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: June 1, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Meeting County, CommissionerCOUNTY -Iii dIiA'"Inactive" Graduation PHS Is Baccalaureate Is

t ( TOTAL) l Set For Next Friday

Set Tuesday Night Ben Sundy ____________ 7019 Worker Scheduled Sunday
Principal Brooks Henderson of
John Archie ________ 6560
Pahokee High School said yester-
The June quarterly meeting of On County BoardQuiet PahokeeBaptist
) day that graduation exercises will
1962 for the Palm Beach County School Board :
: Cattlemen's Association is sched- be held next Friday night for the
uled for Tuesday night, June 5, at and unassuming in his 1962 graduating class. Names of The annual Baccalaureate sermon -

j'l the Canal Point Community Center Jack Eassa _______-__ 6992 manner, determined and effectivein the graduates were not availableat to the graduates of Pahokee
at 7:30 The will be his county commission work, time and won't be made
p. m. subject Leonard Brown 6287 press High .School will be delivered on
t "Dual Grading System for Beef exerting a great deal of continuous public until.this afternoon at 1:30 Sunday night June 3, at the First
effort in his desire to serve another o'clock. -
GLADES PRECINCTSCOUNTY term on the board of county ommissioners .- .. Baptist Church in Pahokee with.
Starting July 1, the United Rev. Robert Shelley, pastor of the
J States Department of Agriculture ( COMMISSIONER) _::5'511' _' B G Board Canal Point Methodist Church in
will initiate trial Sundy Archie Hospital
a one-year period I Canal Point delivering the sermon.
of using a dual-system of grading Canal Point 68 19 Miss Jann Plumer of Pahckcc
cattle, combining the present qual- OKs Joint
HospitalThe High School will play the Processional
ity grade with a cutability grade. Pahokee, __-___-_165 130 and Recessional and accom-

Dr. A. Z. Palmer along with his B. Glade (w) 119 172 pany the Pahokee High Sc'aoql
associate Dr. J. W. Carpenter, oft Southwestern Palm Beach Glee Club with Miss Sue Brower its
the Meats Products Laboratory, B. Glade (c) 80 61 County Hospital Board, Governing soloist, under the direction of Miss
University of ,Florida, has been Y of the Belle Glade Memorial
South Bay... 30 18 v Body Ellen Morgan as that group slugs
working closely with the U. S. D. I Hospital, issued the following* "One. World."
A. personnel for approximatelytwo Lake Harbor 17 16 press release today: Rev. Guthrie Colvard, pastor of
years to ,evaluate the dual- The Southwestern Palm Beach the First Baptist Church in Paho

,. grading system for cross-bred cat- 479 416 County Hospital Board has, for I kee, will, offer the invocation and
tle. The new system may be of par- I many months, been engaged in an Rev. Thomas C. O'Steen, pastor of,
ticular significance to the cattle-, exhaustive study of a proposal to the First Methodist Church in Pa-
men of Florida. (I GLADESPRECINCTSSCHOOL I'join with the Northwestern Palm hokee, will give the benediction.
Dr. Palmer will be present Tues-' ( BOARD) Beach County Hospital ,Board for .
day night to explain in detail exact- Eassa Brown I the purpose of erecting one fully
ly what dual-grading is and to I accredited 'hospital to be located Yearly 4-H MeetingCP
present results of the research he Canal Point.. 34 47 II within one half mile radius of the

I and Dr. Carpenter have compiled Pahokee __-_____ 103, 209 I,midway point of the City Limits! Baptist Church
\ during the'past couple of years. of Pahokee and Belle Glade on
icy,. This' should be;.:a' verb beneficial iB J ,.Glade (w) 209 88 4 ,or State Road No 715 (Bacom Point). .
program for all of us.. B. (Glade (c) .. 40 90 of Palm Beach County, Such a joinUhospital would ba ,financed The Canal- Point- Chapter of the'
A pot luck dinner is planned, Veteran County Commissioner BenF. by Federal Hill-Burton and 4-H Club held its annual 4-H Sun- 1
with the Association furnishing the South Bay... 25 24 Sundy of Delray Beach on Tues- tax funds. \ day Services in the Canal Point
meat bread, and drink. Would each Lake Harbor 15 15' day at the polls defeated John During this investigation, the Baptist Church Sunday morning at
of you please bring a,covered dish Archie of Boynton Beach for the Board has carefully weighed al! the 11 o'clock Worship Hour. Spec-
-either a vegetable, salad or des- upcoming 'four year term. factors in connection with this pro- ial seats were reserved for the
sert.A. 426 473 Commissioner Sundy came Up posal. The Board also has carefully group. There were 20 members
special election will be held with a total of 7,019 votes to the noted sentiments of those proponents present.
to elect a director to replace Rus- total of 6,560 garnered by Boyn- and opponents of the Joint The Pastor, Charles D. Stewart,
sell Kiser, who has recently mov- Shop Has A ton's John Archie who, had said Hospital .Plan who have expressed gave an exposition of the Third
ed to Collier County. that he would be "an active county themselves' on this proposition.There Chapter of the Book of Colossian.
New Owner TodayToday commissioner," inferring that Mr. have been many factors to relating the truths set forth there
Sundy was inactive. Had Mr. Archie consider in attempting to reach concerning Character Develop
I' An Ideal Location I had the privilege and pleasureof the right decision on this highly I ment. .

For New; Friday, June 1, the Cof- sitting alongside :Mr. Sundy for!'[important question and, becausethe Among the things he stressed
I fee Shop in Canal Point has a new 12 years on the county commission I subject with which we are were these six things: (1) There
SR715 Across Rd. owner. Mac Carter has sold the he never would have made the inference dealing vitally affects the!) lives are some things a Christian Must
: Shop to Mr. and Mrs. Prentiss that Mr. Sundy is an "in and well being of the ,entire area, Iu.t'pft, as inconsistent described
New County Park :Turbeville who have been operating active county commissioner." it has not been taken lightly. After as The Old Man and His Deeds..! '

I it for many months. Mr. Carter Commissioner Sundy isn't one to carefully weighing all the facts, it ((2), There are some things U.e*
I Several weeks ago when' it began : is retiring. play to the audience, neither .is hen is the considered opinion of the Christian must Put On, as essential -
to look like a common effort Phillip Maxson will' take over > to pop off a lot and make Board that the Joint Hospital Plan to the Christian life, described:
would be made between the hos- the bus station part of Mr. Cart- lengthy speeches in commission would definitely. be in the best interest as The New Man In Christ. ((3f'
pital boards in Belle Glade and er's business and along with that meetings, when the press is represented of the residents of the There are some things a Christian
Pahokee to locate .a new and modern ,will open -a watch repair office. just to get his name in the Southwestern District.In must! Let In as a proof of his'
1 ,c- hospital half way between the The building remains the property 'paper. Always on the alert to reaching this decision, the Christian Faith. ;
> i' two towns, County CommissionerPaul I of R. W. Sanders,Pahokee. secure those. thingspr; hia djstrict'Board: 'is well aware of the objec- (4) There are some things a":
Rardin suggested a locationon in the south end of the county,that tions posed by opponents to this Christian must Let Out to demonstrate "
'. State land just across the,'road I will keep his constituents' happy plan, as well as the problems inherent his Christian Faithfulness. '
S ,from the new county park now be- Pahokee Lions Tol and always remembering that he to such a joint,venture. It is (5)) The Warning Is, "The slacker
,, ing built on SR715 near the East represents the entire county, Mr. the Board's firm belief however,. and 'the thief will be judged hy'

