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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: August 3, 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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


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Ag Elections Will Here Are The Questions And Funeral Services


Be Held In AugustAll Mrs. E. 0. MurphyServices


Answers On New HospitalWhat
farmers of Palm'Beach Coun- for 1.Irs.Iaude Murphy -
ty are reminded that the 1962 an- 71, of 508 East 46th St., Hialeah -
, nual Agricultural Stabilization and .who passed away Sunday at
t Conservation Community electionswill will be the economic effectof "6. The physician will have more ity scrub area tray set up and her home following an extended ill-

be held in August. These com- a new hospital on the Belle leisure time/ consequently more sterile supply, instrument storage, ness, were held Tuesday afternoonat
mittees administer the- Federal Glade-Pahokee area? How will a time for professional activities anesthesia storage and clean up Van Orsdel Funeral Home in

Farm Programs in the County. The new facility affect the practice of other than practice. room, clean up room equipment Miami. Rev. Lee W. Davidson,
three communities are as follows: medicine in the communities? "7. There will be a tendency for storage, janitor's closet nurse's pastor of the North Hialeah Meth-
Coastal-the area east of Twenty- What basic elements will a new group practice. ontrol station recovery rooms for odist Church, officiated.
mile Bend. Belle Glade-the area hospital contain? "8. Home deliveries particularlyby 10 patients and isolation recovery Born in Missisippi, Mrs. Murphywas
I west of Twenty-mile Bend to the These questions are answeredby midwives will decrease. room. the daughter of the late Rev.
Tracy Hare, hospital consultantto What basic element should a 15. Auxiliary rooms.: fracture
former
Hendry County line south to the and Mrs. W. A. Tiffin. A
the Combined Board of the combined hospital have? Hare has room cystoscopy dental surgery
Broward County line and north to resident of Fahokee, she and her
I Pelican Bay. Pahokee-the area Northwestern and the Southwestern set forth the following facilities !and surgical emergency. family moved to Dade County 1$
. north of Connor's Highway to the Palm Beach County Public which could be included in a new 16. Lounges: doctor's lounge years ago.Survivors.
Martin Hospital Boards in a preliminary hospital plan for the combined ,with separate bedroom nurses's
County line and west to include her husband,
Lake Okeechobee. report analyzing the area's medical districts. lounge, toilets lockers for 16 doctors -
E. O. Murphy, Hialeah; two sons,
problem. 1. Administration: lobby with 4 4I lockers for 8 nurses and dictating -
,I Petitions signed by ten or more Ellis O. Murpphy of Pahokee and
In a previous article. Hare I public toilets, administration offices area for doctors.
eligible voters nominating persons O. M. (Mac) Murphy of Indian-
for established the ,need for a general information and switchboard 17. Services: food food preparation -
/ membership on the community I town; four daughters, Mrs.: Louise
committee must be received at the hospital of sufficient quality and social service offices, admission and kitchen, storage refrig- Kennen Greenacres; Mrs. Lucille
ASCS Office 531 North Military quantity to serve the needs of the i offices insurance office sanctuary I eration and dry, can washing and Bargeron Mrs. Iris Bernhardt and
West Palm area. He cited the need'for a mod- or retiring room business office J JI garbage refrigeration or disposal
Trail Beach Florida I Mrs. Vena Mae Pinder, all of Hia-
: not later than August 10, 1962. If ern hospital of approximately 100 I and cashier. I II cafeteria 'coffee shoppe special II leah; two sisters, Mrs. R. J. Schro-
(" the persons nominated by peititon normal beds with an immediate I 2. Diagnostic and Treatment: I J Jl meeting room, laundry, central I der of Pahokee and Mrs. CharlesF. r
complement of 120-135 beds in bed Clinical laboratory including chemistry :housekeeping supplies, heating
t are willing to serve and are eligible McQuaig of Texas City Texas;
t rooms designed for patient occup- l urinalysis hemotology and I equipment air conditioning cent
L their names will be placed on sixteen grandchildren and eight
l the ballot. If the persons) nominated ancy. The care of auxiliary services serology bacteriology specimen ral oxygen system and general great grandchildren.
he said should be completeand collecting, blood bank, isotope de- storage.In .
, by petition is found to be in- Interment was at !Miami with '
should be expandable to serve pository and clean up records and reviewing the needed facilities -
he will be notified and
eligible, Van Orsdel Funeral Home in
, may appeal J.o the county commit- at least 175-200 with a minimum business office. the report notes, "it is readily charge of arrangements.
k tee bykAugtist 15th. of disturbance to the continued operationof'the 3. Pathologyf. t }ogy. morgue I discernible that a small,hospital of .
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The Community Committtees) hospital. and autopsy....and specimen: 'mu- 50 beds cannot'support "such services. 't' ; ;.-.
may make additional nominationsas The report states. "A 100-bed seum. Even a 100 bed hospital at Pahokee Lions :
are required by law to complete hospital operating 71 per cent 4. Basal Metobolism and | or 80 per cent capacity would,not ful- Hear Ed Jensen "
the slate of nominees.Thurmond capacity, will employ approxi- EKB. ly utilize the essential services and
.. mately 190 persons and will par- 5. Physical Therapy: electro the building would not reach ftfll
Guest speaker at the luncheon ,
tially support 22 physicians. The therapy, hydrotherapy and exercise -' utilization until the 150-bed at 80
Knight meeting Tuesday of the PahokeeLion's
payroll of approximately $500,000 area. per cent capacity stage.
Club was E. A. Jensen whois
Director Loan Group will be the direct major financial 6. Radiology: initial two diag- e
in charge of the publicity for the
support of about 475 persons( the nostic rooms dark room medical Stewarts Will Live homecoming celebration for the
employee and 1.5 other ). reading rooms barium kitchen,
Thurmond W. Knight Riviera persons
In Belle Glade National Guard Unit.
At the present time the two existing dressing and toilets. Hooks ApartmentRev. '
/. Beach realtor and Chairman of the mod- Introduced by program chairman -
hospitals now serving the area' 7. Pharmacy: dispensing
,Palm Beach County School, Board and Bill Benton Mr. Jensen
have a combined payroll of approximately ified manufacturing storage. and Mrs. Charles D. Stewartleft
has been elected Director 8. department: three to be showed a documentary film released -
as a $300,000 and 110 em- Out-patient this week for a vacation
Riviera Securities and Loan Corporation ." clinic exam rooms, waiting room spent in Georgia and Tennessee by the Department of the Army
during a recent meetingheld I A new hospital will have an even physician's office, emergency with their relatives. Rev. Stewartis explaining the reasons for the call
at the firm's nurse's station and control. at the of the National Guard Units to
offices. greater economic effect as pur- rooms completing his pastorate
Knight was an organizer of the I chases from local establishmentswill 9. Patients' bedrooms General: Canal Point Baptist Church and duty and what they accomplished.The .
Everglades Growers Cooperative, increase in the form of goods 35-48 bed nursing units 10 to 14 in has been granted a six weeks va- film brought out the fact that
Pahokee and the Glades Livestock with toilet and shower President Kennedy called out the
services, and housing the report single: rooms cation by the congregation.On
Association. Belie Glade. He is continues."A 11 to 16 in 2-bed rooms with Sept. 15, Rev. Stewart is retiring Guard Units last fall, to release
. active in the Northwood Baptist higher percentage of the pop- toilet and shower 12 to 16 in 2- from the active ministry. He army career men for duty in Ger-

