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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 15, 1962
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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37 Youngsters Are I Local Girls Go To 'Registration Day Rainfall Still Is Annual Awards At I 1

4-H Short Course Deficient In State

Touring The EastA At Schools TodayToday Canal Point SchoolThe
Miss Janette Harrington and During the past month rainfall I
Miss Penny Pennington are attend- was again deficient, as it"has been'
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group of thirty-seven young ing the 4-H "short course" at Tallahassee (Friday) is registrationday for many months, Zeb Grant told Annual Awards Program for
people are now on a tour, enjoy- this week. Janette win- for the Summer Educational the FCD Board. the Canal Point School was held
ing points' of interest in the East. ner in the poultry division, is alsoa Enrichment Program at both the "Almost all the lakes in the Wednesday, June 6th, in the School
They left, this week by Atlantic representative of the Palm Beach Pahokee and Canal Point Schools. Upper Kissimmee Valley are now Auditorium with W. W. White,
Coastline train from Stuart and County 4-H Council. Penny was (The Schedule and instructors for at alltime lows," he said. "The Principal, .in charge. The Pledge of
planned to leave the train first at winner: in the dress review. Canal Point have been previously Kissimmee River is also at an all- Allegiance was led by the First
Richmond Va. From there they The girls joined other,4-H mem- announced.) A varied program is time low and is discharging water Grade, followed with Invocation by
I would travel by, chartered bus to bers from South Florida' in West offered for a six week, five day per into Lake Okeechobee at only 6 per Rev. C. D. Stewart.
historic Williamsburg, and also to Palm Beach where they' went by week period. Only school age child- cent of normal" Mrs. Charlotte Walston presented
Jamestown, Va., ,the first permanent train on two special coaches to ren are eligible to attend. Similar low-water conditions are a pin to Mrs. W. E. Blackwell as
English colony, where they expected Tallahassee. Mrs. Laura Burgard, Mrs. Evelyn Lair will have a reported throughout the Upper St. parent sponsor for Jr. Red Cross
to board exact duplicates of Assistant County Home Demonstration class in remedial reading; Robert Johns Valley with many lakes The Garden Club conservation
the three ships "Susan Constant," Agent accompanied the C. Woofter will teach personal there also at record lows. essay was eliminated this year, due
"Good-Speed", and "Discovery", group. typing in Room 5; Coaches Web Ground water conditions to a County School Board Policy
which brought* early settlers to Mrs. Farris Bryant, wife of the Bell and Robert Maxson will sup- throughout southern Florida have Mrs. Burr announced that Nancy
America.In governor, was feature speaker at ervise the playground and Mrs. continued to drop during the past Harrrington prepared a paper on
1k Washington, D. C. they will the assembly of more than 800 girls Rita Sims and Coach Pell will be in month except for water in Conser- conservation of Birds in Florida
stay at the Shoreham Hotel. from over, the State.Parents' .. charge at the swimming pool.: vation Area 3. which she gave at a Garden Club
Among the interesting points they R. O. Lampi will have charge of meeting.

