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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: May 12, 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
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oclc - 32615395
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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May 12, 1961 PUBLISHED WEEKLY CANAL POINT BY PAUL &ARDIN I



\: CIRCULATING.. THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY : I

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" Pahokee Council Kansas Todd Has A Drainage Taxes Up I

$100,000 For 160 Acre Site I Birthday And Party !,

Studies PetitionAt -- In East Shore Dist.
Kansas Todd, longtime employeeof

New Cooperative Sugar Mill the Canal Point' post office, cele-
Monday's'meeting of.the Pa- brated her birthday yesterday Drainage district taxes in the ;

hokee City Council a petition was (May 11)) tmd Post Master Edythe Lake Region are going up in some
I offered containing 300 names ask- Smiht provided a beautiful birth districts. Others will remain the

Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative Robert ,Mackey Will ing the council to support con- day cake which was shared by same, as they have been for years.
I of Florida will locate their :'ew Go To North Carolina struction of an, improved state friends and neighbors who happened State Representative Emmett S.

sugar mill on the Airport Road highway through the city. The pe- to be in.the office at 3 p. m. Roberts passed the bills at the request -
east of Belle Glade, according to tition was taken under advise- I Coincidental and quite interesting of the drainage district of-
present plans. The new mill will be 'R. B. Mackey, sales manager for ment by members of the council is the fact that yesterday on May ficials. East Shore Drainage DIs- !
located on a quarter section of Unity Farms Inc., will spend some 11 the Post Office in '
Department
I who will study the list of names tricct is the one district affected
land to be purchased from Arlington -, time in Inglehart N. C., this sum kansas
Washington released special -
carefully and determine at a later in the Canal Point-Pahokee area. ,
Ranch one mile east of the I I mer on a cucumber deal. Mr. I i meeting what action is to be taken. I Ii Statehood stamps which were Taxes: are now $3.00 per acre in i I,
Belle' Glade Airport. Mackey will leave Pahokee as soon.i placed on sale that date. s I
Heading on the petition which locally on the East Shore District and the I'
Purchase for the ISO as the season ends in the Glades I'
price acre !
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large names new law calls for an increase up
.. tract is reported to be $100.000.00'1 and travel northward for several read as follows: "We, ,the citizens PHSBmidEnlersAnnual to $5.00 per'acre for one year and ; !'

..Present plans call for construction iI I i weeks at Inglehart.Funeral .... __ i iI I I of Pahokee respectively petitionthe then 'advance to $5.50 per acre !
of the mill on the recently constructed -i City of Pahokee Palm Beach where they will remain. In the Rit- 'i

county road known fis I Today For County Commission and the Flor- Band Meet'The ta district on the south side of tin !
Airport Road. The new road stabs:I ida State Road ,Department in the Lake the tax will go from $3.60 per I
back into the muck for a distanceof i name of progress and public safety "" acre up to,$5.00 per acre.
\ seven miles according to Coun- Charles M. Baker to build an adequate and safe Pahokee High School Band I South Florida Conservancy District I

ty Commissioner Paul Rardin under thoroughfare for:the proper use,cf left yesterday morning to participate I in and around Belle Glade an-1 !
whose direction. the 1 road was I I traffic through the City of Paho- in the annual State Band Con- South Bay will have a substantial II
built. Funeral services will be held kee.." test (Southern Division) at Miami I increase from $5.25 per acre to

rDelinquent- I this afternoon at 2 p. m. at the I I The petition was recently circulated I, Thursday, Friday and Satu"'dar. $7.25 per acre.Commenting. I
Methodist Church in Pahokee for
and folks were given an opportunity The group was accompanied to Mi- onthe South FloW !
Taxes Charles M. 70 who died I
Baker ,
i to sign it. A few days : ami by Bandmaster and Mrs Rob- ida Conservancy district raise Mr. d!
Wednesday in the Everglades Me f I ago the Pahokee Lions Club adopted ert O. Lampi; also by Mrs. T. L. Roberts said: "It's a crash programto I

Being Advertised morial hospital following a loag ,I a resolution asking for construction I Sellers and Mrs. Billy Sheffield, replace old pumping equipment.The .
illness. Burial will be at Port May- '
of such a highway members of the Band Parents As farmers, who of course, pay 'I
aca cemetery. Rev. Charles Craus- 'I
I through Pahokee. sociation. Headquarters for, the the most are for it. The bond issue ['I
well of the Pahokee Naz- .
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Delinquent taxes in Palm Beach pastor ; -- band while in Miami will-be at the for the old pumps has been paid
erene church by which Baker wasa
county are being advertised this McAllister Hotel. and the only alternative for ,
off ,
.:--. week.,and ,there are many, many:; services member:,... will. be in S..charge, ,-of the i Lions Accept New:. r Concert and sight reading, contests ,- getting ri equipment was float '.-
names of Glades folks who have for soloists and ensembles ing 'another bond issue. They pre-
Mr. Baker a long time residentof
failed to pay their taxes. In addition Slate Of OfficersThe will be on the schedule. fer the increase."
Pahokee, leaves a widow, Mrs. ,
to the cost for advertising the I The marching phase of the three-: He said the growers wanted to
Ellen Baker; two, Charles
lands for sale there will be another sons part contests for South Florida get the in good shape before
Jr.:, of West Palm Beach.and Mar pumps
big penalty when the owner'starts outgoing president, P. A. High ,School Bands will be held summer storms hit.
vin of Homestead; two d daughters,
t'to redeem them. It would be a Slonaker, presided over the busi- in the Orange Bowl Friday night. .
Mrs. Laverne Wright of Lake
good idea for delinquent owners to ness session at the regular meeting.I Climax of the evening performances -
Worth, Mrs. Sarah Jane Rogersof
get a copy of the paper carryingthe of the Canal Point Lions Club will be the joining of 2,000 Small Claims Court
Indiantown. Four brothers and '
delinquent list. For your con- I I :Monday evening. student musicians from 25 bands
two sisters live: in 'Plant City.
venience you can.write: There are nine grandchildren. J. G. Weeks program chairman, in one massive musical aggrega- Scheduled June 8
COMMERCIAL RECORD introduced the guest speaker Mrs. tion.
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1 P. O. BOX 2888 William Thiebaud of Belle Glade; -oe -
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WEST PALM BEACH FLA. Brooks Henderson who presented the "Autobiographyof For The next session of the small
In going over a list the other day i Will Rogers" by oral descrip- SpecialRate claims court will be held at' the '

the real estate editor of The Ever- tions and by reading his own bits Glades Office Building on Thursday :
Installed LionsThe
glades News noticed delinquent By of wisdom from his book.A. Juno Beach MotelAn June 8, according to an an- I
lands in the various subdivisions: R. Harrington chairman of nouncement by Judge F. A. Cur- f

