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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: June 16, 1961
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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:.:T' Magistrate Court Opens 1st, Texas Onions Are 59 Seniors Receive DiplomasAs



James L. Tyson Is New Judge Mammoth In Size PahokeeEnds School Year


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The new Magistrate's Court, Funeral Services For lands in the 'W'Orld-not even excepting Former Resident Another graduation exercise in

created by the recent session of the I I Dr. J. G. 'ennett the Valley of the Nile In Dies In ArkansasCharles Pahokee High School is history and .
state legislature' will be established the land of the ancient Pharoahsmay 59 Seniors now have their diplomas
on July,1, at the Glades Office have a little competition in as a result of happenings
Building according to Hon.,JamesL. Funeral services were' held in certain parts of Texas. Just this E. Tinney, former resident at the High School on last Friday
: Tyson, Jr., who on last .Friday Hendersonville N. C. a week ago week the agricultural editor of of this area and more recently night.. Only.a small percentage, of.
was named by Gov. -Bryant as Friday for Dr. J. G. Bennett, 68, The Everglades News received a a resident of Newport, Arkansas the group will continue their quest i

judge of the new court. ,who died following a heart attack. box of Texas onions from W. W. died last Thursday. He is survived for higher education, according to j
The Glades Office Building is He was a practicing dentist there (Billy) Wilson who is visiting in by his widow Mrs. Eunice expressed intentions. I
presently undergoing extensive re- for 39 years. He was the father of Crystal River, Texas and their Tinney one son Douglas of California Dr. Paul Graham dean of the
modeling and additional rooms are Mrs. Edgar Wilder of Pahokee Mr. size was mammoth.The and one daughter. Mrs. Ruth evening division of Palm Beach
being added County Commissioner and Mrs. Wilder were on their way onions we received came out Malloy. of Hampton, S. C. He wasa Junior College delivered the commencement
to Hendersonville andMiad stopped member of the First Church of
? Paul Rardin said. The commissioner of one sack with 23 onions in it address in which the
Si further stated that the new over for a day to visit relativesin that weighed 53%, pounds accord- Christ, Scientist, in West Palm graduates were congratulated forthe
court will hold regular sessions as :Metter Ga., when- they'received ing to Mr. Wilson who is visiting Beach. Funeral and burial took successful completion: of 12.
designated by Judge Tyson in the the word of Bennett's death. \ place in Arkansas. of public schooling and were I
that Texas years
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t":, auditorium of the present building. town. They are delectable in taste urged to continue if possible their
b. Plans call for another addition of formal education.The .
Mr. Wilson
and acknowledge
we Acres RawLandSell$253Acre .
& O'Steen 2,881
i,1 4. a second story on part of the build .Shelley kindness in sending along several Rev. Robert A" Shelly gave j
:Jr' ing,to house the new court and the of of favorite the invocation and the Rev. Ora
samples one my very
j!) .' Small Claims Court that has been Returned To GladesGood foods. R. Smith the benediction. Thur- 1
! '" functioning: for more than a year Mr. Wilson left,Canal Point several mond W. Knight, chairman of the
\ :. there: weeks ago to make his homein County Board of Public Instruction -
;: Judge Tyson said that his court news for the Methodistsand Texas after living'for many A. A. Poston, Lake Park real presented the diplomas to the ,|
1 V will try all traffic cases with the their friends in the Lake Region many years here where he had estate broker was high bidder class. ;
; 7 i exception of drunken driving with came last week when the won a wide circle: of friends. Again Tuesday for 2,881 acres of unim- The exercises were preceded by i
l t .. accident and injuries. Small xnis- Methodist Conference in session in to Mr. Wilson and the Powell family proved farm land in Palm Beach a brief concert played by the Paho
r'li-[ demeanor cases, drunkenness with Lakeland announced the return of we say thanks. County located north of the Belle kee High School Band under the '
r fine limits of $2,000 or 90 days will Rev. Robert Shelley'to Canal Point -Paul RardinAgricultural 'Glade Airport Road. direction of Bandmaster Robert I
l be tried in his court.the judge said.I' and Rev. Thomas C. O'Steen to the Editor. I Poston who offered the state O. Lampi. The band also furnished \
In some cases the judge will act as Pahokee church, $729,044 for the parcel six miles music for the processional and re-5 '*
I JL'::..;. a'committing'iagistrate and send Rev.PSteenhad: served a year ; northeast'of Belle-Glade;.:said'tlie cessional. -
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'[ ,:':, cases to higher court: in West Pahri in Pahokee .where' his flock is well Rev. Shelley Tells area would be turned into a real The top 10 members of the class
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I| ...: "x, John Dunkle, Clerk of the Crim- improvements to the church have Of South's ProblemRev. represents. given special'recognition as
' *',. \ inal Court of Record in West Palm been made during that year and ae The land brought a price of $253an honor students. They were Shirley
: ::"::, Beach will be the official clerk of has proved himself a,leader among acre. It was appraised at $100 :Mae Anderson, Dianne Douglas,

1--.... the new Magistrate's court and the members of his church.In Robert Shelley i pastor of and the appraiser estimated it Carol Lynn Epstein Sandra Rebecca
will have a representative in the Canal Point Rev. Shelley & would cost another $100 per acre Lampi Virginia Louise
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\ new Judge's office to accept fines starting his fourth year with the the Canal Point Methodist Church to make it usable. Scrape Glenda Mae Sears, Martha

1\-, and bonds. Methodists.: Mrs. Shelley is an Instructor spoke on "Personal Problems of I The trustees of the Internal Improvement Ellen Sellers,Ha Mae Smith,Nellie
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,in public schools and the I the South" Monday evening. at the Fund..who took the bid, Mae Yeomans and James Lamar
two have won for themselves a local Lions Club Meeting.J. I also received offers for separate Williams.
Summer Program wide circle, of friends who will be parcels of the land and wound up I
G. Weeks, program
happy to know that,they are to be chainnan'l''with a top offer of only $152 an
introduced Rev. .
Canal Point in Canal Point for another year. acre or a total of $438,000 from 4-H Club Girls Off ,
School message he explained his belief ,
Quite unusual in civic club history I I two,bidders.
that the problems of the South are
"' is the fact that both Rev. Trustees will act on the bids
To Short
personal and could not be handledby CourseThe .l
I Summer Enrichment Program I O'bteen and Rev. Shelley.are mem- next Tuesday.
an outsider in the racial problems I
sponsored by the Palm Beach bers of the Pahokee Rotary Club. they have only used agitationand .... ... I
County School Board will begin the I interference. ,He went on to 4-H Club girls of the Glades i

summer program in"'Canal Point I IN give the origin of prejudice whichhe Area'left.Sunday for Florida State
Chamber
School June 16 and run through Pahokee Banker In Request
said began in the servitude of I I I University in Tallahassee to attend !
.July 28. Regular school-hours will the Israelites in Egypt, and the
be observed from Monday through of in America: be- the 4-H State Short Courses being l .!
School ,Of Banking origin slavery I Forwarded To'SRD ,
Friday classes will begin-at 8:00a. gan in 1620 on the New England I 1 held June 12 thru 17. The girls attending -

m. and close at 4:00 p. in.f Coast, six months,before the land are:'Miss Janette Harrington t
I > ** 'Mrs., Mildred Larrick and* :Mrs. BATON ROUGE La-Julius T. ing of the Mayflower. a The county ,commission- this of canal Point, president of I j

S, ..;.S:' ".,' *3 Charlotte W 't .will be inxharge Moon Asst..,Vice Pres. of Bank of When it became unprofitable it week,concurred in a request from the Palm' Beach 4-H Girls County
.) of music art,> library and quiet 1 became moral he fur- Council Ann of Belle ,
l Pahokee, Pahokee is enrolled at then a issue : the Pahokee Chamber of Commerce Murray
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:" -- 'games.; Coach William Howard will I the School of.Banking of the South ther explained, that Slavery did ;calling on the State Road Glade; Helen Zwicke, Bean City; 14
t;: 55 assist 'them in swimming instruc- ,here for two eeks"intenslve studyof not originate in the South.His next I Department to complete a survey I I Karla Mansfield and Daphne Hen ,
?"uons..Chudren. : may take'advant- I find the derson both of South ,-
advanced banking subjects. step was- to help right for the improvement of State Bay.
;: sage of the full day's schedule or Classes started on the ,campus' of answers t o.these problems. He began ;Roads 441' and 715 through Paho- The girls were accompanied by <- I ;
'take any part of the' program. I Louisiana State University on June with the difference between kee and for the road departmentto Mrs. A.'R. Harrington, local leader '

