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 18, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Band Concert Set Grady Echols Home I The Salvatore Oldest Mother Is Bolles Canal Road

Following OperationGrady Honored At ChurchMrs.

[I Sunday Afternoon I Political Story To Be ResurfacedState
Ii Echols, Canal Point I H. J. Briggs of Port Orange,
grocer, is back at his home in Canal -I who is 92 years old and the motherof

R. O. Lampi,bandmaster, will Point following a serious operation '1932 Miss Nina Briggs, received rec- Road 827-on the north

,! present the Pahokee High School at.St. Marys inVest Palm COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD ognition as the oldest mother, present -I side of the Bolles Canal east from

J Band in a Twenty-Second Anniversary Beach. Mr. Echols had been suf- Carmen Salvatore ....._..._.._...,. 664 at the morning worship serviceat Okeelanta for a distance of 2.4
concert Sunday afternoon, fering from a stomach ulcer for O. B. Carr (WPB) 500 the Pahokee First Baptist Chur- miles-will be rebuilt by the State
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May 20, at 3:30: p. m. in the school many years and underwent an ope- Salvatore was the first Ever- ch on Mother's Day. Mrs. Ralph Road Department, according to an

d auditorium. It was 22 years, this ration several days ago for removal glades resident ever to to be Grimes was honored as the mother announcement by County Commis-
month, that Bandmaster and Mrs. of three-fourths of his stomach.He elected to the county school, having the most children present, sioner Paul Rardin who requested
I Lampi arnved in Pahokee from is recovering nicely and his:I board. and Mrs. Wayne Burdeshaw 'was that, the work be done.
Michigan.This doctor is allowing him to spend : the youngest mother present. Girlsof Bids for the project are sched-

will be the final concert of an hour a day at his store but is i 1934COUNTY SCHOOL BOARDA. the Intermediate and Junior,G. uled to be received by the stateon

this school year and is the last per- not yet allowed to do any work Q. Howell ....._..._..__......._..._..... 484 A. groups pinned corsages on the May 24.
formance for nine senior members has with it. % mothers the service. The commission this
that lifting connected Carmen Salvatore ..............._..... 483 attending. county
of the band. The seniors, some hav- ... week had a letter from the Boyn-
ing played in the band for seven 1936COUNTY ton Beach city council expressingits
I years, are Patsy Keen, Sue Brower SCHOOL BOARD Salvatore WinsCouncilman appreciation to the county com
* Pahokee Lions In Carmen Salvatore .._._.._....__ 879
Willie Carson Adams, Evelyn. mission for arranging to keep
Grimes Vicki A. Q. Howell .......__.......................... 762 Ocean .
Ave. traffic.In
Stacy, Becky Alley, SeatCarmen I open to
Alice Hurt, Yvonne Thompson and Cancer CrusadeMrs. 1938COUNTY other actions the commission:
James Batchelor. SCHOOL BOARD Tabled a.request from the West

Numbers on the program will Carmen Salv.tore ... Unopposed Salvatore pioneer resi- Palm Beach Chamber of Commercefor

be: Barbara Goodwin of West 1940COUNTY dent of Pahokee who came to the purchase of 10,000 litter bags
March Lone Star, ,Sturchio. Palm Beach executive secretaryof I SCHOOL BOARD Lake Region to make his home immediately for use at the Welcome Station.

Desert Song Overture, Romberg- the Palm Beach County Unit of Carmen Salvatore .m....... Winner after World War 1 in Voted to call for bids for con-

Bennett. the American Cancer Society, Over H. L. Speer which he participated, on Tuesdayof struction of two comfort stationsin
Pride of the Pacific, Kleffman. showed a film, "The Life Story," 1S42 this week was elected a member John Prince Memorial Park.
Bombasto March, Farrar. at the luncheon meeting of the COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD I of the City Council in Pahokee. Mr Called a special commission

Selections from "The' King and Pahokee Lion's, Club, Tuesday. She Carmen Salvatore .. ...... Winner I I Salvatore defeated Earl Gamble in meeting for May 21 to receive bids
I", Herfurth. was introduced by F. S. (Dick) Over Ralph Freeman I i I the run-off election Tuesday by a for two county road improvement
Military Escort in Five Ways, Parrish, local chairman of the vote of 388 to 325. He was sworn projects.
-' Fillmore. Cancer Crusade. Following the 1946COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD into office immediately followingthe Authorized a budget transfer to

,,1' -_,.London 'Suite, Vail. showing of the film .Dr.. R, Lester Carmen Salvatore ..... Unopposed announcement of 'election returns allow retreading two miles of Air- ..
Indiana State Band :March, ""Hatton, director in the Palm Beach 1950 as was Joe Thompson who port Road'In the Everglades. .
Farrar. County Unit, conducted a questionand COUNTY SCHOOL BOARDA. '. was re-elected a week before with- Agreed to share half the cost ofa
Ensenada, Olivadoti. rail crossing signal for county
answer session regarding can- Q. Howell ..._............._. Winner out opposition.
At the Gremlin Ball, Hill. cer examinations and detection. Duncan line road between Palm Beach and
Over Frank Rozelle Mayor Padgett, City
Marcho Poco, Moore. Kyle Scott, vice-president, pre- Salvatore Clerk Patsy Batchelor and Chief of Martin County.
( not )
Mantilla Overture, Yoder. sided over the business session in Police Leon Guthrrie, winners in I Approved a proclamation set
Chimes of Victory March, Ber- the absence of the president, 1952 I the first primary election on Tues- ting:the week of May 20 to 26 as
geim. Brooks Henderson. PAHOKEE MAYORLewis 8 also in for Senior Citizens Week in Palm
The Star Banner. Friend .....,...._...._____.. 418 day, May were sworn Beach County.
Spangled r
another term.Councilman.
Guests were Mead Maxwell, C.
Carmen Salvatore ....._.._, 333 Called on the county engineerand
Wetherington, Frank Szumanski George was
1956 re-elected of the council county attorney to take stepsto
of Ft. Pierce and Mrs. Lloyd I president
Farm Groups Meet Hundley, lay director of District PAHOKEE MAYOR and Hugo Boe was named president have an unidentified land owner
Dick Parrish .-.: .....,..-.__.-, -- Mr. replace an estimated 3,000 yards of
10 of the American Cancer Society. pro-tern. Thompson was given
Carmen Salvatore ........___ 409..1 fill which has been removed froma
Milton Salvatore will present :3 the job of looking out for the water ,
Community Bldg.The musical program next week, featuring I 1962PAHOKEE department, Mr. Boe head of county right of way without

