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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 26, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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May 26, 1961 PUBLISHED WEEKLY CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDiN


CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTYDrawing

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of Canal Point Baptist Church Sunday School Rooms
Pahokee High GraduationSet


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We'll Take An kee High School Seniors.are sched
uled for Friday night, June 9 at
(, Orange Bill the high school gymnasium, according -
r .. to Brooks Henderson, prin-
There's always somethingnew cipal.* Dr. Paul Graham, Dean of
coming out of Washington, the Evening; Division of Palm
h'.. D. C. Now' comes colored mon Beach Junior College will deliver

..;r,AVy.. r. .: t ..Y' i:: : qty\aar,o....... ..;_.. ey. Only the familiar dollar bill the graduation address. The exercises -
will retain Its color All
..2'i: : '. t.r y.' ; green start at 8:15 p. m.
L .. 'x.r: 1 other denominations will takeon
h -+A. r+F'u t I Valdictorian for the class oil
The Canal Point I a new brilliant hue. graduation night is always the student -
Church Chairman
Committee
Baptist ; Purchasing fill are being placed on the Church i t
has completed plansfor, the build D. P. Hughes Chairman; Furnishings I grounds. The actual constructionwill I I For instance, the Bureau' with the highest grades and' {
ing of some new Sunday School Committee, J. S. Atkins, Engraving and Printing says, 'this year Miss Ila Mae Smith of :
roomfe. The Committees for the Chairman; Construction ,Commit i be started real soon. that $5 bills may be printed on Canal Point is recipient of that ;
various,phases of the work are as tee R. J. Maxson Chairman; The estimated cost of the new blue paper, $lO's on red paper, honor. Salutatorian is always the :
follows: General Chairman, Grady Treasurer, A. T. Holt, Receiving I building is $35,000.00. C. A. Coneis '$20 on yellow, $50 on orchid anal student with second highest gradesand f
T ,"Echols; Plans Committee, Jame Clerk, W. S. Cross. }! the Architect. He has completed $100 on orange.In another' Canal Point girl-Mine ': .
Gibson, Chairman; Grounds Committee 1 The Building Permit has been the blue prints, including the details the country weekly newspaper Glenda Mae Sears- :'won that honor ,
J. H. Bordeaux, Chairman; issued by the Palm Beach County of construction. The Plans' business we will probably -
Finance Committee, J. G. Weeks, Zoning Board. The trees,which had call for a complete air conditioa-'I continue to see our fair share of Principal Henderson said that t
Chairman; Legal Committee, Alton to be removed are being taken ing system, caring for both the greenbacks.' However, we are the ,Senior class is made up of 61
I I W. Jones Chairman; Publicity down by J. G. Weeks and his crew cooling and heating needs of the I living and hoping forthe day candidates for graduation but;;a "
i Committee, Mrs. Paul Rardln, ,of workmen. :Many cubic :yards of entire building. when we handle one or two of firm list cannot be released un'[jl
'" I those orchid and orange colored June 2, when final examination 1

{ I bills. ports are recorded. Two or:.threeof t
Maybe They Won'tSplit Achievement Day
Little. League Aid the Seniors are on the borderline I
The Big Lake I, Attended By Clubbers and.may not ,make, graduation. .j

The'county-commission was op- Fully Appreciated Twenty-one 4-H Club boys .and I Will Lights[ ..SJay. I ., -he. Class said., night,exercise are,- scheduled ; t.,

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'i. will keep Lake: Okeechobee within Pahokee :little -LeagueBaseball v members of the Paholtee 4-H Club! Canal Pt? on ute night of"June'6/It is at'.thfstime "' ,'
its boundaries despite threatening has started the season off with full attended the County AchievementDay that cIaS? awards are handed I
legislative action to divide the'lake Meeting Saturday, May 20 in out to the deserving students. ]
cooperation from the city and the After enjoying street lights for Many fine awards will be made ,
between several bordering countys.A the Mounts Building in West Palm OT
letter to the commission from entire community. The city helped Beach. several years, it may seem a little that night, the principal said. The {
Rep. Emmett Roberts, said the bill by hauling the clay, for the park, I 4-H Boys Clubs participated in rough to residents of Canal Point exercises start at 8:15 p. m. !
to split up the lake had been approved which was donated along with ma- parliamentary procedure contests. to go back plodding their way The Baccalaureate Sermon will, ',\
by a house committee and terial for back stop. The following Separate meetings were held for around after night in the dark. It I be delivered this year by Rev. I
sent to the floor. Roberts said he people have donated their servicesto both boys and girls councils. Following I I could happen, you know. Charles .Stewart of the Canal
believed the bill would be beaten if complete the City Ball Park: the close of the business For several years the Canal Point Baptist Church and the sermon -"
.it came to a floor vote. Claude Padgett, Marvin Cowart, meetings the clubs members were Point Lions club has acted us will be heard by the Seniorsin
The commission also took cognizance Ernest Maxwell, Louis Mims, A. E. invite to "Splash Party" held at agents for the Florida Power and the First Baptist Church in Pa
of the fact that a companion Early, Leonard Maxson, G. T. Mur- the Lake Worth Casino. Light Company and collected: hokee. A capacity house of friends
senate bill will probably never I phy, David Unwin, J. C. Blanton enough free will offerings to keep and parents of the Seniors is expected -
get,out of committee hearings since Shirley Brothers, City of Pahokee, Glades the lights burning. The deadline is for the sermon which will I
Z I i there will not be time in the closing Kilgore Herman Kautz Mrs. Jack I Boys, Girls June 30th. After that out go the be delivered on the night of June I I
hours of the current legislative Vandegrift, Coco-Cola Jerry Gold, lights if the bill isn't paid. 4at8:1hp.m: J \
U t' : session. .._ Boe's, W. M. Weathers, D. H. Collier Go To Short Course4H An open letter from the Lions ,
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Paul Younger, G. M. A.
Olson club is printed below:
E. Funderburk. Buddy Ramsey, T. This year, as in, the past the New Road. Idea. Sent \
1 Funeral Services A. Glass, Jerry Frier, T. E. Brooks, I State Short Courses are to Lions Club of Canal Point is spon-I
R. W. Bussy, F. E. Gfflis, Richard be held June 12 thru 17, girls are to soring their annual Street Light To Stat Road Dept.A
For S. F.Lowery Funderburk, Billy Weathers and I attend classes at Florida State Fund Drive. All the money to .
:_ Florida Power & Light Company.The University in Tallahassee and the maintain street lights must be in
following citibens donated boys are to go to the University of by June 30th. delegation from Pahokee .!
: :': "., Funeral services were held at 2 cash contributions: Clifford Johnson Florida in Gainesville. This an- The Lions are the agents only. headed by M. I. Keen and includ- !
, j. .' q:", 'clock'yesterday (Thursday) Bill Weather's, Bolton's Rex- nouncement was made by Miss Keeping the lights on is up to you. ing members of the city commis- !
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r o ; i.. afternoon for S. F. Lowery, 65,' of .all Drugs, Cleve Cruthird Roy Meriam Lo.Pinto"Mrs. Laura Bur- you may donate your contributions sion, won county support Monday i'i i
; : Pelican Lake who died Monday Thompson, Jack's Service Station gard, Raleigh Griffiths and John : at any of the following places: for road improvements in that 1
I night, in the local hospital after a Lake, Okeechobee Farerm's Causey, County Assistant Agents Hook's Grocery Glades community.The I
'-.-: long Illness. He was a field' foreman Co-Op. Hugh H.* Branch, Inc., who will accompany the young Sears Hardware group presented a petition' : !
4 for the U. S. Sugar Corporation Everglades Growers, Big Lake people along with their leader rep- Canal Point PharmacyOr signed by some 300 Pahokee residents ,
and had lived iq this area for Store, Glades Market, L. ,L. Shirley resentative. Twelve boys and by contacting Albert Fremd or calling on the State RoaT I f- t
.. 23' years, coming. here from Dublin Beverly's 'Inc., J. W. Brown, twelve girls were chosen to attend Grady Boynton._ Department to provide an adequateand .
I Ga.' Lewis Friend, Dn R. Long, Perry these courses on the basis of their _. R:.. safe ,highway through Paho
Services were held In the Carol Duke, W. O. Moss, Glades Mercantile leadership participants and Junior Red Cross kee.Keen "' .
Baptist church with Rev. achievements in 4-H Club work.
Point Crews Super Market, Boe's.Dan told the commission. that a z
Charles D. Stewart,in charge. Burial Carpenter, 'Lfeonard Dob- Chosen from the.Glades area for Has Final Meeting four-lane road was needed in the "
was at Port Mayaca cemetery.He row, F. G. Gillis, J. P. Herring, the third year. Miss Janette Har- Pahokee business district. 1
: was a member of the Canal I Herman Kautz, M. L Keen, Julian rington hsa been awarded the State The Junior Red Cross of the The county board, at the suggestion '
?Point Baptist Church, the Every Branch, Lloyd Hundley Ralph scholarship given by the State Department Glades Area held their final meet- of Commissioner Paul Rardin
glades Masonic Lodge No. 211, ands Johnson, Dr. E. J. Graham, J. V. of Agriculture. She is ing of the School year Thursday, accepted the petition and instructed .
r Woodmen of the World. Thomas, J.. H. Wilkinson Jr., also president of the Palm Beach May-18 in the Lake Harbor School that it be forwarded to the.
, t ,Surviving are his wife, Mattie, Henderson DisL Co., Western 4-H Girls 'County Council and will i building at which time Janice State Road Board with concurr- -
of'Pelican Lake; two sons, Thora- Auto George Tucker, A. J. Gamot, represent the Comity at the State Chancey of Belle Glade was elected aiice of the, county.
;':as, Lowery of Moore ,Haven and Eugene Laks, Doris Sasser, Glades Council Meetings., Other members president. Other officers electedat ( ,
; :Louis Lowery of Belle Glade; three Truck Stop, Kahn's Dept- Store chosen from this area are: Ann this time were: :Mike Elliott of SPECIAL SEEWClE:4Baccalaureate : \
i : -daughters; :Mrs. Juanita Bracewell Webb Pell. Potieete-Hatton Clinic Murray Belle Glade; Helen Zwicke, Pahokee, vice president; Patricia : Services for all : I
Pahokee; Mrs',Mary Hughes,cfBelle W. F. Tills Frank Friend, Milton Bean City; Karla Mansfield and Salvatore of Chosen, recording the Catholic Children of.Pahokee, : "
Glade;Mrs.: ,Johnnie Meeks.ofFolsom Salvatore, Herman Magrill, Daphne Henderson both of South secretary; Lodus Gray of Canal Indiantown and Clewiston will beheld : .
.. )! La.; one brother," .C. C. Dick, Parrish, Joe: Thompson' ,'M. Bay; Lynn Nicely of Pahokee; and Point; recording secretary; and :May 28th., 6 p. m. in the St. : 1
Lowery, Macon, Ga.; 13 'grandf P.: Stanley,-'Jimmy Mills L. P- Mike Mansfield of South Bay Molly Thomas of Lake Harbor, Phillips Catholic Church in Belle .
f ,f children, one greatgrandchild.. Duke, Cities.Service Station, Rob- Mrs. A. R. Harrington of Canal treasurer. Mrs. Helen Hartley of Glade and High Maas will be of- : !
ert C.. Hatton. Vandegrift-Win- Point has been selected as a leader West Palm Beach Junior Red fered. Following these services
t' ; A Mrs A. It. Chastan' was a'buai- tams Farm, IRe.: Leo Maxwell, Mtl- representative to accompanythe Cross director for Palm Beach the graduates win be guests at a* j
I :ness visitor in Salt Springs several ten'Do ugJ *,.Dr. R. CL'Laae, Four girls and the County Agents toTa. County, installed toe .newly elect dinner at the Clewlston Inn in,'
fi' .days. ,this,week.. ... ...r (Ulrll.. .... fit, '. ....It !lrrtee.' -.; ed officers.t ",.,*'. Clewiston. -
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The Rardin Building In Point FloridaTHE I--.
Canal .=: =W".-rSUBSCRIPTIONS- -

LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF are due if your I SPARE ROOMS for rent? If you OFFICES FOR RENT in the Wro-

name label shows you to be m have one, get in touch with this ten Building on Bacom Point

.! 7 THE EVERGLADES: NEWS arrear on payment., Send along newspaper and insert' a $1 classi- Road in Pahokee. You may have
that $2.00 payment now and we ified ad. It will get results. All ads I any number of the five'vacant offices -

Serving the Lake Okeechobee Fanning Region Without will continue to send you this great payable in advance.The Everglades i .,Rent reasonable. Phone 7683.

Interruption: Every Week for More Than 30 Years palladium of the family fireside. News, Canal Point, Fla. .1

Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday The Fla.Everglades News, Canal Point, I 1 I SAMPLE COPIES of last week'sedition I WHEN Beach SHOPPING visit the new in Mary West Carter Pam

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance I of The Everglades News Paint Store on the Dixie Highway

APARTMENTS are needed by were mailed in Canal Point and 2 blocks S. of Southern Boulevard.We .
The News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn
Everglades
many folks coming into this area new subscriptions will be welcomed have a $2 sample can of our
Canal Point,.Florida, as Second Class Matter to earn a living. Do you have one this week. Just $2.00 for a year wonderful liquid Glass Enamel for.

"Paul Rardin -, = Owner, Editor, Publisher for rent? Tell them and the world will keep you informed of happenings each Canal Point visitor who men
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.. through a $1 classified ad in these in this area. tions this advertisement. 4212 S.

columns. Send along ,a description Dixie, West Palm Beach. Ctc ..
RUBBER HOSE :More than a
of the apartment and a $1 bill and
Here Is What Transpired At Monday's.Meeting we'll do the rest. The Everglades million feet in stock prices below I FOR SALE: Two bedroom CBS

Of The Palm Beach News.. Canal Point, Fla. I .jobbers costs, garden hose and in- duplex' apartment house, $16-
dustrial hose for every service. 500, FHA': financing available, ,

FOR SALE: New and used Willys Suction, fire, air, water, irrigation, $800 down plus closing costs. Jul-

County .Oommission I Io Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage spray. HOSE REMNANTS, MILL ius Moon, 256 N. Flame Ave., Pa ,

.in Belle Glade,'Phone 3058. ENDS. Couplings of all kinds. AN hokee. i M25od
OJ Oct. 17-64-ch. INCH OR A MILE. AMAZON ___ .J

The county commission this week horsemanship activities for theyouth HOSE & RUBBER CO. 3946 N. BACKYARD BARBECUEMr.

voted to lease a 14acre'plot off of the county.He PLUMBING SERVICE! If you Miami Ave. Phone PLaza 44566. and Mrs. Lewis Hayes of r

State Road 7 for use as a site"for said Boy Scout groups, 4-H need a plumber just step to the 7-14-Pd. Canal Point entertained with a '-

rodeos and horsemanship exhibi- club members and other youth phone and call H. W. Scrape in back yard barbecue Monday nightat

tions.M. groups do not have adequate facUlties Pahokee at Phone 7547. Septic VACATION TIME is just around their home in honor of her birthday -

: A. Rogers, Delray Beach, appeared to learn horsemanship.The tank cleaning, field tile work. We the corner. Before you take off, anniversary, guests other than :
before the commission to object of the Posse, he said, sell water heaters, pipe fittingsand I how about dropping a check for I I the immediate family were: her t
request use of the land. He said the is to pass on to the youngsters the do all kinds of repair work. $2.00 in the mail for your 'I mother, Mrs. Ada Taylor and his '

Palm Beach County Sheriff's .knowledge with the 40-member H. W. Scrape, Pahokee phone tion to The Everglades SUbsCriP-1 brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and

Mounted Patrol, a non-profit corporation mounted patrol has and to sponsor 7547. M26pd.$2000NeededByGulf I nal Point, Fla. Mrs. Johnny Holland of Canal k

wished to obtain use of junior rodeos and other, such activities -I L ---- Point, also his parents, Mr. and

the land to promote riding and I for charity.Liquor I gins the annual Boy Scout fund- Mrs. Pete Brookshire and daughterMiss
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Hilda all of Pahokee.
raising drive and their 'help was Hayes .

