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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 30, 1961
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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II Magistrate's Court Opens Fireworks, BarBQIn Pahokee Will Vote July 7 'I I


I Pahokee July 4


In Glades On Next Monday On 'Whiskey Selling Hours 4

Next Tuesday, July 4, will be a 11

. big day for Pahokee and lovers of
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I Next Monday, July 3, will mark I Pahokee Lions' isfied along about sundown when Youth Center Will A special straw vote will be held

another progressive, step in the history Hear Water ProblemsAt the annual Fourth of July displayof Be Open This Summer Pahokee on Friday, July 7, to

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of Western Palm Beach County fireworks is loosed over Lake ascertain the opinion of qualified
-- voters of Pahokee about whiskey
Okeechobee. -'
when the recently created Maglstrate'.s the PahokeeXdons Club meet- Pahokee Youth Center will be'
Court will op n.at, the ing Tuesday; Carmen'Salvatore introduced Starting about 2 p. m. in the open through' the summer months selling:hours.. The election will be
Glades Office 9 o'clock.A afternoon the Pahokee and Canal held at City Hall and the special
Building at the guest speaker, Bill : from 4 to 9:30 p. m., daily, except
ballot: will have it three
: special ceremony is being arranged Jenkins of the West Palm Beach Point Lions club will sponsor .a Wednesdays and Sundays, accord- printed on

'for the inception of the Office of the Flood Control Dis great Chicken Barbecue which will ing to Robert Fisher, chairman of propositions.

court and the public is invited to trict. Mr. Jenkins spoke on drain- be.served at the Boy Scout Park on the,board of directors.Bill Proposition No. One: "Are you

attend, according to County Com- age of particular interest to the the dike. Those charge of the affair Martin has been hired is in favor of the hours now in effectin

missioner Paul Rardin, who will act Glades area and water levels are a little disappointed with recreational director and will be the Eastern Half (Coast) of

as Master of Ceremonies'for- the and many other points gave ,of interest.He ticket:! sales so far but are living in in charge of activities at the center. Palm Beach County which are:

occasion. told them that hopes that business' will pick up He replaces James Threlkeld, Weekdays from 7 a. m. until 2 a.
approximately
James L. Tyson Jr., of Pahokee 25 of over-all district on the Fourth. The delicious Chicken who recently resigned ,and is now m. and Sunday from 2 p., m. until
percent the
will be sworn In as Judge of the enrolled at 2 a. ni.
Barbecue dinner will cost $1.50 as a graduate student
court by Criminal Court of Record drainage plans are complete. and Lions will deliver it if you the University of Mississippi, Ox- Proposition No. Two: Are you in
The next will fall
Judge Hugh: MacMillan of West meeting on ford Miss. where he is favor of the 1952
I don't want to go after it, so said working agreement as
fourth and will be
Palm July a joint
Beach. Mr.Tyson was recently '
one of the Lions officials. ort j a master's degree. Martin: is drawn up for the cities of Belle
meeting with Canal Point Lions
1 appointed by Governor Bryant In announcement being assisted in supervising the Glade,'South Bay and Pahokee
after all of the practicing attorneysin Club and will be held on_ the Lake making activities
at the Youth Center
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that the special barbecue dinners by establishing the hours in the western
the Glades recommended his appointment front.People's.
his'Wife.
unanimously to the Gov- .. will delivered.. Lion A. B. Mathis half of Palm Beach county as

ernor. said that special cars will be available I follows: Monday through Friday

Criminal Court Judge Russell, Voice To to deliver the dinners in Paho Robert Lampi New 8 a. m. to 12 midnight.'Saturday
8 a. m. to 1 a. m. Sunday. Closedon '
kee and Canal Point and as far
; :McIntosh, who helped write the law .
creating the court, will participatein Guide. Liquor Hrs. away as Belle Glade if necessary.The Sunday from 11J,. m. on, .
< PresidentRobert
I Rotary No. Three Are
Lions is Proposition : yonin
the ceremony. Mr.Rardin has Invited group making an
commissioners effort to cash to favor of the present hours in the
all county to earn some carryon ,

attend the.special ceremony. The 'Palm Beach.County Commission the sight conservation.program O. Lampi became, president City of Pahokee which are: Monday -

John,Dunkle_ ,, clerk ,o{ the criininal this AveekAhonoring: a: request :- 'They leave no stone unturned to through Saturday .6:30? a,,m r.._
\ of the Pahokee Rotary club
court of record will be presentfor take advantage of every opportunity until 3.a, .m.and closed on Sundays
from two of three Glades
the special ceremony and in the to earn extra cash for their wel- at yesterday's regular meeting from 3 a.m. on.

future will be represented by Mrs. communities involved, agreed to fare work. So, when you buy a when he succeeded W. K. "Hank" Because this straw vote will not

Doris Spooner who will act as his delay action until.July 10'on a pro-i Barbecue dinner on the Fourth, not Aldridge as head of Pahokee's be an official referendum of the

deputy and the new Judge's secre posed change, in hours of operation only will you get a dandy helping, oldest civic club. Past President City, the registration books will

.. tary. She will accept ,fines and for liquor establishments west of you will be assisting in a worthy Paul Rardin, a 25-year member of not be closed at any time during ,
the club, was in charge of the in '
bonds. this those
1 period. Only persons wno
Twenty Mile Bend.
cause promoted by the Lions.
The new'court will try all traffic The commission has had under stallation ceremony and installed are qualified voters of the City of

cases with the exception of drunken consideration, a petition, from a President Lampi along with other Pahokee, or those who may wish to
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where there is an accident Seat Belt Will Pay ,officers who will serve from July
driving night club operator near Belle register (up until 5:00 O'clock P.

", and injuries. Small misdemeanor Glade, to change hours of operationto Turnpike Toll July 4 1 until June 30, 1962. M. Thursday, July 6th, 1961) may
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President Lampi has been band,
cases, drunkeness with fine limitsof I conform,with hours in Paho- participate in this straw vote. '
$2,000 or 90 days will be tried in I kee and South Bay. director of Pahokee High School ...
TALLAHASSEE who
his court, Judge Tyson said. In People for more than 20 years, coming
The commission had planned to
some cases the judge will act as. make,a decision this week, but decided ride under their seat belts and not I here from' New Port Richey. He C P Lions Entertain

a committing Magistrate and send to delay action after city officials on top of them will'get to ride the became a member- of the Rotary Their Ladies '

cases to higher courts inVest I from Pahokee and Belle Sunshine State Parkway free over club in1950.Installed .
1 Palm Beach. 1 I the long July: 4th holiday. in office for the com-
I.I.I Glade asked that action be stayed
The Canal Point Lions
I ing,year also were Dr. E C. Johnson were
Allan Brackett, president of the until results of referendum elections Turnpike Authority Chairman -
hosts to their Ladies and installed !
palm Beach County Bar Association -i John M. Hammer said today tint vice president, Chester A.
to be held in the two cities,
their officers for the 1961-1962 I
will be present, as will other! could be considered with the all persons who enter the turnpikeat Batchelor, secretary and WilliamS.
ques
members of the Association. State: any of the 12 toll plazas will ride Plumer, treasurer. year. J. G. Weeks introduced the ,

111" Representatives Emmett S. Rob-! tion.The the trip without charge if they ha'etheir Four Directors were also installed guest speaker and installing of-
county board voted to invite
: Mr. Rardin. were as ficer Manning Keen of the Paho- !
erts and Jerry Thomas, who along ,seat belts properly fastened. by They
South officials to
Bay stage an
r,' with State Senator Ralph Blank Hammer told Florida Highway follows:'Director A, Club ServiceR. kee Lions Club. J
election in order to sample public
II.. passed the law that created .he Patrol Comdr.,H. N. Kirkman that M. (Mike) Sanders; Director Lion Keene inducted J. G. Weeksas I I

\! court, will be present and share in opinion advised in the that county area.it South favored Bay a the gimmick is in an effort to "ad- B, Vocational Service Wiley I the new president.. Others installed R!