Washington Park, Bailey Mackey Pahokee Lions Club held sight conservation reported two rie of that court. The deadline for 1 1I ,
Armstrong Okeelanta Plantations.' children had been sent to Dr. Lane unusually low and special filing cases to be heard at the up-

Poland Ridge, Lair, McLarty, Ric, their Annual installation banquetand : J for eye examinations and prescription rate for Juno-By-the-Sea Motel at I,coming session is Friday, May 19.

Salvatore Addition to Pahokee and ladies ,night program in the I for glasses the past month, Juno Beach is being advertisedthis Cases may be filed with Mrs. :Ma i i
Victor L. Geiger subdivision. I I I Community Building in Canal D. L. Hooks reported $85.00 had Pope at the Glades Office Build
... week by the owner; County
-- Point Tuesday evening with Billy I been collected on the Street Light I Commissioner E. F. Van Kessel. A ing. !

Harvesters Rae .Mosley, ,retiring president I Fund and the' Club voted to accept special rate for Jhe weekend-from I
2,941 I the slate of officers presented by
acting as master of,ceremonies.The I Friday through Sunday afternoonis Tickets All Sold To .
s I vice president of the Downtown -I the nominating committee being made for couples for
Off 10 Acre Plot Lions Club of West Palm ? r-r $14.00. Children in the same room WSCS'Bar-B-Q ToniteIf

Beach Arnold Price was installing I Attend Funeral Of will be $1 extra each a night. i.
;. I", I you, don't have a ticket to the
officer, inducting Brooks Henderson The Motel is excellently'located .
Joe Thompson Pahokee corn Mrs. J. K. Royeton Canal Point WSCS barbecue at the I
I I president; Kyle Scott, first on the ocean at Juno Beach and
-. ... and bean grower and city councilman -: vice president; Frank Tillis,,second Howard Johnson's Restaurant is community Hall tonight you'll be. :
had what experts! ratedas vice president'D. B. Mathis, third Out of town relatives here for next door. A private ocean beach sorry. It Is going to be some of the ..
a record field of beans last week! vice president; R.'J. Schroder,'secretary the funeral services of Mrs. J. K. swimming pool and many other finest barbecue ever served anywhere -
far is concerned. He: were Mrs. W. B. Elam of the ladies who
as as yield ; Ted Wilson treasurer; Royeton beach conveniences are availableto ,so say good
picked 2941 hampers of Harvestersoff Chester Mullis, Lion Tamer; Glenn Glenwood, Ga., Mr. and :Mrs. W. L. those taking ,advantage of this are in charge of the project. ALL
a 10 acre tract on Newport Brower tailtwister; Webb Pell Geiger and sons Wilbur and Al- offer. The phone number is in the tickets have been sold. Everyone! '
land. and Milton Salvatore directors. fred of West Palm Beach; Mr. and ad. There won't be any sales at:the

I Howard Holman, sales representative Following the installation services Mrs. J. J. Geiger and daughter of door. Barbecue is being preparedfor
of Hector Supply Company Mr. Price talked on "Lion- Clewiston; Mr. and Mrs. E. R. the number- of tickets sold.
was ,around when' the yield ism.". (Rudolph) Geiger and family of Belle Glade Hires That's It.Ladies. :

was being reported to The Everglades The Club recognized,the wivesas I Ft. Lauderdale Mrs. Julia Mazza- of the WSCS said they
News editor and children of Miami Mr. New City Manager
ferro
agricultural their guests and Mrs. J. H. certainly are grateful to the public
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and naturally he wants the worldto Wilkinson won the door prize. and Mrs. Charles Curtner and -- for hte splendid ,manner in which
know that the seed was Cornell I daughters of Ft. Pierce, Mrs.,John Royce W. Owens, 1223 Ridge. their project was accepted. Money
l Harvesters sold by him ,for the, w. I Padgett of West Palm Beach Mr. wood Drive Highland Park Ill., made from the evening's food sale

, Hector conceizi.SIDEWALKS. To Install OfficersOf and :Mrs. Sam La Porta of Tampa, 'was named city manager'.of the will go to purchase furniture for
\ 'Mrs. Peggy Gonzalas of :Miami City of Belle Glade at an informal '
ARE NEEDED 2 Garden ClubsThe Mr. and Mrs Cecil Newman and meeting of City Commission this completed

After July 1, developers will be children of West Palm Beach Mr. week. "We want to extend our sincere
required to provide sidewalks in all Canal Point and Pahokee and Mrs. H. W. Murphy and children Frank C. Anderson director of thanks to each and every one for

subdivisions the county commission Garden Clubs win meet at the I of Clewiston and Emory Searsof finance, has been acting city assisting us,"said one of the WSCS

decided, this 'week. The tidewalks -. Community Hall May 16UL, for a 1 Ft. Pierce. .. manager since resignation 'and departure .members.Mrs. .
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the board decided, are needed joint meeting._ rewi1l, be a covered -' of.former'City.Manager C. .. .
as a protection for school child, dish luncheon at which time I' Mr. and Mrs Lee Wroten of Pa B. Talmadge. The latter resigned Beanie Allen and her

ren who in many cuernow.,haveto Mrs,James Kerwin of West Palm ,hokee had as their recent guest her to become city adsiintetrator ofCoHege daughter Martha 3oe-of"Pahoke* tare

walk:to school on or along heavily Beach rwOl be_the i&st&DlBg,Off1eHI ;. grandmother Mrs. J. B. Bffiott of Park Md. about two now making their. home in

.traveled ,highways.L .. !I for- both ctefee. Ft Lauderdale.. .. ,:' ... __ =. __t iago; ,, I. ': '" Meridian M. ,;' :i :
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LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF I SUBSCRIPTIONS are due if your SPARE ROOMS for rent? If you VACATION TIME is just around