X'bosestayingaU day may either ,5 and continue through June 17. "Evolution".new growth and "Rev fprnish right of way maps for representative, of Canal Point,
go home for lunch or bring a sand-:i lir: Moon is in his third year of olution" forced growth, again the the project. The Chamber's request also Miss; Meriam Lo Pinto and I'
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S wich lunch.Hooks the three-vear- --- ., --- program... which____ _requires _- answer can only come through each was forwarded to the State Road Mrs. Laura Burgard, County Home t
-- "- several home study prob- individual in Christ and in the I Department in Fort Lauderdale. Demonstration Agents both of

Plans $80,000 lems in addition to class work. 1 Church..He concluded his talk with West Palm Beach. '
The bankers associations of 13 "the answer is not in complusion, The 4-H Club Boys of this area
Apartment Building Southern states co-sponsor ,this but. in conversion.". Echols Grocery attending the short courses at the
adult educational program inaugurated P. A. Slonaker presided over the University of Florida in Gainesville
D. L. Hooks of Canal Point is in 1950. business meeting. D. B. Mathis of Air Conditioned at this time are: Lynn Nicely of
planning a new apartment houseon Total enrollment this year standsat the Pahokee Club attended the Pahokee 'and :Mike Mansfield of
property he owns across the 554 banker-students with a meeting to work on the plans for I Keeping step with the 'times South Bay. They were accompanied -

,street from his home on Lake Shore faculty of some 8O-odcllecturers: in the 4th of July Joint meeting and 1 Grady Echols ,of Echols Grocery by Raleigh Griffiths and John \.
'\ ,Drive, in Canal Point. Mr. Hooks I all phases of bank management and barbecue. D. L. Hooks, chairmanof I had: a spanking new air conditioning : Causey, County Assistant Agents
recently completed a handsome operations. Bank officers from 18 the Street Light Fund report;'I unit installed in his very'pop of West Palm Beach.
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,new duplex immediately north of states and Puerto Rico are currently ed that the fund is still short of the ular'grocery store' in Canal Point ,

another duplex he completed a.few! taking the course. goal and he thought each grown this week. Mr. Echols Joins many New Bulletin Board
years ago. The present plans call. The graduating class of 168 will : man or woman in Canal Point other Canal Point business enter-
'for a large apartment house to cost be honored at ceremonies Friday r should contribute:: this project. prizes that have gone modern. Pahokee High SchoolA .4

In the neighborhood of $80,000,00 evening; June 16,, at. which, time David Jones of Gale, was the They include the CaBal Point Post -
and work will start just as toon diplomas win .be awarded., This 'guest of his brother:A.'W.-Jones. Office Grace Waldron's Beauty new bulletin board has been
as'red tape will allow. year the .school will graduate its -. Slop Pahokee Drainage District erected on the lawn at Pahokee
_._- -. ... 1.000th banker Fisai.tinsa Miss:Naacy Thomas aad'Robert with offices in Caaal Point, Canal High School and future school.
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; C. :Y. Scram of Canal;Point are Ifaycr of Magi were the'WMlnmrtgawtaeflMr Point. Pharmacy.: Dr. ,W. T. Gist'seftee events will be publicized, on the i

..-:t.s, visiting, relatives"in Naek. 1a\. -, '*. er ':.,itmiimton Are patent. ,lam: ....Mrs.J.V .. ,'Dr..Yotrng's office! and otJes -1 J I boi .It was'a gift of the Student,, S
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The Rardin Building1 In Canal ,Point, Florida wSUBSCRIPTIONS ) \I

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THE LAKE OKEEOHOBEE REGION HOME OF are due if your SPARE ROOMS for rent? If you BUY AND SELL real estate with I!

I name label shows you to be m have one get in touch with this i confidence thru Bill J. Bailey or f

'. THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing arrear on payment Send along newspaper and insert a $1, clasal- C. A. Bailey Belle Glade. t,

that'' $2.00 payment now and we ified ad.,.It will get results. All ads

the'Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without will-continue to send you this great I payable in advance.The EvergladesNews VACATION TIME Is just around 'N I

Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years palladium of the family fireside. Canal Point, Fla. i the corner. Before you take off, I
f924 The Everglades News Canal Point.1 l,how about dropping a check for I
I Established,March 11, Published Every Friday Fla. SAMPLE COPIES of last week's $2.00 in the mail for your subscription \

Subscription Pries $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe edition of The Everglades News I to The Everglades News Canal

APARTMENTS are needed by I. were mailed In Canal Point and Point, Fla. 1
News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn ,
Everglades (
many folks coming into this area I new subscriptions will be welcomed -
Canal Point, Florida: as Second Class :Matter to.earn a living. Do you have one I this week. Just $2.00 for a yearwill GOOD BUY! Corner lot 100 x 135 {

Paul RaraIn Owner, Editor, Publisher for rent? Tell them and the world keep you informed of happan- in Belle Glade. C. A. Bailey, Real j 1'
through $1 classified ad in these Ings,in this area. Estate. Phone WY 6-3084, Belle *

'" .. columns. Send along a descriptionof Glade. ;5 i ii
the apartment and a $1 bill and RUBBER HOSE More than a
Here Is'What Transpired At Monday'sMeeting I i well 'do the rest. The Everglades I million feet in stock prices below I II + : I : II I JIll 1 II J J I 1 1 I I J to

! Of The Palm Beach News, Canal Point, Fla. j jobbers I costs garden hose and industrial 4700 ACRES
J hose for every service. f
PASTURE FOR SALE. Farm I Good pasture land, plenty f
Suction, fire air water, irrigation! grass
County CommissionThe I i land. Acreage. Business, oca- spray. HOSE REMNANTS, MILL also can be used for citrus and pro- s
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I! I tions. See Bill J. Bailey or C. A. ENDS. Couplings of all kinds. AN I,duce. Mostly cleared and about *

Bailey, Real Estate Belle Glade', INCH OR A MILE. AMAZON 1000 acres peat. Natural drainage |

county commission: this Lake Worth east of the Federal Fla. HOSE & RUBBER CO. 3946 N.I and 2 miles road frontage. Only f t

week,gave its approval for a,planto Highway at 13th Street. I FOR SALE: New and used Willys Miami Ave. Phone PLaza 44566. j $175.00 per acre, good terms. Also t
improve State Road 805 through Voted to transfer title, if it can 7-14-Pd.J 1,000 acres at $185.00 per acre. :
Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage \
Lake Worth and decided to, take a legally be done, of a plot of county I In Belle Glade Phone 3058. These are bargains and located
look at plans for a change in the land on which the Boynton Beach Oct. 1754ch. ABOUT 600 ACRES for sale I close by in Martin County, good "

intersection of State Road 802 and fire department building is located. partly improved with poor roadto chance for fast increase in price.

Ave. A' in the same city. The City asked for title to'the land. 28 ACRES on short cut road, Lot it. $125 per acre, See call ur]I
J. B. POWELL JR.
The 805 plan asked by the Lake Voted $200 to the: West Pahn j of money but worth it. Bill J. write, Bill J. Bailey or C. A. Bailey,I I

Worth city commission calls for Beach Jaycees to help advertise Bailey Real Estate Phone WY Belle Glade, Fla., Phone WY BROKER

I four-laning the road. I Palm Beach County at the national 6-3084 Belle Glade.Experiment 6-3084. Harvey Bldg. West Palm Beach

The intersection plan asked oy: Jaycee convention this month. I for full information.

the city, calls for improving the I Heard that the State Road Department Okehed Stork Shower For *"": 1 I-t : I I': I J : 1 I J 2 1 1 J I I 111 :.
intersection to better handle traffic did not recommend installation '[ :

