The Everglades news
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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: July 13, 1962
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Dike Improvement I Teenage Scouts Lions Show Profit I PB; Junior College Glades To HoldCelebration

Walk Across State Receives Abstract Gift'

To Be Studied At I, From Barbecue For

YANKEETOWN Eight tired I It was announced by Dr. HaroldC.

teenagers wadded into the Gulf of Manor, President of Palm

Jacksonville.MeetPlans Mexico recently and ended a hike The Pahokee Lions Club reported Beach Junior College, that the Guards ReturnA

that; stretched 152 miles of Flor a net profit of around $300 on Library has just received a collec-

ida's roughest territory.The the July 4 chicken barbecue. The tion- of Chemical Abstracts from
were made at the Pahokee
Council boys, all Boy Scouts or Explorer gross returns were over $700, but 1954 to the present, which has meeting at the Belle Glade
City meeting, Monday
for Duncan Scouts, made the hike to expenses totaled $400. The reportwas donated by Dr. Vladimir Tuma of Chamber of Commerce was held
night, Mayor Padgett,
the city councilmen and E. Elliott prove modern youth is as tough as given by James H. Wilkinson, Lake Worth. The collection is Monday night, July 8, for the purpose

Gross past generations. They. were led by Jr. general chairrman of the com- valued at well over $600, and will of planning the welcome cere-
city engineer, to meet July I
Ross Allen of Ross Allen's Reptile; mittee in monies for the Glades National
17, at Jacksonville with the U. S. charge, at the weekly serve as an excellent resource for
Army Engineers to' discuss im- Institute, and John Street of Silver -: luncheon meeting of the club Tues- the the Chemistry Department at Guard Unit, which will be returned

provements to the levee here. Springs. The group left Port day noon at the Woman's Club the College.Dr. from active duty around August1st.

Orange near Daytona Beach June Tuma attended .
building.Lt. the annualOpen
Since raising of the levee has already -
been the 18. Howell Gillett of the Florida House of the College which Representatives from South
approved by gov-
ernment and plans are being drawn Sen.. Randolph Hodges, directorof Highway Patrol was guest speaker. was held in May. He toured the Bay, Pahokee, Belle Glade and
the State Department of Con- His Clewiston attended the meetingand
for this project, the city is seeking topic was "The Florida Library and science facilities and
to save. the trees growing adjac- servation, presented certificates to Highway Patrol Auxiliary and after seeing the program which is established the date of August

ent to the levee, to provide better the group in recognition of their Civil Defense." He was introducedby available felt that the College llth as the day for the Homecoming --

picnic and recreation areas along feat. Trooper Jack Carter of the could make good. Ceremonies.

.- Auxiliary. The program was pre- Chairman, Bob Lee, appointed
the levee between Pahokee and Ca- -
sented by Glenn Brower, also a representatives at this meeting to
nal Point, pave the top of the
levee as a walk, widen the approach Glades.Leads State, ,sergeant in the Auxiliary, program 6158 Persons Get I handle the various phases of the
chairman for the of preparing
day. program. Responsibility -
to the levee and
Manning Keen gave a report I.I a Barbecue for all who will
the "toe ditch" for drainage.In In Cattle lesWINTER
other action, Monday night, oi the Lion's International Con- Welfare In County. I come has been assigned to Avery
l vention that he attended recentlyin Bass and Police Chief Charles
the council:
Nice France. Goodlett. I. L. Price will
Authorized payment of $14jOOO: HAVEN Accordingto arrange,
The Scott Thomas E. Penick, Chairman of Civic Clubs around the
president, Kyle pre-
from the Florida Power and Light information received by L. H.
sided during the business session. District 10 Welfare Board of the: lake, for people to anti-
serve an
franchise tax fund on the new $75- Lewis, Chief of Florida State
Guests Schoenfieldand State Department of Public Wel crowd of The
F. C. cipated 2,000.
addition. The were pro-
000 jail-police station Farmers' Markets, Winter Have,
Jack Carter both of Belle fare, reported that in Palm Beach: of public relations is hand-.
r. city so far has prepared $19,000 in Florida, the past week nine mark- gram
Glade County 6158 persons were assistedin led Riddle the
addition to the $10,000 due that ets reported the sale of 3,546 cattle by George Jaycees
aTid: GeorgeInan Rs hjev Pt&gr:; 11?...chair the four categories of public" assistance -Presidentand' Ed Jensen, Pahokee
: calves :
was paid oni.the: $75,000: six-year and 2,175-hogs- -pigs; 'of" lurE I
.' '*for next--week will ,for the month ; r Y. Bob *
bond issue.Accepted. 38 goats. Six Markets: reported present o un s$ Lee will coordinate f
a vacant lot from gross receipts of $228,373.84.The I. Henry O. Earwood- of Belle Glade 1962. the program to take place at
whose will be .the "County A total of 1,929 persons receivedOld the 11 where
Everglades Masonic Lodge on previous week fifteen mark-i topic Armory on August ,
South Lake Avenue between the ets reported the sale of 7,100 cattle I Grand Jury." Age Assistance in the amountof the program will be held.

Hunt real estate office and Dr. R. and calves, 2,279 hogs and pigs and I Aid 87,081. 105 persons received "We want to see a good turnout
to the Blind
totaling $6,282. '
C. Lane's office for a city parkinglot. 5 goats. Ten markets reported 954 families from all our Glades folks to let our
Cross-State Canal representing 3,036
City police will be instructed gross receipts: of $354,880.82. children, received Aid to Dependent boys know assuredly by our pres-
enforce two-hour parking there Individual Markets' Summaries ence, that we sincerely appreciatethe
after the lot is paved. follow: To Be Advertised 574.Children 341 in the amount of $60- personal sacrifice they have
persons received Aid to "
made. Lee said. He also stated
Authorized a contract with Gannett Belle Glade, Glades Livestock
the Disabled
in the
amount of
Fleming, Corddry and Carp- Auction Market, July 2; 897 cattle $19,110.In that VIPs of the Florida National
Beach for and calves. CLEWISTON-Rooters for the Guard Unit such as ours have played -
enter, Inc. of Daytona addition 423 children received -
$750 for a preliminary survey fora Gainesville Livestock Mkt., July Okeechobee Waterway herald the service the month 203 and important role during their -
during ,
2 643 calves 302 cross-state canal as "the recent call to active duty.
sewer system in the city. ; cattle and ; hogs Tuesday of whom were in foster homes. The
$5 week raise and to opening the whole interiorof Mark your calender and plan to
I Authorized a per pigs. key total state and local cost for these
for each of the city's five full-time Jay Livestock Auction Mkt., South Florida" for recreationand child welfare services was $12- attend one of the biggest celebra-
police officers. July 3; 61 cattle and calves; 343 industry. 686.66. tions that has ever been held in the

