The Everglades news
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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: June 8, 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
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00128
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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''i 45 Seniors i To Get Canal Point Girls Tie For Tap Honors Among The Seniors Jn- Familiar i Faces At ,I

I 1962 Pahokee H. S. Graduating Class

P i Their. '62 Diplomas New Sugar Co-Op

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At 8:15 o'clock tonight (Friday) ______ -- I The agricultural editor of this
45 Seniors Pahokee High School I!!! newspaper made a tour of the new

1 will parade across the stage in the : sugar mill being erected by SugarCane
gymnasium and receive their diplomas Growers Cooperative of Florida -'
::: from School Board Member at Belle Glade Tuesday after-

,. Milton Carpenter after the class *s : 4a noon. He saw many strange faces
presented for graduation by Principal but also saw a few familiar ones.

i Brooks Henderson. Ones who, through the years, have

Preceding the graduation exer- : ; kiri been identified with sugar produc- .

cises Robert O. Lampi's Pahokee __ tion in the Glades. .
High School band will play a con- I Two especially were noted on the

cert starting at 7:47 p. m. and end- a R. i rounds. One was that of Pete Mc-

ing at 8:15 when the exercises are Intyre, newly appointed agricul-
scheduled to start. The band will : tural superintendent. He has had '
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1, play the Processional and Recessional had years and years and years of

,for the students marching in sugar cane growing experiencewith
.l and out. the United States Sugar

f The feature address will be given Corporation and more recentlywith

Dr., Luther A. Arnold, Associate I KDr Okeelanta Sugar Refinery,
Professor of Education at the University Inc., at South Bay where he was

I of Florida. Robert Kenneth general manager.The .
Boe will deliver the Salutatory ad- I <'" "A M' ,"i. *.' I other was Maurice Fletcher

dress. The invocation will be given ::\ ; who had been with the Okeelanta

by Rev. Ora R. Smith, as will be I .\. .. : concern for around 15 years. Mr
the benediction. I ", '",';:.I 'rJ Fletcher is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
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... ""' -<<' : R. P. Fletcher of Pahokee, and
An unusual circumstance prevails { j
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this year in that two Canal ; ; : t : has been named purchasing,agent I
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Point girls tied for top honors and it"u: : ; for the new co-op. He and. his I

the class will have two Valdictor- ")t. .., ': ; ;: ,' family have lived in Clewiston for .: i
ians-Miss Janette Harrington and 01i.:1"."(> < "'fA years. They will soon move to this ;
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Miss Katherine Young. side OL the lake.Young ;
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: took quite a bit of figuring and calculating at Pahokee High School this year among the instructorsto -" :
Street Light Fund decide who should be the 1962 graduating class Valdictorian. Finally, a decision was reached and BeardsleyTo :
this year's.class will have'the Valdictorian's honors split evenly between Miss Katherine Young, ...
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Wilburn C. Ydung and Miss Janette Harrington, daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. "
Talk To Vets.
In C. P. Needs Cash Roswell Harrington. ,

I! Just a few days remain in which On Monday It'll Be "End Of Season" I I Inspiring Sermon James Wayne Beardsley, Jr.,.
grandson of Mrs. J. R. York of Pa-
annual of $600 ,
to raise the amount Dance By Elks June 9
for street lights in Canal Point ac- hokee, and son of Mr. and :Mrs.
J Dr. Charles SearsOn To Seniors James W.
t cording to officials of the Lions There will be an "End of Season" Shelley will address Beardlsey the state of encampmentof Clewiston,

club, the light-sponsoring organi- dance the Elks club
, at in Pahokee
the Veterans of Warsat
keep zation.the Donations light burning are necessary and the fund to I Monday night, June 11, at on Saturday, June 9, from 9:30: I I The sanctuary of the First Baptist Clearwater, todayF.riday( ), on
until 1:30.
must be completed within the next I Emory University in Atlanta a Lou Ormandys orches- Church in Pahokee was filled the subject, "What Freedom Meansto
I tra will furnish the music. "
22 days. local young man will receive his I I to capacity Sunday night to hear Me.
I D. D. S. The Wayne was the state winner of
Those wishing to make their an- degree. young man Rev. Robert, Shelley: pastor of the
nual donation to the light fund I from this community will be the VFW Voice of Democracy
I I Canal
should give their check to Harlan I Charles Sears, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fri. June 15 Date I Point Methodist church, contest held in January. He received -- .
Sears at. Sears Hardware, Albert Harlan Sears of Canal Point.' It I I deliver one of the finest Baccalaureate an all-expense trip to Washing*

Fremd Roswell Harrington, Bill I goes without saying that Mr. and I sermons that graduating Sen ton where he met the other 50

Hobson or J. G. Weeks. i I Mrs. Sears will have front row To Sign UpFor The iors of Pahokee High, School have. state winners.., A 1962 graduate of' '

seats to witness Charles' gradua- heard in many ,a day. : Clewiston! High School he plans to
tion as a' full fledged dentist. off attend the University of Florida: in
June 12 Set Summer The invocation was, : by '
Tuesday : given
The young Mr. Sears is married Program : .
Rev. Guthrie Colvard, pastor of .
.... For WMU MeetingsThe to the former Miss Stella Sue I I
the First Baptist Church iii\.Pah -
.. Barnes daughter of '1l ". and Mrs. Mrs. Sally Butler On '
---:- Registration' Day for the sum kee and the benediction ;was given ,
circles of the Woman's Missionary Homer Barnes of Pahokee. They mer enrichment program at tha by Rev. T. C. O'Steen. pastor of Tour Of North .& East ..
have two fine sons, Bruce and Reid. ,
Union of the Pahokee Canal Point School will be Friday, the First Methodist church in Pa-
t First Baptist Church will meet at Charles has been mighty busy since June 15. Principal W. W. White hokee. ..
his graduation front Pahokee High Mrs. Sally Butler joins .the. : tan-: :. .
the homes of members next TUes- and Mrs. Charlotte '
Walston are The High School Glee Club'under
School several years ago. During )ley pilgrimage, today, (Friday) for
day, June 12. the directors of the program. the direction of Miss Ellen:Mof
The Lottie Moon,Circle will meet the summers while in college (after ,a tour of points of interest in the
hitch with Uncle Sam'sarmy Activities will start each day at gan, sang "One,World", with
at 3:00 p. m. with Mrs. C. A. Batch- I serving) he a worked with the Palm 8:30 a. m. and continue until 4:00p. Sue Brower giving the solo part.In East. She and other representatives -

elor on Bacom Point Road. The child her usual charming manner, o! the Home Products
Beach m. Any desiring to do so, Stanley -
County Department.Dr.
Betty Mills Circle will meet at 8:00: 1 Sears' many friends in the can bring lunch and spend ,the day. Miss Jann Plumer, accompaniedthe Inc. will leave by chartered "
p. m., instead of the usual morning There will be Glee Club and played the Pro-
Glades will be glad to know that a swimming class. bus from Miami. They will visit .
hour, with Mrs. Guthrie Colvard. cessional for the Seniors to make
he is going to practice dentistry morning, Monday through Luray Caverns, Va.; Washington,
The other two circles will also maybe not more than 100 miles Friday, from 9:30 to 11:30 a. m. their entrance and she also played D. C.; New York City -and' the ..
meet at 8:00: m., the Grace Jer- I
p. marched
the Recessional as they '
from Canal Point. Then home folks Transportation will be arrangedto main plant of the company at
nigan with Mrs. R. S. Douthit and the Pahokee out following the inspiring serm- ,
will have opportunity to keep in pool where Coach I I Westfield. JMass. Mrs. Butler has
the Faye Taylor with Mrs. Edwin touch with him. Charles Is anotherone Web Pell and Mrs. Rita Sims will been notified that she will receivea

Todd, at 141 North Flame Ave. of the fine young folks from be instructors. !I gold cup at the gold cup banquet

p! this particular area who is all set Principal White will be in chargeof i on.C. which will be the high point of the

