The Everglades news
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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: October 21, 1960
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
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00044
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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r ''XenFoster&eks U.S.S.C.. President Harry T. Vaughn Discusses Emmett S. Roberts

.. County Job,Again Seeks ReelectionA

..- Cane Growing In Glades At Chamber Dinner
,. I.. Pointing: to expanded industrial record of more appointmentsto

development. ,for?Palm Beach Coun- 1 ________________________________ l '_ _ ____ _______________, interim-committees than any
ty: as one,of his,prime;objectives other member in the State
_". in the past and for the 'future Door-To-Door Sales Newly elected officers of the Pa Elks Official Pays House of Representatives is- one
County Commissioner Kenneth P, hokee .Chamber of Commerce were phase of extensive law making ex-
Foster ,this week stepped up hiscampaign Light Bulbs By LionsThe inducted into office at -a dinner I Visit Pahokee LodgeJack perience which Rep Emmett Rob-

for re-election. --r- meeting held Monday night InT pie erts, Belle Glade, offers in his bid
Pahokee Lions Club at tire Elks..Club room which was attended E. Carver; of Del ray Beach,
f;" regular meeting voted to join other by more than 150 members, I Elks: district deputy grand exalted
Lions Clubs in Palm Beach. Brow- friends and interested citizens of ruler for Florida Southeast paidan
.and and Dade Counties in an elect i[ the Pahokee area., Harry T. official visit to Pahokee BPOE
tric light bulb; sales campaign to Vaughn president the U. S. I Lodge 1638 during the regular
raise funds for the Lions Sight Sugar Corp., was the featured I meeting Thursday night of last
r Conservation Program.It I speaker and his topic for the even- [week. Eddie Vertommen was initiated
was decided that, instead of ing was: "Sugar Expansion in the i, into the Order with W. E.
the usual luncheon meeting next Everglades Area of Palm. Beach. Erickson, exalted ruler, and his
t .Tuesday, to meet at the Woman's County." staff of officers in charge of the V
.. Club building at 6 p. m., Tuesday, County Commission ChairmanPaul ceremony.The meeting was followed b x
"t<- r for a supper meeting, following Rardin acted as master of by .a barbecue supper. Among g
> r which members' will group into ceremonies and introduced Mr. the '35; out-of-town guests were
f A'.Y N sales teams and cover all,residential Vaughn to.the group. Com. Rardin I Charles Peckelis of Fort: ,Pierce, '
: fjr? areas in a door-to-door light also inducted.the new officials into president of the Florida State ElksAssociation
; bulb sales campaign to be completed their'respective offices. Mrs. Doris ; J. Alex Arnette, past
in one night.The bulbs will be Sasser retiring president, presidedand FSEA president; W.A. (Bill) Wall,
sold ,in 'cartons of eight, bulbs at the sumptuous dinner was served grand trustee, Ed Poland and Al

.- $2'a*carton. I : by, Ladiea f the Elks ,Lodge. mer Tedder, past district deputy
Eugene Carutbers, program Mrs.: Hugh Breach, in charge of the grand exalted rulers, all of West
& chairman, introduced as guest I musical part of,the program. sang .Palm Beach. .
> speaker Judge Sauls. Hollywood.. two solos and presented Dic1..7Hurt
"" who offered two solos and I HmemakersName

It Foster, twice chairman of the StateGardeu Club accompanied, "himself on his ,for. re-election. Nov. 8 on 'the Dem- .
:" county commission..during:the-more ukelele.H.. :. -. .''! .. : ra ..4,1.,.,.....; t -. r'a'! .
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than 10 yearshehasrved..On: :: h : : i ltep Robert,who has served in
board,.is the Democratic candldat@, SeHool fHmyFri.: canetion |n: Louisiana, came: the House off Representatives since
for District-One commissioner! in to Clewiston.31 years ago, starting I 195&and id now the r fi' the Novmeber 8 general,election. j his work in the TJSSC as a chemist, I The Pahokee Chapter, Future Beach County'slegislative*delegation -
Always,, a ,strong advocate: cf The Belle Glade Community- 1 1I and since then has:worked,his way Homemakers of,America, has elect- ,*Ws served on many influential -
good government, administrative I clubhouse' will: be the scene of i iII ,up' in the tx>mpany' to his present I ed new officers Penny McKinstry. committees during the sessions'
economy, 'rock bottom taxes, and II Course I'of the: National Council of 1 position as president and general! president; Betty Johnson, first he has been"Tallahassee, but lie- .
improved 'services for county :residents State Garden,, Clubs' Flower Show i iI manager. Recognized as the leading vice presidents Patsy Keene vice considers the wqrk, of the interim '
Commissioner:: Foster js School 'on Thursday October 27th I authority on- sugar cane and i president and degree chairman; ,committes-groups from both the
." credited by his colleagues with pro- I and Friday, October 28th. 'I sugar production in South F1orida'l Cathrine Young, vice president and r House and Senate named to work;
viding top leadership the field of _, Mrs. John R. Bear. Tampa National he delivered a timely work chairman; 'Becky Mackey on specific projects between sessions i
industrial'development. Council Instructor,will.teach, most importance to his audience I vice,president and recreation chair- -with :giving him a, well

,..,:.. He now heads',an,,.industrial. .information flower show practice on Thursday- I i because of the potential that lies in i man; Linda Woofter, vice president rounded knowledge of state affairs
morning. She will teach and demonstrate and public relations chairman;Sue
'committee and continued 8) and
tfl. new ( on page the experience necessary to
: I Miller vice and projects '
with beautiful arrangements president
: growing statistical department many BBS (continuea on page 8)
the art of flower arranging chairman;.Janette Harrington, secretary ..
I which he planned and inaugurated I I" in both the morning and 2544 Acres Statei ; Yvonne Thompson, treas- .
po- for the county,' and: the commls- afternoon' session on Friday, Oc- urer; Joan McKinstry, historian; Blue Devils Meet

(continued on'. page 8) tober 28th. and Brenda. Unwin, parliamentarian. -
.' Land Leased For .
Mrs. Helen Cutten MiamiNa-
Lake Worth
\'i. tional Council Instru'ctor.wm teach As a fund-raising project the SquadThe ,
L:: Amendments WillBeOnNov.SBallot horticulture on Thursday after-i $5 Acre Annually I chapter is now selling tickets forth
.noon.. Alice Belle Charm School? nd
' l The public is invited to attend.J j I will sponsor a booth to sell candied winless Pahokee High Blue .:"
fr Devils, with an 0-4 record to date,
fee of $5.00 I apples at the Pahokee PTA Hal- ,
For the entire course, a More land In the Lake ....
will be charged to those not belonging bee Region is destined to Okeceho..1 loween Carnival, Oct. 31, Joan Mc don't stnad much of a chance to
TALLAHASSEE: Florida Voters to either of the sponsoring in sugar cane as the Kinstry to be in charge. halt their losing streak in tonight's .;
,: will have six proposals to amend clubs. For the flower arrangement tion by the, Florida State Plans were made to send' a delegation game with the Lake Worth Tro :..
-.; .'J; the .state' constitution before them lecture and demonstration, alone, a recently ,in Tallahassee.: to the FHA District_ 9 meet- jans. The visitors, big and powerful -
1' .;*",": when they go to.the polls for: the. .'fee of $3.00: \\Tillbe, ,charged. On Sat- Sitting as the Trustees of the I I ing in Miami' Nov. 12; It was an- are top contenders for this .

.-" general ,election: ova,& u 'd'moznng: ,',an.examination ;orcreditwill Internal Improvement Fund the nounced the, new president. Penny season's Suncoast, Conferencechampionship : !
Four! the six prtased.airiend. be:held, for members'ofthe board: gave James ,W;:Clarke of Pa'!l McKinstry,has field application. fora and are presently" ,':a4i: ,'.,_
ments have statewide. impact.: The .JFJorida' ,Federation- : of Garden" hokee'a 25-year.Iease tiA 2,544 acres ,State Homemakers degree, the sharing the t rung of the league :. .
I other two are stri&ty,local In char-: Clubs;'only. of Everglades land where he plansto I highest degree awarded:by FHA.: ladder with the Seacrest Sea- .
acter but must be, ratified by a The,school is being sponsored raise sugar cane. Mr. Clarke Mrs. Doris Lane is.sponsor of the hawks! ,both having current 3-0 records .
', to become .effective. 'Point;Garden Club, Pahokee Garden !ago from Manatee County. I membership of 60, high school Blue Devils take this one it would \
The proposed amendmentsWould Club Belle Glade Garden Club, i Clarke who will be paying $5 an 1 girls.._..._.. be the ,number one upset of the
1., : The Garden Study Club. of Belle acre annually at the end of the first week and there are some loyal fans
Jl ;I 1.. Authorize ,the 'Legislature to Glade"and the Chosen Garden Club: five-year period, predicted the land I,1., Student. MembersFor who think they might dolt Coach
add up to'.two'judges.to'each of the The' school will open promptly would "be worth $25 per care by Web Pell's men have been working
: threejudge ..district''courts of, 'ap at..8:30, a.- m. each morning. TEach that time and boom to "fabulous" Civic ClubsThe hard this season, setting up stout :
Y peal. x person: is yequ-e ted\0 bring a sand value by the end of 25 years. -. f defenses in their games, but to date I'
t, 2. Permit t FloridHUW'serving ,in ,wich.,lunoh..'.Coffee, will, be furnish The trustees will reappraise the Pahokee High School.faculty they haven't been too lucky,as the
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r the military:,oa"'overseasduty'" to ed., lease at five-year intervals, with a has ,selected five Seniors to : record shows. $
Y : register aid vote:,absentee.. .Mrs. M. C. f Carter of Port:May.aea rent ,increase likely at each inter. represent the school as student I Against the McCarty Eagles at .
/ : 3. Give theYpegkiature' control represents the, Canal _Point I val as development increases the members of civic clubs in Pahokeeand I Fort Pierce Friday night, the Blue a
;. over proposed,expenditures'by the :dub on the Flower Show' eMIRit-1[ land's: worth. Canal Point..Lamar Williams Devils gambled in the second quarteron <
i State Game and:Fresh:Water Fishm tee. .1 He estimated he would reap SO was chosen student member of thePftfeekee'liGtary a 'fake punt play on their .;
"",. Commission from the:state11' game I to 75 tons of can per aeve from the Club for,the 1960- own 36. Instead of punting, Quart-,
fund R'" .L.-\.YM&'l'S. SUwDAY'yx land and fo cut,. .the truateeilwouldTbe'flooded 91:school'year;,Johnny Kautz, Canal erback penny i Padgett tossed a
4* write into ee tltUUon the Laymen's S"uuuleybe observed .:witfe ffenttar lisle ; Point Lions ,Club;,,,Denny .Padffett \ screen passto John Russom who '
law,by which call ot the 67'+counties at'the: Pahokee PIr8t'Keth 8iat Ofterswithlnafetlr, nyaitli Be acid Pabokee 'Lions;:dub; Sandra ,picked ugjBome good"blocking and
share in staldTaeiag"revenues. 'church OcU,:2S,,whn',Or. ,Richard' troubled American ntattcos. ; with Lamp and Martha Sellers,Pahokee- went aH."tfeeVway; 64 yards, for a
Y 5. Permit trial of civil, suits, in .,C. .Laa<>*, ly. ,leader,: Rut: :Iie..tftflf. .Cute, feed .ar major 'aopptter, BusinetMf. and.. : rmfmoiecal i Woman's TD.Padgett.then went through the
L s \ Volusia and Hightebade Counties. .is'* .charg*- the :nfaater' ,wonbipservice :will lead 'to .*teadnf inef aataf Club .'line for. the extra point and .the
x \. cities other, than tfee. oouaty .at, ,'swift b&WMfetod. by' the Florida cane'growt a;' ; '_', .II,- 181r.i;Bevfls were ahead..7-6, as the
',Y -; .6. 'Permit trial' of C M1::suite' inBrevard -: ..... ... shiedt fit*,teat it iossPgMt ,*{Canal .Cu7t. _'l.l.returned fr+oAaa: : coded. The Eagles snapped
,County in' eKfca: other ." > Aaet11Y ';..:;=1& ...eioa with: i II5,.wtth mother six:points in the
tR-aa.the..OOUf1ty. ,seaL f, .;4'. ->-.-<.. ,"*, < .! ... ,1h rA': t ty. in c-Jlnr. )lad ; '4baii+ oil,page 8)7J" : '.:."
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PTe: Twt The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Friday, October 21, 1960 1

