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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: June 2, 1961
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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I. .' Bryant t Post Office Is Pahokee Rev.-BaptistsCall ColvardThe Baccalaureate Sermon



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I. Branch Of Canal PointS 1 hokee has First called Baptist Rev.Chrch Guthrie of Pa-W.i Scheduled Sunday Nite

Colvard of Gastonia, N. c., to fill I
the pulpit which has been vacant
since the resignation of Rev.,
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On Thursday, I, the New Bulk James Boyd who moved to Lake
June Bryant Plant For Special Film For The annual Baccalaureate sermon -
Clark Shores West Palm ,
\ Post Office became near I
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part of the Canal Point Post Of-i American Oil Co. Beach The new pastor will ,deliverGUTHRIE Everybody By Lions to the Senior graduating classof

fice and is officially' listed in the Another I Pahokee high school will be delivered -
new bulk oil station ir I
f post office manual as "Bryant assured for the Lake Okeechobee A special film on "Operation Sunday night, June 4 in

Rural Station, Cnnal Point, Flor- Region and ,within the next fe; I Abolition," will be shown at the the First Baptist church in Paho-

ida." Mrs. Elsie Scruggs will remain days construction will start on next regular'meeting of the Canal kee by Rev., Charles D. Stewart, ,
j Point Lions!:! club qn Monday
in the Bryant office as post- new plant for the American Oil at the pastor' of the Canal Point Baptist
master, it was pointed out by :Mrs. night Community Building.
Company The new,plant will lie i The',film is an interesting one and church. The services are scheduled
\ Edythe Smith, Canal Point post erected '
the FEC
alongside railroad
I deals with communists and unions. to start promptly at 8:15 o'clock
,master. immediately west of the Florida I I II Officials of the club have issued a Class night exercises are sched-
The Canal Point post office has Vacuum Precooling which ,
plant :s
special invitation to one and all
shown, a steady growth through located KK uled for the high school auditoriumnext
just west of US441 whichis
f I to attend. There is no charge for:
the: years and at present is,in sec- SR15 between Pahokee, ana the showing. i Tuesday night, June 6. It is
ond class. With the sugar boomin Belle Glade. at\ this ,time; that the class awards
the immediate area the continued ... 'are passed out to deserving stu
growth of the office. is assured. Lake OkeechobeeStill dents. Many fine awards are on the

Attachment of the Bryant office to Legislature GoodToPalmBeachCo. list to be given out this year,

the local office will also add to its In P. B. Principal Henderson said.
continued growth. and importance. CountyPalm The big night will come next Friday -
night June 9, when the diplomas -
will be awarded to the 60 i
Former Resident Beach County won the
The Palm Beach County delega- battle of Lake Okeechobee Tues- odd students who are to be graduated -

Dies In Tampa tion to ,the 1901 legislative, session day. Principal Henderson could
,not release 'a firm list this week '"
4 made, "good progress despite tremendpus. Victory came with the final]
Francis' Albert* 'Bowen,\58r died pressure," State Representative .W.' COLVARDhis j) death of a bill splitting con1xoLof because he said there was, possi-
..;; in 'Tampa three of the seniors:
; Wednesday 'nlng Emmett Roberts dclared, I the lake among Palm Beach and ity that two or
General Hospital after a short ill-: Wednesday."We first sermon in the Pahokee I four neighbor counties. wouldn't graduate. '
church June 18. I fIt the class J
:Ziess. on Valdictorian for 01
were 'really up against it, ... '
Born in Lyons, Georgia, he wasa Roberts said, adding,'"the pressure Rev. Colvard, has been promo- marked the end of a seven- graduation night is always the stu-
resident of Canal Point for 15 on us was greater this session than tion director of the Gastonia,N. C., week power struggle, behind( the dent with the highest grades and
years before moving his family to in any of my previous three." I 'Baptist ,Association since '1957. scenes and .frequent bitter debatein this year Miss Ila Mae Smith of
the
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Tampa in 1946.Surviving Two bills provided the Palm t As promotion director the Rev. open.A Canal Point is recipient of that
'l are: two sons Gene! Beach County delegation with Mr. Colvard has been responsiblefor 'Senate committee which had honor. Salutatorian is always the 'i
Bowen of Tampa and Jackie Bow- most of their problems: promoting evangelism and squabbled over the bill for weeks, student with second highest gradesand

:, en of Sarasota; one daughter, Miss The "Lake Split" bill in which I stewardship, attendance in Sunday,j killed it 5-3 Tuesday, rejecting a another Canal Point girl-Miss i
Anne Bowen of Tampa; two four smaller counties sought to school and the training union and proposed compromise. ,Glenda Mae Sears-:won that hon-
"" Brothers, T. L. Bowen of Mountain I grab a major portidn of Lake Okee- general growth of the organiza-- Passage of the bill would have: or.
City, Ga, and C. W. Bowen of chobee from Palm Beach County, tions of the church. cost Palm Beach County $110,000! _.

Bruswick, Ga., and one sister, Mrs. along with some $110,000 in secondary Since 1957 there has been an'increase -. the first year in lost gasoline tax To ;
Grace Strayer of Canal Point; I road funds; in church membership of:;; money for its road program. Water.Problem

seven grand-children and many ,' The Boca U. bill, in which the 2,329; 207 in the Sunday School]j,r The $110,000 would have gone
: nieces and nephews. county delegation was seeking and 610 in the training union.: to Glades, 'Okeechobee, Martin, Face Pahokee Vote

Funeral arrangements are to be some $8.5 million to build a uni- Stewardship increases have been and Hendry Counties. "
announced later. versity at Boca Raton. $80,901 in missions gifts and $215- Rep. William R. Scott of Martin '

I "In that bill," Roberts said The 900 in total gifts. I had introduced one bill to split up A referendum would be called in
delegation was after the The Rev. Mr. Colvard attended the lake according to each county's the East Beach Water Control
Cash For Is going biggest i
Lights single appropriation soughtby Lenoir Rhyne College and was I I frontage. It cleared a House committee District-the Pahokee area-to allow -
an individual (continued on page 8) and has been pending on the district to issue up to $300- I
county. .
Coming In Slowly "And we came out of it rather I the calendar. 000 in bonds to replace worn out
;; The Senate bill pushed and unclog
well," he added. "Boca U. will be Boca University Is companion pumping equipment
't I built. It's just a question of when by Sen. Harry Kickliter of Fort ditches, under a bill introduced
;. y+Cash for t lights in Canal the_money will be available.' I Pierce is the one that bogged downin Saturday by Reps. Emmett S. Ro!>.-