Awards Program to make his mark in the world. the sports and games each day i P. Post OfficeOn visit to the plant.LAUDERDALE.. -...
This newspaper joins his friends and Mrs. Walston will supervise'
At Canal Pt. School wishing, him the best of luck. the arts and crafts program. A'I Summer Schedule VISITORSMr.
charge of $1.00 will be asked from I

The annual awards program was I REV SHELLEY: TO RETURN each one attending the arts and Beginning Wednesday June 13th : and Mrs. R.V.. Sanders",
held at the Canal Point school on crafts classes to cover the cost of the Canal Point Post office will East Main Street, had as' their

Wednesday morning, June 6, with Rev. Robert Shelley will be returned supplies. close 'on Wednesday afternoons.The dinner guests,' Sunday, their son-
the principal, W. W. White in to the Canal Point Methodist : Music appreciation and a story office will be open from 8:30a. in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs..

charge. A complete list of the. Church in Canal Point for, hour will also be offered. m. to 12:30 p. m. on Wednesdays.The James S. Wilson and children
awards was not compiled for publication his sixth year when the pastoral All school children and those incoming and outgoing mall .Jean Jimmy and Jan of Ft. Laud-

at press time and we hope assignments are made today at the children planning to enter school will retain, their same schedule. erdale and their son and daughter- .

to be able to carry the full list next Lakeland Conference of the Flor- in, September are eligible to at- EDYTHE SMITH in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Sand.'

week. ida Methodist churches. tend. I Postmaster. era and son Michael. ..

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r. Page Two _, ._- .-.', The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, June 8. 1962
.. -

t Gene Parnell who has just com-

( pleted his junior year at Southern ATTENTION MENTRAIN

College in Lakeland'ret rned last

'L week to spend the first part of Non'TO BE A l

the summer with his parents, Mr.

and Mrs. E. S. Parnell. He plansto
Heavy Equipment,
attend the last session of sum-

mer school at Miami University.
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and Mrs. Tommy Miller..and

family will leave Monday to spenda I BULL DOZER -:- GRADER -:- CLAM SHELL

week at the Church of God camp POWER SHOVEL -:- AND OTHERS

meeting at Wimauma. After returning -
The Rardin Building In Canal Point FloridaTHE to Pahokee for a few days COMPLETE TRAINING PROGRAM.INCLUDING .

they plan to leave onJune 20 to ACTUAL EXPERIENCE ON HEAVY EQUIPMENT
spend a month camping out in the For Complete, Immediate Information

THE: EVEMLADES NEWS- lina.Smokey'' Mountains of North Caro- Fill Out Coupon And Mail Today! "

Serving the Lake Okeechobee Without PREVIOUSEXPERD3NCE UNIVERSAL
Farming Region Miss Edwina Humphrey, daughter TRAINING SERVICE

Interruption Every'Week for More Than 30 Years : of Mr.;, and Mrs. J. L. Hum- Heavy Equipment Division .

Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday phrey, Sr., returned to Pahokee NEEDED Box AA c-o The Everglades News,

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe last weekend after completing her Qualify for the Canal Point, Florida "
high paying jobs.
sophomore year at Florida State Name _____ Age______ j
Available in the --------------------
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office University at Tallahassee, where

In Canal Point; Florida,.as Second Class Matter she is majoring in business. Heavy Industry Equipment Street _____.::._.-__________-____________ 1.

State _______
RoadsCity ------------ ----------
Paul Rardin Owner Editor Building
Mrs. Adeline Stuckey returned Dams, etc. Phone ________________ Hr. at Home ___
If Hundleys To Visit Tuesday after spending a week in j

AdventistsPlan West Palm Beach visiting Mrs. i

Kansas This SummerMr. Pearl Thornton and Mrs. Rosabel ADVERTISERS '
Camp Meeting With I
and Mrs. Lloyd Hundley and I

sons, John and Wayne, expect to _
leave on June 12 for a vacation 6,000 AttendanceFOREST 'rn,1t'l1Ii'! 1tL'f'ffi"rnrr! 1f'ffyjt"fffl! )! 'l1\J1InfrWTl'_r e

trip Ito Kansas. The Hundley fam- .
ily reunion will be held on June24at I 1
the Adams High School gym- CITY-The tent city

nasium in Adams, Kansas, with has been set up here for the an-

over a hundred friends and rela- nual camp meeting of Florida

tives in attendance After spend-i Seventh-day Adventists and past-

ing sev.eral weeks in Kansas, Mr. ors from the churches of the State i Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 62550Belle Glade '

Hundley and John will return to have been busy making final prep-

Pahokee while Mrs. Hundley and arations for an anticipated attend- i SALES and SERVICE

Wayne will continue West to visit ance of 6,000 this weekend. ii :

her sister, Mrs. J._ E. Isenhart in The eight-day meeting begin,
i HeatingAir Conditioning Appliances !
Denver, Colo: and they will also Friday night with a keynote serm- I I

attend the World's Fair at Seattle, on by Pastor H. H. Schmidt of this

Wash. While in Seattle they will community, president of the Ad- J.. &tl.\I.iJ..Y..Fto\\l..IjJ..Y>>\\I.'II.\I.'I1WiM.'i1.MljJWil.\L&I.\LII.\LII1..u.; \ \.. \.. V>.v IM \\l..liM.11.\L1I..t.Ll! ; Mr.Ji.:

be the guests of Mrs. Hundley's ventists' Florida Conference. His

nephew, H. E. Isenhart.IN announced topic is: "The Fight, the
Faith, the Crown."

The purpose of the session, according NOTHING'S MORE'. WONDERFUL, MORE DEPENDABLE
FLORIDAIN the Scriptures in the light of pres-
ESTHER C. LEVINS. : ent-day events, to re-emphasize
DECEASED : spiritual values, and to study 'programs -
action: airconditioningLike
You and each of you are hereby notified of church
and required to present any claims The camp meeting, here is a .
and demands which you. or either of
somewhat modernized edition of
you. may have against the estate ot
.Esther C. Levins deceased late of said the old fashioned gatherings of the 4
:cool mountain air caused and tensions. in
County to the County Judge of Paint ,bringing crisp, fatigue: Living
Beach County, Florida. at his office In past century. Permanent facilitiesof inside-that's Electric Air-Conditioning. an air-conditioned home is both health- .
.the Court House at West Palm Beach; the church's Forest 'Lake Acad-
Florida within eight calendar months Magic climate control at your fingertips! ful and pleasant.And .
.from the date of the first publicationof emy, including the dormitories, are
home have.
this notice. Each claim or demand used, with the addition of 250: family The greatest comfort your can thrifty year-round Electric Air-Con- .
' must be In writing and must be swornto :
\ by the claimant his agent or his tents pitched in an orderly pattern A modern Flameless Electric Air-Con- ditioning is really two comforts in one

attorney, or the same will become null and six large meeting tents ditioner does so much more than just -cools in summer, warms in winter, all i
and void according to law.
This 28th day of May 1962. used for various activities. Many cool. It draws out the excess.moisture from one compact unit. '
Marvin Levins, Adminis- families prepare their own mealsin and eliminates the uncomfortable sticky '
trator of the Estate of Flameless, dependable Electric Air-Con- '
Esther C. Levin deceased. the designated cook tents, while It dampness
humidity. helps prevent
Thadd Whidden others eat at the school cafeteria, ditioning is tried and proven..enjoyedby
It filters the air frees it
rod mildew.
Attorney for Administrator ,
Pahokee. Florida or in a snack shop set up in one of from dust and' pollen and brings relief a half-million of your Florida neigh- I
Publish June 1, 8. IS and 22. 1962 i the tents. bors. It's the best buy under the sun...
from .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Members attend the camp meeting allergies.Children Now's the time to see your electric appli-

