The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
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Belle Glade news
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Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
June 22, 1962
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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
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Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
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Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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I: Improve Drainage Month O'Steens In Leave ChicagoRev. : For 24,033 Cars, Trucks Heard Hospital By Talk Lions Is Not ''This Year, But

: For City Pahokee Vegetables This Maybe Next Year
j and Mrs. Thomas C. O'Steen Edward A. Jensen was guest

left Tuesday to spend the monthof speaker at the luncheon meetingof
I Is District Plan July at 6109 Northcutt Ave. in Season In Glades the Pahokee Lions Club on Tues- SRD Tells B. GladeA

' Chicago, Ill. Rev. O'Steen is ex- day. Introduced by William S.

changing pulpits with Rev W. T. Benton, he spoke on the proposed
4 Drainage which is always a Roberts, pastor bf the Norwood Facts and figures put out by the consolidation of the Northwesternand 2.5 mile stretch of SR 15 in

problem for the city of Pahokee Park Methodist Church at that ad- U. S. Department of Agriculture, Southwestern Palm Beach the Glades will not be four-laned

I during the summer rainy season, is dress. While in Chicago, Rev. which represents the Glades Market County Public Hospital Districts.Mr. this year but the project may be

now in the process of being improved O'Steen will attend summer school News Service, dating from included in the Palm Beach Coun-
Jensen is the postmaster at
j by a complete revamping of 'at Garrett Bibical Institute and he October 27, 1961 to June 5, 1962 Pahokee and former member of the ty's 1963.64 road budget, a State

drainage facilities in East Beach and Mrs. O'Steen will spend some inclusive, on vegetables. Also the Road Department official said
Northwestern District's hospital '
Water Control District which time with their son-in-law and actual figures on the Cattle Market Monday.
board. He enumerated the advant-
1 drains all of Pahokee. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sales as reported by the Glades John Alonahan, SRD representative -
ages of such a consolidation to
John D. Rogers, secretary for King and four children who live in Livestock Market for the same told 18 Palm Beach County
residents of the area in improved
the district, said a contract has the vicinity.Rev. dates. 15,877 head that grossed representatives at a Fort Lauder-
hospital facilities.
been let to Murphy Construction and Mrs. Roberts and children $624,056.86.The dale meeting Monday that he
Installation of officers for the
Co., West Palm Beach, for the construction will arrive in Pahokee, June Glades has moved in car-lot would "make an effort" to include
coming will be held at the
of a new $140,000 pumps 29, and will stay at the parsonage.He equivalents 24,033 cars of vege- year the project in the next county
"Ladies Night" dinner meeting
s ing plant with the installation of will preach his first sermon at tables which is 1219 more than budget.
i next Tuesday, June 26, at 7:30 p.
three pumping units which will the Pahokee First Methodist Chur- last year of the same date. Broken Members of the County Commis-
in the Canal Point
m. Community
; give a total pumping capacity of ch on July 1. down in varieties they are: sion, Belle Glade City 'Commis-

i 150,000 gallons of water per min- On June 24, Judge J. L. Tyson 8,225 Celery Building. ''sion and representatives of the

ute for the new plant. will bring the morning message, 8,019 Sweet Corn Brooks Henderson, president, Chamber of Commerce, Rotary,

The over all plan calls for the and that evening Jack Spencer will 1,382 Radishes presided during the business ses- Lions and Civitan Clubs at Belle

deepening of an outlet canal at be in charge of the service. 1,431 Beans sion. Glade attended the meeting, Coun-
-e. -e.
the site of the old plant, buildingof 1,448 Cabbage ty Commissioner Paul Rardin said.

I a bridge on an access road and Summer ProgramOff 2,072 Endive and Escarole August 21 Is Date Rardin arranged the meeting

the removal of the old plant when 482 Lettuce varieties after learning the SRD would not

the new is completed and put into 413 Potatoes consider the project in this year's

operation," Rogers said. "The over To Good: StartThe 170 ParsleyThe For Hospital VoteA budget. It had been included in

all contract totals $188,606. Later balance of the movementswas the county's number'one priority

other contracts will be let for the miscellaneous varieties. The list in the road requests to theRD.

improvement of the entire drain- Summer Enrichment. Program final figures are not available since joint hospital proposed for the $ .

age canal system." ", -f sponsored. by the .PalmBeach there are stiftkeveraTmole'days'ofshipping. .Belle Glade-Pahokee-area and. estimated :.The proposed 'four-laninp would
County Board of Public Instruction to cost two million dollars
The project is being financed bya be'on SR 15 from the Belle Glade
and the State Depart- could bring accredited facilities to
$300,000 bond issue, which wasvoted .e bridge to Hooker's Highway, a
ment of Education, off to a Western Palm Beach
got County for
by Pahokee voters last year., distance of about 2.5 miles, Rardin
The new plant will double the good start, this week, with larger Special Sermons the first time in the history of they
than enrollments. two communities the said.Rardin
anticipated ,
capacity of the old plant, but the said the SRD would not
Coach Web Pell reports 250 have of the Northwestern and
new and improved facilities will For Five SundaysFive include the project in this year'sbudget
to benefit registered for the recreation pro- Southwestern Palm Beach Hos-
not be completed in time because western Palm
in Pahokee. Robert Woofterhas pital Districts said today. Should
the drainage situation this. year. gram Beach County is getting a large
23 in the personal typing class the joint hospital be approved, facilities -
is mov- the
The construction company special sermons on slice of the county's primary
and Mrs. Evelyn Lair had a full for services to be rendered
8)) To The
Paul's First
(Continued on Page Apostle Epistle (Continued on page 8))
.e. class of 30 in remedial readingeven Thessalonians will begin in the would include diagnostic and treat- .e _

before registration day. Canal Point Baptist Church Sun- ment, nursing, nursery, surgical,

Wayne Boynton Is Bandmaster R. O. Lampi Has 19 day morning, June 24, and will be obstetrics, emergency, outpatient, Warren Repper Is

registered for the beginner's class continued at the morning worship contagious disease unit, pediatric,