Church, and a member of the Rotary ulation will be hospitalized as those bed rooms; with semi-private toilet and Mrs. Stewart will continue to many during the Berlin crisis. Mr.
Mason, Shriner and Elks persons demanding better facilities and 2 to 4 in special bedrooms for live in Canal Point where Mrs. Jensen announced that the home-
Clubs and resides in Lake Park and treatment who are willing to isolation and.i or psychiatric. Stewart will be a member of the 'coming celebration for the returning -,
l'" with his wife, Frances and four pay for good hospitalization will 10. Patients' bedroomsMaternity Canal Point school faculty again Belle Glade National Guard

children. break the pattern of going to larger : 16 to 28-bed nursing unit, 6 to next'year. They will move to Apart- .Unit, will be held at the Belle
bedrooms with toilet Hooks Glade Armory on Saturday, Aug.: 1
''. Vii. hospitals outside the area.. Hos- 8 in single ment No. 1 in the new apartments
Robert Stacy Wins pital care will cost the patient and shower, 4 to 8 in 2-bed rooms upon their return from their 11, from 5 to 7 p. m. He urged all 1
more so will hospital expenses in- with toilet and shower and 6 to 12 vacation members to attend. The celebration ";
Star Salesman Trip crease. Charges will be adjustedso in 2-bed rooms with semiprivatetoilet. -- will feature a free barbecue anda '
between actual brief "welcome home" address.
the spread ex- Rotarians Hear *
Robert Stacy, local service and panses will be greater. AbsenteeIsm 11. Nursery: 3 to 8 bassinet nurseries ])r. R. C. ,Lane presided over '
sales agent for the Farm Bureau will be reduced and hospital 1 to 2 bed isolation nursery Ed Jensen SpeakE. the business session in the absence
Insurance Companies, has been selected stay will be shorter. formula room, doctor's examining of the president; Kyle Scott The ,
as an All-Star Salesman for The practice of medicine will be room and nurses work rooms. A. Jensen Pahokee postmaster meeting next week was changed'
his excellent record in life insur- effected by a new hospital that is I 12. Maternity nursing station: was guest speaker at the lunch- tentatively from Tuesday noon t> I
ance sales this year. certain. In his report Hare lists nurse's control desk. doctor's eon meeting of the Pahokee Rotary Wednesday evening with wives .of-
Mr. and Mrs. Stacy have been several eventualities should a new charting rooms nurses and doctors Club last Thursday with the,president members as invited guests. Tracy.
awarded an expense-paid trip to facility be built. : toilets, soiled utility rooms, special Dr. E. C. Johnson presiding.Mr. B. Hare a hospital consultant, will A
Biloxi, Mississippi for a vacation "1. A combined hospital will increase post-partum bath room soiled linen Jensen recently named to be be the guest speaker. ..
and business meeting at a beach travel time but as a larger rdom clean linen room janitor's in charge of the publicity for this Billy Ray Mosley was introduc-'
resort. Mr. Stacy is one of thirty hospital will have more competent closet nourishment station exAm area for the homecoming celebra- ed by Lion's Deputy District Gov-
Florida agents to receive this hon- personnel visits in time and quan room, drinking fountain central tion planned for the Belle Glad ernor, H. Bunn McCall of Belle
or and will receive special recognition tity may be reduced. nurse's supplies ,and medicine sta National Guard Unit spoke regarding Glade as the new Zone Chairman'
at the meeting for his per .2. There will be a period of ad- tion. this event which will be and was presented with a pin.
formance. justment to all local physiciansnow 13. General Nursing Station: August 11, at Belle Glade Armory.He Other guests were Pellon Morris
having the hospital virtuallyat nurse's control station, doctor's also presented a documentaryfilm Belle Glade; Jack Nash and Bill
: BAKERS TO LEJEUNE his doorstep. Incoming physicians charting nurse's and doctor's toil- furnished by the Departmentof Begor fo West Palm Beach; Ron