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Driver's License handling license. His second per! Plastic Flowers FAre
t ference, was to transfer the duty I
.Should.,Be Dated \' I:,of'issuing'licenses-.to the Tag Agency Demonstrated t
of the Tax Collector's office |
On Your BiythdayTAMPArThe I
.. "because they are related fopera1tions. I II Mr. and Mrs.. C. T. ,Santee had ,;
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: county: judge of --- I 1| as dinner guests Sunday;her sister,

'.j r one of Florida's: ,largest Counties I (! Mrs. Martin Diebold, of West Hol-
has come out strongly for' issuance t:Lions Join Safety j; lywood; also Mr. and Mrs. Richard

of drivers' license in the. month of Ogle and.family, Mr.and Mrs. R. A. 1
2 I 1m4 the license's. birth. Program,Locally I I King, Mrs Edna Barrett and MIss

The change, says Judge William Alice Hand. :
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Canal -
C. Brooker of Hillsbqrough, would ? attheir _regular In the afternoon Mrs. Diebold
i "transform a nightmarish circus ,dinner meeting, voted to par- '!| gave a demonstration on the making -

into an orderly efficient operation.. ticipate in the Lions School Safety I.. of Lady Carol plastic flowers.
The jurist expressed his views in ; program which has become popular i Others joining the group in the afternoon -
The Rardin Building' In, Canal, Point, FloridaTHE response to a questionnaire from all over the State since its,,introduc- to see the demonstration ;
Jefferson County Judge Kenneth I tion to the public by LecvRandell of i and try their hands at making the
E. Cooksey, president of the Florida the' Southside Lions' .dub; Fort flowers were Mrs. Luther Jones

:I :County Judges' Association.. .A Lauder ale, ,several months. ago. and :Mrs. Ray Whitlock of Beile
: TOE PERGLAMS NEWS .copy was,.sent to ,the Peninsula>.,Thejstyb;' Upurchasir 3, ,large ,Glade and Mrs. Lee Tillis and Mrs.
rotor Club Which! ,!along with other i j "Safety Pennant" for the Canal Robert Higgnebottom of Canal
Serying the Lake pkeechobee: rraing.R gfo!>WJthout# AAA_clubs,; has tang advocated! PpintS* ljooX whicli Mtt-be placed) Point. '
Interruption Every'Week for More Than 30 Years '. birth month issuance of licenses instead just below the United States flagon -

Established March 11, 924 Published Every Friday of the scramble for license I I the school's.flag pole and a SAM McKTNSTRY, SB,-IN

:Subscription Price$2.00 Year In Advance, during the month of September as small safety pennant for each HOSPITAL, ,HEART ATTACKSam <<
presently exists. I room. If any school child has an McKinstry, Sr., is in the Pa-
i The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office The proposed change also has the I accident while at school or gong to hokee hospital suffering from a

S .In,Ca.nalP.k1"J: ? d as Second Class :Matter backing of the Florida Highway f or from school, the large pennant heart attack. Reports today are to
Patrol and of the Florida Citizens will be lowered to half mast and re- the effect that he is getting alongas
Paul Rardin Owner,.Editor, Publisher Advisory Committee on Highway main there through the day the ac- well as can be expected. \
Safety. cident occurred. President P. Elementry School Principal H.
:Week Of Prayer Mrs.,Evans Renamed, Judge Brooker gave the birth Slonaker introduced M. A.I H. Austin is a patient there. John ,,-

EorFahokeeWSCSPlans Leader Of Circle month issuance as first perferencein who' showed a film on the manufacture Chandler and :Mrs. Gertrude Bur- ,
a, series of possibilities for the of malt beverages. I ney are also in the hospital.

; for observance of ,a week Mrs W. S. Evans, re-elected ,
of and self-denial,.with Oct. .
: prayer chairman; of the ;Ione Patterson
%;. 24 and 25 designated as special bo- Circle, Canal Point Baptist WMS: ,

servance, days, were made by the presided at the October meeting of

,!" circles of the Pahokee ,Methodist her circle at the home of Mrs: M. -t. ht -
Woman's Society of Christian Ser- e '
C. Carter. Other elected officersare f .a
vice at! their October meetings, ,Mrs. J. S. Chastain, vice president {
Monday. It? was announced a .
and Mrs. *M. F. George, sec-
School of Missions course of studyon I
retarytreasurer.Mrs. ,
:. "The Alcohol Problem" will be Evans named as standing j Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6255lBelle{ Glade'
presented at the church, starting ,committee chairman:' Mrs. J. a

;, Wednesday, Oct.26, and continuing Latham, program; Mrs. J. E., D.I SALES and SERVICE 1
; for three successive, Wednesdays., iams, community missions; 5! ;
The Mabel Simonson and Mar- W W. ,White. stewardship Mrs. C. Air sVs <
I gery Lair Circles met Jointly at the B. Jones mission; study; Mrs. J: I. Heating Conditioning Appliances
: home of Mrs. Frank Friend. At
H. Bordeaux, publications; \
' brief business sessions, held separately S.'Chastain, social; Mrs. Paul Rar-

. the Mabel Simonson group, din prayer; Mrs.Frank O'Connell, I II
with the chairman, Mrs. H.J. AndS children's ,
Baptist home; and Mrs.
t S erson. presiding chose 'as its home .Carter, publicity. I ',1-, .
, missions sunshine for the -
project I
The program, "Enlistment"
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year, visitations to the sick ,and ..
5 Growth", was presented by Mrs. .
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bereaved and the Margery, Lair :,
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, Evans and Mrs. Latham gave the /
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with Mrs. Ralph Stanley ,
group -
devotionals. I .,.
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chut-ins .
presiding, remembering .
.Flans were made to participate :, ; '
and the sick on their birthdays. Associational I match-sticks.. ie-
in the WMU Palm-Lake ,
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,Mrs. G. W. and Mrs. At P. 't .
< meeting in the Community ,
; Stanley explained how thespecial- : Building'at the Glade Park: Canal ) :;

'fund raised during weekof'prayer Point, Oct. 20. It was annuoncedMrs. '
5' would be used to promote mission I I, .z
Rardin will be hostess at the ( '
55, work. It 'was announced' the two i ioJ next meeting at her home, Nov. t s :
,circles will meet separately in No- 14. J !!r ; t

vember,.the Mabel,Simonson group -! ...
with Mrs. Lon'Wilson: and the'Margery i' .4q t'OMy
l. Lair group with' .Mrs John BPW Club ,Holds YJxk.n!):: ;?(: :.. Mre. .' (

. 'Padgett. Supper MeetingA
, Remembering shut-ins: and the
w ,needy at Christmas time with ap-
, ,\ propriate gifts was chosen by the program relating to the com -, .
; Miriam Circle as its sunshine project ing election in November was presented :..

t", for the year at the meeting. by Miss Barbara: Myatt, \,
r the home of Mrs. O. D. Carptenter, chairman of the legislative committee ; -I
i with Mrs. Vance Denton cohostess at a supper meeting of the Pa-
, and Mrs. E. D. Sims presiding hokee Business and Professional
t in'the absence of the .chairman, Woman's Club at the home,of Mrs.
:', :Mrs. Georgia Frick., Mrs. J&ck Elena Mindlin with Mrs. Ada i
, Spencer presented the program, Bush and Mrs. Grace' Graham, co-(
i' "Christian Citizens," and Mrs. Sims' hostesses. The 'party platforms, i
$ S gave the devotionals. qualifications of candidates and '

Mrs. R. B.. Simonson chairman amendments to be voted. on were .
;i- of the :Mary Martha Circle, presided studied and discussed. t
f at the meeting of the'Mary Mar Introduced as guests were Mrs.
tha Circle at her,home. Mrs. John Julian Branch Mrs.,Myrth McCor- VKrvf<%tfpsJT
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Hatton, program chairman presented mack, Mrs. Gene .McDowell, ,Mrs. ff > &ii 4' -4 %ii 'A :
a program in preparation ofthe Robert L8.mpMrs. Frances Hines I i ':><> & v
week'of prayer and self-denial and Mrs. Don ..Wilson. It was an- "f
r ./ V and,distributed program books for nounced business meeting",will be *.r 'I'r 11

j: the year to those present. The circle held at the home of Mrs. Allie Ode; cikJn 1
....:t chose as its sunshine project; for Nov. 1. ,< ,
"-..;.r the year, remembering shut-ins and ... ari ;

the needy at Thanksgiving tune.Jt Learn 'the simple art, of becom- ,
; Sues announced Mrs.Lloyd Hundley ing a ,more Interesting person, at is the modern way for a modern day ,' 1 .
tl ',, will be hostess, at the' November I Alice Bell's Charm and Fashion
meeting,at her home. SchooL Call 7365. Oct21 _CLEANER:: Flameless;etectricity,won't BETTER Flameless electric cooking pre- 1)!
.' smudge 'potsand pans nor produce soot serves food color, flavor and healthful .
{::. ., WEATHERAtlf. I NOTICE: OF INTENTIONTO "''; and greasy film to dirty y kitchen; minerals.Vita.miasarenot>"boiled,away." .
; :: walls, and curtains Up to 15%less meat shrinkage. \ .
,. -- : S. 'Sugar Plant Fief NAME COOLER Flameless 'electric cooking CHEAPER The operating cost,of a mod S ','
[ ;Station at Canal Point. Notice is hereby given that ,the ,keeps,the,kitchen 8to 16 degrees, cooler ern electric range is about' penny meal '
fit. -.1;>&18 Temp. RalnfaU undersigned, under the provisions #tan:fiame-type units .which emifcieat ,per, person; Sunshine Service electricity .' -.
" maL m1n. Inches'i Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, .. along with soot and other:products of is"the 1iggest'bargain in town, -"