WinnerWayne in the Summer Band School, and hour Sunday, July 22. rehabilitation and other.
Ag Race through
OK For FFA DegreeWarren
32 have registered for the regular The Pastor, Charles D. Stewart, At present, there are two exist-

band. Mr. Lampi states there are states that it would be. well for ing facilities in the area totaling

Boynton, son of Mr. and still some school instruments avail- each Church Member and each 91 beds. Neither is accredited. At

Mrs. J. T. Boynton of Pahokee and able for late registrants.W. Church to study this Epistle as a Belle Glade Memorial Hospital, for the Repper American was Farmer recommended De--
W.'White and Mrs. Charlotte of increased
rod of Christian percentage occupancy
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Grady measuring the highest degree awardedin
Walston, directors of the Canal ards.,The Epistle has five chapters, from 56 percent in 1960 to 67 per-
of Canal Point, was elect- FFA, at the State Convention of
Boynton have
Point Enrichment Program, which constitute five natural divis- cent in 1961. This year it has been

ed Commissioner of Agriculture of an overflow crowd of 60 registered, ions, which may be listed as follows reported that up to 75 patientshave Florida Future Farmers of Amer-

Florida Boys' State, sponsored by I with 40 of these young people par- : been treated in one week in ica in Daytona Beach, last week.

; the American Legion, at Tallahassee -.1 ticipatin'g in the swimming classes. 1. The Model Church, Chapter 1. the 45 bed facility, an overload of Bill Johnson and Lorenzo Echola
received State .,Farmers Degrees,
last week. His election, and 2. The Ideal ServantIn 167 percent. This situation has oc-

those of the Boys' State officers, BACK TO CAROLINA The Church ..-.-...... Chapter 2. cured despite the fact that many and a superior rating award was

climaxed a,. week-long study of Jack Phillips and 'daughter, Bet- 3. The Ideal "Brother" In patients with financial ability have given the Pahokee FFA Chapter.
\v. N. Veal was awarded an honorary -
state government at Florida State ty Jo, and son, "Butch", flew backto The Church mo.......... Chapter 3. gone to larger hospitals in West
University. The 533 delegates at- ,Fairfax, S* C. on Monday, after 4. The Ideal Life of Palm Beach. State Farmer's Degree and
Mrs. Veal was given a certificate
tending made up the biggest Boys' attending the Clark-Sasser wedding Church Members ..... Chapter 4. The average rate of growth for" '
of merit.
State group in the history of the and reception on Sunday. 5. The Ideal Attitudes the Pahokee-Belle Glade area has

organization in Florida. Mrs. Jack Phillips and sons, Robert Church Members been estimated at about 5 percentper Those attending the convention,
were Bill Johnson, Mead Maxwell,
Wayne, and the other officers John and Jim will remain until Should Have ...._ _.. Chapter 5*. year prior to '1960. A higher
Lorenzo Echols James and Willie
were introduced to Gov. Farris the end of the week to visit her The Church at Thessalonica is increase is expected over the next.
Veal, Warren Rapper, Noma Nor-
L. W. Armstrong -
Bryant after being sworn in by parents. Dr. and the Only Church listed in the New five years.
man, chapter advisor; J. W. Rep-
Chief Justice B. K. Roberts of the and other relatives and Testament as "A Model Church". Existing hospital needs indicate
per, chairman of the advisory
State Supreme Court. friends. The Pastor plans to deliver a detailed that present facilities in both Belle
.e r council; Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Veal,
After attending the final legi- exposition of the Word of Glade and Pahokee are inadequate.The .
Mss Ruth Colvard and Rev. and
slature session on Friday, Wayneleft BACK FROM BAHA3IA God as found in these five Chap- proposed joint hospital would .
Mrs Guthrie Colvard.
for Ochlochnee, Ga. where he .Pat Murphy, son of Mr. and Mrs. ters in the Bible. He will devote the initially contain 100 beds with core .. .e.Mayor's .

is visiting his uncle and aunt, Mr. Ellis Murphy of Pahokee and Mr. Morning Worship Hour using one facilities for 175 bed capacity. It

and Mrs. Max Beverly and family.TO and Mrs. Carl Cone and'son., Carl Chapter of the Epistle on each of would replace the two hospitals Grandson

T., of Belle Glade, will return .Saturday the next five Sundays, in this ex- now in operation, each having it's Receives Eye InjuryMayor
BLACK MOUNTAIN from a 10-day boatacadetour and administrative
position of the Scriptures. The own complete operating -

Kathy Boynton daughter of Mr. of the Bahama Islands. public is invited to all the'services. staffs. A straw vote and M"Duncan; : Padgett

'and Mrs. J. T. Boynton; Debbie .e. -e. to be held August 21, will give have received word that their little

Poteete daughter of Dr. and Mrs. ATTEND JUNIOR COLLEGE NEW CHURCH SECRETARYMrs. freeholders in the two districts an grandson, Donald Duncan Padgett,

F. H. Poteete and Willola Tyson, Miss Katherine Young of Canal Laurie Justice has been opportunity to voice their approvalor who was hit in the eye by a base-

daughter of Judge and Mrs. J. L. Point; Roger Hatton Robert Boe, employed as secretary at the Pa- disapproval of the joint hospital ball during a Little League game

Tyson, went by train Tuesday Miss Yvonne Thompson and Miss hokee First Methodist Church as- proposal. is recovering satisfactorily. Little

with a group from South Florida Judy Platt of Pahokee enrolled at suming her duties on Monday. She ... Duncan is the son of Rev. and Mrs.

going to Black Mountain N. C. Palm Beach Junior College, Hhia is experienced in this line of work Mrs. Jess M. Elliott is visiting Donald Paxfgett of Chattahooche.

-rhey'Will enroll at Merri-Mac for' week, to attend the summer ses- having served previously.during Mrs. George King in Jacksonville, and had to remain in bed with

four weeks of. camp life. sion. summer vacation periods. this week. .' bandaged eyes for a week.