f will visit there are the Nationl Night At the music program, this being the Lions Club Hears 100' percent Attendance Certifi-
Zoological Park, the Bureau of fifteenth year he has offered a ficates were presented by Mr.
Printing and Engraving, the White summer plan. Beginning with the White, "4s 'grade. Joey Collier, 3rd
House, the National Capitol, Li- Vacation School sixth grade, students are eligibleto Home Society Man grade: Diane Blackwell and Kenny
brary of Congress, Archives Build- participate and should register Rosmonde, 4th grade Lucky Botz--
ing, Jefferson Memorial, Washington today, at the band building be- ler, 5th grade, Kenny Martin,
Monument, Smithsonian Insti- ,Paren > Night.for the Vacation tween 8 a.. m. and 12 noon. Mr. David C. Adkins, Jr., Assistant I 'James Broyles, Rosetta Broyles
tute, Museum' of" Natural History, Bible School at the First Baptist Lampi invites beginners to'regis- Executive Director of the Child Ross Harrington and Lewis Con
the National Gallery' of' Art and Church Pahokee will be held on ter as he will be recruiting replace- ren's Home Society of Florida, ley, 6th grade, Gail Paige and
Mount Vernon. On the return trip'; Wednesday evening, June 20th at ments for the graduating seniors. was guest speaker at the luncheon James Conley, 7th grade, Maxine
from,Mount Vernon, they will 7:00 p. ,m. \ The beginner's band will prac- meeting of the Pahokee Lions Trett, 8th grade, Shirley Trett and
travel up the Potomac by boat. Thefirst day of the Vacation tice on Mondays Wednesdays and Club, Tuesday. Introduced''' by Billy Nancy Harrington.
t.-' ,In New York, they will stay at! Bible School this year saw 'a totalof Fridays .froiA,1C"a.. Tfif.' to'"12 noon I Ray Moslejv program'chairraa.nJJ'!: ...Citizens tp Certificates.preaent-. .{4
I the Taft Hotel which is located' in'' 173 present, and the prospectsfor and"the advanced band' -willprac gave' instructive. talk and showed '' ed by Mr.. White, 1st grade Alan.
: the theatrical district known as a much larger enrollment is i tice :on .Tuesdays, and Thursdays a color film, of the children and Tan,, Jerry 'Puglv and .Jana Max-
"Times Square." They plan to tour evident. at the same hour. The hours from activities at the Home. He stated' son, 2nd grade, Roberto Aleman, .
Rockfeller Center, radio and TV Children of the ages 3-16 are be- 8 a,, m. to' 10 a. m. and from 1:00p. that there were 564 children adopted and Olivia Stapler, 3rd grade,
studios, .and go to the top of the ing instructed in the departmentsthat m. to 4:30 p. m..will be used for last year, .and that the total Jamie Gibson and Gary Conley, 4th
R C.' A. Building. They plan to are in progress at this time. individual' or small group instruc- number of cases handled and pro- grade, Barney Cherry, 5th grade .
travel.by subway to:Battery Point, The. Nursery Department is led I tion.The cessed at the Home is 65,000. Gale Storey and Ralph Stacy, 6th
then by boat to the Statute'of Lib' by Mrs. Lee Wroten with Mrs. Summer Educational En- Jack Blitz was received as a new grade, Sandra Jackson and Wayne
erty and a visit to the top. Next Wayne Burdeshaw and Mrs. Foster richment Program is sponsored by ,member of the Club. J. W. Vann Stacy, 7th grade, Maxine Trett,
day they wll| visit the waterfront, Lassiter as t teachers and workers. the Palm Beach County Board of i was the inducting officer. Sth grade Terry Hall.
the government buildings Fifth The Beginner 4 year Departmenthas Public Instruction and the State Thomas Martinez, Scoutmaster Athletic Awards 'were presented
Ave., Greenwich' Village and the as leader' Mrs. Lee Parker Department of. Education announced that Troop 628 will go by Mr. Threlkeld.
United NationsBuilding where with Mrs. Richard' Tillis. Mrs. J. on a camping trip to Bonita Basketball, LeRoy Tillis, Terry
(. continued on page 8) D. Douglas, Mrs. Chester ,Mullis Springs instead of attending the (Continued on page 8)
.. helping.Mrs. Install Officers regular Scout camp, this summer. .
Roy O'Neal is superintendent He asked for a volunteer to assist ,
Wardrobe Is Topic of the Beginner 5 year Department Canal Point WSCSThe him on the, trip. ,Short Course At,
and.her helpers are Mrs. W. Kyle Scott president-elect presided -
ForBorne Agent"Miss A. Stevens and Mrs.,D. Waddell.. in the absence of the pres- Gainesville NowPalm
Mrs. James Harry)Wilkinson, Jr. ident Brooks Henderson. Miss
following officers of W. S. C.
superintendent of the Primary Dottie Lair was pianist.
S. of Canal Point Methodist Church
6 Department and she has Guests were Judge J. L. Tyson. 1
year
Mary Todd, Home Demonstration -
were installed by Rev. Robert Beach County will have 14
they will stop for. a lecture tour. Lion Adams of Clewiston and
for Palm Beach
Agent Shelley at the evening service Sun- representatives at the 47th Annual I
County, spoke on "The Well Behaved .- (continued on page :8) day, June 10: President,'Mrs. Leon- Frank Szumanski of Ft. Pierce. Girls' 4-H Club Short Course at .
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Wardrobe" at the. meeting ard Maxson; vice president, Mrs.Don Florida _State :University, June 1116. -'
j J; of the: Home Demonstration ,Club Board Agrees To Kepp; secretary, ,Mrs. Bill Val Gabaldon Gets 'L u3B.. Burgard assistant
etd'at th&'Canal'Point
1 Community Johnson; treasurert Mrs. Pope: County Home Demonstration
i-Building,-last Thursday, with the Accept R-W Deeds Sears secretary of promotions, A's..At'Jr..College: Agent with the Florida Agricultural -
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f president, Mrs. Roland ,Kahle pre- Mrs.Cliff Stuart; secretary of -..!..... Extension Service, says the
siding. Miss Todd told_ members After considerable deliberation missionary Education, Mrs. J. P. Val Gabaldon: son of Mrs. Cecilia county delegation will include, Linda -
how to choose clothes to disguise Monday, the county commission Parker; secretary of Christian so- Gabaldon, 179 So. Barfield Hwy.. Day and Nancy Briggs of Lantana -
figure faults and pamper the bud- agreed to accept right of way cial relations, Mrs. James Miller. made the dean's list at Palm Beach Carol Madison, Debby St.
get, and how to select correct ac deeds for section line roads in an Secretary of student work, Mrs. Junior College, last semester, by Bernard and Pam Horton of Lake
cessories. She also demonstratedhow undeveloped 5,000 acre tract near W. K. Buchanan; secretary of receiving straight A's in his stud- Worth, Susan Asche, Louise Ash-
to make hats from chenille the Pratt Whitney aircraft plant. children's work Mrs. W. F. Un- ies,- although he was carrying a ton and Jane Drake of West PalmBeach
sticks that are ,attractive but cost Engineer Robert Brockway told derhill; secretary of youth work, full 17 hour schedule. Sally Walls of Greenacres
only pennies. the commission that board acceptance Mrs. ,Robert Shelley; secretary of Val' has,an outstanding record City, Janette Harrington of Canal
Miss Delores Ellis, hair stylist of the rights of way would spiritual life Mrs. Eustis Black- there, having appeared in manyof Point, Princie Ella Pennington of
from Burdine's, who was scheduledto speed up the possibility of getting well; secretary' of literature pub- the theatrical presentations of! Pahokee, and Kathryn Zywicki of
be guest speaker at the meeting new industry to locate in the area. lications, Mrs. Eugene Hollon; the College, and having won honorsin Bean City. Mrs. Emile Wassner of
had car failure and was unable to He said industrial sites in the secretary" of supply work. Mrs. Eli debating. Last week, he was Lake Worth, 4-H leader of 'Lake
attend. county are at a premium. due to McCall; secretary of public relations moderator for a debating team at Worth Teens Club and :Mrs. Bur
Miss Betty Marshall, a British the high cost of land. The tract in. .. Mrs. Glenn Powell. the Junior Chamber of Commerce gard assistant Home Demonstration -
subject from London, who was at- question he said would'be put on The nominating committee .con- dinner at Lake Worth. Agent will accompany the
tending the meeting as a guest. the market at rates much lower sists of Mrs. Bill Johnson, Mrs. Last Saturday night, he was the group. The girls will travel in two
agreed to answer questions on than. is being asked in other areas. Earl Maxson and Mrs. Glenn Pow- after dinner speaker at the annual special coaches with 4-H'ers from .
England while the group waited on Under the agreement offered, ell. banquet for the advanced speech Dade, Broward, Martin and SL.
Miss Todd to arrive from West the commission voted to,accept the, S., students of Palm Beach Junior College Lucie.Counties.. .
Palm Beach. The proverbial Brit- right of way deeds but assumed no AQUA'SPRINGS WATER held at Wolfies in LaJe I Some 800 girls from throughoutthe
ish dry wit was evident as she responsibility for construction of NOW IN BELLE GLADE Worth. state will attend the annual
told of her trip over on the' S .s. the designated roads. Val left Tuesday to spend a week event. Classes in home economics
United ,States. After being seasickfor Those fdiks ln the Glades who vacationing with friends in the will be conducted each morning by
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most of the journey over she Frank Roselle visited his brother. want crystal pure Orange Springs mountains of North Carolina. Extension Service specialists, and
summoned to Rozelle in water get it from Florida State instructors
enough courage try aliht John Hollywood i may AquaSprings University -
lunch in the dining'room. "I Sunday afternoon and ..&]so '' his Ino, Phone WY 6-5221 in Miss Susan Johnson has,returned according to Miss Anna :Mae
.. had a. light'soup in mind but when I brother W. M.RozeDe Alabama, I Belle Glade. It is a new concern: from Pensacola where she spent Sikes, state home demonstration
(Continued .On Page 2) I who was a guest there. and is ready to serve you. several da visiting friends.. (Continued on Page 8)




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:THE LAKE QJ EECHOBEE ,REGION HOME. OPTfiE -f. ,: .'. : x '} USe.

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,Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without MISS JEAN BROWN

I Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years .

f Established_ _March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday Wedding Date Set SJl

,Subscription 2.00 Year In Advance For Miss Jean BrownMr.

The Everglades Nejvs Js Entered at the Post OfficeIn
Store materials out of reach of
Canal Point*..FJorida.: as Second Class :Matter and Mrs. Joel W. Brown of children, pets, and irresponsible t

2220 E. Main, Pahokee are an- people. '-
Paul Hard.in Owner, Editor, Publisher
nouncing the engagement of their

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Is What- Transpired At Monday's Perry son of Mr. and Mrs. ElvinL. ". r
,,Here : r Apply pesticides only as
Perry of 206 S. Ctirus Drive, directed.
Meeting Of The Palm Beach Ocala.