; October.-12 > 90, ...66.00, Acts of,1941,:will register.with; the combustion. See your electrical appliance dealer to 1F ,
i,'. October 13 89..65 ,..00 .Clerk;of the'Circuit,Court, in,and EASIERI! Electric .ranges automatically day.and enjoy tfre blessings Jiameless jj
< October 14 ':85 :70 ,.00 for Palm Beach,,County Florida 5 provide exactly,measured,heat'at fingertip electric cooking. <'_ ',', : '
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(S ,control. -r''' ,
October 15 .8i :65 J2 upon receipt of proof of,Publication I
f'\ 6..8869. ;.00 of this notice, the fictitious SAFER Electricity is IJ__e-free, L.uUDet-__ I. .'The re.are good reasons why .
I.freeforprec1ouspea.ceofmmd.Nodan i
nearly a million Florida families
: October 17 ,87 72 .00 name, to wit: '
er i ) (
have switched to electric cooking. I ,
I' October 18 ::85 ',69 .00 CANAL POINT PHARMACYunder from'open flames. No constant-burning 1 Call your nearest FPL. office and i : ,;r. ,
Normal ;.rainfall,5.04. which I am engaged in,bus pilot light. Safe as an electric'light bulb \ get the facts. f
;S ', ,Oct.1360 rainfall to date 3.60. iness at:Canal Point Florida. -----------___ r '
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': That the party interested in said ,:,. ," U -- It _, ,
\ Lt. .Donald Pickett, is ,expected business is as follows: J

": to arrive in,;Pahokee Jhis weekend KELVIN PAUL S -ikJ t for a visit, with his'mother _Mrs.: Canal Point, ,County of Palm. ;!
i r.f'I \TU Pickett, Jr;, ,and family while Firm Name: 'Canal -,Point ,Phar- F L,: ..RID..A F:O:W' E 'R & L. I/C/ :H T O ;O.M' P A N Y'r bra'' -1
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Mrs. Raymond Caruthers entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mock and Mr. Mr. and Mrs.;. George Ramey were

< at her home in Belle Glade I and Mrs, J. D. Hooks'have returned business visitors at Sandspur Fla.,

I frERS'ONAl NEWS NOTES I with a baby shower and party, hon- J from Sarasota where they at- over the weekend.

: oring her ,sister-in-law, Mrs. Eugene -| tended funeral services. for thetr \

y Caruthers, of P a h 0 k e.e niece Mrs. J. :M. Russ 38,who died Mr. and Mrs. William McCleni-

.' Nwrvvw ---------------- Among those from Pahokee attend-I at her home there Oct. 12 after a than have returned from Tampa I

; S :Mr and Mrs. Lavon Batchelorand Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fraser spent ing were Mrs. Lee Shirley, Mrs. J..long,illness. Services were held Oct- where they were the guest of her

:. family of West Palm Beach the weekend.in,Tampa visiting their Wilkinson, Jr.,Mrs.J. V. Thomas 15. .. sister while he received medical

/ visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. so -tn-law and daughter; Mr.' and ,' Mrs. Ray Hawk Jr., Mrs. treatment at a clinic in that city.

\ c. A. Batchelor In Pahokee and Mrs. Bill Davenport, and" family. 'David Unwin and Mrs.' Horace Un- Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Gilbert of Mrs. Una Peebles has returnedto

;: ,. attended the Walker-Kirk wedding They were accompanied to Tampa win. Chipley are in Pahokee this week
her home in Savannah Ga.,
visiting her brdthers Leo Clarenceand
Belle Glade on Sunday, by their ,granddaughter -Terry I
in after a visit of five weeks here
t Mr. and Mrs;; Wiley Tillis were Ernest Maxwell. and, families
Davenport, who; ;returned home
(, Chairman Jack Spencer will preside 'after a two-week visit with her recent guests of her brother and I and her brother-i 1-I .w and sister, with her brother-in-law and sister
Mr. Mrs. Walter
and L. Boat-
of the Commission Mr. and Mrs.George Mead who recently -
r' at a meeting grandparents ,in Pahokee. r slster-ui-law Mr. And Mrs. H. L.
;' on Missions at the Pahokee moved back to Pahokee wright.
\Jaudon, and at Wauchula.
First Methodist' Church Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. John E. Wilson had I after year of residence in South Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Sappington

t L at 8:30 p. m.t as guests over the weekendMr.. Mrs,Geo.B. Ramey left Wednes- Carolina- and daughter have moved from Pa

and Mrs. J. M. Shaw and daughter day for a few days' visit with her hokee to Clewiston where he is now I
Alice Elaine Hurt celebrated her
: "; ," I. David Hendry Jr., infant 'son of '
: ,Sandra, of Miami. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and employed by the Clewiston police
Mr. and Mrs. David Hendry, gr., ot 16th at
I birthday anniversary a
.! Mrs. Hugh G. Miller HI+ at Green- .
t.;, Pahokee is again at his home in Sam McKinstry Sr., is a patientat acres Estates Rockledge.Mr. luncheon given by her mother,Mrs.

: Pahokee after'three weeks of ser? the 'Everglades' Memorial Hos- Richard F. Hurt at their home m V. Thomas, O. B. McClure, I.

t ious illness at St.' ; 'Hospital pital where he is being treated following and Mrs. Robert Fisher returned Pahokee.'Sixteen guests all school- W. Weeks and W. A. Reynolds rep- \

f' West Palm Beach a' heart attack while work- last week from Tampa ,mates of the honoree were present. resented the Pahokee First MethO-

f' ing on a farm at Pompano Tues- where they attended the national dist Church at the Laymen's Re-
James (Rusty) Hall, who is stationed Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Holman have
day afternoon. convention of carbonatef beverage I treat held at the Methodist Camp
i- by, the U. S. Marine Corps\ manufacturers and distributors. returned from Ozark Ala., where .
Mr. and Mrs. R. R,, (Bob) Hen- I near Leesburg. .
at the New River base in North i they were called by the death of his
r derson have as guests her brother; Mrs. W. E. Blackwell entertained mother, Mrs. M. M. Holman, 87, Miss Kansas Todd returned recently -
has been advanced in
Carolina, ,
rank from'lance corporal to full and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. at the Canal Point,School witha who died,at her home there after a to Canal Point after a week's

" Ben Herndon of Deland. party for her daughter, Diane, on long illness. Services. were at visit with relatives and'friends at
corporal according to word received -
her seventh birthday anniversary. Ozark Oct. 12. McLain :Miss.
rr here from his mother Mrs.
Among those from Pahokee who Diane's second grade class mates "
t Kenneth Hitchcock. Cpl. Hall returned -
attended the Walker-Kirk weddingat were guests..
to the'States in May of this
the First;Baptist Church in Belle
after 18 'months of overseas The Omicron of the
Chapter Sig-
?; year ;[
Glade Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. :1
i> duty at Okinawa.Mr. ma Eta Society of Fine Arts will
Duncan Padgett Mr. and Mrs. R.
n conduct a workshop at the home of : -
and Mrs. Robert Schroder Miss Patsy Batchelor, Mrs. Pearl Santee north of Canal :
r. accompanied by his sister-in-law, Mrs. Bill Shackf ord and Mrs. C. A. Point Monday, Oct. 24.

Mrs. Helen Schroder, spent Sunday Batchelor. Mrs. Wade Ammons of -

at Hypbluxo-with their son and Canal Point also attended.Mr. I Mrs. T. C. Ricks has returned to

daughter-in-law, Mr. 'and Mrs. R. Savannah Ga.. after a visit herewith _
,and Mrs. Ed Bailey and
:.i. W. (Bobby Schroder, and while ,. her sisters, Mrs. J. C. Mock EXPERIENCE1F1ELECT
children of Fort Myers were guests
there helped their granddaughter, and Mrs. J. D. Hooks, and families.Mr. .
over the weekend of her brotherinlaw ,
Tanya Ann celebrate her second
.. and sister, Mr. and' Mrs. L. M. and Mrs. J. L. Tyson, Jr left
Mullis, in Pahokee. Monday for New Orleans where he I
Rhonda :Ann 'Stuart of Indian- will enter the Oschner Clinic for F. KIRK
I Mrs. I. S. Guthrie. who:has been I
town is the guest of,her grandparents medical treatment. The Tyson ,
confined to-her bed with illness for
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stuart I children will be with their grandparents -i
the few weeks, is able to be '
past up SHERIFF
here this week iwhile\her. parents :Mr.' and Mrs. Frank IS l
and around
again. '
,Mr. and Mrs.Clifford H.,Stuart are Fend while their parents are '
32 years law enforcement experience In Palm Beach County
visiting his brother- :1aw'and sister Mr. and Mrs. R.B. Simonson and away. .

Mr: and Mrs. Dick .Haley, in family and Rollo J. Simonson had 16 years as Palm Beach Comity Sheriff .

, Gainesville. ,as..guests, Sunday Mr. ,and Mrs. Thomas Butler was,accompaniedback KIRK has kept pace with modern law enforcement methods. (
to from trip to
Pahokee '
Glenn Brubaker of Lake Worth. '
: Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCurdy of Charleston S. c.br- his .small KEEP KIRK SHERIFF

Gainesville announce the birth of a'son Mr. and Mrs. Jay Salvatore of daughter, Tanya Ann. ," (PoL Ad Authorized by Campaign .Trea*.) -

William Kevin, ,at a hospital Fort Pierce visited Mr. and Mrs. <. I

there on'Sept. 28.The grandparents Robert Hatton;and other:'relatives

are Mr. and Mrs.W D.Howardjuid .jbk Pjihqkee Sunday It

Mrs.,Annette-McC_ uidy...all'-oif: fir. ; .q ...4: ; ;'i'I: G With all of its flash and T.BinI\as i
hokee. r.t. Mr... ; tnd.Mrji. A. I Harrington :f" .
< k j "tf.t..ft. -lK "the.newr3fcrdis': SO' niainteriancefree'ircan r.v
\ Ihaft as guests oyer the weekend Mr. '
Mr. and Mrs. J. H.Bordeaux and'Mrs:'Sidney Prescott of Dania. LET USORD DEALERS save :costs hundreds of dollars in. ';...\

operating alone and end '
this week for a visit with their most

son-in-law and daughter, :Mr.. and Mr. and Mrs.! Lovett McCord of :, bothersome servicing. I. '

.Mrs. O. H. Chastain, at Thomas- Miami visited :Mr. and Mrs. A. R. SHOW YOU THE MOST And Ford's performance rates high.

vile Ga. Chastain here over the weekend., with Wide-Tread, design and sure-footed (

handling'to mitch its choice of 4 '
Kenneth McIntosh and great
Mrs. Annette is Rupert
McCurdy spend-
ing a week with her son and daugh Mock Jr.. students at Florida State MAINTENANCEFREEFORD engine Add the'crisp. new lines of .
Classic '
Ford 1
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles University, Tallahassee, visited styling and you've got a -.