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Canal Point, Florida,'as Second Class Matter

Paul Rardin -: Owner, Editor, Publisher f ;0

, Grain Allotments I[Office located at 531 North Military EVERGLADES FEDERALSavings t

Trail, West Palm Beach or atthe

f To Be Set, Congress Palm Beach County Glades Of- And ,Loan Association (

fice Building located in Belle 'tl
Legislation now pending in.Con- Glade by June 22, 1962.
I gress provides for establishing allotments '- .. 40 S. W. AVENUE "B" BELLE GLADE PHONE WY6.2067Rogers

for feed grain and wheat: Dr. Ames, SpeaksTo : : : :-*:-HiH I H--H I H : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : *-H-W: H W-H--H: 1 : H-K-H-I 1 : I : : : : : : : : : .
for all farms.In .
Pahokee RotesDr. -----
order for the local Agricultural I
Stabilization and Coserva- I Predicts I .
tion Service County Office to proceed Richard K. Ames local den- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Hignitehad Amnog those from Pahokee attending -
tist, was guest speaker at the .
with the work pending final as their house guest their son the Elks' dinner in West
luncheon meeting of the Pahokee Bill
action by Congress, it will be neces- Rotary Club last Thursday. Intro- Quick Sugar Kenneth who spent his 7-day leave I Pahn Beach last week where

I sary to have' the following information duced by R. O. Lampi. president here and reported for duty at the Governor Farris Bryant was the

on each farm in Palm I I he spoke on "Financing a Higher Action Congress 'naval base in Jacksonville on featured speaker, were :Mr. and

Beach County: (1)) acreage of feed Education," specifically how a Thursday. They also have as Mrs. Leon Spooner Mr. and Mrs.L. .

'grains grown in 1959 and 1960 (2) high school graduate can earn guests their daughter Mrs. Pat J. Fraser Mrs. W. D. Davenport,
cosponsor -
I Congressman Rogers
acreage of wheat grown for any enough to obtain a college degree. increaseFlorida's Eckes and three children of Madison Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Weathers and
of legislation to
purpose in the years 1957-1961, (3) Guests were N. T. Taylor Bob Wis. Mrs. Eckes will remain Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Vann.
sugar quota today predicted .
and where one or more of these Lee Roscoe Braddock Walter quick passage of this legislation } here a month and then join her -

1 crops were grown data for other Hooker and A. E. Kirchman all of by the House of Represent- husband in France where he is stationed Mr. and Mrs. Perry Hall and

crops. Belle Glade; John Stewart of Lake atives.In with the Air Force. children are on their way to Bar-
If one or more of the crops were Worth and Lynn Fisher. .. stow, Calif. where they will spend
commenting on new sugar
produced on a farm during: the Miss Alice Elaine Hurt was pian- CLASSIFIED ADS PAY two weeks vacation.
bill, Congressman Rogers :
years stated it will be necessary ist and the singing was led by House
"The :recent actions of the
'" for the farm operator or owner to Roscoe Braddock visiting Rotar-
''I Agriculture Committee and the
report the same to the A.S.CJ5. ian.
immediate consideration of this
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atives suggests that' enactment of
Cattle Sales
new sugar legislation will occur Monday
The present Sugar Act, which
was originally enacted in 1948, is Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market

due to expire on June 30th of this which is owned and operated by more than 120

year. As a protection to the sugar Florida Cattlemen.

industry of America it apportions

r shares of the United States sugar You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here

market to the two domestic seg- at this Market. We make an effort at all times to give
ments of the sugar industry, main-
,', : ly sugar beets and sugar cane and an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give us

; provides some quota for overseas trial.

suppliers.The .
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new sugar legislation expands -

the portion of the U. S. sugar
;1 market presently allocated to do- SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m. _

I mestic producers. The quota for

the mainland cane sugar area,
: Jj1' ci which includes Florida, would be Glades Livestock MarketASSOCIATION I-

increased by 35 percent to 895,000 I

tons. In addition to this increase,

an additional portion of the sugar I
On Pahokee-Belle'Glade Rdad
.r market is allotted to domestic

growers by providing 63 percent of Phone WY 6-3028 George' Young, Manager _

the yearly growth in U. S. con- '- -- -. .

; sumption to1 U. S. producers.-
S The new legislation would also .N J//L, .t, ,. ,-.

w take some of the quota originally - -.._-A,... ,.". .... 5- 5wj I

allocated to pre-Castro Cuba and + D k r.n Hf*> ->f t
reallocateit to ,U.S. producers and
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.; CONCRETE :MASONRY I I friendly nations. No ,sugar: will be
purchased from Communist Cuba.
In further
t comment on the- sugar

Because you'll,want'iHe-besV. the most beautiful) i legislation Rogers said "I am ; It
hopeful that the United'States will Eqnipme,
I the longest, lasting: construction materials in, your new airy
never again become as dependenton
l home you'll no/iird /k house concrete masonry 'con
i struction. It provides home that is fire-safe economical one foreign source for its sugar
supply as it was on Cuba. This legi-
: toakeep'up; will outcast almost:any, other material, -and slation gives this assurance. OperatorBULLDOZER
:. remain new-looking too' 'Build_.your home today! For
"I am confident ,that the Congress -
quality block precision made on Stearns equipment -:- GRADER -:- CLAMSHELL
will enact this increase so
see us today. ; mnit'sugar POWER SHOVEL -:- AND OTHERS
that iOO
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industry will'takfe its rightful : COMPLETE: TRAINING PROGRAM INCLUDING
place in' the economy
of our State. This will mean new ,
__ For Complete, Immediate Information
;Jo' .1 n jobs and opportunities for Florid- ,

t.ians." Fill Out Coupon And Mail Today! ,
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the Deauville Hotel in Miami .
high paying 'jobsavailable '.:.
Beach June 1411Vere Mrs. H. C. in the, Name __------ Age ".