.- name label shows you to be .in have .one, get in touch with this I, the cornier. Before you take off,

THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing arrear on payment. Send along newspaper and insert a $1 how about dropping a check for

that .$2.00 payment now and we ified ad.. It'will get results. classt-I' $2.00'in the mail for your subscription I

: the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without will continue to send you this great I j payable in advance. The to The Everglades News, Canal \

Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years palladium of the family fireside. News, Canal Point, Fla. Point, Fla.PLUMBING ,
1 The Everglades News, Canal Point I I I
Established March 11, 1924 -_ Published Every Friday I SERVICE! If you

,: Subscription! Price:_ .$2.00. Year In Advance Fla. I SAMPLE COPIES of last week's need a plumber just step to the
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JB.L r *1 i I edition of The Everglades News
APARTIMENTS are neededby I phone and call H. W. Scrape in
The Is Entered at the Post Office.
Everg1a.c1es-News were mailed in Canal Point and
folks into this
many coming areato J Pahokee at Phone 7547. Septic
I 'Ciltial Pour FloriAS, as Second Class Matter I will be welcomed -
.: ... earn a living. Do you have one new subscriptions tank cleaning, field tile work. We
for rent? Tell them and the world this week. Just $2.00 for a year
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, PublisherWWUWWUWWWWWWWWWuWU I sell water heaters, pipe fittings
through a $1 classified,ad in these. will keep you informed ofv happenings and do all kinds of repair work.H. .

M .. columns., Send along a description in.this area. 'I W. Scrape Pahokee phone

of the,apartment and a $1 bill and 7547. M26pd.
Here Is What Transpired! At Monday'sMeeting. I we'll do the rest. The EvergladesNews I REAL ESTATE FOR SALE i

Of The Palm Beach Canal Point, Fla. I Business lot. Located at 148 WHEN SHOPPING in West Palm

Bacom Point Road. Has 2-story, BeachvIsit, the new Mary Carter
CHICKENS FOR SALE: 43 hensi I
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concrete block, 2-apartment ,build- Paint Store on the Dixie Highway
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County Commission I I and one rooster. New HampshireReds
stock ing in rear. This business propertyat 2 blocks S. of Southern Boulevard.We .
Sears Roebuck one
and $15,000 won't last long. Terms have a $2 sample can of our I
-- -- -- - year old, laying every day, red
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arranged. wonderful Glass Enamel for
A general bill on beach. erosion;' erosion districts, and a second ,ref- blue winners at West Palm Beach each Canal liquid Point visitor who men-

House Bill 1921, has drawn the erendum before any bonds could be and Orlando Fairs, excellent "or Business corner lot and building tions this advertisement. 4212 S.
of the county commission.The issued.In ( eating or for raising more chickens -
support I with apartments in rear. Locatedin Dixie, West Palm Beach. Ctc
state wide measure is'a permissive a resolution adopted by the 'I vaccinated and dewormed, colored'town. Good income .
prop-
allow $1.75 per head. Call Canal ,Point
act which would board, the commission callp. on erty. FOR SALE: Two bedroom CBS .
establishment of, beach erosion Palm Beach County's' legislative 3382. etc
I duplex apartment house, $16-
districts and provides the mechanics delegation to "endorse, supportand FOR SALE: New and used Willys Four frame apartment build- 500, FHA: financing available.

to finance improvements to work for passage' of the? I Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage $800 down plus closing costs. Julius -

through the sale of bonds. bill". I in Belle Glade, Phone 3058. ings.DAN CARPENTER, Realtor I Moon, 256 N. Flame Ave., Pa \

I The measure also carries The bill is presently before the I i Oct. 17.54-ch 7153'or' 7156 Pahokee hokee. M26od '

endum provisions which call refer-I,drainage and water conservation ..- -
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vote before creation of committee for consideration.
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-. I;!'Judy CunninghamTo Miss Carley Bracewell I I I NOTICE TO CREDITORSIN
THE COURT OF THE COUNTY

Child Labor Laws Airport Business Wed W. A. Fowlei Finishes Bus. CourseMr. JUDGE IN AND FOR PALM BEACH
I' COUNTY FLORIDA IN PROBATE

' .Keeps County Board Mr. :and Mrs. David W. Cunningham and Mrs. Earl Bracewell accompanied NO_____,._
of Pahokee the. their Mrs. IN BE:' ESTATE OP
Affect Students announce en- by daughter,
Busy At Meeting NANCY ELLEN HATFIELD,
{ : gagement of their daughter, Jud- Glenn Levins and their son Ronnie j Deceased;
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ith Ann to William Allan Fowler, Bracewell went to Orlando Sat TO ALL. CREDITORS LEGATEES

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. ,"Child The County Commission this:, son of Mr. .and Mrs. William H. urday to get their other daughter.Mlss' ,I DISTRIBbTEES"ANY CLAIMS AND PERSONS OR DEMANDS HAVING -

Labor laws permit high school: students week found that many of its decis- I Fowler of Plentywood, Mont. Carley Bracewell who had on I AGAINST SAID ESTATE: 1I
ons1 concerned aviation and flying! Miss the before I You' arid each of you are herebynotified
I, a wide choice of jobs during Cunningham is a graduate Friday completed a I I that you are required by LaWto
I, the summer vacation", Sterling B. facilities-pointing up a demand I of Pahokee High School, Class of I Medical Secretarial Course at the present any claims and demands

Williams director of ,the for facilities at International Air-:( 1959. She attended the Matherj Jones Business College in Orlando. I which you. or either of you may have
regional other against the estate of ,Nancy Ellen Hat-
Wage-and-Hour and Public Con- port and 'county airports;j School of Nursing in New Orleans, : Miss Bracewell plans to rest up a!I field to the County Judge of Palm y'

tracts Divisions, said here today. which. the board operates.In :I La., and is now a student.at Palm few days at her parents home be- Beach County Florida at his office
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in the court' house of said County at
His office administers the Fair one action the board learned I Beach Junior College.Mr. fore getting out in the business I West Palm Beach Florida, within eight
Labor Act f from Commissioner E. F. Van:I Fowler graduated from I II world. calendar months from the time of the
.1 i Standards including, '
William first publication of this notice. Each
Kessel, that P. Lear who: -
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Plentywood High School in 1957,i I
child-labor provisions in five I I I claim or demand shall be In writing
Southeastern states. proposed to use space, at International -I,following which he served for'three Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Scruggs drove In duplicate and shall state the placeof