McCurdy; and family in Gainesville their parents in Pahokee. over the trend-setting car that can't be matched
weekend. IN HISTORYBECAUSE at Ford's low price!
before going to'Georgia.for a visit _
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs H. And remember, Ford Dealers were the
S. A. Nail returned to St. Petersburg
Norman. .. first to extend their warranty on '61 cars J

Sunday after spending sever- for 12,000; mild or one full year, which

Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Watkins havereturned al days in Canal Point.He was call ever comes first Ask your dealer for details. ItuurtrROroRnoxEo

from Forsyth Ga., where ed here'last week by the death of 4l

they attended services for his Otis mother-in-law: Mrs. Jessie N. ITS BEAUOTUIiy BUIIT. : TO TAKE CARE OF ITSELF '\tjjI TO TMC CLASSIC FCSO LOOK

mother,'MrsTNell Watkins 81, who, Cross Wrn JoMl This Mhien IMdaI WM authority"Mllted Cwttr IIJ pet H*' \
died at the hospital in Sanford i L'Alta Mode lulUna.to Ole 1MI Fort tor
Mrs. M. P. Stanley has returned fcmcttttMl '.s.Ioa ot classic bwity.,
Flat.; ,., '. i "from a visit with relatives and 1lEAUTWULLY
Mrs. A.,T. Holt and Mrs. Charles! friends in 'Atlanta and Lumpkin,

Maxson: will present the 1 mission Ga. TO TAKE CARE BOUT OF tiv

at the October rrSELFKERE'SHOWLubricates
program meetingof
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Maxson had Y'

the Canal Point Baptist WMU at as guests over the weekend Mr.and y. ...,,M Como Itself.*UM Yea'f UlMMlCtean aer-a
the church Monday. cUaiI........ _
Mrs.,Joe Scroggins of Lake Worth. Its ,.
own elL Vain Ie
Mr' and Mrs Robert Walker had .4JDOQ MUNUtwtMAtflast dlaitsa .. -r-
Ray Singletary is a'pat1ent-at.a Its ewe br..*.. ,
as a last weekend her brother y:. ... .
guest Track sin knkM went u.m .
Palm Beach hospital this .
Mm MM****.
; Bobby Joe former.Pahoke.e < :
week. Guards Its muffler.
: own .
resident now..livjlng- Pa. a- ,, i fwd wom MTBrty tot*y M, ,
amsC'City; Mtn Earl Ct4sman effort. : ,, r, ;a'PreF.cb Its own body.M :
,of Mrs.2Billy- Rogers of vital Mtetedy Mrts ... r.C.
South Bay werecalled: 'to Pahokee proc..WtofMatnat .:1 '

n Tuesday afternoon by the illness of

Classified Ads their father, Sam McKinstry, Sr.

who is receiving treatment at the

Everglades Memorial Hospital fora
HAD A VISITOR! Give 2661. a heart ailment. -
ring and let us know about it
Mrs'Helen Schroder had din-
the ,, as
and we win be 'happy to put
ner guests Tuesday night Mrs.
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\, Of course: there is NO CHARGE. Marty Carstens and granddaughter ,
Bobbie Jo Frank, of West Palm
Thanks. The Everglades News.
Beach. ., .
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Mrs. J. L. McCall able to be 4 n
Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garagein
Belle Glade, Phone 2058. up and around again after being

Oct. 17-54-ch, ill at her home for.10'days.: t
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PRINTING ,OF ALL;. KINDS. If Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Beverly have .
returned to their home in Pahokee'after .
you need cards,envelopes, letterheads '
statements bill heads.handbills spending the summer a-t: 61 GALAXI EBY FORQft
Mountain Tenn. where 'he
or something in the printing City, ,; #<:
operates a vegetable produce business

Jiae The just Everglades step to the News phone at and,Canal call .' through the.;summer: seasons.. ::. SEE IT..DRIVE IT..AT YOUR FORD:DEALER'S TODAY v r1.F ?; ', ,

Point, No 2661. We are experts. in Mr.: and :Mrs: C..B. Stringari had \ ,'; '. ...-'\

producing excellent printing aDd 'as guests over the weekend ,her

our prices-are in line ,with out of brother and sister-in-law,,:Mr. and :-.PAHOKEE. MOTOR COMPANY 'h' :; !

who to the Gabies *"*" .
.town printers come Mrs. Frank Martel of Cofral, >"I, ':? ,':. .
trades for printing busteeae.:Pleasegive sad her mother, Yrs Garnet Mari ; :. FLOBIBA < <. : _+ ;A',"

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Mrs. Raymond Caruthers enter-j Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mock and Mr. Mr.and Mrs.: George Ramey were

tamed at her home in Belle Glade j and Mrs, J. D. Hooks'have returned business visitors at Sandspur, Fla., I

r-i.' ERSONALNESNOTESj I with a baby.shower and party hon- I{ from Sarasota where they at- over the weekend.

> < ? oring her sister-in4aw: Mrs. Eugene | tended funeral services. for their V '

Caruthers, of P a h 0 k e.e niece, Mrs.J. :M. Russ 38,who died Mr. and Mrs. William :McCleni-

.-. ,.. .. -... Among those from Pahokee attend-I at her home there Oct. 12 after a than have returned from Tampa !

) :-Dir and Mrs. Lavon '''Batchelor Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fraser spent ing were Mrs. Lee Shirley Mrs. J..long illness. Services were held Oct- where they were the guest of her

: .> ,, and family of West, Palm Beach the weekend.in Tampa visiting their I H. Wilkinson, Jr.,.Mrs.: J. V. Thomas 15. i sister while he received medical ('

! visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. son-in-law and .daughter; Mr.- and ,' Mrs. Ray Hawk, Jr., Mrs. % i treatment at a clinic in that city.

' .'., XX A. Batchelor in Pahok'ee and Mrs. Bill Davenport, arid family.)'David Unwin and Mrs. Horace Un- Mr. and Mrs. K. L. dilbert of :Mrs. Una Peebles has returnedto

,. .. attended the Walker-Kirk wedding They were accompanied to Tampa win. Chipley are in Pahokee this week
her home in Savannah Ga;,
her brdthers Leo Clarenceand
; In Belle Glade on Sunday. by their ,granddaughter, ,TerryDavenport I ,
after a visit of five weeks herewith
Mr. and Mrs; Wiley Tillis were Ernest Maxwell and families,

t:' Chairman Jack Spencer will pre- after a two-week, ,who; returned visit with home her j recent guests of her'brother and I and her brother-in-law and sister, her brother-in-law and sister, I
Mr. and :Mrs. Walter L. Boat-
':' side at a meeting of the Commis- grandparents ,in Pahokee. j sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Mr. and Mrs.George Mead, who recently .
? sion on Missions at the Pahokee moved back to Pahokee
,Jaudon, and at Wauchula.Mrs .
!f First Methodist' Church Wednes- Mr. and Mrs. John E. Wilson had family I after a year of residence in South and Mrs. R. D. Sappington

_ day at 8:30 p. m. as guests over the weekend. Mr. ,Geo. B. Ramey left Wednes Carolina. ,< and daughter have moved from Pa .

and Mrs. J. M. Shaw and daughter, day for a few days' visit with her hokee to Clewiston where he is now I
,infant .of Alice Elaine Hurt celebrated her
David son
'f Hendry, Jr.
,Sandra, of Miami. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and employed by the Clewiston police
Mr. and Mrs. David Hendry, Sr., ot 16th birthday anniversary at a 1 '
Mrs. Hugh G. Miller,HE, at Green- .
Pahokee, is again at his home Infi Sam McKinstry, BrOIls a patientat acres Estates Rockledge.Mr. luncheon given by her mother,Mrs. department.J.

? {. Pahokee after three weeks of'serious the Everglades' Memorial Hos- Richard F. Hurt, at their home ,n V. Thomas O. B. McClure L

. illness at St. Mary's Hospital, pital where he is being treated following and Mrs. Robert Fisher returned Pahokee.'Sixteen guests, all school- W. Weeks and W. A. Reynolds represented l

R U West Palm Beach. a heart attack while work- last week from Tampa mates of the honoree were present.Mr. the Pahokee First Method

'' ing on a farm at Pompano Tues- where they attended the national dist Church at the Laymen's Retreat -
, James (Rusty) Hall' who is stationed day afternoon.Mr. convention of carbonated beverage and Mrs. M. P. Holman have held at the Methodist Camp

c, by the U. S. Marine Corps manufacturers and distributors.Mrs. returned from Ozark Ala., where .
and Mrs. R. R. (Bob) Hen- near Leesburg. .'
r: at the New River base in North they were called by the death of his

derson have as guests her brother W. E. Blackwell entertained mother, Mrs. M. M. Holman, 87, Miss Kansas Todd returned recently -
Carolina has been advanced in
: full and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. at the Canal Point School with who died at her home there after a to Canal Point after a week's
t: rank from lance corporal to
. corporal, according to word received Ben Herndon, of Deland. a party for her daughter, Diane,on I long Inness. Services were at visit with relatives and'friends at

L her seventh birthday a m1versary.Diane's Ozark, Oct. 12. McLain, Miss.
here from his mother Mrs.
Among those from Pahokee who second grade class mates
Kenneth Hitchcock. Cpl. Hall returned -
attended the Walker-Kirk wedding were guests.
: to,the States in May of this I
at the First Baptist Church in Belle
year after 18 months of.overseas The; Omicron Chapter of the Sig- -
Glade Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.
t duty at Okinawa. ma Eta ociety of Fine Arts will

fY Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Schroder,, F.Duncan'Hurt,Padgett Miss ,Patsy Mr. and Batchelor Mrs. R. conduct a workshop at the home of y... QUA 11:: :
Mrs. Pearl Santee north of Canal
a' accompanied by his sister-in-law, Mrs. Bill Shackford and Mrs. C. A.I I I Point Oct. 24. D:1:1
Mrs. Helen Schroder, spent Sunday Batchelor. Mrs. Wade Ammons of -L BY _

at Hypbluxo.with their son and Canal Point also attended.Mr. I I Mrs. T. C. Ricks has returned to

daughter-in-law Mr. and 'Mrs. R. Savannah Ga., after a visit here
Ed and
,and 'Mrs. Bailey
W. (Bobby) Schroder, and while with her sisters Mrs. J. C. Mock W.REELECT
children of Fort Myers were guests .
there helped their granddaughter, and Mrs. J. D. Hooks, and families.
over the weekend of her brotherinlaw -
Tanya Ann, celebrate her second t
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Tyson, Jr, left
birthday anniversary.
Mullis, in Pahokee. Monday for New Orleans where he j jj

Rhonda Ann 'Stuart of Indian- will enter the Oschner Clinic for JOHN F. KIRK
Mrs. L S. Guthrie, who has: been
town'is the guest of.her grandparents medical treatment. The Tyson j I
confined to-her bed with illness for
Mr. and Mrs. C. I.. Stuart, children will be with their grand-
the past few weeks, is able to be up SHERIFF
I l lS2'year
here ,this week\whiIe"her\ parents and around again parents, Mr,- and, Mrs. Frank
Mr. end Mrs Clifford H.Stuart are Fend while their parents are .
law enforcement experience in Palm Beach County
visiting his brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs.R.B. Simonson and away. .