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Mrs Gene McDowell,' Mrs., AlHe-. 'mentIndustry: '.- ;". ., ; -. .:'
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r PageFour s The Everglades News,Canal Point, Florida Friday; June 22, 1562
Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Mock, :Mr. TO NORTH CAROLINAMr. i WWUIWuWW
and Mrs. Lewis Friend, Mr. and ,

t. .l PERSONAL: NEWS NOTES I If Mrs. Hugh Branch and Mr. and and Mrs. Julian Branch and II

Mrs. Billy Rogers of South Bay sons. Franklin and Donald, left .
vacationed, last weekend, in West
Wednesday for Hendersonville, N.I
-- End, Grand Bahama.Mr. .
'' :Mrs. Wayne Elliott and small Deputy Sheriff and Mrs. Bert C. where Mr. Branch will be engaged I

E, daughter of Delray Beach were the 1 Collett and children are vacationing and Mrs. George Ramey in farming pursuits, this Of (QJIRUTV
weekend guests of Mf. and Mrs. with relatives in Lake Worth, spent Father's Day at Rockledgewith summer. On July 15, Franklin and _
' !Lee Wroten. 1 1S this week. Deputy Collett is attached their son-in-law and daughter Donald will enroll at Camp Ridge-
. ; to the Sheriff's Department Mr. and Mrs. Hugh G. Miller crest for Boys at Ridgecrest, N. C.,
Douglas Potter has gone; tot I.Sub-station in the Glades Office m and small son. for five weeks.

Houston, Texas, to spend the sum- .
Building.Mr. Ray Cagni of Miami, formerly of

r' sister-: and Mrs. Calvin Padgett and Pahokee, was the weekend guestof I ifr tlfrjvwtgyaflffisviryi

:I ter. ,son, Jimmy, of Waldo, visited his Louie and Jerry Gold. '

: I parents, Mayor and Mrs. Duncan Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Beverly have WANTED I
Miss Lois Carson who had been Mr. and
Padgett, and her parents, gone to Mountain City, Tenn. to
the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. A. H. Scruggs in Canal Point, spend the summer.

,.H. C. Graham, returned to.her. last weekend. FOR PRE-HARVEST WORK
'.' home in Miami on Wednesday. Miss Cathy Wilson who attends ;.. .
Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Phillipsand Jones Business School in Orlando DT
| Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Vann and I son, Ricky,.of,Miami, spent the and Miss Barbara Ann Gay, also
i their niece, ,Miss Caroline Sellers, weekend with his mother, Mrs. A. of Orlando, were.guests last week- '

I' left Tuesday on a 10-day sightseeing C. Phillips. end of Miss Wilson's parents, :Mr. SUGAR CANE AND OR
tour to Washington, D. C. and and Mrs. ,J. H. Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Branch of
I f ; Pompano Beach were guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hodges, Jr., I
Mrs. J.. L. Reeves returned Sun- and Mrs. Julian Branch and sons, and Mrs. Freeman Hodges, Sr., of

day from a two week vacation .last Sunday, and attended the Clewiston, and Mrs. Ralph Krugerof WAGES STEADY WORK
spent in Cfeorgia.: She was accom- .Clark-Sasser wedding. Orlando attended the Clark- ,

panied,, home by her daughter-in I I David Simonson left the first of Sasser nuptials on Sunday, and INQUIRE NOW!
law, Mrs. :Albert Graves and two schoolat visited Mrs. A. a Phillips, the
the week to attend summer
,- children of,Augusta, Ga.,,who are Florida Southern College in mother of Mrs. F. W. Hodges Jr. ..
her house guests.
Lakeland.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Maxwell left

Mr. and'Mrs. Berry Jernigan of and Mrs. Arthur Summer- Tuesday and are spending a two Florida State Employment Service
Palatka, }.i'rs. 'Bessie Coward of week vacation at Safety Harbor.
scale and daughter of Arlington,' a .
Christmas and Mrs. Emma Sweat 'I
'of Palatka returned home on Va. attended, the Clark-Sasser NO LONGER CLERK 41 Southeast Avenue D -

nesday after being the house \ on Sunday afternoon and Albert Snyder is no longer city

of Miss. Lula Barfield for :were weekend guests of her broth- clerk in the City of South Bay. Mr. Belle Glade, Florida

days and the dinner guests of Mrs. er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.R. Snyder owns and operates a motelin I II

Adaline Stuckey on Tuesday.Mr. H. Watson. South Bay. yy&j %iy&$ I

and Mrs., Herb Conner left .. -
the first of the week for Sacra-
mento, Calif., where they will .e "

spend a couple? of weeks on vaca-

tion. ,.'

Miss Alice Elaine Hurt will have
:Monday for the University of Mi-
ami where she will take'a year's '

course as a medical secretary. TIREGUARANTEE -
Marvin Levins, Marvin Cowart S ,
and Hugo Boe are at Camp Bland-

ing, this week, on business for the
City of Pahokee.
Mrs. Howard Holman and child-

ren have gone, to Belmont, N. C. to ,, :-;.;. '. : I
.u... ,u1 .j ,
spend the summer with' her parents .. \ '*'
Mr.: and Mrs. R. F. Fished. !Ao ;/ -

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David Fountain and James Mc- '

Elhenny are visiting relatives in .
Pitts, Quitman and other points

in Georgia.Mrs. .

Curtis Russom will leave .
next week for Hendersonville, N. C. '
to join her husband who is engaged :

in crop harvesting there. .. .. ., ,..: )'i1irJi'"

Gordon Chase, son of Mr. and > ; '
Mrs. Curtis Chase, returned to the ": .U.

University of Florida, last Satur-; ., .
day, to resume his studies in metallurgical =
L' ,.
engineering.Mrs. I
.J ylp I.: 'Y' t

T. G. Hignite left Thursdayto
visit her son and daughterinlaw ?' S r
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Higniteand \
family in Tampa.