."Parents should consider Fed- Airport for the assembly of: years in the U. S. Army. He is per- to Orlando Sunday to visit her I the residence claimant and and post shall office be sworn address to by of I

eral and State regulations as a executive type jet planes, was not i sently employed by the Vanderbilt nephew and his family, Mr. and the claimant his agent, or his attorenyand
any such claim or demand not so
, safeguard to their child's safety yet ready to start his operaiton.I Estate at Manalapon and is attend- Mrs. Gene Rowe also to meet her filed shall be void.

and health'VUUams So the board voted to draw a lease ing the Palm Beach Vocational mother, Mrs. Susie Williams of I GLEN O. HATFIELD
pointed out. As administrator of the Estate of
with Aviation Sales, Inc., for space School. Chiefland who accompanied them
With the exception of'a few Jobs Nancy Ellen H Uleld. deceased. I
which, both Lear and the sales Plans are being made for'an back to Run on and is to be their, Thadd WhIdden "'
which have been declared "haz
Attorney for Administrator
ardous occupations", boys and corporation had been seeking. early summer wedding. house guest for the month of May.', Publish: April. 28. May 5. 12, 19. 1961
Meantime the board, agreed it I I
girls who have passed their 16th _.
could -- --
find space for the Lear
birthday may apply for almost organization
any .vacation-time job. when it is ready to open I:41Zirn: IZ4 Gi I

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operations.In
,Children in the 14-and-15 year '
another the commission '
action
old class may seek jobs in office, ".. '- .
gave tentative approval to a '. .
clerical sales work.
or They may
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request from American-Bahamian
accept most jobs in vegetable and
Airways, Inc., for warehouse and I
fruit-packing sheds, but their work i
office at International Air- : .
space
must be performed between 7 a. m. H
The a.irline.classes itself as
port. a
0- and 7 p. m. and is limited to eight iJf
freight and charter line servingthe
hours any day or 40 hours any ; '
week. islands. It now operates off a :a

Lantana Airport. Final agreementof
Williams emphasized' that employers -
the lease is contingent on an investigation -
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should determine what jobs
to determine if the island -
I in their plants can be filled by '
airline's operation could' be
", youngsters ,this summer. If they
classed as a base operation.The fA
require further information aboutFederal j
board 'also" agreed to lease
Child-Labor laws, Williams I .. .

invited employers to contact: Lantana the administration Airport to the building Civil Air at I I '.

Clem J. Denicke, supervisor of theWageHouse t-

,field office, at' 1200 Patrol for $1 ayear; \1.j I
Final action .naming a bas j I
S. W.vFirst Street conies,,,Miami-.Florida.There i operator for: the Glades Airportat '
.. a job. under both
'-,- Federal and state_ laws the stan- PPahokee was delayed until a 1 I
: Too Can Save
future meeting but the board votedo Easily
: arch set by both laws must be ob::-: I.I.You -
o take action ,to secure a road I
.. served. If there is a difference JI,
the.laws, Williams said, that tho right or way to the port from Here at the Friendly Everglades Federal it is easy for you to save and do it regularly. We'll '
West Road to State Road I '
higher standards will. prevail.: 715 Morgan: a-rante when-completed would work with you In assisting.in every manrier'poSsIble to''' see ,that your savings account grows 'fI

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provide a, the airportiatid
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t sOtl! ; Belle Glades commissioner -

"Paul Rardin: ",said :the right 1 l we Have M6H6y'Available To Build That New Home i

i 'Chosen as "Sorority Girls 'of t eYear' of way: is'on'state owned'land and ,
If you contemplate a new home, pleased'8'a 1d--ta1k it oV r'with the Friendly Everglades
I three loltee:chap could be secured without"cost to
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,Federal Savings And Loan Association::
t- tern of the Beta Sigma p'hl:Sorority ;the county.. .. ; 1\

J were Mrs. Donna Plumer,Xi Alpha
BARTDEO: B OIA'
HuLoIs.! .;Whtte, XJ Beta Tau:! & Loan

and 'Mrs. Frances Moore,;* .Beta. : ., ,W.. B. Ham ,left: Tuesday .Everglades 'Ee&leraliSavings

g Omicron The,; trio* were', honored ;far her.:home'iorGtoswoed.:G&Fer!

at.ther: annual ,Founders:T>ay;fcwaobaf the-past twoTve te'sbe'iHrf t : been ,ASSOCIATION

1.. re4joiR ytIM hetJae'gve t;ef.JIer sie4er.JIrs.. .8 ftMG8 IN6UR8D'UP .T $, :BY'rBB A AIrSAVEtOS AND LOAN BfSURAKCX ASSOCIATION

J .-'at': which.tin*_U* rpreoonto'd > __ Bra- .Lowey in' Canal:.Foist, 'ate* 4 :4V*.:.. aV'fi" .;BB UJ i{GLADE;FLOWBA' PHONE WY 1-2041

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I .l PERSONAL p NEWS NOTES !' Pahokee'Pony'Leagu ARE ALVY EARLY AND MELVIN' GamesCOACHES PUGH ,Sorority In Separate' Groups'' Meets''-".:?" i




FIRST GAME AT 6:30 P. M. SECOND GAME AT 8:15 P. M.Pahokee '
.* 'Mr. and :Mrs. J. G. Weeks had as Miss Nancy Lee Thomas accom-I '
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The three Pahokee
Date To Be At' Sponsor Chapter
their Miss Sammie Played Sponsor
their weekend house guest panied by ,f
granddaughter Miss, Francis Ruth ham of Miami were the weekend I I R 515-61: t" 'Pahokee' : Bank '& Pioneer Farm Team the Sigma Phi Sorority held separate t

Calhoun of Miami. house guests of their parents Mr. 1 5-15-61 Belle Glade Duda & Royal Kilgore & 3-J Pony meetings on Thursday night. i