of $5 6 of six commun- Glades-August 11 in the Armory
Authorized payment per hogs and pigs; goats. Representatives There were 6 adoption petitions
8)Building Oak Suwannee Valley ities the which at Belle Glade.
(Continued on page Live along waterway studied for the Circuit Court. .
s.- Livestock Auction Mkt., July 4; 28 runs from Stuart on the east to -
These are children placed in homes
cattle, and calves; 487 hogs and Fort Myers on the west, met to -
independent of service through a Lake Levels Show
Figures to ad-
pigs.Monticello plan a dynamic campaign licensed child placing agency, and
Stock Yards, July 2; vertise the almost unknown
the Welfare Board is responsible
and calves 367 hogs and route through the bottom of the
Show Increase 85: cattle ; state. according to law to make these Gain In FloridaOCALALake

,' pigs.Ocala reports to the court.
'"IIi-: Mills Livestock Mkt., July The campaign,will include a cele- Palm Beach County is also rep-

',- The figures on building permits 5; 325 cattle and calves; 617 hogs Jbration commemorating openingof resented on the District Ten Wel- levels rose in all

; 7' issued in Pahokee during the first and pigs, 32 goats. the waterway 25 years ago. fare Board by the Reverend Paul parts of Florida last month but the
,: :1962 been Livestock Mkt., July Paul G. Franklin of Fort Myers, and
1 six months of have just Okeechobee Cassen, Mrs. Helen Tedder, Mrs. flow of North Florida rivers
Miss BatcheJor 694 cattle and calves. who was elected- to head the new
released by Patsy 3; Helen D. Woodward West Palm streams was below normal.

city clerk. Orlando, Mid-Florida LivestockMkt. Okeechobee Waterway Associa- Beach and Mrs. M. H. Bleech, Pa- Streamflow was about 80 percent
32 new .residences ., July 2; 283 cattle and,calves; tion, stressed the dual benefits of hokee. of normal in the northern half

for a total of .....-.. .$347,300.00 59 hogs and pigs. the waterway and'its potential for of the state. In the southern half
3 commercial build- Wauchula, Hardee Co. Livestock both industrial and recreationaluses. .. it was above normal in some cases

ings __....__...,....._... 66,000.00 Mkt., July 5; 530 cattle and calves. Church Of God Is but the main stems of the St. Johns
-- -Other officers elected Tuesday Rivers well
1 new church building 30,000.00 and Kissimmee were

4 apartment houses ... 58,000.00 Visits Brother At day night were C. H. (Chuck) Holding RevivalA below normal.
Kindred of Stuart and S. C. Fry The average flows of Shoal-

i $501,300:00.: Veterans HospitalW. of Clewiston, vice presidents: Don revival is being held at the River and SUwannee River were

This makes an interesting contrast '- Bottorff of'Fort Myers, secretary, Church of God of Prophecy on 84.5 and 18.3'per cent of normal,

with permits issued duringthe A. Reynolds of Pahokee who and Charles D. Goodlett of Belle East Main Street with services respectively. Silver Springs flowed

first half of 1956, seven years is a patient at Veterans Hospitalin Glade, treasurer. starting each evening at 7:45. 84 per cent of normal.

ago, when the total amounted to Coral Gables was visited for .. Guest speakers are Mrs. Chris- The flow of Kissimmee River averaged -

only $88,000.ATTEND ,several days, last week, by his $2 Million Produce tine Misskelly and Mrs. Betty 31.9 per cent of normal. Miami
!' sisters, Mrs. Myrtle Hamilton of Baker who are both also accomplished Canal flowed at 55 per cent of

CONVENTIONMrs. Wilmington, N. C. and Mrs. Margaret Bought In Glades musicians. normal. Although Tamiami Canal

J. H. Kinard, daughters, Lewis of Leland, N. C. Mrs. outlets showed no flow the first 12

Judy, Ha and Jean;' son, Larry, and Hamilton.and Mrs. Lewis returned Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc., announces REV. GUTHRIE COLVARD days of June, the rest of the month

Mrs. Marvin Levins and daughter, to- their homes on Tuesday after that a total of $2,005,923 'UNDEEoES SURGERY __ there was enough to make the

Shirley, attended the state con- also visiting their sister-in-law, worth of fresh Florida producewas average 22 per cent of normal.

venton of the Church of God of Mrs. W. A. Reynolds Pahokee. purchased in the Glades area Word has been received that Although the levels of 18 selected >

Prophecy at Ocoee, last week. I ., during the past growing season Rev. Guthrie Colvard, pastor of the lakes rose, all but two remained -

While there Mrs. Kinard was I Mrs. Gerald Hayes and little by its local field buying office at Pahokee First Baptist Church, who below normal. ...

again appointed pastor of the local I daughter, Debbie of West' Palm Pahokee. was vacationing: at Newbern N. C., .

Church of God of Prophecy. This Beach, visited her parents, Mr. and The company marketed the pro- became ill and had to undergo sur Mr. and'Mrs.. Gene McDowell

-.___ is the fifteenth year she has been I Mrs..Elmer:: Upthegrove' .and other duce through its 595 supermarkets gery. It is reported that he is recovering and family left. last weekend, to

sent to serve in Pahokee. relatives here, Saturday. throughout the South. .. satisfactorily. visit relatives in Bainbridge Ga.jj .

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Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without \

Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years HAVE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT NOW? WANT' TO BUY BUT LACK CASH 4

Established :March 11, .1924 Published Every Friday If you've located the home you want and you In a surprisingly short length of time, you C
1 have your down payment, you're ready to see too can have your down payment. Here's howus
Subscription, Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe about a low cost home loan. -open a savings account here right away. ,

This is the to because Save much .
place come we as as you can. regularly.
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn
specialize in loans to buy homes. We knowVe also add a big: dividend to your account ,
Canal Point, Florida,as Second Class Matter just what to do to see that your loan is quickly regularly so your savings will grow even :1 .

