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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: February 3, 1961
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00059
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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; February 3, 1961 PI/BUSHED 'WEEKLY IN CANAL. POINT, BY PAUL, RARDIN

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Law New Hi Winter-Concert, By Pahokee Belle Glade Hospital Boards 1



o I Chief Miss Susan Storey, a Pahokee High BandThe Join In Effort To Build New.150.Room I


". Steps to, University Toulis,of gr Miami. 45-piece*' Pahokee High Hospital Half Way Between Towns

and city of Memphis, School Band, under the direction of ,
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appointive, ., have joined the Bandmaster Robert O.Lampi, will :
} they now are High School to present the first" of the winter Beauty Parlor Now I The future holds a new, modern

M City Council caused by recent of public concerts in the high Open In Canal Point and up-to-date hospital for the

,' session ,Mon Miss Storey is the new school auditorium Sunday, Feb. ,5, .. t Lake Okeechobee Region if plans
torney Ralph replacing :Mrs. Ann at 3:30 p. jn. There will be no ad [ announced by the Pahokee and
"Glamor by Grace is the name Belle Glade hospital, boards materialize -,
orized to o. after serving as mission charge.
for such a PHS for eight years PROGRAM of the;beauty parlor now open and.I in"which they hope to build ,

sage by the her husband for Cougar Conquest ____,__.. Yodsr ready for business In the Rardin such a facility half way between ", "
Other City they will make Runestone Overture __ Yoder Building in Canal Point. The shop Pahokee'and Belle Glade on Bacom
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son was Toulis is the new Stella Polaris ._.._ Koepke recently purchased from Miss Mary Point Road which is' officially
Ellen Sims, by Mrs. Grace Waldronhas 715. 1
to State education for BandRumbalita known as State Road I

.provide for a Mrs. Rita Sims ; ....._...__----:.-.._. YodefHoliday I been completely renovated awl' The proposed plan calls for consolidation -' I
redecorated. Mrs. Waldron is an experienced of the Northwestern' \
and a a leave of for Trombones Rose
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ployes, new Joshua _..._.._.._..*---_. ___ Yoder operator and extends a Palm Beach County Hospital Dis.
cordial invitation to those seeking I trict operating'the Everglades Me
of search Band ,
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for city Joint Prayer Men Of Music March __-, King- expert beauty care to pay her shop morial in Pahokee, and the South
a visit in Canal Point. '
Beach Hospital
western Palm. County
Walters
suit' arrests .
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limits. Das Pensionat Von District operating Belle Glade ,
Canal Pt. Suppe-Lake
Upon National Fencibles ,...-___.., Sousa Tag Sales Lagging Memorial Hospital into a new district l
City Planning Band to be known as the Western.

to prepare a Members of the Mounty Healthy .---*_. Gus Beans Palm Beach County Hospital'Dis

S lifying rules and Baptist Stupendo ._.._..__._._.__. Brahmstedt! Line Forms To RiteOn trict. l

the, a series of Trombone Solo _'....., Robert Lampi The board of directors of the new
ions. The ; on Thursday Chimes of Iron Mountain -. Fillmore district will be made up ,of 14 directors '

\ new next several weeks, Chimes Solo _.... Brenda AldermanBattle Saturday, at the end of four: with four coming from the
within the : p. m. The first Hymn of the i weeks of 1961 motor vehicle license j I City of Pahokee and three outside "
ordinance Methodist. Church RepublicWalters tag sales, 2,532 tags had been issued j of the city in the area between the

I I Monte Vista at the County's Glades Office Martin county line 'and Hooker .
these Overture
.ing d the second will be Frangkiser
the March-... Building compared 2,664.for the Highway. There would be four .If! ,
housing Church next week Queen City e.wBoorn *'
{ "-"-, "*, --'-' same 'period" last year accordingto rectors front the City of BelleGIau"e( ;,
,, A: letter meetings alternating The Star Spangled ,
eri dub .twO"- churches while I Banner ...... Fillmore ArrangementBand Mrs. Edwina C. Young managerof and three'coming from the area
the Glades office of the Countytax between Hooker Highway and the
noisy trucks I in progress. .
in the city These meetings are. -- collector. Hendry x County Line.
Because of the cooperation of Directors of the two present districts -
v was trol for referred revival periods that in is to Star Installs Mrs. some farmers, who have purchasedtags have held several meetings

for fleet of trucks and have far to ask fora
the hit their early gone so as
Prior to < the Methodist
conducted a E. R.' Overly of I more money has been collected thIs feasibility survey in order that 1 1I
Ruth 'Meredith
: ed change in March 12, an / year to date than for the same, I the full and complete plan may be I Ii

tions which scheduled, for period a year ago, but approximately -'i placed before' the freeholders in a t tI
two-thirds of the tags that must referendum vote. A law will,neces- j
minimum April 9-16, Mrs. Ruth V. Meredith was Installed I
k of Lake be purchased by owners of motor sarilly have to be passed in the up
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tages as Bryan new worthy matron and
vehicles in the Glades area have,I coming session, of the state legis- 1
by. Since Dewey Hughes, worthy patron, of j
1 A... __ yet to be issued, and it is urgent lature authorizing consolidation of J I
test an Pahokee Chapter 184, Order of that the sale of tags be speeded up the new district to cover the area '
first reading.I'n Glades l'P'9.Eastern Star, at the annual instal- I I I
immediately if long lines of apppli- now served by the Pahokee anj.:
proposed lation of chapter officers_held jn. I I -
Service Is Just cants,,and tiresome waiting periodsare Belle Glade institutions.
the Masonic Hall, with Malcolm
to be avoided as the end of the Tentative figures furnished bya
----- Millar officer. I
acting as I
Painting installing time limit for the purchase of the bonding concern in.West. Palm
The Glades Other elective officers inducted
1961 tags approaches, Mrs. Young Beach have; shown. that. the new
Pahokee is all that were Mrs. Florrie Nix, associate '
Sorority said. facility could be constructed to service -
I when it comes matron; Homer Barnes, associate .. the entire Lake Okeechobee '
\ the word "service." patron; Mrs. Jennie McKinstry,
Mrs. : farming region with actual tax as-
Dobrow have secretary; Mrs. Bernice Sheppard Heart Treatment -
'"Learning sessment being increased very little
into one of the treasurer; Mrs. Adeline Wroten
Painting" as Program DiscussedA if any at all. Size of the hospital
services in the Lake conductress; Mrs. Eunice Hughes, I ,
subject at the amount of federal aid to be
Region and are associate conductress; and Harlan I
cron Chapter. the treat- received and cost of modern' up-
I. render a little free Sears, sentinel. special course for
of Fine Arts to-date equipment will control the
; lp along with their Appointive officers instaUed'included ment of heart attack victims entitled -
l :Mable; Lutz. services. When Mrs. Ruth Carpenter, chaplain "Care of the Cardiac at the amount of,money needed to construct '
; "Learning the hospital and furnish it to '
comes, up ; Mrs. Jessie Barnes marshal;; Scene of an.Accident, was held at ...
for
; in all we care every need of Glad folks
the Pahokee City Hall Tuesday
:_ income tax form Mrs-Grace Graham organist; Mrs .
,I first impo ed Mr. and Mrs Marion Maxson Adah; Mrs. Veima night at 8 p. m., under the spon- r ".