The wedding will be an event of

County Commission Aug.Pahokee.25 in the First Baptist Churchat


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was graduated from
N The:; county commission Monday Beach Jaycees the sum of $200 to Pahokee High School in 1959 and

: I agreed .to enter into a 'joint.financing help, publicize the county at a na- presently attends the University of Dispose of empty containers so that

: plan for construction of a safety tional Jaycee convention in Ne- Florida, Gainesville where she is a they pose no hazard to humans, animals '

gate on a .railroad crossing that vada. Senior in Elementary Education.She or valuable plants. ..
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cuts over county line road between Authorized Commissioner Ed is a majorette with the uni-

Palm Beach and Martin counties.The Bandlow to meet with officials of versity's Marching Gator Band - --- ----- ------------- -

commission voted to join Greenacrey in an attempt to work I and is a member of the Zeta Tau She is a member of Kappa DeltaPi

Martin County in seeking a three- out sidewalks for school children Alpha social sorority. !; i educational honorary sorority, I

way financing plan between the .along Carver and Jackson Streets I Mr. Perry a graduate of Ocala and was educational officer of Pi
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two countys and the railroad andif which serve Greenacres School. High School attended the University Mu, social sorority.Mr. '

this fails, to join Martin countyin Took under consideration; a re- of Florida with a football kiP'ir1fk Morris is a graduate of I'

building the crossing.In quets from the City of Boynton scholarship, and was a member of : Florida State University with a ,

other actions this week the Beach for 9,000 yards of shell and the Kappa Alpha Fraternity at the Batchelor Degree in Library Sci

commission: rock to be used for improvementof university. He is presently em- ( ence. He is a member of Alpha

Voted to give the West palni six streets in that community. ployed in the advertising depart i Epsilon social fraternity and is I

.\ Referred to the county attorneyfor ment of Tommy Bartlett, Inc., at I doing graduate work in library sci

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN study and recommendation a Silver Springs, Fla.Wardrobe I 3 ence at Florida State. He is a
AND FOR PALM BEACH COUNTY. I '
FLORIDA request that transportation of member of the Pensacola Country
IN RE:' THE ESTATE OF t I mentally ill patients'from the coun- : Club.A .
ESTHER C. LEVINS. : '
I DECEASED : ty to state hospitals be turned over Topic- = fi mid-summer wedding is plan-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS to the welfare department and '

i You and and required each ot to you present are.hereby:any claims notified taken out of the sheriffs depart- ned.New e _
I and demands which you or either of ment. (Continued From Page 1) r
the estate ot Welcome Station
have against
Esther yoU may C. Levin, deceased, late, of said Set June 25 at 10:30 a. m. as the the chap next to my table ordered
to the County Judge of Palm time for Planned For ,
County a public hearing on a pro- everything on the menu one whiff County
Beach. County. Florida at his of lice;.In
posal to relocate section of the
House at West Palm Beach ,a :
the Court and I left before the waiter re
Florida within eight calendar months ocean road between Jupiter and The' county commission took
from the date of the first 'publicationof Juno turned." Miss Marshall discussedthe
this notice. Each claim or demand ,Beach-moving the road steps this week to construct a new
must be In writing and must be swornto back from the ocean. free medical and dental treat- .
by the claimant his agent or his -e. --- welcome station at the north
attorney, or the same will become null ment as practiced in England, and MISS SUSAN JOHNSON
and void according to law. Col. And Mrs. Evans the cost of living in England as county line and approved sale of
28th of May 1962. wwwwwwMiss
This day the present welcome station to the
Marvin Levin Administrator compared to the United States. She r
of the Estate of Have Texas Visitors stated that she earns $24.00 per Susan Johnson town of Jupiter.The .
Esther C. Levins, ?'deceased. town<< has offered the county
week which is
Thadd Whidden considered a good: Told
Attorney for Administrator. Col. and Mrs. W. S. Evans of salary over there. She said that Engagement $7,000 for the present welcome

Pahokee.Publish June Florida, 1, 8. 15 and 22.1962 Port Mayaca have had as guests, she has tried a little of all kindsof station. It is to be used jointly by
Mrs. Clement Griscom Johnsonof
the
and the Chamberof
their daughter, Mrs. J. J. Eairley southern cooking but she could town Jupiter

IN IN THE AND COUNTYJUDGE'S FOR PALM BEACH,COUNTY.COURT. .I and her daughters Jane and Katherine not get accustomed to cornbread. Pahokee announces the en- Commerce.
//Funds from this sale and funds
gagement of her daughter. Miss
FLORIDA. Texas
I of San Antonio, ; their grits and so much fried. chicken.
NO.. 18944. Susan Griscom Johnson, to Thomas f saved from having to move the old
In'reo Estate of : I son-in-law and daughter Dr. and The places she hopes to visit in the
.DR. EL A. B O S W E LL. : Mrs. Frank Handley and .four U. S, are Disneyland and thWorld's Jackson Morris, Jr., son of Mr. and welcome station to a new site will
Deceased' r : f Mrs. Thomas Jackson Morris Sr. be used to finance construction:
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS: .' \ children of Sebring and their son Fair at Seattle.
All creditors, of the estate. of DR. H.A. and daughter-in-law,.Mr. and. Mrs. Miss Mary Todd. announced the of Pensacola. a new building.Mr. _
BOaWELL. deceased are hereby Miss Johnson of .e
and required file any claims (W, S. ,Evans .II and three sons ofLexington Home Demonstration. short coursesare the daughter
notified I Mrs. Basil and
Johnson and Todd
the
late Clement Griscom ,
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.or' demands which they Gay have Ky. The Handleys and : to be held in Gainesville. July
altt tate In the.pffJUa & is June'graduate of Florida State daughter. Toni ,of Plant City
gaLpst. > a
Beach eoai .. W. S..Evans II and his family have' 9-13 and discussed the various
count!: jildce of Palm last
Batchelorof weekend with his
Florida' in.the courthouse- at West returned to their homes but Mrs. courses offered. University receiving a spent parents -
Pklm, .,Bech.4a.. >wlhln< ape Science Degree in Education. Mr. and Mrs. C M. Todd.
caldarmonths, from thed4tepf.the.flrst'publlcatlon Eairley and daughters will remain.. Plans were discussed for holding J.:
of this notice. -Eachd&lm with her parents;forseveral. wgeks. -
a special meeting :Miss De- --- .
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and,.must state the ,place, oc,residence -.. lores Ellis can give her demonstration ./". ". L't ..1S... all' L,! 1 A .. ........, 1"'..... ..,... "<-'" .. FATTENTION -..
,aiH1'post-office address of the claimant. Planned in hair styling at a later date. '
atult must,be swam.to ,by..thftrtaltrUnt.hU Luncheon .
Mrs.
a8Fat..oc his attorney, it ..wtU.become Bruce Bitting was in chargeof MENT14INY
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.void according" to'..1&". "' ,Jgnq Q'tgen' $ the luncheon that followed the
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J.L.TYSON. meeting. Miss Mary Carter of .
I. NOW TO BE-A
Ancillary Administrator CU' Joliet, 111. was a visitor.
.. ,A fellowship covered-dish luncheon -
.th8:Estate rot :I
,DB. E A. BOSOTOX. will ,be held. Sunday in the .._ .
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Ttteceased.: recreation i hall of the Pahokee Heavy Equipment
publication June 1..19G2. .1
First on .
publish.June 1, 8. U..22. 19g2. First Methodist Church; honoring Joint.Hospital Is -0( ::

Rev. .and.Mrs. Thomas C. O'Steen' .
ON THE COUNTY JUDGE'S "COUJI r
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1 IN.AND FOB.PALMBF CILCxOUNTY'LORIDA' '*, who are returning to Pahokee for Disqussed"At: RotaryE. Operator .
their third year. The luncheon will
3N5RSfrTHB:: ESTATE,OF : I '
mJLD )(.,WILSON.. : fpVlow the morning,worship:,service_ A. Jensen was guest speaker;, BULLDOZER -:- GRADER -:- CLAMSHELL .