Pahokee Group In I Hours Stream Council Board,needed to reach their quota of -
Up HOLY NAME SOCIETY

General Meeting.The W. A. (Pop) Reynolds $2,000. Installation of the officers of \
Duncan Padgett reported the the Name of St.
Before Board introduc-I Holy Society
Again ed the guest speakers at '
J general meeting ,of the scrap metal drive had netted $150 Marys and St. Phillips Catholic
Womans Missionary: Union of the day luncheon meeting of and most of it had been used to Church will be held May 31 the ;

First Baptist Church 'in Pahokee A change in regulations setting hokee Lions Club, Boy Scout Executives pay for liability insurance on Glades Park in Canal Point.

was held Wednesday, May .IT: in hours for the sale of liquor in areas ,of the Gulf Stream Council Troop Bus number 628. \
the Church. The Junior Girls Auxiliaries outside municipalities and under Boy Scouts of America, they were: James Vann, past president was r

were their guests t'tbe control of the county, is being con- Howard Campbell: of West Palm in charge of the busines and inducted -
sidered Beach, GSC,finance chairman who the new member Gene '
r family night supper. Following by the County Commission.
supper the G. A. Girls and their Request for such a change was gave the. Lions a brief history of Bradley into the Club. GOOD BUYCORNER
the Boy Scout Movement.. A new mi m mm
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leader, Mrs. David Unwin presented made by a supper club operator
charter for Troop 628, which is FUND IS SHORT
the program entitled "Steward- 'whose place of business is locate1n $ LOT
ship". the outskirts of Belle Glade. sponsored by.the club,was presented Mrs. Duncan Padgett, secretaryof
to R. B. Simonson, chairman of the Pahokee Chamber of Com-
After the program Mrs.: Joe, The operator asked the commission 100 x 135 FEET
the troop committee, by Paul Luce, advises the that the
Thompson President of the WMU.I to rescind a resolution adopted merce, public IN BELLE GLADE*
GSC field executive and he also Fourth of July Fire Works Fundis
in 1952 where hours of
,presided over ,a.short business ses opera-
,tion'were set at midnight on week- presented membership cards to several dollars short of their
sion. The next meeting will be held C. A. BAILEY $
committee members R. B. Simonson -
June,21 and the Lottie Moon Circle days and 1 a. m. on Saturday. j I '
% W. ,Reynolds and Louis goal.Mr. -- REAL ESTATE
The said the
when
will. be in charge of the program. petitioner I t
:Mims.W. and Mrs. Skip Foster of
'resolution it had been
:Meeting was closed by Mrs. E. B. was adopted, PHONE WY 6-3084
Gamble with a prayer. done with the idea of establisi'ing .- A. Reynolds announced to Jacksonville visited Rev. and Mrs. *
standard closings for all liquor the members that this week be- Charles D. Stewart Monday night. ot+H'r'.4+

houses in the Glades. Since that
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
? time he said, new hours permittinglater ,
REGISTER FICTITIOUS
1 closings have been adoptedby
t NAliffi South Bay and Pahokee.
Notice is. given that the
hereby The commission instructed its 'I.I
undersigned, under the provisionsof
attorney to compile all information
:' Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, in connection with the request and
.; Acts of 1941 will register with the %
to review resolutions
closing adopted -
.. Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and I '
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by the commission and to make <
t. for Palm Becah County, Florida, N : ,
a report to the board at its next .
receipt of proof of Publication rffE' "
upon regular meeting. % :1. 1
i ,of this notice, the fictitious .'
In other actions the board:
name, to wit:
t Voted to'grant the.Florida Power !
GLADES ENTERPRISES, INC. !
and Light Company an ease- .
under which we are engaged in .
Business at,Canal Point,,Florida: ment for construction of a power _
line in areas between Delre.y
: That the parties interested in
Beach and Boynton Beach.
: Bald business are as follows:
Heard that a conference scheduled -
; George Tucker, Jr., President, .
Friday result in court ac.
Harold B. Wilkinson, Vice Pres, I may
tion which-will allow the county to J ,
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R. O. Shackford, Sr. Sec-Treas. I A
clear a U. S. Highway 1 right of
Canal Point, County of PaLn _
I in Beach to
Beach Florida, :May 18, 1961. way Boynton permit ,
'" opening construction bids on the
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Firm Name: Glades Enterprises,
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road improvements late in June.

:Inc.Box 466Canal Received a request, ,. .:from Ocean WE PAY YOU TO DO IT !

Point Florida. Ridge for right of way necessaryto

Pub.:: May 19, 26. June 2. 9. 1961 :construct a' ,turn-out at.' the."intersections Here at the Friendly Everglades Federal we pay you to save money. We
of State Roads .804aadA1A I
,. to break up,a''tiaffie'bottle'* pay you at the highest rate in South Florida 4 percent per annum

I -fH < neck.State The request was sent'to the Then; too, your money is safe. It is insured by an instrumentality_of the
Road Department request
FOR SALE that,the proposed 'improve- federal government. Each account is insured up to $10,000-00.)
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ments be studied. -
ABOUT 660 ACRES
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PAID
Partly !Improved Wife \ %%. ON ,
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$; $125.00:() per Acre ; :Gene Dixon arrived-In Canal E e-
Point:Friday and*win spend-a part. !
; :. ,BOB,. ,''CALL OR WRTEBGt a!''his :thirty day leave with his Everglades Federal Savings & Loan .

Sill J.Bailey; J' : Mother., :Mrs Hattie 'Dixoa and
.. .' :two:brothers and sister, :James, :ASSOCIATION '

or C A.''BaiJ y: : Paul.and:Kay.Eels serving the, SAVINGS INSUBSD UP'TO $1oGoo.BT FHDBRAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE ASSOCIATIONS

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Harold and Alan Jones of Clew- Hooks Celebrate -I DR. SEARS TO VISIT t

iston were the weekend house Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Sears; Jr., 'I
II PERSONAL NEWS NOTES I guests of their grandmother, Mrs.C. Wedding Anniversary and daughters, Cindy Becky and tt
B. Jones in Canal Point. Angie of West Point, Miss., are expected J''
Mrs. C. G. Coburn of Port'May- Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Hooks of to arrive in Canal Point i i
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aca entertained Sunday at Sunday and will be the I
Cleo Brooks, Canal Point painter Mrs. L. P. Tuberville of Canal being hospitalized in West Palm their home with a dinner in honorof I guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs. !1!

and decorator, will leave next Point underwent. appendectomy Beach for the past week., their wedding_ anniversary. H. H. Sears ,Sr. \I I'I II
week for a vacation visit -in California Monday night in Everglades :Me- Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Parker were Guests attending other than close I
I with friends and relatives.He morial Hospital in Pahokee. the guests of Mrs. Parker's mother neighbors were: her brother-in- I

plans to be gone for. about Mrs. Sadie Wilson of Miami wan Mrs. Groover in West Paint law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : \.
,, three weeks and will make the trip the weekend house guest of her Beach Sunday.Mr. Bass of Belle Glade, their son-in- \
by car. uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Jr., law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. BUY and SELL ;;1
Mrs. C. W. Connally accompanied Wilson in Canal Point. Sunday and Terri were visitors in Delray Bob Harris and sons of West Para i
by Mr. and Mrs. Bolland of afternoon she was accompaniedback Beach Thursday.Miss Beach and their son John Howard ii i REAL ESTATE t

Coral Gables were Sunday guestsof to Miami by her niece Miss Sammie Lee Lanham of Koold anda friend, Bob' Cature of WITH CONFIDENCETBRU
her daughters and families, Mr. Francis Ruth Calhoun also of Mi. Miami was the guest of her par Miami.
and Mrs. J. S. Chastain and Mr. ami who had been the house guest ents Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Lanhamover .
and Mrs. Ray,Singletary In Paho- for the past week of,her grandparents the weekend.
Mrs. S. A. Nall Bill J. Bailey
accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Weeks. ,
kee. < Mrs. G. H. (Duke) Tucker, Sr., her
daughter, Mrs. James Gibson
Mrs. Edna Brandon of West Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Santee had of Canal Point left last Saturday and daughter, Jamie all of Canal or C. A. Bailey
Palm Beach and her sister,' Mrs I as their recent house guests 'her by plane for Huntsville, Texas, Point
were Saturday guests of her
Walter Home of Tampa were [son and daughter-in-law Mr. and where she will be the guest for brother BELLE GLADE, FLA.
and-sister-in-law, Mr. and
weekend of her son and Mrs. John Ogle and son Steve of
guests several weeks, of her daughter, Mrs. Harry Cross in Ft. Lauder- PHONE 'IT 6-S081 I lI
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ft. Pierce. Dr. Dorothy Tucker. dale.
Gene Waits in Pahokee.Mr. Mayor and Mrs.Duncan Padgett Mrs. 'John Daughtrey and son I : : :1111111111:11

and Mrs. J. F. Kirk, Sr., of accompanied by their niece, Miss Jody of Canal Point are spendingthis

j West Palm, Beach were Friday Becky Grimes were week end week visiting relatives in >ffi i :ystiritt8firic
luncheon guests of her brotherinlaw guests of their son-in-law and Kissimee.
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. W.. daughter,Mr. and :Mrs.Albert Gar- .. .