I the inauguration of the court. ,referendum ditionally protect" ,the lives of an Tillis; Director C. Community Ser- were H. H. Sears First
p>unlty-Wi<\e insteadof
Attorneys E. F. Allen Claude' estimated 70,000 motorists who vice-Luke Dufresne; Director D, Vice President; D. L. Hooks, Sec-
local vote the of
a on question
of mile International Service-Joe_ Thomp ond Vice President; Grady Boyn-
I Jones and ,Robert E. Mathews liquor store hours. will use the 110 long pike oe-,
I Belle Glade Attorneys Thadd I' t tween 6 p. m., June 30 and July ton, Third Vice President' ; Alton .

1, Whidden and',Ralph: O. Johnson. I ca-: 4th midnight son.On the 25 important subcommittees Jones, Secretary; 0. H. Sheppard,

Pahokee were named a special letters from Glades town and indi- All Florida Highway Patrol carS President Lampi named Treasurer; Jimmy Repper, Lion
committee by Bar ,President and vehicles owned by the turnpike members of the club who will help Tamer; Mel Paul, Tail Twister;
viduals asking the commission to
Brackett to plan the ceremony for hold up action until referendumsor authority are equipped with seat him to make the coming Rotary I James Gibson, Floyd Erickson and
a 'successful one. Gaulden Harrington were installed -
next Monday. straw votes could be held. belts.Authority' year ... i
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The committee has sent invita- Chairman Hammer asDirectors.. 1
The board supported Rardin'smotion
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tions to all city and county officials to defer action until July said that 21 lives have.been lost in Carruthers NamedTo AI L

.of the Glades area and are using 10-the next regular meeting of traffic since the turnpike began BoardClaude Maurice Officer Is 1
To ,
the press to extend a cordial invitation the board. operations in January 1957, and I Adjustment

to all citizens to be in 'attendance -- estimated that. 12 of those mightnot I I Former Resident '

to see Judge Tyson sworn HOME FROM TEXAS have died had they been wearing L., (Leland) Shirley, Jr., -

into office in the only Magistrate'sCourt seat belts. recently presented his resignation Marine Warrant Officcer RobertC.

of its kind' in the. State. of Mrs.Duke Tucker returned Mon Twelve of those fatally hurt out to the Board of County Commis- Baker, son of Mr. and, Mrs.'W.: ,

Florida. day to her home in'Canal Point of the total 21 were thrown clearof sioners as a member of the Zoning A. Baker, Canal Point, is one of 1
.aL- (. the wreckage, according to records Board of Adjustments. Mr. Shirley 162 enlisted Marines to join the f
from a ,Five weeks visit with her
OES MEETING of the Florida Highway Pa- served faithfully ana well for near- rank of officers as a result of his f
daughter Dr. Dorothy 'Tucker: in trol turnpike Troop K, the outfit ly two .years in a job that pays no recent graduation from the War- i :

The Pahokee Chapter 184 of the Huntsville, Texas. During her visit which patrols the 4-lane highway salary-or practically no salary$100.a.year. rant Officers Basic School at the I

O. E. S. met Thursday night with they went on a two weeks scenic from Ft.. Pierce to Miami.Mr. Marine f,Corps Schools, Quantico, "
Mrs. Etta Mae Friend in chargeof tour of the South'Western States On recommendation of County Va. J I I

the program. Plans were ,com- They' stopped first In Albuquerque and Mrs., ,A. B. Tucker pf Commissioner Paul Rardin from The'Bakers recently visited in I

pleted for the Worthy Grand Ma New Mexico, :and,in Arizona they Bryant accompanied by her sister- the Glades area, Raymond H. Car- Canal Point where Mr. Baker's

tron's visit! August 16. It was voted saw the Petrified Forest in the m-law, Irs. Mamie Gandy and ruthers Belle Glade was namedto parents have made their home for [!

to accept the Belle Glade Chapterto Painted Deserts and the Grand daughter Pat, of Canal .Point left the'board to replace Mr. Shirley.Mr. many years. Mrs. Baker is the I

be, their guests of the Robert Canyon aIso'viSited Las Vegas Saturday:...for .a two weeks visit Caruthers holds a regular Job :, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Charles ,.t I

:Morris supper which will be held Nevada: and the' '. Zion 'National with-relatives in Red Level, Ala- with the Vacuum Precooling Corp' Creel former Pahokee' physician t ., '

in Belle Glade August 30.. Park in.Utah. -' bama. oration of Belle Glade. :now living in C1 Pton. Ala. < :. l<
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The Rardin BiiiTdihg In Canal Point, Florida I VL..r Mr -I ,j.

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i THE'LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF ,SUBSCRIPTIONS are due if.your SPARE ROOMS for rent? If you BUY AND SELL: real estate with

..I. name, label ,shows you to be. in have one get in touch with this confidence thru Bill J. Bailey or
,0/. 'THE EVERGLADES NEWS' arrear on payment." S'end'along newspaper iri(1'tnSert( a $1 classified C. A. Bailey, Belle' Glade.

that $2:00 payment now ;and wb ad: It will get results AU ads '
""Serving the Lake OkeechoDee Farming Region Without will continue to send\you"this great j jpalladium payable in advance. The Everglades VACATION TIME is just around f

Interruption Every Week for More.Than 30 Years ,of the family firesida. News, Canal Point Fla. I the corner. Before you take off,
how about dropping a check for
The Everglades News, Canal Point, --
: Established March 11 1924 Published Every Friday
: I Fla. SAMPLE COPIES of last week's $2.00 in the mail for your subscription .
'Subscription Price $2.00 Year Advance I I edition of The Everglades News to The Everglades News, Canal -
APARTMENTS are needed by were mailed in Canal Point and Point, Fla.
Die Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office many folks coming into this area I new subscriptions will be welcomed .

la Canal Point; Florida, aa Second Class Matter to earn a living.--,Do you have one this week. Just $2.00 for a year GOOD BUY! Corner lot 100 x 135

for rent? Tell them and the world will keep you Informed happ si- in Belle Glade. C. A. Bailey, Real I
#1ardin Owner Editor Publisher
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Estate. Phone WY 6.3084 Belle
through a $1 classified ad in these ings in this area. ,
fOI '" columnS. fiend along a descriptionof Glade.
I the apartment and a $1 bill and RUBBER HOSE More than a
Here Is What Transpired At Monday's I If we'll do the rest. The Everglades J million feet.in stock prices below I WANTED: Small tract of land

News, Canal Point, Fla. \ jobbers costs, garden hose and' industrial from owner on terms.Improved
Of The Palm Beach 1
Meeting: hose for. every service. or unimproved. In the vicinity of :

PASTURE FOR SALE. Farm I Suction fire air,water, irrigation Belle Glade, Pahokee or South ;

County Commission II land. Acreage.Business loca- spray HOSE, REMNANTS MILL Bay, Contact: C. S. Nicks, Sr., \
tions. See Bill J. Bailey or C. A. ENDS.. Couplings of all kinds. \N Osteen Fla. Itp I I