ct'. ::1 t, ,sensation ton. "Color ys been_ able to I I HallRuth; Mrs. Angelea Sears, sorship of The Heart Association of. Blue Devil Squad -
%' by furnishing the Esther; Mrs. Vergie McCall, Mar- Palm Beach and Martin Counties.The
alike to it,
--- course was prepared espec-
tha; Mrs. Annette McCurdy, Electa :
ing steps were in Lawrence E. ; and Mrs. Buna Rodgers, warder. ially for members of the Florida In 2 Home Games ,
painting Assisting Mr. Millar with,then- Highway Patrol and other police
finished oil Speaks To .stallation were Mrs. Eva Snyderof officers and firemen. The showingof

':During a South Bay, installing marshall; picture slides with commentarywas ., The Pahokee High Blue Devil

J it was voted' Lawrence. E. Will Mrs. Edna Barrett of Canal Point, followed by a question and basketball team will play two./

semi-annual 'Qkeechobee Hurricane installing chaplain, and Mrs. Stel- answer period. Dr. F. H. Poteete games on the home court this week,
day, May 7th Hoover Dike" and la Perkel of, Clewiston installing and Dr. Lester Hattori Pahokee meeting St. Ann's o>i West 'Palm

short :Days", books relating secretary.The physicians assisted in the presentation Beach this Friday night and Jupiter
Founder's of the course. tomorrow Next week the .
neer days of the Lake new officers will preside for : night.
ther .
plans area was guest the first time at the meeting on Blue Devils will be'on the road,

made at a Tuesday luncheon Thursday night, Feb. 9. J. G. Weeks Chairman traveling to Riviera Beach on Tues
After the .
m to Clewiston
Pahokee Lions Club. /" f day night and .... on
ments
". assisted were by gram Introduced chairman by D.the B. March. 3 Is Rotary I Of Lions ProgramsJ. Friday Coach night.Bill Howard's men lost all.

'the viewed the ,early- days Ladies ProgramLadies .G. Weeks was named new program three of the games they played .
son, Miss .
Shore of Lake chairman of the Canal Point during the past week. On Thursday

Mrs.Edna beginning of the town Night for Pahokee Rotary Lions Club by President P.A. Slon- night they were defeated by Sea- ,

President B. R. :Mosley: club will be held at the Elks Club- aker at the weekly dinner meet- crest, 73-40; on Friday night Ly
I Carpenter ------+- rooms on Friday Night, March 3r ing. Plans were made*f or a father- Naples 66-25; and on Tuesday

Mrs..- ..HattonMrs. Mrs. Hilda according ,to an announcement by and-son banquet to be held in the night of this week by Forest Hill.I'
resident of Cuba is Hank Aldridge, President of the Community Building at the. Glades 48-35.
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-: classes of club. Park Monday evening, Feb 7, with ,
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,ters,. Faye; for adults and cl sons of members and other boys of I Mrs. Bob Harris and children of;

weekend at advanced students and MrT and Mrs. Frock Baxter visit- the community to attend as guests.Mr. West Palm Beach,visited her,parents ,

Kerr where Classes are being held ed her brother Carl Thompson, Weeks will be in charge of program Mr. and Mrs D. L. Hooks, ftk ,!

j 'parents- .-Mr. ; Lake Hotel in West Palm Beach Sunday. arrangements. Canal Point over the weekend.r '


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_. ., SALUTE TO FLORIDA .. '
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I : -- 4.,:' t A colorful feature of the Tampa State Fair, la3'g& ., \
est annual winter exposition in the nation Gaspar- I
illa '"Pirate Invasion," based on the history of "
I The Rardin Building In % Tampa Bay as a rendezvous for pirates, of which I
I $5'I I Jose Gasparilla is the most celebrated. .. t
THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE \ Tampa is the county seat of Hillsborough County .'
formed in 1834 and now one of the South's most .
industrialized areas, with excellent trade and trans
H. THE .portation facilities: .
1 Beer, too, figures largely Florida's history : .' ,
,. Serving the Lake Okeechobee !; and in its economy facts being emphasizedsignificantly .; ..
by the United Brewers Founda Ss
States
Interruption Every Week for .{ tioa. exhibit! at the Tampa Fair. -
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Established March 11, 19"24 ':... S S.F.IORIDA'S ,
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.- In Canal Point, Florida as LIGHT BRIGHT CD: Z UNITED STATES BREWERS FOUNDATION 1
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/ Paul Rardin -, !l BEVERAGE OF r I! FLORIDA DIVISION 203 N. MAIN STREE(' r J
MODERATION <<<>.f tin Qe ORLANDO, FLORIDA / -- I E 'I .,
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Tommie Faye Miller I