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher processed and how to arrange easiest terms. faster. Accounts may be opened by mail. :

J magnifying glass. EVERGLADES FEDERAL 'r

T1 i e 122zi i ont .1.
While on the subject of retailing, Savings And Loan Association

.r-T I've noted considerable concern expressed ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP.
by in various trade
journalsas : 40 S. W. AVENUE "B" BELLE GLADE PHONE WY6-2067
GbyleFk to whether the nation may be

getting "over-stored. More and :-:-

more big markets are being built
and the "discount house" methodof -- I II
> .rstaorder Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gamot and Dr. Dorothy Tucker has returned Mrs. J. D. Hooks had as house ,
retailing ,is the latest rapidly I
Mrs. Bill Gallick of Canal Point to Huntsville, Texas, after guests, last weekend, her nephew ;
growing development in the field.
are touring Europe for two spending two weeks with her parents and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Henry f
Changes that have been taking :More .and more big retail outfits,
months. Mr. and Mrs. Duke Tucker. Hooks of Eastman, Ga. i
place in recent years in methods of including national chains, are go- f
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retailing have increased greatlythe ing into the discount house busi- -

ness, and many discount house operations a
importance of proper labelingon ir
.. have been adding food
all manner of packaged goods
markets.At ,
now available to consumers.
I a recent wholesale grocers ,
There was a time when you went association meeting the statement >

shopping for groceries at a grocery was made that "small regional food Wherever

store. For meats you went to the chains will go out of business under you go. :

butcher. For drugs and cosmeticsyou i the pressure of the discount

went to a drugstore. At each+,. house because the latter has no -

place you asked for what you need to make money on food." J. :7 .

wanted and an experienced clerk sIt's --f....
filled order. He was prepared ,. .
your .l "
to at the
only good sense buy
to answer any question you may II ,
findit TQ
lowest price, whever you may -
have asked about the quality ingredients \
providing of course that you f
sizes, weights or what .
get the quality and quantity you )

,have you. expect. For the average consumer '
Not more. Service like that .
any the discount house may offeran
is, the exception today. The retail even better bargain than the
field has been adopting self-ser- a sa k ;
big supermarket, which is all tot
vice widely that the shopper is
so 1 t the good for the housewife. But 1 1JJ'
more and more on his own. And! 1
: t you can readily see that every retailer .
why the label on goods you '
ithat's I in the country has to be on
.buy-foods, or course, and many,
his toes to make sure HE doesn'tmiss
other items-is more important I
many the boat in the competitive ,
than before. l
now ever
situation which is getting fiercer .
Incidentally while progressive
and fiercer in the retail field as .
retailers are automating their operations

as much as possible, it is time goes on.
I commented here recently on .r i
the increase in self-service which ,
the increasing popularity of horse
has enabled them to hold employ- ;. ;
riding for pleasure.
ment to a minimum. Just imaginethe 4,..
Down in Miami a teenage groupof
number of clerks a modern
24 members known as the Sleepy
supermarket would have to employto
Hollow Riders recently held a two-
give you the individual attention -
day horse show that must have
you used to get'at your neigh-
been a very successful event. From -
borhood store.In a tZ'fl'c Y.
the they presented a
often '' )
fact these days you'll aJ-
check for $100 to the Medical rt w a jt
see a distributor's or. wholessler'arepresentative !
school of the University of Miami
stocking his products
to advance the, research work
displayed because there,just: I
there on diseases of horses whichis
isn't enough'help in the storesoaie'days ; !
being sponsored by the Florida
all of
to handle 'adequately
Committee on Equine Health. 'Y1Hf KYh
the incoming'merchandlse..,
My hat's off to the Sleepy Hol- I

'. low Riders and I'm sure every lover -

As George P. Larrick commas= of horses in the state is proud :

:sioner of'the Federal Food and of the public-spirited attitude displayed J I I If

Drug Administration points out, by this .teenage group.
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packaged items are designed to:act

as salesmen in today's s elf"servace Gasparilla Ship
should I I II
supermarkets, and "they
To Welcome Tourists
play fair with the consumer "by
telling, her certain things about .

their contents." TAMPA-The good ship Jose ;j :';" : '." ".*A '. .. .:' .
Because our ,Department Df Ag Gasparilla, manned by three love- : .

ricultur 'a inspections cover, practically ly jackbooted buccaneeresses has

,the entire range of edible put out the welcome plank to 'va-
in touch
products available for the dinner cationers. ,keep by Long Distance

tables of Florida we are closely Open annually as a special eventof

concerned with labeling and the the Tri-City Suncoast Fiesta,

kinds of packages you.'buy.: the world's only full-rigged pirate ,

In today's big markets 'a'retail ship which "invades" Tampa each Pickup the phone and call back home. r

manager will tell you, a 'productvirtually year during Gasparilla Festival .,.. ; ; Nothing's so easy and nothing's so nice /:; for saying) .
has to sell itself. But, ac Week expects more than 30,000

cording to Larrick. the selling function people from 50 states and foreign ;"I miss you and wish you were here."

,of the package has been emphasized countries to trod its decks.
Next time you're away, why don't cad back horned
to such extent as to obscure The ship will remain open to you

its function as a 'source of visitors until August 5. ; \ ;
information .-- .- !
public information. Such {- z'

: as the net weight of, contents. Mrs. W. E. Erickson of Canal ';

or the ingredients of the product: Point has returned. home after'a i U'h..rni\- e

?tpo frequently r- r is relegated- "to the I I trip with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest ;$ ;.f;

far corners and the fine'print so Graham and family of Hadden-- :, ,:

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couple and the wedding date were I Baptist Circle Holds ty Mills Circle of they, Baptist

f'f given as favors. A trailing arrange- WMU, held Tuesday night at the
ment of white carnations and bowsof July MeetingThe .
' home of Mrs.V. K. Aldridge.A
white 'satin ribbon, entwined
nominating committee was
with fern was used in decoratingthe u1y'meeting of the Faye
appointed to recommend a slate of
.. table. Among those attending, Taylor Circle of the Pahokee Baptist This
officers for the coming
in addition to the honorees were
I Woman's Missionary Union committee will report at the circle
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Lampi, Mr. and
held at the in September. 1
was Tuesday meeting
Mrs. S. M., Pitts, Sr., Mr. and Mrs.1
home of Mrs. Lois White, with The circle chairman Mrs. W. K.
Chandler McIlwain, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Hickman Mr. and Mrs.j I circle chairman, Mrs. Ray Hawk, Aldridge, presided during the business
Jr., The first of a session.
presiding part
Ronald Marlowe, Mrs. H. M., McIntosh -: .
Mrs. Donna Mae Shields, three-part study on Communismwas
Mrs. White. It RETURN IIO3IE
given by was
and the Misses Wynette Sheffield
I announced that the second and Lt. Commander E. E. Stanley
Cyndy Friend, Shirley Kincaid, ..
third studies will be presented at reutrncd to his home in New
Shirley Culberson, Nancy Mur
of the August and September mJ:t- Iberia, La.. Sunday after joininghis
dock, Donna Shields, ScottieShields
wife and children who are visiting -
Karen Murdock, Diana ings.Mrs.
n Don Collier, program chairman their parents, Mr. and :Mrs.
Wood and Kathy :Murdock.:
presented the study on Communism G. T. Echols of Canal Point and
Following their wedding trip,
at the meeting of the Bet- Mrs. Dorothy Stanley of Pahokee. 'I
Mr. and Mrs. Pitts are now at
; home on N. W. Ave. B in Belle

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p 'Bridal Shower For I WANTED !