.. Bailey Real Estate, Belle Glade, INCH OR A MILE. AMAZON I
The County commission this tal and Commissioner Edward Fla. HOSE &RUBBER 'CO. 3946 N.I FOR RENT: Furnished apartment r
and House Phone 2131 4601,
week: Received requests from the Bandlow teamed up to prevent any FOB SALE: New and used Willys Miami Ave. Phone PLaza 44566. Canal Point, Fla. or Ju.7-c I
Town of Lantana.for county'aid in change in the deadlinesayingthat Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage 714Pd. ,)I

establishing, a railroad croSsing on if sidewalks are not includedin in Belle Glade Phone 3058. FOR RENT: On room furnished ,
ABOUT 600 ACRES for sale,
Road and replacement of development '
Hypoluxo plans they never Oat 17-54-ch.
apartment for man or for a man J
with road
a municipal boat ramp. will be built.Principal partly improved poor
28 ACRES to it. $125 acre, See, can ur and his wife. Canal Point. Phone
Decided to ask'the Federal Aviation reason for the ruling, on short cut road, Lot per
Agency to turn over 'seven Lytal explained, is to provide side- of money but worth it. Bill J. write, Bill J. Bailey or C. A. Bailey, 7467. tf I

buildings located south of South walks for children going to schoolto Bailey, Real Estate, Phone W3T Belle Glade, Fla., Phone WY -

Boulevard which are part of the keep the youngsters off the 6-3084, Belle Glade. 6-3084. Missionary UnionIn I

Palm Beach International Airport roads and highways

/ installation., The board, though not backingoff HOME FROM VACATIONMr. I, law, Mr. and' Mrs. S. S. Scruggs, Monday Meeting I

Adopted a resolution of sympathy from its original stand, did and Mrs. S. S. Scruggs of I Jr., in ,Lake Wales and were accompanied ,
in the recent death of Dr. grant a 30-day moritorium when no The Womans Missionary Union '
Runyon have just returned home, I home by their: young
Oliver Jones'who seved for a num-
subdivision plats will be approved. of the Canal Point Baptist Church
ber of years as county physician; Meantime the commission and following a three weeks vacation j I grandson, Sandy. They also haveas met Monday evening in the church :j I

Turned down a .request that the tradesmen will confer in an at- in New Jersey, New York and'i' their house gueyts their youngest for the regular monthly meeting. :

commission,pay a .bill for $156 _to tempt to work out details for including Washington, D. C. Enroute homa \, son and, daughter-in-law, 'Mr. Mrs. F. F. Murr presented a pro I:

,, the Sea Breeze Hotel for, Martin sidewalks in subdivisions. they attended a reunion picnic of j; and Mrs. George Allen Scruggs of gram on "Our Task Has Just Be 'j

Dardis, investigator from the State During the 30 day period, the com- the Ellezy-Wiiliams Families on I i Ft. Walton Beach: gun". She was assisted by Mrs. S. '
Attorney ,General's office wfro 3s mission ruled, the only subdivisionsto Sunday at the Manatee Springs !. A. Nail and Mrs. J. S. Atkins. Mrs. t

, .. in the county' aiding in a probe of get approval will be those with near Chlefland, and stopped at the CLASSIFIED ADS W. S. Evans closed the program I

I gani 1ing' and moonshine activit -, plans for sidewalks. home of their son and daughter-in- I I PAY BIO DIVIDENDS with a prayer '

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all, subdivision after July 1,I'

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companied Mr. and by Mrs.their H.daughter.C. Clark Miss ac- Pahokee Pony GamesCOACHES f;
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1 E $ Betty Pelican turned Clark to Lake tHeir and from home son Montgomeryand Saturday Herman re-in ARE ALVY EARLY AND MELVIN PUGH I

.j FIRST GAME AT 6:80 P. M.
meM Luverne Ala., following a two SECOND GAME AT 8:15 P. M.Pahokee .
". and Mrsj L. O. Patrick and Little Miss Debbie Maxson of weeks visit with' relatives. Date To Be Played.At Sponsor Sponsor I

1 i son, Mitchell of Savannah Ga., West Palm Beach spent several Freddy Hickersdn, son of Mr. R 7361 Pahokee Duda &: Bank Farm Team I:
I and Miss Marjorie Mock"of Ludo- days last week with her grandparents and Mrs. Fred Hickerson of Pa- 13 7- 3-61' Belle Glade Royal &: Kilgore Pioneer &: 3-.1' Pony
1 wici, Ga., spent the weekend with : Mr:: and Mrs. R.J. Maxson hokee, returned home Friday from R 1- 6-61 South Bay 3-J Pony &: Royal "
/1. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harris i of.Paho in Canal Point. .. Miami where he spent the past 14 1- 6-61 Pahokee Bank & Kilgore Farm Team \

i kee on,their way to Miami.to visit Mrs. L. V. McClelland of Canal week as guest of a school chum. 1- 6-61 Belle Glade Duda & Pioneer Farm Team I
with other relatives. On their're- Point returned to her home; Monday Mrs. Richard Thierry and son"of R 7-10-61 Pahokee Bank & 3-J Pony Pioneer &: Royal
turn trip to Georgia, Miss :Mock after being a patient. in the Daytona Beach were the house 15 7-10-61 Belle Glade Duda & Kilgore Farm Team

spent the remainder of the week Belle Glade Memorial HospitaL guests the past week of her par- i
with the Harrises and will return Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Prince and ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Shirley in
to her home on Saturday as the 'family of Fletcher N. C., arrived Pahokee. Mr. Thierry joined his Little League Games

Harrises visit with her parentsMr.and here today to spend their vacation family here Friday and accompanied I
Mock their with his mother, Mrs. Wv A. Princein
Mrs. Raleigh on them home. COACHES ARE: DOW McCLELLAND. LEON SPOONER
I way to West Virginia: for their vacation -. Pahokee and with her sister and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Harrington MARVIN COWART, GENE BRADLEY AND \
family Elder and Mrs. R. E. Bar- of Canal Point have as their house ELLIS MURPHY :

i Miss Elinor Brackiri of Pahokee field in Salerno. guests their'daughter, Mrs. Ernest FIRST GAME AT 6SO P.M. SECOND GAME AT 8:15 P. M \
visited this past weekend with her Mrs. W. S. Evans of Port May- Jordan and their new granddaughter -
i parents Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Brackin aca accompanied by her house Lois Elnita, of Jacksonville.Mrs. Date To Be Played,At Sponsor SponsorR

of Eagle Lake. On Sunday;she guests.her son-in-law and daughter. C. E. Moss ,her' daughter, 6-30-61 Pahokee Gressinger-Hatton Pioneer-Spencer
,. Col. and Mrs. J. J. and 12, 6-30-61 Bene Glade B. G. Llons-Wedg.
returned bringing her brother, Earily Jo; also her son and family Mr. Civitan-Rotary
Steve back to spend the week with I daughters Cathy and Jane drove and Mrs. David Moss left Fridayfor R 7- 4-61 Pahokee Hatton-Pioneer Wedgworth-Spencer
her and her sister and brother-in- over to Ft. Myers Tuesday and their home in Vidalia, Georgi'after' \, 13 7461. Belle Glade Gressinger-Rotary Clvitan-B. G. Lions

law Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harris of visited the home of Thomas A.Edison. spending the past week in R 7761 Pahokee Wedgworth-Hatton Pioneer- Rotary
Pahokee. .. Pahokee as guests of her sister 14 7761 Belle Glade Gressinger-Civitan. B G Lions-Spencer
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ren Martha :Ann and Jim of Paho- Jr.. of Pahokee have as their house Claude Santee entered Coral TO VISIT IN KANSASMr GUESTS WEDDING

kee left Wednesday for a visit with guest this weekend, Mrs. Lula Pope Glades Veteran's Hospital Friday.He and Mrs. George Ramey of Out of town guests here for the
I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gaston of Lake Worth. .. is scheduled to have eye surgery Pahokee left Saturday on amonth's Anderson-Echols wedding last
1 Fisher in Belmont N. C. Mrs. Floyd Browning' returned this week. Afterward he is to havea vacation to visit his mother. week, were Mrs. Harlow Sims of

.y Mr. and Mrs. Seth Roberts are Tuesday to her home in Canal complete physical checkup.Mr. Mrs Mattie Ramey of Spring Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. James T.
I back at their home in Pahokee following I Point from the Everglades Memorial and Mrs. Robert E. Cox Hill Kansas. Enroute they visited Echols and son Russ of Melbourne
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a visit with her Mother I Hospital where she has beena also Mr. and Mrs.,Bill DeGray and their son-in-law H. G. Miller min Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hale of Miami i