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and Mrs. Thomas L. Miller of
Pahokee announce the engagementand II again I

approaching marriage of their ,
daughter, Tommie Faye to James I I best
/ ,Theran Rogers son of Mr. and Mr3. Pirate A I
r L. E. Rogers of Stuart. 'I'l antry
The bride-elect is a graduate of I ary 13.The
Pahokee High; School Class ,of I 5 Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade I
1960. Mr. nis i iI
Rogers following I :
1 graduation' .from, Stuart. High I the I SALES and SERVICE .
School in 1955 served for three teur .
years as a paratrooper in the U. S. j
Air
Heating '<- Conditioning Appliances
Army: are i I I
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March wedding.IN is a $ i I1Mll yny ..Y I I1Mll i V..1: ,,1M'i : ;JY WJ I il. IW: ..Y IW '. I, iIW i.Mli"-W: liIN{j".Y"I 40.
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THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE I III
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF i
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR PALM BEACII .
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IN CIIANCERY NO. 61-C-131C merce II '
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PEARL BARNES. : I I ; ; I. I ,.1"o' S
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HERMAN EARNES, ; "
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You are Tree.hereby Arkansas notified that Pearl 14 Glade."I. \ r;;', ', ;: i .....- : A,. -- .
Barnes has filed a Bill of Complaint for the. "
divorce against you and you are required Plant I .. ,,., .
to serve a copy of your answer to the "
complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney.Thad'd els ':;: \,." \ .
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Whldden P. O. Box 705 Pahokee. pose' ''' _
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Florida. and file the original answer in
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Full I
Court of Palm Beach County. Florida are /
on or before the 27th day of February.
1961; If you fail so to do;Judgment by S .
default will be taken against you for 1 .
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the relief demanded In the complaint. : : ; .
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Dated January'26. 1961.J. :5 iS i
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ALEX ARNETTE :
Clerk of Circuit Court S
(Circuit Court Seal) To f .
By, ThaddieP. Plant. I .. .
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Publish: Jan. 27. Feb. 3pO'l'l, 1961.
.. Thadd Attorney Whidden for PlaintiffP. be a I .
O Box 705 it is
Pahokee Florida far

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so* of Miami visited his grandparents a business college In Orlando, Beach spent Monday and Tuesdayas
I PERSONAL NEWS NOTES I -in Pahokee over the weekend. spent the week end with her parents a guest of her parents, Mr. and I
I Mrs. Emil Gretsky has returnedto Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Bracewell. Mrs. Earl Maxson in Canal Point.

,:. her home in Daytona.Beach I
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Ala., Is the guest here of her dau- a guest over the weekend their in Pahokee.
ghters, Mrs. Lera Richardson and daughter, Miss Patsy Mims of Or- Wayne C. Browning who recently I
Mrs. Leonard Dobrow and family. lando. enlisted in the U. S. Air Force :
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. H. C.'Graham had is taking his basic training at he Beauty Parlor Open I IThe

have as a guest her brother, Stew- as recent guests Major and Mrs. ,, Lackland- AFB San Antonio .
art Staples of Long,Island; N. Y. James Naughten of Miami Texas.
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Jack .Phillips former /Pahokee Mr: and ,Mrs. Arch Blakey visited ,......Mrs. Lou Bombard and daughter, -
resident now liVing.at Fairfax S. Mrs. F'ern Frank and.her mother Lisa, have returned- to their home IN CANAL POINT
r C.visited his wife's parents, Dr. 'Mrs. Marty Carstens, in West ; in Miami after visiting her parents :
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while Palm Beach Sunday. Mr. and Mrs."James Miller in Canal '
and Mrs.' L. W. Armstrong I shop formerly operated by Miss Mary Ellen Sinis
here on business. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Parnell planto Point.
Mrs. Elsie Miller and daughter, visit her mother, Mrs. D. H. I Mrs. W. O. Strickland returned is now,open and ready for business under the ownership -

Lynn, of New Boston, Mass., are Sherman, at Winter Haven Sunday. 1 I to her home in 9lennville. Ga., of Mrs Grace Waldron. I
house guests this week of her uncle Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Guthrie had as Sunday after spending five weeks
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B.. guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Roy with her daughter Mrs. Paul Rar-
Tomlin and his mother, Mrs. B. The shop has been completely redecorated and has. .
l Ramey. While here they will also i. din and Mr. Rardin.
J'' visit her uncle and aunt, Mr. awl Tomlin of Okeechobee. / Mrs. Doyle Branyon has returned an inviting atmosphere for those seeking beauty.care. 11
I Mrs. P. B. Williamson and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Anderson at- to her home in Melbourne after

Llzzi, /'Kirkey. tended the annual party of the being the guest of her parents {r.
Mrs.. L. Reeves will leave this Danish Society held at Riviera. and Mrs. Walter Cross in Canal PHONE 7633
weekend for 'visit with her S nand Beach Saturday night. Point. x ;; I
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1 Albert Graves, and family at Au- Humble have joined Mr.Vood at of Orlando accompanied by Mike'sfriend ," "GLAMOR BY -GRACE" ,
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gusta, Ga.Wayne .Tavernier where they are now Jim, visited her brotherinlaw 1
Umvin Kenneth McIntosh making their home.. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Milton MRS. GRACE WALDRON Prop.
Rupert Mock, Jr., tJyndy
Hatton, Sr., Douglas and'brother and sister-in-
Mr. and Mrs. Joe .
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Friend, Judith _Platt and Edwin
are spending a month visiting In law Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Andrews,
Humphrey returned Tuesday to
Tuscon Arizona and other pointsin and families. hire over the week-
Tallahassee to resume their studiesat I
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TB Group Thanks "WHAT IS THE \VORnt"| \. -
L The program topic, "What is the

Many, Many WorkersThe Word?", will be presented* by Mrs. I
W. K. Buchanan the February
Palm Beach County Tuber meeting of the Canal Point Metho- J

culosis andf Health Association dist WSCS at the church Tuesdayat
i 4 Y tit S Board of Directors, at a meeting 8 p. m. Mrs. W. E. Blackwell,

"J I II Thursday at the Association office, president, will preside and :Mrs. !
unanimously adopted a Resolution Earl Maxson will be hostess.Classified I
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represent; to the over 20,000 con-
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tributors to the Christmas Seal

