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 25, 1962
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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r Garden Club Workers 4-H Fun Day Held Resolution Sanderson Marks DeathA Methodist Women '

Barton ParkThe Organize'Circles !

t Hold Joint Meeting resolution of condolence in th?

death of D. W. "Dee" Sanderson,

Palm Beach County 4-H Fun I county purchasing agent, was Names were drawn for the
The Sod Busters, the Pahokee Day was held at Barton Park at adopted Monday by the county ,.circles of the Woman's Society of

It Garden Club and the Canal Point TEL Class Holds Lake Worth, Saturday, May 19. commission.Sanderson. Christian Service at the Pahokee

Garden Club held their annual joint Its MeetingThe Picnic lunch was served and swim who organized the Methodist Church Monday 'night,

luncheon meeting and installation Regular ming was enjoyed by all who had county purchasing department and with Mrs. Ernest Maxwell, pres'-

service at the Community Building completed one project this year has served as its director for the dent, presiding. : over the business
T. E. L. Sunday School classof State 4-H short winners 10 died
,I in Canal Point on Tuesday.The The course past years of a heart attack session.
the Canal Point Baptist Church were named. Friday. Mrs. R. F. Hurt opened the meet

tables were beautifully deco met Monday afternoon at the homeof The short course' will be held al The commission also named Will- ing by giving the "purpose" of the

rated with old fashioned May Mrs. W. S. Cross. Mrs. J. D. Florida State University in Talla- ian Sivak, an employe in the pur- Society.Mrs. .

baskets and May poles by members Latham, president, presided and hassee, June 1116. There were chasing department, to be acting I J. L. Reeves gave the devotional -

of the Sodbusters Club. led the Bible quiz. Mrs. M. F. three 4-H girl winners from the purchasing agent until further' based on the third chapter of

I' Hostesses from the Pahokee George presented the devotional. Glades. Janette Harrington of Ca, notice. Philippians.
Garden Club were Mrs. Carl Kol-
Visitation in interest of their nal Point won State Poultry scholarship The direction of the maintenance "Prayer Pals" of the Gertrude:
stad Mrs. W. S. Plumer and
class will be the project for sever for the outstanding poultry department, formally handled by :Shirley Circle were revealed at the
W. A. Keen. Hostesses from thI'
!a al weeks. Eleven members were project in the district. This is the Sanderson, was shifted to the engineering meeting.
Canal Point Garden Club vveieMrs.
present. Delicious refreshmentswere fourth year she has held this honor. department to be super Members voted to' combine the
C. B. Stringari, Mrs. Glenn
I' served.Musical. She also was elected county council vised Steve
by County Engineer two afternoon circles into the Sim- .
Ii Powell, Mrs. A. H. Scruggs, Mrs. ....
representative to the State 4-H Middleton. onson Lair Circle, to change the
O. H. Sheppard and Mrs. H. T. I
Council. name of the morning circle to the
Rodgera -
{ Program Penny Pennington of Pahokeewas Vena Mae Schroder, and to form
Mrs. M. C. Carter, retiring president I I
; I the winner of the dress revue two 'circles, the Miriam and tho

Ie.a Club,of gave the a Canal report Point on the Garden years For Lions ClubA and will be the representative f rim Last Meet Of Year Gertrude Shirley from the three

the county in the state dress revue. night circles. Mrs. James Vann

activities. Kathryn Zwicki of Bean City chairman of the membership committee
Pahokee Pack
] Mrs. Rachel Stearns, a visiting
musical proggram was pre was the winner of the Junior Lead was in charge of the drawing -
artist, was introduced by Mrs. J.
sented by Miss Alice Elaine Hurt ership. These announcements were I I of names. The new circles held
l T. Boynton. She gave a short talk'i ,
and Miss Margie Kahn, seniors of made by Mrs. Laura Burgard, assistant brief meetings for the election of
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'i and showed some of her Hewer The last meeting for the school f
Pahokee High School, at the lunch home demonstration agent. officers. I
l paintings.Gifts of the Pahokee Cub Pack was
eon meeting, Tuesday, of the Pa Raleigh Griffis, assistant agricul- year Mrs. Jack Spencer is chairman of I
were presented to the retiring held at the City Park, Monday
" hokee Lions Club. Introduced by ture agent, also attended. the new Gertrude Shirley 'Circle.
,} ,presidents J ,:Mrs. Frank Friend, evening, with Cubmaster Bill Moss
Milton Salvatore, Miss Kahn sang; There were c 150 members, and Other members are Mrs. D. B _
Mrs. Ray Hatton and M. C. in charge. A hot 'dog supper an\3
: "Vittoria Mio Core "Isreal adult leaders
present. Watkins, Mrs. N. P. McMichaeJ, '-- 1
j Carter. Mrs. O. R. Bleech received various exercises had been plannedbut
t "Come and Trip It, "Summer Mrs. Georgia Frick, Mrs. Vance
a gift from the Sodbusters, and due to a violent electric storm
Time, 'Lazy River" and "Climb Denton, Mrs. Glenn Brower, Mrs.
Mrs. James Kerwin, installing: officer PreregistrationOut which produced rain and knockedout
Ev'ry Mountain. Miss Hurt accompanied Claude Padgett, Mrs. Duncan Pad
received a gift, presented the lights, the awards will be
Miss Kahn and played gett, Mrs. Laurie Justice, Mrs. J. L.
4 jointly from the three clubs. presented in September.
two piano solos, "Sunrise Serenade" At PahokeeThe Reeves, Mrs. Melvin Spooner. Mrs.
Officers installed for the Canal However eight Cubs in the Webe
by Frankie Carle and "ThApartment" Madonna Wright, Mrs. J. E. \Vil-
Point Garden Club for 1962-63 los Den will receive their awards ina
by Charles Williams. (continued on 8)
were Mrs. Glenn Powell, president: few days from their Den Leader, I page
Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pahokee Elementary School
Mrs. A. H. Scruggs, vice-president; W. D. (Bill) Howard. Billy Boe has I
1 Kahn, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hurt, will not hold a pre-registration of
secretary, Mrs. C. B. Stringari and i been the Den Chief for the Webelos!! Home Demo Club To
F Deputy Sheriff Lee Wroten, Mr. First Grade students this Springfor
(continued on page 8) during the year. The Webelos
Snyder, David Motes of Belle Glade Fall enrollment. Last year a
: award is the highest given in Cub
and Bob Adams of total of 42 students enrolled during I I Furniture
Scouting and the only one received Study
George Butler was the Clewiston'l the; Spring registration, but on the '
that can be worn on the Boy
Auxiliary student member, Robert first day of Fall enrollment a total I
Scout uniform. Boys eligible to receive -
President Brooks Henderson presided of 92 first graders registered.This I The furniture refinishing courseof
the Webelos award are Guy
over the busines session. did not give the school any
Honored At Dinner the Pahokee-Canal Point Hc-me
.. enrollment ot'l Wood, Bill Howard, Eugene Reed,
indication of total
Chuck Bradley, Lance McMichael, Demonstration Club will be held

Nancy Harrington help in making out schedules for Hank Tucker, Danny Denton and Monday, May 28, and Wednesday,

: A progressive dinner was given, the First Grade teachers. Althougha Frank Tillis. May 30, at 8:30 a. m. at the Canal

last Friday night, by the four cir- Spring Round-up will not be con- Point Community Building.! Be

cles of the Woman's Missionary Talks Garden ClubMiss ducted this year, Principal Howard cause of Election Day, there will

Union of the Pahokee First Baptist has released the following information not be a session on Tuesday as
Mrs. !
of New
Church honoring members of the which should prove helpful to previously announced. Mrs. M. C.