o Warrant Officer and Mrs. Robert will have no difficulty. ets, soiled utility room, central the Army, showing why these nie Yates of Cincinnati Ohio and
C. Baker and three daughters .3. The medical community will] nurse's supply medicine station, men were called into service and Hunter Latham.Mr. .
Debbie Leslie and Teri who were, become a closer knit group. Consultations bathroom with sitz bath, soiled what they accomplished. -
the house guests of his parents, between physicians, formal linen room, clean linen room and Visitors were C. L. Todd West and Mrs. R. O. Lampi their
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Baker and his and informal will increase. janitor's closet exam room drinking Palm Beach; Walter Hooker,M.: K. daughter, Miss Sandra and son
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. an d "4. More physicians will be at. fountain and nourishment sta- Wright and Dr. Howard Hill, all of Robert, Jr., left Friday afternoonto
Mrs. David Unwin for two weeks., tracted to the area tion. Belle Glade; Mao Len Lia of Taipei. visit his mother, Mrs. Mary

have gone to Camp Le jeune, N. C.., "5. Physicians win send more 14. Surgery: two, operatingrooms Formosa; Robert Lampi, Jr. and Lampi, at Eagle River, Mich., for
where he will be stationed. patients to the hospitaL _* ? sub utility rooms, sub uW.c. Carl GrasseL' two we ks.Esfa6fished .





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THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing

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the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without

Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years t HAVE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT NO"VA1'"T- TO BUY BUT LACK CASH

Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday :t' If you've located the home you want and you In a surprisingly short length of time, you
: J 1;. have your down payment, you're ready to see too can have your down payment. Here's how
'. Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance
+ us about a low cost home loan. --open a savings account here right away.
.:- This is the place to come, because we Save as much as you can. regularly. Y
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn :I:
specialize in loans to buy homes. We know We also add a big dividend to your account
Canal Point, Florid: as Second Class Matter i just what to do to see that your loan is quickly regularly so your savings will grow even .

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


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Salt Water Fish In Baptists
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dayton and
E :f -4 .f r yR To Hear Rev. MartinThe I I I daughter, Faye, owners of Pahokea

R s. State ResearchST. Sundries, have returned from a va-

V preacher next Sunday at the cation trip to Federalsburg, Md.,

First Baptist Church of Pahokei Atlantic City and Swedesboro, N.

4 + b s. PETERSBURG Fish will be Rev. George W. Martin of J. Washington, D. C. They

:Miami. He is a retired Lt. Colonel were accompanied home by her I
caught in salt waters of Florida are
of the Marine Corps and has just nephew, Wayne Wrabel of Swedea-! t I
contributing data for scientific research -I bore N. J.
finished studies at Southeastern I j
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in Maine. All this has -]" .cl- Seminary at Wake Forest, North 1 1I .

oped as a fringe benefit 'of the Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Meredith

Schlitz Florida Fishing Derby.I .fc _O I and family have returned from a

.:: ).e', .... through the cooperation of the Miss Alyce Joyce Spencer of I visit to her mother, Mrs. Hadlsy

: Florida State Board of Conserva- Orlando spent last weekend with Elliott, at Glen Mora, La. Enroute I

: i tion.' her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jack they visited points of interest including -

> : Florida Fishing Derby officials Spencer and served as maid of hon- Ocala, Silver Springs, Pan

rt'Q were asked for pieces of fish flesh or in the Morrison-Johnson wed- ama City Beach and the French

6 #9 containing the small plastic tags ding on Saturday. Quarters at New Orleans. 5 J

?rs inserted in fish that turn out to be
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Since the tagging of salt water

fish for the derby is done by the

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since the fish captured in the derbyare

sent to the Marine Laboratoryin

St. Petersburg for research pur-

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Photo by Florida State News Bureau them.: The laboratory gladly com- I

These bright-plumaged birds of a feather, smiling for the ca I plied.

mera are a big hit at Tampa's Busch Gardens. The free garden The primary benefit in research b

showplace is a part of IliUsborough and Pinellas counties' summer from the Schlitz fishing derby has :: ;1

long Tri-City Suncoast Fiesta and is another reason Governor been to the two state agencies in

Farris Bryant and the Florida Development Commission are urging charge of fish conservation-man-

Floridians to vacation in their own state this summer. agement-the Florida State Boardof

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z' Martha Sellers To mission. Research director of the Z >> ofi

; Classified Conservation Robert MIngle .
Ads Board,
: Wed W. P. Heney Jr. [
says that data on fish growth -

habits and migration obtainedas
FOR SALE. : New and used WOlyaJeeps. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Levert Sellers a result of the 1961 Schlitz ,