Shore pump station.Commissioner : Pick Lion Of YearHod Sundy never passes up, an opportunity -'that benefits of a consolidated ven- God Himself. The wrong-doer will
Rardin said in his to do, those things which ture greatly outweigh any accruing be paid'back for his wrong doing. '
announcement that a new state I will be for the betterment of the liabilities. In the final analysis, God ,shows no partiality." (6" A
highway will be built from the Campbell, official of Gulf citizens of all Palm Beach ,County.Mr. .I the Joint Hospital Plan would afford Word of ;Encouragement "What-'
county park area across the muck I Stream Council of Boy Scouts of Sundy will face Republican both the Southwestern Dis- ever you do, put your whole heart ,
to the old Pahokee-Belle Glade ,America, stationed in West Palm opposition this fall as the resultpf trict and the Northwestern Dis- into it, as into work done for God,
road. The new road would give alii I i Beach, was speaker at,, Pahokee his win on Tuesday of this week trict one ideally located, fully accredited and not merely for man, knowingthat
residents of the Glades access to I Lions Club Tuesday noon at the when he was nominated by the well-equipped hospital, your real reward, a heavenly'one
the proposed site. The new high- Woman's Club' building. He spokeon Democrats to carry the banner in with no accompanying increase in will crime from God." ..
way is provided for in the upcom- Scouting activity and, the var- the county commission race. As po- taxation. i The 4-H Club sets aside one Sun-
ing bond issue from which Palm ious clubs that sponsor scout litical prognosticators we've never The Board has little doubt thata day in the year for its annual I-H
Beach county will receive monies troops. He was introduced by been so hot but we would like to new or expanded hospital couldbe development of the 4-H Heart .
for highways. George Rashley program chair- do a little wishful thinking and obtained and located in the spiritually. Next year the services
man. say that Palm Beach County City of Belle. Glade. This, unfortunately will be held in the Canal Point
Ericksons Visit The second vote of eliminationwas citizens will have the opportunityon would not completely Methodist Church.
taken for the Lion of the year November 6 to select a man for answer our needs. Such a venture .

Nashville RelativesMr. who will receive the Ralph Stanley: the commission job who will execute would certainly demand that prop Mr. & Mrs. R. T. Smith I
Memorial Plaque as the outstand- the duties of the office in a erty taxes be substantially increased ,
and Mrs. Floyd Ericksonleft ing Lion of the year. Next Tuesdaythe manner that will bring satisfactory and both the size and the Visit His Ill MotherMr. I l
Wednesday for Collegedale, final vote will be cast and the results to all concerned. quality of the Hospital would suf-
Tenn. where they will meet their person to'receive the award selected. fer. Accrediation would be still and Mrs. R. T. Smith of Canal
son Robert who has just com- However the person will not be: Mrs. Ray T. Blasa and children another major problem under this I Point left last week to spend ,
pleted his freshman,year at South- revealed until the plaque 1s. pre- Chester and Mary Lou have returned plan as would the treating of cit- some time with his mother Mrs. '
ern Missionary ,College. They planto sented. "" -: u to their home in Sanford after izens residing in the. Southwestern Lula B. Smith who is a surgical
visit relatives in Nashville; 'Brooks' Henderson presidentwas visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs District but out of Belle Glade patient at the hospital in Douglas. !
Tenn.* before returning home. charge of the meeting. Earl Cooper and family. :' (continued .on.'pap S) I Ga. ,

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Page Two The Everglades News. Canal Point, Florida Friday, June I, 1962
Bible School ForCanalPollltJunel1
Donna Joy, Duncan, and Suzanne : F. G. Gillis is visiting her
b Padgett of Chattahoochee, will ar- : son-in-law and daughter- S-Sgt and
rive next week to spend a week Mrs. Russell N. Collins and familyat '
k with their grandparents Mayor I II Fort George Meade, :Md. A son
; 1 1 I and Mrs. Duncan Padgett while i i iI I was born to Sgt. and Mrs. Collins
Canal Point Methodist Church their parents the Rev. and Mrs.i I I May 23.
will start its vacation Bible school I Donald Padgett attend the annual I -

Monday, June 11 in the educat n- Florida Methodist Conference at I CLASSIFIED ADS IN THESE
II al building at the church. Lakeland. 1 COLUMNS PAY BIG DIVIDENDS
Mrs. W. F. Underhill and Mrs.
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Boyd Vorhees will be co-chairmen
__. I I in charge of the school. There will ,

be classes for the kindergarten, the j!
! primary, juniors and intermediate I ATTENTION MEN -
The Rardin Building In Canal Point, FloridaTHE depaitments. Teachers and final I

plans for the school will be announced TRAIN NOW TO BE A
next week Mrs. Vorhees:

THE EVERGLADES NEWS I said. -- -. -- I Heavy Equipment

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Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without I Relatives Visit

E\ Interruption Every Week for' More Than 30 Years Mr. King In HospitalMr. I Operator

Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe and Mrs. Milton Salvatore, BULL DOZER -:- GRADER -:- CLAMSHELL
and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gillis accompanied POWER SHOVEL -:- AND OTHERS
; Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn ;
Mrs. Salvatore's and
Canal Point. Florida, as Second Class :Matter Mrs. Gillis'by father John Wilson !i I COMPLETE TRAINING PROGRAM INCLUDING
Paul Rardin .' Owner, Editor, ,Publisher visited their grandfather Chester i
King, a patient at Brpward General) I Complete Immediate InformationFill
TO SUMMER SCHOOLMr. Hospital in Fort Lauderdale over Out Coupon And Mail Today!
: Candidate Talk I
and Mrs. Vance Denton and the weekend. Mr. King was visitIng -I NO

children will leave Friday for his son and daughter-in-law PREVIOUSEXPERIENCE UNIVERSAL TRAINING SERVICE
For Publication Boone, N. C. where :Mr. Denton Mr. and Mrs. A. J. King in that city Heavy Equipment Division
will attend Appalachian State! when he was taken ill. Mrs. John NEEDED
Box AA c-o The Everglades News,
Teachers College summer school.! Wilson, who had spent several days .
After The Qualify for the Canal Point, Florida
Election'i The children, Ellen Jo,'and Danny with her father, accompanied her high paying jobs
i family home. Name ____
school. In the
will also attend summer available ---- ---------------------------

Following ballot counting Tues Mrs. Templeton, Mr. Denton's Heavy Equipment Street __________________________.__-__________

day night inVest Palm Beam the grnadmother will spend the sum- Mrs. Cleve Cruthirds is a pa- Industry: CIty .. State___________
Roads, ------------------------- ----
mer with Mayor and Mrs. Duncan tient for several days at St. Marys Building I
candidates, winners and losers, had I in West Palm Beach. Dams etc. Phone ______________________ Hr. at Home_________
Padgett. Hospital
a little something to say to the!

press_:. ,. .
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1 In light voting, WIth all lSlJ per-
cincts repotting, the unofficial
totals showed d-
complete Sundy '+
leading Boynton Beach Council
man John L. Archie 7,01 to 6.5GO

votes; Eassa had 6,992 voces ,to
Leonard C. Brown Ill's 6,1'S"
Both men will face Republican:
opposition in November when Sun
dy faces Delray Beach Council-

man George V. Warren, and Eassa V '--v m&r
will be opposed byVes: Palm : $feC X- ; VX % >- A -
Beach.attorney Robert R. Johnson. *&S &; /-rr. t f' ....