Girl's Auxiliary. Nancy Harrington was parents of First Graders. Carter will conduct the two work

The dinner was planned as a trip guest speaker at the meeting of Parents who have children of I Sorority PresidentMrs. shops. Members are asked to bring

to Hawaii with the girls making the Canal Point Garden Club held school age should be giving their sandwiches for the luncheon" and

their first stop at the home of Mrs.C. last Thursday, at Cypress Lodge, attention to those things which are I the drink will be furnished.
L. Shirley, Jr., which was dec- the home of hostess, Mrs. W. S. important before the child is reg- ., Lillian Masonic of South Mrs. W.*El: McCall who will be in

orated to represent a scene on the I Evans, Introduced by conservation istered in school for the first time. I Bay was' installed as new prep dent charge of the program at the next

tropical island. An appetizer was chairman, MrsAlma Burr, Miss Florida school law states that of the Omicron Chapter of the meeting on June 7, has announced

served and a.lei of flowers present I Harrington discussed the conservation children may enter the first grade Sigma Eta, Fine Arts ,Sorority at that Miss Delores Ellis, hair stylist

ed to each girl by members of tne I of birds in Florida. Followingher in September if they will be six I the annual banquet and installation from the Beauty Salon at Burdines ,

Betty Mills Circle. talk, she was presented with a (Continued. page 8) 1 service held at the home of M:-s. In- West Palm Beach, will di&cusanair -'

As they traveled further in Ha- gift of appreciation from the club. Dan Carpenter, 1779 East Main styles and makeup. This will

waii, they arrived at the home of MrsHazel Chastain was the Street, Monday night. be;; the last meeting of the lIec1s: :i '
New Addition To Be
Mrs. Paul Watson who representedthe winner in a contest to name 25 I Other officers for 1962-63 installed and'' will feature a coveicd dish ."

Lottie Moon Circle. Salad was different flowers, which l\Irs..Evans by Mrs. Mary Anderson of Belle luncheon. Mrs. Roland Kahle, president

served in grapefruit shells and the had selected from her garden that Open By BaptistsA Glade are Mrs. Betty Kidae/ of will preside at the business! -"'7

group sang Hawaiian songs. morning. Mrs. Chastain identified Belle Glade, vice-president; Mrs. session. '

of the dinner 24 out of the 25. ..... a.-
The main course Ruby Jones of Belle Glade, corresponding :,'
was served in luau style near the Mrs. M. C. Carter, president, dedication service and "open secretary; Mrs. Edna Bar Mrs. Maxwell Attends

murmuring waters of the Lake in I presided at the business session. house" will be held at the Pahokee rett of Canal Point, treasurer; t

the tropical setting. Mrs. C. E. Mrs. J. S. Harrington was co- First Baptist Church, next Sunday :Mrs. Mabel Lutz of Belle Glade, Atlantic City WSCS ,,:

Williams was in charge, aasisted hostess with Mrs. Evans. There afternoon, beginning at 5:00 p. m. recording secretary; Mrs. Edna

by members of the Faye Taylor,were twenty members present. in the church sanctuary Rev. Luther Barrett_ of Canal Point, treasurer; Mrs., Ernest Maxwell of Pahokeewas
Circle. Key of Belle Glade will be the Mrs. Mabel Lutz of Belle Glade in attendance at the quadrennial -

After setting sail for the main-i I Lee'Wroten Back guest speaker. recording secretary and Mrs. Marjorie Assembly of the Woman's Society

land, they reached the United I Open for Inspection will be the Whitlock of South Bay, hisr of Christian Service of the

States at Fellowshhip Hall which : As Sheriffs. Deputy newly completed air conditioned torian. Corsages were-presented to Methodist Church, May 15-18, at :

\ was decorated in red, white and nursery, the new choir room, a new all the officers. Others attending Atlantic City, New Jersey.

blue. Each girl was presented with I Lee Wroten, well known Pahokee three-room young-married adult's were Miss Laurine Anderson and Surpassing even the denomina'

an American flag. A dessert coarse I resident, has returned to the Palm department, the three-room primary Mrs. Robert Hatton. tion's General Conference this con-

of cocount cake and ice cream was Beach County Sheriff's Depart- department and the newly The next meeting will be,fit the vocation drew to the famous con-

served'by the Grace Jernlgan Circle ment. An experienced deputy, he furnished balcony. Refreshments home of Mrs. Mabel Lutz where a vention hall here 9,200women from

with Mrs. H. C. Graham in I has joined the force at the Glades I will be served in the recreation workshop in aluminum. etching will 50 slates and more than 20 coun

charge. Sub-station. I halL The public is invited to attend. I be conducted. tries. ,

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J. When money is put to work it tends I'AT P. M. CONVENTION ') VISITING IN PAIIOKEE"'

: 1 to generate more business activity, Mrs. Edythe Smith, Canal Point I Lt. and Mrs. William R, (Bill)

r more employment and more spend Post Master, spent several days I Hatton are spending a 14-day leave

, ing by businessmen and workers. the first of the week in Daytona I here at their home on Bacom Point

.- That's why economists are Beach where she attended a con-!I Road. Lt. Hatton is stationed at :

L_. :; ]/ eJa 1 1I 1 watching so closely the volume of vention of post masters. Fort Lee, Virginia.Mrs. r

money industry is spending this .. I I

!!M- year for improvements and expan- Mr. and Mrs. Dan Carpenter, John B. Jones and Miss 1i i 1
I I- r sion. They' find spending by Amer- Mr. and Mrs Milton Carpenter and Peggy Carver of Jacksonville spent j

'" r ican consumers-the public and children, Danny Denton, and Janet last weekend with Mrs. Jones' par- t

" 1 I. I by government at, a high level.but Ahrens of Belle Glade, spent Sun- ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Barwickat '. J

industry is holding back. Right now day afternoon at singer Island. 387 Cypress Ave. I

I Florida is makinga' better showing: ---
i than the U. S. as a whole. Once the I

.r The Rardin Building In Canal Point FloridaTHE you national can expect trend begins our Sunshine to improve State, IthapeneiEARSagoThe !! .

business. ,activity to score even better -
old"est"incorporated trade association in the country, the

; THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing United States Brewers Association, was organized in 1862 .
Mead Maxwell IsRotarySpeaker the same year that

the.Lake Okeechobee Farming1 Region Without S3 sIN .

Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years

Established March ;ll, 1924 Published Every Friday s.

Subscription Price '$2- O' Year In Advance

Mead Maxwell was guest speakerat
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn the
the luncheon meeting of A. > 170,
Canal,Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter Pahokee Rotary Club, last" hurs-

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher day, with R. O. Lampi, president,

--- presiding. Mead, second place win-
I ner in the district Future Farmer's
and calves 2,509 swine, one horse
of America public speaking con-

Tie Fa tm a ront and 21 goats.. t test, spoke on the history of the j
!vrp' !Jvwv .v' Y
sugar cane industry from its be- nOh M
; Rural families in America appear -
ginning in India to the present
r to be pretty good credit risks.Farmer's .
time. FLORIDA, citizens were evading the blockade of the Union
; 1iiiit.iiiJ'iE. Home Administration of Guests were Walter Hooker, N. Navy, by using small boats to bring in essential weapons and

I the U. S. Department of Agricul-I T. Taylor, Lee Cranford, Paul supplies for the Confederate armies. After each successful
ture, reports that during the 12 blockade
Davidson, Luther Jones, A. E. run, many men celebrated with well-earned glassesof
years it's rural housing loan pro- beer.
o-N (Slick) Kirchman and son, Terry,
gram has been in effect, losses on
and Dr. Clarence Kidder all of For then, as now, beer was the traditional bev-
principal have amounted to only 2
Belle Glade 'land Bob Hutchson of erage of moderation. But beer means more than
I had the pleasure recently of of- one-hundredths of 1 per cent.
West Palm Beach. Don Kelly was enjoyment in our state. The Brewing Industry '
ficiating at the dedication and Of the 356.4 million dollars in
the guest of student member, John contributes more than 25 million tax dollars to
opening sale of Florida's newest loans, only $82,000 has been writ- Florida each year-moriey that helps supportour

livestock sales center, the Hillcrest ten off as uncollectible. Only 62 Hundley. I hospitals, schools, and highways.
L. L. chairman
Auction Market at Brookesville. loans have been foreclosed since program

This market, modern in every the program was originated in for next week, announced that the TODAY in its centennial year,the United States"
speaker will be Walter Kautz, sec- I Brewers Association still works constantly to assure ; t
respect, including an airconditioned 1949. Of these, 9 were in 1960 and -
auction reetary of the Sugar Cane Coopof maintenance of high standards of quality ,
ring and a restaurant 8 in 1961. A total of 52,000 families r

brings to 39 the number of such obtained loans in the past 12 years Florida. -- .. and propriety wherever beer and, ale are served. j J J'lORIn

markets now serving our cattle- and it's expected about 95 million

men, dairymen and swine raisers. dollars will be made available in New Sunday Schoo'lClass

When we start on statewide hog housing loans this year.I For MethodistsA

cholera eradication, which I.hope agree with Secretary of Agri- "''VISION- ..

will be getting underway soon culture Freeman who said "this is I UNITED STATES ..

after July 1, I expect to see strict a remarkable tribute to the finan-I new Sunday School Class for \ A11lu BREWER ASSOCIATION' tNCQ
enforcement young adults has been formed at nni 1 !oOANQQ ...
of new sanitary reg'.1lations cial integrity of rural families and nnilnl[
the Pahokee .
Methodist Church. It
for markets as an important their ability to manage their finan-
meets at 9:45: a. m. in the newly
I feature of a State-Federal cholera cial affairs. ,.- .
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eradication_program. Incidentally, loans under thisprogram'
chapel. The teachers are :Mrs.
t are made only to those I
Ralph Johnson and B. Elliott, Jr.
Our auction markets are an important who are unable to obtain financingfrom I
i Any young people out of high IN TAilrOMIC
link in the chain of services conventional sources. As a I I AGE. .
school to age 30 are invited for
that bring meat to our dinner result, the families who obtained I

tables. Passing through Florida such loans had to be extra carefulto worship and study.- ..

t auction markets in 1961 was a total meet ,their repayment obliga-
of about animals, including tions. I think the record demon-
800,000 J. R. York returned to her k
426,913 cattle and 366,419 hogs. strates the good judgment exer
home in Pahokee Monday to
The figures represent a major por- cised by some 7,500 county commit-
the She has been
tion of the year's total marketingsin teemen who had the responsibilityof ,
visiting her son-in-law and daughter -
Florida of both cattle and swine. evaluating the soundness of the
Mr. and Mrs. Browning Roachin
What is believed to be the larg- loans made in their counties.
Maryville, Tenn. for several
est sale of one owner's animals,on months.IN rte. .,

record occurred earlier this year at The rural housing loans have
a sales yard auction in Oregon. been of benefit to others besidesthe THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT f

More than a,million dollars changed families who obtained them. A IN AND FOR PALM BEACH COUNTY

hands in one day when 7,000 recent survey in one Alabama FLORIDA NO. 18944 ,

head of single-brand beef cattle- county showed that 28 loans therein In re. Estate of :

steers and cows-were auctionedThe 1961 totaled 81906. They provided DR. E. A.Deceased BOSWELL. :
sale lasted for 10 hours and- 37,324 hours of employmentfor NOTICE TO CREDITORS

the auctioneers "cried" lots of',50 local labor. Of building materials All creditors of the estate of DR. E.
A. BOSWELL deceased are hereby
to 100 head at a time. purchases totaling $195,720, notified and required to file any claimsor

I For comparison, a recent sum- the amount spent on items produced demands which they may have 1 w .I,
against said ,estate in the office of the ,
mary showed a gross of $211,126 in in the county came to $81,620. county Judge of Palm Beach County. r ; iti, ,y

receipts'at 9 Florida markets in You can see how a local economy Florida in the courthouse at West M M
Palm Beach. Florida within eight
one week. In that period 15 markets : : can be stimulated by a sound calendar months from the date of the

reported sales of 4,341 cattle' :pl'ogram.that I increases spending.I first publication of this notice. Each .
claim or demand must be In writing

,. -, .0 ,.- ,'.-j-; -.;"- r. -.. ...,'...... _d' f'0 and must be sworn to by the claimant BUILD FOR SAFETYMASONRY
and post-office address of the claimant
i and must be worn to by the claimant
his agent or his attorney or It will
become void according to law. wilK CONCRETE
May 18. 1962. v
Monday Cattle Sales Ancillary Administrator of
the Estate of Home builders using strong, durable concrete masonry
1 DR..E.. A..BOSWELL.deceased. have proven the lasting qualities of concrete block .