i and to have the county park of a traffic light at 10th Lake Osborne GrassThe Mrs. Hugh BranchMrs. LOST OR STRAYED: Two yearlings {
i Black and White Bull and
department build recreation, area Ave. N and Davis Road.
at the corner. Received a letter from the Jup- Red and White Heifer. Marked -
The county board concurred with iter Inlet Colony asking that 'the county commission this Hugh Branch was honored with Red Paint. Notify E. E. Kane,
week voted to go along with T. A. with a stork shower Monday evening (
the 80S'plan and will'forward its name of SR 707 be changed to AlA Box 3-B Lucky Star Dude Ranch.
'II "Murray of Lake Worth in an experiment at the home of Mrs. Joe TomBoynton
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decision to the State Road Depart- through Juno Beach.
to see if there is in Pahokee. Mrs. Boynton ,
ment. The board agreed to giver Set July 3rd for,the start of tax any
value in the marine grasses of I I was assisted by Mrs. Al Beverly I FOR RENT: One room furnished
further to the second |
re- equalization
study hearings. Lake Osborn and Lake Ida. I Mrs. F. H. Poteete Mrs. Julian apartment for man, or for a man
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Referred to the "
quest.In county zoning Commissioner Ed Bandlow. Lake Branch and Mrs. R. L. Hatton. A and his wife. Canal Point. Phone *
: other actions this week the commission a for
request regula-
Worth who recently asked that the great number of Mrs., Branch'sfriends 7476. f
r', commission: tions requiring that all swimming idea be considered, made the motion called during the evening.
Received a bid of $3,010 ,for a pools be enclosed in the interest of .. --.
to grant a $1 a year franchise
plot of county owned property in, safety. I to Murray for the period of one VACATION IN NORTH FLORIDAMiss ON VACATION TRIP
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r. --- ---- -- -- -, -- - - - year to take grasses from the two Myra Jones of Pahokee left Mrs. C. B. Jones and son, Alton
f blown in Belle Glade and sheaf '
Hours Are up a lakes. Wednesday for Leesburg. While Jones of Canal Point, have made
Whiskey of letters to this effect filed
t were If the experiments work out, the there she will be the guest of :Miss plans to leave today on a three
with the commission this week. board said Murray's franchise will week vacation which includes
Beebe Shepherd and will be the trip
Cussed Discussed Groups registering protest with the be hiked to $1500 a year after that organist for Miss Shepherd's wed- visiting two of her sons and their ,
M1 commission included the Belle time.
I I ding on Saturday. Miss Jones' parents families; Len Jones in Griffin
Glade City Commission Community l .
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Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jones Georgia, and J. W. Jones in Alber-
The status of a tri-city agreement Christian Christian Church Florida I I! S Mrs. Mary Ellen Deal of States- will pick up their daughter on marle N. C. They also plan to

\I in which, a trio of Glades. Ministry of Migrants boro, Georgia, is the guest of her Sunday and will spend a week va- spend a few days resting and relaxing -
Brotherhood of the First
cities petitioned the county in Baptist parents Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Sims in cationing in North Florida before in Dillsboro N. C., before
II Church, the Belle Glade InterRacial Pahokee. I home.
returning home. returning
1952 to establish uniform closing Council and the Belle Glade

hours for liquor, establishments,, Negro Civic League.
blocked action on a request for a
I Commission Paul Rardin Canal
in hours of for .
change ,operation
Point at one point in the discussion
bars west of 20-Mile bend.
attempted to kill ,the request by
The county commission has been moving that the 'request for a

petitioned by ,a night club owner change in hours be denied. His HOW MUCH YOU HARVEST "
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Belle but outside that
t. near Glade died ,
motion for lack of a second.
municipality to change its established -
hours of operation to 'conform sion.: DEPENDS UPON HOW 3

with two other Glades 'cities
of the Glades residents'are drinking -
The agreement in question-and -
I -which has apparently'been tossed people. He, was upheld in his MUCH YOU PLANT (
opinion by Sarah Lee Creech
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out the window by South Bay and
: Glades leader the to
against
move
,Pahokee, calls for e.of. ,liquor
.daily from 8 a. m. to midnight; i change the hours: .

until 1 a. m. on Sunday,and far I Vinegar Bend Palms Club Owner 4. [

.bars to be closed the rest of the : Poulus said that more people s
in the Glades drink than don't
time on Sunday.In : Saving is like planning. The more
a resolution adopted by South I drink. Rardin took exception to '
you put down, the more you get. ,
this indictment of his constituentsand f
Bay Pahokee and Belle Glade in .
April: 1952, petitioned the countyto I told Poulus that he "whole- But there are two Importan dif :

follow the agreement in establishing heartetiBy and '''vehemently disa- ferences.! A savings account is .

hours outside municipalities'i greed" with his statement. not subject to the risks of weather a '

and under jurisdiction of>the coun- Johnson said most of the opposition a _
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t i: and drought. keep your
iy. The commission adopted the against the,proposed change is I
resolution, and since that time has coming from "church people: who 1 account growing, the big secret Is

been called on to defend the closing are against the consumption of al- B.EG1JLRviq.. You may be 1S

1 1 hours in court. cohol. amazed how much you can' save, 1AO J.I'l
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,In recent months, South Bay,and County Commission E. F. Van painlessly, oat of income. Let as ) =o'

I Pahokee have changed their; hours; Kessel said it seemed the Glades I tell the facts.Everglades. AVI
you
I S of operation to set 'a' longer day cities had seen fit to break the I I ;Ult

for sales and for Sunday sales in 1952 agreement and now it seemed II Fott-YO

,some areas. Belle Glade still sticks the fair thing,,to do was to again ": I'T .

j' to the closing hours named in the try to bring about uniform hours WlloM.

original tri-city agreement extending them if necessary. ] :

The county commission this
Thejboard however voted to takeno
week' refused to change-ita established
action until it had kind of
some
until
hours of operation It '
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an'answer in writing from the city Federal Savings
hears directly from,f I the towns ofSouth
councils of South Bayand Pabokeeas
.Bay:-and Pahokee,what: :=they ,
to the status of the "uniform
Intend do about, the 1952 resolution ASSOCIATION
hour'agreement. I II.
which they asked the county .' SAVINGS INSURED JJP TO $10.000 BY FED iAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE ASSOCIATION

\ Ito adopt: _.,The ,request; ,for 'a; change is: 40 S. W. AVE"8" BELLE G-L&BE. FLORIDA PHONE WY C-ZM7
I Meantime a storm of protest over I I.scheduled'to come up again at the' 1 -

jt' change in operating hours has commission's June 26 meeting.

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It. NOTES: ] -1961PHS SENIORS 1951 Class Group Judy Shower Cunningham Honors 'Miss 7 t

NEWS

I PERSONAL. A( : Beavers Anderson Brown, ,Joyce,Frankie Shirley Helene Nell Mae" Holds Its ReunionThe Bacom Mrs. Point H. J.Road Anderson's in Pahokee home was on 11

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,I \"" Mrs. Bob Howell and daughter Mrs. W. H. Mulkey and daughters Compton, Virginia :Ann tenth anniversary reunionof the scene last Thursday evening of I
!i Barbara leave Sunday for San Twila Vann and Selena Ann Crosby, Ladora.Nan 1951 graduating class of Paho- a miscellaneous bridal shower hon- '

; f Diego, Calif., to join her husband accompanied by her niece' Miss Dixon, Kaye kee High School was held Satur- oring Miss Judy Cunningham of ;,
I who Is serving in the Navy and Caroline Sellers of Pahokee, left Douglas. Dianne day evening. Twenty-four class Pahokee, bride-elect of Allen J ','
J stationed there. Mrs. Howell and Monday for their home in Vienna, Elliott, Naomi Clark representatives were present out Fowler. I
'."' daughter have been the "house Ga., after 'spending the past weekas Epstein, Carol Lynn "\ of the party of forty-two guests. Hostesses were Mrs. Sam Mc-

'.. I guests of her parents-in-law, Mr.I guests of the J. W. Vanns. Fernandez-Morrell.. Carlota Melvin (Mel) Tillis of Nashville, Kinstry Jr., Mrs. James Harry
and Mrs. William McClenithan In I Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Smith of Ft. Glllis. Betty Rae Tenn., singer and composer of Wilkinson, Mrs. J. G. Thomas Jr.,
Pahokee for the past month. Meade were the Sunday guests of Hand, Alice Western songs also recording artist Mrs. H. M. McIntosh Mrs. G. F. \
Mrs. Alma Nail, assistant post her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Hand, Linda Loretta and TV performer was introducedby Kincaid, Mrs. Olaf Boe, Mrs. Lewis I
office clerk and retired Post and Mrs. Ray Smith in Canal Holley Melbalene Willard McCurdy, who acted as Friend. Mrs. J. T. Platt Mrs. E. I Itt"
master, is working in the Bryant Point \ Humphries, Dorothy Elizabeth master of ceremonies. Mel entertain Mcllwain, Mrs. L. L. Shirley
Post Office while 'Mrs. Elsie Mrs. "Ray Smith of Canal Point Hunt, Marjorie the group by singing several Mrs. R. B. Simonson and Mrs. H.