Mrs. Mary McArthur in Slocomb patient since Wednesday, when children of West Palm Beach, were Rockledge; also spent several Mr. and Mrs. William Gard- .
Ala. Mrs. Roberts visited with her she suffered a broken arm in a the Sunday luncheon guests of days in Gainesville with their son, ner of Royal Palm Village Mr. and

mother seven weeks and last week their father, Albert Fremd of Ca- David Ramey and their daughter, Mrs. D. H. Commack, and daughter -
her husband drove up after her. On fall.Mrs.. W. M. Dubose of Pahokee, nal Point. Mrs. H. G. Miller m.Both are attending Mrs. Sallie Davis of Ft. Myers

r I their return trip home they stop- has returned home from a weeks Mrs. Adaline Stuckey of Paho summer school. at the Uni- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Echols and son '

\ ped in Lake Butler visit relatives visit with her husband W. M. Du II kee returned home Sunday after a versity of Florida.. LarryMr.. and Mrs. Leroy Echols
I and were accompanied home by his bose .in Jacksonville. week's vacation in West Palm and daughter Eunice Mr. and Mrs.

sister, Mrs. Eula Greene and is Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Barad ot Beach. Mr. and Mrs. James Weeks and James Nebus, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
I I their house guest. West Palm Beach spent last weekin I I Mrs. Arch Blakey has done toi family spent Sunday in Orlando Starter Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Caden-

Mr. 'and Mrs. Elmer Jones and Pahokee and he took care of the I i I Arapaho, Okla., where she will be visiting Mrs. Jack Dalton, sister c_ f I head and daughters Betty Jo and

I daughters Misses Myra and Verla Pahokee Prescription Shop while I the guest of her mother, Mrs. Mrs. Weeks. Judy all of Naples.Just .
Jones of Pahokee returned home Mr. and Mrs. Gerald King were on Nellie Naylor, and other relatives

Sunday, following week's vaca-, vacation. During their stay in Pa- for one month.
tion on Clearwater Beach. hokee they were 'frequent guests .

S-Sgt. Gene McCall left Thurs- of Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson and Patrol Predicts
day night for his home,in Chicago! daughter Jamie of Canal Point.
Enroute back he stopped.in Cham-: Mr.. and Mrs. T. W. Mills and 15 To Die July4th'. -

blee Ga., for several days visit son, Paul, returned Sunday to their i. R4 R Aw':
with his'brother and sister-in-law. home in Bryant following a two TALLAHASSEE-The Florida
Dr. and Mrs. James McCall and weeks ,visit with her parents. Mr. Highway Patrol predicts traffic

children. and Mrs. J, J. Nickles of Dozier, will take a. life every seven hours .
Sgt. and Mrs. L., D. Nichols of Ala., and his father Ernest Mills of during the July 4th holiday.\

Ft. Walton Beach, 'Fla. were the Andalusia, Ala. At that rate*15 persons will die .\
recent guests of her parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fraser were in traffic over: the unusually long

and Mrs J. G. Weeks in Canal weekend guests of Mr., and Mrs. holiday period which will run for H v' .
t Point. They left here Wednesday Bill Davenport in Brandon. They 102 hours from, 6 p. m. Friday 'yI'y v.4_ a S eniseLiLr bY,. ; .

for their new home in Denver, were accompanied to Pahokee by i I June 30 through midnight. .Tuesday r :

II. \o Colo., where he is attending a mis- their granddaughter Debbie, who July 4th. :

sle school. will remain with them forva visit.. I The patrol prediction is based on

I Mrs. Fred Higgins and children, Buddy Parker left Tuesday afternoon -, fatality figures averaged from
Bernie, Victoria, and Randy of Pa- for Murray: Kentucky, three July 4th holiday week-ends
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hokee left Thursday for a two .where he will be employed this 1958 through 1960.

'r I I months visit with relatives In summer. "This is an advance appeal from
Maine. Enroute up she will visit Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Sapp of Pa- the Florida Highway Patrol for

I relatives in New Jersey, Conn and hokee took her mother Mrs. Ida I you to slow down and live and let
Mass. Garrett, also of Pahokee, to Home- live," said FHP Comdr. H. N. Xz W:4i' k. ,
i I Airs. Jennie McKinstry accom stead Saturday where she will Kirkman.: "If every driver will

{, panied by Mrs. Jessie Barnes and be the guest for several weeks of make a real effort to obey all traffic -
I Mrs. Ruth Meredith Worthy Matron her daughters Mr. and Mrs.,David regulations and to be conside-
of the Pahokee Chapter 184 Fredrick and Mr. and Mrs. C. J_ rate of other drivers, these lives
t. of O. E. S. attended the official Fales.,Mr. and Mrs. Sapp returned can be saved.

inspection, by Mrs. Irene Johns home Sunday. "We will have every available
Grand Conductress the Sugar- Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hughes and trooper on duty during the Inde- '

land Chapter O. E. S. Number 220 children, Judy Kay Johnnie and pendence Day holldaY./but we cant say the word.- i
Madonna of Pahokee to leave .
in Clewiston Monday evening, June plan be In all places' once. You will
\ 26. this ,weekend on a weeks vacation have to serve as your own traffic

f i Elder and Mrs. R. E. Barfield, in Arcadia, Sarasota and other safety officer in many cases by be- : ,and *
points on the West Coast. suddenly you're saving .
t Mr. and Mrs. Fred Higgins and ing a,good and careful driver.
Mrs. Ada Shaffer of West Palm "
"This is the state's first big fling .
i :Mr.and Mrs. Joe Usher.,Sr. chap- '
.eroned of Beach was the house guest several at the summer season, and we -aspect -' \I >
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all major highways to be load-
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Church of Canal Point to Jensen I ed with traffic throughout the .
Pahokee. Friday'Mrs. s1 JOIN THE PAYROLL SAVINGS PLAN "
Beach Saturday on all day picnic period, so please obey the laws that .
\ her guest wire the luncheon guests! .ie, ,. .. .
i and swimming outing.Mr. were made foryour protection, "-.', '\00 ---= t.!
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and MrS. W. L. Andersonhad I I pleaded. SIt
as their weekend house guest. Mr. and :Mrs.'John: Dulany in Belle Here is how the grim reaper'sscore WHERE YOU WORK t ,
Glade. ; "
her sister Mrs. Harlow Sims, also boaroilooked, after each July ,
Mr. and ,Mrs. Frank Harris and 4th weekend for three '
her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. family returned to his home in the previous takes only seven little words to start you on a ,
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and Mrs. William Gardner and years program of automatic "Put me on the
,Madison ville. Tennessee, a.f t e r 1958, 78 hours and 13 dead. 1959.
daughter Anne, of Palm Beach Payroll Savings Plan!I'"' Mat's more don't
home'her you
spending the week at the of 54 hours and'lf dead. 1960 78 and
\ Shores. have to far to them. Just them to q
brother and sister-in-law :M. six fatalities Total hours 210; go say say your
Mrs. Sam McKinstry Sr., accompanied ,and Mrs. W. B. Meyers in Canal number killed 30. employer. He'll do all the work: set aside the ;i
L by her granddaughter, Point. -.-S-U..- amount you choose from your check and deliver ,,J.'Io
t :Miss Penny McKinstry and her Miss Betty Echols and her mother. your Bonds when you've accumulated enough for

daughter. Mrs. Joahanna Tillis. Mrs. L. D. Echols of Canal a purchase. 't

and children all of Pahokee son-in-law were Point, returned home Wednesdayfrom The Bonds you buy now pay 3$49& interest to ..
luncheon guests of her Roanoke Ala.. where '!.In. maturity-and keep earning for 10 years after
i and daughter Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Echols was the guest'of her parents maturity.So "!' ,