','i,. ; JPjOint;JJ;copiiog* in, mighty .slows I Biggest problem' .of 'the ,dele- Given Cash To Start I,, committee and was killed Tues- I erts and Jerry Thomas.
'" .v said one o tfie;officials of the:Ca*1 gaitori Roberts !!i1iA was/tfcat: of day. Even if Scott could get the : Re'p.' Roberts said it was recently -
-, .,t"v* .:--"tnal'vPoint-v-Uonsiclub1"...- yesterdy. rile .trying- to make fiends: a;19ng, the House version'passed,_it'would die discovered,that equipment need'i
: ,. ; a c ub' s ent, and collects I small-county delegations':for Boca BOCA RATON A presidentfor in the Senate.:, ed repairs to prevept flooding during ;
to the Power I Boca.Raton University in Palm I s .- ,=,,- > bad storms hurricanes.
',,;;-tr ... '.. e.r. U, at the same, m :they-weri"'Suc- r or
-; Conipany. 'eo: ub has nothing to! cessfully fighting off a small: ;county Beach County will be appointed Trailways Offers The bill wduld call a referendum t
do with the paving of the bill,! grab of Lake Okeechobee.PoteeteHatton within 90 days, according to Tom -date to be set by the districtto -
which.is due July 1, other than to i -.- Fleming, Jr. Fleming, whose Resources New Jax Service approve issuing up to $300,000
act as an agent for the people of' Development Board nas in bonds; .
To pushed and promoted Boca U., was bus inaugu-
Canal Point. Trailways system The.bbeas copld be issued for up'
To date only $244.00 has been Add To BuildingContractors thankful if not completely sat- rated a new service for the Lake to 35 years and carry an interest; t
collected and only a few more'days I isfied -:- with legislative' action Okeechobee Region yesterdayJune rate of up'to 6 per cent.

remain in which the bill can be 'are busy this week Wednesday. ( 1) with the start of a new It authorizes special assessments ,
,# paid a Lion said. The total cost adding two complete suites of'offices Official recognition of Boca U. bus service to Jacksonville from against lands in the district to

of street lights in Canal Point runs to the Poteete-Hatton Clinic came Wednesday when the Senate Canal Point. The bus, coming out pay off the bonds. .
well over 500.00: per year. on Bacom Point Road in Pahokee. House conference committee recommended of Miami, will leave Canal Point Before the bonds could be issued, .
:_.&t___ Blanton and Unwin are doing tbe $100,000 ,for operating for Jacksonville at 10:50 each the voters of the district which includes '1
HOME FROM HOSPITAL work. funds and $5.3 million for con- morning. At 3 o'clock in the afternoon about 5,000 persons in the
Mr. and Mrs. L. V. McClelland of The clinic, opened for service last struction. I a Trailways bus will go Pahokee area, would have to approve -

Canal Point returned home Thurs summer, is owned and operated by "Boca U's new president will ,. through Canal Point Point on its the measure. .. ,)?
day Night from Chicago where she Dr. F. H, Poteete and Dr. R L. have $50,000 for each of the next way to Miami with direct connec- "The City Council, civic clubs, ;
underwent heart surgery in the Hatton. They have enjoyed unus- two years to choose administrative tions in South Bay for ,Moore and Chamber of Commerce urgedus
Edgewater Hospital. While there!I ually good patronage since opening officers and begin organization for. Haven Clewiston, Fort Myers and to introduce it, just this week," 1
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I ;- .i": check up.. Both are doing fine and' now it, is necessary to 'make ,an The president will be appointedby officials said that 10 "Actually, they are just wakingup r
:", !"he Is back at work I I I addition which will'be completed the.State Board of Control and new schedules are expected to oe to the problem. The work pro-
,.'- '1' __ within the next.few weeks.' the State Board of Education. in force in the state within a very posed should have. been done last
: J' Mr. and Mm: D. P. ,Hughes. oft "It now remains: for the state phort time and running ,time be- winter.
,;" Bryant were the ;:weekend guests I Mr. :and; Mrs..4M. C. Carter 'of cabinet to determine how he construction tween Canal Point and Miami on "If'we had a hurricane, the whole

:t'" f their daughter Miss Kay I'Port:'K.ayaca."vJ&te4 ,friends' In fins set up usder priority the new schedule. is, "shortened. by, system would probably, break
.,{ *!XHbghti, Sa: Orlando.. '' {. Largo" over. the weekead.. ," .,i II Will *e allocated." : one'hour. down," Mr. Roberts concluded. -
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I .The Rardin ,Building In Canal Point, Florida r M'...rSUBSCRIPTIONS -.

THE LAKE OKEEOHOBEE REGION HOME OF'fHE : are due if.your SPARE ROOMS for rent? If you OFFICES FOR RENT in the Wro- '

name label shows you to be mirrear have one, get in touch with this ten Building on Bacom Point
'EVERGLADES 'NEWS on payment. Send along newspaper and insert a $1 classi- Road in Pahokee. You may have :
I that: $2.00 payment now and we ified ad. It will get results. All ads any number of the five vacant of- \
Serving the Lake Okeechobee,Farming Region Without will continue to send you this great I payable in advance.The Everglades fices. Rent reasonable. Phone 7683.
Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years palladium of the family fireside. News, Canal Point, Fla. I I ;

Established:March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday The Fla.Everglades News, Canal Point, I SAMPLE COPIES of last week's I \VHEN Beach SHOPPING visit the new in Mary West Carter Palm I

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe edition ,of The Everglades News Paint Store on the Dixie Highway I
APARTMENTS are needed by I were mailed in Canal. Point and J
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2
blocks S. of Southern Boulevard.
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office '
many folks coming into this area new subscriptions will be welcomed !
We have a $2 sample can of our
In 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 happn- each Canal Point visitor who mentions
through a;$1 classified ad in these ings in this area. this advertisement. 4212 S.
Seventh Graders Drop columns. Send along a descriptionof I
Unemployed Dixie, West Palm Beach. Ctc
RUBBER HOSE than
the apartment and a $1 bill and More a
j Enjoy Glades Tour Shown In Florida we'll do the rest. The EvergladesNews million feet in stock prices below
I I I FOR SALE: Two bedroom CBS
Canal Point, Fla. I jobbers costs, garden hose and industrial \
duplex apartment house, $16- I
The of Mrs. Har hose for every service.<
I pupils Gladys TALLAHASSEE The numberof I 500, FHA: i iI
available.
rington's seventh grade of'the"Canal Florida .unemployed dropped VOR SALE: New'and used Willys Suction, fire, air, water, irrigation, financing

