The Everglades news
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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: May 11, 1962
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Local PTA MeetingOn LOCAL: TOUGH .1 Leon Guthrie Wins DECISIVE VICTORY.. Superior Rating

Monday' Night Chief's Job Again 4 .} ---- For Pahokee BandThe

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The 'Canal Point P. T. A. met Pahokee's Popular Police Chief Pahokee High School Band,

Monday, May 7 at 8:00: in the cafe. won again oiv.Tuesday: of this i I came out on top again, competingin
torium with president, Mrs. W. E. week in a sp Y''ed election which I the Class C group at the State

McCall, presiding. The meetingwas y'. saw 81 pe/ i of the registered Band Contests in Tampa last .
opened with the pledge to the 1289 voters t out for participation r I week receiving an over all superior -
flag and the devotion was given by in the election. Leon Guthrie I rating. The 49-piece band, under -
three school members, Sandra polled 555 votes to 457 for Lee the direction of R. O. Lampi, t

Jackson, Allen Hitchcock read M Wroten who was making his first waS, awarded a superior rating; in .,

scripture and Brenda Maxson lead bid for public office. I t _. concert, excellent in sight reading !
the group in prayer. Billy McKinstry with 452 votes I and superior in drill and march- I!
Mrs. W. E. McCall introduced was defeated by Lloyd Hundleywith A ing. The PHS band was the only i I
Mrs. Mildred Pate, district president four more votes for a total of one in the Class C divisioi to receive -
of the P. T. A. from West ., the superior rating and was II I
Palm Beach, who was installing 456.A three-man race for the council one of the eleven bands, oai of i.he

officer at the installation of of- Ii I seat vacated by C. R. Wether- 38 entered in the contests which I
ficers. The new officers are: Mrs. ington resulted in a May 15 runoff made the filial superior rank. '
W. E. McCall, president; Mrs. between E. B.'Gamble and Carmen Land memb1. who rcc vt,1 su-
Floyd Erickson, first vice presi- LEONARD BROWN Salvatore. Gamble got 428 votes 'I Dorim ratings in the so' '.'.t and

dent; Mrs. James Gibson, second I West Palm Beach and Salvatore 283 to bump A. t... t..mbel contests wer Tammy
vice president;' Mrs. Earl Wilson 5555 Votes Gamot, with 271 votes, from J'I LAKE LYTAL branch, flute; Luddy Lampi, tn-m-
secretary and Mrs. Billie Huddle,, Leonard Brown of West Palm f West Palm Beach bone, and the trombone quartet I
historian.A Beach will go into the second primary race.Unopposed candidates had these I 12,357 Votes composed of Buady Lamp. EvelynStacy

National Congress of Parents election with Jack Eassa of totals: Mayors Duncan Padgett, Palm Beach County's Veteran i Wayne Hundley and Jim !

and Teachers pin was given to ,West Palm Beach to see who wins 817; Councilman Joseph E. Thompson County Commissioner Lake Lytal : Tyson.:Member receiving excel- I
each new officer by Mrs. McCall. the school board seat made vacant 610; and Clerk Patricia Batch- of West Palm Beach decisively defeated lent ratings were David BeeOe. '
Mrs. McCall was given a beautiful when Board Member Ralph elor, 774.Kyle. two opponents in the first flute; James Batcheor: snare !i
silver tray for her past services. Kettler declined to run for re elec- ... 'I primary on Tuesday of this week. drums and Rebecca Grimes and
Mrs. Billie Huddle's fourth grade tion. Brown received 5,555 votes, Lytal carried 72 of the 80 precinctsin Willola Tyson on alto saxophones. i iII
{. won the room count. The hostessesfor Eassa 5,383, Love polled 1,157 and P. Scott New the county, losing in five and i Mrs. Leland Keen, Mrs. Joe

the evening were Mrs. Breaks Moody got 3,858. A local Glade3 tying in one. He gathered a total of II Thompson, Mrs! R. F.. Hurt and
r I. Henderson, Mrs. A.R... Harrington ,touch waSjgiveo the!race because 12,357 'votes..while.. one of,his opponents :Mrs.Jimmy,J3atchelor>nd.Mrs. R. I
Mrs. F. F. Burr, Mrs. Charles Brown is a son-in-law4 Mr.. and Paho'keirLioll' : 'Bill Copland received I p. Lampi, members of the Band 1
Stewart Mrs. Billie Huddle and Mrs. W. A. Stevens of Pahokee and 6,199. The other opponent, A. R. Parents Association, ac-jcrr.panied: ; !
Mrs. Mildred Larrick. formerly taught in Pahoke-5 High I Brockmiller, after a county-wide the band" to Tampa.: -
Kyle P. Scott was elected
.. School. : campaign in which he used a huge This week marks the twenty II
dent for 1962-63 of the Pahokee
bus to carry his campaign literature second anniver-m-.v: of the arrival .
i Lions Club at the luncheon meeting
Dr.G.B.Schnettler received the total of 2,265 of Bandmaster an 1 Mrs. Lampi in
Tuesday with Brooks Henderson -
votes. Pahokee. He stated that it was
Mrs. Elsie Scruggs
president, presiding.. Otherofficers
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election week that year, f.o
Dies In AccidentDr. Hurt In Car MishapMrs. elected were A. J. Gamot, i he voted in M.chigan before leav- !
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vice-president; Dr. Richard Local Garden Club
ing for Florida but that Mrs. f
C. Lane, second
Elsie M. Scruggs, post- vice-president; To Meet On May 17 Lampi was too young to vote. i
Gordon H. Schuettler, 49, master at Bryant, is confined to Chester Mullis, third vice presi- !
General dent; R. J. Schroder, secretary;
died at the Okeechobee
her home at where is
Hospital early Monday of injuries receiving medical Runyon treatment sne for George Rashley, treasurer; Charles I The Canal Point. Garden Club Mrs. Lence Retires
will meet at the home of Mrs. W.
suffered in an unusual accident late I E. Bradley, lion tamer; Mel Stan-
back and shoulder suffered
injuries ley, tailtwister and directors are S. Evans Thursday, May 17 at I
Sunday night. in a car accident, April 6, on the I After 45 Years
The doctor, a spectator at a fire State Farmers Market Road. Mrs. William Benton and James o'clock. Mrs. J. S. Harrington will
in a deserted building three miles Alma Nail former at Wilkinson, Jr. H'I be co-hostess. Mrs. F. F. Burr will .
Miss Ruth Colvard, Harvest be in charge of the program. The
had both
south of Okeechobee, legs Bryant, now retired- substitut- I A former Canal Point school
knees when Queen of 1962, spoke briefly on a subject being on Conservation,
severed just above the ing for her. Mrs. Scruggs hopes to teacher-Mrs. Loel Lence-was !
he was hit by a piece of metal from I resume her. duties on a parttimebasis course being offered at Stetson Nancy Harrington, daughter of honored last week by faculty members I
University, whereby certain eligible Mr. and Mrs.. A. R. Harrington,
an exploding gas tank. I j by the middle of the month. t of Palm Springs elementary i
high school juniors attend will give a paper that she has pre-
the t can
He was rushed to hospital) school 'on the east coast of Palm I
.6.County .- this summer for eight weeks and pared on conservation.
but despite blood transfusions was ... Beach county, when a buffet sup- I
pronounced dead at 1:26 a. m. receive a high school diploma if
pef'was given for her at Royal
Monday. VotingCounty they reach the required scholastic The Chiefs Record Palm Inn. j.
Dr. Schuettler was a chiropractic standards. This will 'enable them to
;! The group presented her a gift I
and had practiced in Commissioner go on to college in the faIi instead i' .
jf physician 1950 and a guest book signed by all
_*' Okeechobee, Clewiston,' Pahokee (District 2) of returning to high .school for Altman Morgan ..._._.._._ 420 participating in the dinner pro <<
.,: and:Arcadia., Brockmiller _.__. 'JtZ 2,265 I their senior year. Two students II III Leon Guthrie.. _.:372 gram.Mrs.. /
... : 't He was married and the father Copland =L__.___ 6,199 from Pahokee High"'School plan to W. A. Keen :--:--_.__._: 125 '-' Lence is retiring after 45