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Sundy was not available for v +** f : ; ma 4ySri:.,: ,,,.ry .

comment last night, but Archie .?,' ,
had this to say: + .k:: +Tf :.f.tat' ,
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"The best .man won" Commissioner .. ,.. .. ... %::?:4-r:a: .5.';+::: :
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Sundy is the mvi the Dem- .w a?-X":+,xx..Y.:.. .3 x:..ai.Ja.v. .y ly X.n.: .. ., f::... :,.;.w.:..,.y::.:x n4.,,Gx{:: :f4 Y..a.; }.a.4, -f: '>,: ti vnx Y'<,' RyJaa ;: l
ocrats want to face Gteo&g3 Warren { :: ::ir. } : 7.Y. rr7F..YX.w..xm: } y,...., :: #.. fi.A .
in No\amber, ana I hope the
Democrats win. I learned an awl -
;,:.: lot from this rae: ? and have
pained an educat'on !:! the last
three months." tt

Eassa was at the Count Court- ..
house Annex building witn his ,

11other, Joe ,Eassa, and cousin, Ed
Fissey, watching the votes comen.
: As his victory in this Democrat
primary became cert i, he issued
this statement: vr'tt';f

"I attribute this victory lo the \ k .
.G / a.
people who have worked hard for t

me from the beginning, and especially -
to the two candidates who FLCRIDA

were eliminated in the first 'go r 1.is i
round' (Louis G. Moody and J.

Wainwright Love who were de
feated in the first Democrat primary -
May 8).
"I could not have made il today \
without their effort, and their : :- f
workers who came over to my1 .. .
aide. Without them, this victory[ o
would have been impossible. .: 1I F
Brown had a one sentence com* .
jnent. 'He 'said, "I wish to thank, .

the more than 6,000 people who ; I 5UNSHINE B2FLORIDA'S -
"voted for me." of e=> =J' ;;

It was quickly obvious that both
Tte3ould' be relative*/ close; bat I I

the ,early trends which developed,'

giving Sundy and Eassa an' MOST POPULAR ,

\yedge" presisted, with both, !
candidates slowly'' but surely pulling ='i

away as the various prt-vincts' V
the only statewide race between -
: Jerry Carter and Jim Blan-
ton, for the Florida Railroad anti 1 Floridians have the best reason for making Standard gasolines their
Utilities Commission, veteran m- t favorite motor fuels. It is Standard's top performance in all} great
'cumbent Carter carried< Palm Standard gasolines:
Beach County by 7,819 votes to -, ECONOMY CROWN is a new, lower-priced gasoline-designed for. atn can-tsar
Blanton's 4.754JACKSONVILLE. the many can on the road that cannot take advantage of extra antiknock -
-'. quality. Supplies all the power.such cars can use, at a saving.

VISITORS* i' IMPROVED CROWN GASOLINE.Users of regular grade gasoline
Mr. and Mrs. JimmieMenendez will find a new gasoline value in improved Crown Gasoline-now at
have returned to their home in :' r an all-time high in quality. Moves your car up in performance while ,

Jacksonvilleafter visiting her _. .. holding driving costs dawn. t,.
bother-In. -law and .sister Mr. and { IMPROVED CROWN EXTRA: The popular, premium gasoline /'-r-\.
Mrs, B. C. Sims. While here they o '\ now at an all-time high in aati- oek quality designed for those.. j(\ ..
Visited Mrs. ,Menendez and.Sims' Mrs? "" SI.quiriD&thcfiDootiD performance characteristics.
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brother, Jpe.M. cOx'a patient i : M. y-,
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at Veterans'Hospital, Coral ,
5ables. % "'t STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY : :;" PHONE 2S51 CANAL POINT, FtA..-' ", (,


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,\ Friday, June 1, 1962 A'he Eveigiauts .tiewa Canal Point Florida Page Three
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\ Here Is What Transpired At 'Monday'sMeeting ----I JAH 'i : -I II 1t Miss.Gale Sears Is I

; Of The Palm Beach Installed AdvisorMiss I

E j County Commission I I

: Gale Sears was installed as
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r' A delegaiton headed by representatives of road along the ocean.
i bow girls Assembly Sunday after- I
< 1 of the Lantana Senior Also represented in the delega-
/ Citizen's Club before the noon at the Masonic Hall in Paho :
appeared tion was the Lantana Chamber' of !
county commission this week ta Commerce, Lantana Woman's kee. !

push for construction of a section Club, Lantana merchants group Other officers installed were: ;

I of Ocean Boulevard, south of Lantana and the Hypoluxo Property Own- Velma Williams, associate advis !
,. Road. ers Association. or; Sharon Watson, Charity;, Peggy i
The strip which the group asked I The proposed project is being Turner, Hope; Hazel Sheppard, I

J, to be rebuilt is a section of the opposed by the community of Man- F'aith; Willadene Todd, chaplain; I

I ocean road destroyed by wave. action alapan. Wilma Cooper, Love; Tina Max !

I and erosion. The commission advised the dele well, religion; Dixie Awbry nature I
The board received a resolution gation that the proposal is now being ; Pat Gandy, immortality;
t l" from the Citizen Club secretary, studied and a being I
survey VISITORS AND RESIDENTS. Jewel Sykes, Fidelity; Penny Pen-
[ I Thelma Yergey, which asked the conducted to determine what action nington, Service; Cynthia Martin, I
county tb rebuild about 1500 feet should be taken. ALIKE ENJOY FLORIDA'S 25 STATE PARKS, RANGING IN SIZE
:: I outer observer; Ruth Colvard, choir !
director; and Gail Reeves, music-
I I Pahokee ianMrs.
/ Baptist OPERATED. Sears install
; Angelea was {
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ing officer, Mrs. Jessie Barnes, in- :
Vac. Bible School stalling marshall; Miss Alice Hurt j!

installing musician; Miss Kath- i

rl I erine Young, installing chaplain; I

The Vacation Bible School of the and Miss Amy Young, installing re j I

First Baptist Church of Pahokee corder. I

will begin on Friday, June 8th with w Miss Sears has chosen as her I II I

Preparation Day activities begin + colors blue and green; her flower,
ning at 9:00. Children are asked to ] *-*& jSW : rose; and her Bible verse 1. Cor.

come on from school to the church To Supply Additional RECREATIONAL FACILITIES 13: 13.
where they will be served refresh Following the impressive ceremony -
i I ments. After the refreshments the newly installed worthy
period the other activities will begin advisor presented each of the Installing -
and the closing feature will be officers and Mother Advisor
I I a parade. x LIC AGENCIES. n I Mrs. Arnold Hughes with a

The classes for the School will corsage and gifts and each of her

begin on Monday June 11th at 2:00 : ". ..I.II officers with dainty nosegays. Sho
I and run to five each day until 9 : I also presented the past worthy ad-
Wednesday, June 20th. I New Student Center Dixie Lilly Outfit I I visor Amy Young with the past

The following departments will For W. Coast School Pretty Well Known worthy advisor's pin and Miss
be conducted in the school with the I I Young in turn presented Miss Sears

Department Superintendents'listed' MISS BETTY JEAN JOHNSON with the worthy advisor's necklace
TAMPA The University of TAMPA A letter addressed
below(other teachers will "be I and gavel. Miss Sears received
Tampa will break ground for its simply to Mr. Cecil M. Webb, Dixie
listed later). gifts from her family and
f Engagement Of Miss $605,000 Student Center, Dr. DavidM. Lily, Florida, was promptly deliv-
Nursery, Mrs. Lee Wroten. friends.Mr. .
1 \ Delo, university president, an- ered recently to the main office of
Beginner, 4 year, Mrs. Lee Parker. Johnson Is Told nounced recently.The the Dixie Lily Milling Co. in Tam- and Mrs. Pope Sears, par
.... ents of the new Worthy Advisor,
ceremonies will climax an pa.
Beginner, 5 Mrs. Roy I her sister Mrs. Denny Padgett and
year I The engagement of Miss Betty, intensive! campaign which has been "We've tried for years to get the .
O'Neal. i'I Jean Johnson, St. Petersburg, to conducted by the university to I name 'grits' and "Dixie Lily' to Mrs. W. C. Young served refreshments
Primary, 6 year, Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson Lewis M. Collins, Jr., St. Petersburg I raise $250,000 toward construction I mean the same thing to Florid- during a social hour follow .