Point Elementary School spent 9,200 in April from'.March to,119- Jeeps. Walter Ashley's, Garage spray. HOSE, REMNANTS, MILL I Julius I
Belle Phone 3058. ENDS. Couplings of all kinds.. AN !
Monday of this week being schooled -. In Glade
400.State Oct. 17-54-ch. INCH OR A MILE AMAZON hokee. :M26od ,
in subjects somewhat ,different Industrial Commission I I
from the regular 'reading 'ritln Chairman A. 'Worley Brown said HOSE &'RUBBER CO. 3946 N. .www .
and 'rithmetlc. Accompanied by April 'was the first month since PLUMBING SERVICE! If you Miami Ave. Phone PLaza 44566. I APPRECIATIONI
I need a plumber just step to the 714Pd. wish to thank the many friends
their teacher, and two roommoth- December that there has been a I I
phone and call H. W. Scrape in and neighbors who were so kind
ers: Mrs. W. C. Young and Mrs. drop in the number of unemployed :
Osceola Upthegrove, the group in Florida. I Pahokee at Phone 7547. Septici VACATION TIME is just around and thoughtful while I was in the 7

spent the school hours touring the Nonfarm employment also drop- tank cleaning, field tile the corner. Before you take off, I hospital during my recent opera- I
Glades Office Building, Experiment ped. Brown said, but'' not quite ,as sell water heaters, pipe fittingsand how about dropping a check for tion. To each and everyone, including I
Station and Live Stock Market in :much as expected considering the do all kinds of repair work.H. $2.00 in the mail for your subscription employees of the hospital, I, I
Belle Glade. 'season. There were 1,320,200 peo- W. Scrape, Pahokee phone to The.Everglades News, Canal am deeply grateful. I'shall always r

Their first: stop was the Glades ple employed in nonfarm establiSh- 7547; M26pd., Point, Fla. remember these kindnesses. i I
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Office Building where Mrs, E. L. ments in the State in April, about I ----- Mrs. Prentice. Turbevills ) 1
Pope, as their hostess, took them two per cent fewer lhan in April I Luncheon Honors in a white lace cloth over pink Johnny -
through the 'various departments, 1960. centered with a wedding bell arrangement of Canal Point left i
introducing them to ,each depart- Brown said cutbacks in the Miss Joan HooperMrs. flanked by cupids on Saturday to visit his brother- "' t
mental head, who in turn explained tourist and citrus industries._ and silver candlebra. The hostesses law and sister Mr. and Mrs.,Harry .,
their duties. post-Easter layoffs were respon- F. M. Wilson, Mrs. W. E. presented Miss Hooper with: a Brooks Elarbee In Tallahassee until f

From here the young citizens sible for most of the 12,200 employ McCall, Mrs. C. W. Ammons and sweetheart rosebud corsage.CLASSIFIED this weekend when they will all r
and their leaders drove to the| ment drop from March to April. I Mrs. A. H. Scruggs were hostesses return here and will be the guests !'
ADS of their parents, Mr.and Mrs. R. T.
Everglades Experiment Station Construction at 102,500 continued at a charming buffet luncheon '
where R. W. Kidder guided them to lag behind, a year ago, but shower Tuesday at the home of I PAY BIG DIVIDENDS Smith.
through.his experimental projects.! fewer claims unemployment insurance Mrs Wilson. Assembling a group of
After which they were glad to stop benefits' were coming in ten former classmates and friends,
for lunch and recreation at the from that industry. the party honored Miss Joan Hooper '
Belle Glade Park. Much of the decline in unemployment former resident of Canal Point I Thinking About Building?
'Their next and last stop on the from March to April, Brown now of West Palm Beach,
agenda of their field trip was a said, was due to fewer'out-of-state elect of.Robert Leon Mobley, bride-j
tour through the Glades Live Stock 'job seekers. Pahokee.
Market. Here they watched the Despite the significant unem- Beautiful flowers were used For Free Estimates, Call -

process of Cattle selling until it ployment decline in April, it remained throughout the home. An arrange-
was time to head for their class approximately 57 per cent I ment ofred roses was used in. the
room. above a year ago. living room and each of the fourluncheon WILEY TILLIS :
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Miss Jeanine Mock left Sundayfor 8 Percenters Group !I I ter pieces of miniature bride angels General Building ContractprBox
Gainesville after spending Vie encircled by sweetheart roses pillowed "
weekend with her parents Mr. and Will ;Be RegulatdFORT on sprigs of fern. The bride's 54 PAHOKEE Ph. 7127 '

:Mrs.: Rupert Mock in Pahokee.. table carried out. the color theme
LAUDERDALE Flor

:! NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO ida's Legislature enactment of I '

REGISTER FICTITIOUS measures to regulate the activities G4 ri:
; NAME of the eight per cent investment I .
} Notice is hereby given that the firms drew praise from State 1R
: undersigned, under the provisions Treasurer J. Edwin Larson recent- ; iJ'
HOW MUCH YOU HARVEST t
; of Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, ly. 1
' Larson, spoke to the Florida
I Acts of 1941 will register with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and State Assocation of Underwritersin DEPENDS UPON HOW \ ,
for Palm 'Becah County Florida* convention at Fort Lauderdale.He .
upon receipt of proOf' of Publication noted the bill would give the
of this notice, the fictitious ''Florida Securities Commissionsome MUCH YOU PLANT .

name, to'wit: control over the operationsof
GLADES ENTERPRISES, INC.under I such firms and would require I .
which we 'are" engaged in them to register.:the sale of .jecur- Ii
:business at Canal Point, Florida. ities. iJ 1
That the parties interested in j Many eight per cent funs: were
said business are as follows: forced out of business earlier this ;
Saving Is like planning .Ibe''re ;I
George'Tucker, Jr., President, year after clients filed complaints. '
Harold B. Wilkinson,'Vice'Pres,' based onalleged mishandling of you put down the more you get. .__ _
R. O. Shackford,'Sn. Sec-Treas. funds. rI!! But there are two importan dif oliJ

Canal Point, County of'Pakn ferences., A savings account Is ,, ., .
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Beach Florida, :May 18, 1961. : TO ATTEND GRADUATIONMr. not subject to the risks of weather 'i .
Firm Name: Glades 'Enterprises; : and Mrs. O. H. Sheppardand b sI
Inc. daughter Hazel of Canal Point and drought. And, to keep your I

Box 466 plan to spend this weekend in Tallahassee -I account growing, the big secret_ Is i iI

:Canal Point, Florida as guest of their .son-La-I REGULB saving. You may beamazed .cj IS' !