Scruggs is on her vacation.Mr. ., spent last weekend in Pompano Kinard, Julia Ann songs he had composed and accompanying Anderson.
and Mrs. D. W. Cunninghomof Beach, 'visiting friends and relatives Lampi, Sandra Rebecca himself orf the guitar. Miss Jill Mcllwain and Miss I
Pahokee have as their ,houseguests and was accompanied home ,Scrape, Virginia Louise He sang two of his latest songs Shirley Kincaid took turns presid- I
her mother, Mrs. W., R. by her sister Mrs. Elizabeth Bauder Sears, Glenda Mae which haven't as yet been released. ing at the guest book. Over one (i'
Enecks of ,Statesboro, Ga., also who:was their guest through the Sellers, Carolyn Mary Miss Myra Cruthirds of Pahokeewas hundred guests called during the i
William Allan Fowler of Plenty- week before she returned to her Sellers, Martha Ellen in charge of the local arrange- evening. The house was beautifully ,

wood, Montanna. home in Pompano.Mr. I Sheffield, Olga .>. :' ments and gave the welcome ad- decorated, using sweetheart roses
\ Mr. and Mrs. Donald Crews ot: and Mrs. L. J. Fraser were I I Smith, Ha Mae :c'I ; dress. She was assisted by Mrs. and crepe myrtle. 1
Hollandale and Gainesville were the< I weekend visitors in Fort Myers 1 I Stacy,' Dorothy Louise Janette Mathis Johnson the class I The refreshment: table overlaid
Saturday guests of his grandparents where they attended to' business Todd, JoanneUnwin < valedictorian, and Mrs. Janet with a lace cloth, centered with an
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Crews of and visited- relatives I Brenda Kaye Adams Maloy, the class salutatorian. arrangement of sweetheart roses, I
Pahokee and Mr. and Mrs. H. L Miss Joan.Darden,who has been Upthegrove, Sandra Kay flanked by pink tapers in crystaland
Sears and brother Mack of Canal .in training Jackson. ,Memorial Whiteside, April Diane Out of town alumni and guests an heirloom cut glass punch ,
Point. The young couple were en- hospital in Miami, is the guest of Wright, Barbara included Melvin Tillis, Nashville bowl graced one end of the table.
J route to Ocean Side Calif., to spend her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. .C.Darden. Yeomans, Nellie Mae Tenn., Mrs. Mary Ellen Deal of The color theme was carried out

I ,the Summer with his mother, Mrs. Bacon, John Stebbins Statesboro, Ga., Mrs. Joan Rosen- in the dainty tea cookies. Arrangements -
, J+ John"Werner. J. S. Chastain of Pahokee wasa Barwick, Charles Jefferson berg Fitzgerald, Hawkinsville, Ga., : of roses and crepe myrtlewere
t Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Stacy. and. business"visitor in Tampa on I' Blanton, Douglas Mr. and Mrs. Chandler McIlwain, used in the living room and
family accompanied by Mr&'K. B Tuesday and Wednesday of, this Brooks William Edward Ft. Lauderdale;' Mr. and Mrs. also in the den, which served as a

Eldon and Robert of Lake Harbor,, week. Busbee, Walter Lee Charles Sears, Dectaur, Ga., Mr. display for the gifts. An electric,
enjoyed a fishing trip and barbecueat Little Miss Lisa Langfordac-' Crews Joseph Edward and Mrs. Bobby Peacock Belle dual-control blanket was a gift to

Salerno last Saturday. companied by her grandmother,, Crosby, Ronald Otto Glade; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Maxwell, the honoree by the hostesses., '
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jones, and Mrs. Evie Keen, left on Thursdayfor Culberson, Andrew Thomas local; Mr. and Mrs. Irvin (Janet They also presented corsages of
their daughter Miss Myra .Jones her home in Hampton. VirginIa..'I Davis, John, Jr. Adams) Maloy, of West Palm baby Vanda orchids to Miss Cunningham f-
of Pahokee had as their weekend She had been the house guest of Davis, Robert Alvis Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Charles I her mother and grand-
guest, Jimmy King of Leesburg.Mr. her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Echols, Renza Wayne Holmes, St. Petersburg; ,Mr. and mother for the occasion. Mrs.H. M. ,'
and Mrs. Virgil Tillis and M. D. Geiger in Canal Point for Flowers, Robert James Mrs. Sidney Caruthers, Gainesville; McIntosh grew and fashioned these I'
their two daughters: Vickie and I the past two months. Flowers William C. Mr. and Mrs. Trevette Weeks ,coi sages. Mrs. Edna Pickett had

Mickie of Wilson, North Carolina,, Mrs. L. M. Collins is visiting her I Granims, Lee (Joan Sheppherd), Lake Worth; charge of the .floral. decorations.. \
are the house guests of his brother daughter and family in Colorado Hatton Robert Thor Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lairsey, -

and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. Collins plans to,, leave Jones, Ralph Dalton > Sebring; Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Legislators Are
Wiley Tillis in Pahokee. June 20, to join his wife and visit Kautz John Edward Mackey of Stewart; and Willard
I Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Hand of his new grandson. Kennedy, Morris Arthur McCurdy of Miami.'Patterson Given Pat On Back .

I Brunswick, Georgia and their family CoL and Mrs. J. J. Eariley and Mullin Tommy, Jr. '. Palm Beach-County's legislative

j were :weekend guests of his daughters Jane,and Kathy of San Padgett, Dennis Colin \ delegation-Sen. Ralph Blank, Jr., .
t! mother, Mrs. Lessy Hand. While Antonio, Texas arrived at the Cypress Reynolds Gary Circle In and Reps. Emmett Roberts and
here they attended the graduation Lodge yesterday and are to Russom, Wilburn Curtis Jerry Thomas-won official thanks
I exercises of his daughter, Alice be the guests of her parents,"'Col. I Sheffield, Denver Larren. Monday MeetingThe in the form of a resolution adoptedthis .
, Hand from
and Linda
Hand niece
and, Mrs. W. S. Evans. I Smith James week by the county commis-
Pahokee School
High Friday even
Mrs. Ralph Grimes and sons of Watson, Calvin Willis lone Patterson Circle of Ca-
ing. Pahokee were the, weekend guestsof t Williams, James Lamar nal Point Baptist Church met in sion.The resolution said the delegation -
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Hooks have her husband in Zellwood where I Wilson, Michael Terrence 'tho ,church Monday June! 12th at has rendered excellent service
.as their house guests, their grand- he is employed in the produce har- I Woods f Charles Henry ; which 'win benefit Palm Beach
sons Lamar Hooks of Atlanta and -- ----- -. 3:00 P.M:Mrs. W S. Evans, chair-
vesting business) in that area. County and that the group had
Jim Harris of West Palm Beach. 'Yra.'J. R. York has returned to I Cancer Gifts In I man, presided over the business forcefully and aggressively took
Curtis' Yeomans' of Canal Point her home after spending several session.. The devotional was given action to prevent the county from
'was transferred last week from weeks with her daughter and family Memory Friends i by Mrs. Walter Cross. Mrs. J. D. i losing gas tax in a proposed split

the Everglades Memorial Hospitalto Mr. and Mrs. Browning Roach Latham presented the program on : of Lake Okeechobee."We .
the County Home in West Palm in Tenn. Contributions in them individuallyand
Maryville, given memoryof "Intercessory Prayer" assisted by commend
Beach. J. P. Parker has returned to his persons who had died of cancer Mrs. Frank O'Connell, Mrs. C. B. collectively for their work,"
David Jones of Gainesville was home after being a 'patient in the may be contributed to local Coun- Jones, Mrs. W. S. Evans and Mrs. the resolution said.
I the Monday overnight guest of his .. ;;0.
Everglades Memorial Hospital, ty Units or to the Florida Division Charles Stewart.
mother, Mrs. C. B. Jones and his M. P. Stanley Pahokee is 'a office of the American Cancer So- The chairman appointed a nomi- CIRCLES TO MEET
I Point.brother, A. W. Jones .in Canal patient in the Good Samaritan II ciety to further support cancer nating committee to select the new I The following WSCS ,Circles of