,The Pahokee Church The Church Of God Canal Point Campaign; and to all newspapers .
I radio and television stations '
for
i Of Tile Nazarene Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Baptist ChurchRev. outstanding news coverage and use Jeeps.SALE Walter: New Ashley's and used GarageIn Willys

i of educational materials throughout Belle Glade Phone 3058.
Charles D. Stewart Pastor ,
71 Bacom Point Road Point Road SUNDAY: the year, according. to Doyle Oct. 17-54-ch.
Charles F. Crauswell Pastor John H. JCinard, pastor 9:45 School Rogers, president.
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 10:00 a. .-Sunday School I 1100 a. m.-Sunday Worship The Board approved $800.00 for ,WAITRESS WANTED: Neat At-
a. m.-Morning
SUNDAY SERVICES: 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service 6:30 m.-Training Union. the Migrant Survey for Tuberculosis tractive, over 21. Good salary.
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9:45 a. m.Sunday School. 7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service and Venereal Disease, being See Ralph Tillman at the Tiny
Worship
7:30 p. m.-Evening
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B, WEDNESDAY: conducted by ,the County Health Diner. ltJ27pd:
6:30: p. m.-.Juniors. l\r.-B. Department and $100.00 for the
8:00: p. m. Thursday-W. 7r30 Meeting. ;
m.-Pray
7:00 -Sunaay p. SUBSCRIPTIONS are due if your
m. Evening
p. Everyone! welcome. Special music -- -- prayer room of the Southeast
Evangelistic Service. and sineine1.. I ida Tuberculosis Hospital in Flor-I I I name label shows you to be fi\

WEDNESDAY: .. ., Christian Science tana. arrear on. payment. Send along
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer that ,$2.00 payment now and we
Of Canal Point The board was advised that over
meeting. (The Methodist Church Group I 40,000 educational items had beei will continue to send you this great
'\}'here you are a stranger but palladium of the family fireside.
Canal Point Florida (given free upon request to teachers
Why spiritualization of thought
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1 i is necessary to individual growth for use in the county and parochial I I Fla. .
Robert A.. Shelley, Pastor and happiness will be brought out I schools. They reviewed the I. .
First Methodist SUNDAY: at Christian 'Science church services current budget and found that operations SPARE ROOMS for Vent? If you

Church Pahokee 10:00: a. m.-Church, School ,Sunday -I for 1960-61 will remain have one, get in touch with this

11:00 a. m. Morning Worship I Introducing the Lesson-Sermcn I within budgetary allotments. newspaper and insert a $1 classified !-
6:30, p. m.-Youth Fellowship entitled "Spirit" is the Golden Text Free chest x-rays will be avail- ad.*'It will get results. All ads
Rev.,T. C. O'Steen 7:30 -Evening Worship able at the Health Fair and volun-
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p. from Joh'n (4:24): "God is a Spirit I payable in advance.The Everglades
I SUNDAY: MONDAY: and they that worship' him must teers have been recruited for reg- t News, Canal Point Fla.
9:45 a. m.-Church School 3:15 m.-Youth Choir practice istering, and the
p. worship him in spirit and in ruth. attending association I
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship APARTMENTS are needed by
TUESDAY: Selections to be read from "Sci- exhibit .it was announced.Mrs. .
6:45 p. m.-MYF 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society1st ence and Health with Key' to the J. Edwin Obert, Village of many folks coming into this area

7:45 p. .-Evening J Worship'TUESDAY Tuesday2nd Scriptures" by Mary Baker. Eddy North Palm Beach, was elected to earn a living. Do, you have one
: for rent? Tell them and the world
MONDAY Representative Director
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include (485:14-17):'Emerge gent- on
7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac through a $1 classified ad in these
7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting .ly from ,matter into Spirit. Think board of the Florida Tuberculosisand
ticeWEDNESDAY columns. Send along a descriptionof
Health Assoction.WSCS .
WEDNESDAY : not to thwart the spiritual ultimateof
:, .. the apartment and a $1 bill and
7:30p.m.-Prayer Meeting -
all things, but come naturallyinto
7:45 m.-Mid-week devotions .. .
p. we'll do' the rest. The EvergladesNews
Spirit through better health STUDY BOOK
8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac- Canal Point, Fla.
ticeCanal St. Mary's Catholic and morals and as the result of The first of a series of classes to .

ChurchFather spiritual growth." study' William R. Hogg's book,I I ,
-- "Into All the World Together" will

Point First Miss Carol"K. Gates To .I be held by the Canal Point Metho' Gracious 'Living
Francis Fennech, Pastor dist Woman's' Society'of Christian .
Baptist Church Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m. .v Wed Wayne Elliott IY I Service Sunday at 3.p. m. Mrs. W. In this S bedroom, 2 bath home ,

Confessions before Mass. E. Johnson, secretary of mission- in Belle Glade. Plenty of room/
Elder R.E.Barfield I
SUNDAY :Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Gates of ary education, will be in charge of. inside and outside, Excellent. location ,

10:00 a.:m.-Sunday School First Baptist South Point Ohio, announce the I the study..-...--. -.--.__- iBILL:
engagement of their daughter,
Worship -
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7:00 p. m.B. T. C. ChurchPahokee Carole Kaye, to Wayne Allen Elliott LOTTIE MOON CIRCLE

8:00 p. .-Evening Worship son of Mrs. B. Elliott of We3t The Lottie Moon Circle will pre- J. BAILEY
SUNDAY SERVICES: Palm Beach and the late'B. Elliott. sent the program at the February JI
WEDNDESDAY 7:30 p.,m.-Midweek: Prayer 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School past speaker the Florida House j i meeting of the Pahokee Baptist I I .Box 216, Phone WY 6-3084
Service 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship of Representatives. j WMU at the church Tuesday at 3 Belle Glade, Florida
1. TUESDAYS' 6:45 p..in.-Training Union Miss Gates is a graduate of Ashland I I p. m. Mrs. Joe Thompson, president -j!I
2nd and 4th :
7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary WEDNESDAY 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship High School in Kentucky and will preside at the business. I I Jan. d,,13, 20, 27WANTED '"
J : attended business college in Columbus l'

Meeting..... 8:00: p. m.-Prayer.. -...,.. Meeting. I Ohio. She is now employed by 'W '
Southern Bell Tel. and Tel Co. in "' +'': : : *:'':--rH.-.4-'+:-'-++

St. Peter's Lutheran Church Of God, Delray Beach.