Ammons.Mrs. cia and family in'Tampa. ENTERTAIN YOUNG PEOPLE I
Porter Edgeman of Ft. Mr. and Mrs. J.'I*.McCall of Ca- Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Atkins and GLADES ENTERPRISES
Lauderdale: was the house guest nal Point left Sunday for a three Mr. and Mrs. James Gifford entertained -
last week of Mrs. Adaline Stuckey.Mrs. weeks vacation with their son and the Junior Departmentof tI I
W. G. Lowe of Canal Point daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. the Canal Point Baptist Sun- c (INCORPORATED)

and her house guest, her daughter James McCall and family in Cham- day School and also the Young
Mrs. W. L. Geiger of West Palm blee, Ga.Miss Peoples Choir Saturday night at Offering A New Piling and Pile Driv-
Becah were Sunday visitors in Jeanine Mock of Gainesville the Community Building. Games

Okeechobee.Mr. Florida, arrived Thursday to were played on the grounds and hot ing Service To The EvergladesNo
and Mrs. Lou Lombard and visit several days,with her parentsMr. dogs, bottled drinks, potato chips,
daughter Lsia returned to their an&.Mrs. Rupert Mock. toasted marshmallows and rf
home in Miami Monday after I Mrs.,Phillip Maxson and daughter sherbert were served. In additionto cups matter what your needs in piling, just give usa i'

spending the weekend with her Jana of Canal Point visited relatives the Junior Department and ring at 7940 and we will 'be ready to take care of
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Miller -. for several days this weekin
members invited Mrs.F. wants. We
Choir were your have piling, green or lightwood,
in Canal Point. Gainesville.Tom .
F. Burr, Rev. and Mrs. C. D. for needs. You'll find
your our prices reasonable.Give .
Bob Colby of Clearwater wag D. Mullin of Canal Point Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Cow-
the weekend guest, of Mr. and Mrs. left Sunday for Ocala to open up art and Mrs. Paul Rardin. us a.call if you are planning a building.
Lewis Friend; the ,J. W. Brown Brokerage Com- .. .Im
pany office on Monday. HHS: -: HHHfrWFree : : : : : I : : : : t 1 1 f: 1 : 1 : : 1 : :.
Reunion At
Arnold Barad of West Palm Family
Estimates Cheerfully Given
Beach was a business visitor Elmer Maxson HomeA

FOR SALE Thursday in Canal Point and Pa- X+ : : : : : M4-H4: H: : : H : : : : : : ;
hokee. family reunion was held at
PASTURE FARM LAND Miss Nancy Thomas and Bob the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Glades
Enterprises
ACREAGE Meyer of Miami were Sunday visit- Maxson in Canal Point Sunday. '

BUSINESS LOCATIONS ors with Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Guests attending included her uncle;
Thomas.Mr. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hen- CANA POINT, FLORIDA

I See Bill J. Bailey and Mrs. Jack Wilson accompanied -: derson of Belle Glade, and, his OWNED AND OPERATED BY:
by his uncle and aunt, guests Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tiff-
,, at C. A. Bailey Mr. and Mrs...F. M. Wilson all of I any of.Resada..Calif., Mr and Mrs. George H. Tucker, Jr:, President

\ REAL ESTATE, Canal Point attended the funeral Ted .Hende 9n of Minn.,, and Mrs. Harold B. Wilkinson,Vice President. .r
; I service of Arnold Edenfield 69,May Mabel Stallard of Topeka, Kansas.
R. 0. Shackford
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Secretary-Treasurer
BELLE GLADE FLA. ,
23, at 3 p. m. in Ft. Pierce. Mr. Also her brother and his family,
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1 i Edenfield was a former resident of Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Parker and 1

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k :.') .: ..... Horizons are brightening. Vacation plans are percolating. and compare the prices ((18 Six and V8 Jet-smooth Chevies x tI

'-.: .->,,,: It's the most rewarding time of the year to stop by and are priced below comparable competitive models. ). B So

'1 I ;" talk buy with! your Chevrolet dealer. 9 And why not do now you know why more people are buying Chevies than CHEVROLET
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,; so proud of (Full Coil suspension and a chassisful of other now. See how easy it is to blossom out in a new Chevrolet? I
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Program For Year -
COACHES ARE ALVY EARLY AND MELVIN PUGH MeetingThe
The Canal Point_ Garden Club
FIRST GAME AT 6:30 P M. SECOND GAME AT 8:15 P. )L offers a prize each, year to two

J Pahokee Methodist Womans So- Date To Be Played At Sponsor SponsorR seventh grade students of the Ca- Canal Point Garden Club

ciety of Christian Service met 5-15-61 Pahokee Bank & Pioneer Farm Team nal :Point School, for the two best met Thursday May 18th at the

Monday evening in the Church to 5-15-61 Be1)e) Glade Duda & Royal ;Kilgore & 3-J Pony essays written on "Conservation". home of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wilson I

re-organize their circles for the 1R 5-18-61 South BayPahokee Duda & 3-JT Pony This year these prizes 'will be'. with Mrs Floyd Erickson as co- ....I

new year by drawing names, Mrs. 2 5-18-61 Bank & Royal Farm Team awarded to Nancy Harrington on hostess, Mrs. Carter president, pre (

Ralph Jolmson: vice president presiding 5-18-61 Belle Glade Kilgore & Pioneer Farm TeamR her paper of "Conservation of in- siding.

over the meeting. Followingthe 5-22-61 Pahokee Kilgore *"- Royal Farm Team sects" and to Jojo Young on her Mrs. Glenn Powell program I

drawing the new circles met 3 522-61 Belle Glade Duda & Bank Pioneer & 3-J PonyR paper of "Conservation". They chairman, introduced the guest I

separately to orj anize thcr groups 5-25-61 Pahokee Bank & Kilgore 3-J Pony & Royal were guests speakers at the May speaker, Mrs. Charles Stewart, who
and elect officei .'4 5-25-61 Belle Glade Duda & Pioneer Farm Team meeting of the Canal Point Garden presented a most interesting pr>- I

In a candle-lijht: ceremony the R 5-29-61 South Bay Bank & 3-J Pony Club. gram on "Conservation of Birds'*.
circles assembled for the annual 5 5-23-61: PahokeeBelle Pioneer. & Royal Farm Team She was assisted in her programby

WSCS pledge s.nvicea conducted I 5-29-61 Glade Duda & Kilgore Farm Team Daughter Of Former one of her third grade students,

by Mrs. O. D. Carpenter, assisted I R 6- 1-61 Pahokee Duda &:,Royal Kilgore & 3-J Pony Lucky Botzler'who read informa-
by Mrs. Vance Denton, Mrs. R. O. 6161 Belle Glade Pioneer & Bank Farm Team Residents Honored' tion of birds from his scrapbook.
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Johnson, Mrs. Jimmy Moore, Mw.: 6-12-61 Pahokee Bank& Royal Farm Team Mrs. Stewart concluded her program \

Arch Blakey, Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, 7R 6-12-61 Belle Glade Duda & 3-J Pony Kilgore & Pioneer Miss Gerry McRae, daughter of I J I by introduction of the two .