Miss Susan JohnsonA

bridal shower in complimentto

Miss Susan Johnson, whose
marriage to Thomas J. Morrison, ,

Jr. of Pensacola will take place, SUGAR CANE AND OR
July 28, will be held at the home
of Mrs. Frank Friend on Friday,
July 20, between 8 and 10 p. m. VEGETABLESGOOD
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y; Hostesses with Mrs. Friend will be

; ;: 'Mrs. Allan Fowler, Mrs. W. 0.. WAGES STEADY WORK
rr Moss, Mrs. J. T. Platt Mrs. L. L. ,

Shirley, Mrs. J. G. Thomas, Jr., INQUIRE NOW !
Y Y Y < i Mrs. Robert C. Woofter and Mrs.D. .

W. Cunningham.

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MOVED TO COCOA i : Florida State Employment Service

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Gillis will, i.
move this weekend to Cocoa where I
41 Southeast Avenue D 1-
he has been employed for several
weeks. Mrs. Gillis will begin her .

duties in the admitting office of I Belle Glade, Florida I IY i
the new Cape Canaveral Hospital '
on .,
Monday. I>S v' "
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Miss Mary Harriet (Jill) McIlwain 1


Honored At Parties-Preceding- Wedding I Farmers Production Credit Association 3S

Among the parties given for' were host and hostess at a buffet

Miss Alary Harriet. (Jill 1\Icii. supper on Friday evening; June 29, i Miami, Belle Glade and Vero Beach, Florida |

vain proceeding her marriage to at their home in compliment to the '| At,the close of business June 30, 1962 ? I

Sheppard M. Pitts, Jr., at the Pa- couple. They were, assisted by Mrs. I
hokee First Methodist Church on II.: M. McIntosh and Miss Julia ASSETS

., 1, Mathis. The refreshments table I
Sunday July was a lingerie
| Loans and Interest.__...... .. .. 7139259.71
shower at the ,home of Miss Shirley I was laid with a white cloth of em- ----- -- -------

Kincaid on East Main Street. broidered linen and centered witha | Less: Reserve ______...____;._________...._______ 198,456.08 $6,940,803.63
Miss Culberson :, of sweet-,
Shirley wa co- dainty arrangement
hostess at the shower which was heart roses and baby's breath. Pink | Land and Buildings _...__........._............ 50,979.13

held on Sunday, June 10, The hon tapers inv silver candelabra Equipment _..__.............._................__.... 11,094.19 _
oree received many lovely gifts lighted the scene. Guests high'I'I
and was presented a corsage of and Mrs. E. F. :Mcllwain. Cash in Banks ____...................___............ ._,. 72,673.94

sweetheart roses and a three-pieco :Mrs. S. M. Pitts, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Stock: Federal Intermediate Credit Bank .: :; .' 100,255.00
lingerie set by the hostesses. Acolor I Allan Fowler, Mr. and Mrs. R. .
motiff of pink and white was Lampi Mr. and Mrs. Chandler \{0.1 I M Automobiles ....._..........____..__......___....... ":;; 4,285.88-

used in the decorations. Refreshments Ilwain, Mr. and Mrs.Charles Hick-' I Soil and Water Loans, F. H. A. .......... ,<'. 18,051.11U.
of punch petit fours and man Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Mar- ';'
sherbert were served from a table lowe, Miss Shirley Kincaid, Miss 1 S. Government Bonds _........_......... "- '-'','$'''' ,,. 757,395.54

covered with a lace cloth and cent- Myra Jones, Miss Shirley Culberson Other Assets .._._.._...______._______.._..________ "'' ", 54,733.92
ered with 'an arrangement of Miss Cyndy Friend, Miss Wy-
sweetheart roses. Guests were nette Sheffield Miss Merta Ba- $8,010,272.34

classmates and close friends of'the I tista, Ed Wagnon, Johnny Smith,
honoree., I Rupert Mock, Jr., Lewis Collins a LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ,

On Tuesday, June 19, the homeof i and Kenny McIntosh. Notes Payable. : Federal Intermediate Credit Bank... $6,128,008.51 |
Mrs. HugQ Boe, 2076 East Main Mrs. H. M.McIntosh entertainedat I
: Miscellaneous :Accounts Payable" __:._. .: .. ... 52,534.57
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St., the of her home Bacom Point Road ;
was scene a calling : on '. ,. "v..
shower for the. "Jbride.! Arrange! Saturday:; June'30; with the bridesmaid j H .Capital: Stock. .*.-.: ; &: + '....Zd.:.:..-';:$l,'.193,490.00. 1
ments of pink carnations white luncheon...Pastel of i ..,::..-t""' ." ; \''\'
.. shades -Surpl '. ... ....L2:;;: .;| : ;..., :% 636,239.26 ..... :1829.729.26 *
gladioli and sweetheart
used throughout the area of enter- decorating. A salad plate course m r''f". ::. :" :. .C''y' ;; > .'..-".;$8" ,'010272.34'" JB
tainment. Appointments were of was served on tables centered with "
crystal. The guest of honor',received white candles in pastel holders. A CREDIT COOPERATIVE COMPLETELY OWNED AND f

an electric toaster ,from the Each place was marked with a 1 OPERATED BY,FARMER AND RANCHER MEMBERS |
hostesses and a white orchid corsage minature corsage composed of a
from Mrs. H. M McIntosh. wedding ring:, wedding bells and i Counties Served: Broward, Collier, Dade, Indian River, Martin, Monroe, \