First publication on May 25. 1962. even in areas subjected to hurricanes,earthquakes or 'dis
Are regularly held at o the J. Glades, Livestock Market. Pub.: May 25. June 1. 8. IS. 1962 astrous atomic blasts. If you're planning to build, look

which is owned and operated by more than 120 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN first to concrete masonry, the weather-proof termite-

Florida Cattlemen. FLORIDAIN AND JOB PALM BEACH COUNTY, proof decay-proof, fire-safe building material. For

RE: THE ESTATE OF : quality block precision made on Stearns equipment. .
You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here DECEASED HULDA M. WILSON, .: see us today.

; at this Market. We'make atf effort at all times to give NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll f'
Official of Nation Coa rU
creditors of the of HuldaM. Report MMOOTT
an outstanding service to buyer and' seller. Give us Wilson, deceased, are hereby notified A.-ociatioa. Chicago, Illinois, May 11,1955.
i and required to file any claims or demands -
trial. which you may have against AVOID>> ) DESTRUCTION-WITH MASONRY CONSTRUCTION
I, said estate in the office of the County
m ff-n- ft t:11 Judge of Palm Beach County Florida.
In the Court House at West Palm Beach. .
Florida, within eight calendar months I
SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m. from the date of the first publicationof
this notice to-wlt: May 25. 1962.
Each claim or demand must be in
writing and must state the place of
residence and post office address of the
Glades, Livestock MarketASSOCIATION claimant and must be sworn to by the
claimant, his agent or his attorney
or It will be come void according to law.
Dated this 30th day of April. 1962.
Frank M.. Wilson

On Panolcee-Belle i Glade load.. Hulda Executor M.of Wilson.PublishrMIay Estate. of .
25. June 1.8'an&. IS.
Phone WY 6-3028 George Young, Manageryyy&usi I,IThadd Whidden. ... PHONE 7185 PHONEWT 65249Ir"
| Attorney for Executor

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I-which would provide an increased Mrs. C. L. Stuart of Canal Point n;

Rogers Asks Sugar quota for our Florida cane pro- has returned to her home after be-
Increase In Bill ducers. My bill would also cut the ing called to Montgomery. Alabama -. .

portion of the Quota which was allocated due to the illness of her

" to Cuba prior to Castro."I mother, Mrs. Enfinger.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. John Ornsdorff and the faculty at Admiral Farragut ...
WASHINGTON am hopeful that new -
I D. C. Intro- sugar
son,, Johnny, of Tallahassee are Academy.Miss .
ducing new legislation on sugar legislation will be enacted quickly and Mrs. Chandler McllwaH
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sandra Lampi, a member of quotas, Congressman Paul Rogershas so that the future of our $100- of Ft. Lauderdale spent the past I I
Lloyd Mullis, on Annona Ave. the University of.Miami "Band of I
called for increased sugar 000,000.00 Florida sugar industry weekend as the guest of his parents -
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Byrd long the Hour," has returned to her
I cane marketing quota for mainlandcane will,be secure and have new oppor- Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Mcllwain
time residents of Pahokee, moved studies after spending the weekend "
of particular importance to I I of Pahokee.THEATRES.
Thursday to their new. home near here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
the $100,000,000 cane industry in
Quincy. R. O. Lampi.
Florida. M+IIII I II II Mil I_MI 1 I I lit i 1 I | l I H t M"1 It M I 1 I I I l .
Mrs. L. V. McClelland of Canal Seniors of Pahokee High School
Rogers made his remarks before
Point returned by plane, last Fri- who 'are members of the Pahokee i
the House Agriculture Committee
day, from Panama City after First Methodist Church will be
I I which is presently considering-
spending a week with her mother, guests of honor at the morning
sugar legislation.
Mrs. S. J. Williams, and other rel worship service on Sunday. Rev. I
"Florida will be vitally affectedby PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN
atives. T. C. O'Steen, pastor will deliver .
: an increased quota Because of t
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Crews had as the sermon. Pahokee ahokee-Belle Glade Road
: our existing cane producing industry -
weekend guests, her brotherinlaw Mrs. J. E. Carter has returned to \
as well as our extensive can-'expansion -: .
and sister, Dr. and Mrs. R. her home in Jacksonville after be- !: now in progress. I 2 IHG FEATURES -

J. Denning, Mrs. Ed Carter and ing the house guest of :Mr. and SUNDAY MONDAYTUESDA1
"Since the United States severed
Mrs. Harold Knight, all of Vero Mrs. M. D. Geiger of Canal Point relations with Communist Castro :I SUNDAYlIONDAYTUESDAlAY: 27-28-29

Beach. for the past week.
we have no longer imported sugar MAY 27-28-29
Mr. and Mrs. Minter Collins Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson were : "THE DEVIL AT"MYSTERIOUS
from Cuba. Many Floridians have
spent Tuesday Wednesday in the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. hoped that domestic producerscould 4 O'CLOCK"ISLAND"
St. Petersburg visiting their son, Arnold Barad in West Palm Beach.
Lt. Lewis M. Collins member of Mrs. Pope Sears has returned to supply the United States SPENCER TRACY AND (
market with Sugar and I, for one,
her home from Good Samaritan FRANK SINATRA
I have long felt that we should never '
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Hospital in West Palm Beach where r.ALSGEastman -
become for- IN .
again dependent on a
she had /
surgery. eign source for a large share of our RIde Lonesome
Classified Ads Mrs. W. F. Tillis of Pahokee at- COLOIC
sugar needs.
tended the. G. A. Coronation
service -
"I have introduced legislation-I II IIIII t III11 .11 I III t 111111111111111. H t t 111I1I I
at the First Baptist Church in

'SUGAR BOOM is sure to hit. If Wauchula Sunday night, where her --

'you have a spare room or two for i!,niece, Miss Vera June Jaudon was .

rent, why not place an ad in this crowned Queen Regent. Jayne

column and watch results. A phona Young, sister of Vera June servedas

call and $1.00 will get the job done. Cape Bearer.Coronation.
I IGirl's
daily. If you advertise in this Held .

classified column, folks will know
Phone 511 Pahokee Phone 6-2550 Belle Glade
where to find that spare room. WY -

Send 1.00 and copy for your ad to AuxiliaryAn I ,

The Everglades News, Canal Point, SALES and SERVICE I :

\ Fla. impressive coronation service i Heating Air Conditioning Appliancesr i! I II.LIjJ..Y..4
FOR SALE: New and used Willys for the Girl's Auxiliary of the Pa- I .

Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garagein hokee First Baptist Church was .