Mrs. L. V. McClelland under- and Mrs. J. V. Thomas in Pahckee R .5-18-61 South Bay Duda, & 3-1 Pony" ._ May 4th. Each club made plans to

went surgery Saturday in Edge- and' Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Lanham of I 2 5-18-61 Pahokee Bank & Royal '- 'P/Farm Team meet jointly with the Sorority's :
5-18-61 BeU&Glade" Kilgore""Pioneer Faun Team :
water- Hospital; in Chicago HI. Canal Point. City Council at the Woman's Club

Mr. and Mrs. W. W. White of Mrs. J. D. Latham was called to R 5-22-61 Pahokee Kilgore & Royal Farm Team :May 18th, at which time Exemp- i
I 3 5-22-61 Belle Glade Duda & Bank Pioneer & 3-J
Canal, Point and Royal Palm Village Jacksonville Sunday by the illness Pony ler Degrees are to be conferred on ,I

are to be the Mother's Day and hospitalization of her brother I R 5-25-61 Pahokee Bank & Kilgore 3-J Pony & Royal Miss Barbara Myatt, Mrs. Geneve- \
4 5-25-61 Belle Glade Duda & Pioneer Farm Team
ve Wilson, Mrs. Lillian Beverly 'j
weekend guests of their soninlawand Alpha Brown. While there she isthe I
daughter Mr. and Mrs. C. O. house guest of her sister and i" R ,5-29-61 South Bay Bank & 3-J Pony Mrs. Kay Sears, Mrs. Doris Lane ;' !
5 5-29T61 Pahokee Pioneer & Royal Farm Team '. I
Mrs. Shirley Shirley and Mrs. Jean
Todd in Saqf} rd. brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Lem 1
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5-29-61 Belle Glade Duda &; Kilgore Farm Team Salvatore. {I
Mr. and Mrs. Rosco Roberts Walker. I
R 6-, 1-61 Pahokee Duda & Royal Kilgore & 3-1 Pony I
TheXhAlph Mu Sorority met at
(former residents of Canal Point) Mrs. Bill Widdows and daughter;
6 6161 Belle Glade Pioneer & Bank 'Fann Team
now of N pils, Ga., were the week Holly of Perrine accompanied by the home of :Mrs. Joan Tucker. '. t
end house, guests of his sister-in- her sister, Mrs. J. W. Guthrie of R 6-12-61 Pahokee' Bank & Royal Farm Team Mrs. Tucker, retiring president !
I' 7 6-12-61 Belle Glade Duda & 3-J Pony Kilgore'& Pioneer f
law Mrs..O'Neal Williams. Miami (former residents of Paho acted .as the installing officer in "I
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I R 6-15-61 South Bay Pioneer & 3-1 Pony the induction of Mrs. Elsie Sims.
Johnny Smith and Horace kee) were Monday visitors of their ,
8 6-15-61 Pahokee Bank & Duda Farm Team
Scruggs, students of U. of F. La aunts, Mrs. Ray Hawk and Mrs. ; 6-15-61 president; Mrs. Imogene Scott vice
Belle Glade Royal & Kilgore .. Farm Team
Gainesville were the weekend Frank O'Connell in Canal Point. president; Mrs Ruth Tillery, re-
R 6-19-61 Pahokee 3-J Pony & 'Royal Farm Team I
guests of their parents, Mr. and Airman and Mrs. Jim Orlandoof 9 6-19-61 Belle Glade Duda & Pioneer Kilgore & Bank cording secretary; Mrs. Cornelia
Mrs..R. T.:Smith and Mr. and Mrs.A. Sanford accompanied by Miss I Chase, corresponding secretary;
R 6-22-61 Pahokee Royal & Pioneer Farm Team
H. Scruggs.Mr. Kay Hughes of Orlando were Mrs. Dorothy Hillier treasurer;
10 6-22-61 Belle Glade Bank & 3-1 Pony Duda,& KilgoreR
and; Mrs. Gordon Hoyle of weekend guests of their parents, Mrs. Gethie Friend, Mrs. Elsie
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Bay Kilgore Pony
: Bradenton were the recent guestsof Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mims in Paho 11 6-26-61 Pahokee Pioneer & Bank ", Farm Team Sims and Mrs. Joan Tucker, representatives -

his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester- kee and Mr.,and Mrs. D. P. Hughesin 6-2()-61 Belle Glade Royal & Duda Farm Team t6 the City Council.
Hoyle in Canal Point. Bryant.Mr. Yellow mum corsages were presented -
R 6-29-61 Pabokee Duda & 3-1 Pony Bank & Royal
Mrs. Nellie Hunt has as her and Mrs. Gary Shelby and, 12 6-29-61 Belle Glade Pioneer & Kilgore Farm Team to the new officers.M .

house guests her son-in-law and:: baby daughter, Martha Ann of R : 73.61 Pahokee Duda & Bank Farm Team r.s"fc Katherine Cunninghamgave

daughter;Mr. ,and Mrs. Lee Krecl West Palm Beach are the house 13 7- 3-61 Belle Glade Royal & Kilgore Pioneer & 3-1 Pony a review on current State '

and children of Miami. guests this weekend of her parents R 7661 South Bay 3-J Pony I & Royal Legislative activities affecting f J

Mr. and :Mrs. W. G. Mole had as Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Atkins in 14 1- 661Pahokee' Bank & Kilgore Farm Team public schools and Mrs. Barbara

their weekend house guests their Pelican Lake. 7661 Belle Glade Duda & Pioneer } Farm Team Myatt gave a,.talk on "Islands of l

son, Wallace Mole of Florida Chris- Rev. and Mrs. Thomas O'Steenof R ,1-10-61 Pahokee Bank & 3-1 Pony Pioneer & Royal the paribbean."' j
tian College and Miss Nancy Phel- Pahokee have as their houseguest 15 -.1-10.61 Belle Glade Duda & Kilgore.Fann Team "IIdringttie'?. social hour, Mrs. '.

am both of Tampa. his father William O'Stesn .. Tucker was assisted by Mrs.: Wil- \