IN.AND FOR PALM BEACH COUNTY. from every church in the Flor- eat better, sleep better, are less ance dealer or air-conditioning contractor .
NO. 18941 ida Conference. About 1200 per- irritable. You say goodbye to heat- for better-than-ever values, easy terms

Ia re. Sstate of > sons live on the grounds some staying ..
Deceased : for the entire session, and oth- )

NOTICE TO CREDITORS ers only a portion. On the two Sat- -flu
All creditors of ,the estate of-DR.. .. ;E.: ; agotila i fteless i4/
A. BO6WHLL. deceased, &re: .hereby urdays of the session, the day observed : .,
Dot1t1ec1.and. required to;file any?claims by the Seventh-day Adven- r-. ...IT'S CHEAPER. TOOl
or: ids which they may haveagainst ... .
said estate In the office of the tists as the Sabbath; thousands tti F.Li. 0 RID A POWER &+ LIGHT I COMPANY"HtlflHQ ,
county judge of Palm Beach,County! come to spend the whole day.: Many eUlLO FLORIDA r -s''
Florida in the courthouse West .
Palm Beach. Florida within sir churches in the Central Florida .

c&tepdar. months.from the,-date of. the"llrsf Area, have no Saturday service ',,
.publication'. this notice ,Wit .:f

dalm or demand must be, in jnrttU C.Abdjm mem-bers ; ,,
.*>,,.& ate Jtlie.place:.ox-residence AI: .. -
.and post-office address bf the claimant ,',
speaker at the main preach-
.and must be sworn to by the claimant
nts.! acQt.. or his .attorney"; or It will ing service on Saturday June 9, at i

.become. May void IS.. 1862.according. .to law ... 10O. a,, m.._will be W. R,Beach. of ,

1':' .: J-L .TYSON. JR. ,Washington, D. C;. general world cool comfortall
..' Ancillary Administrator r of .secretary of the Adventists Gen-
the Estate oft
DR. E. A. BOSWELL. eral'Conference. summers
deceased. n -. ..
IHrst publication on June, 1. 1962. '
Publish June 1. 8. 15.-22,,1962 Rotarians Hear long "

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Beach PolicemanLt.
HULDA M. WILSON : Joseph Macy of the West
DECEASEDJ Palm Beach Police Departmentwas
y. All creditors: of the estate of Hulda guest speaker at the luncheon
ML Wilson.deceased. are hereby notified' meeting, of the Pahokee Rotary I 'ii .
and, required to file any claims or'demands -
; wtilch. you may have against Club, last Thursday, with the president -
:said. estate in the office of the County R. O. Lampi, presiding. Lt.
Judge of Palm Beach County Florida.
In the Court House at West Palm Beach Macy, who is an instructor in the 1 k ka
Florida within eight calendar months police school, was introduced by I
from the date of the first publication '
,of this notice to-wit: May %S. 1962. Rev. Thomas C. O'Steen.
Each claim or demand must be in Visitors were A. E. (Slick)
writing and must state the place of
:residence and post office address of the Kirchman, N. T. Taylor, J. P. Hal- :' b't >
.claimant and must be sworn to by the brook Rudolph Hooks and Lee
claimant,. his agent, or his attorney.Or t ,
it will be come void according to law. Cranford,. all of Belle Glade; ) -
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Dated .this 30th day of April, 1962. Brooks Henderson and Frank Ro- 't 1
Frank M. Wilson
zeile. James'Bryant was the guestof j
Executor of Estate of 10.' .
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Hulda M.WUson. .'
student mei fiber. 'John Hundley. .
Publish; May 25.JuneX.8. and 15. 1962. WMMMV B i ----. K _HWV M .J' f' .
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for Executor CLASSIFIED: ADS PAY .' r''i"v"
P. Os Box 705 .,:::..:"h,"""_ I BIG DIVIDENDS ", .;
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l Friday June 8, 1962 The Everglades. News Canal Point, Florida Page The

J Amphitheatre Will ule of evening showings of travel -Job- Finding This ; I an honorary citizenship award:I.ABels Purchaser .

; movies is anticipated. yit>m Florida's Governpr Farris I
c Remain All Summer Not EasyTALLA.HASSE for outstanding contributions -
Open Bryant I
m Eight or nine special Atlantic
I to tourist and industrial development -! Of Silver SpringsSILVER
Summer Lake Wales Coast Line and Seaboard Railroad
in the state.
-State Indust-
II special trains will be scheduledinto I
Lake Wales during the 1963 rial Commission Chairman A. Expansion plans call for construction ,

I. LAKE WALES-Plans to get Play season. Three special ACL Worley Brown warns Florida's of an authentic American SPRINGS Silver

1, more year-'round use out of the trains in 1962 brought thousandsto young people that job finding this Plains scene and African Veldt Springs, popular Florida attraction -

3,500 seat natural amphitheatre see the Play from the Tampa summer will not be easy. scene. Added to the collection of: : has announced that American

u two miles south of Lake Wales, and Orlando areas. Last summer only one third of wild animals already at the gardens -:I Broadcasting-Paramount Theatreshas
, I winter home of the world-famous the teen-age job seekers were suc will be antelope, big hornet i contracted to acquire the fa-
Wales citizens in all walksof
J Lake ,
] Black Hills Passion Play, are .un-1 cessful over the nation and the sheep and road runners at the I cilities based near Ocala
life who, as volunteers, contribute -
'/j derway. prediction for this year is sub- American scene. The Africa : Silver Springs is the second attraction -
much of their time and effortto
Ii'( In past years the property has stantially the same.. Veldt scene will display elephants, I II in Florida to be purchased

C j; been closed"at the conclusion of the success of the Play each Brown pointed out that Florida's zebras, giraffes, camels, monkey: 1 by the television-movie combine.
season, are enthused over the Am- I
each season's production featuring continued growth in population and other animals in their natural i The company also operates Week

i II Josef Meier as the Christus and his phitheatre grounds remaining open means a proportionately larger habitat. I Wachee near Brooksville on F10r-.

i cast of 150 persons who portray every month of the year. They feel number of young people enteringthe I Busch said a miniature train ida's West Coast.
it will serve as a 'drawing card' to I
r the story of the last seven days in labor market and, despite the would also be used to take visitor It was stated the 3,900 acre area
Floridians'and out-of-state
I. the life of Jesus state's continued industrial expansion I on a two-mile tour through the of Silver Springs 'is subject to- a

;Jf! The well known production was visitors in this part of the "RidgeSection" job opportunities for young American and African scenes. tax ruling before final transfer is
which, with Bak Tower
I brought to the United States by people are on the decline. .. accomplished. Purchase price and
and the Great Masterpiece'nearby,
Meier in 1932 and he established a
I Brown. outlined reasons for this terms of the sale were not announced -
-f i home in the is recognized as the 'cultural area'
permanent summer mechanization .
of the Sunshine State, offering a including increasing Class Night For
South Dakota
Black Hills of near of jobs once filled by inexperienced Silver Springs is actually made
Spearfish, in 1938. distinctly religious! atmosphere.A of of attractions most
tempotary workers and the fact up a group ,
Next February 10th,. the Play continuing schedule of news that many companies are levelingout Seniors TuesdayClass popular of which is the glass bot-

I will open at Lake Wales for its mailings to editors of travel mag- work needs-over the year, giv- tom boat rides: Other attractionsare

I .eleventh season. Attendance here azines, newspapers, radio and tele- ing their present employes over- the jungle' boat cruise, Ross

I this year, the Play having ,closed vision stations throughout the time rather than taking on temporary Night exercises of the Allen's Reptile Institute, Tommy

Easter Sunday, surpassed all past eastern states and Canada will be help.Busch Pahokee High School Senior Class o Bartlett's Deer Ranch,. Prince of

records. maintained. J Peace Memorial and the CavalCa-
of 1962 was a gala affair, last
The Lake Wales Amphitheatre oar dia which houses a collection of antique -
Gardens Will with all members
Tuesday evening,
Corporation, a non-profit group of and classic cars.