Jr.Primary. I formerly of Pahokee, is an-I jof the center. The university has I' ians" Cecil Webb said. He is pres- ing the installation.
i. 7 year, Mrs. w. K. nounced by her Mr. and been ident ,
parents, awarded a $356,000 Community of the Dixie Lily Milling Co. -
.f \ Aldridge. Mrs. Robert M. Johnson, also of Facilities Administration loan "But to have Uncle Sam recog-f
I 8 Mrs. W. O.
I Primary, year St. Petersburg. to help finance construction costs nize our company as a city all by 1 Personal Items
Mr.. Collins is the son of Mr.. but must match $249,000 of its own itself is somewhat overwhelming,!'
I 1 Junior:9: and 10 year, Mrs. David end Mrs. L.-Mmter Collins' 355 funds against this federal college Webb explained. .- 1
Unwin. Banyan Ave., Pahokee. housing loan. I I .Mrs. S. A. Nall was the guest of
Junior 11 and 12 Mrs. E. f
year The bride-elect was graduatedfrom Actual construction will begin Mrs. Nan Nail in-Clewiston Wed.
it t B. Gamble. St. Petersburg High School sometime in June with target date Sea Turtles Laying nesday.
Mrs. Guthrie Col-
attended St. Petersburg Junior for completion of the center set for
vard. College and is presently employedat next January 1.Complimented. Eggs Jensen BeachThe Mr. and Mrs. Axel Jensen of
Rev. Guthrie Colvard is principaland West Palm Beach visited
I the St. Petersburg Times: --- their
Miss Rebecca Grimes the pian The bridegroom-elect was grad- For Beach at Jensen Beach on son-in-law and daughter Mr. and

ist. uated from Pahokee High School, Hutchinson Island is now being Mrs. Ralph Crews and family

i attended Mars Hill College, Xf. C. Boosting Tourism literally invaded by the Giant Sea Friday and Saturday.Mr. .

il l Install Mrs.ToddWoman's where he was a member of Eu- I Turtles that are coming ashore to I and Mrs.. C. A. Barfield had

thalian Literary Society, and was SARASOTA Gov. Farris Bryant lay their eggs. I as weekend guests their soninlawand
graduated from the Florida South the State Development com- This is an annual free attraction daughter Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Club Head era College where he was a'mem mission and the State Road Board] on Jensen beaches and is an unfor-I Vallery and daughter Linda. Also

I ber of Sigma Alpha Epsilon social I have been, complimented for pro* getable sight lasting from May 15 her niece Miss Barbara Jean Leach
1 fraternity. He is presently em- moting tourism in Florida. through August 15. :of Lake Worth.
Mrs. C. M. Todd was installed as ployed as a teacher at Admiral The compliments were passedout This sight is suggested as a :.i

president of the Pahokee Woman's Farragut Academy.The at a meeting of the Florida At- weekend family outing or just a I Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mullin left

Club at the luncheon held last: couple plans a September .2j tractions Association, an organization nice ride to Jensen Beach and over Friday for Ocala where they 'will

Wednesday. Mrs Marvin Unwin, wedding in St. Petersburg. of owners and publicists of the causeway to the beaches. .II spend several weeks. Mr. Mulllq
twice president of the ,Belle GladeWoman's \1iIl'be
I state tourist meccas. .. engaged in the'prod. ce
Club, was installing of- Bryant was cited for organizingthe business there. '
ficer and presented an original and .1 I Governor's Tourism Steering Girls Auxiliary Are 'I
outstanding service, using the em- Legislature May Committee and for laying the Chris Shirley, son of :Mr. and

blem of the club as ,her theme. Produce Governor 'J groundwork for unity among the Busy On Projects ; Mrs. Claude L. Shirley, Jr., has
Other officers installed for 1962-. Attractions of the state. I.. : returned from. a hospital ,in West

63 were Mrs. Glenn Powell, first- TALLAHASSEE =- Political e..c_ ti-A tribute was paid the Development Mrs. J. H. Strayer, director for1 Palm ach'where he underwenta
vice-president; Mrs. C B. _Strin-; : Commission and its chair- the JunW, :' Girls Auxiliary of the| tonsil tomy. .

gari, second vice-president; Mrs.E. > 'i'"ts'are already: looking forwatrf man-director;: Wendell Jarranl for Canal Point Baptist Church was in' Mrs.Owen Todd returned to' her

B. Gamble, recording secretary; to- the Flonda j.... gislative.. session,..- i.l ,'ithe tremendous,job it is doing In charge of "A spend the day," party; hbme in'::Pahokee Saturday from.
i" Mrs. ,Robert Fisher, correspondingsecretary 1963 to select the,.stit 's ]next gub- promoting and;attracting tourists. .' jn the education building of the! Good Samaritan Hospital in West

; Mrs. Frank Rezelle, ernatorial candidates. ; to the state.1- chureh- aturday.,Members workedon Palm Beach where she was a patient *-"
treasurer; Mrs. Richard lu'rt. parliamentarian Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland is! I' The Road Board was praised for the forward steps of achievement for a week. .

and Mrs. Frank the only sure bet to enter the 1964: :providing adequate highway muK1ngs I and started a library of religious .

Friend, auditor. governor's race: but a lot of otherr:' pointing the way to Florida and fiction books. The Mrs: Annette- McCurdy will return -
Mrs. R. F. Hurt was commended are likely candidates.One attractions and .for the new state group is asking for donations of to her home this week after

I for her success as "house-to-house" former governor, Charley road map which lists the principal more books for the new project. several weeks visit with relatives .

chairmanfor the Cancer Crusade. Johns, is a state senator and a pro- attractions. in south Georgia.. I
She and her committee collected a spective candidate once again. John .. .eco. I
CARD OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson and
record breaking 48961. McCarty of Ft. Pierce, Cliff Her-
Mrs. B.R. Mosley, retiring pres- rell of Miami, Verle Pope of St. Jaycees Select New There are not enough words to daughter, Jamie, were the weekend J
say thank to our many friends guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Mrs. I
ident who presided, presented Augustine, and John E. Mathews In Miami
for their cards, flowers and abovoall Barad in West Palm Beach.
Todd with the president's pin. She Jr. are all senators or senate nom \
commented that Mrs. Todd is the inees with an inclination to be TAMPA The Florida Junior their prayers, but we \voi.K --- .
love to try. Thanks to every one for I
third to it.
thirty president wear governor. Chamber of Commerce elected Ty
everything done and each kind
Mrs. M. P. Stanley presentedMrs. Fred Karl of Daytona Beach. Tarby of Carol City, a Miami sub- APPRQC.ONE OF EVERY FOlR
Mosley with a gift of appreciation Earl Faircloth of Miami and Ben urb, state president before endingits thought. May God bless each of VECTORS IS SEEING FLORIDA ,
from the club and you. FOR THE FIRST TIME 1 .
gave an Hill Griffin of Frostproof are all convention recently. Tarby suc-
Grady and Myrtle Ethos
outstanding talk on the importanceof nominees for the House. They, too. ceeds Johnson E. Davis of Miami.