Walter Aahley'a Gar sg of Pahokee are announcing derby "made it possible for us to ..
In,Belle Gted. Phone 3058. _r ,
achieve in one year what it nor-
Oct. and approaching mar- / HOME _
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engagement mally would have taken many __I! .
; daughter Martha '
GARAGE
Fifteen Dollars Ellen, tQ.William Peter Heney, Jr., years. \; "
son of Mr. and Mrs. William Peter RETAINING WALLS t
That Is all ;you need t. have to new {
homo built on your lot. For further Heney, Sr., of Green Cove Springs. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE WALLSTERRACES
detail call HUNT REAL ESTATEat The bride-elect is currently attending FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF GARDEN ,
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR BEACH
PALM
924-7955 In Pahoke.. lUAU the University of Florida COUNTY.IN t
at Gainesville. She is a graduateof CHANCERY 62 C 1489-A
FOR; > ; SALE: Several real good Pahokee High School, class of FLINT EDWARDS.Plaintiffvs : PATIOS

buys In frame homes. If you'are 1961. ::
looking: for a home and don't have The bridegroom-elect is a gradu ARMILEE EDWARDS. : Wherever you wish concrete masonry blocks pro .
Defendant : vide extra beauty convenience of building,
to have a new one We have it. Or ate of Green Cove Springs High NOTICE OF SUIT ease
TO: ARMILEE EDWARDS economy of upkeep. For quality block precision I-
build
down
for $50 we can possibly School and is also a student at
1407 South Van Buren Avenue made Stearns .
today.
on equipment see us
you a new one. See or Call Dan the University of Florida. Albany. Georgia
Carpenter. 92 -1156 or res. 924- The wedding is planned for Au- You are hereby notified that Flint
.Edwards has rued a BID of Complaintagainst
7235, 2tc gust 23 at Orange Park Baptist I you for divorce and you are
Church, Green Cove Springs. required to serve a copy of your answerto FOR BUILDING ECONOMY USE CONCRETE MASONR1
FOR RENT: New 2 bedroom con- the complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney -
ThaddVb'Idl'U.! P. O. Box
block Furnished.' In
crete house Mrs. Frances Dunson returned 705, Pahokee. Florida and file the original -
the Orange Grove 289 Parkview answer in the office of the Clerk
last week from a vacation spent at of,
the
Circuit Covrt of Palm Beach
month. See call
Court $125 per or Palm Becah Shores where she did County. West Palm Beach Florida, on
Dan Carpenter. office 924-7156 or some deep sea fishing. or before the 27th day of August. 1962:
resi. 924-7235. 2tc if you fail so to do. judgment by default
will be taken against you for the
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Darden have relief demanded in the complaint.
NOTICE: The Lucky Star Dude DATED this 19th day of July. 1982.J. .
;. Ranch will be closed until further returned from Mobile, Ala., where ALEX ARNETTK ,f
they visited his brother and sister- Cleric of Circuit Court
notice. signed Gladys F. Mott (Circuit Court Seal)
in-law Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Darden ,
Kane, Owner and mgr. 2tc By Thaddle P. Plant.

and family. They were accom Publish July 27 Deputy, Aug.Clerk 3, 10, 17, 1962.Thad PABOKEE, FLA. BELLE GLADE, FLA.PHONEWT .
,FOR RENT 2 bedroom house panied home by their nephew, Whidden
completely furnished. Phone. Leonard Darden who will remain Attorney for Plaintiff -t- PHONE 7185 6-5249 .
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on the move and tour all or parts- .


of Thirty-eight the state. per cent of all de- TRillS GALORE


I News Of The Churches II IIOf parting about visitors the made state favorable and did not remarks FOR YOUNGSTERS .

make any suggestions for improve- up to 80 yearsl

ments. Of the remainder 38 per .i,

cent suggested improvements in
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facilities 20 E
privately-maintained ,
First Methodist The Church Of God Canal Point First per cent in state-maintained facil- 110 .1

Church, PahokeeRev. Of Prophecy PahokeeCanal Baptist ChurchElder ities and four per cent in hospitality. -
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Point Road The 38 per cent who appeared MODEL T

completely satisfied was a slight
T. C. O'Steen R. E. Barfield
SUNDAY: John H. Kinard, pastor SUNDAY: increase over the 35 per cent in this ReplicaS

9:45 a. m.-Church School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00; a. .-Sunday School category in the preceding year's S MilEngine

11:00 a. m. Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship study.

6:45 p. .-MYF 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. .. ,

8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. 8:00 p. .-Evening Worship
7:45
m.-Evening
p. Worship
TUESDAY: 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. WEDNESDAY: By Any Other Name

7:00 p. .Vesper Choir practice Everyone welcome. Special music 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer

t WEDNESDAY-.: and singing. 2nd and Service 4th TUESDAYS: They'd Be As Sweet

7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions St. Mary's Catholic 7:30 p. m.-Ladles Auxiliary

8:30 m.-Senior Choir Meeting.
p. prac-
tice ChurchFather -.. TALLAHASSEE-The State De-

.. ... partment of Conservation is plan-
Francis Fennech, Pastor Holy Nativity ning a new name for Florida mulletas AND HANDLESLIKE