leading local citizens who last week Puppies For FreeIf Be Expanded, Tampa I dressed in colorful Japanese cos W. C. Ray, Sr., andV.. M.
re-elected Walter E. Zilahy, a tumes. The oriental theme was "Shorty" Davidson acquired Silver
You Want One
ready-mix concrete businessman, TAMPA-Anheuser-Busch, Inc. used throughout the program. Springs in 1924 and developed it

r as President.In I has announced a long range $4 mil :Miss Janette Harrington,, class; into .a major attraction known

'the near future, a covering Do you want a puppy for a pet? lion expansion program for Busch president, gave the welcoming .ad- throughout the world. ,
Is so, step to the phone and call : Butterfly"was I _
.will be erected over part of the Gardens which, when completedwill dress. A skit, '. _II --
seating space to protect audiences George Ketner at Farrel-Birming- make the gardens one of the presented with most of the I V. J. York of Fprt .Lauderdale
in the event of showers as well as ham at Bryant. There are an even class members participating. :Miss;
\ nation's leading tourist attrac- visited, his mother Mrs. J. R. York,
I from the heat of the sun, since dozen in the newly arrived puppy tions. Alice Elaine Hurt, Miss Sue Brow I Wednesday. S .
there will be more matinees in family and they are yours for the August A. Busch, Jr., presidentof er and Miss Bonnilu Lair, vocalists -- .
asking.:; When questioned as to the .
1 1963. Anheuser-Busch, said $1.5 mill- and Miss Betty Johnson, pianist APPROX. ONE OF EVERY FOUR

J Florida residents and tourists kind this newspaper was informed'' ion has already been appropriatedto t rendered several musical selec- VISITORS.(IS SEEING FLORIDA.\ '. .
that muts, but cute.
will be welcome to visit the Am- get the expansion underway tions. FOR
I You can phone him at 9247946.L. I
phitheatre grounds for rest, relax- immediately. The project will include -t The class prophecy was given by:

; ation, and meditation. Further development of 105 acres Miss Evelyn Stacy; the class his-

landscaping will be undertaken, W. Mullis returned home, surrounding the brewery and is tory by Miss Alice Elaine Hurt;

1 featuring native: flowers and plants Sunday, from Tallahasee after scheduled for completion by ths the last will and teastament by; GREET

\ and others to be imported from the taking his house guests for two end of 1962. :Miss'' Kathryn Young: and the sup-

Holy Land, with ladies of the local weeks, his son-inlaw and daughter, Busch detailed the innovationsat erlatives by Miss Jo Ann McKin- 7f/EM

jl, garden. clubs assisting. Mr. and Mrs. John Arnsdorff and a luncheon given in his honor stry. t WiTHAl .

I Additional benches and picnic small son, Johnny, back to their by the Tampa Committee of 100. Brooks Henderson, prihcipal, assisted .

I tables will be provided and a sched- home there. During the affair, Busch received by Kyle Scott, presented the SMIIP.

II awards to the seniors, as follows, FLORIDA TOURISM
valedictorian Miss STEERING COMMITTEE/
to both Janette
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Harrington and :Miss Kathryn -

I Young; salutatorian, Robert Boe;

agriculture, William Johnson;

English, Sue Sheridan; history, HELP HIM 'i.

Picture ofa PrOIIIISe Yvonne Thompson; industrial arts, !

I Joe Bullock; Latin Kathryn S find the answers

Young; mathematics, John Hund-

f ley; science, Janette Harrington; in time to. .
Spanish, Rebecca Grimes; senior

band awards, Vicki' Alley, Willie HELP YOU

I, Carson Adams, Sue Brower, James
/ Batchelor, Rebecca Grimes Alice
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Penny McKinstry .......... ,. .,
I, McKinstry; athletic, John Hund- : '.: : "; ;;:;.
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Robert Boe; citizenship to Pa rich :': "".:':', 'IL,::; ;'

-- Keene and William :Maxson; best
ypyx' all around to Janette Harrington

and John Hundley.
Miss Willie Carson Adams, on
.; behalf of the senior class, presentd -

gifts of ''love and appreciationto

Sure, suite's a grand old flag! &1That's Principal Brooks Henderson,,
R. O. Lampi, Mrs. R, C. Lane and
why salute her. -
we Robert C. Woofter.

That's why we pledge allegiance to her. I . : .

That pledge, in its simplest terms, '
May- Toil-Gash: "' : Diseases of theheartfond:t- l'i.
Is another way,of saying, "Count me x .
in. You're ray.country and love you ., To Flick Ashes: ."... '_.' i. blood, >vessel ore-still-ther ;;

and need you. Yourproblems are W', J- J 1.-. L '.: J{ending.cause .of, death..( ca

my problems., and" "I'm with you I From Your Auto :: But exciting advances in t

all the way" 1. 7- 1 ::treatment'and preventionare ::;

Your country's biggest'single GAINESVILLE-Flicking ashes being made: :-
the from the window of an automobile .
problem perpetual Toda>'-America's, research i
carries a possible $200 fine in Flor .
for the peaCe its people
? 4a scientists are on the
t .oj!
ida to T. G.
according Herndon
want. You with
can help this -
of break-
problem by remembering this: J" t farm forester with the Florida Ag- 'verge important .4;
ricultural Extension Service. throughs in the control of Or

Peace costs money. Money for Anyone throwing or dropping heart diseases. They need u

i military and industrial strength. .,<.a anything that could start a grass your Heart Fund dollars ::
Money for science and education. .
': or woods fire from a car is breaking more than ever now-to :;::
And saved by individualsby -af
money -
a Florida law. And this inCludes ,-. expand their research and t-
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to help keep the
you- economyprong. .
lighted matches* cigarettes -
Bonds provide this I. spaced their victory over :
money-. .. .
cigars, ashes or other' flaming -
any : *
I America's #1 killer.
ana MX*vnaner-National Nr HMMr Soapthot c..tJlarUa .,
-*T H.Xfflw-AP8J or glowing substance. .
Herndon says a careless act of

ll Strengthen America's Peace Power this type carries a fine of up to More will LIVE .

$200, or a term in the county jail, :

: Bonds or If both.the act is proved intentional, the more you 61YEHEART j. '
1-.aviigs :
$1 : the culprit,may be punished by a

fine of up to $1,000 or a prison term i t

.-. of not more than three years, or ct
NOW PA'ck4G; 334" INTERESt both. % FUND -'

Herndon points out that 90,per- .... .
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Mrs. C. B. Jones returned to her, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Bowe of St. .' -' -
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; home in Canal Point Tuesday after; Augustine will arrive Monday to :._ .. '
undergoing eye surgery at St. spend a weeks vacation with her : t: :':: :}:
FI Marys hospital on last Saturday. parents Mr. and Mrs D. W. Young. I: 4% ji $jZ ;t'I' 4% :5;:

', \ Mrs. D. P. Griffin has returned Mrs. J. li. Reeves left yesterday t
Percent Percent :
> to her home in 'Ochlochnee, Ga. ward to spend her vacation +,
after spending two weeks here visiting relatives in Thomasville, On On 'x
with her son-in-law and daughter, I I Ga. and her son and daughter-in- *
rI $:
' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Douthit, Jr. law, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Graves Savings Savingst
'Mike Cowart, a student at Bolles I I and family in Augusta, Ga. When a i

School for Boys at Jacksonville, Mrs. Reeves returns ,on June 17, tJ
arrived Saturday to spend the she will be accompanied back to '
summer vacation with his parents, Florida by Mrs. Albert Graves and l ti
It Can Be Yours!
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cowart. the two children. .