? of three children. I Lytal.._. 12,081 take advantage of this program,I B. W. Wood __.___, 59 continuous years of teaching, 41 of
L Funeral services were scheduled County Commissioner Miss Colvard being one of them. Dave Lovell ....,______ 53 which have been in the Florida
Wednesday at the E. Earl Smith (District 4) Guests were ,Harry Brooks Chief Guthrie won in the run-off school system.
and Son Funeral Chapel, Lake Archie -----__ 6,110 bee, Wille Martin and P. A. Eltr-I with Altman Morgan. Guests included: Jesse Burnett. <

Wort: Burial was in Lake Worth. Rogers .._....._._.__ _.,-._._ 4,978 aker. Miss Vicki Alley and 1952 A. O. Nelson, Mrs. Agnes Martin,

4>.. Sundy .___._.._.- ..__ 8,501 Ruth Colvard were the guests of I Leon Guthrie ___..___,_ 621 Mrs. Georgia Cox, Mrs. Ruth
School BoardDistrict student member Robert Boe. Haywood Baxter ___ 250 Swaringen, Mrs. Berthan Furr,
West Coast Going ( 3) I 1954 Mrs. Josephine Myers, :Mrs. Nor-

After More Tourists Harvey _.._ .,-.._.... 8,347 HONOR ROLL. Leon Guthrie ._.-._.._._.__....-_'500 ma Ragsdale, Miss Sylvia Morrill,
Turner ._._____ 9.472 5th SIX WEEKS Unopposed Mrs: Laura Boynton and Mr.
School Board All A's I 1956 Lence,
TAMPA-The beaches of Flor- 12th Grade, Robert Boe Janette .
(District 5)) Leon Guthrie 626 -
ida's Central' ,West Coast soon will I Brown --...-.. 5,5551 I Harrington, John Hundley and George Johnson 257 VISIT FT. LAUDERDALE

be'seen by millions of magazineand Eassa -.-, 5,383 I Kathrine Young. 1958 Mrs. Ellis Murphy, Mrs. G. F.
newspaper readers through Love _._.. 4,157 11th Grade, Douglas Potter and Leon Guthrie 527 Kincaid and Mr. and Mrs. Carl T.

the medium of a full color adver Moody __ 3,858 Linda Woofter. R. D. Sappington __ 232 Cone of Belle Glade attended the
tisement.The REPUBLICAN 10th Grade, Tommy Brock, 1960 services at the Calvary Presbyterian -

ad, to be run first in the Clerk Criminal Court Diane Hollon Wayne Hundley and Leon Guthrie _______ 521, : Church in Ft. Lauderdale, Sun-
:May 12 issue of Saturday Evening MacAulay . 2,914 Linda Sheffield.9th Charles Dickson ___m 328 day, where Rev. Tom Watson is

Post, is sponsored by General Tele- Montgomery .. .--____. 2. 47 Grade Faye Elliott, Willola R. D. Sappington _r__ 162 the pastor..
phone and Electronics Corp. to County'Commissioner Tyson and Larry Wright. M. W. Sullivan 7 i i .
plug the vitality and"Stable econ (District 4) -. ..._ 1962 CIRCLE 3IEETING
; omy of the Tampa Bay area. Dane __ 2,598 Mrs. Dawson. Cammack returned Leon Guthrie w 555 The lone Patterson Circle of the i

The advertisement will run laterin Warren 2,649 to her home in Ft. :Myers Sun- Lee Wroten __-;::._ 457 Canal Point Baptist Church will ,
Time, Newsweek, Business Commissioner! ,nlml day after visiting her brother, G. .. meet Monday, May 14 at the home (
Week U. S.News & World Report Navigation District T. Echols who is a patient at St. Mrs. J. S. Atkins is the guest of of Mrs J. L. McCall at 3 o'clock. '

Forbes. Fortune and, .National Robinson 3,433 Mary's Hospital in West Palm her mother for several days, in Hrs. C B. Jones will have chargeof I

Geographic magazines. Schmitt 1.415 Beach for several days. < Madison, Georgia. I_ the .program.? i

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I .Page. Two. The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday May 11,1962
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I Four Circles In Members of the Grace Jernigan : Methodist Men
Jircle met with Miss Jane Plunier

Monthly Meetings with the chairman, Mrs. H. C. Hear Tom Chappel"Being
_J Jraham, presiding. Mrs. A. M.

:= The four circles of the Woman's Johnson presented the program A Christian-Hard or
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Missionary Union of the Pahokee "Teach the Good and Right Wayto Easy" was the theme of toe talk
II First Baptist Church held their the Indians" in playlet form as- given by Tom Chappel of Bell

I monthly meetings Tuesday.The dsted by Mrs. Mary Hammond Glade who was guest speaker,

Betty Mills Circle'met in the Mrs. J. L. Humphrey, Sr.. Mrs. W. Tuesday evening at the Ladies
morning at the home of Mrs. C. S. M. DuBose Mrs. M. J. Sapp and Night dinner given by the Pahokee
I Davis with Mrs. C. Wethermg-- Mrs. H.C. Graham. The next meet- Methodist Men's Club.
II I ton presiding in the absence of the ing will be'with Mrs. R. S. Douth- Minter Collins president who

chairman, Mrs. W. K. Aldridge.Mrs. it. Refreshments were served by presided at the business session,
I i \ ..' Don Collier presented the pro. the hostess to ten members and appointed Jack Spencer, Ralph
gram with all those present two visitors, Mrs. R. S. Douthit. Johnson and J. W. Vann on theo
The Rardin Building In Canal Point Florida participating Sr. and Mrs. E. S. Parnell. .- '
... : in the discussion. Members i >Iral'n! committee to secure
v '.,,'lie. voted to continue, the circle The Fryc Taylor ,Circle met in officers for the coming year.
THE LAKE OKEEOHOBEE REGION HOME OF meetings through the summer and the home of Mrs. Charles A i::sl I jUs fo.' the evening who prepared -

not adjourn until fall is is customary. I with Krs. Gene Gore pres'dingr and served the dinner were
TJIE; >ERGLADES; : NEWS The meetings will be held "Lets Face It Honestly" was pre-I Kyle; Scott, J. W. Vann, Marvin'I ,

on the regular days but will be at sented as a discussion program by i j Cowart and Lloyd Hundley. :
,Serving the Lake,Okeechobee.Farming Region Without'Interruption 8 o'clock in the evening instead of Mrs. Lois White. A progressIvedinner j Visitors were Miss Anita Cowartand
Every Week for More Than 30 Years in the morning. Refreshments w reserved was planned for the Intermediate -I Nelson, Viles of Tallahesi _
,Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday by the hostess to the nine Girl's Auxiliary with the .L-