J I -' Crossman of Plantation villege. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Huds n.. --
so say the word. Sign up now '
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Echols and son While in the area, Miss Echols wasa
Russ left Sunday P. M. for their bridesmaid hi the wedding, ,June to buy Bonds regularly where sr-

.. home in' Melbourne after spend- 18 of a,classmate in Reynolds, Ga. you work through the Payroll '
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.'-, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Echols in Ca- her home in Canal point,'Wednesday ,

nal Point. from a two weeks vacation -
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4 of Florida Summer session Atlanta and Macrae, Ga. "
S ,arrived in Canal Point today. Be il Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hickerson
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I'I''l"J'" the'weekend and is'an usher: in the three weeks in West Palm Beach .
S '- I Th u.s. Government doe Hot for lIMe ad .
.FrJe&d-K&rbley :wedding SaturdayAfternoon. I where he,was a patient at tbe Gee4 1 L. pay :
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to fill vacant pilot and food by plants, a process known as
many Hub Spooner Cited
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Miss Shirley Anderson Senators Seek Cash grOUfcl: pay billets. photosynthesis is dependent on

torida Naval Air Reserve For SaleslncreaseHub light as a source of energy.Dr. .
Weds Wilbur Echols For Public WorksWASHINGTONSenators The >:
.. cCntinue to have a need -- Schroder' says light intensity
Squadron aviators.Florida's vice Of i$ an 9bvious, factor in controlling! !
president
Spooner
At 3:30 O'clock on Sunday after. Holland for qualified! tval
I 1 noon, June 25th Miss Shirley An- and Smathers have appealedto Mmu AIr Reserve Pahokee Motor Company, Paho plant growth. Sometimes light intensity

derson became the bride of Charles the senate public works appropriation Training Unit at J"lulonville with kee, today received a personal con- is intentionally changed to

..... Wilbur Echols in a double ring: cer- sub-committee for about its Weekend Warriors! te a prime gratulatory letter from Lee A. altar growth.An .

emony performed in the Missionary $21 million in public works pro- i example of our tax dMlsr well Iacocca, vice president of Ford example is the growing of

I Baptist Church of Canal Point. i jects in Florida. spent. Their weekend trampands ex I I Motor Company and Ford Division shade tobacco. The reduced light

r f The bride is the daughter of :Mr. I Among the projects endorsed, by less than one cent of t&8 defense general manager commending Mr.Sfo&net .j caused by the cloth covering resultsin
dollar. Yet the Kb"rean gf.t his employes for their a plant with larger and thinner
and Mrs. W. L. Anderson of Canal Holland and Smathers were .navi during i
Point the bridegroom Is the son gation surveys for Cedar Keys conflict reservists recalled t0 jfertin setting i36 year Ford leaves of a higher quality than if

, of :Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Echqls of Sebastian Inlet, Jupiter Inlet active duty from Jacksonville and sale* record.. II the same plant were grown in full

Canal Point. Econlockatchee River. Caloosa-, other reserve stations accountedfor Ford car god truck sales during sunlight.Of .

The nuptial mir;c and traditional hatchee River and Middle River one-third of all the air strikes May were high's* than any other course, moisture and temper-

wedding marchec were renderedby Canal. against the Communists. May; since 1925-tfi$ heyday of the ature conditions! are also affectedby

I Flood control were asked ,. the shading treatment, but light
Miss Betty J Johnson Pianist:, I surveys --. Model "T" .
and accompanied herself as vocal- for the South New River Canal I In his letter to -Mr.- bpoaner- Mr.-- ls the controlling factor in producing -

I 1st in singing "Whither Thou and Middle River Canal. They asked Welcome Station Iacocca said. "I would like to take the large thin, high quality 1

> Goest" also "Oh Promise Me." the committee to approve a $1.5 this opportunity to extend'my personal leaves. \
1 The Rev. Charles D. Stewart, million increase in the $13 million Bids Are'Received congratulations to you and Light intensity can be controlledor

j pastor of the the church officiated recommended by President Ken- --0-' your employes for helping to make modified in other ways also

'I at the ceremony before the altar nedy for the. Central and South TALLAHASSEE-A Tallahassee last month the best May Ford salts such as selection of plant sites on
1\ Florida Flood Control District. month in 36 years. I the north side of a house or undera
; decorated with Ivy-entwined palms construction company today was
also $195,000 to "Not since the record of tree.
They requested May
baskets of white Gladioli
,and lighted apparent low bidder with $36,205 'I
start planning on the proposed I 1925 have Ford dealers sold as According to the agronomist,
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tapers branched candelabra. Florida
on a new Development
Florida cross-state canal and and trucks one of the more dramatic aspectsof
: barge many new cars during
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bride given in marriage by Commission drive-in style Welcome
additional funds for intracoastal any May sales period as in the light is the effect of the photo-
wore'a ,
her father, floorlengthgown Station to go up north of Havanaon
waterway development on,both the month just past. We think this is period. This simply refers to the
of white silk Organza over U. S. 27.
Atlantic and Gulf coasts., a major accomplishment, one that length or duration of the daily light
I 1 taffeta. The moulded bodice featured The lowest of seven bids came period.
reflects the strength of the coun
a scalloped neckline and from J. O. Carlile of Tallahassee,
try's and of the automo- But what can be done about light
Naval Air Reserve economy
short scalloped sleeves accented by owner of J. O. Carlile General Con- since
bile business in particular. we are not able to controlthe
f a satin bow in the front and back tractors.Carlile said he is ready to
sun? First
skirt Stationed In JaxJACKSONVILLEThe In closing Mr. Iacocca stated, I says Dr. Schroder
t attached to a bouffant caught begin construction immediately.The .
"We,think the consistent Ford sales we can select plant varieties that
\ in the back to form a bustle. Her I station is :.to open about October are to
State of gains since the first of the year, adapted our light conditions.LEGAL
finger-tipped veil of Allusion was 1.
l' 'held in place by tiara of seed pearls Florida has a large number of recruiting The streamlined structure is to which you and your fellow dealers NOTICE
made possible have helped to en- THIS IS PUBLIC NOTICE that the
and she carried a bridal bouquet of stations, reserve training be a "prototype" welcome station this consumer City of Pahokee Water Works a Mu-
confidence
. white carnations sprinkled with centers and other military activi- according to Wendell Jarrard, courage nicipal Corporation will receive bids for
which has led the country out of a the furnishing of labor and materials ,
Ivy and centered'' by a white Or- ties but has ,only one of the 18 chairman-director of the Commis- business recession." for the construction of a new. roof for
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Naval Air Reserve Training Units sion which will operate it. the City Water Works Treatment Plant
chid.Miss During May Pahokee Motor located at 180 North Lake Avenue.
Betty Echols, sister of the located throughout the nation. The "It will be very functional yet Company sold 21 cars and trucks Specifications may be obtained at the
I bridegroom was her Maid of Hon- one Naval Air Reserve Training architecturally attractive" Jar- office of the pity Clerk. All bids must
an increase of 43 per cent over be sealed in
r or. She wore an orchid Ballerina- Unit in the state of Florida is located rard said. "It is cheaper to build April and 20 per cent greater than marked on the an outside envelope"Water and clearly Treat- I
I length dress of Chiffon over Taf- at the Naval Air Station and will be a more efficient opera- ment Plant Roofing Bid". Bids must
May of last year. It was the deal- be sealed In
second
an envelope for
Jacksonville. It consistsof tion altogether than the old style
:, feta featuring fitted lace bodice presently ership's highest monthly sales dur- mailing purposes.All .
I attached to a full skirt. Her headt 17 "Weekend Warrior" squad: station." A total of $88,000 had 1961. bids must be received by the City

t-. piece was a creation of matching rons made up' of 1400 "Floridian" been appropriated for the project. ing .. Clerk Monday not July later 10th than 19C5l 8:00 at O'clock which P.time M.