Church,. Belle",Glade Barfield Highway. hokee Mr. Elliott High School graduated and from pa-I I .l! ;

9:45 A. M.-Sunday School Arkansas A. & M. College,
: August Koerber, Pastor 11:00 A. M. Morning Worship ticello; Ark: He is now employed in !
,, 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade the Palm Beach County Sheriff's I BUYERS FOR BARGAINS
7:00 P. M.-L. W. W. B. (Par-
'j, SUNDAY: sonage) Department. I We, are having a sale on discontinued quality paints. These I
Divine Services 11 AN M. 7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship They plan to be married at Folks- paints ideal for migrant homes, barns,and fences at a'savingsnever

School 9:45: A.'M._ 7:30 P. .ruesday-Prayer Meet- I ton, Ga., on Feb. 4 and after a very before offered. We have over 5,000 gallons in stock with*

4 ing I brief honeymoon will be at their over 30 colors,to chose from Minimum orders 50 gallons. Call :j
7:30 P. M. Fr1day-Children'q home ii\ the Glades Apartments in
Holy Nativity lest for appointment.
,Church Boynton Beach. col'I''I'
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t Mack Crews John Smith and _
, \. M. Wendell Hatnlin. Vicar Horace Scruggs have returned to New Pahokee OfficeMrs. 2--% % : % % : % : : :-% ; : } : : : :+: : H"P.+:--.....-:+'........

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'11 a. ..Worship. Service ing the semester break with their realtor, is located in a new officein f

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:Mr. and :Mrs. C. H. Hitchcock -- South Lake Avenue.Mrs. Hunt had

I I had as guest the past week their Mrs. J. K. Royeton of:Fort Pierceis operated from the Cross Hotel '

son, Ronnie Hitchcock, a cadet at visiting her sister, Mrs. Loweryin building since coming to Pahokee Air Travel Is Fast :
i < 'The Citadel. Canal Point this week. three years ago. In her new loca-

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fjffWryWiTWffW? an even better service than here- .
r 'VgTyyT I IJ rentals.tofore. She handles real estate.,an J


i Located in 'the same building 7-T-1 I

I will be Mrs. Hunt's two sons, Jack I
and Bob, with their agency for .

I lIT/U'I/lll' CEOTIFIEDI' factory kitchen built.cabinets custom made or

They had years of experience 'n
the cabinet business in Miami be-
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OWNED :AND OPERATED BY MORE THAN
t ti I their
,. 120 FLORIDA CATTLEMEN features Is a formica covered
J cabinet which has drawn a lot' of

I 1 ; WE WORK FOR THE BEST MARKET INTERESTS OF 1 favorable attention They will give

I CONSIGNORS AT ALL TDIES- their personal attentior} to installa-
I tion of any and all cabinets sold by
' 'I' 'WE ADVERTISE FOR COMPETITIVE. BUYER PARTICIPATION them:

, AND MAINTAIN OPEN COMPETITIVE The Hunt brothers also do draft-

. ; MARKET-WHERE; ALL BUYERS BUY WITH I Ing and at present are quite busyon .. FLY WITHZIMMERMAN
; CONFIDENCE drafting and blue printing sev-
eral jobs in the area. They will be I '
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! I ; Livestock Market Ass'n'I I,MARY MARTHA CIRCLE BELLE GLADE PAHOKEE
j Glades The Mary Martha Circle will present "
,the program at the February Office Hours Other Day or Nite

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Great Masterpiece.Seen Baptist J WomenHostess l 527 Farms In County Unemployment Pay
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By IndiansLAKE To GroupThe According To Survey, Up In December

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WALES Semnole In- Pahokee Baptist Woman's The 1959 Census of ,Agriculture TALLAHASSEE Unemployment -

dians invaded the Great Master- :Missionary Union will be host at a counted [527 farms in Palm Beach insurance payments to eligi-

I: It Mr., and :Mrs. Gary Sammons piece tourist attraction last week. WMU meeting of the Palm-Lake County, ,accordinig to a prelimi- ble jobless workers took a contra-

r (Marcia Jean Guthrie) of Tallahassee The ,attack was friendly, though. Association at the First Baptist nary report just issued by the Bureau seasonal increase in December

i announce the birth of a son, as the Indians sought only to erecta Church Wednesday, starting 10a. of the Census U. S. Depart- climbing.$ QS.m to total $3,017.,

Craig Alton, at a hospital there monument: on the land of their m.Mrs. ment of Commerce. Total land in 359, reports State Industrial Com-

I Jan. 29. :Mrs. Sammons is'I. form- f01 ef ath-*?. Joe Thompson, president of farms was 372,408 acres. The average mission Chairman Worley Brown.

I er Pahokee resident. Mr. and Mrs. Sent from the Dania Reservation, the Pahokee WMU will preside size of' farm was 706.7 acres. Brown said payments showed Increases -

I I. S. Guthrie of Pahokee are he the Seminoles brought tree limbs an,1 Mrs. Veda Heller of West Palm The average value of farms (land in'25 urban centers and decreases -

maternal great-grandparents. and crude tools to build a "Chic- Beach president of Palm-Lake Association and buildings) in the county was in seven."Payments .

Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Holmes kee". The structure is the type of WMU, will present th3 $189,309., in December went up

\ (Lola Mae' Sweet) of Pahokee an- dwelling in which some Indians still program. On the social committee I Of the county's farm operators, when they usually come down"'

nounce the birth of a 'son, Tony live today. In charge of the luncheon at noon'' 297 owned their farms, 67 owned Brown said. "There was some increase -
I Franklin, at the Everglades Memorial The Great Masterpiece groundswere will be ''Mrs. Lester Hand, chair- part of the land and rented addi- I in unemployment: in construction -

Hospital, Jan. 31. I the last camping site of the man, Mrs. Milton Douglas Mrs. tional acreage,'an'l 107 were tenant I and related manufacturing .
Seminoles before they moved to Edwin Todd and Mrs. Gene Gore. farmers. I industries producing building
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the Everglades. Now visitors to the The average age of farm opera 1 I''products. he said, "to account in .

attraction are reminded of the his PTA FOUNDER'S DAY tors in the county was 49.2 years. part for the increased payments."