Hostesses with Mrs. Boe' were Mrs. lilies of the valley. The hostess pre- | Okeechobee, Palm Beach and St. Lucie
H. S. Barnes Mrs. A. E,. Culberson sented the honoree with a piece of
Mrs W. G. Hull, Mrs. Rupert Mock silver to match her pattern, "Stras- OFFICERS |
Mrs. G. F. Kincaid. Mrs. W. S. burg" by Gorham. Guests were
G. E. Butler H. Wedgworth Chas. B. Long Jr. %
., George ,
Plumer Mrs. _Seth Roberts, Mrs.J. Mrs. E. F. Mdlwain. Mrs. S. M. "
D. Rogers Mrs. Billie Sheffield,|Pitts, Sr., Miss Julia Mathis. Mrs. g President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer |

.Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Sr., Mrs. Elmer Donna Mae Shields, Mrs. Ruth Mc- 1 ]" DIRECTORS |
Upthegrove and Mrs. John Zim- Ilwain, and the Misses Shirley Cul- Butler
merman. berson. Wynette Sheffield, Cyndy G. E. Jr. George H. Wedgworth Walter Peterson

A Coke party was given by Mrs. Friend Shirley Kincaid, Myra I ,| Harry B. Matthews C. R. Sexton
Lewis Friend for the honoree on Jones Nancy Murdock Donna
Tuesday June 26 at her home onEast Shields, Scottie Shields Karen REPRESENTATIVESGilbert
Main St. Hostesses with :Mrs. Murdock, Diana Wood and Kathy
Friend were Mrs. L L. Shirley, Murdock.Mr. L. Lanham Billy W. Ingram Chas. B. Long, Jr. ra,

:Mrs. J. T. Platt Mrs. D. W. Cun-I and Mrs. E. F. McIlwain en- Belle Glade, Florida Miami, Florida Miami Florida I

ningham,"Miss Cyndy Friend :Miss tertained at dinner, Saturday Ruth Prange Muriel Perry Janice Akerson Gladys BullingerMiami ,I

'Wynette Sheffield and. Miss Judy night June 30, at the Grassy Waters Florida Vero Beach Fla. :Miami, Florida Miami Florida i

Platt. Featured was a "picturetree" Restaurant 'following the rehearsal Yvonne Simpson Alice Wilkerson ;:
', laden with photos of Miss for their daughter's wed Vero Beach, Fla. .
Belle Glade, Fla. jjj jjjuaii ;
-McHwain taken from babyhood to ding. Minature brides were used as .

-r the present timev; ; .: I place cards and match-books printed -, __ '"";1'1'i '
::-Mr. and Mrs. Minter Collins with the name of the--'bridal' HW.Jim.JIM.JUlIU\HUH HUK.an

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' July,13, 1962 The Everglade News, Canal Point; Florida f.g s 11_

Mrs. J. H. Wilson is the new I Mr. and Mrs. Karl N. Mindlin-, .

house chairman for the Pahokee I left last week and are touring I' '

( [PERSONAL :NEWS: :NOTES: J Woman's Club. Anyone wishing to Europe for three weeks. THRILLS- GALORE \

t' rent or use the clubhouse should Roger Simonson left last Thurs I FOR YOUNGSTERS \

contact her by calling 924-3981. day to visit relatives in Girard and I
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Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Lanham visit- Fannersville, Dl. up to SO years! t
Mrs. Inez Williams and daughter -I Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Parker left :
ed their son, Gilbert L (Skippy) Louis F. Mims flew to Belize,
Linda, of Trion Ga.t visit- !
are today (Friday) for a vacation to
Lanham, Jr., in Monte Verde, recently Britirh Honduras last weekend on
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. I. be spent in Philadelphia, Penn.Mr. A Half-Scale
where he is attending the business.
Maloy, this week. hand Mrs. F. C. Stuckey and I I
( summer session at Monte Verde Horace Scruggs will enroll for 1910
Miss Paula Duke and Miss Gloria children of Dudley, Ga., were the
II School. They were accompanied by the second summer session at Palm I
King left Wednesday for Strouds- weekend guests of their aunt, Mrs.C. I
their daughter Miss Sammie Lee Beach Junior College on Monday. MODEL T
burg, Pa., where they are visiting B. Jones, of Canal Point. I I
Lantam of Miami, who was their Gerald McCrae of Tallahassee,
Paula's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Nola Smith entered St.
weekend guest. with General Replica
I Electric visited
Mrs. W. H. O'dom. Marys Hospital in West Palm
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Unwin spent friends and relatives in Canal
Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Scott are Beach Monday for treatment and 3 HP
last weekend with her son and Point, Friday night.
leaving today to visit their .son, tests. I IngineRUNS
daughter-in-law, Trooperand Mrs. Mrs. R. S. Douthit, Jr., left Tues- :
Kyle, Jr., who is stationed at Fort George Kingsley of Canal Point
Charles, Humphries and family in day to visit her parents Mr. and
l Carson, Colo. Before returning returned to his **ome Saturday I
1 Stuart. Mrs. O. P. Griffin in Ochlochnee
home, they plan to attend the after several wee'.s vacation spent
David Simonson has returned to
World Fair at Seattle, Wash. visiting in Louisville, Ky., and New Ga.Mrs. 1
his studies at Florida Southern F. G. Gillis and Mrs. Ross
I Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hatton and York.
College Lakeland, after visiting Spear returned Monday from a
children will return tomorrow Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Boe, Pam
his parents Mr. and Mrs. R. B. visit with relatives in Baker.
1 from a vacation spent in the moun- Skeets and Mike Maxson were ,
I Simonson.Mr. Mrs. Ida Larrimore had as
tains of North Carolina and Virginia weekend visitors in Sarasota.Mr. .
and Mrs. Harold Nicholsonof r
guests, last weekend her sister,
and Mrs.
James Gibson and
Brooklyn, N. :Y. visited Mr. and Mrs. Bell Ward of Jacksonvilleand
I Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Watkins and Jamie left Wednesday for several
Mrs. W. E. Erickson in Canal Point her nephew and niece Mr. and AND HANDLES
daughter Nancy, returned Tues- visit with
Mr. and
days Mrs. Major -
j for several days, this week. Mrs. Carl Ward of Orlando. Mr. LIKE A REAL CAR
day from a vacation trip to North Gibson in Thomasville, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Moore of
and Mrs. Carl Ward returned home
and South Carolina and Georgia.On Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Harrington This half-scale replica of the
San Marie, Calif., left Monday, but Mrs. Bell Ward remained fora like
famous 1910 Model T runs
Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Wat-
Janette and
Nancy Ross are
va-I I after spending a week with her longer visit. one handles like one ,. .
kins and family will leave to spend cationing for two weeks at
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Tucker Mrs. J. R. York visited Mrs. even sounds like one. Designedto
1 a week at Palm Beach Shores. Donald's Cottages in Riviera
at Bryant. Oleen Strayhorn, Mrs. Opal carry two youngsters in com-
Miss Lula Barfield had herr Beach. fort it has
as Dale Erickson, son of Mr. and Thompson and Miss Ruth Dorseyin ample strengthto
weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Nobie Moore has returnedto haul 2 adults. Has steel frame
Mrs. Floyd Erickson of Canal West Palm Beach for several
I Clarence Palmer and Mrs. Margaret her home in Memphis, Tenn., Point, has returned after spending I Ia days recently. Fiber glass body;Forward Mechanical, neu-
tral and reverse.
Ainslie all of Kelso Wash. On after a visit with Mr. and Mrs.
week at Camp Kulaqua near I[ Mrs. G. F. Kincaid, Jr., and brakes. Normal :speeds up to 10