Hospital in West Palm Beach as control programs of public educa- slate of officers for the coming Pahokee Methodist Church will
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weeks of
a result of an injury he receivdd: tion, scientific research and patient year. Those appointed on this com- meet Monday June 19th: The
Miami were the weekend guests of from a fall...... services. mittee were: Mrs. Paul Rardin Mable Simonson Circle will meetat
his Mr. and Mrs. J. G. .
parents,
Mrs. Arch Blakey;
of
The announcement was made chairman, Mrs. Frank O'Connelland the home
: Weeks in Canal Point. yesterday from the Society's head- Mrs. M. C. Carter. The July. The Gertrude Shirley Circle will
Mrs.: : E. E. and Rich-
Seydell son
quarters in Tampa in answer to an meeting will be held at the home meet with Mrs. T. C. O'Steen at
ard Lee to arrive in
Meyer are
increasing number of public inquiries of Mrs. J. J. Walker of Port May- the Parsonage; The Vena Mae
Miami: today, by plane from Cuya-
since the death of veteran aca, with Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux in Schroder Circle will meet at the
hoge Falls, Ohio, and will spent the
I home of Mrs Hugo Boe.
film actor Gary Cooper. charge of the program.
weekend,in Pahokee to attend the .
According to a Society spokesman -
wedding of Miss Nancy Thomas to '"
Lt. and Mrs. Bill Corinne "many Floridians contributeto
her Robert Cary ( .
son, Meyer. each ,., .,,.,,., ., .,_ .\.r..nrl\"frA""r.i'J'\'iji". ;
Collins of Colorado Cola the Cancer Memorial Fund .1'\ '.1'' .1'"Wn. \ \ '.1'1" '\
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Point left laSt week for a visit with rado, ,are proud to announce the year. Gifts are usually contributedin
.'\, her son ,and daughter-in-law Mf.I birth of a ,son, Jeffery William, memory of close friends or Relatives -
I and Mrs.W. D.Hitchcockand born, June, eig'hlng'5Jbs. 12.oz.The'maternal although an Increasing number GLADES ENTERPRISES
grah pai'ents '; of contributions are being ma eas'hokens
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:ily in:MUledgeville.Girt {"'4Mr. :;t* : ate
and Mrs.: James'.E.rGifeaon Mr. and Mrs. L. M-c 11cl,: r.hokee. 'P....,--- of respect to prominent .
., .. persons such as John Foster Dul- -
i daughter, Jamie, of; \Can4lrPoint -., _.' "JV-. '"-' les,/RfcbArd Sielton/'son comedian (INCORPORATED)
: ; spending: this-week in
... homasville elf .l? ,Red,Skelton; sports greats %>: ;Ana
Georgia, as guests' Straw ts Grace Babe 'Ruth and "Babe Dicrikson Of f ering Ne Pilin Pile Driving
Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. ,E "
Gibson. Pahokee Patrolmen Zaharias, Broadway' lyricist Oscar

Mr. and Mrs. E. F. McIlwain Hammerstein,and many others. Service To The EvergladesNo

I V has, as, their weekend guests their Handsome new, ventilated straw When a memorial contribution is
j. son 'and' daughte -law, ,Mr. arid hats grace the heads of members made, to either a County Unit or matter ,what your needs in 'piling, just give us
:, Mrs C. E. Mcllwain of.Fort Lauderdale of; the Pahokee Police Departmentthis the Society division office, the giftis a ring at 7940 and we will be ready to take care of
4 also Mr. and Mrs. Ralph summer, according to Police recorded and put in a permanent lightwood
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file. Without mention of the your wants. We have piling, green or ,
Wood and daughter, Deanna of Chief Leon Guthrie who authorized -
I.t j Moore Haven. the change to summer wear. amount given an appropriate card for your needs. You'll find our prices reasonable.Give .
Mrs. Adaline Stuckey of Paho- The hats give the department in the name of the Doner, is sent us a call if you are planning a building.

( kee accompanied by her houseguest members a new look after lookingat to the family of the deceased IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII,, .
.. Mrs. Lee McArthur of Jacksonville the caps they have worn throughthe The donor, in turn receives an IIIIIIIIIII -
I 1-- "j .,left Monday for :Miami years. acknowledgement receipt whichis Free Estimates Cheerfully Given
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: their sister-in-law, Mrs. L. L RECEIVE DEGREEMr. bution has been made and will +t+++*+&H&www+ttW+*+'Wtt
: I Stuckey. .,. and :Mrs. ,Danny Mullia arrived be used to help support the .f
Principal and Mrs. W. W. White In Canal Point Saturday from Society's? year-round cancer con-
j of Canal :Point and Royal Palm Cocoa and joined their young son trol programs. Official receipts of Glades Enterprises
Beach plan to leave next week fOI at the home of her parents, Mr. contributions are recognized for
a vacation with relatives in Ken and Mrs. R.S. Stokes."After a briefvisit tax exemption purposes. CAl'AL'POINT FLORIDA
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tucky. here and with his parents, Mr. '
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Vann' 'and and.Mrs.. C. H. Mullls in Pahokee Mr. and Mrs. .John Williams and OWNED AND OPERATED BY:

f't. their niece,. Miss ,Caroline Sellers, they plan to return to Cocoa where children,.Amy? Jo and Jean Beth of George H. Tucker, Jr., President .
of Pahokee, accompanied by thek he is ,employed by the EquitableLife Orlando were Monday visitors of
house guests her sister and nieces,; Assurance' Society of America his parents,- Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Harold B. Wilkinson, Vice President.R. .
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l' 'Jalkey; ,and daughters, Mr." .,Muliki.entered:the University .I WIBteas -'la. Canal Point. They' O. Shackford, Sr., Secretary-Treasurer
_." aan and Selena :Ann of of Fla. two years ag and received I were oa their way home from a .

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,Board Chairman eighteen School whose pupils teacher and is the Miss Primary Helen Glades-Way Ahead.Iii Red Cross. Benefits Cattlemen. Honor. 11

Raighton with about thirty-four H O. Partin Today
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"Here they are building a large Rardin Building TALLAHASSEE of Flor- 1

ten thousand dollar Vocational Canal Point, Florida .
? ida's outstanding cattlemen will be I \
February 16, 1922-a little School, which is a Modern brick .
Gentlemen: honored Friday (June 16) by the I

I more than 39 years ago a bright building conveniences and,will such have water all modern works, The Palm Beach County Chapter. American Red Cross did not have State Department Agriculture:

young man in Canal Point School as !a fund drive in Pahokee and Canal Point in.March 1961. These are the at the closing session of the Flor-

wrote an essay on the Town of Ca- sewerage, and comfortable desks.I only towns in Palm Beach County that did not contribute as a chairman ida Cattlemen's Association mid-
nal Point. think they will teach agriculture, could not be obtained for the drive. year convention Clcwiston.. .,j
Today that bright
young and will also have twelve grades. Your communities have certainly been the end where .
man Is the Chairman of the Palm on receiving For his long and valuable serviceto
"Mr. Bar to has contracted to Red Cross is concerned. Here
are the facts about what Red Cross has
and in
agriculture, recognitionof
Beach County Board of Public Instruction : .* :, the Glades
build the school-houso, he has ( )n since 1956:
-Thurmond W. Knight of, about nine or ten men at work, excluding ; Lurch 31, 1956, 53 family fireFebruary $ 5,553.89: his contribution to building and
Lake Park and : or a 3, 1958 9 expanding the state's ,cattle industry -
many years himself and his brother i family fireFebruary 2,167.25 I'
resident cf Paho .C:. II who are brick masons" 10, 1958 11 family fire 839.19 Henry O. Partin, Kissim-
A copy of this essay"'was placed J October 8, 1958, 47 family tornado 11,974.05 mee, will be presented with an en- I
in the corner stone of the school I March 15, 1950, 7 family fire 311.78 graved plaque by'Commissioner'

I being built at thai time and only December 18, 1960,1 family fire 46.63 Doyle Conner. Conner will be a

.recently Mr. Knight was given the II IIJ' I Travel Agents Like February 13, 1961, 8 family fire 855.00 featured speaker on the eking
May 30, .1961. 32 family fire
2,772.00
, original from the files'of the Canal Miami Beach' Rates day's program. \

Point School. Just to 'prove that j jI i -- Total ,$24,620.79During ,Partin has been engaged in the i
cattle business since he was a boy.A .
.time hasn't done much to Canal
\ j MIAMI BEACH Forty one this same period (1956 through 1960) Pahokee-Canal Point
Point, we are printing the essay Scandinavian travel agents just contributions amounted to $5,112.92. This amount of $24,620.79Vas pioneer importer and breeder of I
f .in full: completed a visit to Miami Beach spent with local merchants. the Brahman: strain he now has

"Canal Point is a small town at and declared their surprise at the Won't you make your 1961 contribution now. It is needed! one of the largest and finest pure- (

the mouth of the Palm Beach Ca-' low rates in the summer and fall Sincerely, bred herds of Brahmans in Florida. !'

nal, on Lake Okeechobee, which Is in the luxurious resort hotels. Lewis Friend His Emperor and Manso lines have

a great body of fresh water sixty The group were guests of Morris Member of Board of Directors achieved international fame. In .
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miles long and forty miles wide. Lansbaugh president of Miami w recognition of his work in developing -
r "The the breed, he has been a director -
first farms were"owned bya Beach's Associated Hotels, Inc. Attorney and Mrs. Ralph J'ohnMr.. and'Mrs. J.' G. Thomas, Jr.,
of both the Eastern and American ,
few -
fishermen '
that out here
were and Scandinavian Airlines of Pahokee will leave next
left
System son 'yesterday for several days va- I
fishing, but thelargest: farm here Inc. They were also greetedby Wednesday for a vacation trip to cation in Panama City Beach. I Brahman Breeders, Associa

was'first, owned by H. F. Harmon Judge Kenneth Oka of Miami Ohio, the home of her relatives. -- tions.
I As a member of the State's live-
who
out here and
I came bought a Beach and officials of National I I Mrs. Ted Figentzer of St. Louis,
section of muck land. Now he has stock regulatory agencies, Partln'sservice
Airlines, the Florida Development Eddie Hightower, of Winter Missouri and Mrs. J. G. Parker and 'r,
' I is of
his one the longest on
sold farm
Jt t to the Florida Sugar
Commission, the Florida Hotel Association
I Park is this week with .
spending
r and Produce. I and the Miami Beach children, were the Sunday guestshis record, according to Conner. He
"At present we have here three I Chamber of Commerce.APPRECIATION former ,roommate Johnnie I of her son and daughter-in-law served nearly six years, on the old -
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stores, one Post Office, and one Smith and his parentS, Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Parker in Canal Livestock Sanitary Board, from !