Mr and, Mrs. Dick 'Haley, in family and Rollo J. Simonson had 16 years as Palm Beach Comity Sheriff .
Gainesville.Mr. ,as..guests Sunday Mr. and, Mrs.Glenn Thomas Butler accompanied KIRK has kept pace with modern law enforcement methods.
back to Pahokee, from a trip to '
Brubaker of Lake Worth. '
and Mrs. Charles McCurdy of Charleston S. CX, by his small KEEP KIRK SHERIFF

Gainesville announce the birth of a Mr. and Mrs. Jay Salvatore' of daughter, Tanya Ann.. (Pol. ,Ad Authorized by Campaign .Treas.) -

son, William Kevin, ,at a hospitalthere Fort Pierce visited Mr. and Mrs. :, ,

,on Sept.28.The grandparents Robert; Hatton and ,other 'relatives -

are Mr. and Mrs.W D.Howard and .jn,Pahokee. Sunday. I "

Mrs. Annette.McCurdy,, all' :-ot.j ar *,: : ... 4: i li.. .d Witli'all of its flash DeL T Bird\dash' 1
\ Mr. Jand, Mrjn: A. Bl: Harrington ;; 'tho ; .
hokee. /
M : / = .'Pord:
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-rj M" :a e,heW' $0' hiaintenahce-free'ir' 1U ,
,liar as guests,over the weekend Mr. LET ,
Mr. and Mrs. J.'H. Bordeauxfieft' and( .''Mrs:'Sidney Prescott of Dania., USlORD' DEALERSSHOW can save :you hundreds of dollars in :' .

this week for,'a visit with' their operating roosts alone and end most "

son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Lovett McCord of i :, bothersome servicing. .

.Mrs. O. H. Chastain,, at Thomas- Miami visited :Mr.. and Mrs. A. R. I; YOU. THE MOSTMAINTENANCEFREE And Ford's performance rates high

vIDe Ga. Chastain here over the weekend. I j with Wide-Tread design and sure-footed \

I I handling"- match its choice of 4 great
Kenneth McIntosh and Rupert
Mrs. Annette McCurdy is spending -
i engineS: Add the'crisp, new lines of
a week with her son and daugh- Mock, Jr., students at Florida State

ter-in-law, Mr. and :Mrs. Charles 'University; Tallahassee; visited ., Classic Ford styling and you've got a /' 1
their parents in Pahokee over the trend-setting car that can't be matched --
McCurdy,and family in Gainesville
before going Georgia for a visit I weekend.. ORD' IN HISTORY at Ford's low price! .

with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.H. And remember, Ford Dealers were the ,
S. A. Nall returned to St. Peters
C. Norman. ; first to extend their warranty on 6l cars I
,burg Sunday after spending sever- for 12,000; miles or one full year, which.evereomafiaGAskyourdalafordeails.

Mr. and Mrs.D. B. Watkins have al days in Canal Point.He was call- I

.retlU'J1edfrom Forsyth Ga., where ed here last week by the death of r

they attended services for his 3iis mother-in-law, Mrs. Jessie N. BECAUSE' ITS BEAimFUIiy BUm. : TO TAKE CARE OF ITSELF KMrnnnivi THE CLASSIC PROPOKTONCDTO FORD LOOKbttwiMtloiMl .

mother Mrs. Nell Watkins. 81, who Cross TAIs fMhioit tr.dal.was prmM.d lit 5.. .
authority Cntr per
died at' 'the hospital in Sanford .., L'AKa Modi lull***,to the tMI F.rd for
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:Mrs. M. P. Stanley has returned functional xpc loii el cI. b *uty.BEMmruuv ,

FIa:10ct.13, ,f.' .. from a visit with relatives and

.Mrs. A.T. Holt and Mrs. Charles friends in 'Atlanta and Lumpkin,

Maxson: will present the mission Ga. J TO TAKE CAKE BOUT Of *.

program October meeting
Mr.and Mrs. Russell Maxson had .
Lubricates Itself.MBy. .,... _
of the Canal Point Baptist WMU at as guests over the weekend Mr.and < ft 30.000 __ ...... .
the church aOoOL _
Monday. Mrs.'Joe Scroggins of Lake Worth. Clews Its own.oil.Votfl '.
Mr'and Mrs Robert Walker had ,4 Aoo MUM......dunm: __ r ,
Ray Singletary is a';:patient a '' AdJasts Its own It.qs. I
as a guest last weekend her brother : ';i N.. .Tra*S n krahw Mint .*. ,
West. Palm Beach : this
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,.Bobby Joe Sanders, f ormerj.Pahokee ; j : lii;
week. ,: ', 1! Guards Hs own Doll..,. fi' .
, resident now. living hiamaCity }?,an- ;. :: ;, ., fart ..m.n....., tat Qtr_, (
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: .Mrs..Earl Crnssman of..Fort Lauderdale -' .:,. ,-.IIIrL .
Protects Its own body. ...
of MrsjBilly. Rogers ,of r Al tit* Mtekody MrtsprocMMrf x.r ,t.
I South Bay were called to Pahokee { to rwa/rant ,:I

Tuesday afternoon by the illness of ,

Classified Ads their father, Sam McKinstry, Sr.,
s who is receiving treatment at the

IwVwMM Everglades ;Memorial Hospital for

HAD A VISITOR Give 2661 a a heart ailment

ring and let us know about it
I Mrs Helen Schroder had din-
the as
and we will be nappy to put

I .item in our personal news column.Qf ner guests Tuesday night Mrs.

\,. course, there is NO CHARGE. Marty Carstens and granddaughter -
Bobbie Jo Frank of West Palm
Thanks. The Everglades News.
Beach. 1-vAy4a ,
FOB,SALE New and used Willys i4 !
:Mrs. J. L. :McCall is able to be ;
Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garagein
3058. up and around again after being}
Belle Glade Phone '..
Oct. 17-54-ch. ill at her home for 10 days Isf

:PRINTING ,OF ALL KINDS. If Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Beverly have

you need cards,'envelopes letterheads .returned to their home in Pahokee.
bill handbills after spending the summer &t bl GAlAXIE-BY
statements, heads FORD .
or something 'in the printing Mountain City, Tenn., where he
operates a vegetable produce business -
ttae just step to the phone and call "
through the.summer seasons. SEE IT..DRIVE IT..AT YOUR FORD-DEALER'S TODAY 'F.D.A.F.'
The Everglades News at ,Canal .e

Point No 2661. We are experts in Mr.and Mrs. C.B. Stringari had

producing excellent printing and as guests over the weekend her
our prices'are in line with out of brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and COMPANY )
town printers who: come' to the Mrs. Frank Martel,of Coral Gables -:' I
Giades for business.Pleaseglue ) Garnet Mar- PAHOKEE.! FLORIDAV'
printing, and her mother. '
ua a call.;Phone 266L tel, of Lauderdale by the Sea. '! .-' ...- < _,'


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I Friday, October 21, 1960 The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Page F1ve

, 'Miss Janet,Kirk Wed Legion Convention,

To W Robt. WalkerMiss In Miami Beach ,. .

: Janet Ruth Kirk, daughterof MIAMI=Sixty-thousand "space I

Mr. andMrs. Ralph Kirk of age" Legionnaires are converging
Belle Glade, and William Robert on:Miami Beach for the'42nd annu-

(Robbie) Walker, Jr., son of Mr.: al American Legion,Convention.,It
and Mrs. W. R. Walker of Pahokee, promises be the biggest and best

were married,Sunday high noon ever. (
in the First Baptist ,Church at For at least five, days betweenOct.

Belle Glade, with the Rev. Sam,S. 15 and 20 the delegates will

Hill, pastor, officiating at the make history as they hear: from FLORIDAS WILDLIFE AS SEEN AT
:r double ring ceremony. presidential candidates Nixon and, ; .

The bride, given in marriage by Kennedy, parade down Washington I WEEK! WACHEE (SPRING OF THE LIVE MERMAIDS) ON US 19
her father, worn a white silk' organza Avenue and take up important issues ,
gown of street length featuring of this election year. / I

:. cap sleeves.appliqued Her lace shoulder-length medallions and been Importance undescored of the by missle the' Defense age has I 0o h\n n noonnn re! j jlN 1 1r

veil,was attached to a tiara of Department's agreement to display odo

seed pearls. She carried a nosegayof inany of its rockets,.'including the I'
white rose buds with satin Thor, the Polaris and others in
. streamers, centered with a white front of the Miami Beach Convention t
; orchid. Hall. j ..
t Miss Sonya; Figueroa, the bride's Additional speakers who will be

; only attendant, wore a street- heard by the delegates will include
length dress of pink silk organdy FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover, Dr.
t with pink accessories and carried George K. C. Ten, ambassador of rV
I'I'a' of pink rosebuds. I the Republic of China, and MartinB. a

f William Robert Walker,; ,Sr., McKneally, who will deliver'his
served as his son's best man: John National Commander's report.

Schlechter and W. E. ,Schlechterh I Local civic leaders predict the Yt .
h were ushers. convention will give the Gold -
'r I Mrs. Kirk chose for her daught- Coast's fall and winter season a Dig I.' '
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er's wedding a two-tone blue silk -arid much needed-extra boost. ,..-
_ ... dress with royal blue accessories .. I I.,.
\+; and a corsage of tangerine!' mums. L : 1 cMi : 5 J,

: Mrs. [Walker\ the bridegroom's Sorority Honors -5

mother, wore a moss green dress THE J&1 IS OMNIVEROUS, .

r corsage of tangerine mums. city council of the Beta Sig- WITH A WElL PfeVELDPEO UTTIE FINSERS LARGE FEET ALLOW 1HEM 10 WALK ON LILY PADS WHERETHEY
(. Thereception: following,the ceremony OH TOE WINGS WHICH HAVE A'ClAW
r ma Phi Sorority entertained Wednesday -: AQUATIC INSECTS AND CRUSTACEANS WHICH THEY
held in the recreationhall
of the church, with ladies of afternoon at the -home of PRERIStORIC-ANGEsIoRs11IE INCHESANP

f' the church, hostesses Mrs. Helen Jean Boynton with, a I fltlNS UZA P%FROM WWCH ALL HIS COLOR IS MOSTLY BUCKISH. HIS FOREHEAD IS COVERED .

( For:the wedding trip to the:East ,Coke party honoring the five I WWS cE>;vEtoiYROf ... BY A SHIELD AT THE BASE OF HIS BILL TO PROTECT, HIM FROM T ',a awl

t' .Coast the .bride ,changed to a forest ,- pledges of the Beta Omicron Chap I H/TCliED/ DEY' SHARP REEDS WHILE SEARCHING // :

t ,green,,silk, two-piece.suit with ter: Mrs. Marian Hatton Mrs. LEAVE THE NEST FOR FOOD.
matching accessories., Ruth Ann Zimmerman, Mrs. Sylvia "'

s The couple will make their home Elliott, Mrs. Laura Hatton and I '. .

in the Stringari Apartments, Canal :Miss Lynette Hammond. :Membersof I1 -". t
. Point. Mr. Walker is employedat the Xi Alpha Mu and the Xi Beta \\1 :. '.