Miami ahd nis brother J. H. ma Alley co-hostess. Mrs. Nannie
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Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Winch had as i I I ,
their Sunday luncheon guests her O'Steen also of Miami was their Little League Games It-IaU9 and Mrs. A. Hackney were ,

guests- ti
guest on Saturday.Mr.
brothers and their wives, Mr. and f
and Mrs. C., A, Stuckey of Mrs. John Hatton installed :Mrs.
I Mrs. A. F. Hooks of Clewiston and -
Pahokee have their their I W. O. Moss as president of the XI :
Mr.and Mrs. D. L. Hooks. as guest COACHES. ARE: DOW McCT.KT.LAND. LEON SPOONER
daughters-in-law Mrs. Doris :Mock I MARVIN_ COWART. GENE BRADLEY AND Beta Tau meeting at the home. of :
Mrs. Seth Roberts left last \
) and Mi s. Lena, l.tock'and their ELLIS MURPHY Mrs. Richard Nason. Other officers Ii

Thursday for Slocomb, Ala., where children all of West Palm Beach. FIRST GAME AT 6:30 P. BL SECOND GAME AT 8:15: P. M.Population installed were: Mrs. Charles Wilkinson "
she is the house of her mother
guest -
Mrs. Stuckey had as her recent vice president; Mrs. Ralph :
Mrs. Mary McArthur.Mr. Date To Be Played At Sponsor Sponsor
guest her brother Tow e11'Summer- Johnson corresponding secretary: ,
and Mrs. Edwin Dannellyand all of Vero Beach. 0 R 5-16-61 Pahokee Civitan-Spencer Gressi ger-Pioneer I Mrs. David Unwin, recording secretary f
Ft. Lauder- 1 5-16:61 Belle Glade B. G. Lions Hatton Rotary-'Vedg.
daughter Pat of Parker
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Humphrey ; Mrs. Carol treas-
dale were the Sunday luncheon Sr., had as their weekend guest R 5-19-61 Pahokee Hatton-Spencer Civitan-Pioneer urer; Mrs. Richard Nason, City

guests of her brother and sister-in- their daughter, Miss Edwina Hum- 2 5-19-61 Belle Glade Gressingei-We.dg. B G LionsRotaryR Council representative and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wether- 5-23-61 Pahokee Hatton-Civitan, Wedgworth-Pioneer
law Charles Wilkinson alternate.
phrey of F. S. U., Tallahassee.Mrs. ,
ington and family in Pahokee. Betty Rosenberg of Lake 3 ,5.23-61 Belle Glade Rotary-Spencer Gre inger-B G Lions I Mrs. Lois White Mrs. Harold ;

4, Miss CIndY' Friend of FSU was Worth was the weekend guest of 'R 5.26-61 Pahokee Spencer-Gressinger '''Pioneer-B G Lions Wilkinson Mrs. Ralph Johnson J

t1 ,, the weekend guest of .her parents her son and daughter-in-law Mr! 4 52661Belle.. Glade- .Civitan-Wedgworth Rotary-Hatton I and Mrs. Ellis.Wilkinson named,on j'' .

1 Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Friend in Pa- and Mrs. Frank Rosenberg in Pa- R 57'30-61 Pahokee Pioneer-Spencer Hatton-Gressinger I the program committee for the
5 5-30-61 Belle Glade B. G. L1o
Civitan-Rotary s-Wedg.
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I hokee. hokee. new year. Mrs. Richard Nason, .
t'' ., R 6261 Pahokee Hatton-Pioneer Wedgworth-Spenccr Mrs. 'J. L. Tyson, Jr., and Mrs..W.
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j K. Aldridge, on social commttee.
I R 6.13.61 Pahokee Spencer=; Rotary-Pioneer
Mrs Charles Wilkinson Mrs. W. O.
16-13-61 Belle Glade :
7 Civitan-Gresslnger: Wedg'HattonR Moss and Mrs.: David Unwin, named -

6-16-61 Pahokee HattOn-B G Lions Pioneer-Gressinger on the year book. Mrs. John
8 6-16-61 Belle Glade
: Rotary-Wedgworth SpencercivitanR
Hatton publicity; and Mrs. J. L.
6-20-61 Pahokee Pioneer-Civitan Hatton-Spencer .
h. Tyson Jr., hostess.
I I 9 6-20-61 Belle Glade ressinger-Wedg. Rotary-B. G. Lions '
The group voted to donate a con
t r.Forida! East Coast Railway R 6- 3-61 Pahokee Civitan-Hatton Wedgworth-Pioneer tribution to the Girl Scout work
10 6-23-61 Belle Glade Rotary-Spencer Gressinger-B. G.'LionsR
and to assist in setting up a vertical -
I 6-21-61 Pahokee BG Lions-Pioneer
Spencer-Gressinger
picture file at the Pahokee Elementary -
Seeks Authority to Purchase 11 6-27-61 Belle Glade CiVttan-Wedgworth RotaryHattonR School. The chapter's

6-30-61 Pahokee Gressinger-Hatton Pioneer-Spencer final social event of this ysar will "
12 6-30-61 Belle Glade B. G. Lions-Wedg. Civitan-Rotarv
( Seaboard Air Line Railroad R 7461 Pahokee Hatton-Pioneer be a steak supper at the home of
Wedgworth-Spencer!Mrs..ElMs Wilkinson June 3rd with
13 7461 Belle Glade Gressinger-Rotary Civita 1-B. G. Lions
their husbands as guests.
R 77.61 Pahokee Wedgworth-HattOn Pioneer-Ro.talY
Between
The Beta Omicron Chapter met
14 7- 7-61 Belle Glade Gressinger-civitan B G Lions-Spencer
aUthe home of Mrs. Moore
Jimmy
West Palm Beach and'r with, the outgoing president, p-e-:

Survey PAHOKEE JUNIOR-SENIOR the officer inducting
siding as installing
Homestead HIGH SCHOOL Mrs. Don Zaccagnino,
Will Ask QuestionsNot
1. -;. HONOR ROLLi president; Mrs. F. H. Poteete vice

I .. Asked Before. president; Mrs. John Zimmerman..
'.. .. FIFTH SIX 'WEEKS'Diarme recording secretary; Mrs. J._ V.'k

I 4 The Florida East Coast J.1way'has requested ;. iTheMay CurreJr"'" ; lftM ; -lf' .';'. A1.L ]} 1M:):;'" Thomas Jr., corresponding: :

\ 1 in its'petition to'the!iriterstate. Commerce Com: *:: ) l 1JWill:i: includes i (gitfJ'ti'onsjdruhwnership iii'.r rtta' :VShitl A S 1'Ah ersc+ ;, t tfnyoand;Mrs. Karl Mindlin, trbasyr J. "

.Tmission, imposition1, of s'condition DouglaStlt&JYae Jt; f
Smith; bn
Lester fi. ,
-f permit it to purchase that portion,of-Jhe; .,Sea.: g t Grgde'Jrfette{ Haj
freezers
I I' automatic, Eleventh 'itarrington. -; T>r6grS5nMrs.; : Julian Br nchVsocial ; J

4 board Air Uge .Railroad th.oF. West Palm. }, cl ryers i and television sets I ; and Mrs. John Zimmerman, (

f :J. Beach, should the Commission. approveUle. 11. in aaf addition*<4 to the regular> :*inquiries|,f'l en i (f1; J i n degHL I waysnd means. >\ .