Mrs. R. F. Hurt, Mrs. J. W. Var.n 6-15-61 South Bay Pioneer & 3-J Pony Mr. and Mrs. M. Gerald McRae of winners of the Canal Point Garden

and Mrs. T. C. O'Steen. 8 6-15-61 PahokeeBelle Bank &: Duda Farm Team Morven, Ga., (former residents cf Club essays on "Conservation",

The Mary and Martha Circle 6-15-61 Glade Royal&: Kilgore Farm TeamR Canal Point and Pahokee) won th3 I I they were: Nancy.Harrington, who .

Meets on Monday at 10:00 a. m. 6-19-61 Pahokee 3-J Pony &: Royal Farm Team title,, of Georgia Number 1 Horns I read her paper: on "Conservation of
'(All Circles Meet on Third Mondayof 9 6-19-61 Belle Glade Duda &: Pioneer Kilgore & BankR Maker. Insects" and Jojo Young on "Con-

each month) Mrs. R. B. Simon- 6-22-61 Pahokee Royal & Pioneer Farm Team Miss McRae is a member of the servation." The young ladies are

son was,elected the new chairman 10 6-22-61 Belle Glade Bank &: 3-J, Pony Duda &: KilgoreR : senior'class of the Brooks County members of the seventh grade

along with, Mrs. Robert Hatton, 6-26-61 South BayPahokee Kilgore & 3-J Pony Senior High School in Quitman, class and are also 4-H Club mem-

vice chairman;' Mrs. William Hat- '11 6-26-61 Pioneer & Bank Farm Team 'Ga., and for the past four years bers of Canal Point Elementary
6-26-61 Belle Glade Royal&; Duda Farm Team<< worked toward this School.
%ton, secretary and publicity; Mrs. .. goal, thinking
W. S. Plumer, treasurer; Mrs. R 6-29-61 Pahokee Duda & 3-J Pony Bank & Royal and working in terms of Home Following the, program :Mrs. 1

Ralph Johnson, Spiritual life; Mrs.: 12 6-29-61 Belle Glade Pioneer & Kilgore Farm TeamR Economics Major and has combined Carter presided over the business

John Hatton, membership; Mrs. J. 7- 3-61 Pahokee Duda & Bank Farm Team I her talents in the arts and session and was presented a gift I,

L. Tyson Jr., hospitality; Mrs. 13 7361 Belle Glade Royal &: Kilgore ,Pioneer &; 3-J PonyR sciences in homemaking.On from the club in appreciation of

Louis Davis, bereaved;'Mrs. J. :M. 7- 6-61 South BayPahokee 3-J Pony & Royal April 21 the Home Economics her services as president the past I

Elliott, flowers; Mrs. Richard Nat 14 7- 6-61 Bank &: Kilgore Farm Team teacher accompanied her to :Ma- year. She closed the meeting by

sop, Sunshine. Other members: 7- 6-61 Belle Glade Duda & Pioneer Farm Team con, Ga., where she presented her reading the names of her special I

Mrs. N. R. Lemonds, Mrs. Hugh R 7-10-61 Pahokee Bank & 3-J Pony Pioneer &: Royal six minute talk on "Time Manage-I. committees. :

Branch, ''Mrs. Claude Morgan, :Mrs. 15 7-10-61 Belle Glade Duda & Kilgore Farm TeamPahokeeLitfleLeagueGames ment in the Home." ,This was the:?: Mrs. Susie Wilson of Chiefland I

E. A. Jensen, Mrs. J. T. Boyntonand I. Brooks County Regional Entry in I I I and Mrs. W. E. McCall of Canal (

Mrs. R. L. Hatton. the Literary Meet. Here she learn Point were guests at the meeting.

The :Margery Lair Circle meets ed she had ,won the State 'Award Mrs. Floyd Erickson assisted the ;

Monday 3:30 p. ,m. and the new and just had time to get to the hostess in serving refreshments. ;

officers elected were: Mrs. C. A. State meeting in Atlanta and receive I I !

Major, chairman; Mrs. Wilbur COACHES ARE: DOW McCLELLAND, LEON SPOONER, the award and ,to represent
Brown, vice chairman and pro- MARVIN COWART.-GENE BRADLEY AND her class as president of the FHA. Beauty PageantScheduledJune :

gram; :Mrs. C. M. Todd, secretary; ELLIS MURPHY Gerry's eight projects in reach-I 22-24 '

Mrs. Ronald Watson, treasurer; FIRST GAME AT 6:30 P. )i. SECOND GAME AT 8:15 P. M. ing her State degree included Sew- I

:Mrs. M. P. Holman life ing for her younger sister; study of
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1 Date To Be Played At Sponsor Sponsor SARASOTA An unusual talent
Mrs. R. J. Schroder, Christian social better use of leisure time and im-
R 5-16-61 Pahokee Civitan-Spencer Gressinger-Pioneer presentation will be one of the fea-
:Mrs. L.P.. Vann, proving her vocabulary.Aside .
concerns; 1 5-16-61 Belle Glade B. G. Lions Hatton RotaryWedg.R tures of the Miss Florida Pageant {
local church activities :Mrs. C. C. from the homemaking
; 5-19-61 at Sarasota June 22-24. It will bea
I Pahokee Hatton-Spencer Civitan-Pioneer I
she is A student' and is
Lemonds membership Mrs. Frank angel, an ,
; 2 5-19-61 Belle Glade Gressinger-Wedg. B G LionsRotaryR three-minute film of athletic ,
Friend, sunshine; and :Mrs. H.. J. outstanding in Art, and Music in
5-23-61 skills displayed Miss Lakelandwho
Pahokee by
Hatton-Civitan WedgworthPioneerRotarySpencer j
the Schools and in her community.
Anderson flowers. Other members
-.. 5-23-61 Belle Glade Gressinger-B G Lions : is being sponsored by the
3R After graduation she plans to enter I
of the circle :Mrs. Lula Barfield, t
t' 5-26-61 Pahokee Spencer-Gressinger Pioneer-B G Lions Lakeland Jaycees. ,
( Mrs. C. A. Shive,.Mrs. W. A. Reynolds 5-26-61 Belle Glade Abraham Baldwin Agricultural I Barbara is holder lie! Jworld's
Civitan-Wedgworth Rotary-Hatton Cooper of
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I Mrs. J. R:: York and Mrs R. 4R 5-30-61 College in Tifjton, Ga., for her fir t; ski Jump .._
: Pahokee record distance
ff I I Pioneer-Spencer HattonGressingerCivitanRotary then
,, W. two years .on to Florida ,State
;. Sanders I I 5-30-61 Belle Glade, B. G. LionsWedg.HattonPioneer for women, in addition to being a -
:', The :Mabel Simonson Circle also 1 I 5R University in Tallahassee.
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6261 Pahokee She also first
Wedgworth-Spencer beauty queen. won,
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meets at 3:30 m. Newly elected :
p. 6 6261 Belle Glade Gressinger-Rotary 1vitanIJonsR place in the women's slalom com- i
the "Personalaty Of The Week"column
officers are: Mrs. Thomas Hignite, I
6-13-61 Pahokee Spencer-Lions Rotary-Pioneer petition at the Dixie Water Ski
of the Quitman Free Press, ,
Chairman; Mrs. Arch Blakey, vice I 6-13-61 Belle Glade. Civitan-Gressinger: WedgHattonPioneerGressinger Tournament held at Cypress Gard-
7R May 4 1961. Edited in Quitman ;
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chairman and program; Mrs. G. W. .,
6-16-61
Pahokee Hatton-B G Lions : ens this year.Barbara .
Byrd, secretary; Mrs. L. B. Wilson, 6-16-61 Belle Glade RotaryWedgworthPioneerCivitan Spencer-Civitan Ga., and the young lady is the will present in her film I

treasurer; :Mrs. Ralph Stanley, hospitality 8R 6-20-61 Pahokee Hatton-Spencer daughter of Gerald McRae formerly examples of her skill at water ski- .!