DECEASED- '* NOTICE" -TO CREDITORS: .j[and is under the supervision; of at the luncheon meeting,ihe'a- POWER SHOVEL -:- AND OTHERS

All creditors of, the;estate.of .tIul4ar I Mrs Robert Apelgren, hospitality hokee Rotary: Club.last Thursday,-
:U. Wilson, deceased are.hereb1 notified chairman and her committee. Mrs. with the president, R. O. Lampi, COMPLETE TRAINING PROGRAM INCLUDING: .
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claims'
and:mends required welch to you file may any hJ.Vtl'J.against or des Richard F. Hurt, new president of presiding. .Mr. Jensen spoke "pro"and ACJTUAL EXPERIENCE. ONJIfAVXFQ.q: : lI rr :,
said estate In the office of theLCountrJudge the Woman's Society of ChristianService I
"con" on the consolidation of ,
-of Palm Beach Countys,,,FTortaa. For Complete, Immediate, Information I
In,the Court House at WastPa} n;esch4 is in charge of generalarrangements. the: Belle Glade and Pahokee hos-
Florida, within eight calendar months pitals. I Fin Out; Coupon And .3Loil Today!
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from the date of the first' UbUcaUcmof .
this notice to-wit: May' 251962. : ( John Hundley, graduating sen- NO -

writing Each and claim must or demand state theplace must be 'In of :Mr.and Mrs. Donald Crews visited ior at Pahokee High, gave a farewell -, PREVIOUSEXPERIENCE UNIVERSAL TRAINING.SERVICE; ::;

residence and post office addreastof the his grandparents, !Mr. and Mrs. talk expressing gratitude to_ .. Heavy Equipment Division ;a, .

claimant claimant and his must agent.be'or sworn' .his .to Attorney.or by,the. R. J. Crews, ,last weekend. They the Club for choosing him as the NEEDED Box AA c-o The Everglades .., 't
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It-will be come'void according.to law were enroute from Gainesville_ to student member fore,year. Qualify for the Canal Point, Florida. .' .1
Dated- ,this 30th,day' of April...1962.T .Hallandale to spend the summer. Guests were Lloyd Hundley high paying jobs .' ". 7
Frank Executor M.of Wilson Estate -ofulda Donald who.has just completed his ecky Mackey 'Yvonne Thompson available In the Name .. w------- Age _

M, WUapu. fifth year of study at the University Jimmy Holman, Dr. Lee Eggert Heavy Equipment Street .,___. ... .. ,,..: -. _..._- '
publish: : May 23. June l.'a/and. 15.1962 Gainesville Industry:. _- _. ,. .
T ,of.Elorida, is..majoring in.. civil ; Bob .Hutcheon. .I alm : fo.-
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'" Mrrs. F. G. Gillis returned home !! Mike Watkins and Kirby Mole J \
.' sat Friday from a three week left Monday to spend several days ,
. Visit with her son-in-law and!!with Mike's grandparents, Mr. and .t41h
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, daughter Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Russell -i Mrs. W. M. Haynes in Sanford. : 4rn1TtTh'I: 'I"Ht'41h .

Collins and their small sons, = .
Percent Percent i
Joe, Diane Susan and MelindaGraham
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Tony; and Keith, in Fort Meade,
, former _residents of Pa-
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returned to Homestead
ihokee,
Mrs. Grace Arrants of West!I I Sunday after visiting friends and I Savings Savings .4E :t tI
Palm Beach was the luncheon I II 'relatives and attending the graduation -
guest, Saturday of her brother- I exercises at Pahokee High :
in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Ray School.

Hawk Sr., in Canal Point. Rev. Harrison Crews of Winter I It Can Be Yours! i<

Mr:: and Mrs. J.: W. Vann their Haven visited his uncle and aunt E .
niece, Miss Carolyn Sellers, and.I Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Crews;Tuesday 4

their guests, Mr. and Mrs. M. H.of I[afternoon.Mr. If you need money to build that dream home come in .
Mulkey, Jr., and two daughters
and Mrs. R. F. Hurt had as

week Vienna,at, Palm Ga., are Beach spending Shores. this weekend guests her nephew and today The details can be worked out easily by the friendly t
I niece, Mr. and Mrs. Durwood

Mrs.,Remer Young left Sunday' Creel and family of Seville. folks at Everglades Federal.EVERGLADES. i

for North Carolina to join her Mrs. Betty Mankin of Marietta,. .
husband who is stationed at Ft. j
Ohio; is the house guest of Miss -
Bragg. Mrs. Young,was accompan Jane Plumer..Mrs. Mankin-will accompany -
fed by her father-in-law, Remy Miss Plumer when she t FEDERAL
Young, who will return to Florida
leaves on June 30 to spend her va-
after visiting the young couple fora cation in Ohio. Savings And Loan ,AssociationSAVINGS
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Mrs. Nellie Ritter of West Palm ATTEND GRADUATION
Beach- is the guest this week, of 40 S. \V. AVENUE "B" BELLE. GLADE PHONE WY6-2067

her brother-in-law and sister. Mr Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Jernigan of K": : M 4HHHHHrrH4H' -.'+r: : : J : : : : : : : : : : : t t t : : MI YoM -
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Point. ton and children Joe and Mil-I I I-' -
I IN RECITAL VISIT LAKELAND ALABAMA VISITORSMr.
Gainesville and Mrs. B. S. Preston :
Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Hughes and Miss Katherine (Kathy) Boynton -
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Saturday, Mayor Duncan Pad- and Mrs. I. M. Lair had as
son, Lewell, of Bryant, left Satur- of Hollywood attended the gradu- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T
gett accompanied his grandchildren recent guests, her sister, Mrs. Mattie -
day to visit a week with relativesin ation of Miss Janette Harringtonat Boynton, and Miss Tammy Branch,
Donna Duncan and Suzanne
Joy Lou Matthews of Luverne Ala.
Andalusia, Ala.
of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Pahokee High School. Friday daughter
Padgett, who had been his
Branch, played in the piano recital, I and her brother, John H. Howell of
Mrs. K.,. B. Eldon of Lake Har- evening, and were guests of Mr. house guests during the week, to
last night, at the Belle Glade Community ', Detroit, :Mich. Mrs. Matthews and
bor attended the graduation exercises and Mrs. A. R. Harrington in Ca- I Lakeland where the. children met
at Pahokee High I School, last nal Point. Mrs. Jernigan and .Mrs. Center. All performerswere I their parents Rev. and Mrs. Donald Mr. Howell attended the graduation -
of Adam L. Decker,
Thursday. Her granddaughter, Preston are sisters of Mrs. Har- pupils I Padgett. Rev. and Mrs. Pad- I last Friday of their niece Miss
and choirmaster at Beth-
Miss Evelyn Stacy, was one of the rington and Mrs. Milton is her organist gett, had been attending the Flor- I Bonnilu Lair at Pahokee High
graduates.Mrs. I II niece. esda-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church',II ida Methodist Conference. School.
''in Palm Beach. I[

I Adeline Wroten has,,returned -
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with relatives in Alabama and
Georgia and her sister, Mrs. Mae Top Icft-Chny II Nova Sport Coupe Foreground.-Impala Convertible Top right-Corvair Monza\ Club Coupe

Bailey in Jacksonville.