Z Atlantic.. Coast Line-Seaboard merger. on employment and 'unemployment Ninth Grade: Dianne Hollon, .Mrs.-: Poteete, program chairman
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it was announced today by Wayne Hundley, Walter Young., ,- introduced Mrs. J. L. Tyson,

... .' ...., :, Director Thomas W. McWhirter of Eighth Grade:' Faye Elliott, Pat Jr.. Girl Scout Troup leader whopresented

.. --, :.,..:::.. . : .... ';, x'i the U. S. Census Bureau's regional Murphy Willola Tyson Larry ,a group of her girl I

field office at Atlanta, Georgia.The Wright. scouts in a program of skits and
number of television sets Seventh Grade: John Pell and songs with the assistance of:Mrs. :

per household is being obtained at Jim Tyson. T. E. Pennington. The chapter i
the Re- -- voted a donation to the Richard 1
request of the Advertising
For more details, secure Memorial Fund for Girl
Hodges <<
search Foundation. The information Polk County Offers
a copy of this new book- Scout Work.
freezers and i.
on automobiles
.. let, "WHAT IS BEST with !
r\ clothes dryers is being collectedfor Centennial Book Mrs. Moore was presented

FOR FLORIDA". the Household Economics Research a gift of earrings and a miniature
Copies are available at gavel to be attached to her Sorority !
Division of the U. S. Department BARTOW A souvenir editionof

,- your nearest Florida I of Agriculture: for use in Polk Comity's Centennial will pin, after which refreshmentswere
:. East Coast RailwayFLORIDA be off the 15. The book served by the hostess.
FOR a study of life rates for selected press April .
Ticket Office. I
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.., or' cover whether or,not the cars and dating back to its formation en COUNTY HOLIDAYS SET

..< write Executive Depart- I household appliances were new or Feb. 8, 1961.Dozens .

ment,Florida East Coast used when purchased and year of of rare pictures are reproduced The county commision this week

'-'.., Railway, St. Augustine, purchase. taken from the M. D. adopted a holiday schedule for its 1
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.. be conducted here and In- 332 each Polk County municipality la morial Day, May 30; Fourth of

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)..\" which the divine go with power it, demonstratingits and presence I I I Roving Prayer Meets

.. spiritual origin. Mortals can Pahokee MethodistsThe
..... never know the infinite until they I
throw off the old man and* reach First Methodist Church cf

.. I the spiritual_image and likeness." ; Pahokee is for a period of time,
-- I, having rovingPrayer meetings in
"Conservation"r'I the homes of the members instead
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a of the Church. Wednesday evening
The Garden Club I May 10, prayer Service was com-
bined with a formal home dedication -
The Canal Point Garden Club I in the new home of Dr. ind
r meets at the home of Mrs. F. M. Mrs. R. C. Wednesday May I
First Methodist The Church Of God Christian Science
i Wilson with Mrs. Floyd Erickson 1 17th prayer services will be held In
ChurchPahokee Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Group Of Canal Point as co-hostess. May 18th at 3 p. m.1'the home of Mr. and Mrs., R. J.
Mrs. Charles D. Stewart and her Schroder.
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of the children program committee will presenta I'
Rev. T. C. O'Steen Point Road The immortal status -
. SUNDAY: John H. Kinard pastor of God will be brought out program on "Conservation*.I CARD OF THANKS
; 9:45 a. m.-church School 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School at Christian Science services Sun' Also there will be a plant exchange We wish to thank each and
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-PreachIng Service day in a Lesson-Sermon on the.1 between the members at this time. everyone who so thoughtfully assisted '
6:45 m. MYF "Mortals and Immortals." the illness and
i, : p. 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service subject us during
7:45 p. .-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. Scriptural selections will include J I RETURN:TO SOUTH CAROLINAMr. sudden death of our loved one. We
f .. TUESDAY: 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. the following from Romans (8): and }'lrs..T. W. Spangler, Sr., are sincerely grateful for the
y, 7:00 p. m. Vesper Choir prac Everyone! welcome. Special music "For as many as are led by the II of Charleston, S. C. and their son cards food words of condolenceand
ticeWEDNESDAY and singing.The Spirit of God, they are the sons and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. many acts of kindness which
: .. of God The Spirit itself bear- Charles Spangler and children of helped us to bear our burden. We
7:45 p. m.-MId-week devotions eth witness with our I spirit, that! Columbia, S. C., were called home I shall always remember those who
.' 8:30 p. m.. -Senior Choir'prac Methodist Church we are the children of God." I. Tuesday by, serious illness in ic I were so.kind and thoughtful.MRS. .
. tice.Canal Canal Point Florida A correlative passage to be read family. While here they were the JACK VANDEGRIFTAND
from "Science and Health with house guests of their son and I FAMILYMrs.
I Point First Robert Shelley, Pastor. Key to the 'Scriptures" by Mary daughtre-in-law, Mr. and :Mrs. J. .. .
SUNDAY: Baker Eddy states (p. 519): "Hil- W (Joe) Spangler, Jr., having J. W. Barrett has as house
l Baptist ChurchElder 10:00 a. m.-Church School 'man capacity is sloW to discern just arrived here Sunday for a guest her sister Mrs. E. A. Forbes
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship and to grasp: God's'creation and I weeks visit and vacation. of West Palm Beach
R. E.Barfield 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship
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8:00 8:00 p. .-Woman's Society
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k -. Service 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class.meeting I

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Canal Point Barfield HighwayPahokee I Heating Air Conditioning Appliances .