Dr. H. Sasser Watson of Delray
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: FWday The Everglades,News, Canal Point; Florida Pap !1R
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CommunicationJune Miss Penny Sasser carried similar nosegays.
: USDA Club Meeting Sandra Mindlin, flower girl, State Chamber
Weds Gary M. Clark
scattered pink rose petals from a

Ik Last Of SeasonThe Canal Point Lions Club 14, 1962 roseshaped basket of pink satin Clewiston Meet .
\ In a double ring ceremony, Miss and tulle. James Paul Sasser,
Canal Point, Florida
Gentlemen: : Penelope (Penny) Sasser, daughter brother of the bride, was ring

last meeting of the Everglades Please accept the enclosed check of Mr. ,and Mrs. Paul Sasser of bearer. CLEWISTON The Clewiston
Steve Johnson, cousin of the Chamber of Commerce and the U.
J USDA Club,for the season in the amount of $25.00, as the' Pahokee, became the bride of Gary I I
bridegroom, served as best man. S. Sugar Corporation were hosts
was held Friday, June 15, at the contribution of Farrel-Birmingham :Mitchell Clark, son of J. W. Clarkof
Ushers were Jack Verhulst, uncle approximately 150 persons attending -
Community Building in Canal Company, Inc., prime contractorfor Clewiston and the late Mrs.
the Bryant Sugar House -I of the bride, Thor Haiton and Tom-I I a two-day South Central
Point with Vice President Carl project Clark, at the First Methodist Church Moore Area Conference of the Florida
( toward your collection for the my ,
in Pahokee on Sunday, June 17. ,
There 28 State Chamber of Commerce.
Grassl were
presiding. Canal Point Street Light Fund.It I Mrs. Sasser, mother of the bride,
at 4 p. m. Rev. Ralph Todd of Pa- II I The conference, June 7 and 8,
chose blue sheath with matching
present, including guests. is our feeling that the Canal i a
I latka, former pastor of the Pa- studied the economic future of the
Don Fisher, proram chairman, Point Community, its people and accessories and her corsage was a
hokee Church read the
vows Everglades area and the booming
introduced Jack Carter of the its services have contributed to our white orchid. The mother of the
fore an altar decorated with sugar cane industry which has
Penisular Life Insurance Company, ability to accomplish our task. groom wore a beige eylet embroid-
baskets of white mums and been expanding at
gladioli a rapid pace
and Auxiliary Patrolman, who pre- Further, while we live in your ered sheath with matching acces
against a background of palms since the rise of Castro in Cuba.
sented State Patrolman Cpl. Glen midst, we feel that we are a partof sories. A white orchid completedher
and a tall screen of artistically interlaced I Topics discussed at the confer
Blocker and Sgt. James Chancy. the community and, thanks to costume.
ence varied from education to -
Cpl. Blocker is in charge of the your kindness, we have been madeto greenery."I The reception following the cere- agriculture
Love You" and "Because," transportation, finances,
Pahokee Station which covers the feel so. Accordingly, it is our mony was at the home of thebride's
contribute in were sung by Jack Phillips, uncle I Elm Ave- I water control and community de
Glades area. Sgt. Chancy is head pleasure to some parents at 160
velopment. at the bus-
of the bride, accompanied at the
of the Drivers License Examinersfor small measure to this importantcivic nue. Assisting the hosts were Mrs.
by Mrs. Ralph Todd. Miss iness sessions was Col. Ed R. Bent-
Palm Beach County. They presented endeavor. organ Morgan Tyson, Mrs. Jack Phillips,
ley, vice president at large of the
Jones, the
Myra organist, played
a most interesting and informative Very truly yours, Mrs. L. W. Armstrong and the state chamber from Lakeland.
traditional marches.
program on safety and FarrelBirminghamCo. wedding Misses Peggy McElhenny, BettyJo Harold Colee
executive vice
Given in her father pres-
marriage ,
driving laws of the State of Flor- ., Inc. Phillips, Myra Jones, Olga Sheffield ident of the State Chamber of
ida. Each member and guest took a R. J. Smith; Jr., the bride wore a floor length gownof Terry Moore, Sandy Ivy and Commerce, was also in attendance.
Resident Manager imported Chantilly lace, fash-
driver's test : Jane Ryals.
regular operators Keynote speaker of the opening
RJS ioned with waist, low
(some actually passed it),. which jr laws neckline and basque sleeves.scoop The bride is a graduate of Paho- day of the two-day meeting was

was followed by a most enlightening three-quarter kee High School and the bride- Dr. Jay F. W. Pearson,. president
question and answer period. Straw Ballot On The full skirt, appliqued with'roses, groom of Clewiston High School. of the University of Miami.
in train. The bal
ended a chapel
Some interesting points broughtout Both attended Palm Beach Junior Business sessions the following

were: (1) Headlights (dim- I lerina-length veil of imported silk I College. 'day featured Willard M. Fifield,

mers). should be turned on during New Hospital PlanThe illusion was attached to a queen's j I Following the honeymoon at Provost for Agriculture Univ. of

heavy, rain, smoke, fog, and morn- crown of exquisite scalloped' Silver Springs and Daytona Beach, Florida; Dr. Tony Cunha, Animal

ing and evening. twilight hours. I Chantilly lace and pearls. She carried they will be at their home, 1789!& Science Dept., Univ. of Florida;

Parking lights are to be used only I Joint Board of the South-, a white prayer book tpppedj I Bacom Point Rd., Pahokee. and Robert L. Taylor, chief hydro-

when parking. (2) A car length for ''I western and Northwestern Palm I with a spray of three white cym- Among those attending from out logist of the Central and Southern

every 10 mph should be allowed I Beach County Hospital Districts, I bidium orchids tied with streamersof I of town were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Florida Flood Control District,

between your car and the one you I.' last Wednesday night, moved to pearls. Bass, Wayne and Charles Bass, West Palm Beach.

are following. Following too conduct a straw ballot election Miss Faith Sasser, sister of the Mrs. Lynda Davis, :Mr. and Mrs. Luncheon speaker was James

ly contributes to more close-I within it's respective areas for the bride was maid of honor. She worea Johnny Tucker and son, all oi Russell, business and financial editor -

Florida than any other violation. purpose of deciding whether or not gown of pure silk organza in romance Wauchula; Mr. and Mrs. G. M. of The Miami Herald. H. T.