Mrs. C. H. Tillis left last weekto
spend most of the summer with
relatives at St. Simon's Island, Ga.
she was accompanied as far as

Lake Butler by her son; and daugh- .:) II.i .
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W. M. DuBose who teaches in the i,
Jacksonville schools is visiting his f } i'

wife, Mrs. Tommie H. DuBose, this
week at their home on Second Ave.

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spencer and ,
daughter Jane, spent several days
this week at White Springs,

Mrs. Collie Flowers and Mrs. I # '

Idella Finley of 798 Larrimore
Road had as Sunday guests, Mr. Sk

\ and Mrs. ,Pete ,Haulcomb of Lake 'I' : : \
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Mrs. Mamie Maxson has returned -

to the home of her son and ," ...
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have a spare room or two for JJ
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No look-alike styling. No handmeEasy to look at, easy to ride in,
ad in this
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column and watch results. A phone CAR AT JUST THE PRICE down ideas. You do your choosing easy to keep up. B Then there's the

call and $Loop :the job done. from three altogether different lines nimble rear engine Corvair-still in

BOOMS ABE NEEDED almost i' AT YOUR. CHEVROLETDEALER'S of cars. Like the line that's way a class all by itself. So why settle

daily. If you advertise in this out front as America's favorite buy for the look-alike, drive-alike cars

classified column, folks will know .ONE S T O Pthe luxurious Jet-smooth Chev- when you can get Chevrolet dependability -

where to find that spare room. rolet. Or the spiffy thrift car with in three .."...,.. -' r
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: Walter AshleyV 305 .Garage '_ See the new Chevrolet,,Chevy II and Corvair at.1LOJEJ2..cal authorized Chevrolet. dealer: _-,-__ : .:t :t
In Belle Glad. Phone \ ,_ .. lfa ,
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[ toxic pesticides were urged upon

parents by Martin Isetts, first aid : ;s\.
I director of the Palm Beach County

Red Cross Chapter, today.
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I The American National Red .,+'."' .,
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Cross is one of the 21 organizations :>>:
that cooperate in National Poison
I Prevention Week designated early
I in 1962 by an Act of Congress and
I Proclaimed by President Kennedy.
According to Mr. Isetts of the
more than 300,000 children five

years old and under who swallow
poison accidently, nearly 500 died.
I Many others were permanently af-

'fected.j .

j Recently the Florida State
Board of Public Health issued the
I following about toxic pesticides:
I During the past year there have '
been on several occasions news
'stories about people dying as a
result of exposure to Parathon.
i The toxic pesticide is used in man's

1 constant battle with insects. fungi, '
and weeds around the home and
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farm. Ten individuals most of
them children, lost their lives from
1 contact with Parathon in Florida
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in 1961. The amount of 80 per cent
of Parathon solution necessary to
|kill a 150 pound man is about three
MISS MARGARET DELANO
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Margaret Delano. Orange Production I One drop of TEPP Parathon or I

t. To Wed Edwin Stuart In State Increased Phosdrin concentrate on the skin
'I of a small, child will usually be
I 239 Pet. In 20 Years f.a tal.
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent J. Delano
If you elect to use a toxic pesticide
of Ravenna, Ohio announce the engagement use maximum precautions. All
Production of oranges in Florida :
of their daughter Margaret highly toxic pesticides should be
has increased 239 percent in
t Jeanne to Lt. (jg) Edwin Jay kept in a well-ventilated storage'I The young lady in the picture is Debbie Lou, the daughter of Mr.
I I: the past twenty years and a fur I place; which should be secured at and Mrs. R. B. Chastain, Jr., of Miami and is shown looking at her first
Stuart USNR son-of Mr. and Mrs.
,, ther production increase of approximately all times by a lock. Under no circumstances I catch. Her smile isn't quite as big as that of her grand-daddy T.
Clifford L. Stuart of Canal Point, 30 percent is expected over should a high toxic Platt of Pahokee who gave her her- first lesson a few dayp! ago. The
Florida. the next three seaspns according pesticide ever be brought into the, admiring grand-daddy is the piscatorial artist of The Everglades News
The bride-elect is a graduate of to a study of the Florida orange home. Only household insecticides force in Canal Point where he has been employed for more than a

i. Ravenna City High School and industry recently released by Continental such as are sold in garden supply, quarter of a century.
received her Bachelor of Science Can Company.In I hardware or food stores, should be I "
Degree in Education from Kent I the 1960-61 season the Florida kept at home. These materials Chicken Dinner By i Eddie Stanley Is
State University Kent Ohio in 6range supply reached an estimated : whcih are generally considered 'I'
1958. While attending Kent State 86.7 million boxes as compared moderate!y-to-slightly toxic Church Of God Now Lieutenant

she was a member of Kappa Delta I I with, 25.6 million boxes in the should be secured in a locked cabinet i
Pi education ho orary. Upon graduation 1939-40 season. By 1963-64 the sup- or closet and by all means ,I The Church of God of Prophecy Mrs." Dorothy 'Stanley has received

she taught for three years'>piyAs expected to reach 112 million placed. out of th, :_rea.cn,of chi! ren.1 will.haye a chicken dinner tonight word* that her son, Edward.
J in Euclid Ohio..Shah presently '. Qxes. Much' of this increase will Even",these household.- pesticides i (Friday) at the Community: Build (Eddie) Stanley, has been promoted ,
1 teaching in San Diego California._ be: in Valencia oranges which are can kill small children. ing in Canal" Point for the benefit from Lieutenant to Lt. Com
I, Lt. (jg) Stuart was graduated particularly suited to frozen juice In case of poisoning by a toxic of the building fund. Serving will mander in the Naval Air Force.
from Pahokee High School and re concentrating. pesticide, Get To A Doctor As start at 7:00 p. m. and will be Lt. Commander Stanley is presently
ceived his Bachelor of Arts The in demand
Degree growth consumer Possible.If .
Soon As
"family style" as usual. The price stationed at New Iberia
from the University of Florida, for frozen orange concentrate has If the poison was spilled on the will be $1.25 for adults and 50 cents La.. His wife is the former Miss
where he was affiliated with Lam- readily absorbed this increased I skin wash it off immediately and II I for children. Lois Echols of Canal Point and
da Chi He attended supply of Florida and the
Alpha Fraternity. oranges thoroughly with large amounts of -a. they have three small daughters.
Naval Officer's Candidate Contintenal Can study predicts soap and water. If the poison was I I Mrs. Sadie Barwick was the Cheryl, Karen and Kathy.
School .in Newport Rhode Island that continued growth of demand it is also desirable .
an organic phosphate i guest of her nephew, Jasper Reed,
and is the staff of The for this will take most I
serving on product up
to wash in alcohol
rubbing I in Miami over the weekend. CLASSIFIED ADS PAY
Commander Training Command, of the substantial increase in total of a dilute solution of washing or I I
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If the poison 'was inhaled, move
in Gainesville while he attends Freddie Hickerson the to air. If breath
patient open -I ITO
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Florida.Law School. at .a.the University of i Receives High Honors: ing respiration.If has stopped. give artificial For Immediate Sale