Miss Margie Kahn, vocalist, CITY COUNCIL breakwater and parks, Mr. Hund- authority.
and Miss Alice Hurt pianist. First Primary I ley was placed at the head of the --
board of directors and Wom-
: MaySE. sanitation department with Mr.
an's activities committee of the -- B. Gamble .-._.........._.._._"_ 428 I Tucker in charge of the street de Mother's ProgramFor
Everglades Farm Bureau held Carm a Salvatore 283 partment. Newly elected council-
their monthly meetings at the 45 Seniors To Get ._.
A. J. Gamot 271 man, Salvatore, was placed in Eastern Star
in Canal
Community Building
1962 charge of the police department.
I Point last Thursday night with a Run-off Election .. ..
Diplomas June 8
pot-luck supper. May 15 .Mrs.. Edna Barrett, chapter,
State Representative and Mrs. Carmen Salvatore "-'---_ 388 Gail Sears Named mother,tlwas guest of honor at a
Emmett S. Roberts of Belle Glade '
Forty five seniors 'of Pahokee E. B. Gamble ...._...._...__.;__.-:... 325 Mother's.Day program,given at the
were honored guests for the occas High School expect to graduate in .-4 Advisor meeting of Pahokee Chapter 184,
ion. the Mr. Roberts Worthy
Following .
supper ,
Order of Eastern Star last Thursday
the class of 1962. The baccalaureate :- -
spoke briefly to the directorson
sermon will be given on ,June evening. Mrs. Barrett was presented -
"Ad Valorem Tax The
also held a brief business session.women 3, class. night will be June 5 and Little League Has Miss Gail Sears was elected gifts by Mrs. Florrie Nix,
commencement June 8. worthy matron, and by Mrs. Judy
on worthy advisor for the coming year
The next meeting of the direct
ors will be held on June 12 and the Brooks Henderson, principal of Official OpeningBruce at the meeting of. the Pahokee As- Sapp who was in charge of the pro.
Women's committee will meet the Pahokee Junior-Senior High sembly, Order of'Rainbow girls in gram .Corsages were presented to
on I
Schools, has also announced that : Mrs.Barrett and Mrs. Nix.
the Masonic Hall Monday night.Other'
June in Belle Glade with the
Wednesday, 30, Memorial .... Several visitors from Belle Glade
May elected Velma
place to be named later. Taylor of Royal's Pony officers were
will be a holiday and that were present, including Mrs. Evelyn -,
Day League team, coached by Melvin I Williams, worthy associate advis-
June 8 will be the last day of Pugh, hit the first home run when ors; Miss Sharron Watson, Charityand Allen, grand instructor of
school with no classes on June 7. Miss Turner Ad- District 18; Mrs. Fred Simmons.
the .Little League season officially Peggy Hope.
Top Salesmen Go Mrs.,J..L. Murphy and Mrs. M. A.
September 4 will be the opening opened at the Pahokee baseball ditional officers will be announced

day for the 1962-63 school year. field ,Monday night. Bruce was later. Miss Amy Young, worthy'advisor Murphy.Mr. .
and Mrs. Harlan Sears serv-
To Insurance MeetMr. .- playing in the second game of ,the presided. ed refreshments during the social
night with his team (Royal's) Installation of the new officers

Future Road Needs :winning over Kilgore by a score of will take place Sunday, May 27, at hour. .. .--
and Mrs. C. A. Batchelor, 11 to 2. In the first game, also a 2:30 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Watson Mr. Pony League game, the 3-J team Mrs. Marie Hughes; mother advisor Woman's Club Will
and Mrs. Frank Tillis Mr. and Mrs. Will Be StudiedThe of South Bay won over the Bank of I was in charge of the meet-
Chester :Mullis and Mr. and Mrs. Pahokee by 5 to 4. ing. She states that the girls are

Richard KreIdler of Clewiston left On Tuesday night the Belle Glade still selling all-occasion. cards to I Install OfficersThe

Sunday for Miami Beach where County Commission this Lions beat Pioneer Growers 8 to 3. raise funds; for attending the

they are staying at the Americana week voted to ask the State Road In the second game Jack Spencer's Grand Assembly at Miami Beach,
Hotel while attending the national Department to make a survey of team coached by :Marvin Cowart June 17-21. They have a beautiful incoming officers for 1962-

convention of the Life Insurance future road needs for the City of won ,over the Pahokee Elks by a selection of cards priced at $1.00, 63 win be installed at the luncheon

t Co.. of Georgia. Only salesman Pahokee. score of 11 to 2. $1.25 and $L50per_ box. meeting: of the Pahokee Wom-
earning enough points to be eligible Request for the survey came to F. S. (Dick) Parrifih. vicepresident an's Club to be held next Wednes
i for membership in the "president's the commission from a citizens of the organization states Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones Al- day. Mrs. Marvin Unwin of Belle

t club" ;are invited. This is Mr. committee which had been formedin that the schedule of games still.has len and Harold were guests Sun- Glade will be the installing officer
1 Batchclors seventh trip to the national the Glades city'to study the i to be adjusted and should be ready day of Mrs. C. B. Jones In Canal and Mrs. Billy Ray Mosley pres-

: convention. community's future road needs. I for publication next week. Point. ident will preside.



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Page Two The Everglades News;, Canal Point, Florida Friday May 18, 1962 ,

Moore Haven Mill Tourism Study.At Pahokee PTA Meet '\vOn t

I Fort LauderdaleFORT

J Right OR Sckedule LAUDERDALE Some Monday Night ,'

F51 300 leaders in the field of Florida

The story being reprinted below tourism met recently'in Fort Laud- James Harry Wilkinson Jr. was

was taken from last week's issue erdale to hear a report from the installed as president for 1962-33 t, !
Governor's Florida Tourism Steering -
of the Moore Haven Democrat and of the Pahokee Parent-Teacher
Committee and discuss plansto
will be of interest to citizens on the expand the state's number one Association at the meeting held in !

I eastern shore of Lake Okeechobee industry in the future. the school auditorium Monday 11
;night. Other incoming officers are
s : Featured guest of the conference
i "We'll be ready and able to was Voit Gilmore director of the I Mrs. F. S. Parrish first vice-pres- \
'I start grinding this Fall" Glades U. S. Travel Service the federal ,, ident and program chairman; Mrs.

The Rardin Building In Canal Point, Florida County sugar co-op officials said ,bureau char cd with the ;as-i of j Ray Hatton second vicepresidentand
on Thursday on an inspection tour developing tourist business from I membership chairman; Mrs. J.
THE LAKE,OKEEOHOBEE REGION HOME OF of the new mill site near Moore foreign countries to America. Gilmore L. Tyson Jr.. third vicepresidentand
Haven. spoke at the conference banquet hospitality chairman; Mrs. It
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing Luis de Armas resident mill May 7. Lee Wrotcn fourth vice pres- f
manager and Bob Beardsley coop Senator George A. Smathers ad- ident and finance and budget i
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without secretary reported that pro- dressed the luncheon session and chairman; Mrs. Preston Dnnckel- I
Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years visions of all contracts for delivery called for an upswing in tourist man, secretary and Marvin Crady I

Established March II, 1924 Published Every Friday '! of equipment and for constructionare 'advertising by Sunshine State treasurer. Mrs. Frank Friend was
Price on schedule. A similar report business interests. installing officer.
I Subscription $2.00 Year In Advance
was made earlier this week by the Reports were heard from Thomas Ross Spear presented an American
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn co-op's engineer, John Scopetta Lee Jr., director of the State flag to Brooks Henderson,
Canal Point Florida, as Second Class Matter after a review of all contracts for Beverage Department; John Phil principal of the Pahokee Junior-
construction and machinery. lips chairman of the State Road, Senior High School on behalf of
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher Nearing completion this week is Department; Robert Riedel State the Woodmen of the World, Camp

M the outer shell of the co-op and Hotel and Restaurant Commissioner 710 of Belle Glade.
mill office building. Foundationshave and Chairman-Director Wendell The executive board recommended -
Here Is What Transpired At Monday's been poured for other buildings Jarrard of the Florida Develop- that the PTA underwrite $150.to .
and other foundations were ment Commission, May 8. the high school for student
Meeting Of The Palm Beach
being poured Thursday.All Jarrard described the tourist ad- handbooks which were suggestedby '
boilers are now on the site vertising and publicity activities of evaluation committee.
County Commission ready for immediate erection his department during the past The first part of the programwas
which is to be done by Industrial year in which Floridians saw over presented by the Pahokee
.rte.... '"' Equipment Co., of Orlando, De' 12,800,000 visitors spend vacationsin Chapter of the Future Farmers: of
The county commission this Commissioner Paul .Rardin, Ca- Arms said. the state. He predicted 15 mil- America. :Miss Ruth Colvard, FFA
week voted "hands off" for a nal Point, made a motion for 'ac- Cane-planting which ended lion visitors during the 1962-1963 Sweetheart sang "My Hero" from
I $5,000 anonymous gift, given to ceptance and quickly withdrew the April 15 "exceeded all but the season for which advertising and The Chocolate Soldier accompanied lij
Sheriff Peter Widener for the pur- motion when he learned; the gift most optimistic expectations for publicity efforts are already un- by her mother Mrs. Guthrie I
chase of equipment for the law en- was from an unidentified donor. the first year," with more than derway. Colvard. Miss Colvard was intro
forcement office. "Send'the money back to the 8,000 acres planted, De Armas and .- duced by Bill Johnson, president of II
The gift two $2,500 drafts drawnon foreign country from whence it Beordsley reported. This is expected the FFA.
Tourist Season
a Freeport Bahamas bank dat- came," he said. to more than supply the Mead Maxwell, a winner in the J
ed Feb. 19, had been sent to Widener Also opposed was CommissionerEd tonnage anticipated for the first I Broke All Records FFA district public speaking con
-one check to purchase equip. E andlow, Lake Worth who said season both said. tests spoke on "The History of
ment for the crime lab the other he believed the sheriff should run Co-op president Roger Weeks TALLAHASSEE Florida'ss Sugar Cane." Mead had done con-