Rev. and Mrs. Thomas C. O'Steenare Mrs. R. S. Douthit, Sr., has gone i i .
attending the annual Florida to visit in Miami after being the
Methodist Conference in Lakeland, house guest of her son and daught- t If you need money to build that'dream home come In

this week.. er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. S.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Mulkey, Jr., Douthit, Jr., for several weeks. > today. The details can be worked out easily by the friendly '
and daughters, Twila Vann and
Selena Ann i from Vienna, Ga., will Mrrs. Jack Phillips and sons folks at Everglades deral. I II
] Robert. Jim.and John of Fairfax, .
arrive today, to spend ten days
I S. C. will arrive June 13 to visit
with Mrs. Mulkey's brother-in- .
her parents Dr. and Mrs. L. W. .
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. .1.1I
Armstrong, and to attend the wed-
Vann. and her niece, Miss Carolyn I EVERGLADES FEDERAL
Sellers., ding,of her niece, Miss Penny Sas- ,
ser, on June 17. .
___u__.__ _'_ _'" ._ Savings And Loan Association
Miss Carolyn Sellers returnedlast .
weekend from Howey Aca- I- (SAVINGS INSURED UP TO.$10,000 ON EACH ACCOUNT BY F. D. I. C.) it

Classified Ads demy to spend her vacation with 40 S. \\'. AVENUE "B" BELLE GLADE PHONE \\'Y62061.OHK 'I
her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.J. .
W. Vann. +-: :.... :.... : :-: :-:. : t : : : :- +: : : t t : }.: : : : ..4 .. : H-H: : H : : H"Hfr: : **i:<:H .. :+
SUGAli .BOOM is sure to hit. If
you have a spare room or two for Mr. and Mrs. Jack( Nye and fam- --,-------
rent, why'not-place an, ad in this ily of West Palm Beach attendedthe Mrs. James Elrod and two children Mrs. Ida Swan of Butler, Ala. is Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Boland of

column,and watch results. A phone graduation of her sister, Miss of Opa Locka were the week- the house guest of her soninlawand Athens, Ga., are visiting .his par. !
call and $1.00 will; get the Job done. Alice Elaine Hurt, at Pahokee end guests of her parents. Mr. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Boland on

High School, Friday night, and Mrs. Tommy Miller. Hobson. Bacom Point Road. .
vIsited her parents, Mn and Mrs.
If advertise in this
daily. you
R. F. Hurt. .-
classified column, folks will know .., .'. .. I
where to find that spare room. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mitchell of -:

Send $1.00 and copy for your ad to Winter Haven attended the grad- II.
The Everglades News, Canal Point, uation of their grandson, Robert' iiiT!!

Fla. Boe ,at Pahokee High School,
Friday night, and visited : their,
FOR SALE: New and used Willys daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Jeeps. Walter Ashley's' Garagein Mrs. Hugo Boe.
Belle GlAde Phone 3058: I I

Pot. 17-54-ch Miss Sue Brower, daughter of I
I Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Brower, was

Fifteen DollarsThat honored at her graduation from I. .
Pahokee High School, Friday
is all you need to have a new
home built'on your lot. For further night, by the presence of her I
details call HUNT REAL ESTATEat grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. K. :
Brower of West Palm Beach her
M25tt ;
924-1983, in Pahokee. I :' <
uncle and aunt: Mr. and.Mrs. V. G.I '". '
:HOUSE FOR RENTVInquire Mathews of Stuart"and her broth-
across from Crown Ice Co. in, er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Canal Point. ltp Al Maloy of Belle Glade.

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; .," Mead MaxwellIs

.j It, UIummrnrrmrnt! iExerrtSt :z f. Lions Speaker

-'iiir, PAHOKEE i! Mead Maxwell of the Pahokee

:c I Chapter of the Future Farmers of

'f' i America; was guest' speaker at the
HIGH SCHOOL luncheon meeting of the Pahokee
r J f n"I Lions Club Tuesday with the
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... ... '. : siding.: Mead, a winner in the public
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\ ; speaking contests in both the sub-
DC i"I : ..I district and the district meets of
CLASS OF 1962 : f ,. ";::J.. the FFA. spoke on "Sugar Cane."

I I IJ i /-i, : The speaker was introduced by

f : Bill Johnson, FFA president, who
also introduced Miss Ruth Colvard
J FFA Sweetheart and reigning
, \I Harvest Queen, who sang "Sum-
11. Htglf 'rljool ((igmtrafittrm I mertime" and "My Hero" from
r ; | "The Chocolate Soldier", accom-
MISS BARBARA: WALKER I MISS EFFIE LOU KEEN panied at the piano by her mother,

Naples Florida Ij FRIDAY, EVENING, JUNE 8, 1962 I Arcadia, 'Florida Mrs. Guthrie Colvard.

b IJ James Harry Wilkinson had
8:15 O'Clock <, 3.
the for
charge of arrangements
Barbara Walker ToWed "liI Former Resident Of this outstanding program.The .

Boyd Vorhees Pahokee School Gets election was held for the ,
s 1itJ4au 1962 "Lion of the Year." The results
I I Diploma In ArcadiaMiss Ladies
Mr."and Mrs: Gordon C.' Walkerof will be announced at the
Naples announce the Night when the winner will be
engage- -
Effie Lou Keen graduated awarded the Ralph Stanley plaque.
ment of their daughter, Miss Barbara Adams, Willie Carson Melba
Johnson Betty Wednesday, May 30 at 8 p. m. from Visitors were Rev. and Mrs.
Walker, to Boyd T. Vorhees, Alley, Vicki Ann Kahn, Harriet DeSoto '.
Marjorie County High School in Ar- Guthrie Colvard, "Tiny" Todd of
I Jr., son of Mr.: and Mrs. Boyd T.
Vorhees of 398 N. Juniper, Paho Batchelor, James Evert Keene, Patricia Ann I(cadia. There were 83 graduates West Palm Beach and Carroll
kee. Batista, Juana Mirtha Kelly, Don Wayne I and the theme was "Pathways to Warren of South Bay. Lt; John

I SMiss Walker is a graduate of Batista, Juan MiguellBoe Lair, Bonnilu I jthe Future." Miss Keen is the Cook of Bolles Military Academywas
Robert Kenneth Linda Marie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ella- the guest of student member
I Naples High School, class of 1961 Livingston ,
}worth Keen former Pahokee
I and is presently employed as bookkeeper Brower, Alicia Sue McElhenny, James Ray dents. resi-I I Robert Boe. '

for a hardware firm in Bo- Bryant, James William McKinstry, JoAnn B. R. Mosley, program chairmanfor
I Attending the graduation from next week, will DavidC.
nita present
Springs. Bullock, Joseph Henry McKinstry, Penny Ann
I the lake area were Mrs. C. G. Atkins Executive Director of
The groom-elect a graduate of Butler, George Edward Mackey, Rebecca Josephine
) Payne Mr. .and Mrs. VV. A. Keen the Children's Home of Florida,
Pahokee High School, Class of Collier, Paula Maxson, William Littell
Ozell, Keen, Misses Merva Batista, at the Tuesday meeting.
1959 has served in. the U. S. Coast
Guard for the past two years. Dayton Delores Faye Miller, Brenda Sue Betty Johnson, Patsy Keene, all I
Ezzell Joseph Warren Redd, Hugh Ervin former I I
classmates and Mrs. Le-
J After being stationed for 14 months Mrs. Jack Spencer drove to Tallahassee I
. Fountain David Jackson Rushing, George Nolan land Keene, Mr. and Mrs. M. O.
In Puerto Rico, he was transferred last week, and was accompanied j
Gamble, James Ronald Russom, John Thomas Weeks of Chosen and John Zimmerman -
I in December to the CoastGuard home on Friday by her t +!
i! Air Base at Elizabeth City. Grimes, Rebecca Ruth Sanders, Gary Cooper, Jr. of Pahokee. daughter, Kathleen, who has just I
I N. C. where he is attending the Haggins, Milton Spooner Sheridan Marilyn Sue Effie Lou was president of the completed her sophomore year at 1

Aviation Machinist School. Harrrington, Amanda Janette Stacy, Evelyn Ann Future Homemakers of America Florida State University. 1