I I droplets or particles of poison BE REMOVED '
Miss Sandra Lampi daughter of I Mr. and Mrs.-Ralph Maxson and : have entered the eyes, flush thor'
Mr. and ,Mrs. R. O. Lampi, was in I daughters Sue and Brenda of Canal with water.
oughly plain 8 3 ROOM FRAME COTTAGES 8 r
Miami Tuesday evening where she Point attended the graduation
.. Keep the patient warm and as
played with the University. of Miami I I exercises at Admiral Farragut comfortable as possible. Jt Bedroom -:-Bath Room -:- Kitchen-Living Room
Band at the graduation exercises Academy in St. Petersburg where Treatment or'medical information
for the one thousand and Cadet Lt Fred T. Hickerson Jr. on pesticides ,poisoning may J AU. UTILITIES, CONNECTIONS & FIXTURES
eight graduates of t e University was awarded ribands for academic be obtained from the area's P 6isoiv :. -:: F1iRmsiIED ; .1 '.' '.;,
.at the Miami .Beaclt "ConvijpVlonHalL '*. [achievement;: and deportment for Control Centers Ft.Broward LaU ., n: !;: I--': OR UNrURNISH ....n' ".-
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Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth K. Shephardof
IN Lake Worth attended the graduation
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of Miss Katherine Young at I
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Pahokee last Aqua Springs
SUGAR CANE AND OR night. After High the School exercises, Friday, Mrs,

Brooker and'Dr.. .and Mrs. Shep
VEGETABLES hard visited Dr. and 'Mrs. W. C. A Natural Water From The Springs

Young at their home at Port,May-
aca, while Mrs. Brandon visited Of Orange City
GOOD WAGES STEADY WORK
her son and daug ter-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Gene Waits and family CRYSTAL PURE BOTTLED WATER
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1 SMITH-RECUPERATING Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Scruggs,* Sr.
: : FROM OPERATI011F liON DAY, I Runyon are expecting--their son

Mrs. Edyther Smith; Canal Point and daughter-in-law; Mr: anchHri.

r'Ne Of The ChurchesFirst post master, is recuperating-nicely George A. Scruggs of Fort Walton -
from an emergency operation Beach to arrive Saturday fpr a
bright and t early Tuesday morning weeks visit with them.

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Methodist Holy Nativity Canal Point.First' I 10:00 o'clock Monday night. She her home in Canal Point, Sun-
had the attack and was in the' day, after being a patient at Ever-
Church, PahokeeRev. Episcopal Church, Baptist ChurchElder I operating room in Everglades Memorial glades Memorial Hospital for a

-- Pahokee hospital at 3:30 a, m.. week:

T. C. O'Steen R. E. Barfield

SUNDAY: Rev. Lossing, Vicar SUNDAY:
9:45 a. m.-church School .SUNDAY: 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School "-
._ 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 10 a. m.-Sunday School 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship
1 6:45 p. m.-MYF 11:00'a. m.Worship Service 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C.
7:45 p. m.-Evening'Worship, 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship Monday Cattle Sales

TUESDAY: Canal Point WEDNESDAY: .
I ..7:00''p.. m.-Vesper Choir practice : -; 7:30 p> m.-Midweek Prayer
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-x Baptist Church= \ Service Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market (
WEDNESDAY: --- 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: ,
WhlOh'IS owned and operated by more than 120
745"p.. m.-Mid-week devotions Rev. Charles D. StewartPastor 7:30 p. .-Ladies Auxiliary .
Florida Cattlemen.
8:30, p. m.-Senior Choir prac- SUNDAY: Meeting.

r: tice 9:45: 'a.'m.-Sunday School -- You'll enjoy the -excellent service you receive here
-e. 11:00 a. ,mMorningWorship
6:30 Union The Methodist Church at this Market. We make an effort at all times to give
i The Church Of God p. m.Training ,
7:30 p. m.;Evening ,Worship Canal Point FloridaRobert an outstanding service to' buyer and' seller. Give us

Prophecy, Pahokee WEDNESDAY:, a trial.
., Canal Point Road 7:30 p. .-Prayer Meeting, A. Shelley, Pastor '
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John H. Kinard, pastor Church Of God 10:00 a. m.-Church School
10:00:: a. m.-Sunday School 11:00 a. m.=-Morning Worship c, SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.

11:00a.. .-Preaching Service Barfield Highway 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship
7:45'p.. Evangelistic Service .7:30p.. m.-Evening Worship

8:00, p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. Pahokee Fla., ,MONDAY: Glades Livestock MarketASSOCIATION
i 8:00: p. m. Thursday:-W.M.B.,,,; J. W. Hughes; Minister'*, "3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice I .
Everyone welcome. Special music Phone 924-3736' TUESDAY: I
and singing. SUNDAY: 8:00 p. .-Woman's Society

9:45 a. .-Sunday School 1st Tuesday I'I On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road '
I I 11:00 a. m Morning Worship 2nd MONDAY: j Phone WY 6-3028 George Young, Manager
The Pahokee:ChurchOf 7:30, p., m.-Evangelistic Ser, 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting I I
.> viceTUESDAY WEDNESDAY: I '
The Nazarene
I 7:30 I
: p. m.-Prayer Meeting
7:30: p. m.-Prayer Service
Rev. Max D. Jones Pastor THURSDAY: Christian Science I
433 Bacom Point Rd.
7:30 p. m.Youth for Christ
Phone 924-7528 P.' O. Box' 882 Service Group Of Canal Point'How NOW
SUNDAY SERVICES:
_
9:45 a. m.Sunday School .e
spiritual understanding of
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship First Baptist God brings freedom from weariness t TRAILWAYS.JGETS
6:30 m.-Juniors .
p. Church Pahokee and fatigue will be brought I ....................................
7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening out at Christian Science services
Evangelistic Service Sunday. !
WEDNESDAY: Guthrie W. Colvard, Minister TO
Scriptural readings in the Les-
7:30: p. .-Midweek Prayer Sunday School-9:45 a. m." I
son-Sermon entitled "God the Pre
meeting Morning, Worship-11:00 a. m.
; server of Man" will include this
"Where you are a stranger but Training Union-6:45 p. m. verse from Isaiah (40): "They NEW YORK
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Evening Worship8OOpm.: .
once. : that wait upon the Lord shall renew .
Wednesday Prayer Service ',their strength; they shall I -
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7:30: p. m. FASTERRide
run, and not be weary; and they .
-St. Peters Lutheran ". warm welcome to all. .
1J JA. shall walk, and,not faint.". : :

Church,Belle Glade One of the correlative passagesto
be read frdtn "Science and
St. Mary's CatholicChurch
Health with
to the
Key Scriptures"by
August Koerber, Pastor
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade \ Mary Baker Eddy states (p.
SUNDAY: 217): "The scientific and perman-