net and carried a cascade nosegay Naval Air Reservists. These Naval The Havana station will be situ- the bidding will close.
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\) of Pink Carnations. Air Reservists come from towns ated in a pecan grove whose natural Scientists Can The reject City any reserves or all bids.the right to acceptor I

Ted Echols, of Melbourne brother and cities throughout the state of beauty will be preserved. The Modify WeatherTo CITY OP PAHOKEE

of the bridegroom acted as best Florida and represent many differ building a low-slung structure of DRAWER PAHOKEE/X FLORIDA

man. Ushers were Renza Echols ent walks of life ranging from .Bradenton stone blue and yellow Aid Growers (CITY SEAL)

younger brother of. the bridegroomand students business men schoolteachers aluminum and glass, will contain By City: Patricia Clerk Batchelor

Larry Echols, Cousin of etc.Reservists.- restrooms facilities for servingfree GAINESVILLE The old saying Publish: June 30 and July 7, 1961

I Naples.A train and fly at Jacksonville orange juice and a room for that nobody does anything PUBLIC NOTICE

reception followed in the new one weekend a month. promotion literature.The about the weather not quite true This is public notice that the Follow-
Once each year the Reserve Squadron booths to be constructed of I anymore according to a University ing Election Officials have been appointed -
home of the bridegrooms parents, by the City Council of the Cityof
Mr. and Mrs..I*. D.,Echols and,they' makes an intensive two-week aluminum, will be named by Welcome of Florida agronomist.Dr. Pahokee. Florida. to serve in the
Station will V. N. with the Special Election to be held Friday
active duty training cruise at bases personnel who Schroder Ag-
were: assisted by the brdo's' parents July 7. 1961. which'1r1U be an unofficial -
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Mr. and Mrs.W.L.Anderson' throughout the ,Nation and over- provide readily available information ricultural Experiment Stations straw vote in.regard to the regula-
I for visitors who don't wish to says researchers are trying tby- tions in the Hours in which Alcoholic ,;
Tall Standards of white Gladioli seas.Each Beverages can be sold:
used at in the week airlifts fly in hundreds leave' their automobiles.' physical chemical and biologicalmeans CLERK ______ ETJLA TTLLXS
points
vantage
were
of Air Reservists from Mi- Jarrard said a number of high- to do something about the, INSPECTORS _____ IRENE HURTK8TKT.T.K
new home. The bride's table Was SANDERS
\ overlaid with a cutwork whit linen ami and Tampa for training at way signs will be erected along the effect of light on plant growth.He MARIAN BLEECH
Jacksonville. Many drive their road to the north of the station to adds that without light there MARSHALL __ L. L MALOY
cloth, centered with three tiered Please Govern Yourselves
autos from other.outlying areas.The invite visitors to stop for informa- is no vegetation and that without PATRICIA BATCHELORCITY Accordingly.
wedding cake pillowed on sprigs of
Florida Weekend Warrior tion about Florida and free orange vegetation this would be an entirely CLERK
fern and pink crepe myrtle. Pink"punch (CITY SEAL
I. : Squadrons presently have a drive juice. : different world. Manufacture of ) I
was served from ,crystal .. Publish: June 30 and: July 7, 1961 ,

bowl encircled in fern and pink 1 1! .
l- crepe myrtle blossoms silver candelabra -'

t holding pink tapers light- ,

ed the room. Miss Linda :Motes and ANOTHER BIG REASON BEHIND THE BIG BOOM IN FORD
1 :Miss Sue Caldwell of Belle Glade ,

i assisted Mrs. James Nebus, cousin
SALES'I'I
P of thejjroom of Naples and :Mrs.: .

: Harlow Sims, Aunt of the bride of Galaxie
is
i Tampa, in serving refreshihents., styling inspiring more ;:; ,
Miss Judy Cadenhead of Naples

I j cousin the bride's of the book.groom had charge of (and imitation) than any other car on the road !IT \' :

:Mr. Echols graduated from Pa-

hokee High School in 1950 served t:1''' :

four years in the Navy attendedthe '' {.
University of Florida and at ".: .. :

present is owner and operator of '<''' ;c ,..FH ? **

Echols Electric and Plumbing Co. .'. ; ',:; '. ._ .. T. ':. .,

in Belle,Glade.

; For their wedding,trip,to Penna. ,

:Mrs. Echols changed into blue polished ',. ;:
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K cotton sheath dress with : : .,
the :
white accessories and wore or-

chid from her wedding bouquet.The ; I
newlyweds are building a new

(( home in-Belle Glade but until it is 1 : 11.it

; completed they will be at home
with his parents in Canal Point. 11 11jfl

:Mrs. Anderson chose for ,her .I

daughter's wedding a two piece
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blue rayon shantung with white accessories 1
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I', and white orchid corsage. !
Mrs. Echols wore a"Wedgwood '\.1

'blue chiffon street length dress i\\
white accessories and white Orchid This is Galaxie styling-inspired by the Wouldn't it make sense to STOP spend-
fabulous Thunderbird! ing money on an old car that can never do "'

corsage. .... Many cars have tried to copy the for you what a new Ford can do? E .' .
incomparably beautiful'1961 Galaxie. No 1) '
f 'Mr. and :Mrs. Frank O'Connell has succeeded. SWAP ht now while your Ford .

a returned Monday to their-home in And styling only part of Galaxie's Dealer's sales are booming-and the swap-, Ii'Ii'car '
Canal'Point from a weekend visit distinction. This is the car that's beautip is easier than it's ever beenbefore. '

with their son-in-law and daughter fully built to take care of itself. The '61 SAVE with the car that makes saving 9m ti' 1
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I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sgangaand Ford goes 30,000 miles between chassis a pleasure .' ;

.family in New Symrna Beach. lubrications 4,000 miles between oil B E ', .-j I
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changes. Brakes adjust automatically. Today is the day t&STOP..SWAP..SAVE l.o.u. ,

.., :Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hawk, Sr., of '! ... t
Canal Point, had as their Sunday

guests,:her brother and his family PAHOKEE MOTOR COMPANY .. f' i

t Mr. and :Mrs. L. W. (Bo) Knight, r .
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: Christian Science Luncheon In Honor
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Group Of Canal 'PointHow Mrs Wallace Pope

obedience to the law of God
Mrs..J. G. Thomas, Jr., and Mrs.
the to freedom will be
opens way ,
R. S.Douthit were recent hostessesat
I II explained' Sunday at Christian Science
I f rFirst
a luncheon in honor of Mrs.Wal-
I': t church services. lace Pope of Baton Rouge La.,
t Among Scriptural passages to be given at the Grassy Wters MoteL
read in the Lesson-Sermon entitled -
Those present were: Mrs. Otto
"God" is from Psalm 119:
one Bleech, Mrs. W. M. Dubose, :Mrs.
"Teach 0 Lord, the of thy
me
way
H. M. McIntosh, Mrs. A. D. Beverly -
.. statutes and I shall keep it unto
; Mrs. L. L. Shirley, Mrs. J. M.
I the end And I will walk at
Methodist The Church Of God .0
Family Reunion Elliott Mrs Marshal Lair, Mrs,
liberty: for I seek thy precepts"Man's
Paul Rardin and Mrs. E. H. Wals- t
Church, Pahokee Of Prophecy: PahokeeCanal For Echols Family right to freedom is also ton. I

-' brought out in selections from .
Rev. T. C. O'Steen Point Road Mr. and Mrs. G .T. Echols and "Science and Health with Key to -- t
SUNDAY: John :H. Kinard pastor daughter, Terri, of Canal Point the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Weeks of Ca- .
'9:45 a.'m.--Church School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School were hostesses at a family reuniondinner I Eddy which will include: "Discern- nal Point had as their weekend :

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worahip 11:00 a. .-Preaching' Service at their home Sunday. Out ing the rights of man, we cannot guests, her brother Roy Barnes of
:; 6:45 p. .MYF 7:45 p. m.,Evangelistic Service I of town guests included Mr. and fail to forsee the doom of all op- Lake Worth also Mr. and :Mrs.