hotel. Also another' store is being Mrs. R.- T. Smith in Canal Point. I'' Point. February 15, 1945 to September 5, I

built by Mr. Davis of,Bacom Point, I II I 1950. When the agency was reor-
wish to thank my many friends ganized as the Florida Livestock. ,"

Fla."There are about five' hundred who were so kind and thoughtful I Pahokee GamesCOACHES I Board in 1953 he was appointed to

inhabitants at Canal Point. while I was ill in the hospital. I Pony League it in June of that year the only

"We have two schools here the i shall always remember these kind- member at that time with experience -

,Grammer School, whose teacher is ARE ALVY EARLY AND MELVINUGH on the previous boards He

:Miss Alice Presley, with about I necces.MRS LUKE DUFRESNE FIRST GAME AT 6:30 P. BL SECOND GAME AT 8:15 P. BL served cpntinuously for about 7% I

I Date To Be Played At Sponsor SponsorR years, until January 15 last when
__ .- reorganization of the Agriculture
5-15-61 Pahokee Bank & Pioneer Farm Team
1 5-15-61 Belle Glade Duda & Royal Kilgore 3-J PonyR Department became effective.

5-18-61.} South Bay Duda & 3-J Pony .. ... I
5-18-61 PahokeeBelle Bank & Royal Farm Team "
2R 5-18-61 Glade Kilgore & Pioneer Farm.Team Over 6,000 Service, ;s

l '5-22-61 Pahokee Kilgore'& Royal Farm Team Stations In StateJACKSONVILLE '
: 3 5-22-61 Belle Glade Duda & Bank Pioneer 3-J PonyR

I 5-25-61: Pahokee Bank & Kilgore 3-J Pony & Royal .j'
Latest Cen-
t I 4 5-25-61 ,Belle Glade Duda & Pioneer Farm TeamR ..
sus Bureau,figures show that Florida -
5-29-61' South BayPahokee Bank & 3-J Pony
n has
I 6,105 service'stations' to
.' a. 5-29-61 Pioneer Royal Farm Team
ky a ..a. ..Q.w < ve-
5R 5-29-61 Belle Glade Duda & Kilgore Farm Team I
hicles, the Florida Petroleum Council ,
Ii 6--1-61/ PAhokee'Duda & Royal Kilgore,& 3-J Pony ,1-
This is ratio
reported today.
6 6- 1-61 Belle Glade Pioneer & Bank Farm TeamR a
of one service station for each.336
6-12-61 Pahokee Bank & Royal < Farm Team vehicles. ;
6-l2-61, Belle Glade Duda & 3-J Pony Kilgore & Pioneer
7R Citing the recently-released final jt;
i 6-15-61 South Bay Pioneer & 3-J Pony '
figure for 1958, the of'the ;
8 6-15-61 PahokeeBelle Bank & Duda Farm Team year
'Jt' sAti S '' last government count John F.
6-15-61 Glade Royal & Kilgore Farm TeamR
White, Chairman of the organization -
j 6-19-61 Pahokee 3-J Pony & Royal Farm Team !
said that the number
9' 6-19-61 Belle Glade Duda & Pioneer Kilgore .& BankR although
of stations represented a 63.7
I 6-22-61 Pahokee Royal & Pioneer' Farm Team per-
cent increase the
10 62261Belle Glade Bank & 3-J Pony Duda & KilgoreR over 1948 ratio
of stations to motor vehicle -
mow. 6-26-61 South & 3-J population
BayPahokee Kilgore Pony .
declined the .decade. ?/
11 6-26-61 Pioneer Bank Farm Team during '
I 6-26-61 Belle Glade Royal Duda Farm Team He noted that 10 years ago there 7
was one station for each 207 r.
/ R 6-29-61 Pahokee Duda & 3-J Pony Bank & Royal ve <
hicles.
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Z :? 12 6-29-61 Belle GladePahokee Pioneer & Kilgore Farm TeamR
Vehicle registrations 'Florida
7- 3-61 Duda & Bank Farm Team J
13 7- 3-61 Belle Glade Royal &Kilgore Pioneer 3-J PonyR showed an increase of 166.1'percentover
the 770,935 figure in 1948 he
7- 6-61 South BayPahokee 3-J' Pony & Royal ,' ";
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14 7661 Bank & Kilgore Farm,Team pointed, out. ,

Just say the word 7661, Belle Glade Duda & Pioneer ,Farm Team i
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<:; R. 7-10-81 Pahokee Bank & 3-J Pony Pioneer Royal ON VACATION TRIP "' '"

c, I I 15 7-10-61 'Belle Glade Duda &: Kilgore Farm Team Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Scruggs Sn,

of Runyon and her mother :Mrs.
and suddenly you're saving i
Susie Williams of Chiefland,' who .j
Pahokee Little League Games has been their house guest .'for ,'< '

iE 11 .. ,, the,past month, left Saturday on a ..

I If! ate'ms's COACHES :ARE: DOW 1{cCLELLAND"LEO 'SPOONERI; 'j three1..weeks vacation-trip to New

J iiiHE"PAYROLL SAVINGS PLAN MARVIN CO WART. GENE BRADLEY AND, ,' 1MURPHf Jersey New York anct=Wa.sh1ng-
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PTTT lf toil!IX'C.; Before they return home .
: S:1t'.Ji.t: ; i : 8:15' they plan to visit their.Bon-in t. ;FIRST GAME AT 6:S :p.'M. ; SECOND.GAME AT P.M.1i !

I ..v> : ; WHERE 'YOU WORK, ( ; ,.; };.. ; ,: 1 I '' b To'Be.Played A t Sponsor-, ,.? : -J r Sponsor'J'' :: i: .Clark arid daughter and famliy"'ofLerittown, Mttand-3Irs.J3E.., ,:

i R. 5-i6-61 Pahokee dvitan-Spencer Gre ge"Pionetr'!' :N.J. :

1 5-16-61 Belle Glade B. G. Lions Hatton RotaryWedg.R -
: It takes only seven little words to start you on a J

':., program of automatic saving "Put me on the 5-19-61( Pahokee Hatton-Spencer ClvitanPioneerGressingerWedff. BACK TO ATLANTA .' '

I : Payroll Savings Plan! Whafs: more, you don'thave 2R 5-19-61 Belle GladePahokee B G Lions-Rotary Stanley Hooks left Saturday'forhis

'7'r: to go far to,say them. Just cay them to your 5-23-61 Hatton-Civitan Wedgworth-Pioneer home in Atlanta,'Georgia, after
5-23-61 Belle Glade Rotary-Spencer Gressinger-B G Lions'
spending .the week with his
past
; employer. He'll do all the work: set aside the 3R
5-26-61 Pahokee Spencer-Gressinger Pioneer-B G Lions parents, Mr. and Mrs.D. L. Hooks :
deliver
amount choose from check and
you your
,
I' : 5-26-61 Belle Glade Civitan Wedgworth Rotary-Hatton
r in Canal Point. He was accompanied -
your Bonds when you've accumulated 'enough for 4R.
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5-30-61 Pahokee Pioneer-Spencer Hatton-Gressinger to Adel Georgia, by Mr. and
j' a purchase. ., 5-30-61 Belle Glade Civitan-Rotary B. G. Lions-Wcdg.<<; Mrs. T. M. Yeomans, of that city

I \0 Hie Bonds.you buy now pay 3%.% interest to 5R 6- 2-61 Pahokee Hatton-Pioneer Wedgworth-Spencer I who came here Ia.8tweek to attend

1 ': maturity:-and keep earning for 10 years aftey 6- 2-61 ,Belle Glade ressinger-Rotary Clv1 -Lions the graduation exercises 'of their
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i -- ;... maturity. .., 6R 6-13-61 Pahokee Spencer-Lions Rotary-Pioneer granddaughter, Miss Nellie :Mae

I'i So, say the word. Sign up now 7R 6-13-61 Belle Glade Civitan-Gressinger Wedg-Hatton Yeoman, from Pahokee High; ,

to.buy Bonds regularly where : 6-16-61 Pahokee Hatton-B Lions, Pioneer-Gressinger School.. "

'!' ., you work through the Payroll 8R 6-16-61 Belle Glade Rotary-Wedgworth Spencer-Qvitan .."