Mrs. J. V. Thomas, spirit 6-20-61 Belle Glade Gressinger-Wedg. Rotary-B. G. Lions of Canal Point and BeryieThomas : ing and slalom performances as ,

ual life; Mrs. O. B. :McClure, sunshine 9R 6-23-61 Pahokee Civitan-Hatton WedgworthPioneerRotarySpencer of Pahokee, both are grad J z' well as her prowess in diving and
:Mrs. H. M. McIntosh flow uates of Pahokee High School
; 10 6-23-61 Belle Glade
Gressinger-B. G. Lions 'I
classes of 1939 and 1946. .I golf.Barbara
ers; Mrs. J. D. Rogers, bereaved. R 6-27-61 Pahokee B Lions-Pioneer SpencerGressingerCivitanWedgworth -- 352235, will water
Other members: Mrs. Joe Hatton, 11 6-27-61 Belle Glade RotaryHattonR ski at Cypress Gardens this sum-

Sr., Mrs. Nola B. Smith, Mrs. William 6-30-61' Pahokee Gressinger-Hatton Pioneer-Spencer Allstate Finances I I mer and hopes to enter Florida

,McClenithan, :Mrs., I. W. 12 6-30-61 Belle Glade. B. G. Lions-Wedg. Civitan-Rotary Driver Education State University in the fall.
Weeks Mrs. Frank Rozelle, Mrs. ,
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I R 7- 4-61 Pahokee Hatton-Pioneer

Emma Wheeler, and Mrs. L. W.:I 13 7- 4-61 Belle Glade GressingerCivitanB.Wedgworth-Spencer. G. Lions rTALLAHASSEErThe' State I I : Group I

Armstrong. R 7-. 7-61 Pahokee Wedgworth-Hatton Missionary
Pioneer-Rotaxy
j Gertrude Shirley Circle meets 3 I 14 7- 7-61, Belle Glade Gressinger-Civitan B G LionsSpencermy Department of Education has received

p. m. officers elected were: Mrs. _ a $3,000 driver education In General MeetingThe

James Vann, chairman; Mrs.'H. H. I grant from the Allstate Founda-
Hendrix. vice chairman and pro- Moore, secretary; Mrs. D. B.I WSCS Group Installs tion.Under provisions of the grant, general meeting of the
Watkins
treasurer Mrs.
; Milton
scholarships are being awarded to Womans
; Mrs. Duncan Padgett, sec- Missionary Society of
retary gram ; Mrs. E. O. Winch, treasurer Salvatore, membership; Mils. O. I In Pretty Ceremony high school teachers throughoutFlorida the Canal Point Baptist Church

; Mrs. T. C. O'Steen, spirituallife D. Carpenter, hospitality; Mrs. J. ---.; for summer driver education met Monday evening in the Chur- J
L. Reeves, flowers and Mrs. L. L.
; :Mrs. John Wilson, membership ; The Canal Point Methodist courses at three universities. ch. Mrs. W. S. Evans presented a

; :Mrs. M. P. Mitchell, Christian Shirley, sunshine; other members,.' Womans Society Of Christian Service Superintendent of Education"' program on "Christ For West ,

social relations; Mrs. R. F. Hurt, Mrs. Leo Wroten, Mrs. Gerald held their installation in an Thomas,D.Bailey accepted the gift Africa" assisted by Mrs. J. D. La

hosp'italityMrs.. E.'D. Sims, flow- King, Mrs. R. D. Apelgren, Mrs. impressive candlelight service from Roland .Hagedorn, AllstateFoundation tham, Mrs. Annie Jones and Mrs.
Melvin Spooner, :Mrs. E. H. (Hugo) Sunday the representative. More A. H.
ers; Mrs. Vance Denton, Sunshine; during evening worship Scruggs.Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux:
Hoe, Mrs. R. G. Whiteside and.Mrs. hour than 25 teachers will be
with granted
and :Mrs. Leo Maxwell, aid to be- Rev. Robert Shelley in closed the program with a prayer.

reaved. Other members of the cir- Marvin CowarL',, 1><1 i I ducting Mrs. L. I* Maxson as scholarships to summer sessionsat The meeting was ,then turned overto
cle include :Mrs. D. W. Cunningham 1 president; along'with Mrs. Osce- the University of Florida, Flor Mrs. J. D. ,Latham co-chairman

Mrs. Glenn Brower, :Mrs., M. Morgan Home Scene I ola Upthegrove, vice president; ida State and the University of who presided over the business In
I Mrs. W. E. Johnson Miami. Upon completion of the the absence of Mrs. Stewart. 7. '
L. Wright, :Mrs. Nannie Malloryand Of secretary;
Sorority
Party course, these teachers will become
Mrs. Pope Sears -
treasurer
Mrs. Claude Padgett.The f i ; Mrs. --4 .
C. L. Stuart certified driver education instructors -
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Meriam Circle also meatsat I secretary of Promotion
8 p. m. the chairman and, vic The Home'of Mrs. Wilda Morganin I ; Mrs. J. P. Parker, secretary in state high Schools.It 4-H Clubbers Have
Pahokee was the of is that all
scene al of expected scholar
chairman offices were not filled at Missionary Education; Mrs. D. Party And Games
luncheon honoring the members of: B. sh recipients will introduce new
time of this writing. Other officers Kepp, secretary of Christian Social
the Beta Phi Sigma Sorority's city I Relations driver education courses in their -
include Mrs. Howard Holman, secretary ; Mrs. W. K. Buchanan
council Thursday given by the out- of schools orexpand present facilities On May 18, the boys and girls of '
Secretary Student
and publicity chairman; going president, Mrs. Lois Whit! Mrs. R. A Work; during*, the next school term. Canal Point School had a 4-H par-
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Shelley,
:Mrs. Blake Dunson membership secretary of
; She presented a gift to each member Youth Work Mrs. ,- ty4. The party was conducted by
; E. F.
Mrs. John Zimmerman, treasurer; Mrs. Harrington, Mr. Threlkeldand
who served under her leader-! Mrs Barbecue
secretary of Children's Work Supper
and Mrs. Myers Fountain, sun- ; Mr.
Causey.
ship the past year. Mrs. Shirley: W. E. Blackwell ,
shine; other members, :Mrs. Ida Spiritual LCte; Celebrates Games
BirthdaysMrs. played were bowling,
presented her with a heart and star i Mrs. W. F. UnderbiD
.Larrimore, Mrs. R. C. Lane, Mrs. charm to be addedto, her'Beta Sig- Publications ,Literatureand scissors, necktie relay and clothespin
Carle Carley Watson, Mrs. Ernest ; Mrs. W. E. Me- J. D. Stacy of Bryant entertained directed
ma Phi charm bracelet on behalfof Call by Nancy Harrington
Maxwell, Mrs. Leon Spooner, Mrs. the council members. Mrs. Mor- Supply Work; and Mrs. El # with a barbecue supper r Ricky Parker, Jewell Sykes, I

W. D. Casto, Mrs. James Frick, gan assisted her daughter in the mer Relations Maxson, secretary of Public Friday Night honoring the birth Walter Webb, VIcki Haggins, Shirley ]

Mrs. O. D. Pugh, Mrs. John Pick- serving* at the luncheon. ::. days of her husband, J. D. Stacy Trett and James Conley.

ett Sr., ,Mrs. E. B. Justice, Mrs. .* and Mrs.,James Anderson of,BelleGlade. Refreshments 'of coca-cola and

Ruth Meredith, Mrs. Kyle Scott O. H., Chastain of Thomasvflle, Mrs. Ray Singletary her of Pahokeeaccompanied Those attending were: Mr. cookies were served by Sharon

and Mrs. J. G. Thomas Jr. Ga., left the Good Samaritan Hospital Doris Garrett by daughter Mrs. and Mrs. C. M, Johnson and family Johnson, Lodus Gray, Jackie
and
The Vena Mae baby d ughterKim of Bryant Mr. and:Mrs.James Anderson
Schroder Circle Monday for the home of his of West Palm Weeks, Dicky Stra er, Eldridge
..... meets at 8 p., m. and have elected brother, R. L. Chastain in Palm weekend Beach were and family of Belle Glade,I Kinsaul, Josephine Young and.Gail
.>. :the following new officers; Mrs. Beach for further medical care guests of her' son and Elder and Mrs. E. L. Johns and Reeves. -*,