'7:45 p. m.-Evening Wonfalp 8:00 p. m.. TuesdaY-v.'L. B. I Mrs. Ted' Echols and son Russ. of pression. Slavery is not the legitimate Robert Weeks and family, and Mr.
', TUESDAY: : Melbourne, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. state of man" (p.227). and Mrs.Joe Calhoun and daughter -
8:00 M.B.
p, m. Thursday-W. f
f 7:00'p. m.Vesper'Choir prac Everyone welcome. Special musio Commack and daughters, Mrs. Sal- Miss Frances Ruth Calhoun all
.: ticeWEDNESDAY lie Davis of Ft. Myers, Mr. and VISIT ALABAMA of Miami.
and singing.
: Mrs. Ralph Echols and son Larry, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Sheppard and ...IL.
! 7:45 p.'m.-Mid-week devotions Mr. and Mrs..,I., D. Cadenhead and daughter, Hazel, of Canal Point Miss Willie Carson Adams, dau-
: 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir pracCanal The Methodist Church daughters, Judy Ann and Betty, returned home Saturday from a ghter of Mr.and Mrs. W.J.Adamsof

tics.q .. Canal Point FloridaRobert Mr. and ;Mrs. Leroy Echols and I two weeks visit with relatives. in Pahokee, returned home Monday
daughter Eunice, Mr. and Mrs. Tallahassee and Louisville, Ken from Alexandria, Va., following a
: A. Shelley, Pastor Wilbur Starter and Mr. and Mrs. tucky. They also were guests of ten months visit with her brother I
Point First
SUNDAY: James.Nebus: all of Naples. Mr. and I I I their' mothers, Mrs. Kate Hudson and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs
:Baptist ,Church 10:00 a. m.-Church School Mrs. L. D. Echols and their familyof I I and Mrs. Inez Sheppard in Roa- Don Adams, while there she at- '

.' 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship Canal Point were also guests. I noke, Ala. tended the local high school.

Elder R.E.Barfield 6:30 p. .Youth Fellowship
SUNDAY: 7:30. p. m.-Evening Worship .' .
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School MONDAY: rftSyw/Aiii/A? 1 \tlifttt! '7'm'fl'y. m'l' !f' WNm1J ''D\W WI'\'TIVIViV.'

11:00 a. m. Morning Worship 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice

. 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. TUESDAY:
" '8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m.-;Woman's Society1st

WEDNDESDAY: Tuesday2nd I
N 7:30'p. .-Midweek Prayer MONDAY:
Service 7:30 p. m. Esther Class meeting I

; 2nd and 4th,TUESDAYS.: WEDNESDAY: I Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 62550Belle Glade
: 7:80 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary 7:30 p. m.-Prayer_Qc..t Meeting (
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\ Meeting. SALES and SERVICE '
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Canal Point : Barfield HighwayPahokee Heating Conditioning' Appliances

f.f.L BaptistCburch Florida ,
8i-glii itii i Jg 4@i fei ii i Bi a
I' 9:45 A. M.-Sunday School .
\ R.v. Charles D. 'Stewart, Pastor '11:00 A. M..-Morning Worship ,
. SUNDAY: 7:30 P. M.-Evarige1istfcServfC i\
i 9:45 a. m.-sunday School 7:30 P. M.Tuesday-Prayer Meeting -

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship /. '

:'f' 6:30 p. m. Training Union. 7:30 P,,M.,Thursday-Y. P. E.
;' 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship ... "those good
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.' '7:30 p. .-Prayer :Meeting. .Holy NativityEpiscopal ,
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The Pahokee Church I '- ;.; old days ?. .,. o. wt f.:L,.

;_ Of The Nazarene M. Wendell Hainlin Vicar t. 0' : .
. \ SUNDAY' : bosh :

, 433 Bacom Paint Rd. 10 a. m.-Sunday School ,
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,Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 11 a. -Worship Service
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SUNDAY SERVICES:

. I 9:45 a. m.-Sunday. School. St., Mary's Catholic
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6:30 p* m.--.JunlOrL .
'1:00'p.. m.-Sunaay Evening
Father Francis Fennech, Pastor .l-
Evangelistic Service.. Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m. ,
WEDNESDAY: Confessions before :Mass. .5,1 1'
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7:30 Midweek 1 .
p. m- Prayer .. .5
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"Where you are a stranger but St. Peter's Lutheran I_; h _
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Church, Pahokee, .SUNDAY: .' !. ,
Divine Services 11: A. M.S:1ioo19:45 : .t .
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9r5 i a. m.-Sunday School ,.. V.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Barfield of .
11:00 a. ra.-Morning Worship : 44
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6:45 p. m Training Union Canal Point, have made plans to J
8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship : spend the next two weeks vacationing 1
"}- WEDNESDAY- : -' in North Florida, South- I"-:

I 8:00 p. m. Prayer Meeting. .I East Georgia and South Carolina Farming i is different now. Profits depend on more J


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siJ and per machine. This calls for time-and-labof saving

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

Reddy Kilowatt has taken over and the extra cash

1iiiijJ;; Are regularly held at the Glades IIiiiijJ Livestock Market ;he's put in my pocket.:" ,

which'is owned and operated by more than 120
S I ; Florida Cattlemen. Yes! the big difference in today's Florida rural scene :.

:is the ever-Reddy electric switch. On the farm and in 1
You*ll the service receive here
'ti, enjoy excellent you
t : at this,Market.We make an effort at all times to give your home, Reddy is your willing, tireless wired; hand"whose t

{. :. an outstanding service to buyer .and seller. Give us_ low wages can't be beat.

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You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the .'
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mature.in just 7 years, 9 months. nest egg for tie future. That's! why many retired 5 i
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f guaranteed 4% each year to maturity. A: Bonds: $25 (cost $18.75);$50 (cost $37.50), $100 : ...
Ch When did the new rate become effective? (cost $75(00), $Z00 (cost $150.00), $500- .to"Y: ..
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t"": i : -Pag Bight. The" Everglades News; Canal Point Florida Friday, June 30 1961 I

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t: Beet Area-2.6 tons Kay Friend HonoredAt Mock, Miss Merry Ann Friend, I

Ir't : Cane Production Is Major by-products of the industry Miss Betsy Bishop, Miss Jill Mc-
t< ; Sugar are molasses and pulp. The Luncheon Ilwain, Mrs. D. A. Welker, Mrs.

weight of the molasses is about John Starling, Mrs. Richard Karb

one-fourth of the weight of the Mrs. Robert Apelgren, assistedby ley Sr., and Mrs. Lewis Friend.

: ,Important Industry In State sugar recovered. Molasses is presently Mrs. L. L. Shirley and Mrs. Miss Friend will be presented. a

ti': I or potentially a competitive Jas. G. Thomas, Jr., are to be host- gift by the hostesses.
resource in production of feeds, esses at a bridesmaids' luncheonat -. ....
rum, yeast, vinegar, solvent, plas-
her home on Bacom Point Road AT KINGS FERRY, N. Y.
L By L. A. REUSS ] States have curtailed our depend- tics, rayon, synthetic '
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today in honor of MlsS-K :Friend, Mr. and Mrs.. Edmond Thoraus
;"' Agriculture Economist able sources of large quantities of freeze and fuel alcohol. Pressed,
bride-elect of Richard P. Karbley, and daughter, Susanne of Canal
;_' Cane sugar production is an to relatively low-priced sugar. beet pulp equivalent to perhaps. Point the summer in
are spending
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:. portant industry: in Florida. The Sugar is a world commodity half the weight of the raw crop and Ferry, New York where his
r: ;. value of sugar produced and pro : is grown in many countries. Flor- containing to 10 per cent dry The Apelgren home is to be beau- Kings sales for a produce

: cessed in the state exceeded $20 ida, along with Louisiana, producesand matter, is a valuable feed-stuff, tifully decorated for the occasion company.manager Enroute'they visited relatives -
million in 196061.More than 50.0CO and is often the basis for a driver* with various floral arrangements.
cane, a giant
t processes sugar in Lakeland and Asheville,
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c' acres were used to produce sugarcane tropical grass. Certain northernand sified crop and livestock type of Places' for twelve guests and the North Carolina.