Subscription Pricex$2.00'Year In AdvanceThe members present. The next meeting date to be announced later. The Additional Gas
L will be at the home of Mrs. hostess served refreshments to
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office Guthrie Colvard. eleven members. Tax To CountiesTALLAHASSEEState

In'Canal-Point; Florida, as Second Class Matter .
"Being Christian in Human Re -

Paul Rardin ,Owner, Editor, PublisherWoman's lationship" was the theme of the I VISIT THE KEYS Comp-
\ program presented by :Mrs. F. G. Rev. and Mrs. C. D. Stewart and troller Ray E. Green reported to-

:: ,Glub flear RESOLUTION OF RESPECTIn Gillis at the meeting of'>thc Lottie their house guest, Charles Stewart day each of the 67 counties has received I
memory of Brother John E. Moon Circle. Tues'Ua?- '1emoon. spent Friday and Saturday visit- an additional check of $31-
I Cochhran Sr., Who passed away Members met at Mrs. ing Key West and other places of 000 from race track taxes.
March 17th. A. D. 1962 A. L. 5962 thE'I'f/
Boys School SUpt. Harvey interest in the Florida Keys. Green said the total sent to
The Angel of Death has Invadedthe man Mrs. 'd.1 counties to date for the current
ranks of the Craft and summoned ing. The visiting of shut-ins I fiscal year is $11,000 more than received -
Frank Vitch. Assistant Superintendent -I one of the true and faithful. the sick at the hospital is the community A. Worley Brown, director. of by each of the counties dur-
at the Florida School for His passing leaves a pang of sorrow project for May. The :ext the Florida Industrial Commission!: ing the corresponding period of
Boys at Okeechobee, was guest and a feeling of sadness. His meeting will be with Mrs. .. A. will be one of the main speakers at the previous year.
speaker at the luncheon meetingof voice will be heard no more around Batchelor on Bacom Point Road. the Florida Public Relations Association Each county has received a totalof
the Pahokee Woman's Chib, the altar of masonry. but the noble The hostess served refreshments to convention in Pensacola .$184,500 in race track funds to
Wednesday. Introduced by Airs.: M. example of his unselfisn and devoted 15 members. May 35. date.

P. Stanley, program chairman, he life will continue to,live, to I
\ ,I named the four main reasons why guide the footsteps and direct the
boys are sent to the School the conduct of many men.

first being neglect at home, the His achievement and sacrifices will ,
second is fear in schools; third,
I II live in the hearts of the Craft and I
apathy in the churches and lastly! I
I we shall think of him as living a .
I lack of recreation centers, Li com
beautiful, ascending and
munities. ,He stated that there are expand-I
ing life made radiant by
404 boys now at the School with 25
of true Fraternal love. :
boys in each cottage grouped according -

to age. A question and Resolved that Everglades LodgeNo. 1 ,
answer period followed Mr. Vitch's 211 F. & A. M. of Pahokee ..
Florida in testimony of our loss be I

talk.Mrs.. Billy Ray Mosley, presi- draped in mourning for the proper >
dent, presided over the business period and that we tender the family t .
session.. She announced that installation our deepest sympathy in their -
of incoming officers will affliction and that a copy of these

'take. place at the next meeting. resolutions be sent to the family. .
"? Visitors were Mrs. O. R. Bleech, Rufus E. Hughes, : '.' ,
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Mrs. Lewis Pope, Mrs. Frank Worshipful Master tr.

Shaughnessy Mrs. R. D. Harda-. SEAL
way Mrs: W. K. Aldridge and :Mrs. Samuel J. Baggett

Dorsey Pugh. I Secretary

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Glades : Livestock Market Specialists_ always on: call to .make your ,telephqne evenmore .L '

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famous Record Black WALES AttendanceLAKE Hills-Passion The worlJ-Play [ PERSONALIENSNOTES: : I 1

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closed its tenth season in Florida Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Stuckey
Iy'i Easter Sunday with a record- had as weekend her father
YV 1. 9j'y guests have as their house guests, this
,'; sa r breaking attendance of 47,362, almost Dewey Morris and sister-in-law, week, her brother-in-law and only
6,000 more than its previous Mrs. Ruby Morris of Delray Beach. sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Strick-
high of 41,571 in 1953. Mrs. Dewey Morris who had been land: of Miami.

9.rl. The production will return to the house guest of the Kennedys Mrs. Cecilia Gabaldon has received -

Florida and the Lake Wales Am- for the past .three weeks, accompanied -I I word from her son, Pvt. \
phitheatre in 1963 with a tentative them home on Sunday. Adrian Gabaldon of the US Army

:opening date of Sunday, Feb. 10, Roy O'Neal visited his mother: that he is being transferred from !

I and closing April 21. Mrs. Mary Maxey, at the O Dora. Fort Orel. Calif. to Fort Sill. Okla.
Officers of the Lake Wales Am- do nursing home in Wes Palm I'' Hcv. and Mrs. T. C. Osteen drove

phitheatre Corp. which sponsorsthe Beach, Sunday, w ere she is: convalescing -l!! to Sanford Monday, returning the
play's appearance in Florida as from the effects of a same evening.Mrs. .
a non-profit community project, cent stroke. Marvin Vandegrift took
are making plans to construct a Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rogers pent I her two small granddaughters. \

I covering for a large portion of the Saturday in Miami visiting their I Kay and Frances McMar.nis: to

outdoor auditorium so the play will daughter-in-law Mrs. John A. I their home in Miami, Tuesday,
go on, rain or shine. Rogers and small son, Alan, and after they had been her house
I Cast of the Passion Play is head- Mrs. Rogers' mother Mrs. W. S. guests here for a week.

I 1 ed by Josef Meier who tas appeared Young.Mr. Charles Stewart returned to his
SUNDY JOHN ARCHIE 1 as the Christus more than 5,000 and Mrs. A. H. Scruggs of home in Savannah, Georgia, Sun-
Delray Beach Boynton Beach times since he brought the com- Canal Point and Mayor and Mrs. day after visiting with his parents,
8502 'Votes 6216 Votes pany to the U. S. from Europe in Duncan Padgett of Pahokee were Rev. and Mrs. C. D. Stewart of Ca-

Incumbent County Commissioner Ben Sundy of Delray Beach with 1932. The staff is now busy pack- dinner guests Sunday, of Dr. and nal Point.S. .

8,502 ''votes and challenger John Archie -of Boynton Beach with 6,216 ing in preparation for the returnto I Mrs. H. T. Lawson and family in A. Nail, of Leesburg is the
its permanent home at ,Spearfish West Palm Beach. In the after-
guest of Mrs. Nail this week.
votes will go Into a runoff'on May 29 for the county commission seat
in District Four. O. A.Rogers received 4,980 votes in the first primary I S. D., and the opening ,of an-; noon, they attended the open houseat Mr. and Mrs. Chandler Mcllwain
in this race, thus throwing it into a run-off. other summer schedule. Palm Beach Junior College.Mr. of Ft. Lauderdale were the week- I

... and Mrs. Ralph Crews spent end guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. I
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Sunday with his brother-in-law and McIlwain of Pahokee.

sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Sch-' Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson and

midt at Royal Palm Beach.J. i I daughter, Jamie, of Canal Point

C. Tucker of Bryant is a pa- were the Sunday guests of Mr. and
t1EEffI1Phone tient at Everglades Memorial Hospital Mrs. Marvin Cross inVest Palm

this week, having had surgery Beach.

last Saturday. Mrs. Will Nason and son, Nat,

I __ have returned to their home in
511- Pahokee
Phone 6-2550 Glade h
WY Belle
West Palm Beach after visitingMr.
and Mrs. Earl Maxson of Canal
SALES and SERVICE I Classified AdsWWWfUW Point for one night.