; Jack Spencer, chalrman-Mrs. Jim- until he la'able to return home. daughter-in-law Charles Mr.. and Mrs. family and ,Elder and Mrs. L. F.I SANDY WEEKS <$

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i.: more harm than one's belief permits I and baby of South Bay; Mrs. Jeanie -

1 Evil thoughts, lusts, and .Davis; and' Miss Mary Hart
malicious purposes cannot go both of Belle Glade; Also Mrs.
forth, like wandering pollen, from Jessie Hughes of Bryant.
one human mind to another find- Remaining: Curtis Yeomans,
ing unsuspected lodgment, If virtue -. Miss :Mary Francis Barfield, Mrs.
l and truth build ra strong de- Mary Alice Kautz and baby, :Mrs.
fence." Vernelle Brock, Mrs. Ruby Bryantand
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;--r From the Bible will be read Mrs. Lillie Mae Turbeville all
E I these verses from I Peter (5):. "Be. of Canal Point; Harry White, Mrs.
.l..r sober, be vigilant; because your Elizabeth Dufresne, Miss Mary

_. adversary the devil, as a roaringlion Elizabeth Jinright Mrs. Minnie
: walketh about, seeking whom' Sue Raby, Miss Pamela' Jo King,
First Methodist The Church Christian I
Of God Science he may devour; Whom resist sted-i Dianne Hollon, Mrs. Mattie Deas,

{ Church, Pahokee Prophecy,Pahokee Group Of'Canal PointHow fast in the faith knowing that the i Mrs. Etta Viola Allen, Edwin R.
same afflictions are accomplishedin Wagnon and Mrs. Melba Louise

f{ Rev..T. C. O'Steen, .Canal Point Road individual rights are defended your" brethern that are in the Brooks all of Pahokee; Miss Janice
SUNDAY: John H. Kinard, pastor through spiritual perception of world." Yelvington Gene Jackson and Mr9.
8:45 a. m.-Church School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School God's complete power and wisdom Rita Ann Wolf all of Belle Glade.
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'*'. 11:00 a. m.-Mornlng. Worship 11:00 a. m.-Preal''htng'Service will be brought out at Christian EVERGLADES MEMORIAL -- .
t 6:45 m.-MYF Science churches this Sunday. Hospital CENSUS MAY 18-24
p. 7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service Alton.Jones of Canal Point way
: 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. Keynoting the Lesson-Sermon Discharged: Mrs. Cecil ,Mac a visitor in Lake Worth over the
f- >, TUESDAY: 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M.B. entitled "Ancient and Modern Nance and baby, Mrs. Louise De- weekend.
F 7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac Necromancy, alias Mesmarism and i vane, Mrs. Gloria Griffis, Mrs. Kay
Everyone welcome. Special muslo
. ticeWEDNESDAY and singing.The Hypnotism, Denounced" Is the Lewis and baby, and Mrs. Verline [ :
X : .-- Golden: Text from Proverbs (21):' Milton and baby and Mrs. Mamie!I 11111111111111111111111
r. 7:45 p, in.-Mid-week devotions "There is no wisdom nor understanding Gandy, all of Canal Point; John 28 ACRES
_, 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac- Methodist Church nor counsel against the Pickett Jrv Lem Sherrod, Mrs.
On.Short Cut Road
tice.Canal Lord. Dommie Bean, Fred Hickerson,
Canal Point FloridaRobert Lot of Money But Worth It
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:" Selections from "Science and 1 Mrs. Hilda Jensen Mrs. Violet
: Point First A. Shelley, Pastor Health with Key to the Scripture White, Master Tommie King, W. I. BILL J. BAILEYREAL
SUNDAY: by Mary Baker Eddy will include G. McCoy, and Lewis Vann all of ESTATE
I
,, ... ... Baptist Church 10:00 a. m.-church School (pp. 234, 235): "Evil thoughts and Pahokee; Mrs. Othel Adams of I Phone WY 6-3084 Belle Glade M
"'' ----- 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship I aims reach no father and do no I Okeechobee; Mrs. Ruby Firebough +H+: : : : : I : : : I : I I : : : : : I I-
1.'i Elder R.E.Barfleld 6:30 p. m. Youth. Fellowship
E f SUNDAY: 7:30 p. .-Evening Worship
( 10:00 a.m.-Sunday School MONDAY: "' WWr? ffl7yiff ]ffWffSiI i?? !JWtTO
;. 11:00. a. m. :Morning: Worship 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice 1
&1 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. TUESDAY. :* 1i
,8:00 p. .-Evening Worship 8:00p' 'm.-Woman's Society1st
WEDNDESDAY: Tuesday2nd LLThIftE1- >; .
r.l 7:30 p. m.-Mldweek: Prayer MONDAY: 1
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, Service 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting

'2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: WEDNESDAY: Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade
7:30
i 7:30 p. .-Ladles Auxiliary. p. m.-Prayer. Meeting
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Meeting.. ... SALES and SERVICE
Church .Of God, .1

: Canal Point : Barf ld Highway I Heating Air Conditioning Appliances I

1 Church Pahokee Florida I _
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I'' 9:45 A. M.-Sunday School I
R.v. Charles D. Stewart, Pastor 11:00 A. M.-Morning Worship
SUNDAY: 7:30 P. Evangelistic Service
9:45 a. .-Sunday'School 7:30 P.M.Tuesday-Prayer Meeting i. -,
11:00 ,a. m. Morntogf Worship
I' '. 6:30 p. m. Training Union. 7:30 P. M. Thursday Y. P. E., ( r

,- WEDNESDAY 7330 p. .-:Evening Worship ...... ."thosegood : .

: .' 7:30 p. .-Prayer Meeting. ,Holy Nativity : ., .
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I. Charles F. Crauswell, Pastor 11 a. m. Worship Service' S
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Phone 7528 P. O.Box 882 .
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SUNDAY SERVICES: St. Mary's Catholic I I .. -
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School.

11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. ChurchFather r. ..: ,,: .
6:30 Juniors.
p. m.-
. 7:00 p. m.-Sunoay Evening Francis Fennech,' Pastor -I :: S\- sf ( -5.s. -
. Evangelistic Service. Sunday Mass -11:30 a. m. .
WEDNESDAY: Confessions before Mass. -- -
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meeting. St. Peter Lutheran .1
I S "Where you, are a stranger but ;,,,, k1'i

'. \ once". -. Church, Belle Glade "" e -

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. First BaptistChurch 601 W. Lake. Rd., Belle Glade !
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F School 9:45 A. M. S \ i
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SUNDAY SERVICES: ..- S .I
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School I ( :;;: !
11:00 a. m,Morning Worship Phillip Maxson and daughter 4.. 1. 4: ,
of Canal Point were weekend
6:45 p.m. Training Union Kathy :
8:00 p. .-Evening Worship guests of his brotherinlawand I. I
WEDNESDAY: sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ponce McDonald r I I

8:(.J p. m. Prayer Meeting. in St. Petersburg. ,
} Farming.is different now. Profits depend on more

I -, irrrvjrirriririrrirrir V efficiency, with greater production per man, per acre' J

S ,and per machine. This calls for time-and-1abor saving ,

Monday Cattle Sales. ;' 'electricity. You'd be surprised how much of my work I

Kilowatt has taken' over and the cash
::7k Reddy. extra, ,; i

Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market Sa xf he's put in my pocket." ; f

'Which is owned and operated by more than 120 I I
,t Yes! the big difference in today's.Florida-rural scene "
Florida Cattlemen.You'll .
',.. is the ever-Reddy electric switch. On the farm and ink i
enjoy the.excellent service you receive here .
: : at,this Market We make an effort at all times to give your home, Reddy ,your willing,.tireless!"wired hand"

f. an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give us whose.low wages can't be beat.

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',; :: 'Page Bight one Brergiadefl News, Lanai Point, Florida FrIday May 26, 1961 i


Local Lions- Join in Some this program.125 boys are There participating are two

; Joint ]Installation Ceremony pony leagues sponsored by Royal'3

; July 4th EffortBrooks coached Pahokee by Melvin, coached Pugh; by and Bankof Alvy


'. :'. Henderson president ofthe Early.There are three little leagues

', ; :: Pahokee Lions Club met Mon- sponsored by Jack Spencer, coached -
Is Held Garden Clubs
;[. By day night with the Canal Point! by Marvin Cowart; Joe Hatton, t.