Church Of God Mass 11:30 part of a campaign to put more
Sunday a. m. Episcopal ChurchPahokee A REAL CAR
of the fish on the nation's dinner
Confessions before Mass
Barfield This half-scale of the
Highway .. tables. replica
Director has famous 1910 Model T runs like
Randolph Hodges
Christian Science Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar I one handles like one .
Pahokee, Fla. SUNDAY instigated a program to boost the even sounds like one. Designedto
J. W. Minister : use of fish based on the current
Hughes, two in
Group Of Canal PointMankind's carry youngsters com-
10 School
Phone 924-3736 a. m.-Sunday interest in foods with polyunsat- fort it has ample strengthto
SUNDAY: 11:00 a. m.-Worship Service urated fats as a means of combat. haul 2 adults. Has steel frame
need for basedon
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School prayer _10 ing heart disease. Fiber glass body; Forward, neu-
heartfelt gratitude to God will
tral and Mechanical
Research Director Robert reverse.
11:00 Ingle
a. m. Morning Worship
be brought out at Christian Science I Alabama Sends has the brakes. Normal speeds up to 10
7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser suggested name "Lisa
\ church services Sunday. mph. But can be set faster or
viceTUESDAY which is Spanish for mullet. He
Highlighting the LessonSermonon slower. Not designed for high-
: the subject of "Love" is the More Visitors says a change of name might help way use but more fun than a
7:30 p. .-Prayer Service sales among Spanishspeakingpeople. barrel of monkeys for the
Golden Text from the Bible (I
THURSDAY: whole family. Come in and see
7:30 m.-Youth for Christ John 4): "God is love; and he that Than StateTALLAHASSEEAlabama The State Department of Correc- this half-scale "Tin Lizzy". You'll
p. Any
dwelleth in love dwelleth in God
,
Service I tion will can some mullet at the buy it. Made only by McDonough
and God in him." Power Equipment, Inc., Mc-
Belle Glade
prison canning factory.
A citation to be read from "Sci- Donough, Ga.CASH.
led The fish will then be provided to

Canal Point ence and Health with Key to theScriptures" all the states in the number of. all state institutions. Later, it is PRICE

ChurchRev. by Mary Baker Eddy visitors to Florida 1961 the hoped commercial canners will!
Baptist during ,
states (p. 4): "What we most needis market. $359.50FRANK
it sale in
Development Commission said to place on the open
the prayer of fervent desire for
also announced the State
Ingle
Charles D. Stewart, Pastor day in its complete tourism report -
growth in grace, expressed in pa- for the Purchasing Commission was in- BELK
SUNDAY: tience, meekness, love, and good year.
terested in to freeze
a new process
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School deeds." The tourism study, released in Phone 924-7311
home
cooked mullet for
printed form, said that of the breaded
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 3597 Airport Road Pahokee, Fla.
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6:30 p. m.-Training Union record-setting 12,840,230 tourists. use.Florida
7:30 who visited Florida in 1961, 12 percent produces about 40,000
p. m.-Evening Worship 4 Common Causes I pounds of the fish each year with
WEDNESDAY were from Alabama. Georgiawas I .
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Accidents NamedTALLAHASSEE New York was third with 10 per I BIG DIVIDENDSMonday
cent. Other leading states were !

The Pahokee ChurchOf Illinois with eight per cent, New:I ..... It W fffWffW! .
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The Nazarene The Florida Jersey with seven per cent and

Highway Patrol lited'four of the Ohio and Pennsylvania with six .

most of accidents per cent each.Wendell .
Rev. Max D. Jones, Pastor common causes Cattle Sales
today and said that either or all Jarrard, Chairman--
433 Bacom Point Rd. .
might be averted sensible rector of the Commission, said
easily by
Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882
driving. copies of the report would be sent

SUNDAY SERVICES: Following too closely, speeding, this week to all agencies cooperating ,Are regularly held ,at the Glades Livestock Market
9:45 School
: a. m.-Sunday
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship failure to yield right-of-way and with the state's tourist promo-I which is owned and operated by more than 120
tion
improper turning were listed as program.
Florida Cattlemen.You'll
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6:30 m.-Juniors
p.
said Alabama resi-
the chief reasons for accidents The report

7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening which result in millions of dollars dents "and visitors from Georgia enjoy the excellent service you receive here

WEDNESDAY Evangelistic: Service worth of damages in addition to stay shorter oftener periods than is of true time resi-and at this Market. We make an effort at all times to givean
the loss of life and limb. come for
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer Although the patrol is constantly -I dents of any other state, ''many outstanding. service to buyer and seller. Give us _

meeting on the alert to stop such violations coming as often as 10 or 12 times a a trial.
"Where you are a stranger but for' ranging from two
Comdr. H. N. Kirkman said year stays
once." days to two weeks." +t : : : : : t : : : : : : :
they are the most frequently dis-
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obeyed laws and regulations of Of the total number of vistors,

St. Peter's Lutheran our state. 10,662,523 or 83 per cent came to SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.

the state by automobile. Eleven per
"The above mentioned violations
Church, Belle Glade may not seem important to motor- cent entered the state by plane,

ists but they are tie most commonly four per cent by train and two per Glades Livestock MarketASSOCIATION

August Koerber, Pastor ignored regulations of safety cent by bus.Among .

601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade which drivers seldom pay attentionto the automobile tourists,

SUNDAY: until after the wreck-if they 1,216,657 gave Miami as their des-

Divine Services 11 A. M. are alive" said ,Kirkman. tination, followed by 902,049 who On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road

School 9:45 A' M.: said Daytona Beach, and 594,799
State troopers are on the look- PhoneVY 6-3028 George Young, Manager
out for such violators and the pa- who named St. Petersburg.The .