Mrs. Burkes has returned to her

I Heating Air Conditioning Appliances home in Griffin, Georgia, after being -
I IiI.JL SUGAK BOOM is sure to hit. If the house guest of Mr. and
you have a spare room or two for
\{ \LL \L \,L&JLqVAVL4f.L6f; '' 'ii..UIJ..Il..II.L&J.VPM! ; .Y V \\.V.JI.\\l.III.\L'i' I'UI'U&l.\\LI1! .qi Claude Shirley of Pahokee for
rent, why not place an ad in this several months.
column and watch results. A phone
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Mrs. A. T. Holt is a patient in
. .' call and $1.00 will get the job done. the Everglades Memorial Hospitalin

ROOMS ARE NEEDEDalmost Pahokee.
t. ..... I daily. If you advertise in this Mrs. Ola Cross has returned to
I I I classified column, folks will know I II her home in Miami after a visit
L :"( I IIf I where to find that spare room.' with Mrs. S. A. Nail and Mr. and

!* Send $1.00 and copy for your ad to i. Mrs. W. S. Cross in Canal Point.
:, The Everglades News, Canal Point, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Echols were

: Ig Fla. the guests of their son and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Echols, in Mel-
U ; FOR SALE: New and used Willys bourne the weekend.Mr I
during past ;
' : Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage : and Mrs. Echols spent last

;. /. ; :: ;, -- ;.. In Belle Glade, Phone 3058. I I I week with relatives in Fort Myers.
: .:: j.; !I Oct.
:' ,11 17..M-ch.1 Mrs. Elsie Scruggs, post master
i ; : it ----- at Bryant, is confined to her home
)t'.' ,:. : I! due to*a back injury received in
', : Y.. ::t' I IN AN FOR PALM BEACII COUNTY. an accident. Mrs. Alma Nail is relieving -
: ; Mrs. Scruggs as
i .IIl PROBATE CASE NO. 18,846
IN RE: ESTATE OF : master.
:) MARGARET M. ELARBEE : Mrs. C. L. Stuart of Canal Point I
'-4 } NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO left Wednesday for Dothan, Ala-

J : :t..I .::;. ALL CREDITORS.AND PERSONS LEOA TEES.HAVING DISTRIBUTE I bama, to visit with her mother, <<
(J' ANY CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Mrs. Enfinger, who is ill at the
,.. :, .. ..,
l.; '. ;" I. AGAINST SAID ESTATE: home of her daughter in Dothan. I
-r i,',: .. .... You and each of you are hereby I
: notified that you are required by Law Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Mock join-
i to present any claims and demands : ed Mr. and Mrs. Billy Rogers of t tI
NOW OUR HOME'S :. I which you. or either of you may have
against the Estate of MARGARET M. South Bay for a weekend spent at
;, t2 .:.' AS COOL AS I ELARBEE. deceased late of said County -I West End.
to the County Judge of Palm Beacb
.- DADDY'S OFFICE County. Florida at his office In the Mrs. Fanny Todd was able to
court house of'said County at West
,: .......- .. ,' Palm Beach. Florida within six calen- leave. The Everglades Memorial
'i .it'I. '''' dar months from the time of the first Hospital to go to the home of her

au ::;:V \.... or publication demand of shall this be notice.in writing Each claim and daughter, Mrs. Jim Mizell, on Ba-
shall state the place of residence and com Point Road for a while before
KEEP YOUR FAMILY HEALTHY AND HAPPY WITH post office address of the claimant, and I returning to her home with Mrs.
shall be sworn to by the claimant and '
agent or his attorney and any such Kansas Todd in Canal Point.

: claim. or:l>:-demand Harry Brook not so,*>...filed:'Eiarbee shall; :As beacid. and Mr.Mrs.and Sam.Mrs.McKl O. R.try Bleech, Jr.,, and Mr. .. .
: ,
ij lectriIc; ; ; '.' c; \\,4 Executor of the Lasr 'Will Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bradley visited ;.: :s
; dijioning- / *. and Testament of Margaret : J

: "' .r ;:::: 'Ralph Attorney.l" O... for Johnson M.Executor Elarbee. deceased. __ Dr.MeadefSunday.and: Mrs." David'Bleecb i :cMr. in:" Fort: ? ,. ::1

k '172 Bacom, Point Road I ./&df'&rp..MInter Cofltns! I' .!ta
-- .. Florida +Z <. .
; -1 .0;
.r: *. 'j+ .Ioy.-.cost.Electric.Air-CAnditioning, ',.heat rash. ..and also.helps prevent '. In .. Publish:;!May 11.'$, 35.and June I, 1962 spend the tfcto home, weekend of her'sister in ''G,':Mr al1Cjat : IV.I .
.> is now the best buy under the'sun.. mildew caused by excess moisture
; c. Farr, where a "sisters" reunion
;., Just think: your entire family can in the air. You can shut out disturbing -- REGISTER FICTITIOUS I
will be: held. Mrs. Collin's parents
:'k N': enjoyyear-roundidealair-conditioned street noises, too. NAME Mrs.
Mr. and F. J. Winchester, and
} -.' b.1.1 "vacation climate" at home for Notice is hereby given that the I her five sisters and their husbandswill

_} F i. much less than you'd pay for "two And thrifty year-round Electric Air- undersigned, under the provisionsof be present.Mr. .

1 ',;;t weeks away." Conditioning is really two comforts'in Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, and Mrs. Frank Shaughnessyof
\ ;? one..cools in summer, warms in, Acts of 1941 will register with the of Pahokee
Tampa, formerly ,
,," f. : ., -. Cool comfort is only part of the
;; winter all
: : from one compact unit.] Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and are staying at the Grassy Waters
r' .,
: story. Cool, filtered, dehumidified air
ri for Palm Beach County, Florida, Motel, this week. .
: ; is both healthful and Flameleas Electric
refreshing. dependable Air- '
,, upon receipt of proof of publicationof Four members_ of the MYF group 1
} i Heat-caused fatigue and tension are Conditioning is tried and proven... this notice, the fictitious name, of the Pahokee Methodist Church
;.I t eliminated. You home from half-million
come enjoyed by a of your towit: I were honored at the morning
\vor yto a cheery hello. Filtered air Florida neighbors. Now is the time KELLLY-S POOL, HALL, church service, last Sunday, by receiving
\rc t : that is free from dust and pollen to see your electric appliance dealer or 155 E. Main St. youth memberships to the

'r' f:" brings relief from allergies. Lowered air-conditioning contractor for bet- Pahokee, Florida WSCS. Mrs. John Hatton made the

.'.'-: .:. humidity safeguards youngsters from ter-than-ever values and easy terms Under which I am engaged in business presentations to Miss Alice Elaine
]) : I in Pahokee, Florida. That the Hurt, Miss Bonnilu Lair, Robert -
party interested in said businessis Kenneth Boe and John Lloyd '
f .
t': .
as follows: Hundley.Mrs. .

X i '.:Rtjui ;tt jjjixfla r meless L u.' I'X:. LOUDON F. GINGERY, Owner M. M. Stowers and two

.- t ""c.' .- .. ...4T$ CNfA/R rool tr' I YTS Q__ Pahokee. County of Palm Beach, sons, Ronnie and Lloyd of West :
-jr-.. t.: = 'Florida, May 1, 1962. West Palm Beach_ will arrive to-
t. ; : Firm Name: Kelly's Pool Hall day (Friday) to spend the weekend

.,. .:. : FLORIDA POWER & LIOHI COMPAY By Loudon F. Gingery, visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs.L. .