:;},: Savings, Plan. 6-20-61 Pahokee Pioneer-Civitan Hatton-Spencer T. D. Mullin accompanied by his -

". ., .' 9R 6-20-61 Belle Glade, Gressinger-Wedg. Rotary-B. G. Lions wife and son T. D. Mullin, Jr., left ._.
'- I : :' 6-23-61 Pahokee Civitan-Hatton Wedgwrorth-Pioneer Saturday for Ocala where they ;

10 6-23-61 Belle Glade Rotary-Spencer Grearinger-B.G.Lions win reside for,the summers-Mr.

-t'it: ,". :.p ::.lYow! save more than. money' with R 6-27-61 Pahokee B Lions-Pioneer Spencer-Gressinger Mullin will resume,his duties in the 1
11 6-27-61 Belle Glade Civitan-Wedgworth Rotary-Hatton office of the Joe Brown Produce

: Wi.'S' R 6-30-61 Pahokee Gressinger-Hatton Pioneer-Spencer Company. ,He has been working in

Savings Bonds; 12 6-30-61 Belle Glade B. G. Lions-Wedg. Civitan-Rotary: Ocala; for several weeks and returned 1

\ ,t ,. R 7- U1 Pahokee Hatton-Pi) neer Wedgworth-Speacer here Friday to attend the
'13 7- 4-61 Belle Glade G. Lions graduation exercises of his' f son,
:'. 2' U.S..Go12eTnm8n$ does eot pay for tkstTkc :! : .. Gressinger-Rotary Civitan-B.
<.: Treasury Deparlmm, thank:, for t1te idoasuson R 7-'7-61 Pahokee WedgworlhPioneerRotaly Tom, Jr- from Pahokee High
? ,.1.'M Acvn1iriag( ems aud : 14 7- 1-61 Belle Glade Gressihger-Civitan ;.'BG Lions-Speacer j4chool. <
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it would oppose the supremacy of Alabama & Texas To .
'rFirst N Spirit, God, and impugn the wisdom -
of the creator. Jesus,walkedon Have Glades Visitors
the waves, fed the multitude,
healed the sick, and raised the Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Hughes and
. I dead in direct opposition to material son. Lewell of Bryant, left yester-
laws." day for Orlando where they will
Iel The Golden Text is from Revelation be joined by their daughter, Miss
l P (11): "We give thee thanks, i Kay Hughes, for a two week's va-
O Lord ,God Almighty, which art cation in Alabama and Texas.Their ;
i and wast, and art to come; because first stop will be Brantley, Alabama '
thou has taken to thee thy great ,where they will be the guestsof
power, and hast reigned.." her mother, Mrs. Polly Camp-
,-, Methodist The Church Of God Christian Science bell; than, on to Killeen, Texas, to

Church, Pahokee Of Prophecy, Pahokee Group Of Canal Point McCalls Home, After visit, Sgt.their and son Mrs.and Leland daughterinlaw Hughes.-

1 .. Visit In GeorgiaMr. .
'Is the Universe Man,
Including
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;: Rev. T. C. O'Steen Canal Point Road
Evolved Atomic Force?" is the Funeral Services
... SUNDAY: John H. Kinard pastor by and Mrs. J. L. McCall returned -
_ 9:45 a. m.-Church SChoolr 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School be subject read of the Lesson-Sermon at Christian Science to-. to their home in Canal Point For Thomas Arnold i L
11:00 a. m.--Morning Worship! 11:00 a. .Preaching Service Sunday
I" churches. Monday after spending the past
6:45 p.'m.MYF 7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service Funeral services 11 1 d
The superiority of divine law month in Chamblee, Ga., as guestsof ware e
7:45'p. -Evening Worship 8:00 m. Tuesday V. L. B.
PI ,over the laws of matter will be their son and daughter-in-law, Thursday aftrnoon in Winter Gar-
TUESDAY
: 8:00 m. ThUrsday-W. M. B.
7:00 p. :Vesper Choir prac, Everyone p. welcome. Special music ,emphasized. Included in the Bible Dr. and Mrs.:James McCall.M.M.C. den for Thomas Arnold, 70, who .
t,'. ticeWEDNESDAY, and readings is the' account in John ; Eugene McCall of the U. S. Navy died suddenly of a ,heart attack
, : singing.-" m m m (6) of how Christ Jesus walkedon stationed in Chicago, 111., and his Tuesday. His wife is a sister of J.
'... 7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions the sea to join his disciples in son Mike joined his parents in I S. Chastain of Pahokee. Mr. and .
. 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac- The Methodist Church their ship. Chamblee and accompanied them Mrs. J.. S. Chastain and Mrs. An- i
; tice.Canal Canal Point, FloridaRobert From "Science and Health with home. Eugene will visit the Mc- derson Chastain were in attendance
Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Calls and Mr and Mrs. M. C. Carter at the funeral. I
; A. Shelley, Pastor Baker Eddy will be read (p.: 273): before he returns to Chicago, -
<. Point First SUNDAY: '"God never ordained a material young Mike plans to spend the Paul Parker of West Palm Beachis
i',": Baptist Church 10:00:a. m.-Church School law to annual the spiritual !avI /.I Summer with his grand-parents, the guest this week of his cous- .{
r : 11:00 a. m.4 Morning'Worship I If there were such a material law, I in Canal Point and Port Mayaca. in Ricky Parker in Canal Point.

;'. Elder R.E.Barfield r 6:30 p. m.:: Youth Fellowship

>'' SUNDAY: 7:30 p. '.-Evening, Worship ,
Ztftftitffftib I t I t tI
MONDAY: .
10:00 School
> a.m.-Sunday .
3:15 p. m. Youth'Choir practice
11:00 a. m. Morning. Worship
; 7:00 p. .-B. T. C. TUESDAY:
8:00 p. .-Woman's Society
, 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship
1st Tuesday2nd
WEDNDESDAY:
'- :MONDAY:
Midweek
7:30 p. Prayer
[t. Service 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting
r. 2nd and 4th TUESDAYs.:: WEDNESDAY: Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade
7:30 p. m.--Prayer Meeting
Auxiliary :
; 7:30 Ladies
p. m. ....
Meeting. SALES and SERVICE
J. Church Of God, I.
1I Heating Air Conditioning Appliances 1
t Canal Point Barfield Highway I I

Baptist Church Pahokee Florida IJM4J! M4jJ.MIM1j! W 1j J.wIM. .WI 'iM'JMl JMljM'WiM'1: .v..4 J.v.jW "'v.'iA..Wj.Y..4IM4ljMl! 4j"'V.'i 4jjMljj.\L N
\ 9:45 A. M.-Sunday School I
,, Rev Charles- D. Stewart, Pastor 11:00 A. M. Morning Worship .
SUNDAY: 7:30 P. Evangelistic.: Service
:! 9:45 a. m.-8unday'School 7:30 P.M.Tuesday-Prayer Meeting
; 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship !

6:30'p.. m.-Training Union. 7:30 P. M. Thursday-Y. P. E.
7:30 p. .-Evening Worship I ..-.... I .
WEDNESDAY:
I Holy Nativity .;. "
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. }< :\._
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The Pahokee ChurchOf .'., -... .. :.,. \.

The Nazarene M. Wendell Hainlin Vicar if 'i

SUNDAY:
:. 71 Bacom Point Road 10 a. SundaySchool I
Charles F. Crauswell. Pastor 11 a. m. Worship Service rrw ;(f44\
'Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 -- .
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SUNDAY SERVICES:
i 9:45 a. m.-Sunday' School. St. Mary's Catholic '
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. ChurchFather
6:30 p. m.-Juniors. p,, :ii 't : J Sc
. 7:00 p. m.-Sunaay Evening Francis Fennech, Pastor
I Evangelistic Service. Sunday Mass -11:30 a. m. : ddo
WEDNESDAY: Confessions before Mass. :
7:30 m.-i.ndweek Prayer
p.meeting. ---e. :. : ... .....

"Where you are a stranger but St. Peter's Lutheran
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once". Church Belle Glade
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August Koerber, Pastor
First Baptist 601 W..Lake Rd...Belle Glade ... .
Church, PahokeeSUNDAY SUNDAY: ? .
Divine Services 11 A.'M. f /

SERVICES: School 9:45 A. M. "glve -
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9:45 a. m.-rSunday School
11:00 a. m.;; Morning Worship Mr. and Mrs. J.' H. Miller of Canal I h _
6:45 p.m Trainlng'Union Point spent the weekend in 1
8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship Miami with their son-in-law.and '
WEDNESDAY: daughter Mr. and Mrs. Lou Lombard I ;. betLrS
8:00 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. and daughter liisa.'