The Methodist Church trol says they will be dealt with in study placed total touristpenditures' z &g yy> 9vft8v :
e, at $2,043,266,000 for
order to hold the line on death and

Canal Point Florida injury. the year. Major spending items in- ,.
ysvit>afrsffl f>grtry8Byi I
cluded 23 per cent for lodging, 18
cent for food and drink in restaurants -
per
.. Robert A. Shelley Pastor
SUNDAY: New 'Beauty Queen 12 per cent for amuse- WANTED !

10:00 a. m.-Church School ments, 11 per cent for clothing and
Named At Sarasota
footwear and eight per cent for
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship

6:30 p. m. Youth Fellowship gasoline. FOR PRE-HARVEST WORKIN
SARASOTA-Florida has a new Florida's famed beaches were
7:30 p. .-Evening Worship
MONDAY: beauty queen. "Elegant and sophis- even better than expected, in the

ticated" Gloria Brody of Jacksonville view of some tourists. Where 55
3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice
was crowned Miss Florida by per cent said they looked forwardto
TUESDAY:
8:00 p. .Woman's Society Sherry Grimes last year's reigning the beach 71 per cent reported SUGAR CANE AND OR

1st Tuesday beauty. they had enjoyed them. Other features -

2nd MONDAY: Gloria is a weight lifter. This ranked high among recreational VEGETABLESGOOD

7:30 exercise, plus ballet training, has activities enjoyed by tourists
p. m.-Esther Class meeting
been credited to developing her were the atmosphere of fun and
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WEDNESDAY
7:30 p. m.-Prayer: :Meeting near-perfect measurements. relaxation 46 per cent; natural WAGES, STEADY WORK

.. Besides a trip to Atlantic City scenery 40 per cent; commercial

for the Miss America contest attractions, 34 per cent and fishing INQUIRE NOW !

First Baptist Gloria will probably travel to Las 29 per cent.

Vegas for the International Travel Fifty-six per cent of all touristsin
Church Pahokee
Council convention. will comeas Florida said they expected to

part of a $1,000 contract for stop at motels, while 19 per cent

Guthrie W. Oolvard :Minister personal appearances presentedby reported they planned to stay with Florida State Employment Service

J. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. the Florida Development Com friends or relatives. Eight per cent

Morning Worship 11:00 a..m. mission.A said they would live in hotels, 41 Southeast Avenue D
Training Union-6:45 p. m. graduate of Ribault High while six per cent planned to rent

Evening Worship-8:00 School of Gloria houses
p. m. Jacksonville will or apartments.
Wednesday Prayer Service also receive a college scholarship Besides the tourists who gave Belle Glade, Florida

: 7:30 p. m. from the Pepsi Cola Co. plus a specific cities as their destinations,

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I: Make Preparations For Release From Duty I Dr. and Mrs W. C. Young and '.
family left August 1, to visit relatives -I'

in Aberdeen, Maryland.
Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Tillis and \
Mr. and Mrs.Frank Tillis and family -

#f 2 !. attended the Jaudon family reunion I II

in Tampa last Sunday.Mr. Z I
and Mrs. Elmer Jones visited I
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his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jones,

at Avon Park, recently.Mr. I
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leave tomorrow to spend a two- I I'i'

: week vacation touring points of interest \

.. in Florida. '

Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fraser, Mrs..

y. u Alma Farrow and Miss Rose Bian-
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vacation. They went by automobileto
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Los Angeles; there they took a <
plane for Hawaii where they planto i
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Mr.spend and two Mrs.weeks.Harry Brooks EI- w I II

arbee and small son, Kirk, left I
Wednesday to spend two weeks at I I

Fort Myers Beach.

I 1st LT. WILLIAM R. HATTON I Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Haley, son, /1
Stevie, and daughter, Donna, of
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FORT LEE, VA.-1st Lt. William -.!.preparation are achieved effectively Gainesville arrived Wednesday and '}"Jf. 1I

R. Hatton, son of Mr. and Mrs. ,, and according to schedule. are visiting her mother, Mrs. Hugo ....,,:" :.., I
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Road, Pahokee, assumed Commandof by Army regulations pertaining Mrs. Bill Shackford and her I .;"' <...:'..r.' ? :"'<:.

the 149th Quartermaster Com- to the release of Military daughter, Mrs. Harry Dermody of

pany (Petroleum Depot) on July 6, personnel, are being skillfully competed Hialeah_ ; her mother, Mrs. R. E.

1962. The Unit is currently stationed by the new Commanding Of- Chard of Ft. Myers, and her two .'. I

at Fort Lee, Virginia, home ficer. Other areas of concern to sisters, Mrs. R. M. Harmison of Miami 4y _

of the Quartermaster Training I I him at this time, are the Supplyand I and Mrs. C. S. Smith of Ft. I

Command.The Motor Pool-sections, which I Myers, will return, today, after vacationing rJ( ..: ': .4 < :, I

149th is a National Guard must be ready for departure. I for a week at Daytona I : : ) '..:.::.., I I
Company from West Palm Beach, He is a graduate of Pahokee'i Beach. ,.:.'.