Belle Glade Phone 3058. held last Sunday at the. evening l..V.JIJ"y"JYP.M.I I ; IJ.M.II j :I..V.4 J..Y..4il.\l.4. J.\l.4 M4 J..v.&I 41J.wIA.M.I1I.\l.&jY.41J.M.III..VP.M.IJ..v.&I! IWJ.M.Ii I JY.4jJ.M.Ii'M 4iJ 1."IJ'"

Oct. 17-54-ch. service. The girls receiving awards .
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had completed their "forward step" --
FOR RENT or FOR SALE: Lunch- '
room business. Reason: sicknessin !
sanctuary was beautifully

family Apply Williamson's decorated in green, white and gold, 'f'I
Fruit Stand 2 miles north of Canal the colors of the GA. A spotlight I ;
Point on route 441. M18tf ;V
.. shone on a large streamer em- ,"

r blazoned in gold "For God So :1Y

Fifteen Dollars Loved." The world-wide theme of .- ...:.,

r- That is! all you need to have a new love was emphasized by the use of tL

home built on your lot. For further flags of all nations and a globe of ... ,. ,,' 'IIIF'"

f details! call HUNT REAL ESTATE the world. .
; at 924-7933 In Pahokee. M25tf Members of the Girl's Auxiliary

I receiving recognition were the '

"Maidens", Julie Unwinl Joi Gee i : .s3.: '

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN Crady, Debbie Culberson, Pam
FLORIDA Hunter and Beverly Rashley; the .J +# IwMMMw010MwnW.wwwlMwwwwWlYYs

PROBATE C\SE NO. 18,846 "Ladies in Waiting," Nancy Rash-
MARGARET ELARBEE : ley Jan Unwin, Donna Lee Collier.

DECEASED. t ; Debbie Poteete, Marsha Penning-
ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES, DIS-I I ton, Debbie Gross, Glenda Brewer, ..
AGAINST SAID ESTATE: highest award, a scepter went to
You and each of you are hereby II.
Miss Lawanda Edmondson for hav-
notified that you are required by Law
to present any claims and demands ing completed the rigid require-
which you. or either of you. may have
against the Estate of MARGARET M. ments for the "queen with a scept :!

ELARBEE. deceased late of said County er" step, one of the most advanced I :; ...,. ,-
to the County Judge of Palm Beach
ranks attainable for
County. Florida at his office In the Intermediate .w..www.
court house of said County at West girls. Little Miss Jane Spencer was ww.w.wr I
Palm Beach. Florida within six calen- .,'. www
the bearer
for the
dar months from the time of the first scepter queen. '
publication of this notice. Each claimor The charges were given by Mrs. :, ,
demand shall be in writing and
shall, state the place of residence and Guthrie Colvard. The candle lighters : ,
post office address of the claimant and were Annelle Nix and Dell :Mc- PARTNERS in PROGRESS
shall be sworn to by the claimant. and
agent, or his attorney and any such Dowell. Miss Patsy Keen was 'or- 4s '
claim or demand not so filed shall be ganist. '

TOUL Harry Brooks Elarbee As Miss Ruth Colvard, soloist, sang s: for PROFITABLE FARMING
.-. Executor of the Last Will "The Love of God" and "The Lightof V :

M.and Elarbee.Testament deceased.of Margaret the World Is Jesus'- ., r ... .. ..

:Ralph O. Johnson Mrs. David Unwin, GA director, -

172 Attorney Bacom for Point Executor Road was-In. charge of: the --program. 't p: Florida's'agricultural production i is steadily forging ahead. Farms ;:

Pahokee. Florida She was assisted by';Mrs. Don:Col- ttr' are larger; represent a greater investment. The: modern successful -
Publish: May 11, 18. 25 and June 1. 1962 +
lier. Mrs. Lois White, Miss Patsy farmer is a good businessman. He knows that profits
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Keen and Mrs. H. E. Unwin.A {.
.depend on keeping quality UP production and processing
REGISTER FICTITIOUSNAME reception was held in the recreation .''!
hall following the close of costs DOWN. This call for REDDY'S help. for time-and- -; .

Notice is hereby given that the the service with Mrs. Lester Handin _.;r- ... labor-saving low-cost electricity. '

undersigned under the provisionsof charge. She was assisted by Now, with the flip of a switch, scores of chores get done easier r I ,1
Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Mrs. H. E. Unwin.
Acts-of 1941, will register with the quicker and better the modern electric way. .. .for better '. .

Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and crops, healthier animals, increased production, faster process : .

for Palm Beach County, Florida, ..' ing. REDDY and the Florida Farmer are partners in progress V 'J

upon receipt of proof of publicationof tamIcIG00DVI t'f for profitable farming. :

this notice the fictitious name,

towit: Y-. IN THE RURAL HOME, TOO. Reddy provides the modern ". : !.

.KELLLY'S POOL HALL comforts and conveniences flameless electric cooking, I .

155 E. Main St. tEVL E .. water heating, laundering, refrigerating, dishwashing, air-con '1 .
Pahokee, Florida
Under which I am engaged in bus I ... ditioning..working around the clock for pennies a day to ease-

iness in Pahokee. Florida. That the \ household chores for happier Florida living..electrically! "J. .

party interested in said businessis '" .

as'follows: ) \ :
LOUDON F. .GINGERY, Owner J : itn1cUard tameless ZiZ&L
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Florida.. May 1, 1962. ...Irs CIEAI'EIr..TOOI .
i.Finn' Name: Kelly's Pool Hall FLORIDA
"'1'' By Loudon. F. Gingery, tt-; HELP/NORBUILD LIGHT COMPANY ,

Owner. \.,.. ... FLORIDA '
Publish: May 4, 11, 18, 25, 1962 '--'-' '- 11


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' : 4 A: With Series E Bonds, the rate turns $18.75 ,into You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the .....
( $25.00 fourteen months faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide X....
\ ''* Your savings increase faster, because your Bonds income for living, expenses, while E Bonds build a ,
4 mature in just 7 years, 9 months. nest egg for the future. That's why many retired >
4 With Series H Bonds people:.hold H Bonds and; families saving for, say, a s4,
the 10-year maturity period '
.cl 1a s education, buy E Bonds. 4.
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i 4 six months.With both E and H Bonds the new.rate Q:In what denominations can I buy series E and series ..}
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Q:When did the.new rate become effective? (cost $75.00), $200 (cost $150.00)), $500 ... I
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'$10,000 (cost$7,500.0t) :
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4 A: You can't lose. Every Bond purchased is recorded )
; 4 Q:When my KBoacfe mater, will they keep on earning by the Treasury. If anything happens to your .>
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means yonrE Bondsscutomai ep'earn- A: Buy HBondfl at any bank-: it takes only a fewmin-- (
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Savin hm where you work.This Flan means you .
4: Q b With the a.v interest.rate, shoeld I cash m ay old can have any amount you name automatically deducted ;. .
I &ads.d bay new coast every payday. The Bonds you buy by '. _
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4 .. essaI] IDdfaahn a .;;.t IIIvaB- tom Your blnk1ril1 tafes your order for H.Bo&dk $

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I Page Six The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday. May 25, 1962

I I \ 1 \" MEET
,r. Mrs. T. C. O'Steen at-

. : : of the Mental \
I inVest Palm Beach
and Thursday. The
ySE I as their guests, last

E ( brother Mrs. H.and H.sister-in-O'Steen

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First Methodist I I, Canal Point The Methodist Church to spend a two-

Church, Pahokee I Baptist ChurchRev. Canal Point, Florida: with Peacock.his parents Navyman, Mr.