The wedding will be solemnizedat Hundley, John Lloyd Strayer, Gloria Wyleene during her senior year and was .
awarded the outstanding F. H. A.
the First Methodist Church in Hurt Alice Elaine Thompson, Yvonne Truett j
in \ award at the county fair in No- Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Maxwelland
Naples July.Service Jackson, Jimmy Thomas Tucker, James Charles .1
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vember and in April was awardedthe family who have been livingin
'. :t Johnson, William Maurice, Jr. Young, Katherine Davidson ::_: State Homemaker's degree one Ft. Lauderdale, will move backto

f Mariam Lucia Sanchez JL of 40 girls in the state to achieve Pahokee, next week. They planto

Pins Are .. I :F. HONOR STUDENTS Robert Kenneth Boe. Rebecca Ruth 3: this award, at the state convention. reside at 316 S. Lake Ave.

f Grimes, Amanda Janette Harrington,_ John Lloyd Hundley, :?:. ____ __ -_, h______ _
1 Given By Red Cross nAt + t Patricia Ann Keene, Bonnilu Lair, William Littell MaxA I II

.. son, Evelyn Ann Stacy, Yvonne Truett Thompson V'

Katherine Davidson Young.. V ,I
the last meeting of the Pa- :::I .
hokee Chapter of the Junior Red i. I ).I

Cross held, last Thursday, in the : : r 0 9 r a m .. ::: I

Elementary School Library, service -I .v I !

pins were presented to Ru- t i

thelle Vandegrift and Myrna Up-I !

I thegrove in the Sixth Grade and to II I :!: PROCESSIONAL ................ High School Band :::
Jimmy Wilson and Mike Elliott in I

, the Fifth Grade. These pins were :i: INVOCATION _.....: .............. Rev. Ora R. Smith :!: IJ
awarded for service rendered to
I the school and to the community.Mrs. SALUTATORY ..............._ Robert Kenneth Boe .j:.

Jess M. Elliott, mother ADDRESS ..................:J..... Dr. Luther A. Arnold 3: ,
sponsor, was presented a gift by !
members of the Junior Red Cross Associate Professor of Education, University of Florida f I II I

for meetings.Mrs.her. perfect attendance at Presentation of Class of 1962 .. Brooks Henderson j

., R. S. Douthit sponsor, was Awarding of Diplomas ..:_..._,Milton O. Carpenter 1.r .. P J: / I

in charge of the meeting.At ,, .,. ,.
Member, Palm Beach County Board of Public Instruction I
of the
a recent meeting I

Glades Council of the Junior Red I, Valedictory :............ Amanda Janette Harrington t i '..... I I
Cross, which includes the schoolsof "
Canal Point Pahokee, Belle Katherine Davidson Young I IQil
Glade and South Bay. JimmyWil- t ...,>. '1>1!")
son, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.,AVil-', BENEDICTION. ..___............. Rev. Ora R. Smith -
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son was elected vice-president anil HE :;s19 .... .. '.:..._.? High School<<; Band i.FGRSAFEW ;: ; I
Linda Nix, daughter of Mr. and oJ ,.. .'Coronation(" L ?:::1h.lP..J: V"%* "i1 .'... 2J
Mrs. W. B. Nix. was elected sec- deyerbeer 1 .

retary. .. ''';" -,(' ::2,'.;' ; ;'r- ,,r Amanda Jane tie,.Harrington Katherine w11 CONCRtEMASOffiYHome ;
Davidson Young tied for top honors t-

builder using strong, durable concrete masonry. l
Coral '
Cap.e Group : have proven the lasting qualities of concrete block.. ; !. _
Hear Sec. in to hurricane disastrous :::
To Adams even areas subjected earthquakes

CAPE CORAL-Florida Secretary first to concrete masonry, the weather-proof term t.- I l ;;

of State Tom Adams will be PAHOKEE HIGH SCHOOL BAND proof decay-proof, fire-safe building material. For f 1

the principal speaker at ceremonies Robert O. Lampi quality block .precision made on Stearns equipment.. :t:
marking the opening of the $1 see us today. ;:'.:
million Cape Coral Yacht and Rac- Director ':
OOdUl Report NttiMMl CoMraU Masoury '
quet Club here June 9. AatftCT't..... CaIo.1J1iao.: May 11,1 ;' .f J


featured speaker, sportscaster Bill Youth of America March _........_._..._.........._ Yoder t. .".
Stern also will participate in the i ,

ceremonies.The Triumph 'Of, 'Ishtar Overture ..:........:;:....Olivadoti. '. f
Yacht' and Racquet Club of LEY I

Cape Coral, near Ft. Myers, was Marche Militaire -----.....-..--.........-....--.-..-.-- Schubert-
built by Gulf American Land Corporation .. '
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developers of Cape Coral, :
and Golden Gate Estates, near Merry, Widow Selections., .,:_. -. : Lehar
Naples; Facilities include an Olym "

pic-approved: swimming pool yacht, ,. Phantom Trumpeters. ---.__: <. ._.':_. ___.:._.._ G ,. ..'
basin tennis""and. shuffleboard J
courts, fishing, pier, ; game' and Old ComradesMarch -..__..._..._.__.-.._:... __._.__ lette.1 PAHOKEE FLA. BELLE GLADE, JI"IJt'Io"-"
meeting rooms, a large auditoriumand PHONE 7185 PHONEWT ..=0

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I \ Page SIx The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, June 8, 1962

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j Mr. and ;Mrs. Oscar Dobrow and Mrs. Edith Hurst of Canal Point f
three children will leave this weekend has just had a song published. The

to spend three weeks camping:. title of the song is "Mama I want."
in the State Parks in North Caro- The sheet music will be on sale in

lina. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pahokee and Canal Point. Mrs.

I Jones of Avon Park will come to I Hurst with her husband and three-

Pahokee and keep little Diane Dob- children, lives in Canal Point.

row while the others are away. ...

t .. I. Miss Martha Jo Allen of Fort

CLASSIFIED ADS IN THESE, Myers visiting her cousins, Mr. .
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First Methodist Canal Point The Methodist Church frSrirrstfritfysmstfrrstfysx I t

Church, Pahokee Baptist Church Canal Point, Florida .

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Rev. T. C. O'Steen Rev. Charles_ D. Stewart, Pastor Robert A. Shelley, Pastor i
SUNDAY: SUNDAY: SUNDAY: Monday Cattle Sales
9:45 a. m.-Church School 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00 a. m.-church School .
1' 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11':00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. .-':Morning Worship \

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

7:00 p. .Vesper Choir prac 7:30. p. m.-Prayer, Meeting. 3:15 p. m. Youth Choir practice Florida Cattlemen. !
: Church Of God 8:00.p. .-Woman' Society1st You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here I!

7:45 p. .-Mid-week devotion Tuesday2nd at this Market. We make an effort at all times to give !
8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac Barfield Highway MONDAY: '
.I an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give us I
tice. 7:80 p. m. Esther Class meeting

.. Pahokee, Fla. WEDNESDAY: trial. It I
4d"1 t
J. W. Hughes, Minister 7:30 p. .-Prayer. Meeting +1 I I 1 1 I 1 -++-t+H- i
The Church Of God Phone 3736 I

Of Prophecy,. Pahokee SUNDAY: Canal Point First SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.
9:45 School
a. -Sunday
I Canal Point Road 11:00' a. .-Morning Worship I I Baptist ChurchElder

I. John' HvKJnard, pastor 7:30 p. m. --Evangelistic -
I iOQO a. m.-Sunday School viceTUESDAY R. B.Barfield Glades Livestock MarketASSOCIATION

11:00 a. m........Preaching Service : SIBfDAY: I
7:45 ,p. .-Evangelistic Service II 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service. lt>:00a., m.-Sunday School