Pub.: May 19, 26,'June 2,91961 I' :law .and daughter, Mr. and M_ rs. how much you can save, ld.Ol"- iJ '
De'Leon 'and attend his I .
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Danny
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Saturday yon
State University

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ABOUT.600 ACRES FRED IN HOSPITALFred W110
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Partly Improved.WlfefcPoor Hickerson'of) Pahokee who t.

1 S ,Koad To"It has been ill .at his''.home, for the .
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.125.1)0() per.Age the past Good two weeks Samaritan, was ,Hospital admitted en to
e Federal Silv. ,&Loan :
Everglades =
_CAUL .OB,I KOOCBailey Tuesday of thIS' week ngs
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or C. A.rBailey children.of Clew4aton were Sunday .IIffi1RtFID 'O'P.1'0 10,0AQ.In:F1 .AT. BAYINt38 AND LOAN INStJJU.HCE ASSOCIATION I

,,' .1Ir Ts!"' .1'LA. } dinner guests.ofker: paI'elts ;Mr. .41/8...,W..AVE., "B" .,!IBI.LE.GU..I. .. 4 >E. FLOIUDA PBO"E. WY "zon '. I
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Page,J'our. ,_ ... c The KrergUdea News, .Canal Point,'Florid*, Friday. ,.June.Z1961I "
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'.- .Miss:Dianne Hollon of Pahokeereturned -.-. Mrs. Prentice Turbeville returned -- *Mr.. and Mrs: red Echols of Melbourne

to her home>Monday aft- to her home in Canal Point Friday were the weekend guests-of 1
Iii r PERSONAl : NEWS NOTES ] 1
: er undergoing surgery in the local after being a surgical patient. his parents, :Mr. and Mrs. L.. D.

hospital last week. last week in the local Hospital. Echols in Canal Point. __ I'I'j.

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f, ,, Mr. and Mrs. M:. P. Stanley of Mr, and Mrs. Earl Maxson of -- 1.
:"Pahokee left last Friday for At- Canal Point visited relatives in'Ft. ... M $\ )/ 'J!'
lanta. He has returned and Mrs. Lauderdale on Sunday. .... ) : \:\:-, ,":::;:,''<" v \.':& .i:1W.?. .:@$'. \ .

Stanley remaining there for sever- Mrs. W." M. DuBose of Pahokee r.. NATIONALFRIGIDAIRE,. \i*::.:,: ,&,:..'x>ll.>: :;...:::::.:M:;>,. '. 4.
al weeks visit with relatives in spent the past weekend in Jackson- "" '>>:: 'G'WET.:9 :'w"'r -: :"$ ":;"' ::&" '
Atlanta and with her parents; Mr.and ville visiting her husband W. M. ,J fi1 :' -

Mrs.. Peagler in Lump n. Ga. DuBose.Mr. }i DlS. t. : '" -
Miss Linda Hand daughter of and Mrs. W. G. Hull of Pa- i
Mr. and Mrs. Lester.Hand of pa-! hokee had as their weekend house .

.hokee returned home Tuesday after guests ,her brother: and sister-in; A-,,:

being a patient in the Good Samaritan law, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Clark.'of ,,. .. .
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(i Hospital, past '
Miss Julia Mathis of Pahokee week Mr. Hull's two nieces and WEEK :;1111f ri A, 0 w l !;-
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plans to leave Saturday on a three I nephew Mrs. Zeta Alderman and I ?fl4b'J
weeks vacation trip to ,Panama Miss Wilma Wiggins, both of **
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City and other cities in Northwest Plant City and Jack Williams of f !
Florida and in Alabama. Orlando I f STARTS ( TOMORROW. ; )

Mrs. W. P. Jernigan of Clewistonwas Mrs. Garnet Martell of Lauder- I l't .--

an out of town guest at the dale by the Sea is the house guest t .I We're celebrating this big national event (June 2-12) ') I .: : .
bridal shower for Miss _Nancy ot'her son-in-law and daughter, I '
,Thomas at the home of 'Mrs. Olaf Mr and Mrs. C B. Stringari :n I with very special prices on Frigidaire Appliances. _._:r\ .

Boe Saturday evening. Canal Point.R. I' i So come in now and get; the benefit of big savings.Here's 'j#;

Mrs. Letha B. Kepp of Waucttula.as L. Hawk, Sr., of Canal Pointis
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"\\ the guest several days this a patient in Good Samaritan
.... week of her son and daughter-in- Hospital In West Palm Beach R/R/Y1NI &PEOIA.Z lJE r tlml'.9EETlEl fIlOW? '

I law, Mr. and Mrs. Don Kepp in Ca- where underwent. ) surgery last 1
nal Point. week.,He is in room number 458.
Oscar Chastain of Thomasville, r .. a Frigidaire Week Refrigerator REST BOY.

Ga., spent the weekend with his I Luncheon In Honor ... ..: I Iri
brother and sister-in-law Mr. and ...,.