Tuesday, her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Maxson of Canal Point. High Springs. Next week, Mrs.|I children were accompanied to Sanford mph. But can be set faster or

L. H. Coward of Orlando spent the Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas and Erickson will attend Camp Kul-|j recently, by Mrs. G. F. Kin- slower. Not designed for high-

day with her. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Myers of .Miami aqua and serve as a member of the 1 caid, Sr., who returned after way use but more fun. than a

Mrs. Steve Erler and son, Mike, spent the weekend at Clearwater staff. the there. barrel of monkeys for the
spending day
have returned to their West Palm and Ft. Myers Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Garrett and I Joe, Diana and Susan Graham I II I this whole half-scale family. "Tin Come Lizzy"in and...You'll see

Beach home after a week's visit Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxson of children Michael and Matty Lynn, of Pahokee at
formerly now living buy it. Made only by McDonough
with Mrs. Edna Barrett of Canal Canal Point are vacationing this of Atlanta visited her Mr. .
parents, Homestead visited relatives and Power Equipment, Inc., }{c-
Point. week at Ft. Lauderdale Beach. and Mrs. A. H. Scruggs last week- 'friends here, last week. Donough Ga.CASH.

Mrs. W. S. Cross Mrs. J. D. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Scruggs and Mrs. Duke Tucker of Canal Point

Latham, Mrs. Paul Rardin, Mrs. R. son, Horace, were guests on the I end.Mr.. ,and Mrs. Tommy Miller and and Mrs. Maxine Joyce of Pahokee PRICE I

J. Maxson and Mrs. F. F. Burr at- Fourth of Mr. and Mrs: Donald children, after returning from a spent the weekend with Mrs. Joy- $359.50FRANK

tended the executive board meet- Harrington and family at a barbe- vacation in North Carolina spent I ce's son-in-law and daughter, Mr.

ing of Palm Lake Baptist Association cue at Stuart Beach. last weekend at Key West. and Mrs. W. H. Rogers in Ft. BELK

Thursday at Jupiter.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Scruggs, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Herring attended Myers.IN .

and Mrs. W. D. Howard and of Runyon are vacationing, this' the funeral of a relative in I Phone 924-7311

l son, Billy, left Monday to vacation week in north Florida.Mr. Alabama last week. APPRECIATION I 3597 Airport Road Pahokee, Fla.

for two weeks on Sanibel Island. and Mrs. Ellis Wilkinsonand Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kinsaul and I wish to express my sincere appreciation -I

They are visiting her mother, Mrs. children left Saturday to spend children of Canal Point are visitingher for the many kindnesses I ; I

Bertha Starling. two weeks in Naples. parents in Panama City. II shown my family and me while I

was hospitalized including cards, Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Weeks and i

I flowers visitations and others too their daughter, Mrs. E. L. Hamilj j I'

I numerous to mention but especially ton and children of Lake Worth, '

J IJ -. -- ... for the prayers offered in my have returned from a three-week !,

behalf. vacation spent in the mountains

Melba Cruthirds I near Gatlinburg", Tenn. '. .

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Personal ItemsMr.
of Pascagoula, Miss., are visit-
ing her mother Mrs.. Violet Hitch-

\\1. News Of The Churches -I. and Mrs. Charles O. Peter- cock, this week.
son of Tampa and their son. Bud- Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Blount and,
family of Lake City and Miss San-
dy, and daughter, Linda, spent last
dra Clark. (Miami visited Mr. and
.. week with Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Mrs. Jimmy Moore and, Henry.
First Methodist The Church Of God Canal Point First and Mrs. Arnold Hughesand family Mr. and left. Mrs.Saturday W. C.to Parker be with and his

., Church, PahokeeRev. Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Baptist ChurchElder children spending returned several days Thursdayafter camp- father in Baldwin who is a patientin I
a Jacksonville hospital. He un-
Point Road
ing out near Key West.
T. C. O'Steen R. E. Barfield Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rogers at- derwent surgery Monday.

SUNDAY: John H. Kinard, pastor SUNDAY: ,tended the wedding of her niece Miss Elinor Brackin of Pahokee ,
9:45 m.-QlUrch School 10:00 was the weekend guest of her par
a. m.-Sunday School
a. 10:00 a. .-Sunday School Miss Virginia Harper and RobertC.
11:00 a. m.-Morning_ : Worship 11:00 a. .-Preaching Service 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship Eschenbacher at Wagg Memorial ents, Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Brackinof

6:45 p. .-MYF 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. Methodist Church in West Palm Eagle Lake.
7:45 m.-Evening Worship 8:00 m. TuesdaY-V.L.B. Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Walker and
p. p. 8:00,p. -Evening Worship Beach, Saturday night.
TUESDAY: 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. WEDNESDAY: little daughter of Orlando are
7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac- Everyone welcome. Special music 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hurt left last guests this week of his parents
ticeWEDNESDAY and singing. Service weekend to visit their soninlawand Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker in

: 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pahokee, and her parents, Mr. and

7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions Church Of God 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary Moody and family in Oakhill S. C. Mrs. Ralph Kirk in Belle Glade.
8SO p. m.-Senior Choir prac- Meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reeves and Officer Graham A. Parham of
tico Barfield HighwayPahokee little daughter, Tamara, returned the Pahokee Police Department,
.. ---s -- Wednesday from a visit to her and Mrs. Parham and their children 1.

Fla.J. RETURN HOME grandmother, Mrs. Alice Boswell, are spending their vacation
Canal Point W. Hughes, Minister Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Crews and in Luverne, Ala. with his parents in Henderson, N.

Baptist ChurchRev. Phone 924-3738 family returned Tuesday from a Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harris of Pa- C.

