 m.-Esther Class meeting - - - - ------------------- -- -----
p. the Scriptures" by Mary Baker
: WEDNESDAY: VISITS IN MISSISSIPPIMrs. :SIRS. B. ELLIOTT INJUREDMrs.
Eddy will follow (343:14): "Jesus
Mid-week devotions
" :45 p. m.- 7:30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting H. H. Sears has gone to B. Elliott is a patent this
8:30 Senior Choir strips all disguise from error, when
p. m.- prac- West Point, Miss., for a visit therewith week at Good Samaritan Hospital
tlct.Canal his teachings'are' full understood.By .
I her son and daughter-in-law, West Palm Beach, where she is re-
Catholic
he
St.Jary's parable and argument explains -
Dr. and,Mrs. H. Harlan Sears, Jr., ceiving treatment for a back injury *
the impossibility of 'good
Point First 'Church and family. She was accompaniedas suffered in a recent fall. Mrs.
producing evil; and he also scientifically -
Baptist Church demonstrates this great far as Montgomery Ala., by Elliott moved recently from Lako

; Father Francis Fennech,' Pastor Mrs. C JJ Stuart, who is the guest Worth to 1519 South'Olive, West
fact, proving by what are wrongly
.iJ. Sunday Mass =.11:30 a. nit there of her son-in-law and daughter Palm Beach, where she is now
sin
'called miracles that sickness
Elder R.E.Barfield t Confessions before Mass. I Mr. and JMrs. Jordan Walker, making her home while employedin
and death are bellefs--illusive errors '
.' SUNDAY: and family. They plan to return to the office of the Sunshine State
; -which he could and did destroy -
. 10:00 a.m..Sunday School I Canal Point the first of the week. Parkway in West Palm Beach.

' 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship Patterson Circle, I m

" 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. Meeting Oct. 17 I Carmen Salvatore, m, and Ben- Mr.and Mrs.Wendell Harris and

! 8:00 p. m.-Evening I Worship Mrs. Joe ThompsonNew [ nie Baxter Pahokee High School daughters spent the weekend visit-

1 WEDNDESDAY: Circle Ca- i 1960 graduates, and Lavone :Mil!- ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.'J.
The lone Patterson ,
._7:30 p..m.-Midweek Prayer nal Point Baptist WMS, has post- President WMUMrs. gan, who recently joined the U. S, Clause, at Lake Kerr and her broth

Service Air Force,will take their final physical er-in-law and sister, :Mr. and Mrs
poned its October meeting, orig
\ 2nd' and 4th TUESDAYS: finally scheduled for Oct. 10, until Joe Thompson was elected examinations at :Miami Sunday Harris Folds, and family, at San-
7:30 p. .-Ladles Auxiliary new president of the Woman's Missionary before
Oct. 17 when it will meet at the : levaing for basic train ford. :Mr. Harris remained there on
Meeting ; Union of the Pahokee First business.
.. home ,of ,:Mrs. M. C. Carter at 3 ing.
Baptist Church at the October '
p. m. The change was made because I
at church'Monday. -- -- -
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St. Peter's' Lutheran ,of the revival. at the church,
officers
Other chosen for the

Church, Belle Glade Oct. 916. coming year were :Mrs. C. L. Shirley
Pahokee Girl Scout Troop 38,
Sr., first vice president; Mrs. NOW OPEN
at the Johnson Clinic, held a party
August Koerber, Pastor M. M. Andrew, secretary; :Mrs. J.
for one of its members, Jan Plumer -
.601 W. Lake Rd.,.Belle Glade C. Mock treasurer; :Mrs. C. R.;
who was celebrating her. 14th
/ SUNDAY: A 'Wetherington, program chairman;, for Bowling -
birthday anniversary. guest was.Jan's
Divine Services 11 ATM. Mrs. F. G. Gillis* community missions '
mother, Mrs. W. S. Plunder,
School 9.45 A.M. ,: : ; :Mrs. M. P. Stanley steward-
who is chairman of the Girl Scout But you'll have to excuse our parkingarea.
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ship; Mrs. Adaline Wroten, litera-
Association.At .
II Cypress Neighborhood
Holy Nativity ture; Mrs. Lester Hand, social; .
the business session Mrs. E. C.
:Mrs. J. P., Herring, sunshine f Mrs:
Episcopal ChurchPahokee Johnson, troop leader, asked the I Marvin Crady, children's home; 'Due to inclement weather, we've