Clewiston Inn Is toric area by guides telling of the I A Founder's Day skit will be, pre- 'I There were 63 farm operators 65 The increase was only the second

I Okehed By D. Hines Indian wars,and customs. And the sented: by members of the Canal or more years: of age. time since the end of World WarII
I :1 I reconstructed "Chickee will standas Point Parent-Teacher Association Of the 527 farms in the county that unemployment insurance
i a, monument to the Indians of 455 were commercial farms. payments have risen from November ,
at the in the
Clewiston February meeting
CLEWISTON The
r the past. Detailed statistics on crops, livestock to December. They did the same
school auditorium at'8
I Inn 'has been honored by recogni- =-- Monday p. equipment etc., are presented in 1959.
m. A. R. Harrington in chargeof
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tion in the 1961 edition of the Duncan I. in the preliminary report with Cities in which payments increased -
COLLEGE the program.. Mrs. Joe Cherry, '
; statistics for 1954. were: Miami up $52,962 to
I Hines travel book "Adventuresin comparable
Sears son of Mr. and Jrl:, president, will preside at, the
to
of the county report may $785,956; Tampa up $48,714
Good Eeating." Only about two I Mrs. Pope Sears of anal Point, business. Copies
be obtained for 10 cents each from $31$.787; Jacksonville up $31,998
will leave this weekend to enroll as .
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cent of the restaurants --+ -
per the Bureau of the Census Wash- to $241,181; St. Petersburg up $31.J
member, of the Junior Class at
America have, received the recom- a AT JUNIOR COLLEGEMiss ington 25, D. C. 521 to $148,259; Pensacola, up $23,
the University of Mississippi. ,
mendation. Faith Sasser daughter of 651 to $98,050; Tallahassee' up
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1 1 The Clewiston Inn owned ,and Mr. and :Mrs. ,Paul Sasser, ,has en- TO HONOR SWEETHEARTBeta ",16,749 to $39,996; Panama City,
operatde by the United States I LEE WROTEN IN NEW JOB rolled ip Palm Beach Junior Col- Sigma Phi's sorority(sweet- up $11,974 to $81,789; Daytona

L, Sugar Corporation, is widely known I Lee Wroten has resigned as lege and will begin- her studies at heart of the year will be'honored at Beach up $10,987 to $61,859; Clearwater -

for its "Southern Hospitality." I' deputy of the Palm Beach County the mart of the new semester. Mon- the annual Valentine Ball to be up $10,899 to $66,297; Sara-

Because of the excellent bass fishI' Sheriffs Department after servingin day. .. .... given by'the sorority's city coun- sota, up $9,968? to $34,487; Marian-
Lake Okeechobee and Clew- this! office for two to accept -- -- --- Wal-'
ing in years cil at the Pahokee Elks Club the na, up ,$9,736 to $45,674; Ft.
r iston's proximity to Miami and 'a position with Shirley Brothers Joe Parker of Uncle Sam's Navyin : night of Feb. 11, when she will be ton Beach up $6,489 to $26,417;
I' Palm Beach the Clewiston Inn nas Inc., ,Pahokee concrete pro- Jacksonville was a week end Perry up $4,887 to $14,362; Holly-
crowned of the ball at "I1i<1-
gained particular favor w I t hIi' ducts firm. The resignation was i guest of his parents Mr.. and Mrs. queen wood, up $3,587 to $130,492; Gainesville -
of Ca
Grace Maxson
sportsmen'through .the years. effective as of Jan. 31. j Joe Parker in Canal Point. night. Mrs. up $3271 to $21,671; Palatka -
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nal Point is chairman of the com-
up $2,765 to $27,763; Sanford.
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I up $2,362 to $13,661;Bradenton up

( I forthe ball.Florida. eI $1929 to $32,569; Ft. Lauderdale

\up $1,855 to $108,657; Melbourne,
Industries | up $1,841 to $15,608; Cocoa tip

j 1 $1,778 to $23,911; Key West, up
Published I
Directory $1625 to $15,304; Ocala up $1,53G

to $22,776; Winter Park up $1,421
JACKSONVILLE The first an- to $92,114; and Lake City, up
nual edition of the Directory of $1,267 to $13.491.Payments .

Florida Industries published by were down in the following -
I the Florida State Chamber of Commerce cities: Winter Haven down

is now available. The publi- $73,622 to $43.797Vest Palm

I cation was previously issued every I I Beach down '$19,947 to $97,221;

two years but rapid developmentof Lakeland down $7,718 to $35,480;
; i7..b Qt, } industry in the state necessitated Ft. Pierce down $15,874 to $30,929;

more frequent 'revision of the directory I Leesburg down $4,134 to $17,401;

j \) according to Harold Cole, Belle Glade down $3,926 to $5,237; I
; : { executive head of the State Cham
and Ft. Myers, down $445 to $16-:-

ber.Publication 908.
of the 600-page directory -
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wide survey of established indust- BlueRibbonBeef' ,
I q 4f ries and new plants. Total cost of
IJ production of' book, listing some Parade Tampa Fair

7,000 manufacturing and processing -

J firms has, been estimated TAMPA Blue-ribbon beef cat-
y ls I
some 25000. tle, the result of months of fatten \

a .. 'I Directories may be ordered from ing, grooming and tender care will
State Chamber headquarters in be on parade along with state 4-H

Jacksonville for $6.50 tax paid and Club'and FFA members at the seventh .

c ; I postpaid. annual Florida Fat Stock
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Loan Groups'Shov Florida State Fair in Tampa. .
I Entries from 18"counties have

Savings Increase I been filed and 139 teenage cattlemen

I will participate, Ralph Sumner -

ORLANDO A record increase superintendent. revealed to-

of $63,169,000 hi savings during day. ,

J. December by the 112 savings and ,Only 'steers grading US Good c r
; \ YI loan associations in Florida brought better and weighing 700 pounds or
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institutionsto j are eligible for Show and Sale. \
: / total savings in these lover
; I a new all time high of 2905. The sale part of the Fat Stock '"

632,000 and a savings increase for Show sponsored jointly by the

the year 1960 of $400,314,000, according Greater Tampa Chamber of Com-
to statistics released by the merce and the Florida Cattlemen's '

I Florida Savings and Lean League. Association, will be held at 1 p. roe (

The league office also reportedthat Friday February 10, in the Nathan" :

$635,492,000 in loans were Mayo Judging Arena, Florida State A

f\ closed during 1960 by these thrift Fair.