((3) If there is a wreck and a I to build a joint hospital for the blue, with handkerchief Phillips, Naples; Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn, president of U. S. Sugar

person is injured, your first dutyis Glade-Pahokee, area. point over the bouffant skirt and I Jack A. Phillips, Miss Betty Jo Corp., spoke on sugar developmentand

to assist the injured person. (4) I The straw vote will be held Au- the fitted bodice featuring a silk Phillips, Miss Donna Tuten, Lon- increased quotas.
Know your traffic signs. Their gust 21, the results determiningthe f illusion yoke. She carried a nose- nie, Robert, John and Jim Phillips, Afternoon sessions on Friday

shape tells you what they. mean. future of the proposed joint gay of pink sweetheart roses intertwined -' all of Fairfax, S. C.; Mr. and Mrs. featured Don T. Martin, assistantvice

f Octagon shape means stop; tri- hospital which would be fully ac- with pink pearl drops. Arthur Summerscale, and Miss president of Atlantic Coast

angle means yield right of way; credited and contain 100 beds Ini-. Mrs. Eugene Ulmer, Jr., matron I Janet Summerscale, Arlington, Line Railroad; R. "Bob" Smith,

h diamond means reduce speed; tially with core facilities for 75 i of honor, and the Misses Nan Nell I Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Sebe Taylor, Tampa accountant; and Luther

round means railroad warning; additional beds. Only freeholders of Clark and Paula Collier, brides- Selma, Ala.; Mrs. Russell Miller Jones'; publisher of the Belle Glade
is informative the two tax districts will be'eligible Herald.
square speed
to the
maids identical
wore gowns and Leah Sands, Belle Glade; Mr.
to vote in both the straw election Most of Thursday was devotedto
etc.Mr. one worn by the maid of honor and and Mrs. Ray Ulmer, Jr., Clear-
Whittemore reported that and the official election.In a tour of the area which featured -
water: Marce and Bill Gunter, Hol-
Jack Little was back in the hos- question are preliminary a visit to Sugarland Ranchof
lywood; Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ball,
pital. He underwent surgery on plans to construct a $2,000,000thos- r the U. S. Sugar Corp., inspection -
Tampa Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Starl-
June 12 and was reported to be pital centrally located between the ; of vegetable packing houses, -
progressing satisfactorily. cities 'of, Belle"Glade,and Pahokee, HELP.HIM ing Lake Worth; Ralph Hudgins, the U.'S.Sugar Corp. Sugar House

Those in attendance were: Mrs.E. .I to be financed by ,Hill-Burton Apopka; Dr. H. Sasser Watson, and ;a visit to the Bryant Sugar

H. Todd, Tom Preston, Dan funds provided by the Federal Gov- find the. 'answers Delray Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Larry House now under construction by

Hayes, Griffin Bell, Franklin ernment and funds provided by the Branch, Pompano Beach; Mrs. U. S,, Sugar Corp.

'Jones, Tom Forsee HI, Fred For-\ taxpayers of the two existing hos- in time to. Ralph Kruger, Orlando- ; Mr. and .. .

see, Dick Poston, Pat Fishier, pital districts. Hill-Burton funds Mrs. F. W. Hodges, Jr., Mrs. Free I

Pat Glover, Linda Strickland, Jim would provide 45 percent of the!I HELP YOU man Hodges, Sr., Mrs. Edgar John- VISIT IN VIRGINIAMr.

Gifford, Hi Whittemore, Dr. W. T. monies needed. At present two son, Janet Johnson, Tom Moore, and Mrs. Frank O'Connellare

Forsee, Dr. E. H. Todd, Dr. F. D. non-accredited and overcrowded I -fK % jK. 8 Michael Durrance, Sandy Swayne, visiting their son-in-law and

Wilson D. W. Fishier, C. Grassl. hospital facilities serve the Paho l &* ? Linda Walker, Bonnie Faye Dur- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Rust

Carolyn Glover, Irene Doub, Dorothy kee and Belle Glade areas respect-. I rance, Mark Clark and Janice and five children in McLean, Va.

O'Neal, Tom Turner B. Belcher |ively. I Johnson all of Clewiston. for two weeks.
Virgil Brecker and D. Waddell.- If the straw ballot election to .. .. ....,."..w", .. ."#o*"*' ,R@...,*.. 1 l

be conducted produced a vote in t : -- ----

favor of consolidating the two ex- ......., ..'.. +, ..& .'
4-H Girls Attending isting hospital districts and the ;,{..lWt... ,.. {, l .l'':';: yw -. It 100 YEARS
: '
I < happened
building of a joint hospital to serve 'jr. # agoThe

Camp Cloverleaf the combined areas, a referendumwill

be held involving an official oldest incorporated trade association in the country, the

vote of the affected area's freeholders United States Brewers Association. was organized in 1862. ..

A: group of 4-H girls and 4-H in an election to be held in the same year that

boys of this area left Monday and the. Spring of 1962.

are attending Camp Cloverleaf ,at r The Florida Development Commission -

Lake Placid, this week. Girls at the at this time, has considered -
no other application for Hill-
Camp are Nancy Harrington of I

Canal Point, and Marsha ,Penning Burton funds forthe;, construction ..::.i:nsvxr... ...wv W.w..r.Y..r... .. .. .....b.4a':
6f hospital:. _Western .Palm .
ton, Lynda Keen and Edna Cooper'I _
of Pahokee: boys attending,,.. Beach County;other than the joint
and Mike Ross "jxbspftalf proposedfor; the\Belle I '
Teddy McCall ; .are'l DiseaseAof the'heart and .-
rington, Allen and Walter Glade-Pahokee area. '- -. f blood"vessels qre'stiH the _

all of Canal Point, and Ralph and I According .to tire Florida Development I leading.cause of death. -, : ; f
I Commission's Hospital. 1
Wayne Stacy of Bryant. Miss j
Janette Harrington of Canal Point Construction Department the But exciting advances in *; .

and Miss Penny Pennington of Pa- State Hospital Advisory Council treatment and prevention :

hokee- are counselors at the camp. approved a grant to the Belle are being made.