SUNDAY: sight-seeing tour Washington, hokee were the guests of their par- Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Duke and

Charles D. Stewart, Pastor 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School D. C. Enroute home, they came ents, Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Brackinof family spent last week on the
SUNDAY: 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship through the scenic mountains of Eagle Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Keys at Islamorado where they

9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 7:30 p. m.-Evangelistic Ser- 'western Ncrth Carolina and spent I. C. Harris of Dundee, during the caught sixteen sharg, some barracudas

11:00 a. m.-Morning 'Worship viceTUESDAY some time at Asheville. I I past weekend. and other varieties of fish

6:30, p. m.-:Training Union :
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WEDNESDAY: THURSDAY: jy hr7 y\WKrAWA! !ft TfriiT

7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting 7:30 p. .-Youth for Christ

The Pahokee ChurchOf
Science l fPhone
The Nazarene
.Group Of Canal Point

511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade
Rev. Max D. Jones, Pastor Freedom from enslavement of
433 Bacom Point Rd.
kind is available through 1
Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 SALES and SERVICE
SUNDAY SERVICES: spiritual understanding of the

9:45 a. m.-Sunday School mighty power of God. This is the I Heating Air Conditioning: Appliances

11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship encouraging theme of the Lesson- _
6:30 p. m.-Juniors Sermon entitled "God" which will
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7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening be presented at Christian Science

Evangelistic Service churches Sunday. ,
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WEDNESDAY: Bible readings will include this x -:: ::
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7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer verse (Revelation 11)) : "We give r:

meeting thee thanks, 0 Lord God Almighty,

"Where you are a stranger but which art, 'and wast, and art to s!:. it'S tune I II
once. come; because thou hast taken to ?

thee thy great power, and hast : to change i I FdJ1

St. Peter's Lutheran reigned."
From "Science and Health with } thlS

Church, Belle. Glade Key to the Scriptures" by Mary
Baker Eddy this selection will also

August Koerber, Pastor be read (p. 228): "The enslave- IrIi'k4 kZ
'601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade ment of man is not legitimate. It awry>: ;
SUNDAY: wlil cease when man enters into +
Divine Services 11 A. :M.: his heritage of freedom, his God- : #

School 9:45 A., M. given dominion over the material
senses. Mortals will some day as-
sert their freedom in the name of
St. Mary's Catholic :
Almighty God." CY t w.-v..0 d7DwN..4 '.WY.ylAylM y pM,. NL

Church _

WMU Circles Hold _. .. :
ather_ Francis Fennech, Pastor iJ .
Mass 11:30 Regular MeetingsThe t I
Sunday a. m. : ',.
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... July meeting of the Lottie ....' :
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Moon Circle of the Woman's Mis- .t
The llethodist.Church :
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sionary Union of the Pahokee First : aI-S'i is
Canal Point, FloridaRobert Baptist Church was held at the t..:": s ,

home of Mrs. W. A. Keen on East :.. I III
A. Shelley, Pastor Main Street, Tuesday afternoon, I Ithere's
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SUNDAY: with Mrs. Carrie Unwin as co- : =: : ;
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10:00 a. m.-church School hostess.

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship, "Communism" was the theme of
6:30 p. m.-"Youth Fellowship the program presented by Mrs. F.

7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship G. Gillis, Mrs. W. A. Keen, Mrs. J.
MONDAY. : C. Mock, Mrs. Paul Watson and so much NEW in a modern 2-in-i

3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir.practice'. Mrs- : Joe Thompson.Mrs. : .
TUESDAY: Marvin Crady, circle chairman 0
"* 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society1st presided over the business REFRIGERATORFREEZERMORE

Tuesday session. :
2nd MONDAY: Members of the Grace Jernigan : ,,
7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting Circle met Tuesday evening at the I :: : /" '.\

WEDNESDAY home of Mrs. J. L. Humphrey, Sr.,i ) FOOD SPACE ......'. F" ZERO-COLD TEMPERATURE
7:30.p. m.-Prayer.:Meeting on First Street with the chairman, ."., f ...less floor .: ., 7"Freezer
.. section keeps
Mrs. H. C. Graham, presiding.Mrs. <
\New modelsarebig er .. :}foods tasty'fresh for
Robert R. Henderson
First Baptist presented B inside,smaller outside. months. Cook ahead; have on hand. ,
the, program on "Commu- Doors have generous storage space. Left-overs are never wasted. Loads of '
Church, PahokeeGuthrie nism" assisted by Mrs. W II e y You can save money by stocking up room for ice cubes,too.ADJUSTABLE.
Tillis, Mrs. J. L. Humphrey, Sr., on "specials." Save time shopping.

W. Colvard, Minister Mrs. E. B. Gamble and Mrs. Mary "
Sunday School-9:45 a.,m. Hammond.The -
Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. Circle meeting in August :H' NO DEFROSTING! iii SHELVES
Union 6:45 will be with Mrs. R. R. Henderson.i
Training p. m.
A New models
are frost- I Shelves that slide out ; a
Evening Worship-8:00 p. m. Mrs. E. 'S. Parnell. was a visitor. "" .' free or self'defrosting. [swing out or can be

Wednesday Prayer Service. No scraping, chipping,-or mopping. raised and lowered.Everything is visi-
7:30 p. m. CALLED TO GLENNWOODRev. Frees you forever from a messy chore. ble and at your fingertips.
A warm welcome to all. and Mrs. C. D. Stewart

m were called to Glenwood, Ga., to BUY NOW! Featured values and easy terms (on separate home freezers, too) .

Holy Nativity hold the funeral service of Mr. at your electric appliance dealer t.t t
Blair, a resident of Canal Point, 1M
Episcopal Church who died Saturday in Millen, Ga.