'- : and home ownership institutions oi Following 'are the Florida 4-H
Hello, Operator. which $253,831,000 went' for the and FFA boys and girls from
"f" construction of 22,583 new homes. Palm Beach County who have entered -
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These associations now have a totalof steers in the Florida Fat

\ !1, Give Me the Moon r $2,637,305,000 in mortgage loanson Stock Show and Sale: Bruce Boyn- .'
; ,. their books with 313,643 mort- ton and Wayne A. Boynton of Pa-

'{::"., .-::' ., ,. ':, gage account holders.At hokee and the Pahokee FFA. -
: the close of 1960 total assestsin .
\.,. Wishing for the moon, and gettin it, too may not be f the savings and loan associations -'. y -
; 'r AT THE HOSPITAL
: in Florida reached an all time highof
t-- :-.. so far away as you'think. Already, transistors invented bj[ *! $3,234,375,000 which ranks Flor- Patients' at the Everglades Memorial -

telephone. scientists,beep vital information from satellites ida as the sixth largest savings and Hospital Wednesday were ., '
Y., Dixon Crews, Mrs. Trudie Mock,
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f' loan state in the nation, being sur-
., orbiting in space. Today, millions enjoy the convenience of Direct.-< Edward Olsen, Harvey Waldron,
.. passed only by California, Ohio,-IllLnbis '
; ; Distance Dialing phones that and record while ;- Paul Watson and L. L. Shirley
'. answer New York and Pennsylvania. 1l
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I ATTEND CONCERT A real treat for horticulturists
.. and "would-be thumbs" alike
,l :' 4''A.', Bandmaster Robert O. Lamp], green ,'
[ ;f !' : ;. of is the International Orchid Show \. I
accompanied by three members
Tomorrow, the moon? Well, you can dream. Research, sew .S<,f the Pahokee High School Band which will? be held at the 1961 6'

.even greater telephone wonders ahead. -T'l: <"' Martha ,Sellers, David Beede and Florida State Fair in Tampa, Feb: '
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I Sandra Lampi, and by Donnell Jar- -- -
riel, attended the concert given by

the University of Florida Band at

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Page Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday,'February 3, 1961

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; Mrs. Ruth Meredith. Curved Bar Awards Miss Carter To Wed ,T J I

Feted By StarMrs. Given To Four Girls Morgan E. TysonPlans


Ruth Meredith-I, new worthy,I Curved Bar Awards, the highest have ,been announced for Frame or Block Homes

matron of Pahokee Chapter, Order I rank ,in Girl Scouting, equivalentto the wedding of Miss Bfenda Janea
r, of Eastern Star, was feted, following -, the Eagle Scout Award in Boy 'Carter, daughter of Mrs. Annie .
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the/installation of OES officers i'Scouting were received by Karen Merle Carter and H. L. Carter, both ON YOUR LOT

in the'Masonic Hall-at,an informal Reed Jann Plumer Julia Johnson of Pahokee, and Morgan Evander .. : .

party at her home. Attending. were [and Roberta Frank, members of Tyson son of Mrs. B. L. Powell of Shell or Finished I ..
Mr. and Mrs./-/ Carl Clawson, Mrs. Pahokee Senior Girl Scout Troop Punta Gorda and Elbert Tyson of '
Evelyn Smith and Wendell Smith, 38, at a Girl Scout Court of Awards Belle Glade. The ceremony will be ,
all of Lake Worth; Mrs.Mabel Lutz held in the social hall of the First held at the Pahokee First Methodist No Money Down '
and Kenneth Lutz, Belle Glade; Methodist Church Monday night. .Church, Feb. 10, at 10:30 a.
. Mrs.David Benne Eau Gallie; Mrs. Promoted to the rank of First m., with the.Rev.'Robert' Shelley of Shell Homes we will furnish inside ma-
Mike Morse,:Minnesota; Mrs. Emil Class Scouts, the second highest i'Canal Point officiating.Miss '
Gretsky, Daytona Beach; Mr. and rank in Girl Scouting were Ethel- Carter's maid of honor will terials if desired or will build completely
Mrs. Loren Meredith and 'Mr. and Ida Johnson, Ellen Jo Denton Pam be her cousin, Miss Sandra Kaye
Mrs. Earl Meredith, all of Pahokee. Boe and Barbara McKinstry. Sen- Swayne, of Clewiston. Ronnie Per- finished block Homes.

ior Scouts receiving five-point pro- kins of Belle Glade will be best _
gram pins were Heather Reed, Re- man. The bride will be given in
f becca Grimes and Sue Brower. marriage by her father. Miss Alice
i Proficiency badges were awarded -. Hurt, organist, will present 'the Ace Home Builders Inc. I '

to Elaine Adams Patsy Crosby, program of nuptial music. Friendsof
For Sale Pam Boe, Paula Duke Diana Graham the couple are invitde. \.
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Hilda Hayes Julia Johnson Call Collect FR 52529
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Sarah Ann Johnson Dottie Lair, ..