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Are regularly held at the Glades .Livestock Market I
which. is owned _and operated. by more than 120 \ Tasteful and welcome electrical gifts have lasting value...are enjoyed l!
long after others are forgotten.So ... I
Florida Cattlemen.You'll .
be a thoughtful giver! See the marvelous selections for mom, ; f>
the excellent' service receive here
enjoy you' q' dad, brides,..graduates,anniversaries-for that special occasionat '. i
at this Market We make an effort at all times'-' to givean your electric appliance deafer. '
outstanding.service to buyer and'seller.. Give' us \
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And for that really Special Gift: may we suggest a flaTpefegq electric .

trial. : I. dryer, or dishwasher, or automatic range, or TV'set, or other r
: -i--H--n"' i-l-+ !3 major electric appliance to lighten work and brighten leisure.FLORIDA .
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SALES EVERY MONDAY 1 .p. m- !5 .

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Glades Livestock MarketPteae fJ. .
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t i A: With Series E Bonds,'the rate turns $18.75 into You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the .
$25.00 fourteen months faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity.. H Bonds provide
Your savings increase faster, because your Bonds income for living, expenses, while E Bonds build a ._, J:
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nest for the-future. That's retired '
why
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in 7 9 months many "
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years tf .....
. people:hold H Bonds and families saving for) say, a < &
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year maturity period .child's education, buy E Bonds'- '
stays the same but more interest is paid you each 0 (1. .
.t six months.With both E and H Bonds the new.rate Q:In what denominations can I buy series E and series \. + I
works out to 2M%for the first year and a half;.then H Bonds? : A -

a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity. A; Bonds: $25 (cost $18.75), $50 (cost $37.50)), $100 :,_: I
Q:When did the,new rate become effective? (cost $75.00), $200 (cost $150.00), $500 .. f)
! i: : A: June 1, 1:959: (cost $375.00), $1,000 (cost $750.00), '', ;'.:...-. !
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I ;Q:Does the new rate change; the Beads, I bought before -- Bonds: $500, $1,000, $5,000 and $10,000. They. f ,;i" + )
June 1,1959?, are priced at face value. I : -'f: "
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t .crease takes effect in the first full interest.period A: Savings Bonds are an absolutely riakless way to "., : ;" I
\afterJuneL' save. The United States Government guarantees ..
the cash value of your Bonds will not drop, that it 0 ,'.
i : Q:Will the Bonds I own automatically earn their new can only grow. 'f" ', ;fr 4't JJ

rate? Ck What if my Boads should be lost, stolen or destroyed .. (;
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your Bonds. #. I': '
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i y o ,.-\' Bonds amt buy new ogee? every payday. The Bonds you boy! by' ,i- ,
At No. The automatic u% increase malm it tmnec- installments are delivered to you automatical"too. r .. ,:':' I
fEIU'Y-and.iB almost every case it is to ya*adva- Your bank wffl take your order for H BoBd :. .;/:}. "- ,

A ... \ iBgetoxetainyourp+eeent Bonds. QHoir do I help strengthen America's peace power F'1 .... J
1. .." ,Q.rxow ace series H Scrods nFefcaC fpoin ..... B vrhtn buy U.s. Savings Hotels? i ::1' ..ui
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,- Pahokee Banker Inntsdfoix I!! l\fissThomasWillBel\arriedSunday At Noon I Io New Junior Club Farwell Party For

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For 4-H To Be FormedA
Jerry Rushing
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.;lll. ,: ..- cafe.uHy scree"ned": tb insure that.
jfk''':", all"r students meet educational and i new Junior Leaders' 4-H Club Misses Louise and Evelyn Stacy

'iJ}"- professional requirements accordIng -: will be formed in Canal Point.:The entertained with a farewell party

:'.;: ,to' Orrin H. Swayze, director of first meeting will be held on Mon- Tuesday evening at ,their home at
: school_..Mr. :Swayze- executive -
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the
day, June 19 at 10:00 A. M. at the Bryant in honor of Jerry Rushingwho
1. ,. vice president of First Nation-:
; Canal__Point Center. f
Community
.','": alBank. of Jackson, Miss. I I is leaving soon to serve two
, All girls who will attend Pahokee
.' :During the, three-year course,I! :x.'x I High School. the Fall are invit- years in the U. S. Army. Those attending l''

.;f. bankers' receive. instruction at the I ed to. be present at this meeting. were: Miss Mary Ellen .I"
level in law, "
graduate banking !
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Mrs Elmer Maxson will be the Jimmerson, Misses Benita and '
-' commercial bank credit, investments -i
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|; leader for the group. Jerelyn Johns, Misses Doris and ,
P. agricultural economics and
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H Plans will be made at this meet- peggy Spence, Miss Betty Mathis,
r ,' agricultural credit, bank manage- ing for future activities and pro Bobby Jimmerson, Jerry Rushing,
: ment, bank operations, foreign
jects. James and Kenneth Martin, all of
; : ... trade and international finance,
,: Parents are urged to attend with Belle Glade and Gene Stacy, Bryant -
r real estate financing, business
their daughters.
r'-, conditions, public relations, trust /I
.L-- department procedures and prac-
tices, and special problems of small l++4'4'+++++ ..il I I Ml I M I M 31 t I I ITHEATRES I

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Shirley Anderson To
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( Wed Wilbur Echols PRINCE LAKE DRIVEINPahokee ,

Pahokee-Belle Glade Roadi'
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t-., Miss Shirley Anderson, of Canal < -
t;I: Point, bride elect of Wilbur Echols .
2BIOFEATURFBSUNDAY1IONDAYTUESDAY
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L' of Canal Point, was honored with
k'. a calling shower :June 1st, 7:30- SUNDAY MONDAY-TUESDAY
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;i 9:30 P. M., at the home of Mrs. P. JUNE 18-19-20'
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i" A. Slonaker in Pahokee. The hostess % } JUNE 18120
1 was assisted by Mrs. William I : "ELMER GANTRY"
r. Gardener of Royal Palm Beach. The marriage of Miss Nancy will be J. V. Thomas, Jr., brotherof ,'TIlE' MISFITS"
i'+ Approximately forty guests called Thomas of Pahokee to Robert I the bride-elect of Pahokee, and BURT LANCASTER AND
'. during the evening. Meyer of Miami will be solemnized Jay Gibson, cousin of the bride- JEAN SIMMONS ,-
.Mrs. L. D. Echols, mother the in a double ring ceremony at the groom of Ft. Lauderdale. CLARK. GABLE, MARLIN ..
bride-groom and Mrs. W. L. Anderson -' First Methodist Church of Pahokee No formal, invitations are being l\IONROE.AND ELI -ALSO-

mother of the bride-elect were SundaylJune 18th immediately fol- issued locally but all friends of the 'VALLACU' '"The Music Box"
f. in the receiving line'with the hont lowing the morning church ser bridal couple are cordially invitedto

:" oree. vice. Officiating will be the Rev. the wedding. Y. t-frfr.-fr 's-M-s-fr I. M-M-fr tIt 1+r1 t t tIt t >l>>l>'I tit>l>>l>>l>i-Il> iI-)
refreshment table C. O'Steen, pastor of the church. .
Tie was overlaid -
with white embroidered cloth.I IT.Miss Jill Mdlwain of Pahokee I ____u __
centered with a crystal punch bowl will be the organist and Robert O.

encircled by pink hibiscus' flowers. I I Lampi of Pahokee will be the vo ,
i, pillowed in baby breath fern. calist.
Miss Thomas has chosen as her .
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K t only' ttendant and maid'of honor ,Another First for Florida. :
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: Gene Barwick New -
her cousin, Miss Linda Hand of Pa- .
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Mr. will have his brother, ,: ". }
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Meyer aMy v$ : : ;% y y a 8 "'.r / "-
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Richard Lee Meyer of Cuyahoga v : K A
Okeechobee Fanner'sCoop '.Si. ;}v%a''o ,,
Falls, Ohio, as best man. Ushers ii %/ $.: : !
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of Canal Point and Pahokeehas I i'i:.: 1 :j3 DE i '% ''r'Y?::; :':: .
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. obtained Gene Barwick, recently I .vSGr
of Pompano Beach, as Sales Little Miss Terri Thomas' is a r: knr a ..syY;..
Manager to replace the former II' guest her grandparents, Mr. and ?;
manager, Edmond Thomas. He as- Mrs. Bob Kelley in Fort Pierce. {
sumes duties July 1st. This notice I She was accompanied tQ Fort I /'
came as a result of the June 12th Pierce by her aunt Madelyn, who
t" f ,Board of Director's meeting. j I was their house guest last week. < f;
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