.,.. > ,. "IIiir .. .. .. Owner. I. Maloy and her sister Mrs.
: :. 11. '_ : "
;.. .... _.._-,'..', "- _ta'_ .. ...-__ '...,___I"_, ..._.. ..-f_. .+"''''_f;1...f._-...;:'::':'' k. .._ Publish: May ., II, 18, 25; 1962 Annie Merle Carter. .

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I FrIday May 11, 1962 The Everglades News Canal Point, :Vlorlda pg FlT.
"' '' "" '' '' '' "'" f ri BB .
\ m ei m mm mm mfmmB i amai mi I
"No more than 10 to 15 per cent time preserving the utmost strength -
I "' !
front I of today's highschool students of our position in the growing I
tomorrows citizens and voters economic competition between na j Ij
=;; will ever take a separate course in tions.
Tlil byOoye I economics, either in highschool or Economics economics eco- 5

in college. nomics! Wherever you turn in agriculture THANK 1
"Of the 50 states, only 16 require in business, in industry,' I YOU I
i PlorldoGMoorhwnl an elementary course in eco- in government, in the everyday.
nomics to qualify for teaching in routine of family living; problems I
sf 3
highschool, social studies the involving economics are encountered. I
area where most students get their If we continue at our present 1 I wish to take this means of I
The level of economic literacy in highschool graduates show that level of economic illiteracy, how II 3
America must be raised if we ex- only one-fourth realize that the : can we expect to have the judg- i
pect to form intelligent opinions surest way to raise the standardof I ment to choose a course that will thanking every voter' who
-concerning many of the problems, living is to produce more goods preserve our American way of i
at home and abroad, which we face per man-hours. Many think you life? I
today. can push up standards simply by s s turned out for the City Election 1
From the problems of agricul- raising wages or increasing Government What is economics? Here's the 1i
ture which we in Florida are endeavoring spending." definition by Webster's I
I to solve, clear on up to s sIn "The science that investigates dictionary the: on May 8, '1962. I will strive

the broad farm problems which are this fast changing world of conditions and laws affecting the 3

national in scope, the problems of ours, we in Florida have been ,production, distribution and con- to do : I'I
domestic fiscal and tax policies, and my job. ,
learning that we can not ignore sumption of wealth, or the ma-
the broader problems of interna- (the influence of products from terial means of satisfying human
tonal trade and foreign relations, other states that compete with needs." I
.I it requires some understanding of ours in national markets. As I And what does it do for us? To 3
economics to arrive at a well-bal American citizens we've been quote Secretary Hodges: "Eco-I I
; anced appraisalOur I learning that our nation can't insulate nomics offers a way \>f decidingthe
appalling economic illiteracyIn I itself from the rest of the relative merits of this course
America today was emphasized world: or that. It insists thatwe define I I
recently by Secretary of Commerce Now we must decide the course problems in terms of facts and I II Lloyd Hundley
Luther Hodges. In a straight rom- America must take to assure our- identify our objectives in some or-
I the shoulder article in a national selves the strongest possible do- der of priority. It> tells us to examine
f magazine he points out that: mestic economy while at the same alternative ways to achieveour

i _.. objectives, and it gives us toolsto (Paid Political Advertisement)
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measure the likely consequencesof
iliy fiivirrittfiYifrixir II.-'X'.r' the various possible actions. In I I

I short, it equips us .for orderly
thinking about our resources." JUNIOR CATTLEMENThe APPRECIATIONWe
; If you think the subject isn't Glades Junior Cattlemen's
Leon Guthrie important, let would like to thank out-
I me quote Secretary Association will hold a meetingat
I Hodges' closing remarks: the McCall cowpens on Satur- friends for the kindness shown us

I "Years ago someone, said that day, :May 12, at 3:00 p. m. Teddy during the death of our loved one.
h economics was the science of stat- McCall. president, will preside. We shall always remember the
1 : 1 1 1 1 1 1--1 1 I : : ing the obvious in terms that are
Kent Price of West Palm Beach'many kind deeds, words of encour-
a incomprehensible. Economics is will be in charge. agement and wonderful acts which
Earnestly and sincerely thanks the I I not incomprehensible, as some I c.. I II I made our burden lighter. Again we
schoolchildren know. And what it I Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Schroder!S I II say we are sincerely grateful.
wonderful people of Pahokee for teaches is certainly not obvious, I spent last Saturday in Miami on MR. AND MRS. HARRY
for otherwise there would be no business. I BROOKS ELARBEE

I turning out in large numbers for problem"Americans of economic can and illiteracy.must I

learn their economic ABC"
for at
ra.Y ATy >svftStff/s\irritV7
the election Tuesday and expresses bottom the case for economics is
the case for democracy Jtself-
f deep appreciation for hisREELECTION. . I Ij government by the people If a democracy -
j I is to cope effectively with Carmen Salvatore
I economic issues, the people must

; I II understand."
1 *
The complexities of agricultural

I;-- marketing involve economics in a .." :.,.' .PAHOKEE. ,FLORIDA. -
AS PAHOKEE'SOHIEF big way. Some of our progressive ,'" "" '7"'"
I producers in Florida have learned ,
I that promotion of their commodity
in a manner that goes direct to the I My Fellow Citizens, .' ,i'I
OF POLICE ultimate consumer is of the
:: one
most effective means of strength- I I would like to express my sincere appreciation to
J ening a marketing program. those who supported my candidacy for City Commissioner -

According to a recent report, I,I in Group 2 in the City Primary on May
(Paid Political Advertisement) II Ir I Ii" Georgia and Alabama peanut' 8th. I hope you will continue your support i in the run-

:I te As&figg "''''', I Ij farmers are doubling their budgetfor off to be held Tuesday, May 15th.

._ promotion this year. Says one
Alabama grower: "Six years ago I would like to repeat that I have been a resident of
j I our state's surplus was 38 per cent ,Pahokee for 42 years; that I am a Veteran of World
\ of production. Last year, sales of War I; that I plan to continue to live in Pahokee for
;? I peanut butter--where most of Ala- the rest of my life; that I have devoted many years
bama's peanuts are used-wer3 up of' my life to public service, and that I have the know-
; ) jrI II I by 14.2 per cent and the surpluswas I how to thoroughly qualify me to represent you on the
down to 17.5 cent."
I per City Commission.I .
I comment: "Promotion
I, paais! will that'regardless of
assure ;you any rumors you
To may have heard to the contrary, I will, if elected use

Y Mrs. Lois White Is 1! my influence to see that Pahokee will. continue to bea
clean! and progressive community.
Chapter PresidentMrs.
I ask that you take a good look at the newly rebuilt

Pahokee Lois White was installed as portion of Bacom Point Road between Lake Ave., and
the new president of-O i.Beta, Tan the Cty Park. I believe the appearance of this street
.- aa f -? *& > Chapter of Beta SigmajPhi'Sorority : would do *tredit to any community? ajidE would.like'So'
fetj the home of Mrs. ,Hilda : sed this} project continued: forte entire le>gthofour
Wilkirison, last Thursday. Mrs. City.
Willbla Moss, president, was the
installing officer. Other incoming I' do not believe: in 'making 'extravagant: 'promiseswhich