.. Rev. T. C. O'SteenSUNDAY Charles D. Stewart, Pastor Robert A.-Shelley Pastor just completed his
: SUNDAY: SUNDAY: at San Diego, Calif.,
9:45 a. m.-Church School 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00 a. m.-Church School assigned Jo the Avia
11:00 a.: m. Morning'Worship,. 11:00 a. ,m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.- Morning'Worship School at Kingsville,
6:45 p. m. MYF "'*:;- 6:30 p. m.-'l'raBfDg Union. 630; p. m. 'Youth Fellowship
7:45 p.:m. Evening Worship 7:30 p. -m.-EveWnff ;Worship: 730; p. m.-Evening'Worship .
7:00 p. m.Vesper Choir prac '7:30. p. m.-Prayer Meeting. 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir.practice ADS PAY 1

: Church Of, God 8:00 p. m.-Woman' Society -- --- --
7:45 p.:in.-Mid-week devotions<<; 1st Tuesday : : : : : H-C-: : : : : : : :
8:30 p.'m.-Senior Choir prac Barf field HighwayPahokee 2nd MONDAY: .1:
tice. I 7-30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting SALE:

Fla.J. WEDNESDAY: undeveloped muck-
W. 'Hughes, Minister 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting I Canal Point, pric-
The Church, Of God Phone 3736 at $300 per

Of Prophecy, Pahokee. SUNDAY: Canal ,Point First ) If needed.
9:45 a. in.-Sunday School
Canal Point Road 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Baptist ChurchElder I H

John H. Kinard, pastor 7:30 p. m. -Evangelistic Ser- I 8
R EL Barfleld
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School viceTUESDAY +
11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service : : I I +
7:3O: Service. 20:00 a. m.-Sunday School
7:45 p. Evangelistic Service p. m.Prayer '
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship : W. Knight $
8:00 p. m. Tuesday:-V. L. B. THURSDAY: 11 I
8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. 7:30 p. m. Youth for Christ 7:00 p. m.:B. T. C. REALTOR :I:
Everyone welcome. Special musio ,Service. 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship I. Phone 814.1355 4*

and singing. --. WEDNDESDAY 7:30 p. m.-Midweek: Prayer I I :: Palm. Beach, Fla. tH I
First Baptist Service I 1 1I i
2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: I
The Pahokee ChurchOf Church Pahokee
7:30 p. m-Ladies Auxiliary !

The NazareneRev. Guthrie W.-Colvard, Minister Meeting.Christian NOW I
Sunday School 9:45 a. m. -
Max D. Jones, Pastor 11:00
Morning Worship a. m. Science
433 Bacom Point Rd.
Training Union 6:30: p. m.
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. Group Of Canal Point s TRAILWAYSNEW

SUNDAY, SERVICES: Wednesday Prayer I ....................................
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. Service 7:30 p. m. Divine healing is a theme of the ,I
11QO a. m.-Sunday Worship. A warm welcome to all. Lesson-Sermon entitled "Soul and I IBody" I .
6:30: p. m.-Juniors. 'I GETS TO
to be heard at Christian
7:00 m.Sunaay Evening I
p.Evangelistic Service. St. Peter's Lutheran Science services Sunday. \
Matthew's account of the heal-
WEDNESDAY 7:30 p. m.-Midweek: Prayer Church, Belle Glade ing by Christ Jesus of the centurion's -I 4.: YORK I
servant who was "sick of
"Where meeting.you are a stranger but August Koerber, Pastor the palsy" will be included in the 1 t
once". 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade Scriptural readings.One .
--.- SUNDAY: of the correlative citationsto
Divine Services 11 A. M. be read from "Science and .
Holy Nativity School 9:45 A. M._ -Health with KeYf fo the Scriptures"
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Episcopal Church by Mary Baker Eddy states: 1
Pahokee I St. Mary's Catholic "Knowing that Soul and its at-
tributes were forever manifsted
Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar I through man, the Master healed .
SUNDAY: Father Francis Fennech, Pastor the sick, gave sight to the blind, I
10 a. m.-Sunday School Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m. hearing to the deaf, feet to the
11 a. m.-Worship Service I Confessions before Mass. lame,thus bringing to light the
scientific action of the, divine Mindon UIJd :: u .
-, human minds and bodies'and Ride our I
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:::1: Soul and salvation" (p. 210),
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MONEY EARN 41L C7' ? SD II-ANNUAL i Peggy McElhenny LJ $ V! East Florida '

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IT'S EASY . . : Honored At PartyMiss I : Our new route along the {
.ti. eastern coastline cuts hours
Peggy Anne McElhenny,
SMALL AMOUNTS SAVED REGULARLY GROW FAST! bride-elect of Robert Thor Hatton, 11A I trips. We travel new super-
3: highways. Airconditioning. -
was honored with a party at the I .... I
::: Reclining sects Rest- I
'. 1 home of Mrs. John C. Hatton, 2891 >' >< "> rooms. Vista-view win-
Bacom Point Road in Pahokee on dows.
Saturday afternoon.In t, .
I, the receiving line with the
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.: honoree, Miss McElhenny, were her ,;
," :C IN A HOME OF 'YOUR OWN? j::I mother, Mrs. George C. McElhenny i "
I Mrs. Joe Hatton, Jr. and Mrs. "
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: You will he haw it is l
I agreeably,,surprised ,{easy ic A color scheme of pink and white I
: .:e was used in ,the decorations;
; to own 'one when you do business with Everglades :t i: throughout the spacious home. The easiest_ travel on earth
refreshments table was laid witha
Federal. The Friendly Folks here will i igh lace cloth -and centered with an NEW YORK $36.90 JACKSONVILLE $ 7.70
arrangement of pink carnationsand The only Thru serviceWASHINGTON 4 Thru trips dallyORLANDO 'I'

all out to make your home dream come true. ments Queen were Anne's of crystal.The lace.. Appoint- $33.20. $ 3.75:

The only Thru service (plus taz) 4 Thru trips dally (plus. tax).,
bride-to-be was presentedwith
:* Drop' by today and talk it,over. We'll be happy a bride's book by the host- FOR INFORMATION PLEASE CALL

ti esses, Mrs. R. Lester Hatton, Mrs. -1
to see you. Joe Hatton Jr., Mrs. Ray Hatton, Canal Point Sport ShopM.
Mrs. D. L. Zaccagnino, Mrs. John C. CARTER AGENT PHONE 7787
Hatton and Mrs. Wm.,R. Hatton.
I Your Savings Insured Up To $10, QO By F. S. I. C.
The guest book was signed by 75 ,