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9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 7:30. P. M.Tuesday-Prayer Meet ";
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship ing r-r.; J ", ." -.. : : ij !ill 6jfi1.
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Charles F. Crauswell, Pastor 11 a. m.-Worship Service ,
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Evangelistic Service. Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m.
WEDNESDAY: Confessions before Mass. I JID@@lI.r
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Church Pahokee SUNDAY: I '
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School 9:45 A. M. .
SUNDAY SERVICES: give :
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship The Adult Training Union Class I .
6:45 p. .-Training Union of the Canal Point Baptist Q urch
8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship. is sponsoring a social Saturday .
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at all r dad, brides, graduates,anniversaries-for that occasion i>-. .
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: PafefeJ5tA Karl Mindlin served refreshments Mrs. J. L. McCall, :Mrs. W. E. daughter Verla of Pahokee wentto
01 during: the."social hour. In Monday Meeting Evans, Mrs. J. D. Latham and Mrs.S. .
Orlando Saturday and were ac-
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J < home their dau ht-
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.Remedial Reading The lone Patterson Circle of the Missionary Union', Leadership .
j J ; Miss Myra Jones. She has Just
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( Canal Point Baptist Woman's Missionary -I Course in The First Baptist Churchin '
The' Pahcfcee Parent-Teacher Plan ScheduledSchool Belle Glade last Saturday morn Completed' a medical secrfetariiu.
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Union, met Monday at ne
Association opened its final meet- I ing. The course was taught by course at Jones Business college in
home of Mrs. J. S. Chastain with .
ing for the year of 1961 Monday offficials announce or- Mrs. Richard Heller of Riviera that city and it at present taking
evening, with, the Pahokee Girl ganization of, the remedial reading Mrs. W. S. ,Evans presiding Mrs. Beach, President the Palm Lake I I a vacation before going into the
scout''Troup TXo. 38 in charge of centers. This is the second year Charles Stewart presented the de WMU Association. business world.

the Flag Ceremony and the invo I the course has been offered as a votional. I
cation' by Rev. Charles D. Stewart part of the summer educational enrichment The theme of the program -
"What- fod Hath Brought Through ffiTffiTffiffiTT t iW&tf F&iTffiTW
pastor of'the Canal Point Baptist program.In 1
Church. W. O. Moss, retiring t making the announcement, Prayer," was explained by Mrs. W.
president, presided over the busi- it is stated that no tuition will be S. Evans, in the absence of the
ness session. charged, but there will be a small program chaiman, :Mrs. J. L. Mc-
1 Mrs. R. B. Simonson, program fee for supplies. Teachers in the Call. Mrs. Evans presented this Beach Weekend Special

chairman introduced Mrs. Doris program meet all requirements of program and in conclusion talked ,

I Lane and he,r ,home economics education and are well qualifiedfor on some of the highlights of the I YOU CAN RELAX AND ENJOY YOURSELF AT \
girls who presented 'a programby this type of,instruction.In WMU Leadership Course she had !
modeling some of their clothes the Glades the. center will be attended last Saturday, taught by I
they had made in class. at Pahokee Elementary School Mrs. Richard Heller in Belle-Glac! ., Juno-By-The-Sea MotelJUNO
The minutes of the last meetingwere
and those desiring information
P. T. A. Members voted to do- I
should call WY 6-2933 or WY read by Mrs. M. C. Carter, in
nate $50 to apply on the teachers BEACH,FLA. PHONE VI 43195E.
the absence
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lounge Elementary Enrollment be limited to tary. It was voted to send a moni' F. VAN KESSEL, PROPRIETOR
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and appointed :Mrs. Eugene Laks
tary gift to the Palm Lake WMU .
40 students
chairman of this project, assistedby approximately per
Mrs. Floyd Hundley and Mrs. teacher and nearby schools will work Association at the to Brighton. apply Reservation.on Indian For $14 Per I
Lloyd Hundley and Mrs. Elmer I be given the opportunity to rec- Couple
Jones. ommend eligible students to attend During the social hour Mrs. Paul i .
Rardin .assisted the hostess, Mrs.J. .
I the classes which will be one hour
Room award went to Mrs. ,
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meet S. Chastain in serving cake and (CHILDREN $1 EACH EXTRA IN SAME ROOM)
in length, and which will
R. G.: Whiteside's fourth grade and
Norma Norman's nineth grade. I daily beginning on Friday, June coffee_ to 12 members.Mrs. Come Friday, spend Friday night, Saturday, Saturday night

r Mrs. Janet Pate, outgoing.County 16, and closing on Friday, July 2R. I .. and Sunday at Beautiful Juno-by-the-Sea Motel where

Council PTA President install- Classes will not meet on Satur- C. B. Jones and her son Al- you can really rest and relax.
r ed.'James Harry Wilkinson, President days or on July 4. All registrations -' ton attended a Lake side barbecue i)4

f ; First Vice President Office must be approved in advance in Clewiston Saturday afternoon as I EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATIONS ,;-.. PRIVATE OCEAN _
to be filled Mrs. Tucker and are due no later than May 15.I guests of her and i
yet ; George son daughterinlaw BEACH POOL MOTEL LOCATED NEXT DOOR TO
second vice president; Mrs. J. --- I Mr. and Mrs. Charles 'Jones i I HOWARD JOIINS "RESTAURANT

L. Tyson, Jr., third vice president; Parrish Is Named and sons, other guests Were, Re\ .1 j I \
Mrs. Lee Wroten, fourth vice president I and Mrs. Richard Heller and their>
; Mrs.y Preston Duncklemin, To Hospital(BoardGovernor two children of Riviera Beach. I .
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and V. C. Denton parliamentarian. day appointed F.- S., (Dick) Par !
Mrs. Pate presented Mr.. MO3S rish of Pahokee to succeed Ed-Jensen -

with a,past president's pin. After on the Northwestern.Palm.
which :Mrs. Simonson pinned corsages Beach County Public Hospital ,.
.and presented boutonniers Board. Mr. Parrish is a Pahokee .
.all'the'new' officers and presented jeweler and served'as mayor of Pa-

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