being a member of the world's have eyes on the governor's chair. Earlier in the week Florida

largest woman's organization. You can look to the 1963 sessionof Secretary of State Tom Adams HURT IN CAR MISIIAP '

Visitors were Mrs. Odell Adams, the Legislature for some likely urged the Jaycees to make the I Mrs. James Weeks received word .ti'RPET ::

Mr Frank TUlis and'Mrs. T. C. candidates for governor who will voter registration project inaug- Sunday that her brother Earl.Dod-

O'Steen.Mr. give some competition to prime urated this year, a continuing pro son received serious injuries in an 7i/E'M .
-- --- contenders such as Mayor HaydonBun1S'ot ject. He said the drive this spring automobile accident in Knoxville, A

__ and Mrs./Earl Wilson! :have ;. ,Jacksonville and Fred helped push registration in Floridato Tenn.. where he resides. He is. a Wff/J1 1eQ

returned from 'Miami'where1 they Dickinson who now heads Bryant's 1.9 million, an all time high for I patient at St. Mary's Hospital in

visited relatives. Council of 100. a primary election. that city. A 5 FlOftOA TOURISM
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. Four The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday, June I, 1962PERSONAL

Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cross rec- iv- Mr. and Mrs. Herman Magrill

ed word Tuesday that their daughter have as their house guests this "Friendship" Theme

i" I NEWS NOTES J and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ,. week his mother,'Mrs. M. Magrill Before Eastern Stars

Doyle Branyon, of Melbourne have his sister Mrs. I. Shapiro and his

arrived safely in New York en- brother C. B. Mcgrill all of Chattanooga. "Friendship" was the theme of

route ,to their home after a visit Term. the
r 'Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Armstrong Wally Mole, a student at Florida -! to Europe. program presented by Mrs.

: .' will spend Sunday with their I Christian College in Tampa,I Miss Brenda Unwin accompaniedby Jennie McKinstry at the regular

daughter-in-law Mrs. Alvin Arm will arrive Tuesday to visit his par- Mrs. W. B. Myers is confined t;;, her roommate Miss Barbara I i meeting of Pahokee Chapter 184,

" strong and family in Hialeah. They ents Mr., and :Mrs. Graham Mole her bed due to illness. Bryant, of Lakeland spent the Order of Eastern Star, last Thurs-

will be accompanied on their return and family for a few days. weekend as the guests of her par- day evening.
, :Mrs. Bill Davenport and girlsof Mrs. Evelyn Allen of Belle
by Mrs. Helen Murray, their ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Unwin. Glade
' daughter-in-law's mother who will :Mr., and Mrs. Lewis E. Walker, Brandon will arrive this week- grand Instructor of district 18, was

,! spend several days as their house and family will leave Saturday fora end for a' visit with Mr. and Mrs.L. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Friend and the guest of honor.

guest. vacation in the mountains of J. Fraser of Pahokee. I Mr. and Mrs. Billy Rogers of South :Mrs. Florrie Nix worthy ma-

': North Carolina. Before returningto I Bay were weekend visitors in the tron, and Homer Barnes worthy
Mayor and Mrs. Duncan Padgett
' Fred Blakey a student at Florida their home they will also vaca- Bahamas. j j I patron presided. '
spent last weekend visiting their
State University in Tallahassee tion Florida beaches. I Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Sizemore
on son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Mock spent
will return to Pahokee Friday served refreshments during the
Mrs. P. Jones Mrs. Calvin Padgett and family at Wednesday in Gainesville. They
following I the close of the school Douglas social hour.ATTEND .
. term. He will spend the summer panied by Miss Barbara Walker Waldo. were accompanied home' by their --..----

with his parents Mr. and Mrs. both of Naples visited Mrs. Jones' Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Batchelor, daughter Jeanine who will be GRADUATIONMrs.

(, Arch Blakey. brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Miss Patsy Batchelor and Mrs. their guest for the summer vaca Robert C. Hatton and her
Mrs. Boyd Vorhees and family and Jake Newman of Lake Harbor at- tion. daughter Miss Carol Mae Hatton

Mrs. H. M. McIntosh and Miss her mother Mrs. Laura Vorhees. tended the funeral of Mr. Batche- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelly and will go by plane to Rome, Ga.,
Julia Mathis were the recent guestsof Mrs. Jones has returned to her where
lor's brother-in-law, Homer Johnson daughter, Madeline, of Fort Pierce they will attend the gradu
Dr. and Mrs. 'David Bleech In home but Miss Walker will remain in Blakely, Ga. last week. were the Sunday guests of Mr. and ation of her son Roger from Dar-

Fort Meade.IN for a longer visit. Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Jr., of Paho lington School on Sunday June 3.
Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. kee. She will meet her father Walter A.

TilE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN. Mrs. Fanny Kohr has returnedto and Mrs. A. H. Scruggs 'of Ca- Black and her sister Mrs. J. C.

AND FOR PALM BEACH COUNTY' her home in York, Pa., after I nal Point were Mrs. Don Scruggsand -'-. Fletcher, both of Chicago, there

IN FLORIDA RE: THE ESTATE OF : spending a month visiting her son I baby of South Bay and her Sunbeams And G. A. who will also attend the exercises.
Paul Kohr. While here she also
ESTHER C. LEVINS. : house guest Mrs. Bob Scruggs of

DECEASED NOTICE TO CREDITORSYou : visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pitts !Morven Ga. Hold Annual Picnic 1 1I _. -

and each of you are hereby notified and family. I I '" ...
and required to present any claims Mrs. G. A. Willians of Chieflandis
and demands which you. or either of Wm. S. Plumer accompanied by the house guest of her son-in- The Canal Point Baptist Church I Classified Ads
you. may have against the estate of Sunbeam and G. A. Annual Picnic
Esther C. Levin, deceased late of said David Simonson motored to Durham law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. S.
County to the County Judge of Palm was held Wednesday at the Paho I
I N. C. this week and were accompanied S. Scruggs Sr. of
Beach Florida, at his office In Runyon.
County kee waterfront. There
r ap is sure to hit. If
on their return by Mr.
the Court House at West Palm Beach,
Florida within eight calendar months Plumer's son Billy who is a student Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Armstrongwill proximately 35 children present. you have a spare room or two for

.. of from this the notice.date .of Each the claim first publication or demand at Duke University. Billy will spend Sunday in Hialeah visiting The children enjoyed games collecting rent why not place an ad in this

must be In writing and must be swornto spend the summer with his parentsin I their daughter-in-law Mrs. Al- I shells and wading in the column and watch results. A phone

by the claimant, his agent or his Pahokee. vin Armstrong and children. They I shallow water. call and $1.00 will get the job done.
attorney, or the same will become null
and void according to law. I I will be accompanied home by Mrs. A picnic lunch was served by

This 28th day of May 1962. Adminis- Bob Cote who has resided in I Helen Murray who is Mrs. Alvin II Mrs. Sims Mrs. Stewart Mrs. La ROOMS ARE NEEDED almost

trator Marvin of Levins the Estate of Pahokee for the past three years, Armstrong's mother and has visit- I tham and Mrs. Thompson. It consisted daily. If you advertise in this

Esther C. Levins, deceased. will leave June 9, for Tallahassee ed here previously. of hot dogs baked beans, classified column folks will know
Thadd Whidden ,
Attorney for Administrator where he will enter Florida State I potato salad and cup cakes. Rev. C. where to find that spare room.