for intelligence and security de his office on public funds, not an- reported after Monday's monthly 1961-62 winter tourist season brokeall siderable research on the subject I

partment.The onymous gifts. directors' meeting that completionand records for the number of visit-i I and gave an informative talk.A .
checks had been sent by The commission voted to reject occupancy of the office build ors entering the state. They also 1 style show was presented by
Widener to the commission for acceptance the gift and at the same time to ing, and moving of the co-op head spent more money than ever be- Mrs. R. C. Lane in the school cafe-
or rejection. If acceptedthe notify Sheriff Widener that if he quarters from Clewiston to the mill teria while refreshments were being
money was to be placed in the was short of funds for operatinghis site is expected within three to fore.The Florida Development Com- served. The models were stu-
sheriff's budget. Such action was office the commission would four weeks. mission reported that 3,413,678 dents from Mrs. Lane's Home EC
given an okay by the State At- make every effort to help him o'ut Next building to go up will be tourists entered the state during class who displayed dresses that
torney General's office. of his financial diffiulties. the sugar warehouse. December, :January and February.This they had made during the year.
Other reported by of 21.05 The room count was won by Mrs.
. progress was an increase percent
I Weeks after the meeting includes over 1960-61. i Robert Shelley's room in the Elementary
Liquor Store Held Student WorkersDiscussed I formation of a communications While estimates were not avail- School and by Mr. Hob-

system with one fixed radio sta able on tourist expenditures in son's class in High School.

[Up By GunmanThe Here I tion and eight mobile units, and 1960 the average tourist spent 19.97 : -
placement of orders for part of days in Florida and paid out $8.SO

the harvesting equipment includ- per day. Without allowing for in-: Rotarians Hear 2
Canal Point Liquor Store BIRMINGHAM The United ing three continuous loaders and creased prices the 3,413,678 visit-;
was held up at 1:40 p. m. Monday States Department of Labor's two transfer stations. Orders still ors this year shelled out
afternoon by a lone gunman who Wage-and-Hour and Public Con- :are to be placed for 72 sidedropcane 152,516. $587'-1 New Officers
took $158.00 in cash. The gunman tracts Divisions has issued regula- wagons and 35 to 40 tractors, The record season was ,.
told the barmaids that .he was a: tions governing the employment of and other miscellaneous harvest- flected in soaring sales tax
desperate man and meant,business. fulltime students in retail and service ing machinery Weeks said. tions that were 14.1 per couee-I I Dr. E. C. Johnson and l.like'Sanders
,After advising them it was a stick-I establishments at pay rates Installation also is underwayfor February over the same were speakers at the
up, one of the women turned her below the general statutory minimum telephone service: which will 1961. Gasoline and cigaret taxes'II luncheon meeting of the Pahokee
back on him thinking it was only a wage.Regional. include four trunk lines and 10 also hit new highs. Rotary Club last Thursday. They
joke and he' fired ,a small caliber Director Sterling B. telephones plus one public phone Miami Beach reporting the best spoke on the instructions receivedat
automatic one time. Williams announced today that the booth. tourist season on record said the Rotary District Assembly in
According to Frank 'Rpzelle. regulations are effective June '10, April business has increased stead- Daytona Beach regarding the
deputy sheriff who investigated* 1962. They establish conditions un- ily over the past few years and the duties of the offices they will hold
the bullet struck the wall just der which boys and girls from 14 11,000 Arrests Are current month should be the best I for '1962-63. Dr. Johnson is the
above 'the adding ,machine onthe through 18 years of age who are ever. president-elect and Mr.: Sanders Is
back bar. 'It is reported that the I enrolled in bona fide schools below Made By FHP For ., I incoming 'secretary.Bill .

holdup man had bandages' covering 'college level may be employed at Month Of VISIT ,IN KEY WEST' Maxsbn of Canal Point was
most of his face and that' he' Had :85 per cent of the applicable minimum JanuaryTALLAHASSEE Mr. and Mrs. Bin McClenithan the guest of student member John
been in the bar for over three hours!],I 1 I .wage. left Friday to ,spend some time in Hundley. Other"visitors were Walter -
drinking beer. : Copies of the new regulatons and The Florida: Key West while her son Navyman3c 'Hooker:and N. T. Taylor of Belle
Witnesses report that the gunman :.application' forms, needed by employers Highway Patrol said in a reporton ,Bob Howell is stationed there Glade'and'Tilly" Walker of Holly-
fled the scene in 'a 1955 'd* who,intend to request cer- statewide activities for the first attending' ,an electronics school. wood.. .
1956 a Chevrolet car. Road *blbckl. ;'tificates auth rtz1ng""these special month of.the year that tate tijoppr I .
were FTonfaa.d ers made over 11 thousand arrests; -- p"
set, up by the Hfgb 'rates ,now are available from the
Way Patrol: and the Sheriff Efept: .W -Hour regional office at :J401< worked over 12 thousand days
and a search,'by air was mfede'ib? South 20th Street Birmingham combined and traveled' .1,828,224. I
:Frank'Belle,:manager of.thcPGIa&e* :Ala. miles while doing iL :
Airport; ,at Pahokee. As'"' t'JP' '&9 Requests from establishments In other activities for January Monday ;Cattle Sales.

time the.gunman had ri t.lJ' ei :1ocated. e ,which 'began operations after May state troopers: .
Wrote 10,780 out
,1, 1960. should make that known warnings gave
'because these "new" establish- 22,328'faulty equipment'notices ; Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market
--h. the courts convicted 14,011; of
WSCS Officers Plan ments application must,form.use a special kind of those accused and 2,485 cases were which is owned and operated by., more" r' _bxa.. '.. ,120.
dismissed In that time. Left pending Florida.Cattlemen.You'll .
To.Go To Fort Pierce Clem J. Denicke. supervisor of '
; : at the end of this period was a
the Miami field office at 1775 S. W. total 22,631 cases. enjoy the excellent service you receive here
Third ,Avenue or Rufus L. ,Stokes
Mrs. R. F. Hurt, presidentelectof supervisor of the North Miami State'troopers investigated 2,45 at this Market We make an effort at all times to give
the WSCS of the Pahokee Methodist accidents<< in which 58 persons wei service to and seller. Give
: field office at Room 219 Carlaine an outstanding buyer .
W. D. killed and 1,399 Th "
Church; Mrs. Cas o, were injured.
12490 N. E. 7th
Building. Avenue
new vice-president and CMrs.J.. V. information property damage approximated a trial.
can provide to help
Thomas, Sr., promotion 'secretary, $1,375,693.The llllaaJIIJ I I I-I-l-l-.
operators of retail and service
attended the? W1CS; training'meeting establishments in South Florida. weights troop stopped and
at the ,First Methodist Churchin weighed 38,792 trucks found 701 SALES-EVERY ,MONDAY AT l.p..In.
Ft. Pierce, last Thursday May .- overweight under Florida law and

10. Each officer attended. ,,. workshop their owners were assessed $49-
of instruction pertaining: tothe Kenny McIntosh, a junior at .
Florida State University returned 849.Safety Glades Livestock MarketASSOCIATION
duties of her own ,0ff1. e. education sergeants made
to his classes. Sunday after 352 safety talks attended by 50-
spending the weekend here with 319 people. They also delivered

.Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelly and his mother.Mrs. H. M. McIntosh. many: safety programs over radl.
daughter Madeline of Ft.' Pierce He will'return from Tallahassee: ; on and television and showed safety On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
were-,the--.weekend visitors at the May '30. Later in the summer, he film "-ta civic, military,'and 'educational Phone WY 6-3028 George Young, Managerr
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. V.Thomas plans to attend school in Monterey, organizations with a combined
-Jr.. of Pahokee. Mexico. attendance of over 29 thousand ilJ.l.I'U.J.raYJu.'. YtjM Y.y"v.1IvvJjY.\.l.vl ulilwJYJi.\Lu..VJ! l.v..l



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I Page.Four, .... The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday. May 13, 1962

David Jones: has returned to his Mrs. Goff of Live Oak is the Miss Jeanine Mock plans to ar-

home in Gainesville after being the house guest this week of Mr. and rive from Gainesville today to

1-1PIRIS 0 N'A1NIWS NOTES 1 overnight guest recently of his Mrs. W. S. Cross of Canal Point. spend the weekend with her par I

mother,Mrs. C. B. Jones. Mrs. Florence Jaudon of Bran ents Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Mockof .