\ during Hatton-McElhenny the afternoon.The weddingis ;_TRAILWAYSTHE

Everglades Federal planned for June 22, at the
First Baptist Church in Pahokee.
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t SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION :4 Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Stuckey haveas Y

t SAVINGS INSURED UP TO $10.000 BY FEDERAL BAVCfOfl their house guests her sister
1 AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION | Mrs. Ruby Strickland of Miami and
t T N S. W. AVE. "B" BELLE GLADE PHONE WT2 her two children and Mrs Stuck-
ey's son, Stanley Mock of West
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Page Eight Tne Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Friday, May 25, 1962


Will Go To DeLand Garden Club- Methodist Women- Kindergarten Will Install OfficersOrder

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For Graduation : = -, Have Graduaton
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) I treasurer, Mrs. S. A. N all. son, Mrs. Frances Dunson, Mrs. ,Of RainbowThere
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Maxwell, "The Toy' Shop" will be the
Mrs. Jess'Elliott was installed as Glova King, Mrs. Dorsey Pugh,
their Tina and Miss Pen theme of the "graduation" and
daughter new president of the Pahokee
Mrs. Milton Salvatore, Mrs. Hugo closing exercises of Mrs. Arch will be a public installa-
ny McKinstry will leave'today Garden Club. Other officers arc I
Boe, Mrs. Kyle Scott, Mrs. L. J.Fraser Blakey's Kindergarten to be heldin tion for Pahokee Assembly No. 16,
(Friday) to attend the closing social Mrs.. Don Hillier vice-president;
Mrs.. Marshall Lair, Mrs. the Pahokee High School .audi-! Order of Rainbow for Girls on Sun-
: functions at Florida Military Mrs. C. M. Todd, recording secretary
James Moore, Mrs Doris Lane, tciium at 7:30 p. m.,on Tuesday, day afternoon at 2:30 p. m. at the
School in DeLand. Mr. and Mrs. ; Mrs. Carl Kolstad, corre-
Mrs. Leon Spooner and Mrs. Ina May 29. Masonic Hall with Miss Gale Sears,
Maxwell's son,'Pat, who is a stu- sponding secretary and Mrs. O. R.
Mae Maxwell. Mrs. Alberto FernandezMorrellis worthy advisor-elect and the other
:' dent at the school, will accompany Bleech, treasurer.
I Mrs. E. D. Sims was elected the assisting Mrs Blakey with the officers being installed.
them home on Saturday.EASSA. Mrs. Ray Hatton was installed I
I new chairman of the Miriam Cir- program. The installing officer will be
as president for 1962-63 of the I
-.---- ---- cle. Other members are Mrs. E. H. Approximately 15 four-year old Mrs. Angelea Sears; installing
Sodbusters. The vice-president is
Mrs. I Walston, Mrs. R. D. Apelgren, Mrs. pupils will participate besides the marshall :Mrs. Jessie Barnes; installing -
Mrs. Edgar Wilder; secretary,
! John Zimmerman, Mrs. Leo Wrot- 25 graduates, who are Mendy Mills, musician Miss Alice Hurt;
Aryan Mayo and treasurer, Mrs.
F. H. Poteete. I en, Mrs. Nannie Mallory, Mrs. M. : Jon Mock, John Norman, Rod installing chaplain Miss Katherine

The installing officer was Mrs.1 J. Fountain, Mrs. Edna Pickett, : Parker, Garry Gillis, Susan Salva- Young and installing recorder, Miss

James Kerwin of West ,Palm I Mrs. Ida Larrimore, Mrs. Betty tore, Patti Apelgren, Kit Tucker, Amy Young. The public is invited.

Beach, district director of Garden I Holman, Mrs. Voncelle Brown, Mrs. Jerry Stewart, Kent Wetherington, to the installation. 'I
Ernest Maxwell, Mrs. Ruth Mere-' Shimer' Vorhees, Michael Sullivan, The Pahokee Assembly will hold
Clubs. Her installing ceremonywas I
forSchool based on a flower show and dith, Mrs. Richard Nason, Mrs. Dennis Guthrie, Mitch Sims, Don the regular meeting on Monday ,

the awards. She was aided by Mrs. Dan Carpenter, Mrs. J, W. Vann, aid Todd, Michael Brown, Susan night at 7:30 p. m. with all new

Mrs. Maribelle Rawls, Mrs. Hazel Hobson, Riddle officers presiding.
Natalie Bill Waits,
A. J. Butler of Lake Worth, assist-, .. ...
Board ant director of Garden Clubs. I I Winch, Mrs. R. G. Whiteside, Mrs. Rhonda Brady, Susan McCarley,

Guests were Mrs. Olga Pugh, Allie Mae Watson, Mrs. Dave Cun- Danny Burdeshaw, Debra Mayo, COLORADO'ISITORS

Mrs. Fred Hickerson, Mrs. Seth ningham, Mrs. J. G. Thomas, ,Mrs. Willie Van Martin and iBlly Weeks. Captain and Mrs. Henry Phippsof

0 I Roberts, Mrs. M. P. Holman, 'Mrs. H. H. Hendrix and Mrs. Marvin The public is invited to attend Fort Carson, Colo. were the
Cowart. this weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Selection of your School Board I IT. C. O'Steen, :Mrs. Guthrie Col- : program. I
Mrs. Frank Friend is chairmanof Today Michael (Mike) Brown Minter Collins. Capt. and Mrs.
''is most important. They should vard, and Mrs. Rachel Stearns. I
the afternoon circle, the Sim- who is celebrating his sixth birth. Phipps live in the same duplex at
be capable business men . Those attending from Belle Glade i
onson-Lair. Members are Mrs. C. day anniversary, will be guest of Fort Carson as Lt. and Mrs. M. W.
should be tax conscious were Mrs. Luther Jones, Mrs. Ma-
they A. Major, Mrs. M. P. Holman, Mrs.R. honor at the close-of-school party. Carey, the son-in-law and daughter -
rie Bregger, Mrs. Irvin Zumph,
with an eye for economy .. H. Watson, Mrs. R. W. Sande-3, This is the final day at the Blakey of Mr. and Mrs. Collins.
Mrs. Ivan Van Horn and Mrs. J. P.
they should be appreciative of Mrs. C. M. Todd, Mrs. C. A. Shive, Kindergarten for this season.
efforts made by our teachersand I Miss Lula Barfield, Mrs. J. P. Vann, A ---- ------ ----- -- --

others in the school system I Mrs. Loula York, Mrs. R. J. Schro- AT ELKS CONVENTION ':-HHH-+ 1 1 : -t