: the USDA field station In Canal Tau Chapters, as well as Beta f!
" Point. =Omicron,were guests. .: I
I Mrs. Barbara: Branch sang songs a
kr Residues of Beta Sigma Phi, accompanied at .
I the piano by Miss Jan Plumer. The I II p iW t

, Point Up Necessary history the sorority,both national K '--
and.loeal, was reviewed by Mrs.l : J;.
Reading Labelsv I Evelyn Lair. Beta Sigma Phi tra- TR w ;
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v Americans have-become alarmed ditions were given by Mrs. Evelyn i IS BUILT OF DRIED REEDS AND GRASSES'MD TIED TO UYING, REEDS I S):
j Lair.Background piano music was .
; over recent discussions of.pesticide played by Miss Dottie Lair and I ; .
residues, the ,amount of chemicals Miss Jan Plumer, daughter of sO-' 3 BY .
L left on.food crops'or livestock folr rority members. I EGGS MUST NOT GET WET ORlJIEY will NOT JIA H.INE E66S NUMBER"I ;

: S lowing harvest or slaughter., The committee in' charge of arrangements fROM 6 TO 12 ARE BUFF WHITE AND SfiftRSELY SPOTTED WITH BROWN. 1i

., It would be desirable, of course, included Mrs. Norma ... r
' to produce crops without using Aldridge, chairman, Mrs. Lois I .

chemical: pesticides. _Unfortunately White, Mrs. Betty Waits, Mrs. Eatern Star In I WEEK OF PRATER
,however,. insects and diseases are Janet Johnson and Mrs. Helen Jean The Canal Point:Methodist Wom ?I
80 prevalent that our food supply Boynton. Approximately 45 guests First Me.et Of SeasonMrs. an's Society of Christian Service
will observe a week of prayer and I
t would not be nearly as attended.
, I Mabel Young presented a ,
: would be JrJ self-denial, Oct. 25-31. The' church
in fact, probably even
I special program at the first meet- will be each the
requirements open day during i
much below normal "
I Ing of the season of the Pahokee S
I -If: no pesticides were used.,Since Reduction'Of Gas Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Mathis, week, with for a WSCS"together members worship"scheduled I I

they must be used, pesticides must I Tax Is Studied honoring Mrs. Freda: McEwan of of Stuart announce the arrivalofa on '
be used with, caution 'so they.will I West Palm Beach, grand secretaryof daughter, Pamela Aim, at the .Mrs.Friday C.at L.8 p.Stuart m., according spiritual life to ;
protect and animals and not Belle Glade Memorial Hospital on
crops The scheduled the.Florida Grand Chapter, OES, of :
JACKSONVILLE chairman, who is in charge arrangements.
harm the/people/ who eat the crops : one-cent reduction in the fed- and past grand matron. The pro- October 15. The mother is the \I
or the meats. former Miss Louise StroebeL 1
gram theme, featuring a rainbow
tax next June 30 will
. Much has been said about tolerances eral gasoline with a pot of gold'was carried out Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cook (Norma -- ".
increase of more than $225 '
I r of residues allowed by lair bring an bu the star:.stations. Introduced by Anderson) 6f Pahokee an- MAC BARFIELD IN SHELL
million in funds available for '
but little;has;been said explaining ; :nation's a year interstate .highway Mrs.: Flora Nix; 'conductress, Mrs.: nounce the birth of a daughter, Patricia STATION IN CANAL POINTMac )

'< that the legal tolernaces.have been I construction-the the Florida McEwan.gave a brief,talk,and was Ann at the Everglades Memorial : I Barfield is the new operator .. ..'
I program,
. set up,'with' an 'enormous safety i Petroleum Council noted today. presented with a corsage. V1sit-1 i Hospital, Oct. 14. of the Shell Station on 17S441 in ;'
factor. ors included several I Mr. and Mrs., James Duncan Canal Point, having succeeded John ':!
f The fact that ,a particular crop YHighway construction.- benefit 'of- 'the Belle Glade aid West Palm 'I (Rita Wrenn) of Pahokee announcethe Stanford.who moved to South Bay \.
j not suffer, expiration
exceeds xthe legal tolerances does I ** I Beach 41; Chapters; birth of a song Kenneth Lee this week where he 'takes over op:1,!
the temporary .gasoline levy, .
at the Everglades Memorial Hos-
not necessarilymean' that eating Chairman John F. White pointed eration of an independent station ':
the foodjwiltfj-eeult. ; J fn any {harm.f Shirley Decorates pital, Oct.-16.: there. Mr. Barfleld formerly ope'o''
put 'tMrand Mrs. Don Adams (Fran- rated the Standard
just j jno'rth
True ,most pesticides are poison, thatwhen
f not'they i*., "Congress, 'haa,, provided, Front. With Bloats ces Wilson) of Alexandria, Va., an- of'the school house in Canal
but poisonous//55v/,/ ; ;are the federal'tax: ,'drops backrto !
--- the birth of Point
nounce a daughter -
t > of but closed it a feW' weeks ;
forspurpresentrate t
necessary """ 'f thieece._ nte T;_? $802 milliona Tiyefr; t-.ot.7tti e" 'P/fiee'occupied Donna 'at'ah Alexandria hospital, ago and took a Job in Indiantowh t
production. 'year.'faj: autozhOtive'excise taxis bY'S1iirl Y>Bre4hers.tlnc,.near the Oct'9. Mr. and'Mrs. W. 3.',Adams where he worked,until this.week. > :
I Because they are poison, extreme that'no* go into the General.Fund sugar mill-'railroad crossing be- of Pahokee are the paternal grand He invites his friends to visit him :
has been taken to'ln.sure that
care of1 the U. S.,Treasury will then be tween Canal Point..and Pahokeehas parents. ':Mr.,and, Mrs. Frank Wil- in his new location. !I II
harmful amounts are' not.left. onfood Thisis
f earmarked for roadbuildtng. taken on a new look. Decora- son of Canal Point the maternal
plants, and animals., While well over $225 million'more than I .
tive concrete blocks were used this grandparents: have gone to Alexandria I
they admit the basic idea of protec- now comes, from the' temporary' week to build a completely new for a visit with their daughter UKLNLti LOSES FINGERH.

tion for the consumer is good one-cent gasoline levy, according front, thereby serving' as a sun and. family. C. Graham, engineer at the I
too much emphasis has been placed to House Report 1120 precented In screen and adding beauty to the .. Pahokee waterworks plant severed I f
f on the fear of.pesticide residues. the last session of Congress" he front. The blocks are just'a sampleof GLEE CLUB SINGS/
the index finger of his right handin I
noted. the'many decorative block The Pahokee High School Glee
Boatacade,:DrawsMany'Enthusiasts He pointed( out that no new,legislation -. styles 'available 'at: 'the popular Club gave its first public performance an unusual accident while start'I.
ing a power mower, He,had tied a ,
is needed to effect this .a-
Shirley Brothers concrete and of the season with the presentation -
small wrench to the starter
t crease since the law passed by: ready-mix;: plant. The work of lay of a 30-minute programof !
for use aa a grip, when he pulled t
Congress'and signed by the President ing the blocks was done by a'mast- songs at the high school assem-
Amongthose who, are' taking made provisions for the ihtei I er craftsman, Leonard Maxsbn of bly. Jan Plumer'' was the piano the cord, starting the motor the 1 I
part in the annual Kissimmee River state system's financing after the Canal Point. accompanist.This year's Glee Club, cord tangled in the flywheel and I
from his hand with i
'Boatacade this week, Tuesday expiration of the added gasoline >m mm directed by Miss Ellen Morgan was yanked
such force that the wrench cut off j
through Friday, are Mr. and Mrs. GIRL SCOUTS. ORGANIZE has .voices. .
Jack' Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Paul tax.Under terms of the legislation.. Members of Pahokee Girl Scout I his finger. ,,,\

daughter, .Mlflfl.Faith. Sasser, ,Mr excise tax on new cars- and $112 leader, Mrs. J. T Boynton to organize Mr.'and'Mrs.Lloyd Hundley entertained PATIENTS AT HOSPITAL .-
and Mrs. James Smith. Mrs. Alma million from taxes automobile for the coming year, elected at their home on ,Bacom Among theLpatients at the Everglades -

}. Farrow, Mrs. Mice :Okie, Milton parts will go to the highway fund Ruthelle Vandegrift, White Stal- Point Road with a coffee. Guests Memorial Hospital Tuesdaywere

I' Wilson. Joe ,Usher and Donnell instead of the' General 'Fund as of lion Patrol leader: Kathy Boynton I II were Mr.and Mrs IL.M. McIntosh Slade Turbevflle, Mrs. Ger-
Hall. Entertainment' highlights:.In Julyl. Lucky Clover r'Patrolleader; Wanda -i I Mr..and Mrs. Leo Maxwell, Mr. and 'trude Burney, Mrs. Mamie Prince,
\ ,eluded a dance and barbecue at:the This money, he said, represents'part Gail Sims, troop,treasurer; and Mrs. Hugo Bee, Mr. and Mrs. R. Miss Peggy Turner, Miss Cane
City of Kissimmee Wednesday of the $L'1'ba. \ year !n II Beverly Wilkinson, scribe. Susan B SunonsoR, Mr and Mrs; George Singletary Miss Betty Clark John
,night and,a barbecue at CJewteton automotive taxes which is currently Todd assisted Mrs. Boyaton as aasLstaat limey. M s.'J; hn T. Ftckett and Chandler,Herman Austin, Patricia

I this Friday,night.: .,t diverted from highways.* troop leader. Miss Julia MathbL Hirst and Sam McKinstry, Srv ,.

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Garden Club( 'Meet. New President In

: Woman's Club Meet "
Held In PahokeeMrs.

The Pahokee Woman's Club at

,the first business luncheon meet-
Ivan Van Horn of Belle : ing of the season, held at the club
Glade demonstrated the making of house Wednesday of last week with

5 artifical grapes for decorative the new president :Mrs. B. R. Mos-

I purposes with paraffin at the I ley presiding, voted to participatein

I October meeting ,of the Pahokee the international good-will let

Garden Club held Tuesday at the .'ter-writing plan that is being directed -
home of Mrs. Jess M. Elliott with for the Florida Federation

The,Pahokee Church The Church Of God Canal: PointBaptist Mrs. Frank Friend, president presiding of Woman's Clubs by Mrs. Frank

\ Mrs. Elliott. demonstratedthe Filewicz of Largo. The also
Of The Nazarene Of Prophecy; Pahokee ChurchRev. making poinsettia blossoms voted to contribute '25 group cents per

Charles D. Stewart Pastor _with liquid plastic. member to the FFWC State and
71 Bacom Point Road
Canal Point Road SUNDAY It was announced the Pahokee national convention fund.
j Charles F. CrausweH, Par John H. Kinard, pastor I Club, together with the Belle Glade It announced club will
882 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School I was the
Phone 7528 P. 0. Bar '
10:00 a.,, m.-:Sunday School and Canal Point Clubs, will jointly
SUNDAY SERVICES: I 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship donate the use of its clubhouse to
11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service II sponsor 'Course One of Flower ,
; 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School. 6:30 p. m.-Training--Union. any organization wishing to sponsor -
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service '7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship/ Show Techniques at Belle Glade the Cancer Work Day at Pa-
i 6:30 m.--JU IoJL 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V;L. B. WEDNESDAY: Oct. 2728. The course will be con- hokee during the coming year. Instead *

7:00 p.pv.m. Sunoay Evening 8:00 p.: m. Thursday W. M.B. 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. ducted at the Belle Glade Woman's of serving hot meals at the

1 r*'; Evangelistic Service. Everyone welcome Special music Club with sandwich luncheons at club luncheons, as has been the

I:" WEDNESDAY: .and singing. Christian Science noon. Examination for those who custom in the past, it was voted to

7:30 m.-Midweek Prayer wish to qualify as, flower show have sandwich luncheons with two
p. -
C.\ meeting. Group Of Canal Point judges will be held Oct. 29, hostesses members to bring sandwiches ,

i "Where you are a stranger but The.Methodist Church Plans were made to attend tie and the hostesses to furnish
The practical significance for,today District 10 meeting of the Federation
onceVI cold drinks, coffee and dessert
i Canal Point Florida of Christ Jesus victory over of Garden Clubs in the Glades Mrs. M. P. Stanley outlined pro- I

death will be brought out at,Christian Office Building, Nov. 16. Luncheonwill gram plans for the next three meet .
First Methodist Robert Pastor '
Shelley, Science churches Sunday in be at Jameson Hall, with Belle ings.