I three patrols to 'outline activity f Mrs. Milton Douglas Junior Girls been unable to pave.
plans for the coming year. The
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Auxiliary director; :Mrs. C. Williams

M. WendeU'u InUD. Vicar Girl troop Scout will Council be represented meeting.in at West'the Young Women's Auxiliary Watch For Our,Big, Grand Opening

-. SUNDAY: director; Mrs. Price Burdeshaw,
Palm Beach Monday afternoon,
10 a. m. Sunday School Sunbeam Band: director; Mrs.David
Oct. 10, by Heather, Reed and Jan
11 a. m. Worship'Service: Unwin,JGA counselor; Mrs. Glades BOWLING Lanes16LANES
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Plumer, acording to Elaine Salvatore Esther'Batchelor,Intermediate GA

\ troop reporter.
', First Baptist ,counselor;, Mrs. C. L. Shirley, Jr.,
YWA leader. :Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson RESTAURANT NOW OPEN

;: Church, Pahokee, Mrs. Johnson Gives' Jr., gave the report of the nominat- Highway 80, south-on the Bend-Belle Glade

Y' ing committee.Mrs. .

SUNDAY SERVICES: Program 'For WSCSA : E.Brf Gamble, retiring pres-
I' 9:45 a. m'.-=Sunday School
: ident, presented the program;
11:00. a. m.- Corning Worship= program" on"Christian Citizen ""Message God's Son." Others

,i 6:45 p.m. Training Union' Eh p"'wpS presented by:Mrs. W. E.I'taking part were Mrs. Horace,

8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship Johnson at:the October meeting cf win, Mrs. Wiley Tillis and un-j

WEDNESDAY, :, the Canal Pont Methodist WO U- P. Herring. I

8:00 p. m.-jPrayer..- Meeting.' an's Society of"Christian Service I Mrs. F. G. Gillis, community 1

held at the Sunday school bidding missions chairman, requested ail

,'. Church Of God, Tuesday night with Mrs. ,W. i:. members to bring'canned 'foods at 1

, .f Barf ield,Highway Blackwell president, presiding.Mrs. the next circle meetings in order to I
James Miller assisted with replenish the WMU Food Bank.

the and acted as hostess.A su -'-
program
9:45 A. M. Sunday School
11:00 A. M.-Morning Worship report on the WSCS fall semi- Sheriff Aux Will OWNED AND OPERATED BY MORE THAN I

7:00.:. P. M.-L. W. W. B. (Parsonage nars held recently at' Fort Lauderdale 120 FLORIDA ,CATTLEMEN i
I Hold October MeetThe
) and Fort Pierce was given by
Mrs. Pope Sears district"secretary WE WORK FOR THE BEST MARKET INTERESTS OF
. 7:30 P. ,M.-Evening Worship
:' : '. 7:30 P.M.Tuesday-Prayer Meeting of children's work. Plans were newly organized Woman's CONSIGNORS AT ALL TIMES I

made to observe a week.of prayer Auxiliary of the Palm Beach County -

/* '7:30 P. M. Friday Children's'S I and self denial-in the near_f ture, ,Sheriffs Department will hold WE ADVERTISE FOR COMPETITIVE BUYER PARTICIPATION -
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J< AND MAINTAIN OPEN CO3LMSUT1VE: :
) Church dates' to be announced later oy its October dinner meeting at the

,<' 7:30 P.M. Friday-Y.P. E. I Mrs. Blackwll., 'Pahokee Woman's Club Monday at MARKETVHERE ALL BUYERS BUY WITH