Dr. and Mrs.:Frank Handley and don is the house guest this week Pahokee. 1

T children of Sebring were the week- I. of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Tillis of Pa Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mock had as
Ronnie Kautz, student at Ransom -I Mother's Day guests of Mrs. Hod end guests of Col. and Mrs. W. S. hokee. their weekend guest, her son, Lake

,1 School in Miami, visited his ge's and Mrs. Bass' mother, Mrs. Evans at their Cypress Lodge Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Swinson of I I Coleman of Mt. Dora.

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman A. C. Phillips at 131 South Bar- Home in Port Mayaca. Swainsboro, Ga., spent several. Mrs. Ora Lee Martin of Myakka

Kautz over the weekend and at- field Highway.Mr. I Miss Mabel Fletcher of Miami days last week, with Mr. and Mrs.J. .I City spent last Sunday with Mrs. J.
tended the Junior-Senior prom at and Mrs. Wayne Elliott and spent the past weekend with her C. Mock. D. Hooks.THEATRES.

Pahokee High School.Mr. baby of Delray Beach visited Mr. parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Fletch- I

and Mrs. E. A. Tillman Jr. and Mrs. Lee Wroten and family +++ I I I I I I I : I t I I t I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I a

of South Bay were the dinner last, Saturday.Miss er.Mr.. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux of i
I. guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Joyce Spencer of Orlando Canal Point were the Sunday

: Robert Mackey last Friday even- visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. guests of Mr. Bordeaux's sister in .

;t ing. I Jack Spencer, last weekend.Mr. Miami and' Mrs. Bordeaux's niecein

Miss Edwina Humphrey has returned and Mrs. I. W. Weeks were Ft. Lauderdale.Mr. IJRINCE LAKE DRIVEINPahokee
j studie's'at Florida the Sunday of their son-in-
) to her guests
and Mrs. J. D. Latham and
State University in Tallahassee law and daughter Dr. and Mrs. E. ?ahokee-BeUe Glade Road
Hunter of Canal' Point were the
L. Hamilton in Lake Worth. His -
after visiting her parents guests of Mr. and Mrs. Audie .
I Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hamil- 2 DIG FE.\Ttm -
Mrs. J. L. Humphrey Sr. over the parents Hooks and 'family in Clewiston
weekend.Mr. I ton who have moved, recently, Sunday.Mrs. I SUNDAY MONDAY TIJI DAb

and Mrs. M. J. Sapp and his from the north to Boca Raton SUNDAY MONDAY-TUESDAY l\IAY 20-21-22
A. T. Holt has returned to I
i sister Mrs. Essie Robison of were guests also.
MAY 20-21-22
her home in Canal Point after be-
Clewiston visited his mother, Mrs. Mrs. J. B. Elliott, formerly of "Blue Hawaii"i
ing a patient at the Everglades
:Marie Sapp in Arcadia, Sunday.' Pahokee, visited her grandson B. Memorial i 'The Sundowners"ELVIS .
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hodges and Elliott Jr. and his family and Hospital. PRESLEY AND .

son Keith of Clewiston and Mr. and other relatives over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brooks Elar- JOAN BLACKMANMITCHUl11
bee were visitors in Ft. Myers DEBORAH KERR, ROBERT
Mrs. Bill Bass and sons Clark and She returned to Fort Lauderdalewith --A.UG-

Mark, of Belle Glade were I her son-in-law, Clyde Doo-I Beach Saturday.H. & PETER
I Little, Monday evening. G. Boynton has returned to I
I I,: = '- -- ...1.1I After spending ten days with his home after attending the fun- .

relatives in Canal Point Robert E. eral of his cousin in Brooksville. I. I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 J J I t I I I I I I I I I I I I I I \1 1 t I I I I I I I I .
Classified Ads (Buddy) Hewell left last Thursdayfor
I his home in Palo Alto, Calif. ---
where he is associated with an in- "r'NrtrNf4r W W 'IlrNrffitfNfJ7ffftrW! WNn ,tm :rnwnI

r SUGAR BOOM is sure to hit. If I. surance firm.

) you have a spare room or two for Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shackford had I :

I rent why not place an ad in this as their weekend vuests their son-

column and watch results. A phone in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.

I :' call and $1.00 will get the job done. Harry Dermody of Hialeah.Mr. I I !

/ and Mrs. Leon Spooner Mr. !

/J :i ROOMS daily. If ARE advertise NEEDED In almost this and Mrs. J. W. Vann and Mr. and I 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade !L.
Mrs. Al Lavender will leave next .F;
classified column, folks will know Wednesday by train to attend the SALES and SERVICE
where to find that spare room. State Elk's Convention in Jackson- i k

l Send $1.00 and copy for your ad to ville. They expect to return on
The Everglades News, Canal Point, Sunday.Mrs. I Heating Air Conditioning Appliancesmj&y&yMMiMJMiMa i !f

t Fla. Joann Chastain and daughter -
i Debbie of Miami spent Moth- VAV.4jj JM4jj .\ 41 4.\\ ?, IJIY11 V. Y.JiW V.J\.V V.41 W I v..li.\.V J..V.4jWSiJJ..I.fJJJ4J..V l.I .
FOR SALE: New and used Willys
.{ Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage er's Day with her parents Mrs; and
In 'Belle Glade! Phone 3058. Mrs. J, T. Platt of Pahokee.

c Oct. 1754ch. Miss Elinor Brackin 'of Pahokee!.

spent Friday night as the guest of
FOR SALE: Half Track 53 Olds I her brother, Steve, at the University -I

,1 engine 2 speed rear end Black I of South Florida in Tampa.I .

Hawk, :::tracks. Excellent condition. Saturday morning she motoredover wfwA.. .

i. $1400.00. Phone. 924-7861 after 6 to Eagle Lake to spend the
p. m. ItIi remainder of the weekend as the

1 guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. ,, \
FOR RENT or FOR SALE: Lunch- ;' _I
Loyd Brackin. ,:
room business. Reason:, sicknessin ; .
.Williamson'sFruit Mr. and Mrs.. J. C. Harris of J' f II
Ii family. Apply at 'I 4i1 -
Pahokee were the guests of their 1 J .ti' 'ya
;' Stand 2 miles north of Canal I ...
parents Mr.'and Mrs. Loyd Brackin ;...
Point ;on route 441. :' / :;
I of Eagle Lake and Mr. and Mrs.I. \:

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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT I er's Day '-r" #;;: .
/ IN SAN FOR PALM BEACH COUNTY. Trooper and Mrs. M. J. Spoonerand :
j t PROBATE CASE NO. 18,846 four children of Bradenton _