Florida, with its two Pipeline Pla- High School, Pahokee, and gradu-} Mrs. Max Beverly and son, Ken
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toons located in Belle Glade, Fla. ated from Florida Southern College arrived Saturday from Ochlochnee,

The Unit received official notifi- with a B. Degree in 1958. Ga., and are the house guests of

cation that it will be released from While at College, he was an active her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. I

Active Duty on August 12, 1962. member of the Pi Kappa Alpha 'I Boynton at Canal Point. II

1st Lt. Hatton is presently en- I Fraternity.Prior Airman 3-c:: Glenn Blanton and ..",,,,,,,,,,,,,..-- --"'-,.- I I
gaged in the difficult task of preparing -i to a Call to Active Duty, Airman 3-c Douglas Blanton have
the Company for its departure :1st Lt. Hatton was associated returned to their base at Jack- MRS. THOMAS JACKSON MORRISON, JR.

from Fort Lee, on August 6, with Hatton Brothers, Inc., of Pa- sonville, Ark., after spending a

1962, and its return to home station hokee.' His residence at that time i 10-day leave here with their par-
Miss Susan Griscom Johnson WedsT.
inVest Palm Beach, Florida. was 2316 Bacom Point Road, in I II ents, Mr. and Mrs..J. C. Blanton.
Administrative within Pahokee.He -

the Unit, and at personnel Battalion Head- and his Wife Laura, and two Miss Johnson Is J. Morrison Jr. In Church CeremonyMiss 'I

quarters are working tirelessly un- sons, William age 3, and Robert ,
der the direction and guidance of age 5 months, are presently resid- Honored At LuncheonMrs.

1st Lt. Hatton. He has the respon- ing 204A Battery Place, Colonial Susan Griscom Johnson, home of the bride's maternal

sibility of seeing that all phases of I Heights, Virginia. E. L. Pope entertained witha daughter of Mrs. C. Griscom John- grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. L. W.

,. I bridesmaid luncheon, Saturdaynoon son and the late Mr. Johnson, be- Armstrong on Bacom Point Road,

at her home, 2497 Bacom came the bride of Thomas Jackson with Mrs. Jack Phillips, aunt of the

Point Road, honoring Miss SusanG. Morrison, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. ride; Mrs. Earl Pitts Miss Gail

I I PERSONAL NEWS NOTES I Johnson, whose marriage to Thomas Jackson Morrison, Sr., of Johnson, Miss Kathleen Spencerand
Thomas Jackson :Morrison, Jr. was Pensacola, in a candlelight cere- Miss Anita Cowart assistingthe
consumated that evening. mony, Saturday, July 28, at 7:30p. hosts. Mrs. Edwin DeLeon had

flMflJ The dining table, laid with an m., in the First Methodist Chur- charge of the bride's book.
Mrs. Ruth Meredith and her Miss 'Jane Plumer returned to I imported cloth of linen exquisitely I ch at Pahokee. Rev. Robert A. The bride's table was laid with a

niece, Mrs. Beverly Morse of Aus-I her duties at the Palm Beach i embroidered in cutwork desigr,J Shelley, pastor of the Canal Point linen cloth imported from Roma

tin, Minn., spent last weekend County Health Unit in Pahokee,I was centered with an arrangementof Methodist, read the nuptial vows and heavily embroidered in an intricate -

visiting Mrs. Meredith's brother- last week, after vacationing in yellow rosebuds, pink carnationsand before an altar lighted by tall, design using 29 different

in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ohio for several weeks. baby's breath in an antique white tapers in cathedral cande- stitches. An arrangement of pink

Carl Clawson in LakeVorth.. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Barwick and I Eilver vase. Heirloom Havelin labra and decorated with basketsof carnations, white stephanotis and

Dr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Todd family are vacationing at Salernofor china, handpainted in gold was white gladioli and chrysanthemums pink baby's breath centered the

and son, Eddie, will leave today several weeks. used for the luncheon. The menu against a background of table, flanked by white tapers in

(Friday) to visit with relatives in I Gaulden Harrington left Tues- featured breast of chicken, melon palms. three-tiered silver candelabara.The .

Tallahassee and Cuthbert, Ga., for day to visit relatives in Morven.Ga. balls macedoine with sprigs of The traditional wedding marches punch bowl was of crystal.For .

two weeks. and North Carolina. mint, farci potatoes, green beans were played by Mrs. S. M. Pitts, traveling Mrs. Morrison
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Mrs. A. W. Schell, Jr., and Miss Shirley Levins and Miss Julienne with almonds, tiny hot wore a suit of seafoam green with