The Glade-Pahokee tax districts 'andboth Today America's research -
people were
young accompanied -
handful of determined patriots in Tampa
by Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Har- the Advisory Council and the scientists are on the intended invasion by f
fought for 2 days, finally preventing an
rington, adult counselors, John Development Commission have verge of important breakthroughs two Union ships, which fled. All Florida cheered this feat with 1 I

Causey, Associate .County Agent; been advised that the application in the control of glasses of beer i;

Raleigh Griffis, Assistant County was for a joint effort. need
heart diseases.They j
traditional beverage
Florida's -
then beer was
For even ,
Agent and Mrs. Laurie .Burgard, ';: .a 't-o :
Assistant Home Demonstration WELL '\WASHINGTON your Heart Fund dollars .r of moderation. Beer still provides enjoyment -
than now-to and good living for"many
more ever for Floridians, a
Agent.A Mrs. E. Lewis Pope, Jr.. and two
their research and of them-not only the employees of the Brewing'
program of instruction in 4-H sons, Lewis m and Norman will
I for Florida farmers and
Industry itself, but also
projects, swimming, directed recreation leave by train, this weekend, for speed their victory over other suppliers of the materials brewers use.
and arts and crafts will be Washington, D. C. to visit her America's #1 l killer. '

offered at the camp.PJSIT parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Mathis. TODAY,in its centennial year,the United States .
Brewers Association still works constantly to as- .. ..
She will be joined there by her .: >
of high standards of quality ;
\ MRS. HITCHCOCK husband E. Lewis Pope, who has More will LIVE .sure nd o'op'iotv wherftwcr bec and ale are served.

been taking a two week course in

Debbie and Speedy Dickson of,' the U. S. Army Reserve at Ft. the more you GIVE

Pascagoula, Miss are spending Benning, Ga:
several weeks here with their ... ,.

grandmother, Mrs. Kenneth Hitch Bruce Boynton and his grand- HEARTFUND

cock. Debbie- and Speedy are the mother,_Mrs. Ruth Wedgworth of \ & 't .. \

children of Mr. and Mrs. .Charles Belle Glade, left Monday for a va- :J> ,: '. '

Dickson, former: residents of Pa- cation at her summer cottage in tI11E :.'....rJune,22,1862 :
hokee. Saluda N. C.



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, Six The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday,.June 22, 1962 t

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Calling Shower For Barnes Mrs W. G. Hull, Mrs. A. E.
: .. -----...,, ..- ...--... 'c' Culberson, Mrs. G. F. Kincaid
. -r ". Miss 'Jill"McllwainA Mrs..'Rupert Mock, Mrs. W. 'S 1'

I", -e : : The Churches-'I- Plumer, Mrs. Elmer Upthegroveand .

N CW PI .- '. :calling shower in honor of Miss Mrs. John Zimmerman.
tl Mary Harriet '(Jill) Mcllwain. .' .

.. .., bride-elect of 'Sheppard M. Pitts BIRTHSCapt. ,

Jr.. was given Tuesday evening at
First Methodist The Church Of God Canal_ Point First II I the home of Mrs. Hugo Boe on and Mrs. Clack W. Geckler' I

'P ChurchElder East Main Street. announce the birth of a son on
Church' Pafiottee Of Prophecy Pahokee Baptist
A in Knox-
*** summer theme was used in June 16 at the hospital
Canal Point rioad1
decorating the Boe's spacious new ville, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Rev. T. C. O'Steen R. E. Barfield
home, and gifts were displayed in Jensen of Pahokee are the maternal -
SUNDAY: John H. Kinard pastor SUNDAY:
the Florida room. The refreshmenttable grandparents and Mr. and Mrs.
945 a. m.-Church School 10:00 a.Sunday School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School
was laid with a lace cloth and William H. Geckler of Belle Gladeare 1
11:00 a. m. Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
... 6:45 p. m.- MYF 7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. centered with an arrangement the paternal grandparents.
pink carnations and sweetheartroses. Capt. Geckler who has been stationed -
7:45 p. m.-Evening, Worship 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship I I'
in with the Air
TUESDAY. : 8:00 p. m. ThursdayW.M.BEveryone WEDNESDAY: I Germany
music 7:30 m.-Midweek Prayer In the receiving line with the Guard where he flew F104 jet
7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir. prac- welcome. Special p.
ticeWEDNESDAY and singing. Service honoree, were her mother, Mrs. E. fighter planes, returned to Knox-
: 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: F. Mcllwain, Mrs. Hugo Boe and I ville just four hours before the arrival -

7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions Church Of 7:30 p, m.-Ladies Auxiliary Mrs. S. M. Pitts, Sr., of Belle Glade. I of his new son. Capt. Geckler
God ]
8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir practice Meeting. Miss Shirley Kincaid, Miss Wy-I had been serving in Germany for
Barf ield' HighwayPahokee nette Sheffield and Miss Shirley six months.
.. Last weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Earl I Culberson alternated in serving I .

Fla.J. Schultz, Jr., and two children of I punch from the crystal bowl and I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tillery and
Canal Point W.Hughes, Minister Lake' Worth visited his parents,I I having charge of the guest book. son Reid, visited relatives in :Met-:
,Baptist ChurchRev. Phone 924-3736 Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Schultz; her: Hostesses assisting Mrs. Boe ter and St. Marys, Ga., over the
SUNDAY: sister, Mrs. A. L. Vertommen and I were Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Sr., Mrs.J. weekend. They were accompaniedhome

Charles 1;). Stewart, Pastor 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Mr.. and Mrs. Thomas Martinez D. Rogers, Mrs. Billy Sheffield, by Mr. Tillery's niece Miss
SUNDAY: 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship and family. I Mrs. ,seth Roberts, Mrs. H. S. Gail Tillery of St. Marys.