Mrs. J. S. Chastain in Pahokee. He I Miss Kay Friend .3;:;';:1tI \ \.,. ,
is recuperating after a recent operation '

'o in a West Palm Beach Miss Kay Friend, daughter? of / -
_Hospital and plans to return to his Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Friend of Pa- A11.j ;
home in Thomasville, Ga.,. this hokee and bride-elect of Dick Kar-
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Mrs. George Ramey of Pahokee Saturday May 26 with a bridge
spent several days this week in luncheon shower at the home of I

Rocklcdge visiting her son-in-law Mrs. Don Kepp .in Canal Point. .......... I II
and daughter, Mr. and'. Mrs. Hugh I :Mrs. Kepp was assisted in servingby
Miller, HI. Miss Jeanine Mock of Gaines
Col. and Mrs. W. S. Evans of ville. Eighteen guests were pres-

Port had ,
Cypress Lodge Mayaca }yz
as their house guests last week, ent.The color scheme of pink and
Col. and Mrs. I. D. Glossbremm white was carried'out in the table '

of Indianapolis, Ind. During their decoration of sweetheart roses and 4ff: p' ,
visit here they spent Friday in miniature bride dolls used as fav- 1

Sebring with their son-in-law and ors,'white for the honoree and pink
,i daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Frank for the guests. A handsome ar-
Handley and chldren before returning rangement of roses were used on

home they visited Cypress the mantle and throughout the ?.. .... -,
Gardens and Bok Tower. house. I '; '

., Ret. Homer Latham of the U. S. Following the luncheon the ;
.> Army stationed in 'Ft. Bennin?, guests enjoyed a round of bridge I ,
Ga., left today to report for duty with Miss Marty Marcum winningthe .. .. !
Defter spending the past ten days prizes for the highest score and
visiting his parents Mr. and :Mrs. Miss Cathy Callamer winning both X31kY#

I J. D. Latham in Canal Point. prizes for the lowest score and the ,:: '
Gary Resmondo left last weekto door prize. ;

join his father Woody Resmon- Out of town guests here for the:: }?

t do in Ovida. They are former residents luncheon were: Miss Karol Rozumof = .......... i
of Pahokee and for the, past Miami; Miss Irene MaCris of
month he has been staying with Coral Gables; Miss Marty Marcum, ,
., his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Cathy Collamer and Miss ': .
Kenneth Resmondo at the Kings Lynn Prather, Ft. Lauderdale. ; .;
Ranch on Palm Beach Road and -. .
attending school at Pahokee.Mr. I .; I
Hooper Mobley '
and Mrs. H. H. Pugh.1 Model 0A-11-61
Canal Point have as 'their guest -
their son Hinton (Bobo) Pugh of Miss Evelyn Joan Hooper, 4& ,
1 II the U. S. Coast Guard, who for she daughter of T. A. Hooper of Canal "

i past year was _stationed'in"Green- Point and Mrs. Shirley J. Hooperof 0 Pits most any kitchen. PRICE ONLY.N
land. They are expecting their West Palm Beach, has announced All-new '30- width, 59%" height fits
i i I other son, R. Gene Pugh on June 3, ,plans' of marriage to Robert under cabinets, even into comers. .
a which time he will have com- Leon Mobley, Jr., son of Mr. and 0 Room for 63 pounds of frozen foods .95
pleted a Coast Guard Radioman's Mrs. R. L..Mobley, Sr., of Pahokee in Freezer Chest with new Side
i School at Groton, Conn. Tuesday June 13th, at 4:00 p. m. Opening Door.
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Store 1O.4 pounds of fresh meats ,
Mrs. Max in the Canal Point Baptist Church.
will '
:, Beverly return to j In Sliding Chill Drawer.
Rev. Charles D. Stewart,
i her home in Ochlochn Ga.. today pastorof i '
the Church,will officiate at the e Plenty of room '
,after a short visit with her par- for over 25 quarts ,of produce in .> .J i
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Boyn- double ring ceremony. The bride-. Full-Width Porcelain-Enamel Hydrator. DURING*FRIGIDAIRE. W lK--> ", .
elect will be in r .
:ton. in Canal Point. her1ather. given marriage. by_ : ......_'" .._ l-to...
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Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Bowers have ?- '
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Miss Hooper has chosen as her "_ ":<5
left for their home near Chariottee -
attendant Miss Margaret Green-
N. CX, after several
spending :lief,(We>t' Palm Beach. Horace
months In Pahokee where he servt
.' Scruggs.will serve as,Robert's best .
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ed as interim pastor at the FirS'taptis .:,..
Church. man.Nuptial
music will be presentedby
Kenneth McIntosh son of Mr. Miss Betty Johnson and :Miss
and Mrs. F. McIntosh of Pa- Sandra.Upthegrove, vocalist.
hokee arrived today from Florida The ceremony will be followedby
State University at Tallahassee a reception at the home of the
for a month vacation. He' will be bride's father.Friends of the couple FRIGIDAIRE WEEK

employed in the.Bank of Pahokee, are invited to attend both the wed:
until July when he leaves for the i ding and the reception:
University of Monterey, Monterey -.-.-.i ',,", ONLY !
Mexico. FAIR ASSOCIATION
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RENAMES SO-FOOT
VINYL
M' FREE duringFRIGIDAIRE
<, GAINESVILLE All officersof :
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FOR SALE
and Livestock Shows were re-elect :: HOSE with the purchase of'any > .
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PASTURE at'-the I
z ed' group's annual meetiag ADJURE BEST BUY i
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f ;'- : 'See Bill J. Bailey L.: 'Barrineau, 'Tallahassee,, secretarytreasurer
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rage,six', The Everglades News, Canal Point,Florida Friday. June\2,1961, :

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; Traffic Laws.Are Methodists Will ;1''

In Need Of Respect

; TALLAHASSEEFlorida Hold ConferenceIn :i


Highway Patrol Comdr. H. N.

Kirkman declared today that "we Lakeland June.5"j

need the support of the communityin j

building greater respect for
LAKELAND-Some 1,000 min
traffic laws" to have a safer Florida -
t isterial and lay delegates are due
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to attend the 119th annual sessions ,
1 Since the records show that
over of the
Florida Methodist Confer j

First Methodist The Church Of God Christian Science I 80 involve per cent violations of all of fatal traffic'accidents laws Methodist ence here Church.June 5-9 at the First 4


Church, Pahokee Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Group Of Canal Point"God by,one or more drivers, this is They will represent the 245,000

"conclusive proof that accidents members of 550 churches in Ihe
Rev. T.'C. O'Steen Point Road the Only Cause and Crea- don't JUST happen they are geographical conference, which

SUNDAY: John H. Kinard, pastor tor" ,is the subject of the Lesson- caused." embraces all of Florida except tho
9:45 a. m.-church School 10:00 School Sermon to be heard at all Christian "And
know
a. m.-Sunday of course you that extreme northwest counties.
11:00 a. m.-Morning, Worship 11:00 a. m.-Prea.htng Service Science churches Sunday. people must want, to cooperate in Presiding for the first time at

:.f 6:45 p. m.- MYF 7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service Readings from the King James anything to get it done; so, unlesswe the annual sessions will be Bishop