daughter Connie of Baltimore, Md.j Ila Kinard. spent last weekend at rolls, sherbert bombe and petits Jr., organist, who accompaniedJack beige accessories and her corsagewas ,
A. Phillips vocalist of Fair-
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the of her Mr. the orchids from her bouquet.
were guests parents Macon, Ga. where they visited fcurs.
fax, S. C., uncle of the bride, as
and Mrs. J. T. Platt for the past Rev. and Mrs. M. S. Curry and I A silver compote in her chosen Following their honeymoon to an
he "Oh Promise Me" and
sang undisclosed destination, the couple
week. Miss Platt .
Judy accompanied family.Mr. I pattern was presented by the host- "
"Whither Thou Goest.
them on their return trip to and ''Mrs. M. Burstein have ess to Miss Johnson, who in turn will make their home in Atlanta,
The bride, given in marriage by will be associatedwith
where the
Maryland. gone to Loag Island, N .Y. for two presented silver charm bracelets, groom
her brother, Alvin Richard John- Atlanta Public Libraryand
Sarah Ann, Ethel Ida, Alice and weeks after visiting their son-in- engraved with the date of the wed- the
son, was lovely -in a floor length the bride will be teaching in
Karen Johnson, daughters of Dr. law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ding to each of her attendants. The
gown of pure silk organza over Schools.
and Mrs. E. C. Johnson, left Sunday Karl Mindlin for some time. honoree, her mother, Mrs. C. G. i the Atlanta Pulllic
net, with full skirt ending in a out-of-town guests
for Girl Scout Camp Welaka Roger Simonson returned Wed- Johnson, and Mrs. T. J. Morrison, I Among the
chapel train. The fitted bodice o'' the wedding were Mr.
where they joined their. mother, nesday from a visit of several Sr., mother of the groom, wore attending
Chantilly lace featured a svvce.- I and Mrs. A. S. Jackson of :Montgomery -
who is on the staff as full-time weeks with relatives in Girard and rosebud corsages also gifts of the 'I
heart neckline and short sleeve. Ala., the groom's uncle
registered nurse, and their sister, Farmersville, HL hostess.
A bow accented the waist. Her and aunt. Mrs. R. W. Bowers, Or-
Julia, who has been there for two Mr. and Mrs. Lee. Parker and Other guests attending were
bouffant ballerina length veil of lando, the bride's great aunt; Mrs.
weeks. .children left last week and_ are va- Mrs. L. W. Armstrong, Mrs. Lewis
English silk illusion was attached Letitia Brandon, the bride's aunt
Mr .and Mrs.,R. B. Chastain, Jr.., : cationing at Hiawassee, Ga., near Pope, Jr., Mrs. Jack Phillips, Miss
tc of Alencon lace Johnsonof
a headpiece of Palm Beach; Edward
and daughter' Debbie visited sev- !Lake Chatuge. Alyce Joyce Spencer, Miss Helen
trimmed with pearls and a hand- West Palm Beach, the bride"scousin
eral days with her parents Mr. and : Miss Paula Duke and Miss Gloria Forrest and Mrs. Richard A. Bar-
made cabbage rose of silk organza. : Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kirchhoff
:Mrs. J. T. Platt on their return trip King returned last Friday from a nett.
I She carried a crescent bouquet of of Sanford; Miss, Dede Sharon
to their home in Miami after at- two weeks. visit with Paula's -
white sweetheart roses and sprigsof Sanford Miss Sarah Tervin, Tam-
school in North Mr. and Mrs. W. H. ;
tending summer: grandparents,
I League Tourney ivy, sprinkled with satin sequin pa; Miss Patricia Lamb, St. Au-
Carolina. O'dom, at Stroudsburg, Pa.
leaves and centered with three gustine; and Miss Elizabeth Howell -
In PahokeeThe
Play-Off white phalaenopsis orchids. of West Palm Beach.

Miss Alyce Joyce Spencer, maidof .. .
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Florida Junior Major League honor, wore a sheath of shell
District 7 tournament will be held pink silk organza over taffeta Chicken SupperAt

THEATRESP at the Pahokee City Park diamondon with bouffant overskirt and match- Community Bldg.A .

August 3 and 4, starting at 8 ing accessories. Her headpiece wasa

LAKE DRIVEINPahokee p. m. pill-box of organza with a brief chicken supper for the benefitof
Plantation will play TriCitiesand veil and she carried a colonial the building fund of the Churchof

Pahokee-Belle Glade Road the winner will go to the state bouquet of pink sweetheart roses, God on Prophecy will be held

competition in St. Petersburg on pink carnations and sequin leaves. at the Canal Point Community

-- 2 BIG FEATURES August 13, 14, 15. Mrs. R. A. Barnett Sanford, was Building, Friday evening. Serving,

SUNDAY -MONDAY -TUESDAYSUNDAYMONDAYTUESDAY .. bridesmatron and Miss Helen For- family style, will be from 6:30 to
SUFFERS HEART ATTACK rest of Naples was bridesmaid. 9:30 p. m. with Mrs. J. H. Kinard,
AUGUST 5-6-7
They wore gowns identical to that Mrs. Marvin Levins and Mrs. Lily
AUGUST 5-6-7 'THE SECOND Mrs. Verna Elarbee who suffereda worn by the maid of honor. Their I I Peacock in charge. Prices will be

"EXPERIMENT TIME AROUND"IN heart attack while visiting in colonial bouquets were of a lighter $1.25 for adults and .75c for child-

Tampa, last week, has recovered shade of pink. ren.
TERROR" DEBBIE REYNOLDS AND sufficiently to be moved from a The best man was Robert .

GLENN FORD, LEE REMICK STEVE FORREST Tampa, hospital to the home of her Charles Reynolds of Auburn, Ala., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompsonhave
-ALSO son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and and the ushers were Richard A. returned from a two-week
AND STEFAND2
Mrs. Vernon Elarbee. Mrs. Phara Barnett of Sanford, and John .Edwin vacation trip to the Carolina, one
POWERS "Cattle Empire" Morris is also remaining in Tampato Holsberry. Jr., of Pensacola. ;week of which they spent at Sylva

be at the bedside of her mother. The reception was held at the N. C.c .
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