Pahokee The service. was.. ,held Wednesday. 'l' kharit An Baric .,,_....
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.Rev. L. Lossing. Vicar Mr. and Mrs., H. G. Rodgers of /...,rs CIt Af'Uf. root MEDAI.UOH ho** lor tnrOI'tf*
.SUNDAY: Bryant left Saturday for two '

10.a. m.--Sunday.School weeks, ton. with relatives in. ... FLORIDA, .. POWER. & LIGHT I COMPANYyour
11:00 a. m.-Worship Service Alabama and other states. HCIMNO llllD .OItIDA

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Page Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida FrIday July 13, 1962AIRMAN

I Mrs. Goodwin Speaks CP Baptist Circle CARD OF THANKSI -Methodist WSCS ,
"' wish to sincere
express my
At Rotary Meeting: Has Regular Meeting; thanks and appreciation to my Held July Meeting

b I friends for their thoughtfulness, 1
Mrs. Barbara Goodwin, execu-! The lone Patterson Circle of the flowers, cards, letters, visits and The July meeting of the Ger-
tive secretary of the American! Canal Point Baptist Church met,, prayers, during my recent illness.I trude Shirley Circle of the Paho-
"' Cancer Society of Palm Beach|for their regular monthly meeting I could never have gotten well so kee Methodist Woman's Society of I'
w:' t County, was guest speaker at the I Monday afternoon at the church I I quickly if it hadn't been for your Christian Service will be held at
yst luncheon meeting of the Pahokee with Mrs. J. D. Latham as hostess. love and concern. the home of Mrs. Leon Spooner

Rotary Club, last Thursday. Intro-i. The meeting was opened with a Sincerely, Monday night, July 16, at 8 p. m.
duced by F. S. Parrish, local chair- prayer by Mrs. J. E. Williams. The Edythe Smith. Mrs. Jack Spencer, circle chairman ;
man for the Cancer Crusade, she business was presided over by the 1 will preside and Mrs. Hugo
presented a film, "The Life Story" chairman, Mrs. J. L. McCall. Re- Mr. and Mrs, Harry Stewart of I I Boe will present the program. ,
which emphasized the need of an- ports of various committees were Ft. Pierce spent the Fourth herewith An invitation is extended to

nual checkups. Following the iieard and the announcement was her brother-in-law and sister, I members of the other circles of the I
of the film Dr. R. Lester made Executive Boardof
showing about the Mr. and Mrs. Bill Unwin. I WSCS to attend.
Hatton, director of the County the Palm Lake Association _

'1".LS': : ?: !J.Zi Unit of ACS, held a question and meeting to be held in Jupiter, July H-. +. . I I I .
answer session. 12.
.wwwwwwwPHS Guests were Fritz Stein, Jr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux had chargeof t1fTHEATRES
Lee Cranford of Belle Glade; Ben the program. The topic was "The

Graduate Now In Miller, Riviera Beach; CarlO. Beginnings of Communism". Those.
GrassI, "Buddy" Lampi and F. S. taking part were, Mrs. M. F. PRINCE LAKE DRIVEINPahokee
Uncle Sam's Air Force
Parrish.Dr. George, Mrs. F'rank O'Connell,
E. C. Johnson, president, Mrs. J. D. Latham and Mrs; Paul Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
LACKLAND AFB, Tex.Airman presided during the business ses- Rardin. -
Basic Wilburn C. Russom, sion. The hostess served delicious refreshments - 2 DlGFEATURESSUNDAY -
son of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis O. Rus to nine members.
som of 491 E. Third St., Pahokee, -
Fla., is being reassigned to the JULY 15-16-17
J. L.Reeves and her daugh- JULY 15-16-17
United States Air
Force technical ter-in-law, Mrs. Albert Graves and Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Messer of THE
training course for aircraft main- children who have been visiting Tallahassee returned to their home "The 4 Horsemen Of
tenance specialists at Amarillo'
here for several weeks, will spend last Thursday after visiting over
AFB, Tex.Airman. this weekend in Tampa. On Sunday the Fourth with her brother and Apocalypse" JOIIN WAYNE AND
Russom, who has com- Mrs. Reeves will take Mrs.I sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack IXA BALJN
pleted his basic military training,
Graves and the children to Dun- Spencer. I --AJ.S DCHARLES
here, was selected for the advanced BOYER AND
nellon where she will meet her par-,
course on the basis of his interests j LEE j. COBB "Lone Texan"K'frfrfr'M"M.
ents and accompany them home to I
and aptitudes.The .
airman is a 1961 graduate of:I I I Augusta Ga. I BIG DIVIDENDS !. .<"tIt 1"I", -i***tIt I t I I : :-+-.J..I t : t t : .. t t C : I : I I I : I .

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week to Marvin Levins to main
tain the city's emergency power
unit. a

Approved a communication tow- J
er not to exceed 120 feet to be installed ,9

by Coco-Cola Bottling Co. //4 i
at its downtown plant on :Main

Street, provided the tower meets
city ordinance conditions and the rv 1o" I
owners of the facility provide public : :D""
liability insurance for $300,000.
Agreed to remove on a trial
basis one of two traffic breakers in
the 300 block of,Ann on a Avenue at I r ..

the request of Melvin Pugh, who M
said they should be either removed ,.{ YW KXh'.SJ'
or installed throughout the city, I "L

as they are situated on a public
thoroughfare. I

Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ray Mosleyand
children left Saturday to spend

a week in Atlanta, Ga.Classified .

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FOR SALE: New and used Willys
\! Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage 1
" In Belle Glade Phone 3058. i
Got. 1754ch.

Fifteen DollarsThat I

is all you need to have a new
home built on your lot. For further CAREFREEATIONSBEOm
details call HUNT REAL ESTATEat
924-7933 in Pahokee. M25tf
FOR RENT: Rooms, Light House-
keeping, Lucky Star'Dude Ranch '
Phone 9249480. J 29-4tp. AT YOUR STANDARD STATION

:.. PUPPIES Part Doberman Pinscher. -

If interested call 9247318.
RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER someone's family car is being readied

.. FOR SALE: Several real good I for a carefree vacation. ,I

buys in frame homes. If you are YES,.ONE OF THE SIGHTS to see is at your Standard station! Just watch i

looking for a home and don't,have those specialists give a car the twice-over. They check battery, tires, radiator .' _
to have a new one, We have it. Or '. Oil filter, air filter. Electrical system. Windshields and Wipers. Front y
for $50 down we can possibly build f 7y
\ to rear!
you a new one. See or Call Dan ,
Carpenter. 924.7156 or res. 924- J YOU.DRIVE AWAY in a vacation frame of mind. Under you, husky sf>
7235. 2tc ', Atlas Tires with their Twin Guarantee...your gears and chassis protected

-rjfc,- by famous KYSOlub catioa. While long-running Standard Cbsotme aDd ,,-, f.. '
FOR RENT: New,2 bedroom concrete I y deposit-free RPM Motor OH make your esgae dngt g > ,
block house. Furnished. In
: the Orange Grove, 289 Parkview i
. Court $125 per month. See or call M. L KEEN, AGENT

:, Dan Carpenter. office 924-7156 or: S. STANDARD OIL COMPANY KENTUCKY) PHONE zui CANAL POINT FLA.
real 9247235. 2tc .

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