IN RE: ESTATE OF : visited his mother Mrs. J. B. ; ./ "'
DECEASED. : Spooner, last weekend. .,*".;'.:. 'S\;, / ,J) .
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Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Clark of
TRD3UTEES AND PERSONS HAVING Pelican Lake were called to Montgomery '
ft ANY CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Alabama Sunday by the :
I You and each of you are hereby serious illness of his mother Mrs.
notified, that you are required by Law Robert Rushton.
to present any claims and demands : .
I which you. or either of you. may have Mrs. Jessie Hughes of Bryant K NOW OUR HOME'S
against 'the Estate of MARGARET M. had as a recent guest, her nephew, ... ;
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I ELARBEE. deceased, late of said County AS COOL AS
t to the County Judge of Palm Beach A. F. (Buddy) Holloway of Niag-
I County. Florida at his office In the ara Falls, N. Y. vse DADDY'S OFFICE
court house of said County at West -
,I Palm Beach. Florida within six calendar Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Branyon of
months from the: time of the first Melbourne were the weekend .'
I publication of this notice. Each claim .' .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Crossof
or demand shall be In writing and .. .
shaU state the place of residence and Canal Point. I ;
post office address of the claimant and KEEP YOUR FAMILY HEALTHY AND HAPPY WITH
V. hall bs sworn to by the claimant and Rev. C. D. Stewart and Rev.
t agent; or hU attorney and any such Guthrie Colvard attended a ministerial FLAMELESS YEAR-ROUND
claim.or demand not so filed shall be

J Told. ...,,. '1Ian1"-. :JtJlQOU...&rbee.f f Church meeting in'ffeiray at the Beach First,- Monday"Baptist. + + i iE <-

;i. Execute and Testament"ot the of*Last Margaret* VWU1v Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wood and ,J .; : electri i !!!

Ralph I CHS tjQJ J JcOxn4n M. Elarbee.; deceased.t. N r.\ children of.Melbourne! were thevre&jttifr E air-cgn'ditiODrng 11
Attorn ,|for, Executor' : < 'J' # gneats of Mr.-:- and-Mrs. f li
t Pahokeei 172 Bajxua+I Florida Point Road Brooks Henderson.Mr. ..1.-.ft,.... .-._ j f J

Publish:;May 11. 18. 23 and June 1. 1M2 and Mrs. ,John .Starling" and Low-cost Electric Air-Conaitioning' "t hat rasH..and! also'helps.preverit III} :'r;

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO small daughter of Ft. Lauderdale is now the best buy under the sun. mildew caused by excess moisture ; .

REGISTER FICTITIOUS visited Mr. and,Mrs. Mitchell Kirk Just think: your entire family can in the air. You can shut out disturb- : ; .
of Pahokee the weekend.
1 NAME enjoy year-round ideal air-conditioned ing street noises, too. J ;,
1 Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Stanley have '
I Notice is hereby given that the "vacation climate" at home for
returned to their home from Bainbridge And Electric Air-
under the much less than for "two thrifty year-round
undersigned, provisions after called you'd pay
Georgia, being .
i of Laws of Florida Conditioning is really two comforts
Chapter 20,953, there due to the death of their weeks away.
Acts of'1941, will register with the in one...cools in summer, warms in
brother-in-law, :Mr. Baines. .Cool comfort is only of the
part winter all unit.
Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and one compact
for Palm Beach County, Florida Mr. and Mrs. Bob Meirs of Mi- story. Cool, filtered, dehumidified air

upon receipt of proof of publicationof ami visited their parents, Mr. and is both healthful and refreshing. Flameless, dependable Electric Air-

this: notice, ,the fictitious name Mrs. J. V. Thomas, of Pahokee dur- Heat-caused fatigue and tension are Conditioning is tried and proven...
ing the Mother's Day weekend. eliminated. home from half-million of
to wit: You come enjoyed by a your

KELLLYS. POOL HALL Mrs. Lou Lombard and daughters worito a cheery hello. Filtered air Florida neighbors. Now is the time ;-

I 155 E. Main St. of Miami were the weekend that is free from dust and pollen to see your electric appliance dealer or

Pahokee, Florida guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. brings relief from allergies. Lowered air-conditioning contractor for bet- .
,. Under which I in business J. H. Miller of Canal Point. Mrs.
am engaged humidity safeguards youngsters from ter-than-ever values and easy terms. X
in Pahokee, Florida. That the Lombard returned to her home .. ,,

partY.Interested in said business Monday and was accompanied by

: is as follows: Mrs. Miller.. _
LOUDON GINGERY! ,. Owner Mrs. H. M. McIntosh,has receive / ---dk4t1t:7d.; :Filameless: e 7 i. "

: .Pahokee. County of Palm Beach ed word that her son-in-law and .
..,IT'$ ClfEAPEIf. TOO! IM Q'
;Florida May 1, 1962. daughter. Lt.and:Mrs. S. A. Stubbsof -
I Firm Name: Kelly's Pool Hall Opheim, Montana will arrive in

By Loudon F. Gingery, Pahokee about June 1 as he expects ; '' '- .
: I. : \i F4.19 I'D ArP'0'W-E fl xS. tL-l GHT -COMPANY "
JpOwner.: to receive his 30-day leave at .s : __.- .

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Friday May 18, 1962 The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Pegs Flr

l spiritual. It is definitely not. It is-modity include research And other 4 < sfeyix.. / -

ThefIijjnc an economic product It appears proven tools, such as advertising
to this writer that the vast and promotion.The t

I sums of money now spent for high- techniques of modern mark- :
by priced TV, radio and movie starsto eting and merchandishing offer a

Obyleflarrda advertise milk Should be spentin variety of "tools" that many of our THANK YOU
research and development of an i producers in Florida can use if .
industrial product derived from: they wish to improve demand for
milk. It is time new uses were I their commodities. They need onlyto
Owosrlleitref.fIn found for milk-other than look them over, decide which
ture's most nearly perfect food."I1a-1 1 I I : : I : I I I I I I I
they can use to their best advant-
practically every discussion Somewhere in a laboratory age, and then get together and
I of a farm problem these days thing new from milk can be developed put their ideas to work.
someone suggests the need for research tht will have economic po I s I Sincere Thanks for your vote

to find new uses for one tential. Then dairymen can again Potatoes have been in the news I

commodity or another.As enjoy an expanding market." recently, and our Florida potato of Confidence. I shall continueto
an example I quote the fol- The results of research have growers are voluntarily financinga I
lowing excerpts from the letter of been so beneficial to agriculture promotion program in which the
a Maryland dairy farmer in a re- so many ways that it's not surpris- Department's "Division of Market-I do my best for the
I ,ent issue of a national dairy pub- ing to discover many people expectit ing is lending a hand. I believe it I progress'of
lication: can work miracles. However, experience has excellent prospects for show-
"One would assume from read has shown us that some ing good results.In our City.: _
ing articles and reports about how of the most successful efforts to increase the meantime, I note that research -
I wonderful milk is that it is almost outlets for a farm cornLet's already has brought some

in the nation's
new developments
M t I I I potato industry that are causing I
"''try,' .. : big changes in utilization of this I
In recent the Market
crop. a report -
Face Facts Department Potentials of Branch Agriculture's of the U.Eco-S. Joe E. ThompsonPaid

nomic Research Service points out

JACK J. that the proportion of potatoesused
for processed foods has takena
big jump. It rose from a mere 2

EASSABELIEVES per cent in 1940 to nearly 25 per- ( Political Advertisement)
cent of the 1960 crop. By 1970, is
ii is estimated, more than 50 per cent
i of the natonal potato crop will be -