S -S -. ,- 8,p. m. Mrs.. P. T. Wells of West CONFIDENCE
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'P: -" S DEACONS ELECT- BIRTHDAV'PAKTY .. Palm Beach president will pre-

f", '. The Deacons of, the Canal Point Mrs. F. -H. Poteete entertained ,side. Mrs. Lee.Wroten of Pahokee, Glades Livestock Market Ass'nON

.:' ,Baptist Church in their Monthly at her home with a,party honoringher first'vice president, is in charge of

,; ' October 3. elected Russell Maxson birthday na versarY. Contest Sheriff Frank O'Conhell of Canal
Deacons awarded torEdna-Coop- Point; assisted by Glades memberswill 'PHONE'WY,6-9668 GEORGE YOUNG, MANAGER
:,1 to be the Chairman of the prizes were
and Hank Tucker., The hostess$ be dinner guests.'Sheriff.John
,for this year.J. H. Bordeaux was er I
; ", chosen, as VicerChainnan: and A. was assisted 'with the serving of Kirk will head the motorcade of SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.fie .

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Storm Emergencycontinued -: 1 i Halloween Plans I obtain through the successful com- getting the results we should from 'WEATHERAt ;
; pletion of his or her work. this vast expenditure of the tax- t
Mrs. Leonard Manson and Mrs. payers' money.Congressman Rog- IT. S. Sugar Plant Field I
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division headquarters ot the company to purchase a 25-cup coffee urn for Wv C.Young were hostesses duringthe ers said. Station at Canal Point.
, where R. D. (Dick) Hill is the school cafeteria. I serving of refreshments follow- ,Manning I. Keen, past president Date Temp. Rainfall
division manager, there were also Mrs. Floyd Erickson, member- ing the program....... of the Pahokee Lions Club, was in max. min. Inches
kind thoughts on the part of Mr. ship chairman, reported paid-up I charge of program arrangementsand September 28 89 70 ,03
Ii' Hill and other officials for the memberships to date total 81. Paul Rogers Tells. : introduced. Mr..Rardin. September 29 90 71 1.05
<. splendid work done by'the boys in A.R.Harrington, program chair- --VFOUR -- J September 89 73 .00
the Glades. A sympathetic group in man, distributed the PTA year- (continued from page i) CIRCLES MEET October 1 91 7099''
'.. the Division office, in close contact books which,were prepared for the cane growers in Florida and his -' October 2 91 70 : .99
with the Glades, and especially 'membership by Mrs. Susan Wilson preliminary efforts to get this The four circles of the Pahokee I[ October 2 90 69 .53
, during a blow, always show a bit of and James Threlkeld" II quota raised in Congress.In Baptist Woman's Missionary Un- October 3 89 73 .00
;" pleasure when remarking ,about Guest speakers :were John Caus- speaking of the foreign aid ion win conduct their October October 4 86 70' .00
. the manner in which service is re- ye and Miss Miriam LaPinto from program, the United States has meetings at homes at members Normal Sept. rainfall 8.24.
,: stbre<,1,J following a hurricane' in the the office ,of the County Agricul- spent around 80 billion dollars in Tuesday: theBetty Mills Circle at Sept. 1960 rainfall 12.89.
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Glades'area. tural Agent,. West Palm, Beach foreign aid since ,the programwas the home-of Mrs. C. R. Wetherington Normal Oct. rainfall 5.04.
. who spoke on 4-H' Club work for started in the days of the,Marshall 9:30 a. m.; the Grace Jerni- Oct. 1960 rainfall .to date 1.52. ,
: ;.' Mrs. W. 'M. DuBose visited'her both boys and girls stressing ,the Plan, increasing the person- gan, at the home of Mrs. Frank '.
husband at Jacksonville over the 'need of parents: to cooperate with nal for the'distribution' of this aid .Thompson,8 p.m.; the Faye Taylor Enroll-in Alice Bell's Charm &n3:
*>.* "" weekend and attended:,with him their children and the club leadersin from 750 employes at the start to Circle at the:home of'Mrs. ,Lester Fashion School sponsored by Xi
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