Pahokee Florida University to work on\his degree. Mrs. Laverne Humphries will D. Stewart was a guest. Send $1.00 and copy for your ad to

Publish June 1. 8. 15 and 22, 1962 Bob was a student there before drive to Gainesville Sunday and I All returned to their homes at The Everglades News Canal Point, ,

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN coming toPahokee.Gordan be accompanied back to Pahokee about 1:30 full tired and sunburned. Fla.
FLORIDA by her daughter, Elizabeth, who .
I FOR SALE: New and used Willys
Chase, student at Uni-
NO. 18944 has just completed her freshman -
In re. Estate of : versity of Florida in Gainesville year at Florida University. I II Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage
DR. E. A. BOSWELL. : BIRTHS I In Belle Glade, Phone 3058. t
Deceased : will return to Pahokee this weekto I I

NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll spend the summer with his parents -.t Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilson and i I Oct. 17-54-cH.

creditors of the estate of DR. E. Mr. and Mrs: Curtis Chase i Mi. and Mrs. W. E. Erickson attended -1 Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Sheppard I
A. BOSWELL. deceased are hereby I r
notified and required to file any claimsor following the close of the college I, the State Elk's Conventionin ., Jr.,, of Riviera Beach announce the I Fifteen DollarsThat
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demands which they may have school term I Jacksonville last week. I birth of twin sons, Mike Thomas is all you need to have a new
against said estate In the office of the I '
county judge of Palm Beach County and Mark Edward on May 20 at I home built on your lot. For further
Florida In the courthouse at West Miss Linda Hand, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hawk Sr., of j,Everglades Memorial Hospital in details call HUNT REAL ESTATEat
Palm Beach. Florida within six Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hand of this Canal Point had as their guest I
I Pahokee. Mr. and Mrs. M25tf
calendar months from the,date of the 921-7933 in Pahokee.
first publication of this notice. Each city, appeared on the program last Saturday his. sister, Mrs. Grady are the maternal grandparents. I"

claim must or demand state the must place be'or In residence writingand "Sip and Coffee", Wednesday on Grace Arrants of. West Palm ,Mrs. Margery Houtz of Ca- HOUSE FOR RENT Inquire

and post-office address of the claimant I Channel 5, with 'a group of pro- Beach. I II ; nal Point is the paternal grand across from Crown Ice Co. in
and must be sworn to by the claimant
fessional dancers. I I Canal Point ItpTHEATRES
hisagent, or his attorney or It will :Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Lindsay will I.. mother.
become void according to law. I I !I
May 18 1962. Miss Dorothy Hatton a student leave this week for Orlando where I.

J. L .TYSON JR. I at Florida Southern in Lakeland they will meet their daughter, Mrs. . .. . . e. .. .. .. e., e.n.n' .". -.L..L..L.L..L.L e e e ..
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Ancillary Administrator of I I Don Avera who has been '
the Estate of has returned to Pahokee where taking a

DR. E. A. BOSWELL she will spend part of the summer phase of her ,nurses training in I

First publication deceased.on June 1. 1962. I' with her parents Mr. and Mrs. New Orleans. Mrs: Avera is a student -

Publish June I, 8. 15. 22, 1962 Joseph Hatton Sr.. following the at Orange Memorial Schoolof

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN close of the school term. Nursing in Orlando. She will return PRINCE LAKE DRIVEINPahokee
AND FOR PALM BEACH COUNTY I with her parents and spend

FLORIDA.IN RE: THE ESTATE OF : Claud Morgan, Jr., son of Mr. several weeks here as their guest. r ". Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
and Mrs. Claud Morgan Sr., form
DECEASED : of Pahokee will graduate Mr. and Mrs. Grady Chancellorhad
erly - 2 MO FEATURES -

All NOTICE creditors TO of the CREDITORS estate of Hulda" from Darlington School in Rome, as their weekend guests her l SUNDAY! MONDAY -TUBSDA1

M. Wilson, deceased, are hereby notified Ga., Sunday, May 3. Mr. and Mrs. daughter Mrs. Jimmy Merrill and JUNE 3-4-5
and required to file any claims or de- SCNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY
daughters of West Palm Beach.
who recently moved
mands u'hlch you may have against Morganf I JUNE 3-4-5
'said estate In the office of the County' Fort Lauderdale where they boughta "RETURN TO
Judge of Palm Beach County, Florida, Ronald and Donald Davis have
in the Court House at West Palm Beach. home, will attend the exercises. returned to their home here to "BATCHELOR PEYTON PLACE"
Florida within eight calendar months Their daughter Miss Suzanne Morgan I
from the date of the first publication spend the summer with their par FLAT" CAROL LYNLEY AND
of this notice to-wit: May 25. 1962. a student at University ents Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Davis after .
Each claim or demand must be In' Florida will accompany them to JEFF
writing and* must state the place of i attending the Florida Air Academyin TUESDAY WELD RICHARD ALSO
residence and. post office address of the i Rome. Melbourne during the past "
claimant and must be sworn to by the BEYMER, AND TERRY' THE SECRET OF THE
claimant his agent, or his attorney.or Mayor' and. M.rs. Duncan Pad- school term. ::: THOMAS PURPLE REE*'**
It will be come void according to law.1 3f
Dated this 30th day of April 1962.' gett spent the"weekend as the Mrs. Virginia Kejeney ,of' Boynr "'.' "
Frank M..Wilson guests, of "thejr'jspn ,and ,da'ughter ton Okla. and MrS tlarles,Bacoa .. I J III, f Mi, .I I .H M I 1.1 I I I J I I I I I I I H.4' I C I '" 1 t I I I I II ,
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Executor of Estate of in-law'' Mrs) and Mrs: Calvin Pad- ;:, "' '
Hulda M, Wilson. ; Jr., Susan, David and Billy, and 'j'.f .. :
Publish: May 25. June 1. t. and 15. 1963- get,and son Jimmy of Wal o. Fla. Ja.y Hurt of Pawhuska;. O&ia. are
Thadd Whldden, I Mr./Padgett still works in Gainesville -
Attorney for Executor' guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
P. O. Box 70S |N "',I .but the family recently moved Couch of Belle Glade and the Jim
Pahokee. Florida. ICi to Waldo where Mr; Padgett WANTED !
Gifford family of Canal Point.
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S ,COURT, hopes to build up a herd of cattle.
McIntosh who has just ,
FLOKIDAPROBATE Members of the Junior Depart-
CASE NO. 1S.S4C I completed his junior year at F. S WORKIN
ment of the First Church FOR PRE-HARVEST
MRS: ESTATE OF t U. in Tallahassee arrived Wednesday -
MARGARET M. ELARBEE 1 School, with Mrs. R. D. Hardaway,
DECEASED. t for a vacation to be spent
NOTICE TO CREDITORS teacher, enjoyed a dinner at 141
with his
mother, Mrs. H. M. McIntosh
Steak House, and a show at the
ANY CLAIMS OR DEMANDS local theatre Tuesday evening. SUGAR CANE AND OR
AGAINST SAID ESTATE: There 'were 10 members of the -. ,
You and each of you are hereby <'
notified that you are required by Law class and the teacher attending.Mr. ]: VEGETABLES (
claims and demands '
'to present any
which you or either 01'you, may have and Mrs. J. T. Guerry, Sr., f tmIoCiooDI
against the Estate of ;MARGARET M.
ELARBEE. deceased late of said County accompanied by their son and I I(5XPLEJ
to the County Judge'of Palm Beach daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. ,GOOD WAGES,. STEADY WORK
County., Florida at his office In the
court house of said County at West T. Guerry, Jr., anti children of
Palm Beach. Florida within six Belle Glade, spent the weekend at ( INQUIRE NOW !
dar months from the time of
publication of this notice. Each wen-I I Sanibel Island.
or demand. shall be in .writing ..
shall state the place of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux
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post office address of the claimant. and
shall be sworn to by the claimant and have received word that their
agent or his attorney and any such daughter, Mrs. O. H. Chastain has Florida State Employment Service -
claim or demand not so filed shall be
void. been in the hospital in Thomasville,