Eassa's opponent processed. Five Circles Plan elected in each new circle and they
to USDA, half the
states he will A good school board member Is a According will receive their materials for the
research our academic policy maker a man capable of making j potatoes used for processing in .Joint MeetingMembers coming year. Refreshments will be
1960 went into dehydrated and
studied decisions and then seeing served in the recreation hall by
frozen products. Volume for frozen
on teacher and that these policies are carried out. Eassabelieves I French fries and dehydrated mash- of all five circles of' the Mrs. Ernest Maxwell, retiring pres
Woman's of Christian Ser- ident.
student level. In this county's highly trained ed potatoes nearly doubled from vice of the Society Pahokee First Meth- .Ci.Miss. .
other words he school personnel is qualified to achieve 1958 to 1960. Even so, it's believedI
odist Church are urged to attend Anita Cowart, daughter of
would MEDDLE what is best for our school children. A I there's a big potential home and
i the joint meeting to be held at the Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cowart left
already board member is with institutional market still
in good a man deep untap-
church at 8 p. m., Monday night, last Thursday, to visit friends and
accomp predation for the great contributions ped. I as names will be drawn to form relatives in Jacksonville, and in
i lished by compemade by our teachers and school person- Studies of potato use reveal that new circles. New officers will be Atlanta and Bainbridge, Ga. '
tent people. nel in educating our children. per capita consumption in the U. S. ,
had been declining prior to 1956.
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. Eassa believes a board member should In 1957, however, the trend was reversed -! -
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I have a level-headed approach to expenditures and consumption that year
I a conservative approach with showed a gain over 1956 of 1 pound
uise use of tax payers money. per person. By 1960 the gain over
: 1956 had,reached 6.3 pounds. There
Jack Eassa DOES NOT BELIEVE in F .has been a big expansion in existing -I
f meddling in other people's business. and new plants for processing Carmen Salvatore

potatoes. By mid-1961 there were I
38 plants producing frozen French
r MY SINCERE THANKS F.QR YOUR MAY 8 VOTE, friesand; 12 more were being Plan-I 1331 BACOM POINT ROAD
ned, were under
nearly ready for production. PAHOKEE FLORIDA
Vote F ,
J JACK EASSA Development of potato flakes
Again O was undertaken by USDA as one
of its overall research projects to
Ii May 29 R SCHOOL BOARD find new uses for farm products. It EXPRESS' HIS SINCEREAPPRECIATION

f now predicts we'll be seeing on the
(Paid Political Advertisement) market soon several new forms of I II
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<&y&&y &I Kili jy processed potatoes.The .
point I'd like to make is.
II I that after a new or better product
is developed, it takes advertisingto
inform prospective customers
i it's available, and promotion to '111111111:1111 o'
f; persuade them to buy it. The mod- : -
ern businessman with a better
SUPPORTINGCOUNTY mousetrap doesn't wait for the
r COMMISSIONER I I world to beat a path to his door- I want to thank each and every person -

he goes-after customers with every .
1 ethical means at his disposal.In .
who participated in Tuesday's City .
the case of new processed potato -
.C Ben Sundy products, the firms that make I !
them are going out after the busi-
ness and are getting results. Our Election in Pahokee. Especially am I "

"The smashing victory given me in Florida potato growers have some-

mor than.50t.of\\\the county's 78 thing that consumers want and grateful 1 ,to those who> ve my candy
vo <3f PftcfeJS:ifcost cncourag3tlYJsia5vbt wilLJjuy: and I'm glad to see them : !.*: -/ vt / :.
pfifiill .sapport, J m aJupsvcofcerted effort expand r rlPJ'' '-. "-
*....for the. pasirab&idNsre&is aidd fu- .- theBrft'arket.tbfcwhat* MT .*- -V they. have tosell ',dacy-serious? "cbriaiSerai l and decided: .;" !

ture objectives of County 1 .'. ,,,,"U ton '. .
your .. :'\ ': ){ ,.; : 7. .. .
Commission was a vote oconri| < '.... ?*& . ...
fidence for Commissioner Ben Sun- .F&riily Dinner At to VO"Er.1.0r me.;

J dy who has been a part of this R. W. Sanders Home -

great development of our area. I will do everything in my power to

\ This winning vote was.prevalent: in The home of Mr. and Mrs. R. W.
all parts of the county even in Sanders at 1514 East Main Street
,... half of my opponents home pre was the scene of a family dinner on give you an honest and efficient admin-

cincts. ..$ Mother's Day. Those attendingwere

My sincere appreciation to all those Keyes their and daughter son., Drew, Mrs., and Sibyle Miss istration of City affairs, and give you

who supported me, and to those Brenda O'Day of Miami; their

who voted otherwise, please recon- son-in-law and daughter Mr. and the greatest possible benefit for .
sider now -and then join the majority Mrs. James S. Wilson and children,* your

I sincerely solicit your sup- Jean, Jimmy and Jan of Ft. Lauderdale -
port." and their son and daughter- tax dollar. .- -
I in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Mike) .

VOTE MAY 29 Sanders and son Michael of Paho- .. '
member of the immediate --;; :7. *
kee. The only : "
: Sincerely yours :;
,Re-Elect family not present was '" .
Miss Andrea Keyes who is'a fresh- ,'.
County Commissioner man at the University of Floridaat -; v. ,*? Carmen Salvatore* >. -

Gainesville. -- .-._. ,.. ,,\..-., '., .. .; .'
Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey and
children of Vero Beach spent last
Paid Politic Advertisement) I weekend here with her parents. (Paid Political Advertisement). S

'w A 5i8ii Vi74.V"'VLat.MI'iMiiiMLIlliM.: ; M..ML \LIIMifi.M.ItiMI1i .. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jones.



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Margery Lair Circle Vera Teresa Mosley

1 Guests At LuncheonMembers Has Birthday Party
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r of the Margery Lair A birthday party honoring little
Circle of the Woman's Society of Miss Vera Teresa Mosley, who was

Christian Service were guests at a three years old, Tuesday, was

lovely luncheon, last Saturday, given by her mother, Mrs. Billy

given by Mrs. C. A. Major, circle Ray Mosley in the patio of.their
F chairman, at her home on East home on Bacom Point Road.
I Main Street. Mrs. Frank Friend, Favors of hats and balloons were

.- sunshine chairman_ presented giftsto given to fourteen little guests. Re-
the retiring officers who were freshments of birthday cake which
First Methodist I Canal Point The Methodist Church Mrs. Major, chairman_; Mrs. W. L. was decorated with a cowgirl and

Church, Pahokee Baptist Church Canal Point, Florida Brown program chairman and horses and icecream were served.
Mrs. M. P. Holman spiritual life The hostess was assisted by her

Rev. T. C. O'Steen Rev. Charles D. Stewart, Pastor Robert A. Shelley, Pastor chairman. A gift was sent to Mrs. sister, Mrs. Othell Adams.

SUNDAY: SUNDAY: SUNDAY: W. H. Lair for whom the circle is .- .
9:45 a. m.-church School 9:45 a. m.-Sunday. School 10:00 a. .-Church School named. Invited guests were Mrs.T. .

11:00 a. m.--:'Morning Worship: 11:00 .a. m.-Morning Worship. 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship C. O'Steen, wife of the pastor, Reunion Held For
6:45 p. .MYF 6:30 p. .-Training Union. 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship and Mrs. G. W. Byrd who is mov
:7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship" 7:30 p. m. Evenlng Worship 7:80 p. .-Evening Worship mg to her new home in Quincysoon. Phillips Family

TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: MONDAY: Mrs. Byrd received a gift -
7:00 p. m.Vesper Choir prac- 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice from the hostess.
SP4-c Gerald W. has
Phillips re-
turned to Fort Lee, Va. after
: Church Of God 8:00 p. m.-Woman' Society
7:45 p. m.-J.I1d-week devotions, 1st Tuesday Tea And Program spending a 10-day leave here with

8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir practice. I Barfield HighwayPahokee MONDAY: Honors MYF MothersMothers his mother, Mrs. A. C. Phillips, at

I 7:20 p. m. Esther Class meeting 131 South Barfield Highway. Dur-

I Fla. ". WEDNESDAY: of the members of the ing his leave, he was accompanied
I 7:30 m.-Prayer Meeting by his mother, and his younger
J. W. Hughes, Minister p. I
The Church Of .q}pd Phone 3736 .. Methodist Youth Fellowship of the brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
j Pahokee First Methodist Church: Mrs. Richard S. Phillips to Bron-