7:451. m.-Evenln&,Worship 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. Version of the Bible will include have the cooperation of lie James W. Henley of Jacksonville.
+, : this verse from Revelation (4V
8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. people, we won't get nearly as Formerly of Nashville, Tenn., be
7:00 p. m. Vesper (Choir pray "Thou art worthy, O. Lord, to receive -
i. music I
a ; Everyone welcome. Special much done toward making high- was elected a bishop of The Methodist -
'. RoeWEDNESDAY glory and honour and power:i
and singing. safe we otherwise would Church last July and assigned -
as
ways
: for thou hast created all things:
to administer the Jacksonville
Kirkman declared.Reemphasizing.
7:45 p. m.-Wd-week'devottons and for thy pleasure they are antI .
The Methodist Church Episcopal Area. He succeeded the
8:30 p. m. Senior Choir prac- were created." the need for

ticeCanal Canal Point FloridaRobert One of the correlative passages community knowledge of and respect late Bishop John Branscomb.
The annual conference is the
laws
Kirkman
for traffic
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to be read from "Science and 1
basic governing body in the Meth-
A. Shelley, Pastor Health with Key to the Scriptures" continued: "A driver who does 'l
Point First .
odist A bo
organization.
regional ly
SUNDAY: by Mary Baker Eddy states (p. know the law, even though htr
with fixed boundaries its
Baptist Church 10:00,a. m.-Church School 207): "There is but one primal means well, can foul up traffic name
comes from the fact that it is con
r .' 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship cause. Therefore there can be n? pretty badly, and that included
vened yearly and the ministerial
... Elder R. E.Barfield 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship effect from any other cause, and pedestrians, too."
SUNDAY: 7:30 p. m.-Evening. Worship there can be no reality in aught The patrol leader concluded by members, regardless of their positions
are subject to annual '
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School MONDAY: which does not proceed from this saying that traffic death and Injury appointment -
11:00 m. Morning Worship 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice great and could be by the presiding bishop. .
I., a. only cause. on highways materially : -
The Methodist Church in the Unit-
TUESDAY -
7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. : The: Golden Text is from Psalm reduced IF the driver and "
8:00 Woman's .I ed States is composed of 100 such
: m. Society1st
8:00 p. .-Evening Worship p. 727: "Blessed be the Lord God, the the pedestrian each would accepthis conferences.

; WEDNDESDAY: Tuesday God of Israel, who only doeth or her responsibility and know
2nd MONDAY: Reading of the annual ministerial -
7:30 p. m.Midweek Prayer wondrous things." and traffic rules and regula-'
,' Service 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting I obey appointments is scheduled for .
2nd and 4th'TUESDAYS WEDNESDAY: -- tions. the closing session on June 9.
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summer
7:30 m.-Prayer Meeting "With increased driving Gov. Farris Bryant will address
7:30 m.-Ladies Auxiliary p. /1
w p. Hunting Rules Will
: time
Meeting. just ahead, this will be a good the body June 8 at the annualc'Laymen's
Be lo: support the chances of your own
Openly Discussed
... Church Of God. Night" program.
survival by knowing, or learning if
Other
speakers during the con-
fr.r. Canal Point Barf ield Highway I Four public meetings to discuss you don't know them the common ference will include Dr. J. A. Engle,

the 1961-62 hunting and fishing rules of safety and then observing New York City, of the General I
l Baptist Church Pahokee, Florida { regulations will be held in Game them to the letter," Kirkman said. Board of Missions; Dr. LawrenceL.
9:45 A. :M.-Sunday School --
" Rev. Charles D. Stewart, Pastor 11:00 A. ML-:Morning Worship I and Fresh Water Fish Commis- Lacour Nashville, Tenn., of the
SUNDAY: 7:30 P. Evangelistic Service sion's Everglades Region during Travel Tax TakeIs General Board of Evangelism; Dr.

L. 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 7:30 P.M.TueSday-Prayer Meeting June, reported Louis F. Gainey, 10 Pct. In State Clovis Chappell of Waverly, Tenn,
W 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship Regional Manager.The ; and Dr. J. Wallace Hamilton of

if; 6:30 p. m.-Training Union. 7:30 P. M. Thursday-Y. P. E. first meeting will be held at; St. Petersburg, pastor of the Pasa-
'' 7 530 p. m.-Evening Worship the Vero Beach Chamber of Com- SILVER SPRINGS-The state dena Community Church.

f WEDNESDAY: merce Building on June 6th at 8:)0 legislature has been urged to adopt Principal business of the confer-
r 7:30 p. m.-Prayer :Meeting. Holy Nativity p. m. a resolution Congress calling: ence will center on the reports and

'j -. Episcopal ChurchPahokee The second meeting will be held for the repeal of the 10 per cent recommendations of 21 boards and

June 7th at 8:00 p. 'm. in Clewis- ''I travel tax passed durfg World' agencies, numerous committees,
The Pahokee Church ,
ton at the Sugarland Auditorium. World War H. and the 10 district superintendentswho

Of The Nazarene :M. Wendell Hainlin, Vicar The third rules and regulations I Action by the legislature was comprise the bishop's cabinet.

SUNDAY: meeting will be held at the City called for ,by Gov. Farris Bryant's ,Also up for consideration will be

71 Bacom Point Road 10 a. m.-Sunday, School Hall in Naples on June 8th at 8:00 Steering Committee to promote proposals to rearrange intra-con-

Charles F. CrausweH Pastor 11 a. m.-:Worship Service p. m. tourism which met at Silver ference boundaries in order to

Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 The fourth meeting will be held Springs recently. create an eleventh district. A com-

SUNDAY SERVICES: Catholic June 9th at 8:00: p. m. in Miami at The committee, headed by W. B. mittee headed by the Rev. R. C.
St.
9:45 a. m.-Sunday'School. Mary's, the Clubhouse of the Sportsmen'sClub Ray of Silver Springs, discussed Holmes, Lakeland, is due to reportits
-"., '11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. Church of Dade County. This Club- ways of promoting the state's findings and recommendations f fI

, 6:30 p. m.-Juniors. house is located at 5151 N. W. 7th tourist industry and set up work- following a. year's study of Vibe: \
; 7:00 p. m.--Sunaay Evening Father Francis Fennech, Pastor Street. ing committees for fund raising, I matter. r I