8:00 p. m. Tuesday V. L. B. ( THURSDAY: 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship I On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
7:00 -B. T. C.
7:30 Youth for Christ p.
8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. p. m.
Everyone welcome. 'Special muslo Service. 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship Phone WY 6-3028 George Young, Manager
and singine. I
7:30 p..m.-Midweek Prayer WltV5J S/tt lX8JtA8Ail I I
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Of The Nazarene Meeting."Children's 4
I August'Koerber, Pastor -- NOWTRAILWAYS
601 W.: Lake Rd.. Belle Glade
Rev. Max D. Jones Pastor
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SUNDAY: Day" i iI
433 Bacom Point Rd. .
Divine Services 11 A. M.
Be Observed June 10
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882
School 9(5'A. M.
SUNDAY SERVICES: I ....................................
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. "Children's Day" will be observed -
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. St. Mary's Catholic in The Canal Point Baptist

6:30 p. m.-Juniors. Church Church, Sunday, June 10. The Sec- I GETS TOFASTER
7:00 m.. 1
p. Sunaay Evening ond. Sunday in June has been observed -

Evangelistic Service. Father Francis Fennech, Pastor as Children's Day in Chur- I If
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m. ches for the past 50 years. I : --NEW
Confessions before Mass. Pastor Charles D. Stewart says

meeting. II that during the past 40 years he f
"Where you are a stranger butonce" I '
has been Pastor of Churches, not
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Mrs. Collier Is WMU I once has he missed observing :

"Children's Day" in the the Churches -
Committee Head
Holy Nativity I Pastor.In of. which he has been the v.J; ,

Episcopal ChurchPahokee Mrs. D. H. Collier was made
the Morning Worship Period *
chairman of the nominating com- :
Sunday Morning, special music i I
mittee to select new officers for
will be presented. With Mrs.Rar, -
Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar .the Woman's Missionary Union of din as pianist, and Mrs. Burr as "
SUNDAY: the Pahokee First Baptist Churchat choral director, various age groupsof
10 a. m.-Sunday School x the meeting held Tuesday morning children will sing special songs

11 a. m.-Worship Service with the president, Mrs. H. E.. appropriate for the occasion. ThePastor's

_-_ Unwin, presiding. Others on the message will be brief and J' Ride our
committee, which will report at :
impressive. The adults will appre-
Christian Science the meeting in August, are Mrs. ciate it, too. The public will be s' 4.f thru expresses

Group Of Canal PointThe Marvin Crady, Mrs.. Leland Shirley welcomed. -_ y over our NEW
i Mrs. R. R. Henderson and .
i Mrs. Edwin Todd. !1 : East Florida
spiritual source of intelJi-!
:Mrs. Foster Lassiter and Mrs. Penny Sasser Is '
gence and creativity will be route
M. A. Andrews were elected as ,
brought out Sunday at Christian Sunbeam Beginner leaders. Mrs. Honored At ShowerMiss : .w
Science church services. I Our new route along the
Guthrie Colvard had charge of the 3-
"God the Only! Cause and Cre- : Penny Sasser bride-elect of eastern coastline cuts hours
Calendar of .
ator" will be the subject of the Prayer.A Gary Clark was honored with a I off our Miami to New York
study on Pakistan, entitled
Lesson-Sermon .which includesthis calling shower at the home of Miss trips. We travel new super-
"The Way_of Righteousness" waspresented '
passage from Isaiah (45)i\1 Dorothy JIatton, 2678 Bacom Point highways. -
by Mrs. E. B. Gamble, Rest-
..am the Lord, and-there is none\se,i Road, Wednesday evening. The refreshment .. Reclining seats.
program chairman. She was as- :' ?f,> rooms. Vit-view win-
there is no God/beside me:,I girded table was centered witha
sisted,by Mrs.'M. Sapp and :Mrs. dows. ..*. .
thee, though thou has not known., .. punch bowl of crystal surroundedby : ,
Guthrie Colvard ',' tii! < t
me. w. white hibiscus and fern. Hibiscus .
1.From uScie cS..and Health with .-J.-:,", _- .. -. : -; blossoms in 'pastel colors. -. .. rr;

i Key to the Scriptures" by Mary' -: :1 : :were used, for-d.ecorating.'throih- \-. '. ."..:., ..I,
Chris Shirl yWas ,
"J Baker Eddy this selection will be \ $; : out the area of entertainment.- .. ; ,':' I'I. ;
i j read; : "All sUbsance. intelligence: A>3irthday Party r Miss iiCarley: ; Br8ce'wen'had: ; .

'!twisdom, being, immortality, cause, -- ,,. charge of the guest,.book: I. ..' '. ..
t end effect belong .to God. These *. : Hostesses with Miss Hatton were:
Mrs. : .
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His attributes the 'Mrs. L.'W Armstrong. Mrs. KarlMindlin
.: are eternal edTuesday; afternoon, 'with'' an easiest travel on earth
manifestations of the infinite di- outdoor party at her home on BaponvPpin.tRpad Miss. Myra: Jones, Miss
vine Principle, Love. No wisdom Peggy McElhenny, Miss Paula Collier NEWYORK JACKSONVILLE $ 7.70
: ;honoring her son, $36.90 ,
[is wise "but 'His wisdom! ;; :no but _Chris,."wjlo, -'. ras, ., celebrating hid Miss Carley Bracewell, Mrs. The only Thru serviceWASHINGTON 4 Thrb- trips dally
,'is true, no' rove is'rov.eiy, rib lifers'I third. .birthday anniversary Hats Billy Sheffield and Miss Jane
Life"but> the'divine; rio'goodFis,Taut whistleswer- ? Ryals. ,:_ .... $33.20 ORLANDO $ 3.75
I the good God bestaws"'(P*'275): party n.d. $aVorsL: and refreshments: presented, in-as The only'Thru service (plus tax) 4 Thru trips dally (plus tax)

ThVGofden. Teif-.lS. from Hebrews" APPRECIATION
cluding birthday cake:decorated FOR INFORMATION PLEASE CALL
\ (2): "Every house Is build-: .with.. _cowboys and Indians, were We wish to express our sincere
..ed by'some-man; but he that built' served by the hostess_ to 17, guests. .thanks and appreciation to our Canal Point Sport ShopM.

1 jail things is God." I friends for their thoughtfulness C. CARTER,, AGENT PHONE 7787TRAILWAYS
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; -. -.: ., cards flowers' visits and their
SUSAN: GRADUATION: prayers while Martha was in the

:;First Baptist Miss Susan Johnson who"received hospital, and after she returned

:Church Pahokee her B. S., Degree in Education home. For each act of kindness were

--=- from Florida State University last truly grateful and May God
Guthrie W. Colvard Minister Saturday, returned to her homeIn bless each of you.

Sunday School 945 a. m. I Pahokee. on Sunday accompanied Ansi and Martha Holt
her mother, Mrs. Griscom .
Morning Worship -.11:00 a. a.. by
Training.Union= 6:30jv'ja.-.' >. Johnson, who had'att ed the Mrs. Wilma Alley has returned

mremn ',Worship 7:80--p.. .a..' graduation exercises in. Tallahassee from, McAndrews, Ky. after visit .. ...
Wednesday-Prayer- .-. :4Mfss Johnson'plans-to teach ing her mother Mrs. Anderson -- r;
Service -- 7:30 p. m. in Atlanta Ga. during- .the. next Hackney, who is much improved T "- -
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-.' A Wiann.welcome q *1Lt school year. after a serious illness. J)
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Face Eight The Everglades.News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, June 8, 1962

- I I Apelgren, local church activities; I Mrs. Frank Friend, flower chair- PATTERSON CIRCLE 1
: Black Top Is AskedUS.441InPahokee Mrs. Hurt Heads Mrs. J. L. Reeves, membership. man, announced that the Vena Mae The lone Patterson Circle of the

I Mrs. Frank Rozelle, publicityand Circle would place flowers in the Canal Point Baptist Church will