Divine Services 11 A. M. Father Francis Fennech, Pastor ent remedy for fatigue is to learn
School 9:45 A. M. Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m. the power of Mind ,over the body or
Confessions before Mass'.e. any illusion of physical weariness,
." and so destroy this illusion, for
.
Baptist WMU In matter cannot be weary and
Patteron Circle heavy-laden." our
Monthly MeetingsThe The Golden Text is from Psalm
Met At Carter HomeThe 91: "He that dwelleth in the secret V.1. *; thru expresses

circles of the Woman's Mis- place of the most High shall abide .: 1 Y. over our NEW
'sionary Union of the Pahokee lone Patterson Circle of the i under the shadow of the AI-
First Baptist Church held regular Canal Point Baptist Church met at 'mighty." t{ East Florida

monthly, meetings on Tuesday.The the home of Mrs. M. C. Carter at -- ., .: route
Faye Taylor Circle met at Port Mayaca, Monday afternoon, ryx:
the home of Mrs. Edwin Todd with with Mrs. J. L. McCall, acting Shirley Circle To I Our new route along the .
Mrs. Mary Gore as co-hostess. chairman, presiding.Mrs. eastern coastline cuts hours'
Meet
Monday Eve .
"Let's Do Something' About It" J. H. Bordeaux opened the I off our Miami to New York
was the theme pf the program presented meeting' with prayer. Mrs. C. D. ;: trips. We travel new super-' ,
by Mrs Lois White. Mrs. Stewart presented the program, The Gertrude Shirley Circleofthe highways. Air-condition':

Ray Hawk, Jr.., and Mrs. Lois "Being Christian in Human Relationships _Woman's Society of Christian ing. Reclining seats. Rest--
Service of the Pahokee First Meth- t Vi tl'-view win- '
White were appointed to secure a ,using: the circle topic rooms.
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I slate of officers for the new year. -J.'I. :Refreshment*,'were served tonineSnembers. Seriously. ;Mrs* Stewart was.,as- night at 8:00 p. m. at the home '..J
Mrs., Ray Hawk, rjr.,: sietedr by :Mrs.* J. ;.I-t McCall and cir Mrs. D. ,B. Watkins. Mrs.'1aclrSpencer H 1
fir W* Eden. circle chairman, will ,, .t. .. 1
'circle chairman, presided. : S. _, ,' pie- :: ';:" !I!
-*-Members of the Lottie Moon '*.;,Mrs., W. S;\prjssr Mrs. J. E. side. All the 'other circles'of.the ?'J' .:

Circle met at the home of Mrs.J. Williams and '}Irs; Carter were WSCS' have suspended.. meeting.. M..rM1
P. Herring on Annona Avenue. named as a nominating committee e until September. : I
Mrs. Joe Thompson presided in the to select officers( for Ute comirg t I f''..1

absence of the circle chairman, yea Refreshments were served t., Student- Day .At. easiest travel on earthJACKSONVILLE '
t
Mrs.. **'
Marvin Crady. A mission 13 members and three guests.
"Indonesia" ..--! .. Pahokee'MethodistMethodist i #
program on was pre- ,
NEW YORK $36.90 $ 7.70
sented by Mrs. Thompson. The circle John Hatton Head '- The only Thru serviceWASHINGTON 4 Thru trips dally I,_
will meet next month with Mrs.C. Student Day was observed i
A..Batchelor. Of Men's Club at the morning worship service $29.55 ORLANDO $ 3.75 ir
Mrs. W. K. Aldridge, circle of the Pahokee First Methodist The only Thru service (plus taz) 4 Thru trips dally (plus tax) (

chairman,. was hostess to membersof John Hatton was, elected presi- Church, Sunday. David Sim- '
FOR INFORMATION PLEASE CALL
the Betty Mills Circle, Tuesday dent ,of the, .Methodist Men's CJub onson, student at'Florida' Southern r
evening. Mrs. Don'Collier presented at-the dinner meeting held in. the College, g vthe' Call, to Wor- Canal Point Sport Shop r '

the program "Let's Do Something recreation,room of the Pahokeo ship;" Miss Vicki Alley, 1962 graduate M. C. CARTER, AGENT PHONE 7787TRAILWAYS ;
About It Seriously.!' Those Methodist Church, Tuesday tIght, of Pahokee High School, gave
assisting her were Mrs. C. L. Shirley with the, retiringpresident: Minter the prayer; David Watkins who
Jr., Mrs., Aldridge and Mrs. Collins, presiding. Other officers attends the University 'of Miss., r'
:M. P. Stanley. elected'were Duncan Padgett, vic lead the responsive reading and !
The Grace Jernigan Circlemet president; W. M. Stamp, secretaryand Robert Boe,.1962 graduate of PHS, .'
jat the home of Mrs. R. S. Douthit Frank Rozelle treasurer. read the scripture. The sermon was

with the circle chairman, Mrs. Mrs. Robert C. Hatton, guest delivered by Rev. T. C, O'Steen,
Grace Graham, presiding} Mrs. speaker brought an inspirational. pastor.
Wiley Tillis presented, the program message. -
"Being,Chrj4. 'Human 1.embervoted;' to 'discontinue Miss .J ean1neMock,was.the.over- .
RelationshipThe* nextcircle meeting until September. The meal night guest-of'.Mr.; and Mrs-,Hugh

,meeting'wtyl.be: held in the home of was.served by,Mrs. .,. W.. H,..Kemp G. Miller in and.family'at Rock' ,0.
Mrs., : J.+L'Humphrey: );..Sin: July.* cateressj" ledge, last Friday. -r' THE SUPZR-JWIIJOF, THi)1EfSW'____ LHIGHWAYt 7# ,




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' rington and Janette Harrington. I VISITS IN KENTUCKYMrs. VISIT IN BRADENTON
Night At- Annual Awards At-
Club Project Award County Kyle Scott left Wednesdayto Lt. and Mrs. Sidney Stubbs left
,', (continued from 1) Blue Ribbon Award. I visit her mother. Mrs. Ander- Monday to visit his mother, Mrs.:
f : s' '(continued from;page 1) Hall, ,Eddie Upthegrove page, Allan Lillian ,Sims Clothing Glennie son Hackney in McAndrews, Ky. S. A. Stubbs Sr. in I:1rad nton.. Lt.
, They'vJlll take three-hour boat far Rich- Stubbs will leave, Sunday to return -
a Hitchcock, Bobby Tucker and Eld- Trett, Safety, Sandra Jackson, and I Mrs. Scott went as as
trip around'the: island ofManhattan. Kinsaul. :Gail Paige Food Nutrition, Peggy mond. Va. with Mrs. Sarah Thomas to his base at Opheim, Mon-
ridge .
They will Central i iPark I. who tana.. Mrs. Stubbs will remain in
: see Cheerleaders, Gloria Hall, Max-"II.Bitting, Dairy Animals, Clothingand and the group are currently
Columbia University, the of interest in the Florida to attend summer schoolin
ine Trett, Jo Ann Parker, Betty Food Nutrition Lodus Gray, touring points
.'. Cathedral, of" SL John, and have I Goodson Josephine Young, Shirley I Clothing Dairy Foods and Food East. Tallahassee.THEATRES.
luncheon at the top of the Empire 'Trett and Wanda Thomas. Nutrition. Nancy Harrington Food .