\ Executor Harry Brooks of the Elarbee Last Will As Georgia, receiving treatment and 41 Southeast Avenue D I

and Testament of Margaret tests.J. .
!.L Elarbee. deceased.Attaraey .

e, ,, : 'O..Jobnaon for ExecutorlT3LBacom W. Guthrie of Miami was the Belle Glade, Florida I I

Point Road weekend guest of his parents, Mr..
piahakee.Publish: May Florida 11,13;25-and.June- 1. 1962 .and Mrs. L S. Guthrie.. -

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j Friday. June 1..1962 The Evergl&dej News, Canal Point, Mori** fC Jtf

: Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Drapers and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lamb and son I Lt. and Mrs Sidney A. Stubba Mrs Bettye Lane Maxsoa of
Personal ItemsMrs. son Ronnie, who have been making have returned to their home in Jr., of Opheim Air Force Base, Atlanta, _Georgia, is the guest of
their home in Pahokee for several Montgomery. Ala., after spendinga Montana, arrived for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom
months, left Saturday evening for week as the guests of her par- Mrs. H. M. McIntosh of Pahokeefor Reeves.
I Virginia Keeney, of Boyn- Nashville where they will visit her ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Griffis. several weeks. Mrs. James Miller and Mrs.

i !{ ton Okla., accompanied by her parents before locating in the cen- Joe Parker of the U. S. Navy Miss Debbie Parrish is a patientat Harlan Sears were visitors recently -
daughter Mrs. Charles Bacon Jr., tral part of Florida. who is stationed in Norfolk Vir- the Everglades Memorial Hos- in Miami.

and her three children, Susan Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Schroder ginia, was the overnight guest pital in Pahokee suffering with a Master Chris Shirley?son of Mr.
I David and Billy and Jay Hurt all of spent Sunday as the guests of Saturday of his parents, Mr. and kidney infection. and Mrs. Leland Shirley, has returned -
\ Pawhuska, Okla.are visiting Mrs. their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Mrs. J. P. Parker, of Canal Point. Mrs. A. T. Holt was able to resume to his home from St. Marys
/ Keeneys son-in-law and daughterMr. and Mrs. R. W. Schroder and David Simonson and Jpey Alder- her duties at the office of Hospital in West Palm Beach
and Mrs. Arnold Couch and her daughter Tanya in Lantana. They man, students at Florida Southernin the U. S. Sugar Corp, in Bryant where he had his tonsils removed.Dr. .
grandson and granddaughter Mr. also visited Mrs. C. C. Cruthird, a Lakeland have returned to their Monday after;, being a patient at James McCall of Atlanta,
and Mrs.James Gifford and familyall patient at St. Mary's Hospital in I homes ,here following the close of the Everglades Memorial Hospital.Mrs. Georgia, has returned to his home
of'Canal Point. West Palm Beach. the school term. W. K. Buchanan has returned after a visit with his parents, Mr.
Graham Miller, of Cocoa is the Cindy Humphries has returned Mr. and Mrs. Joe Carr have returned -. to her home after being and Mrs. J. L. McCall.Mr. .
I ,house guest of his :to her home in Stuart after spend- from Jensen Beach where I! called to Griffin Georgia, on account and Mrs. Earl Maxson visit-
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. grandParents'1. ing several days with her grandparents they spent the weekend with her I of the illness of"her mother- ed Mr. and Mrs. Will Nason in
ft;I iweek. I Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Unwin. parents Mr. and Mrs. John Kautz.. I in-law. Her condition is improved. West Palm Beach Sunday.

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Methodist Seniors ,Becky Mackey Robert Boe, David t I
Fountain John Hundley, and Bill I
Honored SundayThe I Johnson. Each of the girls were I'I'I
with and each
presented a corsage

following members of the I of the boys with a boutanniere. I

Pahokee High School senior class, They were recognized.and honored
members of the First Methodist bythe pastor the Rev. T. C. O'Steei

Church, were honored Sunday and Mrs. John Hatton, youth sec-

7V morning at the morning worship retary of WSCS.CLASSIFIED. \
service; Willie Carson Adams, I
Vicki Alley, Sue Brower, Paula ADS PAY

I Collier, Alice Hurt, Bonnilu Lair, BIG DIVIDENDS

, First Methodist I I Canal Point The Methodist Church ....,lirW',Nftt'l\" \" "",t',.,'l\,., \"r\t" :, ,Y '1y ,.,"\,I, ,.,/,\","\,,/,\",n,'!TI!:lllJ.ri'h t:
Church,. Pahokee Baptist ChurchRev. Canal Point, Florida I

Rev. T.-C. O'Steen Charles D. Stewart, Pastor Robert A. Shelley, Pastor
SUNDAY: SUNDAY: SUNDAY: Monday Cattle Sales / I
9:45 a. m.-Church School 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00 a. m.-Church School .
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship

6:45 'p. m.--MYF 6:30 p. m. Training Union. 6:30 p. .-Youth Fellowship Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market !
7:45 p. .-Evening Worst 1p 7:30' p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship
TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: MONDAY: whioh is owned and operated by more than 120

7:00 p. m.Vesper Choir prac. 7:30 p. m.-Prayer' Meeting. 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice Florida Cattlemen.

: Church Of God 8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society1st You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here
7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions: I r Tuesday2nd at this Market. We make an effort at all times to give
8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir practice. Barfield Highway :MONDAY:
an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give us
I 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting
Pahokee, Fla. WEDNESDAY: a trial.