. they should set progressive Junior Cattlemen 'der, Mrs. Louise Brown, Mrs. H. J. Among those attending the StateElk's M To All My Friends 4 JT

policies and not Interfere with : Anderson, Mrs. W. A. Reynolds, Convention in Jacksonville, $

the curriculum already being: Picnic OutdoorsThe i: Mrs. Arch Blakey, Mrs. Lon Wilson this week, are Exalted Ruler W. M. .. and supporters in Canal .C

handled by skilled, competent Mrs. Thomas Hignite, Mrs. J. Weathers and Mrs. Weathers, Mr.i %: Point- who gave me your *=
: V. Thomas Sr., Mrs. Wm. McCleni- and Mrs. J. W. Vann
Mr. and Mrs. .
employes they should not be I 'i'] vote May 8th, I say moll 'j.j
Junior Cattleman's Association than, Mrs. Frank Rozelle, Mrs. J. Leon Spooner, Mr. and Mrs. Al' : :
allied with block
any voting I sincerely, f
had a hamburger barbecue on D. Rogers, Mrs. Nola Smith. Mrs. Lavender, E. D. Sims and Mr. and
group that, seeks special pri\- I .
the Lake front near the McCall I H. M. McIntosh, Mrs. Emma Mrs. R. O. Shackford. i Thank You!' |
ileges . they should be men [ i: :i
and --c- ---+-
Wheeler Mrs. Stanley
cowpens, instead of the 1 egular t xI
like JACK J. EASSA who meets '
May meeting, with Teddy McCall, i Mrs. Joe Katton, Sr. SU30IER VACATION
Harold A. Turner
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, these requirements. president, in charge. Those attend Mrs. J. L. Tyson will serve as David Simonson, son of Mr. and

ing in addition to the members chairman of the morning circle, the Mrs. R. B. Simonson, who has been ;: (Vice-chairman: Palm Beach X

were Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Bitting, 'I Vena Mae Schroder. Members, Ire attending Southern College at -} County School Board) ;+ ,

VOTE FOR JACKEASSA Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McColl, Assistant Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, Mrs. Vim I Lakeland, will arrive home this l!. (Paid Political Advertisement) .!.

County Agent and Mrs. Kent Casto, Mrs. R. B. Simonson, Mrs. weekend for summer vacation. I ...
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Price and their daughter, Kenna, Jess Elliott, Mrs. John Hattor.
i: Hatton, Mrs. L. L. ----- -- --- -- --
of West Palm Beach; Mr. and I II Mrs. Robert

Mrs. Dallas Nehls and two hildren I'Shirley, Mrs. Bill Hatton, Mrs.

I and Harold Brough who is presi- I Hugh Branch, Mrs. R. L. Hattcn,

dent of the Cattleman's Association 'Mrs. E. A. Jensen, Mrs. Louis ATTENTION MEN

(Paid Political Advertisement) : and his son, David, all of Belle I I Davis, Mrs. Robert Fisher, Mrs.J. .

I Glade. T. Boynton, 'Mrs. W. S. PltiniCr. TRAIN NOW TO BE A
I Mrs. Ralph Johnson and Mrs. Rex
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-I Ramsay. .A. I L Heavy Equipment

Jerry Carter Says: ,Prereffistrationcontinued -

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years old by ,the following Janu
I want to thank all the good'citaens \{ ary. A birth certificate or certain BULL DOZER -:- GRADER -:- CLAMSHELL

of Florida, especially.the ladies and other legal documents must be presented POWER SHOVEL -:- AND OTHERS
their organizations, as wall as the
and theirs and also the I as evidence of birthday.
of the Junior Chamber of Commerce Parents who have children who
and Young Democrats for the magnificient I will be entering school for the first EQUIP3IENTFor

support they gave me in the first primary, I I time in September should make Complete, Immediate Information
and solicit their activity and vote in my
behalf In the coming run-off primary. I I sure that this' evidence is on hand Fill Out Coupon And Mail Today!

: to be presented to the proper auth- .
In the first of the State's NO
- primary out
orities August
- 60 on Registration Day,
30, 1962.
Counties each gave Jerry Carter 1! In addition to the birth certificate NEEDED Heavy Equipment Division
40 MORE VOTES than,all other opponents I Box AA cThe Everglades News,
the following information will
combined! I: Qualify for .the Canal Point, Florida .
Counties each placed Jerry Carter I be needed during registration: I high paying jobs

20 FIRST with a big majority in each of : health record, name of family doctor -I :available In the Name ---------_____________________ Age__

these Counties. I name and address of person to Heavy Equipment Street __________..,________,_.:_____________
I call in case parents cannot be Industry: -
City .... State_________
Roads, ----------?------
JERRY CARTER has saved the reached in emergency, and a recordof Building

immunizations. Palm Beach Dams, etc. Phone ________ Hr. at Home______ _
Florida Residents .
nearly ,, County Board of Public Instruc-

tion requires parents to submit
200000000. -- evidence that the child has 'had ....
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Small Pox, Poliomyelitis and Dip-
theria immunizations.All .

parents are urged to take I I
: Our County Growing:
their children to their family doc-
tor to insure that the child will i EXPERIENCE

TALLAHASSEE AREA -Jerry Carter was directly responsible for refundsto fulfill the law regarding the,immunization KEEP
the customers of Southeastern Telephone Company in North Central requirements of the Board. :& LEADERSHIP I
and Northwest Florida of nearly $1 I million.
One other requirement that BEN SUNDY
SOUTH FLORIDA Four ((4)) separate rate reductions on Florida Power
and Light Co. were ordered! by the commission in 1957 reducing should be attended to on registration -

electric light rates $4,725,000 annually. Another $200,000 in '60, an- day is the Affirmation of Exemption I I

other 6'/4 million in I960 and another for.$2 million. Total nearly $15 from payment of non-resi-

million in this vast area alone. dent tuition fee. Each child enter- H Vote May 29
PENSACOLA The Commission ordered rate reductions of $257,501
ing school must have on file a ,
annually went into effect January 1958. (Gulf Power Co.)
f JACKSONVILLE Refunds in gas amounted to $105,727 (Jacksonville statement that the parent is exempt -
Gas Co.) from the payment of non-

s4:".'..' \ MADISON -, Commissioner Carter brought before the,commission the resident tuition.If RE-ELECT i ii
phone company serving Madison, into a public hearing on rates and an all parents of students enter-
:. inadequate and inefficient service. Charges were cut ONE HALF! This ing first grade in the fall would
-. action spurred other phone companies in the state to install more
... \ Modern and efficient equipment under the supervision and through follow the above requirements and COUNTY COMMISSIONER

the cooperation of your Commissioner Jerry Carter and the Commis- suggestions, then registration dayin i i

sion. I the fall should be accomplished

ALL FLORIDA- Reduced rates for natural gas have gone Into effect al without too much confusion and
over the state by order of the Commission.Jerry Carter's first act was i
misunderstanding.Mrs. .
to urge Investigation and it resulted in the first statewide 10 percent .
reduction of exchange phone charges; and abolished a 50c per monthcharge -
for desk and hand phones.; Annette McCurdy is spend-
ing several weeks with her parents,
tef JERRY W. -
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Norman in Tig-

CAR T E -COMMISSIONER nail, Ga. and her son and daught I
er-In-law Dr. and Mrs. Charles II I ,
McCurdy and family in Charleston I (Paid Political Advertisement) Xi
(PaW PIWaI Alsarhe.eet) -
s. a 8 i t H n H t i i i i it 11 in 11111 n i in n t n i 1111 i i inf >