1L: officers are Mrs. June Parker, may be impossible to keep, 'and which are only
vice-president; Mrs. Norma Aid- calculated to get votes, but I would like to repeat the
f ridge, recording secretary; Mrs. promises I made in my original appeal:
Elaine Unwin, corresponding secretary -
May I take this means of' expressing my sincere and Mrs. Janet Johnson, 1. I will make a sincere effort-to attend all official

gratitude and appreciation to the many wonderful treasurer. meetings of the City Council.
Plans were made for the end-of-
who voted and supported in the election on I will make effort better
people me the-year barbecue to be held at the 2. an to promote coope-
May 8th. Also, for the gracious kindness and courtesy home of ,Mrs. Doris Lane on.June ration between the City Government. and the

shown me by everyone during my campaign.Now 23. ... East Beach Drainage District.

may I ask that you continue to support me 3. I will do everything in my,power to.give you an
in the May 15th runoff.EARL Four GA MembersAt honest and efficient administration of City affairs -

Boca Raton MeetFour and give you the greatest possible benefit -
m I from your tax dollar.I .
'members of the Pahokee
B.: GAMBLE Baptist Intermediate Gin's Auxil- will sincerely appreciate your vote and continued

iary attended the house party at support of my candidacy for City Commissioner in
Boca Raton sponsored by the Palm Group 2 in the runoff election to be held May 15th.
For CITY COUNCILMAN-Group 2 Lake Associational Baptist Girl's
Auxiliary, last weekend. Those at- Sincerely yours,

YOUR VOTE ,AND SUPPORT WILL BE HIGHLY tending were Miss Helen Lindrose, Carmen Salvatore
APPRECIATED PULL LEVER 1A I Miss Julia Johnson, Miss Nancy
Rashley and Miss Lawanda Ed- .
(Paid Political Advertisement) I mondson.. The girls were accompanied (Paid Political Advertisement)

"\J.J.. \J..eI..Vl.i iM.ItIM1l. t\\J..l: .v"\LI i M.l. j.l"\J..et\l. iM.I i.\J.. .. by Mrs. George RoshJey.


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r Page Six The Everglades News, Canal_Point, Florida Friday May 11,1962 t


j.- I Miss Ila-Mae Smith Furniture CourseWork i

Weds M A KennedyMiss By Home ClubPlans

Ila Mae Smith daughter of were completed for a furn-

Mr. and Mrs. George A. Smith of iture refinishing course at the ,

I Canal Point, became the bride of
I regular meeting of the Pahokee
Morris Kennedy, son of Mr. and "
Canal Point Home Demonstration
Mrs. Norman A. Kennedy of Paho
I kee on Saturday, May 5 at 4 p. m. Club held May 1, at the Canal

the Canal Point Methodist Point Community Building. Mrs.
: First Methodist I, Canal Point The Methodist Church'I,I Church. Rev. Robert A. Shelley of- M. C. Carter will conduct the work-

t Church, Pahokee Baptist ChurchRev. Canal Point, Florida ficiated at the double ring cere- shop on May 28, 29 and 30, begin-

mony before an altar decorated ning at 8:30 a. m. eacn day. All

1 Rev. T. C. O'Steen Charles D. Stewart, Pastor Robert A. Shelley, Pastor with,arrangements of white glad- members who ,are interested In

SUNDAY: SUNDAY: SUNDAY: ioli, white pom-poms, Easter lilies taking the course are asked to

I 9:45 a. m.-Church School 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00 a. m.-Church School and Queen Anne's lace. The scene bring a simple small piece of furn-

11:00 a. m.-: Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship was lighted with four seven- iture and necessary materials for

I 6:45 p. m. MYF 6:30 p. .Training Union. 6:30 p. .-Youth Fellowship branched candelabra bearing white refinishing it to the fhsi session.

I 7:45 p. m.Evening Worship.TUESDAY 7s30 p. .-Evening Worship 7:30 p. .-Evening Worship tapers. Two large baskets of glad- Mrs.\. Elmer Maxson may be con-

: WEDNESDAY: MONDAY: ioli and pom-poms with ,clipped tacted for a list of required ma-

[ 7:00 p. BI. Vesper Choir p rac7:30 p. m.-Prayer.. Meeting. 3:15: p. m.-Youth Choir practice I areca palm fronds and potted terials.
ticeWEDNESDAY TUESDAY: palms completed the background. The program topic for May was

: Church Of ,God 8:00 p. .-Woman's Society1st Family pews were marked with "Selection ,and Care of Funuturo."
7:45 m.-Mid-week devotions I ,
p. Tuesday bows of white satin ribbon, white Members were given literature on
8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac Barfield HighwayPahokee 2nd MONDAY: net and gardenias. this subject and several cookbooks

tice. 7:30 .-Esther Class meeting Florida
p. Milton Carpenter, soloist, who pertaining to utilizing

Fla. WEDNESDAY: sang "The Wedding Prayer" and meats and citrus.
J. W. Hughes, Minister 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting "Because" Mrs. Roland K hle, president,
Godof accompanied. by
The Church Of -
'- Phone 3736 Miss Betty Johnson, pianist. appointed Mrs. M. P. Holman as

Prophecy, PahokeeCanal SUNDAY: I Canal Point First Given in marriage by her father, devotional chairman to fill the va-

9:45 a. m.-Sunday School ChurchElder the bride was lovely in a floor- cancy created by the resignation of

,Point Road 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship : Baptist length gown of Chantilly lace de- Mrs. Guy Wood.A .

John H. Kinard pastor 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic Ser- signed with fitted bodice, bateau covered dish luncheon is be-
10:00 a. School viceTUESDAY R. E.Barfield for the June meetingand
m.-Sunday boat neckline and long sleeves end- ing planned
11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service : SUNDAY: I ing in lily points over her hands. all members are urged to attend -

7:45 p. Evangelistic Service 7:30 p. m.Prayer Service 20:00 a. m.-Sunday School Her full skirt featured an overskirtof and bring a dish. Pre-school

8:00 p. m. TueSday-V. L. B. THURSDAY: 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship I silk with self children and guests of memberssre
organza, draped I
8:00 p. m. Thursday-W.'M. B. 7:30 p. m. Youth for Christ 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. material rosebuds, with two tiers I invited to attend this meet-

Everyone welcome. Special xnusio Service. WEDNDESDAY 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship. I of lace ruffles forming a bouffant! ;ing. The program for June will beI
and singing. : II I I on hair styling.
7:30 m.-Midweek train. Her elbow length veil of|
First Baptist p. Service silk illusion fell from a crown of I I I Mrs. Kahle announced that a

I 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: seed pearls. Her cascade bouquetof training course in hair styling will

The Pahokee ChurchOf Church, PahokeeGuthrie 7:30 p. .-Ladies Auxiliary white carnations and white satin -I I be offered, May 31, at the Mount's
in West Palm Beach from
,, Building
streamers studded with fra-
The NazareneRev. Meeting.Christian
W. Colvard, Minister '' 10:00 a. m. to 12:00 noo grant orange blossoms, was centered -
Sunday _School 9:45 a. m. --- The hostess, Mrs. Bruce Bitting,
Max D. Jones, Pastor with a white orchid. She worea
Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. served refreshments during the
433 Bacom Point Rd. Science single strand of pearls, a gift
Union 6:30 ,
Training : p. m. social hour.
j Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. Group Of Canal PointThe fiom the bridegroom. -. ....
SUNDAY SERVICES: Mrs. Billy Culberson, matron of

9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. Wednesday Service -Prayer 7:30 p. m. honor, and Miss Naomi Elliott,I wsCSHonors3 By

11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. A warm welcome to all. perfect nature of spiritual bridesmaid, wore identical gowns|I

6:30 p. m.-Juniors. creation will be emphasized at of yellow embroidered silk organza !