Evangelistic Service. Sunday Mass 11:30 a..m. Gainey stated that all interested I education, promotion and foreign A proposed change in the chur-

',:;'- WEDNESDAY: Confessions before Mass. persons and organizations are in- travel. ch constitution, known as Amend-
V
. 7:30 p. m.-MIdweek Prayer .. vited to attend these meetings and Roger Stake, director of the ment 12, is expected to provoke

t" meeting. St Peter's Lutheran submit recommendations ,as to tourist services division of the considerable debate. Designed to
r' "Where you are a stranger but hunting and fishing regulaitons for Florida Development Commission bring the church's six jurisdictions

once". Church, Belle Glade the 1961-62 season or in writing to outlined future advertising plansof into closer fellowship, the amendment I

the office of the Game and Fresh the commission to committee would increase the size of iha

:-- August Koerber, Pastor Water Fish Commission in West members., quadrennial General Conference I
First Baptist 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade Palm Beach.Beauty It was also announced that Louis top legislative and policymakingbody
SUNDAY: Benito of Louis Benito Advertis-
Church Pahokee' and permit the jurisdictional 1
.\. Divine,Services'11 A. U. ing, Tampa, will assist the committee conferences to meet at the I

;' UNDAY SERVICES: School 9:45 A. M. in its advertising program and same time and place. 1
,--" Pageant Ben Cole Associates of Miami will
The amendment I
i 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School was adopted by
': 11:00 a. .-Morning Worships Mr. and Mr .. J.. H. Strayer of I Draws A 5-Footer aid in public relations. work. the 1960 General Conference, but j
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6:45: p. .-Training Union Canal Point had as their house to become effective it must be rat- ;

t. 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship guests over the ,weekend their soninlaw SARASOTA The shortest entry 'DIELDRIN OR CHLOBDANE flied by a two-thirds majority of, 1

WEDNESDAY: ; and.$daughter, Mr., and Mrs. in the history, of the Miss Florida EFFECTIVE AGAINST ANTS all members of the various annual !

8:00 p. m. Prayer Meeting. Don McKlnnon of Miami. Pageant will compete this yearin GAINESVILLE-Several speciesof conferences "present and VOt1ng."" :

the state finals at Sarasota ants may invade the.home, and In addition to Bishop Henley, of

t: -:: June 22-24.< She is petite Lana while they are not destructive, they fleers of the Florida Conferenc I
standsan are a constant source or'work and the Rev. Robert C.: Lak'
Kunkle,,18, of Osprey, who are Boggs, f
even" five feet tall and has annoyance for the homemaker.Dr. Wales, secretary; the Rev. M. Es ,

f. Monday CattiESails trouble keeping her weight up to L. C. Kuitert, entomologist Myer, Orange Springs, statistician, ;,
Ex-
a .- 100 pounds, wjth the Florida Agricultural and the Rev. C. H. Voss, Lakeland,
perment Stations ants enterhouses
says treasurer.The .
Lana can also be credited with a
number of "firsts" when she arrives in search of food and usual- Rev. Raymond A. Alley, I
Glades Livestock Market
Are regularly held at the
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the kitchen and other
ly frequent Lakeland district :
at Sarasota for the 6th annual superintendent,
which is owned and operated by more' than 120 storage placest.
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> Miss Florida Pageant,June 20. is program chairman and secretary -
t' Florida Cattlemen. She win)be"th first Miss Venice: .Sprays or: dusts containing of the Cabinet. ...

+ to compete in many years, and either: 'chlordane or dleldrin are ef Conference hosts are the Rev. I

You'll ,enjoy the excellent service you receive here will be the first to present a high fective. Dr. Kuitert recommends & C. M. Cotton, pastor of First Methodist '

at this Market.We make an effort nt aUtfcnes, tofeive'&n : tYle".h1tr design' demonstrationfof"bf .two percent; dieldrin dust. Itan Church and Dr. Charles T. I'

". outstanding. service to buyer and seller. Give us border around the outside of the
Kunkle also bas a new sponsor, the Southern College, where delegates
Tam- house and to individual ant hills in win be housed.
Veterans of Foreign Wars -.

atriaAY I famt Post 8118 and Its Ladies. Aux- the yard. .m--.- .. .

iliary. CLASSIFIED ADS

AT i p. m.Glades.Livestock The tiny KIM ;Venice will have 'Freddie Hickerson, student of PAY BIG DIVIDENDS "
( W AdmiralFarragut: Academy In St.
tota*i) i egidslJasrtiesr; MissFkfcWiraiea ;
"'sutt specially male PetersfeUFg, will arrive here this
; for 'at the weekend to spend the summer Vacation 'J : : J II1II1III r r IIIII r r r t
her. fa onfer to compete :
,, Market *U* ._*WrtiTpftgent.. .:; ,. .ateee .she- with his parents,. Mr. and 28 ACRESOn
Mrs. Fred Hickerson in Pahokee. .
wears adoB s too 5. -, Short Cut Road .
,ASSOCIATION- : u.a.o.a fntete+ of Venice High "Lot of Money. But Worth It .. '
i School, is. -M deDt of .Ovifpert
On'Pahokee-BeBe Glade Road ., ...,
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t :: Pahokee Baptists Shower In Honor Business Leaders Birthday Party Search For TalentAt