Lions Club and invited them to Inc., coached by Dow McClelland;
join the Pahokee 'Club on the 4th I Pioneer Growers, coached by Leon

p of July in a joint meeting and in Spooner.
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r.It' officer. I flower and :Mrs. Frank I. j
The Community Hall'at the designing; cooking and serving a barbecue There are two farm teams being
h;-;;- Glades Park in Canal' Point was Mrs. Frank Friend was Inductedas Wilson, hospitality. J chicken dinner (noon) on the Pa- coached by Gene Bradley and Ellis
,; the scene chosen by the Gardenit' the president of the Pahokee The Pahokee So .bZ13ters new, hukee Bc g Scot. Etcota %covads.P. J l K\1.c4t y, s c1iasACed by I3ti ;3-
Gwen Qub VustaStefcwYCo ) '
Clubs of Pabakee,and Canal Point per officers inducted were: Mrs., Ray A. Slonaker, outgoing presi- Branch Inc, and Pahokee Farms. t
T for their Annual Installation and were: Mrs.E. A.Jensen,vice presi- I Hatton, president; Mrs. Howard dent, presided,over the business The Concession Stand is being 1
dent and :Mr3.
chairman
", covered dish luncheon meeting I program ; and the club voted to join the Pa I operated by the Mothers of the
Holman vice Mrs. W.
f president;
L. L. Shirley, treasurer; Mrs. Annette -
f :,. May 16. hokee Club in the 4th of July meet player. The ice used in the conces-
".. McCurdy, recording secretary O. Moss, secretary; and Mrs. F. H. I
-:, May Day theme was carried outtf I ; ing. The club decided to put R.. sion stand has been donated by
and Mrs. Poteete, treasurer. '
; Lloyd Hundley -
in the table decorations, using notice in the local paper advising Hunter Ice & Fuel Company.
colored cloths and vivid colored hi- I corresponding secretary.Mrs. Orchid corsages were presentedto the public of the street light bill Thanks to everyone for makingthis
biscus. The speaker's table featured Friend asked each memberof the three new presidents, other' soon to become due and asking for: drive a complete success.

! '. a large Maypole with contrast- the club to plant, a floweringtree installed officers received corsagesof donations. Come out to see the games which

'. ing colored ribbons and miniature or following shrub during the vanda orchids and gloriosa by are played Monday, Tuesday,
, r' the installing officer. The
: dolls and hibiscus blossoms. corsageswere : Thursday and Friday nights of
t; The invocation new year and named the following I made by :Mrs. Lloyd Hundley Little League Aid- each week.
was given by '
members as chairman of her standing from flowers by Mrs. H H. .. .
&;. \ grown --
Introduced
Mrs. Howard Holman. .
Mrs. L. W. Armstrong '
_ .' committee: McIntosh. Gifts were given to Mrs. (continued from page 1)
;: Mrs. M. P. Hol- .
.: as guests were: .
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Showcase
. '" I birds and conservation; Frank Friend, re-elected president, Way Service Station, Glades EquipCo. Florida
:: man, Mrs. Joe Gill, Mrs. H. J. Bat-
Mrs. J. M. Elliott finance; Mrs.C. of the Pahokee Club and Mrs. Ker ., Pahokee Motors. Crowds
chelor, Mrs. Edna Pickett and Mrs. I .. L. Shirley, Sr., garden center; vin in appreciation of her installation Glades Chemical Co., Allen & Drawing
Tr. Ted' Wilson all of Pahokee; Mrs. -
Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, garden ther- services. J. L
", 1 I I Steve Miners, Ralph Grimes; TALLAHASSEE The Florida
Ivan Van'om., Mrs. H. P. Hal-
apy; Mrs. W. S. Plumer hospitality The following members of all I Tyson, Bill Jones, W. H. Vann &
r4;: brook and Mrs. Wilma Warren of r ; Mrs. C. M.: Todd communications three clubs who were in charge of! Co., C. S. Davis, Carl Waites, U. L.I Showcase, in New York's Rockefeller -

r Belle Glade; Mrs. Martell, Canal I ; Mrs. O. R. Bleech, special the ,decorations were: Mrs. Paul i Zee J. S. Barwick, Roy Browning,!I ler er, recently staged a.high-
:;- Point; Mrs. Larsen and Mrs. Rosa : committees( aitd parliamentarian Rardin Mrs. C. L. Shirley, Sr.,; Richard Nason, Canal Point Pharmacy ly successful fruit and vegetable

belner of Royal Palm Beach 'l.adM'n. cd Mss. S.' .Fla&t sc pboo I ...3 rnnr :fiend ? Dl"D7.J4 Dl: m. C 'Young; Sears ''ex&l&l&jet by seeming Iced w4&*'-
'- Keen Stouter, of Loa Anget. Mrs. Doris Carter was installed! Powell, Mrs. R.. W. Sanders and Texaco Station Sears Hardware. ,melon to visitors to the exhlbltJo.7.I .
>.,.'?. lies,CaKfottrfa."Mrs. as president of the Canal Point Mrs. Floyd, Erickson. Serving on l Osceola 'UptlzegrqveHooks Grocery -j I Co-sponsored by the' Florida

i-..' "M. C. Carter, re-elected Garden Club? other officers Inducted the hospitality and dinner arrangement -'I[ G. L. Laxvham S. M. Jones, Fruit and Vegetable Assoctattonand
president of the Canal Point Garden -: were: Mrs. Glenn Powell, committee were: Mrs. Lester Gold-Dobrow Theatre, Idella 'Mc-l the Florida Development Commission -
:: Club, thanked her club members -I vice president and,program chairman Hand, :Mrs. F..H. Poteete, Mrs. J. Michael, :Mike Sanders Harold I the free melon treats were
34; for their splendid cooperation ; and Mrs. F.M.Wilson, treas L. Tyson Jr., and Mrs. H. S. Ep I Wilkinson Jones Hardware. Other provided by Florida melon growers
'. the past year, also that the urer. Mrs. Carter named the following stein. The table setting committeewere citizens of our community donated I and shippers. New York radio stations -

: Bazaar held:last year had netted as chairman of her com- : Mrs G. H. Tucker, Sr., Mrs.J. .II through the Rotary Club who and newspapers were used in
: $300 and was being used for beautification mittees: Mrs. Paul Rardin, membership E. Williams Mrs. Glenn Powell. contributed $200.00. 1 the promotion, inviting New York-*

of the Canal Point Park. I ; Mrs. Alma Burr, Birds and :Mrs. Floyd.Erickson.- The cash donations of $875.00. ers to drop in at the Florida ShowCase
J Mrs. E. A. Jensen, Program : conservation. ; Mrs. Ruby Tucker Cn received. Expenditures to date areas see all the exhibits and havea
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chairman of the Pahokee Club, for: ways and means, books and Mrs. Joseph Powers of Ft. My-: follows: slice of cold melon from the Sun-
the new year asked for program library; Mrs. James Miller, horti- ers accompanied by her son and! $249.28 Bleachers I shine State.
;=;' suggestions to be used in the new culture;' Mrs. Rachel Harrington, daughter-in-law, Mr. And Mrs i $429.21 Electrical wiring and! Florida, along with Texas and

;:.. year and introduced the guest I telephone and publicity; Mrs. Charles Powers of,Cocoa were the lights Georgia, is one of the nation's
'..... speaker, Mrs. James Kervin new II Floyd Erickson, roadside improve- Sunday guests of her father, Washington -' $" 24.00, Laying Blocks for .con- leading commercial watermelon
district director of West Palm ment; Mrs. Jane Stringari, garden 'HaU and 'her brother 'and cession stand states. Traditionally the melon

;;. Beach, who also acted as installing I therapy; Mrs. Hazel Chastain sister-in-law and Mrs. P. E.. 157.33, Equipment and Suppliesfor crop begins in extreme south Florida -
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"..\ Hall in Bryant. concession stand. and moves up the peninsula.
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