.', State Building, the world's tallest Safety/Patrol presented by Mr.I' Nutrition, Poultry, Clothing and I I4 4-+.f-! I llll- III t I M I I 8 I tit 1 I 1 1 1 I i I 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 I I 1 I I I .
to
building. The group plans return, White to Teddy McCall and Philip Entomology. Janette Harrington
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,. to'Stuart on Tuesday. Basford Public Speaking, Poultry, Junior
Those in the party are Leigh Girls 4-H Certificate of Awards,I Leadership, Freezing, Food Nutri-

Cross, Merry Ann Friend, Judy ,presented by Mrs. Gladys Harrington -: tion, Electricity, and Breadmak-
Todd, Sharon Hatton, Ruthelle for Mrs. Laura Burgard and i ing.Boys PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN
. Vandegrift, Myrna Upthegrove, John Causey.The 4-H Certificate of Award:
I Alice Johnson, Ethel Ida Johnson, following received one year James_Britt, Dale Erickson Ross Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road I
Audrey Mathis of Lake Harbor, pins: Virginia Haggins, Brenda Harrington, Kenny Hayes Ralph -
Elizabeth Gist, Jo Young, Canal Maxson,Lillian Sims, Gayle Story, Stacy Allen Webb, Mike McCall, .- -* 2 MG FEATURES. I
Point; Pam Boe Verlon Jones, Glennie Trett and Linda Monies. Wayne Stacy, Eldridge Kinsaul, SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDA
Marilyn Mock, Gale Reeves, Bren- McCall and .
. Two year pins; Sandra Jackson, Teddy Dicky Strayer SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY JUNE 17-18-19
Alderman Yvonne Thompson, Walter
da ,
Webb:
and ,Gail Three pins:
Paige.
year JUNE 17-18-19 v
., Hank Tucker, Chipper Branch, Peggy Bitting and Lodus Gray. 4 I ... "GOLD OF THE

pharles Blanton, Frank Tillis, Jr., year pins: Nancy Harrington and David Ramey spent the weekendin "POCKETFUL SEVEN SAINTS",
Mike Elliott, Jimmy Wilson, George Jo Young.. 8 year pin: Janette,'Har- Pahokee with his parents, Mr.
Magrill, Rammie Long, Joe rington. and Mrs. George '''Ramey before OF MIRACLES" CLINT WALKER AND

' I Irby Thompson, Mike Sanders, Certificate of Achievement, leaving for Grand Bahama Lsland, GLENN FORD, BETTE DAVIS; ROGER MOORE
Johnny Spencer Ricky Parker of Palm Beach County Girls 4-H where he will serve as assistant ALflO-
Joe Hat- I ARTHUR O'CONNELL &
Canal Point, Randy Laks '
Clubs completed 3 projects. Bren- operations, manager in the guided
III Cecilia and Pat HOPE LANGE Goliath & the Dragon .
ton Enfinger Lodus missile
da Maxson, Glennie Trett, range division of Pan
Weathers, both of Belle Glade; Gray, Peggy Bitting, Nancy Har- American World Airways. I_I 11111I1I 1I1I I M 1 I MMHI I t 111111111.. It III11111' f i
Pamela Brown and Frances Pop-
pell, both of Ft. Pierce; Lee Pankey I-
of Winnsboro, La. and Leonard
Wall Jr. of Miami.
Adults accompanying the young IJ
people are Mrs. J.'G. Thomas, whois 9
in charge of the trip; Mrs. Char- TEm'eTR LIVE-IT-UP WHEN YOU
lotte Walston Mrs. Wi1 y'Til is .
and,Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wall of 'c 4VEW

Miami. :7EtiIGKEYSAE SAVE-IT-UP I IN A


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helping her Mrs. Kyle Hatfield, \

Mrs. Ray Hawk, Jr., Mrs. Lee'I S
Shirley. The superintendent of the /J VACATIONSPECIAL
Primary 7 year Department is
Mrs. W. K. Aldridge,and the teachers .
are Mrs. M J. Sapp, Mrs. W. \
S. Benton, Mrs.: Annette McCurdy.The .
8 year Primary Departmenthas \ .
Mrs.: Bill Moss as superintendent !

and the other workers there'
are Mrs. Price Burdeshaw, Mrs.
F. H. Poteete, Jr., Mrs. Marion
Ogle, ':Miss Patsy Keene.

Mrs. David Unwin is superin-
tendent of the 9.and 10 year Jun:' VACATION TIME IS FUN TIME-SO DON'T WATCH YOUR TRIP MONEY GO FOR OlD-CAk' REPAIRS!!
ior Department. She has helping
her Mrs. Dale Norman., Mrs. Don GO !IN STYLE..SAVE EVERY MILE! I -
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Collier, Mrs. James Batchelorj Mrs. 0' ,
Frank Tillis, Mrs. Paul Watson. II

Mrs. Earl Gamble is 11 and 12
Junior superintendent. Her I lI
\year ,
other workers are Mrs: Ralph
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Crews, Mrs. Charles Angel,, Mrs. ',:' V 't.

Joe Thompson, Mrs. Wiley H.I t ::: ,
Mrs. R. D. Hardaway.-Mrs. W. :: i ,
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Kemp. The Intermediate superintendent 1- '.. = j
is Mrs. Guthrie Colvard y f. .' ; ; :' ,w- : .
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assisted by Mrs. E. C. Johnson. : v .

Mrs. Lois White is secretary for ., (2 CAW /SU StMUNU-Whrtew&ll tires and wheel. )covers optional, / exit cost ,
the school, Miss Rebecca Grimesis \
pianist, and Mr. Colvard is the ;? t. : '
school principal. R. C. Woofter is a I : CONVERTIBLES! WIDE-OPEN SAVINGS RIGHT NOW! l '

General Superintendent of Sunday

School at First Baptist.A f
feature of the Parent's'Night '
Program on June 20thwill be the

showing of pictures taken by Bill ,
Williams of the school in progress.
The public Is Invited to the Par- ,
ent's next WedriesdaytJune ... .
Night Program on ..
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20th at 700.: : ,
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I Short Course At- : .i Ti-: }: feo.CCOMUMC .

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Programs during the week will i "

reflect themo- "the 4-H girls'Citizens short Today course for FACTORY- AIR-CONDITIONED GALAXIES AT BIG SAVINGS! ". ,VANS!- SAVE EVEN MORE-RIGHT NOW!'

Tomorrow.'* .
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Speakers will include Mrs., Far- '. \
ris"Bryant, Tallahassee; Mrs. Beth I '

Johnson state representative from ic IMMEDIATE DELIVERY LOW LOW FORD PRICES!
Orange county; Dr. M. O. Watkins SAVE EXTRA NOW
Florida Extension ON ANY FORD IN OUR STOCK I I
Agricultural ,
\ Service director; Dr. Juanita Gibson -
assistant to the Florida Secretary it XJRA-HIGH'TRApE-IN ALLOWANCES ON THE FORD

of State; Dr. Gordon W. AND YOU DO NOT HAVE TO HAVE YOUR PRESENT CAR PAID FORK !

Blackwell University;president Dr. ,Laurence Florida E Chal State GENEROUS FINANCE' TERMS WE>LL EVEN GIVE YOU UP TO '. OF YOUR CHOICE

mers,. assistant dean of faculties $300 IN CASH IF YOUR ,
I DON'T PAY A CENT FOR 6 WEEKS. :
Florida State University and Dr. PRESENT,CAR HAS A HIGH: AT
Jack Rollow, associate dean College -I ENOUGH TRADE-IN VALUE! fD-AF.
of Arts and Sciences Florida j

State. University, ,
Club members will attend

,classes'each morning in subjects .
such as music, nutrition and fash- Pahokee Motor Company
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Ion. During the week club'f;Juniors

and seniors will be entertained at Phone 924-7126 Pahokee, FloridaJ .
& reception by the F. S. U. Colle-

giate 4-H Club. '
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