Church PahokeeRev. SUNDAY: the Lesson-Sermon entitled "Pro Glade Club members acting as .
10:00 Church School .... I
a. m.- I "
.-i bation After Death hostesses. Mrs. R. B. Simonson is i-
"-""" 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Scriptural readings will include in charge of luncheon reservations
.T. C. O'SteeiT 6:30 .Youth Fellowship I ...._ Charm School
SUNDAY p. the following: "Now when Jesus I]'AU.L LUC"" 'P ahokFe Club. .
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship wds risen early the first day of II Plans w remade ,for a "Christ- "
... 9:45 a.'m.-Church School MONDAY: Scheduled Pahokee -
the week, he appeared first to mas Wreath" program at the No-
a. mi-Morning Worship I
Youth Choir
6:45 nv-:MYF 3:15p.m.- practice Mary Magdalene, out of whom he vember meeting, members to bring
TUESDAY Miss Alice Bell returns to Paho
7:45 p. m Evening Worship : had cast seven devils. After-- wreaths for judging and discus-
TUESDAY; 8:00 p. m.Woman'sSociety ward .he appeared unto the eleven sion. Mrs. H. M. McIntosh will be kee to again conduct her Charm

;, 7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac- MONDAY; 1st Tuesday2nd : as they sat at meat, and upbraidedthem I in charge. and :Fashion School under the sponsorship -.
ticeWEDNESDAY' with their unbelief and hardness Co-hostesses with Mrs. Elliott at of the Xi Alpha Mu chapterof
7:30 Esther Class
: p..m. meeting of heart, because they believed the sandwich luncheon at noon
WEDNESDAY the Beta Sigma Phi. Mrs. Joan
7:45 p. m.-M1d-week devotions ; not them which had seen him were Mrs. X: T. Platt .Mrs. J. S.
8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac- 7:30 p..m.' .-Prayer. Meeting after he was risen" (Mark 16:9. Chastain,Mrs. C.M Todd and Mrs.E. Tucker, president, announces that
tice. Ij 14). A,Jensen the school will be held at the Elk's

I j .--t St Mary's Catholic From "Science and Health with ..- Club on Monday and Tuesday October -

Canal Point First ChurchFather Key to the Scriptures" by Mary SUNDAY SERMON, 24th and 25th. Ladies who are
Baker Eddy this will be read (46: Dr. Henry W. Blackburn of West interested in attending the course

,Baptist Church ;20-24): "Jesus' unchanged physical I Palm Beach,. superintendent of the may choose either 9:30 to 11:30 a.'

I Francis Fennech, Pastor condition after what' seemed to be West Palm Beach District of'Methodist m. or 8:00 to 10:00 p. m. to attend.

Elder R.E.Barf ield i Sunday Mass-- 11:30 a.,m. death was followed,'by his exalta- Churches, will deliver the The charge for the course of two

,., SUNDAY: ,:T '1' t Confessions before :Mass. tion above all material conditions; sermon at the evening worship service -I sessions is $5.00.'

'10:00: a.m.-Sunday School ';A : ,and this exaltation' explained his of the First Methodist Church This year the teenage course will

11:00 a. m.-orntDg Worship I Statement Required by the, Act of ascension, and revealedunmistakI Sunday, ,following which he will I be sponsored jointly with the Future -

*'" ,. 7:00 p.'m.-B. T. C. Aigust24, 1912, Amended, by the ably a probationary and, preside,at the quarterly conferenceto Homemakers Club of Pahokee
8oop. nw-Evening Worship Acts of March'3, 19X3 July 2, 1946 and sive state beyond the v p'rogreS-1 be held by members of the High 'School. As a Service project;
WEDNDESDAY: Jnne 11?1960 (74 Stat208)) Showing Church. Xi Alpha Mu gave the FHA girls
the 'Ownership, 'MaDa&cment114 t
the opportunity to sell the tickets
7:30 ni. MIdweekTPrayer
p. : Circulation of .. ..
'" Service The. Everglades News, published Song: Is Writtej J, to teenage girls and in return win
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2nd,and 4th TUESDAYS: weekly at Canal PointFlorida for Todd .Enroll in Alice Bell's Charm and be given half of the money from .
By Mrs. 'C.& Fashion School Xi their The course Js
7:30 p. m;-Ladies Auxiliary October, I960. j sponsored by. tickets. teenage
; ,:Meeting. State of Florida. ) Alpha Mu October 24th and 25th. given from 4.30 to 5:30: p. m. andis -
> .. County- Palm Beach )) ss. Mrs: Uldene Todd of PahoHee, Call 7365. Oct21c $2.50 for the two sessions. .

That the name and addresses of the i who has written words and musicto .
Sfc Peter's Lutheran I ... ...... .
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several published songs, has received '..; ....' ;
Publisher; Paul Rardln.. Canal Point. "
Church Belle Glade Florida. word that'one her'song :
', j I Editor: Paul Rardin. Canal Point, written especially for, a mission :
--- Florida.
,August Koerber, Pastor That the owner v Is Paul Rardln. Canal program 'of the Woman's Societyof WOW OPEN I
Point Florida. Christian Service has been accepted -
'601 W.Lake Rd., Belle Glade That the known bondholders mortg- ,
SUNDAY:,, agees and other security holders own- for use by the doctors and
I_" Divine" 'Services 11,A. Y.t total Ing or amount holding of 1 bonds per cent mortgages or more of or nurses of the mercy ship, S. S.I t for Bowling -
School 9:45 A...M. other'securities are:'NONE. Hope, which is being outfitted in'1San
". ... That the average number of copies Francisco for: a good will,tour But you'll have to.excuse our parkingarea.
\ .. of each Issue of this publlcatlu sold or : ,
/ of. Indonesia and Southeast Asia .
Holy-Nativity I other-tae to bring hope and relief to the sick .
twelve months proceeding the date
Episcopal Church shown above as 369. and. disabled natives of that area.
I Due to inclement weather we'vebeen ,
; Pahokee Paul Rardin. After reading a newspaper arti- .
Editor and Owner. cle about the proposed of unable to
voyage .
t I Sworn M. ,Wendell Hainlih; Vicar 18th day of, October 1960. the S.: S. Hope, Mrs..Todd wrote to

?:' t SUNDAYr .. __.' (Notary- Public Seal" .)JOHN, D. ROGERS Dr. William B. Walsh,heart spec- o Watch For Our Big Grand Opening ,
ialist of Washington, D. C.,,directorof :
10 a. m.-Sunday School. Uy Commiselon'Bzplres Feb. 23. 1962.
!. 11 a. xn..Worship Service .. the'expedition, offering the use
'1 j .-.-. of Her song which was entitled, : GladesBOWLING Lanes16LANES

l'" First' BaptistChurch Senior' Girl Scout "Southeast Asia.!' In reply Dr.

Walsh told her that the ship's personnel "
Pahokee was having to plan its own -
Highway 80, soutij-on the Bend-Belle Glade -
:.r ... _': programs ,of entertainment and r r _., -
SUNDAY SERVICHS: Pahokee Senior Girl Scout! Troop "We think your- song might be a

-9:45a.: .m.-Sunday School 38 at Jthe meeting.Wednesday even- .welcome' addition:to- the reper- ,,, .
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship ing in the Johnson Clinic. 'with:Mrs. torie." I -I rI
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'6:45: p.m.-Training Union EvjC Johnson, leader voted to The song was written in.Decejn- -

8:00p: m.-Evening Worship paint..and .redecorate the room at ber, .1956._ ,, and,sung,by :Mrs. Hugh
" WEDNESDAY the First Methodist Church which Branch on a WSCS program relating -

I'<', 8:00 p. m.-Prayer. Meeting has been loaned bv' the Church to to mission.work in Southeast i7 .. .
l .i the.Girl Scouts for Scout.use.Work Asia at the'Pahokee First Methodist -

f\+ Church God days, were planned for Thursday; Church. Mrs. Todd former: office N
\. Of ,. afternoon following school and secretary of the Pahokee J lflO'J, Ill} fTR Tlf/DB,

.Barf ield Highway Friday starting at 10.a. m. ,Jann Chamber of Commerce, has been a .!

f. __ Pluiner is in charge of. .arrange resident of Pahokee since the, pioneer "
t.i 9/45 ,A. M.-Sunday School ments. days and is very active in '

: 11:00''Ai: M.Morning Worship Jann gave.a report on the meet- church work., Her: husband, C. :M. OWNED AND OPERATED BY MORE THAN I

7:00 P. ,M.-L. W. W. B. (Parsonage 4ngof the.Girl Scout Council which Todd- manager of the Pahokee 120 FLORIDA CATTLEMEN 1

iw : ) she and,Heather Reed attended recently State Farmers Market is an
7.3flTP.:; M.- -Evening Worship in West 'Palm Beach as author. WE WORK FOR THE,BEST MARKET INTERESTS OF I

':. _' 1..3OP.tt; Tuesday-Prayer MeetI Troop.38:representatives The troop .- tm CONSIGNORS AT ALL TIMES .. I

ar tog voted to start its ChritmasPrQj ,CARD OF 'THANKS
l( :7:80' P. M.' Friday-Children's around.the first ofNovember.Near The, family of Mrs.: Jessie N. WE ADVERTISE FOR COMPETITIVE BUYER PARTICIPATION
Cross would like to take this
the'close'of the meeting the three opportunity -
r 7SO P,,M. Friday. -T. P.E. patrols met separately to discuss to thank our many MARKET WHERE ALL BUYERS. BUY WITH I

" If. activity plans. friends and neighbors for their CONFIDENCE
: LIGHT BULB SALE GOING thoughtfulness and kindness during -

e-' FOB'pABOKEE'LIONS FFA INITIATION the illness and death of our Glades Livestock Market "Ass'n

K The:Pahokee Lions Club is sellIng The annual initiation of Green loved one" Each and every act of

;.\ light:bulbs this week as a part Hands into the Pahokee Chapter. kindness will long be remembered. ON PAHOKEE-BELLE GLADE ROAD
:' ofla county-wide 'drive to raise Future Fanners of America,will be The Family of

Surds for: the, Lions sight fund. held;Monday, Oct. 24. The class Ofl I Mrs.Jessie N, Cross PHONE WY 6-9638 GEORGE YOUNG, MANAGER

':4: Members of the club will be.calling 20,to be,initiated .will increase ... J ,

OH:'yptvso.the-re,1s'an opportunity, membership of the chapter to 52, Alice Bell's Charm: and Fashion SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.
&';< ':" ': tot yea, to ,ase&t In a worthy according.to N( Norman chapter -I School is:the answer to.self confi .." .. .. ,
t'. .' caE>hee: "' advisor. dence.Call Pahokee 7365. Oct. 21c, Jt*mum/if,Tr

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Page Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday October 21, I960 I
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U.S..S.C. President- ;i group now investigating bid practices eligible to cast their ballots for I to support other measures such as I I Order Harmonia Lodge 138; Scottish t

,k." ., __ in state highway construc- both groups in electing their rep- adequate flood control and drainage Rites Commandary Maid

tion; has served as a member of the resentatives. extnesion and improvement of Shi-ing Temple and the Palm Beach f I.
it'. (continued from page 1) | committee the
S stabilzer' legislative appropriations county's road and bridge sys- County Shrine Club. _

,.;, sugar cane growing as a of since 1955 and will likely be Ken Foster SeekS- tem, adequate protection for water-: A member of the First Presby-
-- of the agricultural economy
, : thst'Cuba's named to 'that group again during ways and beaches and.the develop- terian Church in-West Palm Beach, i
) Glades vegetbale growers, now -
r. quota has been suspended the coming session. (continued from page 1) ment of more state and county he resides with his wife Virginiaand

' sugar Roberts is credited with drafting sion's airport committee, a group parks and recreational areas. daughter Susan on North
", and part of this quota maybe
the first major legislation designed pushing for new industries at International "Our county must continue to Flagler Drive. :
S reallocated to South Florida : :
R l- ,to provide better housingfor Airport. grow and progress/* Foster said, ..