; : PahokeeWSCS I Ii printing; Mrs. Frank Friend, church sanctuary during June. meet for.their regular monthly
I flowers; Mrs. Howard Holman Mrs. Laurie Justice was in meeting Monday afternoon, June
i sunshine; Mrs. Milton Salvatore, charge of the pledge service, with 11, at 3 p. m. at the home of Mrs.
'. ;The State "Road' Department in Mrs. Richard F. Hurt was in-' Christmas cards; Mrs. Jack Spen- all members present singing pledge M. C. Carter in Port Mayaca. Mrs.
Fort Lauderdale ha$' announcedthat stalled, Monday night, as the new cer, chairman of the Gertrude cards and placing them on the W. T.. Hitchcock will be in chargeof
very little work win be done president of the Woman's Society Shirley Circle; Mrs. E. D. Sims, altar. Members voted to discon-I the program.ATTEND .

in. the Glades next budget year, of Christian Service of the Paho- chairman of the Miriam Circle; I tinue the meetings I'
. ,..'' 1962-1963 with the exception of kee, Methodist Church for 1962-63.I Mrs. J. L. Tyson, chairman of the and August.It GRADUATION

.7 rebuilding US27 on the south side I Installing officer was Mrs. ,Miriam Vena Mae Schroder Circle and Mrs. was announced that Mrs. Mr. and Mrs John F. Furlong of
'j ,: of the lake. Many projects were Dulany of Belle Glade, former (Frank Friend, chairman of the, John Hatton will be the delegateto Miami and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
; sought by the board of county president and charter member of Simonson-Lair Circle. the School'of Missions which Zachritz and children, Robbie.
: commissioners but they were turn- the Pahokee W CS. "Formula for Security" was the meets July 23 in Lakeland.Mrs. Mark Chris Bruce, Susan, John
ed down cold by the ruling authorities Other officers installed in the text of the devotional given by Mildred Lavender was wel- and Charles, also of Miami, will at-
, 'in the district office in Laud- impressive service were Mrs. Mrs. R. J. Schroder, which she comed as a new member, and Mrs tend the graduation at Pahokee
erdale. William Casto, vice-president; found in Psalms 37:3, 4 and 5. Hazel Post, retiring president of High Friday night of Miss Yvonne -
Following that rebuff and the Mrs. Hugo Boe, secretary; Mrs. Mrs. Ernest Maxwell, retiring the WSCS in Belle Glade, was a Thompson, daughter of Mr. and
announcement that only 3 miles of Laurie Justice, treasurer; Mrs. R. president presided over the bus- visitor. Mrs. John Dulany, install- Mrs. Joe Thompson. Mrs. Furlong \
Conners Highway from intersec- J. Schroder, parliamentarian; Mrs.J. iness session preceeding the instal- ing officer, was presented a gift is the grandmother of Miss Thompson
tion of Muck City road east will be L. Tyson, children's work; Mrs. lation. She presented each of the of appreciation by incoming pres-I I and Mrs. Zachritz is her aunt.
retreaded, the Glades commissioner Robert Hatton, Christian Social incoming officers with a corsage. ident, Mrs. R. F. Hurt. ..
Paul Rardin is trying a new Relations; Mrs. Robina Blakey, She also presented a corsage to Mrs. Robert Apelgren 'hospitality -I

I plan to get a little something done* I literature and publications. Mrs. J. W. Vann who had only chairman, served refreshments j: BIRTHSDeputy
during the years that US27 is being Mrs. Jonn Hatton missionary missed two meetings of the WSCSin during the social hour. -
rebuilt. A 'plea has been sent education and service; Mrs. J. V. six years. .. I II i Sheriff and Mrs. Hilton
to top officials in Lauderdale Thomas, promotion; Mrs. R. B. The new ,nominating committeeare Mrs. Milton Salvatore has resigned Bonard (Lorelle Thomas) of Belle
asking that the Pahokee Canal I II I I Simonson, student work; Mrs. J. G. Mrs. Ralph Johnson, chairman; as secretary of the Paho- Glade, announce the birth of a
Point road between the north city Thomas spiritual life; Mrs. R. L. Mrs. Duncan Padgett, :Mrs. W. S. kee Methodist Church and will daughter, Janet Lynn, at Good
limits bf: Pahokee and the railroad Hatton, youth work; Mrs. Jack Plumer, :Mrs. Louis Davis and Mrs. assist her father, J. E. Wilson, in Samaritan Hospital in West Palm

crossing at the Shirley plant, be Spencer, supply work; Mrs Robert I Ernest Maxwell. his office. Beach, May 31,
black topped. An answer to the request I
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has not been received. -

,The letter of request follows; I
Mr. Clarence E. Davidson
District Engineer

State Lauderdale Road DepartmentFort Florida THERE'S NO SMARTER BUY IN I TOWN THAN AFORD

Dear Mr. Davidson:
The Board of County Commis-
sioners has received a series of
complaints as to ,the need for
smoothing' up' State Road, 15 from DEALER
the north city limits of Pahokea
4 southward to the U. S. Sugar

Corporation railroad spur.
An examination of this section LOCKSIIAQPCWTtlEGO .
does indicate that it has become!!
uneven and at places is in serious
need of patching or leveling-up. i \\

The Board requested me to ask "r \ ..
the State Road Department to look
into this matter and take the cor-
rective action the situation war
rants.: ,
Sincerely yours, .
.. Stephen R. Middleton
County Engineer. ,
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6,033 Persons Get i



Thomas E. Penick, Chairman of
District 10 Welfare Board of the PUT YOUR TRIP ON THE ROAD. IT'SA

State Department of Public Welfare -I I
I reported that in, Palm Beach % -in1C :.t!
County.6033 persons.were'assisted. I c .,.i', .,'I S
in the four categories of publifc assistance I I \ !
for the month of May, I I _ ie ,

1962.A COUNTRY SOW-Whitehall tires and wheel covers optional at extra cost
total of 1909 persons receivedOld IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
Age assistance in the amountof .

Aid 85772.to the.Blind 103, totaling persons$6,132.00 received FORD WAGONS! SAVE BIG ON A BIG WAGON! ON\ANY FORD IN OUR STOCKK

927 families, representing 2,980
children, received Aid to Dependent
Children in the amount of LOW

$58,406. 338 persons received Aid
to the Disabled in the amount of IcEXTRAHIGH
T. 1. .
$18,626. 'i.t' .
In addition 433 children received -; ..;? : TRADE=INALLOWANCES
service during the month-214" '. .
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of whom were in foster homes.. \ AND YOU
The total state and local cost for
'U IAUHJUC SM SPMTS court-waEudee nit t .
these 'child welfare services was .. :

There were 9 adoption petitions ., S I .
,d : *
studied for the Circuit Court. These LIVELY NEW FAIRLANE

are, children placed in homes independent ; .
of service through a !' .
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licensed child placing; agency, and : .ilnt. j PAY A CENT FOR 6 ..
the Welfare Board is responsible .
according to law to make these re- -;> .

ports>'.to the cour$., ieWE'LL
Palm Beach Co nty' is also' represented : ; '
on the District Ten Welfare -

M./.Cassen Board, Mrs.by the Helen Reverend R. Tedder Paul, .. UP TO $300 IN CASH
SPlITS nTIII-W'Lcid sals M)prsNl wrb f
Helen D. Woodward, West
Mrs. "
Palm Beach and Mrs. M. H. Bleech_, SPORTY NEW FALCON! SAVE EVEN ON THIS

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kautz at-

Ronnie tended Coconut,the at Ransom Grove graduation, last School Friday.of their for Boysin Ron-son.! 1-1SAVE: EXTRA 1 NOW ON THE FORD OF YOUR CHOICE AT F.D.A.F..J .

nie plans to. enter Georgia Insti-
tute of Technology .in September.

R. J. Simonson who has been a ,
patient at Everglades Memorial Pahokee Motor CompanyPhone

Hospital for several'weeks, was
taken by ambulance on Mondayto
924-7126 Pahokee Florida ,
Good Samaritan Hospital in -
West Palm Beach. .


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