.. for extraction of raw sugar western states produce and farming. color theme of blue and white is to .. I

t. \ represents investment. of per- process sugar beets, a temperats- Because bagasse, the residue be carried out in the chiner service Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bush and
::. haps $10 million. Employment in zone root crop. In both cane and from sugar cane, is used as a fuelors and in the small center pieces of children returned Sautrday to their
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J.i' the fields and the mills :provides beet areas, mills oil factories, ,as industrial' raw material(build plumbago flowers sprinkled with home in Pahokee from Jupiter.
,f' permanent and seasonal payrolls well as farms and fields, are re- ing board, paper, etc.) rather than ivy. where they were the guests of her
t E' of to the of the as a feed and because cane is a I
importance economy quired. < Guests include Miss Kay Friend,. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and

t.:-- state. and the local producingareas. Cane and beets are too bulky for tend perennial to be crop specialized sugar cane monocul-areas Miss Cindy Friend, Miss Jeanine Mrs. Buford Justice.
long-distance hauling so mills usually
f tures. In some countries, local and I
Florida and ; -
.- sugar cane growers I are located near producingareas. -
national substan-
revenues depend
processors have operated under an With both cane and beets,
:' economic and institutional tially upon cane sugar alone. In
political -
sugar-containing juices must be
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> framework that has included an extracted to some degree color and Florida the commercial sugar industry ?
About
Building
is of Thinking
in
a specialized area
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:; International Sugar Agreement, impurities must be removed, water ,
winter vegetables and adds to the
; the United States sugar program, boiled off and solids or, crystals
it and many preferential trade arrangements formed and removed. Juice is removed diversity of agriculture.L. I I

; J between and within from beets by a diffusion For Free Estimates, Call -
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: blocs of sugar producing countries. process; it passes by osmosis from Shower In Honor Of I

t;' The latter, however, have little or plant cells to the thinner surrounding Mrs. Glenda PadgettThe .
"' no effect on the Florida sugar in- fluid product. Juice is squeezed I WILEY TILLIS "

dustry. out of cane stalks by shredders ,social hall of the Canal

:.i', The International Sugar Agree- and crushers. Processing of cane I Point Methodist ,Sunday School General ContractorBox
ment has had as its primary ob- juice may be halted at any one :>f I I building was the 'scene Friday Building

jective the stabilization of world- several,stages:, ,resulting in various I I night, of a calling shower honoringMrs. I '
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;' free sugar prices through use of grades of sugar. About 95 percentof Dennis C Padgett, who was 54 PAHOKEE Ph.7127 t

l production controls and export Floridas raw sugar is shippedto I Miss Glenda Mae Sears before her 1

t. quotas. The United States sugar Savannah Georgia, for refining. I marriage. ,
program has sought among other Differences in tonnage or the raw Hostesses were Mrs. Earl Max- -..- -

, : things to protect and enhance the material, content of source, effi- son, Mrs. .J. P. Parker, Mrs Donald Tfya\ifo\ityiftiys\ir: ? s J I
" incomes of domestic sugar producers ciency of.extraction and efficiencyof Kepp, Mrs. Leonard Maxson;
t. and to regulate 'sugar imports recovery all affect per acre Mrs. R. T. Smith and. Mrs. Osceola ANNOUNCING Il
in accordance with the national in- '
yields of final sugar. Yields of Upthegrove.
" terest. sugar in short tons raw value per In the receiving line with the ROYAL PALM MANOR .
Domestic producers have been harvested acre for domestic pro- honoree were her mother, Mrs.
substantially insulated from ducing areas in, 1959 averaged as I Pope Sears, and her husband's MEDALLION HOMES
changes in world sugar prices. Re- follows: Louisiana 1.8; Florida, mother,>Irs. Claude Padgett, Miss .2 AND 3 BEDROOMS 1 AND 2 BATHS
cently dramatic political and eco- 3.8; Puerto Rico, 3.2; Hawaii '8.8 Betty Rae Gillis was at the guest \
From $10 500
nomic changes outside the United (18 to 24 months); and Mainland book. The hostesses were'assisted ,

at the refreshments table by Miss
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Wynette ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED
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Rainbow Group In Blanton & Unwin Inc.

: 4 Spring MeetingThe Office Phone 7143 Res. Phones 7712 & 7866 J.

PABOKEE, FLORIDA
Pahokee Order of Rainbowfor
Girls held their meeting for this I I I

spring, Monday evening with Miss .
Elizabeth Humphries past Worthy
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Advisor, acting. It was announcedthe /!
next meeting will be held in
September.The THEATRESPRINCE

assembly was honored by
the visit of"the Lake area Supreme
LAKE DRIVE-IN
Deputy, Mrs. A. B. DeGraw of ,
Belle Glade Assembly No. 1. .
Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
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WHETHER YOU. .. Reports were made by Miss - -
Catherine Young of Port Mayacaand -
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r Miss Elizabeth Humphries of

H. Pahokee, who attended the Grand SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY
SUNDAYMONDAYTUESDAYJULY2S4
Assembly, June 18-21 in Jackson JULY 2-3-4
uyor ville. They attended the Assemblywith

Order.delegates from the Belle Glade "ALL IN A "Hell To Eternity"JEFFERY


Plans are being made for, the WORK" JEFFERY HUNTER AND
Founder's Day picnic to be held -
SHIRLEY MACLAINE AND DAVID JANSSEN
BuildWe July 8th. in Belle Glade. ,

'. Miss'Humphries was honored on DEAN MARTINTECHNICOLOR -ALSO-
/ June 11 in,Miami by.being awarded THE ATOMIC
the Grand Cross of Colors Orderof I ( ) ('SUBMARINE" .

Would Like,To Help You .Rainbow for Girls.' t(1IIIIrllllr'JIIII llllltllllillfiJ 1fllllllllll

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When. you finance your home here, you, deal with a ,A- / -J COUNTY SEAT MIAMI ... .

local association with headquarters right here in our z' -........ /- \. World famous Dade County, with its fa;-'
bulous Miami Beach is Florida's
;t most cos-
i" community, and whose officers and employees are .' mopolitan area.
4- Tourism and tourist attractions representthe
Jr sincerely interest ed,in seeing that you attain: true, 4 main source of income; however, diversified
debt-free --, industry, commercial fishing, and
home ownership. farming contribute heavily to the economyof
the area.
N Dade County was formed in 1836 and
t ;: Come In Today named for Major Francis L. Dade, who was I
massacred the beginning of the Second
Seminole War. Once Seminole Indian territory
.- many of the county names are "
Indian in .origin.
.{ : 1 t : rill I t III I II _, .. s r'= In progressive Dade Courtly and throughout -
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Brewers As-
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-. sociation works constantly to maintain .the
sale of beer and ale under pleasant, orderly \
i conditions. Believing that strict law en-
4 Everglades Federal forcement serves the best interest: of thepeople
of Florida, the Association stresses
close cooperation with the Armed Forces,
*. SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION law enforcement and governing officials.
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_,1 ? AND LOAN ZNBURANCS CORPORATION' Ft-ORiO CMViSiQMSIATfS '

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