. growers., migrant workers. In his assign- Though he is the recognized "but this growth must be plannedand
Karl Mindlin, owner-operator of '
' :1 ment as chairman of the State champion for new industry, Foster tuned to.fit our economic pat- : !
: Big Lake Store, one of Pahokee'sdepartment Blue Devils Meet
;. assumedhis Migrant Labor:committee he draft said he has never lost sight of the tern'and not carried out at the ex- :;-
; stores .
ed a'bill which gives the state boardof fact that tourism, new constructionand pense of the public through increased -

:' I new duties as president of the health authority to license mig greater agricultural potentialare taxation. Sound economy in gov- (continued from page 1) -.
', chamber. Bob Fisher, of
:-:., the Pahokee Coca Cola manager Bottling rant camps after housing condi- most, important to the future ernment is the first trust of every ,third quarters taking the lead away't t

' I Company, was inducted as vice tions meet required standards.In progress of Palm Beach County.He public official. from the Devils. Pahokee made i

his hometown, ,Roberts servesas said he will continue. to lend Foster-is an active civic leader another determined bid to
:.' president; Luther M.- York, editor come I
executive director of the Belle
his full support to
'.. of the Glades Observer, is the new any measure and holds memberships in a num back in the final quarter, driving
Glade Housing 'Authority that this afea
will as
pro- helppromote r
( secretary and Bill Williams of the ber of organizations which includethe to the Fort Pierce 16 but interception
:' ject operated for migrant ,workers a vacation land and will continue a a pass

: Everglades Insurance Agency., is and their families.On search for new: dollars for the.agricultural American; Legion, Veterans x>f by the Eagles deflated I

r_; the New new directors treasurer.who took office. ''the national level Roberts and livestock,industries so Foreign,Wars,Forty et Eight, Flotilla their high hopes ,for victory in the

F.,. Monday night are: Luke Dufresne, serves as' Florida's representativeon important to the county, dub, .West Palm Beach Fishing waning minutes of the contest. I

f administrator of the Everglades 'a..Council.of State.Governments Constantly alert for new ways to Club Elks Lodge. Kiwanis The kick-off is at 8il5: on the ;

i: Memorial Hospital, ; 'Ed Jensen, -a national research committee encourage big industry to settle Club, Palm Beach. County Polio new Lair Field and, of course, :

' recommending state needs in the here Foster has already played an Foundation West Palm Beach Bandmaster Robert O, Lampi's
. postmaster of Pahokee; Bob Fisher 1
field of nationallegislatton. important part bringing Pratt & Board of Realtors and the Chamberof crack PHS Band will be on the
; and Bill Williams. Retiring directors -
are: Mrs. Helen Hillier, a Roberts has an outstanding rec- Whitney, Minneapolis Honeywell, Commerce. field to strut their stuff'during the

ord as a civic leader and is a past RCA,' Butler ,Aviation and many He"is a member of the :Masonic halftime show..
former president of the chamberand
president of the Resources other industrial leaders to this,sec- I
L. J. (Luke) 'Fraser, who was

chairman of the agricultural committee opment chairman_Board of the;Central served and Devel-I tion.On. county, state, and national -fooHo i t t t I I : t 1 .1 lIt I I I f 1 I I t tIt t-: I I t II I I I : t I I 1-111... i

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group. v Florida Flood Control District levels, Commissioner .Foster has
Hold over directors are: Oscar I IDobrow"
which gave him a first hand look earned a wide following for his THEATRESPRINCE
Wiley Tillis, Otto Bleech I I
this section's water control I
at work'in development of greater Industrial -
. and Lee Shirley. ':; .
I needs; past district Governor. of growth for Palm Beach
t Out of town guests introduced,!
I Lions International; past exalted County and his experience gainedin LAKE DRIVE-IN :
r by Com. Rardin included: Belle I
ruler'of the Elks Lodge.He 'the search for ,new industry is
: Glade Chamber of Commerce President Pahokee ., Pahokee-Belle Glade Road :
- I is a graduate of the University ;- ,frequently shared with other: Y ... ': :.... .
and Mrs.Urban Felsing, StateRepresentative : '>. \ }
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of Florida with a degree in agricultural groups seeking industrial advant- '-'. r \
Emmett S. Roberts! # =
engineering, a trustee in ages for this,area. ,
of Belle Glade, Dr. and Mrs. Tom
the Episcopal Church, a Major in fie'ld SUNDAY MONDAY -TUESDA
Bregger of the Experiment Stationat In the: of new constructionand
the Active Reserve, (
, Belle Glade, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. planned growth for the county, -OOTOBEB. S-24-25, OCTOBER 23-24-25
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ber of the American Legion, Veterans -
, Bailey and Mr. and Mrs. Bill .1 Foster has been staunch
long a supporter
of Foreign Wars and a mem-
Bailey Belle Glade, Mrvand Mrs. : of any measures that will I ''PILLOW'TALK'' Sink the Bismarck
r ber of the Masonic. Lodge. I
Bob Lee, phone company manager I improve building and living c nd1- f
Roberts said he wished to emphasize ,KENNETH'MORE AND
in the ,Glades, Okeechobee Chamber tions. He has taken an active part

f' President and Mrs. Platt; Clew- that the county is divided .in establishig a strong- building ROCK HUDSON, DORIS DAY DANA WYNTEB .

iston City Manager Pirkle and Mrs. into groups for the purpose of code, rigid plat regulations for sub TONY RANDALL,AND ALSO -

Pirkle, Clewiston News Publisher electing two members to the House division development ,and county

Beryl Bowden,' Mrs. Harry T.Vaughan of Representatives,howeVer voters zoning. '\ !ELMM. "Cad Is My Partner55I

of Clewiston and Mrs. from part of the county are The e interests have lead Foster
Rardin and O. H. Sheppard of Ca every-- .. .,r I I ,I .1 I ,! I t I I .1 I I I t. I t t : I tIt : I I t I w 1 I I \ I 1 11 I 1

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continue to serve as an outstanding .'

legislator for his home county. ,
'S The' fact that he has won &o 00 u'smoking Wore 'hew 1

may appointments, Roberts said, is t1!. t

a credit to Palm Beach County' .
since it has allowed him to build '

. ,many valuable,friendships and con-: enjoyingjf/ess : k :: I

tacts that are "most effective"

when seeking, legislative benefitsfor \,:
this HUMAN FLY That's Orin Murray, Field Survey }
area. : 1.- S S Engineer of fabulous den Canyon Darn in .
He said all these contacts andfriendships I Arizona. "Sure I've tried other
Murray says,
.'' will be needed to further 1 brands.But Camel is the only one that gives me = I

action for'the Boca Raton University -' real smoking satisfaction every time I light up." ,

now In need of an $ .&million Ii!,'
.. y
legislative appropriation for .'."'?i .. ;.' ;j.:ik: a.,;?z n;.,::: ':ki1::..?+:.':..;.k i4'?r'} :2wA.:. 'rri x4,: jr
"jjj-.y. ':< +:r .f} ?n:: 1
. actual contsruction. : ..

.It will take all the influence, iai; \
personal contact and prestige that .L / ;

be 'marshalled to convince the
can .. ..
legislature that this money is needed t .w..v.r.;.:..k.4. : ..., ... ........ .?. N...n::: .....i.....a.;.. ...:.v r.,. .::..,y:.:.,.: .....:.............:xaaat: :.::.::Jctfi.ytr*.ryr+ $,i 4f'tA'bs. ::c,.;.;f? 4'.Jr'{}:. .}4 kjY:;r : 9.a. rf'd 0
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now," Roberts* declared. ';!if:.' .aar f:;:.:,...::;S.v,.; i "r
The Glades legislator, incidently,

introduced the bill in 1955 which T'i.x! :

pin pointed Palm Beach County as : .,
a site for a four-year college. The

.. move has since been kept alive by
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Roberts and other members' the yvGi': y::
legislative delegations. .Jr.. ,' r.. {.}:?}
i:tii'v. .:??'wi' Two committees on which Rob- .>: :?f j r.>A:.;,',.':iaxSrrR: ;?? ':r:;'': ">:j: lu:2rf.r.;:
.r..:: :}::i;{%;+;i:ty::iijs..v.?:ji+'r.:}i 4.4r': :: .. :, ..
.. erts serves were recently brought ,!! {>,::}::r'tifi'?}rI?}"v:+a+,rr....;.:.:.+,v..G. .. 46't.'< ..rfyrir.. d.?,. '+:'': .'1. ,ppo-rrr + ; ,':
i to Palm Beach County for "grass .
? : ''': :}:;t4i2>?{::
roots" conferences with county res-

idents. The legislative committeeon
education which Roberts heads. -

met here Oct. 8 and the interim .
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committee on finance,and taxationwas 44 5

brought.here by Roberts ont $0 ;; '

October 14.Among +:.. _
committee appointments I

Roberts considers, put him in top #} g '..' I
to do 'for his
position something 4 ):
'home county is the State'Legislative :- f
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Council-a 16-man delegation

which acts as the research arm for ,

the development of major legisla : ( ?: Ii

tion in the .state. Roberts is the
only House member from the 6th *
Congressional District to. hold

membership in this group. ,,
Other committee appointments : .. < .

include vice chairmanof the interim \

; committee for appropriations "'-
: ::
Wand auditing group more commonly n1v&.uI.LPfcj j. & ".
known as the "watch dog
-of state finances,"; ,vice chairman TAKES ITEASY; WITH A .CAMEL.:

... of the state's agricultural service / best tastier all
Camel s the cigarette:of
which worked out the
Gamei.blerdocal '
because tfce 'tobacio ;;
first major'reorganization of the has never: been equalled :Try Cas'andsee: : > asLw.

agricultural department; which will .. .
.. go.into, effect.In 1961-the Brat r Ay .f+ rM.Ofw a i. &7oeldf Tobkeo pa7r Whose-S.res,N.C. '

such charter.reorganization was drawn ,since in 1886'the;,member state The best tobacco makes the best smoke! .,

of the roads and highways A... _- .
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