7:00 p. m.Sunaay Evening Christian Science services Sunday.I over taffeta with matching crown-(I Life MembershipsAt
St. Peter's Lutheran
_, Evangelistic Service. Among the Bible passages to be less hats. They carried miniature
WEDNESDAY: Belle Glade bridal bouquets of and whitspompoms.
Church read in the Lesson-Sermon entitled yellow I
; 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer the annual reception of the
"Adam and Fallen Man" is this one:
meeting. Pahokee Woman's Society of
August Koerber, Pastor from Genesis (1) : "And God said, The best man was Michael Wilson I'
"Where you are a stranger but Christian Service held at the new
>4once" ',! 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade Let us make man in our image, of Orlando and ushers were
..A_ SUNDAY:' after our likeness: So God I Bill and Bob Kennedy; twin brothers -I.t I. home of Mrs. Hugo Boe on East
Main Street ,
Divine Services 11 A. M. created man in his own image, in of the groom. Monday

Holy Nativity School. 9:45 A. Me the image of God created he him;I J I Mrs. Smith, mother of the bride, I adult life to Mrs.memberships Milton were Salvatore presented -, I
male and female created he them.
chose blue lace
Episcopal Church pastel with match
Mrs. Thomas G. Hignite and Mrs.
Pahokee St. Mary's. Catholic From "Science and Health with ing hat and white accessories. The John Hatton. Baby membershipswere
Key to the Scriptures" by Mary
mother of the
groom wore beige
to Lori and Lisa Hat-
ChurchFather given
Baker Eddy this citation will be silk brocade with
Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar green hat and ton, Robert Reed Hatton Kimberly I
read: "God created all through
bone accessories. Both mothersand
SUNDAY: Francis Fennech, Pastor Branch, James B. Hatton and
Mind, and made all perfect an9eternal"
10 a. m.-Sunday' School I Sunday-Mass 11:30 a. m. Mrs. Dewey Morris, grand- Lawrence Ramsey. Mrs. Rex Ram-
11 a. m.Worship Service Confessions before Mass. (p. 205) mother of the groom, wore orchid sey received recognition as a new
The Golden Text is from Job '
corsages. In the line with Mrs.
(8)): "Behold, God will not cast receiving
I A reception was held in the so- member. Mrs. R. F. Hurt, program
away a perfect man, neither will he
'4 t I : I : : I : : 11 : II : I I J 1111 ft It : t I : : II : : I : 111,111 J 1111 cial hall of the church immediately chairman, made the presentations.In .
help the evil doers.
t following the ceremony. Mrs. Remer the receiving line with Mrrs.

--- .. -(". Young, Jr. was in charge of the Boe were Mrs. Ernest Maxwell,
l2 C7/O 5949 County Folks guest book at a table covered witha president of the WSCS and :Mrs.
..- white crocheted cloth and cent-I Rex Ramsay.Mrs. .

Receive State Aid ered with an arrangement of white Thomas C. Osteen was in

pom-poms and white gardenias.I charge of the guest book.

IT'S EASy. . . Thomas E. Penick, Chairman of The bride's table was attractive r This social event was in chargeof

District 10 Welfare Board of the with an embroidered white rice Mrs. Jess M. Elliott gen
State Department of Public Wel- linen cloth and centered with an eral chairman. She was assisted by
fare, reported that in Palm Beach arrangement of lavender and white the membership committee com

County '5949 persons were assistedin spring flowers. The four-tiered posed of Mrs. John Hatton, Mrs.

the four categories of public as- wedding cake, decorated with C. A. Major, Mrs. G. W. Byrd, Mrs.

sistance for the month of April, lavender roses, was served by :Mrs. John Wilson Mrs. Frances Dunsonand

Michael Wilson. :Mrs. Bob Mobley Mrs Milton Salvatore.
total of 1907 persons received served the punch. Refreshments were served by

Old Age Assistance in the amountof The groom's cake, in little white Mrs. Robert Apelgren, chairman

HOME OF YOUR OWN? II IIY $85,582. 101 persons receivedAid decorated bags, was presented to 'of:'the hospitality ,committee, assisted -

to the Blind, totaling $6,002. each guest by Mrs. Robert Hatton.I i by Mrs. W. ,D. Castro, Mrs.
912 families I Mrs. Delmar Hooks, Mrs. Ralph J. L. and Mrs. Dan
; representing 2,911 Tyson Carpenter. -
011 will agreeably surprised how easy 0 it is
t children, received Aid to Depen- Maxson and Mrs. Cliff Stuart assisted -I .

dent-Childrei) in the amount of at the reception.For Mrs. G. W. Byrd who will be.

to own one when. you do. -businesswith EverJ. $57,187. 336 persons received Aid travel, the bride wore a gray I moving to her new home in QuincysOo'n ;

'+ to, the Disabled in the amount of silk brocade dress with matching I received a gift from the '
glades Federal. The Friendly ,Folks here will $18,611.In '1 short jacket and red accessories.Her WSCS. :Mrs. C.: A. Major mace the
addition 425 children received corsage was the white orchid presentation.

go all out to make your home dream come true. service during the month, 210 of from her bouquet. After a brief -

V- ..' whom 'were' in foster homes. The honeymoon on the East Coast, the Welcome Stations
total state and local cost for these young couple are making their
v Drop by today and talk it over."Te'll be
happyto J
child welfare. *,services was $14- home at Hooks Apartments on Continue To Grow

009.54. Lake Shore Drive in Canal Point.

,see you. There were 5 adoption petitions j.I Both the bride and groom are TALLAHASSEE The numberof

-.... .r .-V studied for the Circuit Court.i graduates of Pahokee High School. visitors served at Florida's' wel-
These are children placed in homes She is employed in the office of come stations during March con-
Your Savings Insured Up To $10,000 By F. S. L C.verglades .
independent of service through a II GCI at Belle Glade and he is as- tinued to show an upswing over

licensed child'' placing agency,-and sociated with City Products of Pa- 1961, according to Chairman-Di-

the Welfare Board is responsible hokee. rector Wendell Jarrard of the f:lcr-

1 federalSAVINGS' according to law to make these re-: In June, they plan to leave on a ida Development Commission.An .

ports to the court. I' trip to Washington, D. C., Niagara increase of 37.5 per'cent was

Palm Beach County is also represented 1. Falls and Canada. Then they will reported with 66,071 persons visiting -
on the District 10 Welfare make their home In New York the stations In March as com-

j SAVINGS INSURED up TO 410.000 BY TBDZBAZ." sAVZzroe Board by the Reverend Paul M.1,State 'where.be. will join the ,farmIng pared to 48,052 visitors during the

AND LOAN'DiStm 1fCZ CORPORATION Cassen, Mrs. Helen R. Tedder/birs.. operations I of A. N. Kennedy same period last year. Welcome