.J Of Prophecy_, PahokeeCanal !. SUNDAY 9:45 a.:m.-Sunday School Canal Point First were honored with a tea and pro- son where they held a family reunion -

gram, Sunday evening, in the recreation -. in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Point Road 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Baptist ChurchElder
hall of the church. Roger Charles Phillips.Vhile at Bronson,
John, H. EOnard, pastor 7:30 p. m. -Evangelistic Ser-
Simonson presented a program they visited the Suwanee River
1000 a. m.-Stmday School viceTUESDAY
I R.E.Barfield based on family life. He was as- and Silver Springs. Specialist Phil-
XLcOO Service : I
a. m.-Preaching
Servlc.1 SUNDAY: sisted by Robert Boe, Bruce Boyn- lips had just finished training at
7:45 p. Evangelistic p. m.-Prayer (
1D:00 a. m.-Sunday School t ton, Linda Wilson, Wayne Hund- Little Creek, Va. where he par-
8:00 m. Tuesday-v. L. B. THURSDAY:
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship I ley, Billy Boe and Diane Hollon. ticipated in operation "Web-Foot."
&:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. 7:30 p. m Youth for Christ 7:00
p. m.-B. T. C. ,Mike Watkins is president of the He was one of the 37 enlisted men
Everyone welcome. Special musio Service.
8:00: p. m.-Evening Worship MYF and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hen-. of the 149th Quartermasters Company -
and singing. --- I
: drix are the adult counselors. chosen for this maneuver.
First Baptist 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer I I

Service ,
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The Pahokee ChurchOf Church, PahokeeGuthrie 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: I

7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary
The NazareneRev. W. Golvard, Minister Meeting.Christian NOWTRAILWAYS
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
Max D. Jones, Pastor ... .
Morning Worship11:00 a. m.
433 Bacom Point Rd.
Training Union 6:30 p. m. Science
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 7:30 m.
Evening Worship p.

SUNDAY SERVICES: Wednesday Prayer Group Of Canal Point ....................................
9:45 School. I
a. m.-Sunday
Service 7:30 p. m.
11:0.0 a. m.-Sunday Worship.
A welcome to all* More
6:30 p. m.-Juniors. warm meanirgful goals are attained GETS TO
through spiritual
7:00 p. m.Sunday Evening enlight-I I
o Evangelistic Service. St. Peter's Lutheran enment. This is a theme
Lesson-Sermon "Mortals and Immortals" -
WEDNESDAY: Church Belle Glade "EW YORK
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer which will be heard Sun- <
meeting. day in Christian Science churches.

"Where you are a stranger but August Koerber, Pastor Paul's admonition to the Colos-| FASTER
once". 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade sians ((3)) will be among the Scrip-

., ....- .. SUNDAY: tural passages: "Set your affectionon
Divine Services 11 A.- M. things above, not on things on to
I Holy Nativity School 9:45.A. !L. the earth." ;
Episcopal Church Correlative passages from "Sci- .< .

Pahokee I St. Mary's Catholic ence and Health with Key to the ':jh'I

Church Scriptures" by Mary .Baker Eddy

s Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar I will include (p. 256)): "Advancingto

SUNDAY: Father Francis Fennech, Pastor a higher plane of action, thought

10 a. m.-Sunday School Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m. rises from the material sense to
I "
I 11 a. m. Worship Service Confessions before Mass. the spiritul, from the scholastic to
the inspirational, and from the
---- -- .'- mortal to the immortal." 4# .: ;} Ride our .

The Golden Text is from Romans thru
i expressesover
.-tot- (8)) : "If ye live. after the ,
flesh, ye shall:: die: but if ye our NEW
:LET YOUR c7 PAYABLE 4. through the do the "
/O Spirit mortify : East Florida
MONEY EARN 41L) SEIn- wuAL I deeds of the body ye shall live." r .


I Patterson Circle In 'o
IT'S EASY .1 1 Our route along the ;
.. .. .,: : new
eastern coastline cuts hours."
Monthly MeetingThe 1
f 1 lTO- SAVE.ENOUGII.TG SEND YOUR CHILD TO COLLEGE ; :i: I : off our Miami to New York 0:.

; -SMALL' AMOUNTS SAVED REGULARLY GROW FAST! trips. We travel new super ::
,/ : lone Patterson Circle of the Alrrconditioning.
// highways. t
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.;. ,. ..-T Canal Point Baptist Church met : ".."A..k Reclining seats. Rest- :"t
r -' "XI' Monday at the home of their- chairman "' rooms. Vi t8-view win.1

\ t .:- Mrs. J. L. llcCaU'for their dowse :i,r

I' .. regular monthly meeting. Mrs. Mc- .
Call ,
presided over the business. .
r 'f. ;
'- s 't.'t.r Ms. C. B. Jones had charge of

tf' IN- ... -A- HQME,vI ... 0':-*OF.. .. 'YOUR. OWN' ::. ? o. J:I the program. The topic of the pro- ': !: ,'io
x s gram was "Let's Face Jt '
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': I: You will. 1 be agreeably. surprised. I howVasy it is ly.:" Those taking part in the. discussion ;.

.: .. ... were Mrs. W. S., Evans,, '
Mrs. J. D. Latham and Mrs. Paul ;tli
t to own one when yon do business with Everglades ;: -t:: Rardin. easiest travel on earth
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v \ \ ; Federal. The Friendly Folks here :j: the home of Mrs. M. C. Carter andMrs. NEW YORK 36.90 JACKSONVILLE $ 7.70

< '. Avill'H" W. P. Hitchcock will present The only Thru serviceWASHINGTON 4 Thru trips dailyORLANDO

.' go "ail out to make your home dream come true. ;I' the" Delicious program.refreshments were $33.20 $ 3.75

The only Thru service (plus taz) 4 Thru trips dally (plus tax)
served by the hostess.
0 Drop by.today and talk it over. We'll be happy FOR INFORMATION PLEASE CALL

J \.t to see. you.: Judy Kay Hughes Canal Point Sport ShopM.

Has Birthday Party C. CARTER, AGENT PHONE 7787

Your Savings ,Insured Up To $10.000 By F. S. L C.
'Mr,and Mrs. Arnold Hughes en-

\ tertained at their home, last Tues-
day evening, in honor of their little TRAILWAYSTHE

Everglades federal daughter, Judy Kay Hughes, who
celebrating her sixth birthday

anniversary. Among those attending -
SAVINGS were her uncle and aunt, Mr.

x SAVINGS INSURED HP TO $10,000 BY I'JIIII"\WD! aT. 8AVZKO3 -'I and Mrs. D. P. Hughes of Bryant;
AND LOAN 1NSUBANCS CORPORATION a her fraternal grandmother, Mrs*

M 8. W. AVK. -BBSLU> GLADE HOICK WTUH I-2S11 :J Jessie Hughes.of;Bryant. and her.