1(Bobtail Fountain Barbara McKinstry, Karen Reed Farewell Party For Box 383 Bowling Green, Fla. .
Jann Plumer, Elaine Salvatore,
118' Formica Counter Ethel Ida Johnson and Ellen Jo Mrs. Ann Donehoo, .. .
Denton. JiM'MI' i.\l.U.ViiY. jP..u.I WJMMiMIMIMIM: ; MliMl'AW'MiiiM.' '
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.. Senior Scouts conducted a candle- Okie entertained at,Miss Morgan's
5 Formica Top Tables light service in which Scout vows home with an afternoon coffee and +++ '
and promises were renewed. Mrs. farewell party, honoring Mrs. Ann l )1

20 Chairs Ethel Johnson leader of Troop 38, Donehoo, who recently resigned THEATRE{
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V was presented with a gift by Sue from the Pahokee High School faculty -
118' Back Bar Brower,and-Rebecca Grimes on behalf t after serving as art directorfQr I :'
r of their troop. A friendship eight years and is leaving this PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN

124" Grill & Hood circle was formed for group singing week with her husband for Griffin,
and refreshments were serv d. Ga., where they will make their Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
Scouts from other troops and par- home. Mrs. Kathryn Cunninghamand I --J -
ji A Complete Line of ents were guests.Attorney Mrs. Tommie Lee DuBose as- : 2 BIO FEATURESSUNDAY .
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Equipment To OpenA SUNDAYMONDAYTUESDAYFEBRUARY -MONDAY-TUESDA*, '
WhiddenIn ing of refreshments to the guests,
including women of the facultiesand 5-6-7 FEBRUARY 567"OPERATION
Business Of Your
New LocationAttorney" secretaries of both the Pahokee .
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Own. Elementary and High Schools. '
THE RAT RACE ,
"' Thadd Whidden has ---- PETTICOAT" ;
moved his law offices in Pahokee
LIQUIDATIONSALE into the Jones Building on ,Bacoci Florida State Fair TONY' CURTIC, DEBBIE GARY GRANT TONY CURTIC,

REYNOLDS, JACK OAKIE JOAN O'BRIEN AND .
Point Road in the office suite form- Starts On Tuesday
I AND KAY MEDFORD ARTHUR O'CONNELL
erly occupied by Dr. F. H. Poteete. -

Attorney Whidden has practicedlaw I I' MPA International at
in Pahokee for more than a Day : I I J I I ti i I I : t : : 1 t 1 i 1 t tit It : 1 1 1 1 I 1 I I .., 1 : 1 1 I -IHWW -I I I I Ir )
l1 Pahokee Sundries the Florida State Fair"n Tampa,
quarter of a century and has a wide I I|February 7-18, will have special
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circle of friends who will be greeting for 14 studentsnow
N Pahokee, Florida him in" his new ground floor meaning European : : : : : : I : I : I : : : : : : : : : :w: H-H H-H .-H+r-H+J
in Florida who will be honor j ,.
location. guests of the exposition. !{ r

In keeping with.the fair's general !
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accent on youth, the students will
share the spotlight with the night \
tIt t I Gasparilla Latin. merican parade .-

\, j t on Thursday, February 16, when The Door
I I they will be presented to the fair I II
f 'grandstand audience.They will also :
I get their first view of a traditional To Opportunity! I
American even during a tour of

the fair's many exhibits and .at- ."

I tractions. I ., "
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Plans for the occasion were an-
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nounced by J. C. Huskisson, general .
1 fair manager, and :Mrs. Will
,It's how you"can take ;
surprising
lam C. Schuffman of Tampa, Flor-
ida representative of the American I fI
T I of wonderful
advantage opportunities i
Field Service, which sponsors the I t

.foreign student exchange program. ;
when have cash
..1 The students to be honored include you a
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Ingeborg Leijonflycht, Sweden ''
r reserve. Perhaps a chance to buy ,
---.o..t.:... "I ; Harald Ekeberg Norway; \

I rII GerhIld Flemming Schultze, Denmark; and a home or a car for less with cash. '1 1
Schellauf, Austria; attend-
ing Tampa schools. Ivar Vevang, 1
Perhaps a sound business investment I
Norway; and Kirsten Damgaard,
Denmark; at Sarasota. Kurt W. ,
i realizable only if you have t
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Schwartz, Switzerland; and Anne
Berit Andreasson, Norway at J J"turnaround" 1
r CONCRETE Lakeland. Danielle Geering, Switzerland ; cash.. You feel better, freer, have \\

; at Clearwater. Steiner Lor- ". '
and
room a chance
MASONRY entzen, Norway; at Starke. Anita

I Sv nsson, Sweden: ; at Melbourne. to plan for the.future if you t .
1 Finn Sorenson, at Winter Haven. \ 't

L ? Catherine Treyer, Switzerland; at have cash in Savings. Why not ,
Tallahassee; and Stan Lilholt, Den-

i WILL BUILD AN ATTRACTIVE OUTDOOR, PATIO mark; at North Miami open a-savings account with us

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i You can attain complete privacy relaxation .' here and now?

i 'in your own back yard by adding on that patio .Betty Rae Gillis In I ,
1 and fence,yOu've wanted so long-and the materialto Homemaker ContestBetty i .
use is CONCRETE MASONRY. throughout!' WE PAY 4tf ,PERCENT

Concrete blocks for terraces walks and walls .
pro- Rae Gillis, Pahokee High ON SAVINGS
vide the modern, inexpensive, durable and truly School senior, will represent her .
rugged J beauty so necessary,in your.outdoor scheme. school as a candidate for the State J i
-- For quality block .' precision 'made on Stearns Homemaker of Tomorrow awards, l;r;C. yi
,, pment see us today. ,.
"eq first place consisting of a General fTvergladcsFederal
Mills $1.5rscholat'Ship'and second

r 'FOR' OUTDOOR ;FUR LAX IN THE: SUM place, a ;000 schol rsh1p. I ... .
By receivinig highest gradein
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; I PHS senior girls'on homemaking
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knowledge and attitudes Was >:; :

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t ," ti High,School Homemaker of Tonxraofrow -

.: 1'L to enter her .examination Savings Insured Up To $10,000 By Federal

> :- papers in...the-,State_. -contest. Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation 4 1

*. Jean Brawn and Susan Morgan r'
-: :: .ft.&. BELLE GLAXMC,'WM%. have uitinamUta'+ ; their states at 40,S. W.. Ave: "B" Phone WY 6-2067
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