4e S-.W. AVK. "B BKLLX GLADE W ONE WY *XMT ; Helen D. Woodward, West Palm & Son_ at, Groveland: N. Y. station personnel served 2,244 gals.,
-----:0---. -::-. _-- -'-, 4'.J Beach Marion Bleech Pa-I ----. of orange juice to these visitors'
.:J.i' .. -.' .' ' hokee. CLASSIFIED ADS PAY I during the month.
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had made in class or as projects VISITS HER MOTHER
Art Show I I I
ranging from simple cotton dressesto Mss Margaret Powell of \Vest
I ri Palm Beach, who is music instructor -
i formals. Girls in the show were I
A Real Success I II in the Northboro Schools and
I Mary Lee Adams, Linda Douglas, Palm Beach Junior High, was the
Marilyn Mock Linda Fussell.
i weekend guest of her mother, Mrs.
The Art Show held Sunday afternoon -Alderman i Ora Powell on North Barfield

at the Canal Point Community -!!: Linda Woofter Highway, .
I jtista i Amy Young, --
Building, under the joint s>pon'I j'I j Linda Livingston, Sue Miller, Pen- Mr. and Mrs. Chester Mullis, Mr
sorship of the Omicron j|ny McKinstry, Joann McKinstry, and Mrs. Billy Turbeville and Mr.
the Sigma Eta Fine Arts Sorority 1 I Priscilla King, Penny Penningtonand
and Mrs. Harry Brooks Elarbee at-
and the Fine Arts Committee of ,, Alice Hurt.
I tended the last performance of the
the Pahokee Woman's Club was an I II j j''I Mrs. Claude Santee and Mrs R. Passion Play at Lake Wales.
: I outstanding success with some two!IF. Hurt were in charge of the

hundred "objects d'art" and handicraft guests books. Miss Alice Hurt was ..............H-- .:-H-H-H-------:+:.
on display and many visit- pianist for the show. Following the
ors in attendance. style show, Wayne Hundley furn- f ACREAGE.t. t
Miss Linda Levine, Miss Gail ished music.
background I
j When you think of buying selling t;
wj' Masonic and Miss Joanne Bearden j Mrs. Jess Elliott of the Pahokee I II or trading acreage, call me. T
4 were presented in a program of I Garden Club furnished two flower,II" Let me help you to plan, buy, or v
_: 1 readings by Mrs. William Masonic,II arrangements. Mrs. Annie Merle sell. No .j.
program chairman. Miss Levine: I Carter and Boe's also donated
6. gave "Rosa," Miss Masonic acted flowers. f
out the "Episode in a Telephone I I Mrs. C. M. Todd, Fine Arts t ObI8
Booth" and Miss Bearden went Chairman of the Pahokee Woman's
s H "Shopping for Buttons." I Club, was general chairman in
... A fashion show, directed by Mrs.R. charge of all arrangements for the i
C. Lane, Home EC teacher of I show. J Thurmond W. Knight
Pahokee High School, was stagedfor --
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the entertainment of th e I I Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Lane had as i
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rJ guests. Students from Mrs. Lane's their
y/ yA guest on Sunday, her cousin,
... West Palm Beach, Fla.
i ry-/ Y class modeled dresses that I I Paul Green of
N they Birmingham, Ala. ....
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I MISS" EDWINA HUMPHREY i m Now..1)eautiful\ buying days during Clwvtfs

Edwina Humphrey First Baptist Church of Pahokee.
I Now a sophomore at Florida State

Engagement- Is Told University degree in, she business.is working towarda GOLDEN SALES JUBILEE !

Mr. and Mrs Jessie Lamar The groom-elect is a graduate of
Humphrey of Pahokee announce Miami Edison High School, class of i
the engagement, of their daughter '59. He is presently a junior at .- -
Edwina Louise Humphrey, to Rich- Florida State University where he ; r
ard E. Sanders, son of Mr. and Mrs is majoring in the field of educa-L t Ti
L. W. Sanders of 562 NW 98th St., tion for exceptional children. He is, .;- .
Miami. affiliated with Pi Kappa Phi, so-
The bride-to-be is a graduate of cial fraternity and Alpha Phi
Pahokee High School, class of Omega, service fraternity.
1960, where she was a member of Plans are being made for an ; .
the band for six years. She was I August wedding at the First Bap-
active in the youth work of the tist Church in Pahokee.

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Elks Officers Are Val Gabaldon In

Speaking Contest

. Feted At DinnerNew I \
Val Gabaldon of Pahokee. whois I
captain of a debating team at
Palm Beach Junior College, and
officers of the BPOE Elk's
other members of the team, took
Lodge No. 1638 and their wives ;part in a debate at Chipola Junior

were guests of honor at a gourmet College at Marianna, last 'Ve kentL
dinner last week when they were Val and Don Deakin who took the r
I negative side, accumulated more Spring's a-wasting! So why wait any longer to
entertained by members of __ the .
Past Exalted Ruler's Association speaker points than any other negative satisfy that new-car urge of yours? Especially NEW IMPALA I SPORT COUPE

junior college team in the when your Chevrolet dealer has such beautiful It couldn't look more like a convertible unless
the Ek's Hall. State. Val also rated third
was bus busting out all over the place. Like in ,it were one! A steel top molded into the
Perry Duke, president of the Association highest as a speaker out of the 56
was in charge and J. W.I participants. fourteen Jet-smooth Chevrolets. Or eleven crisp contours of a convertible. Chalk it up
Vann was master of ceremonies.' da new-size Chevy II models. Or a whole crew to Body by Fisher finesse. Here's luxury

The dinner was prepared by Frank HOME FROM CONWAY, S. C. of frisky Corvairs. So come on in and pick and and riding comfort that add up to every-

O'Connell. Mrs. B. C. Sims returned Sun- choose to your heart's content at your. j= thing you expect in an expensive car-
Incoming officers for the new day from Conway, S. C. where she Chevrolet dealer's One-Stop Shopping Center. except the expense.

year are Exalted Ruler, W. :M. had taken her mother, Mrs. G. S. .NNNNNNN NNNINNMNNNNNNNM FMNNNNNMMNNN.NNNNNNNMNEW .n ___..._,_.
Weathers; Leading Knight, AlI Cox, who had been visiting here for z
Lavender; Loyal Knight, R. O. several months. Mrs. Sims was accompanied -
Shackford; Lecturing Knight, Mil- on her trip by her
. ton Salvatore; Esquire, E. A. Jen- daughter-in-law, Mrs. James Sims I
sen; Chaplain, Henry Epstein; Inner and son, Jimmy. They visited relatives
Guard, J. A. (Buddy) Guthrie; in Mullins, S. C.; Mrs. Sim's
Tiler, Ernest Lindrose, Sr.; organist daughter. Mrs. James Deal in I
R. O. Lamps and trustees, Harold Statesboro, Ga. and her sister,Mrs.
"' Wilkinson and Joseph N. Kahn. Jimmy Menendez_ at Jacksonville.

., ., Space and spice in a new kind of saver. j The trim sportster that started the bucket

;:%: ifrrrift ic TiffiVyilf And it's just one of three new Chevy II j seat brigade. Here's rear engine scamper
wagons.Very parkable.Very packable,too. wedded to the road with tenacious traction

Has a load floor that's over 9 ft. long with j and quicksilver reflexes. And this one's as '

second seat and tailgate down. j easy to own as it is to drive. .

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Patsy Batchelor -I jI

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Is deeply appreciative of the confidence it i-


popular priced Jet-smoothie rides like a WAGON Chevrolet wagoning at its most
placed in her by Pahokee
family room oil wheels. Got a mammoth elegant.With up to a whopping 97.5 cu.ft.

cave of a trunk, too, with bumper-level s of cargo space-including a compartment in
citizens and voters by re-electing her I loading and a handy deep well for bulky the floor where you can stow golf clubs and '

items.Plus a choice of six or V8- skedaddle. I other valuables out of sight.

City Clerk without opposition inTuesday's I I

See the new Chevrolet, Chevy II and Corvair at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's
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