"." : maternal grandparents Mr. ,and SUPCR-UNC OF THE HfW SUPERHIGHWAYSPage ';
: Qt-C1:: i: b: $:: JJ1. : 0
im_ llll 11 tl. I litlilUlillin. *, Mrs. M. J. Sapp of Pahokee. ...",.-
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Eight Tne Bverglades News Canal Point.: FlorIda FrIday May 18, 1962
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s--r--- went ahead with his plans. LAUDERDALE VISITORSMr.
Yow-YowOver New Later, Lytal said the commission -I and Mrs. R. J. Crews had
f. + was given an opportunity to I as dinner guests, Sunday their son
Voting Precincts see the new boundries and the only and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
changes made by the commission \V. M. CreWs of Ft. Lauderdale' and
1R L .was to correctly align boundariesI their grandson, Mac Crews. Mr.
County Commission Chairman i I in the Port of Palm Beach District and Mrs. Dwight Geiger and son.
the Lake Worth Inlet District and also, visited Mr and Mrs. Crews.
I Chairman Lake Lytal emphatically -I
to make precinct boundaries cant Sunday afternoon. Mr. Geiger is on
K :p SF } denied this week that the coun-
R form to county commission dis- leave from the military base at ,
if ty board or any of its members j r tricts. All other changes Lytal Smyrna, Tenn. and he and his fam-
,. .. .. had anything to do with the errors said were made by Gorham who ily are the house guests of his
i I which cropped up in realigningthe i was also responsible for-selection i iI mother, Mrs. John Padgett in
county's voting precincts.He j of the various polling places. West Palm Beach.
P r said the blame should fall on Lytal also said Gorham made -'

County Registrar Daniel Gorham changes in polling places within -k : -.. : XtX :- : --H.
who has charged that responsibility city limits without first getting ;
for the errors was the county I approval of city officials as he had ACREAGE *:
boards. Gorham specifically charged been' advised to do. I I I t When you think of buying sell- :!: .,
that Commissioner Ben Sundywas I "I resent him (Gorham) accusing :E tug, or trading acreage, call me.
r at fault for some mistakes any member of the board for :;: Let me help you to plan, buy, or f
made in.the south end of the being responsible for any of the 4 selL No obligation.

county.Lytal, by way of explanation errors" Lytal declared.- ..,

" Monday said the registrar had Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.G. I I
formed a laymen's committee with-
W. Byrd on Mother's Day were
out knowledge of the commissionand t
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Elarbee and
to the
proceeded re-align pre-
cincts on his own. The chairman. family'of Tampa, Mr. and Mrs.i i Thurmond W. Knight *

I said the board had asked Gorham Kenny Mock and family of West :t Acreage REALTOR i
to delay the changes until the current Palm Beach, and Mrs. Verna Elar :. Box 9998 Phone 844-1352
elections were over but despite bee and Mrs. Phara Morris in Pa- West Palm Beach, Fla :+
the request, the registrar I hokee. -.rH-: ++''+:-H--H-'1''+t'':''HH ti-+

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MISS JILL, McIL\VAIN I mDI: u Now...alllifiz buying days dining C/ievyTs

Mr. and Mrs. E. F. McIIwain. 617 Bacom Point Road, Pahokee, an-
nounce the engagement of their daughter. Mary Harriett (Jill) to
Sheppard N. Pitts Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. S. :M. Pitts Sr., of Belle
Glade. A July wedding is being planned. ,

Penny Sasser Will Friday Morning Club

At C. A. Major Home .

Wed Gary Clark I H : 4.3
Mrs. C. A. Major is entertaining .
members of the Friday Morning
Plans have been announced for Bridge Club at a luncheon in her
the wedding of Miss Penelope home, today on East Main Street.
(Penny) Sasser of Pahokee and Guests attending are Mrs. Jess El-
Gary Clark of Clewiston which liott, :Mrs. D. M. Hillier, Mrs.
will take place at the First Meth- Frank Friend, Mrs. L.V.. Arm- ii t FAn tl,
odist Church in Pahokee Sunday strong, Mrs. Claude Shirley, Sr.,
June 17, at 4 p. m., with Rev. Ralph Mrs. O. R. Bleech Mrs. W. S.
Todd of Palatka, former pastor of Evans of Port Mayaca and Mrs.
the Pahokee church to officiate at M. C. Carter of Canal Point.

the double ring ceremony. --- I I .. .. .. -"..
For her attendants Miss Sasser .. '
has chosen her sister, Miss Faith Paul Rogers Says ;. .,, ,.,) ".. __._:, : .
Sasser, as maid of honor; Miss ."..'........."".:.':.1.,.\<.s"'t':...' ... :.. ,
Nan Nell Clark, sister of the bride Thanks To VotersI "
groom-elect, and Miss Paula Collier -
bridesmaids; and Mrs. Eu-

gene Ulmer Jr., matron of honor. want to again thank the peo-
James Paul Sasser, small brotherof ple of the Sixth District for Spring's a-wasting! So why wait any longer to = -
the bride-elect will be ring nomi-I IMPALA SPORT COUPE
}l8pztg. ie without, satisfy that new-car urge of yours? Especially
bearer. the Democratic 'candidate for reflection when your Chevrolet dealer has such beautiful ; It couldn't look more like a conrertible unless
Steane Johnson cousin of the ,
to Congress from our Dis- buys busting out all over the place. Like in it were one! A steel top molded into the.
bridegroom-elect, will serve as
trict. As the adjourns -
best man. Ushers will be Jack Ver- I I look soon forward as Congress to returning, I fourteen Jet-smooth Chevrolets. Or eleven i crisp contours of a convertible. Chalk it up

hulst, uncle of the bride-elect, Thor I home and discussing my record new-size Chevy II models. Or a whole crew = to Body by Fisher finesse. Here's luxury
Hatton and Tommy Moore. Miss during the four terms I have had of frisky Corvairs. So come on:n and pick and and riding comfort that add up to everything

Sasser will be given in marriage by the honor to,represent you here in choose to your heart's content at your 3 you expect in an expensive car-
her father, Paul Sasser. Washington, and to present my ,Chevrolet dealer's One-Stop Shopping Center. except the expense.

The program of nuptial music program for the future. M N NNNNM W N.N.NNNNHN NMNN.NNNN".."...11......._---<_..._.......__NNNNN..NN NNNNNNMN.NMNN
will be presented by Jack Phillips, While my name did not appearon
vocal soloist, and Miss Myra Jones, the Primary ballot since I was I 1

organist unopposed there is one obvious !
The reception will be at' the 1 and alarming fact about this elec- I

home of Miss, Sasser's parents, 160 tion worthy of our full consideration. -
Elm Ave. invitations are being 'This is the disappointing
mailed locally, but all friends of turnout at the polls in this important J
the couple are,invited to both the election.
wedding and reception. We hear a great deal about so-

we,are to expect low voter partici- Space and spice in a new kind of saver. The trim sportster that started the bucket '.
+H-. .... : I I i I : H--H : I : I I t pation. Yet throughout the State And it's just one of three new Chevy II seat brigade. Here's rear engine scamper

t there were six seats:for the United I wagons.Very parkable.Very packable,too. s wedded to the road-with tenacious traction

THANKYOU States House of Representatives on Has a load floor that's over 9 ft. long with and quicksilver reflexes. And this one's as ,.....
i the various ballots, as well as a second seat and tailgate down. easy to own as it,is to drive.

seat-in the United States Senate, _N..... In nu .. .. NHNNNNNNNNNNNNNN-.N. .....N...N._NN.__N.N.NNN NWNNM ....
and positions of great importancein :
State and local government.In .1 ,, ; ,
these, days while we witness .
extremist activities in our own ,
> "I shall be ever South Florida, area, we need more _
Positive Americanism. One of the i'1

grateful for theE: best means to demonstrate this is .
by every single man and woman
I acting like a true American and
tremendous vote voting. It does little good to talk NEW BEL AIR 4-DOOR SEDAN This NEW IMPALA 6-PASSENGER STATION

i about communism, or any other popular priced Jet-smoothie rides like a WAGON Chevrolet wagoning at its most
of confidence given ism, if we neglect to practice family room ori wheels. Got a mammoths elegant.With up to a whopping 97.5 cu.ft.

i Americanism at' home, where it cave of a trunk, too, with bumper-level of cargo space-including a compartment in

me in the May + really counts. 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 VS"skedaddle. s other valuables out of sight.
:8th. Primary Elec- ti. VISIT IN GEORGIA I

Mrs. C. R. Wroten left Thursday .:;:
(yesterday) by train from West
Ion. Palm Beach to visit relatives and See the new Chevrolet i, Chevy II and Corsair at your local.... .authorized. .Chevrolet dealer's.
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friends in Albany Ga.; Fort Deposit -
Sincerely, Ala. and Jacksonville.Mr. .
-- Chevrolet Inc.

r.... .. LAKE... LYTAL | .and Mrs. H. C. Graham'visit- Stanley
-o.- ed Mrs. Gertie Williams in Lantana -
,i m m 11 i 111 n i m i i H'It last Saturday. 164 Lake Ave. Pahokee, Florida Phone 593f'

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