J. W. Hughes, Minister 7:30 p. m.-Prayer. Meeting -t : : : : : : : : :- :.
The Church Of God Phone 3736

Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal SUNDAY: Canal Point First SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.
9:45 a. m.-Sunday
Point Road 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Baptist Church

John H. Kinard, pastor 7:30 p. m. -Evangelistic Ser-
Elder R. E.BarfIeld Glades Livestock MarketASSOCIATION
10:00: a. m.-Sunday School viceTUESDAY SUNDAY
11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service :
7:45 p. Evangelistic Service 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School
8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. THURSDAY: 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
7:00 .-B. T. C
7:30 Youth for Christ
8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. p. m.
Everyone welcome. Special muslo .Service. 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship Phone \VY 6-3028 George Young, Manager
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The Pahokee ChurchOf Church, PahokeeGuthrie 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary:

The NazareneRev. W. Colvard, :Minister Meeting.Christian .
Sunday School 9:45 a. m. ,
Max D. Jones, Pastor Morning Worship 11:00 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 ir
: Wednesday Prayer ....................................
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. Service 7:30 p. m. Spiritual alertness is needed to
11QP a. m.-Sunday Worship. A warm welcome to all. meet the challenge of today. Thisis
6:30 p. m.-Juniors. ....4. a theme of the Lesson-Sermon GETS TO
7:00 p. m.Sunday Evening entitled "Ancient and Modern Ne- I
Evangelistic Service. St. Peter's Lutheran
chromancy, Alias Mesmerism and
WEDNESDAY; Church Belle Glade NEW YORK
Hypnotism, Denounced" which will Y
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer
be heard at Christian Science services -
August Koerber, Pastor Sunday. I
"Where you are a stranger but
once".. 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade The Responsive Reading will include i FAS7ER"I
--.- SUNDAY: Paul's advice to the Ephesians -i
.. Divine Services 11 A. M. (): "Be strong in the Lord, I

Holy Nativity School 9:45A..M.... and in the power of his might. Put
Episcopal Church on the whole armour of God that

Pahokee St Mary's Catholic ye may be able to stand againstthe I
; Church wiles of the devil." !
One of the citations to be read
Rev. L. Leasing, Vicar
from "Science and Health with
SUNDAY: Father Francis Fennech, Pastor
Key to the Scriptures" by Mary
10 a. m.-Sunday School II Sunday Mass -11:30 a. m.
Baker states "Be watchful,
11 a. m. Worship Service Confessions before :Mass.
sober, and vigilant. The way is
straight and narrow, which leads Ride our
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IIIII-; to' the understanding that God is
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the only life. Itis a warfare with expressesover

the flesh, in which we must con- our, NEW
; LET YOUR 1, % :PAYABLE i quer sin, sickness, and death, either
1 MONEY EARN 4 /9 SE9iI-ANNUAL here or hereafter, certainly be- / ;. East Florida
i fore we can reach' the goal of r.;.< route
Spirit, or life'in God" (p. 324). r

J IT'S EASy., .. .. .. I .. -- I : Our new route along the
eastern coastline cuts hours
TO SAVE ENOUGH TO SEND YOUR CHILD TO.COLLEGE Monthly MeetingC. I : off our Miami to New York

-SMALL AMOUNTS SAVED REGULARLY GROW FAST! P. Baptist W. M. U. trips. We travel new super-

i highways. Air-condition-
: ing. Reclining seats. Rest-
The monthly of
o't. : regular meeting .
; .. ... ; then Canal point Baptist: W..*M..U... :{ i 44. rooms. Vigt'-view win. .
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met Monday night at the Church. :' l .
i-*; ARE :.YOU INTERESTED V::'fi' 1::-: ,. The lone Patterson;Ci cje t had the ,'"J. :.-.. I".

I program with firs. M. F. George Li f'" fJ :-

I IJT: IN At.aOl\1E!: OF YOUR 9WN?' < '.- charge.of..the The' 'Mississippi.topic was -"To Mrs.IndiansEast J. D. ,:i_;:.,I .,.

I Latham Mrs. W. S. Evans, Mrs. .
'' You will be agreeably surprised how easy it is II J. L. McCall, Mrs. J. H...Bordeaux. I

and Mrs. W. P. Hitchcock had

to own one when you do business with Everglades parts. easiest travel on earth
Mrs. C. B. Jones gave the devo-

Federal. The Friendly Folks here will ? tional. Mrs. Latham, president, NEW YORK $36.90 JACKSONVILLE $ 7.70
presided during the business ses- The only Thru serviceWASHINGTON 4 Thru trips dallyORLANDO
go all out to make your home dream come true. sion. $ 3.75
j The nominating committee was $33.20
appointed follows: Mrs. R.,. T. The only Thru service (plus taz) 4 Thru trips dally (plus tat)
Drop by today and talk it over.Ve'll be happy J Smith, chairman as and Mrs. Paul FOR INFORMATION PLEASE CALL

I Rardin and Mrs. J. L. McCall as
i to see you.Your the other members. Canal Point Sport ShopM.
: Savings Insured Up To $10,001 By F. S. I. C.
: B. R. Mosley, past presi-
dent of the Pahokee Woman's

Club, entertained at her home on
: Everglades federalSAVINGS Bacom Point Road with a lunch-
eon honoring the officers who had
served with her during her term


AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION. ._ Mrs.B: Elliott; of Okeechobee, is
M .. W. ATX.B"> U32JC' GLABK )nfeONS l WY 4-MC9 the house-.guest;:"of-Ker soh-In-law

and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Lee i
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Pap mpt'' Tae Evergladea News Canal Point Florid. Friday, June 1, 1962
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: B G Hospital Board- gravity of the question involved,I I Following this informational campaign to acknowledge with sincere I Velva Kay Elliott
the Board has no intention of tak-] the Southwestern Board and thanks the confidence expressed in I I
(continued from page 1) ing any arbitrary or precipitious I the Northwestern Board will call it by the citizens of the District. Has Birthday Party
i. Proper. action with respect to .the Joint; for a straw ballot, to be held in The Southwestern Palm -
The Board should like to point Hospital Plan. Rather, it is the i the fall of 1962, at polling places Beach County Public Mrs. Lee Wroten entertainedsome
out that notwithstanding Belle Board's firm belief that this question strategically located throughoutboth Hospital Board. 25 youngsters Wednesday
Glade Chamber of Commerce should be decided by the citizens -I districts so that the populacecan ..;; afternoon at a lawn party at her
Board of Directors' recent action, of both the Southwestern and. properly express themselves on HOME FRO MISSISSIPPI home honoring her daughter Velva .
there has been no tangible evidenceof Northwestern Districts, and then the Joint Hospital Plan. David Watkins a student:at the Kay on her third birthday anniver- \
any organized opposition to the only after the many facts, pro and Should a majority of the citizens University of Mississippi will return sary. Games were played a birth- I
Joint Hospital venture. While the con, of the plan have been fully and participating in that straw ballot to his home here Wedensdayto day cake with all the trimmings .
Chamber Directors, by resolution, publicly aired. vote in favor of the Joint Hospital spend the summer with his parents was cut and served with ice creamto ,
opposed the consolidated venture, The responsibility for dissemi- Plan the question will then be re- Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Watkins those attending.Mrs. .
.: this action was done without the nating ,information on the Joint submitted to freeholders at a later following the close of the school j
; knowledge or sanction of the Hospital Proposal will be under- date. The outcome of the voting on term. Curtis Wright of Okeechobee .
the the freeholders will ... was the guest Saturday of her ,
Chamber membership which has taken by the two boards with the question by -
not been given the opportunity to added proviso that any citizen or determine whether the Joint Hos- Mrs. Ed Nicholas and boys visit-II brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and
" express sentiments.. group wishing to voice an opinionon pital Plan is inacted. ed Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Weeks in Mrs. T. J. Youngblood and son ,
Nevertheless, because of the the subject is urged to do so. The Southwestern Board wishes Okeechobee Wednesday. I I:Mike.



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