,,_ ..;. (continued from page 1) Miss Nellie, Yeomans For Mrs. Thompson Sarasota June 22-24
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, graduated from Elon College. Ad. Miss" Nellie Mae- Yeomans was To Attend Course -- -
Mrs. Betty Wilson gave her SARASOTA Theme for the
', ditional study was taken at Southern -
;; honored Thursday, evening by a
t Baptist Theological Seminary bridal shower in the Canal Point mother. Mrs. I. G. Thompson, a 1961 Miss Florida Pageant will bea
at Louisville and University GAINESVILLE A manage-: surprise birthday party at the L
k Ky., Emory Methodist Sunday School Building. I "Search for Talent" Sarasota:
r.- ment G. Thompson home in Pahokee on
: at Decatur Ga. development conference at
": Hostesses were: Mrs. C. L. Stuart, June 2224. .
r -M : For 13 years ,he served pastorates Mrs. W. K. Buchanan,,Mrs. D. L. the University of'- Florida next Tuesday night. It was the first Word ,
has
been received from
birthday surprise party Mrs.
: in North Carolina at Hickory, Hooks and Mrs. W. N. Veal. month is expected to attract more I
Thompson ever Ted Mack and the Ama-
;', Burlington and Marion. He served Floral decorations of coral vine, experienced.Other Original
> than 50 business
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than the
five years as missionary of the fern and white hibiscus were used immediate,familythe teur Hour that a talent scout will
I" sections of the state. following guests from Cash
Atlantic Baptist Association ft1ii be .
J. throughout the building and refreshments present at the Miss Florida ,
: I eastern North Carolina. The conference will be conducted Ark.,.were present: Mr. and Mrs. <-
of cake and punch carried Pageant to make a selection of tal-
t'" He has served also as vice president June 18-30 Joy Cullison, O. A. Teague and ent to
out the color scheme. by the General Exten- appear over more than 100
r-: and treasurer of the.Association -I Lynn Cullison. From Pahokee: television stations
Miss Yeomans is the daughter of sion Division of Florida in coopera- Mrs. coast-to-coast
li Missions Conference. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Yeomans of tion with the Management Centerof Kathryn Fountain, Mrs. A. from New York over the CBS net-
'. : R. Rice, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Golden
Mrs. Colvard has also served
as Canal Point and is the bride-elect the College of Business Admin- work.
;4'-. -' music director of First Baptist Mrs. Adeline Stuckey, Mr. and
of Dale Rosenberg, son of Mrs. istration.
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'. Mrs. John D. Rogers, Mrs. J. C.
Church in Cramerton.
I Beris Pahokee. John T. .
of Branch
Rosenberg ,Jr., conference -
The ,Colvards have two, daugh-! -- coordinator Mock, Mrs. Georgia Hooks, Miss I I I I I I I I I I : I I I I : I I : I : _I 1 I
\ for the Extension Division
, ters, Gail of New York City and: ATTEND GRADUATIONMr. Myra Cruthirds, Mrs. Lois White,
explained that the
13-day Bob Cote, Ron Ter Harr, Mrs. GOOD BUYCORNER .
r Ruth, a student at Ashley High
'. : ;and Mrs. Floyd Ericksonand meeting is designed to help the Sarah Laird.Delightful.
.. School. j their son Dale attended the executives develop "a more com-
.. refreshments were \
I graduation exercises of their son I petent, imaginative staff" for their served with Miss Cruthirds at the LOT .
CLASSIFIED ADS at Forest Lake in .
ia;. Bobby academy companies."An I
punch bowl and Mrs. White serving -
f' PAY BIG DIVIDENDS Maitland this weekend. He accompanied understandig of how to appraise the cake.BROTHER 100 x 135 FEET

".. .--- them home Sunday and the effectiveness of the ope- .-. IN BELLE GLADE
:' will visit them until Thursday. At rating organization," Branch said, DIES IN TAMPA
t; -. ,.f J I I I I : : I I I I I I I : : I : : I I I tt which time they will all drive' up "requires the broad viewpoint in Mrs. John Strayer was called to C. A. BAILEY

to Collegedale Tenn., where he is looking at the overall management '
(' BUY and SELL Tampa Wednesday by the deathof REAL ESTATEPHONE
enrolled in an eight weeks Sum- picture. During this conference, her brother, Francis Albert

t; REAL ESTATE mer school at the Southern Mis-: the faculty'and participants will Bowen, 58. She was accompaniedby WY 6-SOM

sionary College. Mr. and Mrs.: analyze financial information, her son Woodrow.
g ,-,' WITH CONFIDENCETHRU Erickson and Dale plan to return marketing human relations, effective : :1 : : : : : :1 : : : : : : : :

' f to Orlando and attend the annual'' communications, and public?

Camp meeting session at the For-I relations. I'' j | I .

r'\\ Bill J. Bailey est Lake'Academy June 2 thru 10, Visual aids case studies, "role I 4iceTHEATRES

r' before returning. home. playing" sessions, member'center-I J
or C. A. Bailey I ed discussions

BELLE GLADE, FLA. J.E.Williams of Canal Point accompanied -I some of the methods to be used I PRINCE

: by Frenchy Johnson of during the conference. LAKE DRIVE-IN
: PHONE WY 6-3084
Pahokee were business visitors in Branch' said all applications for
-t.j I I Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
oHo++t4+-. HJ'+rH- Orlando last week. enrollment,must be sent to his of- .
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'; yyi ift1!? *? I Committee will, review the ,appli- UNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDA 1

cations and notify the senders JUNE 4-5-6

[ J.IRCASEPARTSLOTS within one week if they have been S JUNE 4-,6:

accepted for attendance," he stat- "Thp Plunderers"LIFE"


t I ( OF 'EM) ed. "THE FACTS OF JEFF CHANDLER AND .


t. SERVICE AND SALES BOB HOPE, LUCILLE BALL, JOHN, SAXON
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'. Bridal Shower For RUTH HUSSEY AND -ALSO--

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Nancy DON DeFORE "TANK FORCE"Attractive.


r. Morgan-Boldt Equip. o.F Olaf Boe residence at 2016 Ie I I I : II I 1 I 1 I : 2 I I : : I I 11 I I J : I J : I J I : I L. 1 f : I J J I I J I 1 I

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East Main in was I
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:' 245 SE 2nd Ave. Delray Beach bridal calling shower complimenting -

: Phone CR 6-4622 Miss Nancy Thomas bride-
t elect of Robert Meyer of CuyahogaFalls

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. Mrs. W. G. Hull, Mrs. Wm. Mc-
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ANNOUNCING McIntosh.The .

r new home was beautifully rr

ROYAL PALM MANOR decorated for the occasion with _

various floral arrangements of ..:._ _
. MEDALLION HOMES sweetheart roses and pink del-
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" 2 AND 3 BEDROOMS 1 AND.2 BATHS phinium. ,White tapers in crystal 5- .

candelabra lighted the bride's

:. From $10,500 table which held the punch bowl

r encircled by fern, lily of the valleyand
LOW DOWN PAYMENTS NO CLOSING COSTS I
sweet heart roses.
. APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED
Cake and punch were served to

approximately 7 guests who called -
Blanton & Unwin Inc.
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;. Office Phone 7143 Res.Phones 7712 & 7366 sisting the hostesses were: Miss

:. PAHOKEE,FLORIDA Wynette Sheffield, Miss Pam Boe,
Miss Jill McIlwain and Miss Shir-

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