9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 7:30 p. m.-Evangelistic Ser-

11:00 a. .:Morning Worship viceTUESDAY -- I
6:30 : fyY\f'! "'7ffi NlrY\W "' 'f\'M 'J NM yt( W W' WWfr7Wff"'4I
: p. m.-Training Upion ;
7:30 p. m. Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service
'7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting 730 p. m.-Youth for Christ

The Pahokee ChurchOf
The NazareneRev. Point 1 Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade
Group Of Canal

Max D. Jones, Pastor SALES and SERVICE
433 Bacom Point Rd. "Is the Universe IncludingMan I

Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 Evolved by Atomic Force?" I Heating Air Conditioning Appliances

SUNDAY SEP" UES: will be the subject of the Lesson- .

9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Sermon at Christian.,Science serv- ;JMliJ.vJJ! il.Wj1.-\J. JUII.WJ..u.lll.Wil.WI.WI.W'W; ; ; IIJUIJ; ;J..u.i J.M.i J l.W J ''W W J ,Wl.Wi.v IjJ.M.1jJ.MtiJ.M.Ij ; Ij IfJ.Y V
11:00 a. m.Sunday Worship

6:30: p. m.-Juniors ices Sunday. ___. u_ ____ # ,____,_ ._u
Scriptural selections will include -
7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening
Evangelistic Service this passage from Genesis
WEDNESDAY: (1): "And God said, Let us make -

7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer man in our image after our like-
meeting' ness: and let them have dominionover '
"Where you are a stranger but the fish of the sea, and over
once." the fowl of the air, and over the
-- cattle and over all the earth, and
over every creeping thing that
St. Lutheran
creepeth upon the earth.
Church, i Belle Glade One of the citations to be read

';"' .,' /rpmcience and Health. with ;,
"*" August Koerber, Pastor -,Key tothe Scriptures" by- Mary ;.;
601 W. Lake'Rd., Belle Glade Baker Eddy states (p. 295): "God ,.R / ...ww.NnNwiN.NfNNNYMINNNNNNMNIMYIwwN f /NINMN/NNIM
SUNDAY: creates and governs the universe, '
Divine Services 11 A. M. I including man. The universe is ).Y IIVNNN NNINNNNIIIINMIMNIIMWNII WINNNMMWIY

School 9:45 A.: M. filled with spiritual ideas, which -
He evolves, and they are obedientto
the Mind that makes them."
St. Mary's Catholic
The Golden Text is from Acts

ChurchFather (4): "Lord, thou art God, which : ; RM BETTE
hast made heaven, and earth and _
Francis Fennech Pastor the sea, and all that,in them is." i : FCTRItI
Sunday :Mass 11:30 a. m.

Confessions before. Mass Shirley Circle In .', .... '....

Monday Nite Meet ,
The Methodist Church -

Canal Point, FloridaRobert Members of the Gertrude Shir-
ley Circle of the Pahokee Metho-
A. Shelley, Pastor dist Church held the first meetingof

SUNDAY: the 1962-63 year, Monday night, PARTNERS in PROGRESS
10:00 a. m.-Church School at the,home of Mrs. D. B. Watkins .
11:00 a. m.,:Morning Worship with the. incoming chairman, Mrs. .
6:30 p. .Youth Fellowship Jack Spencer presiding. Other,new .
7:30 p. 'm.- Evening- Worship' ,,*; circle officers are'Mrs. 1. L..Reeves for PROFITABLE FARMING .
MONDAY: ,', program chairman; :Mrs. R.WC.
:3:15 p. .Y6uth Choir practice- Lane secretary;' ''Airs. D. B. Wat- i ";

TUESDAY: : ,' kins, treasurer :.Mrs; Al Lavender, : (" Florida's agricultural production is steaimy forging ahead. Farms ,' ::1

'S:00-.-?.: p.1st m.-Tuesday Woman's' Society flowers: .Mrs:,.Duncan Padgett, are larger; represent a greater investment.-; The 'modern; SUC-F1 ,JS.'
:sunshine :Mrs.Milton '.
2nd MONDAY/ 'e. :iniemDership; and hospitality Salvatpre;" Mrs.Evelyn ,. 'ti' .".J __ ) :. cessful farmer. a good businessman. He, knowthat; profits ',y'

-..7:30: .-Esther Class'meeting keeping -UP production and processing !
p. .Lair, Christian Social Rela- .J ..'. 1' depend ron: quality d#
WEDNESDAY' tions and' ':Mrs. Leon Spooner, costs DOWN. This call for REDDY'S help for time-and-
7)30) m.-Prayer .
p. Meeting
spiritual life. labor-saving low-cost electricity. ,

First Baptist Mrs.The-J.devotions L. Reeves and were the given programwas by Now, with the :flip of a switch, scores of chores get done eas-

Church Pahokee presented by Mrs. Leon Spooner ier, quicker and better the modern electric way .for better

:: who gave the highlights from crops, healthier animals, increased production, faster process- ..

". Guthrie W. Colvard, Minister a chapter in the book, "The Mighty Y ing. REDDY and the Florida Farmer are partners in progress

Sunday School-9:45 a. m. Savior" by Bishop Arthur Moore.' .. for profitable farming.IN .
Circle members voted to con-
MorningVorshipll:00 a. m.
Training Union-6:45 p. m. tinue holding meetings during the THE RURAL HOME, TOO Reddy provides the mod.

Evening-Worshlp-8:00 p. m. summer. They will meet in July r'. ern comforts and conveniences... :nameless electric cooking,

,Wednesday Prayer 'Service with Mrs. Leon Spooner. : water heating, laundering, refrigerating, dishwashing, air-con j '

A warm 7:30 p.welcome m. to all.- the Refreshments hostess during were the social served hourto by : -' ,. 'ditioning...working,around the clock for pennies:' day to easy

.-- eight members and one guest; household,chores for happier Florida living...electrically! '

Holy Nativity Mrs. Albert Graves of Augusta!, '
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Pahokee Mrs. Farris Kincaid and daughter I ,
Kimberly, and small son, GL ; ..Irs CNIAPER,74C
Rev. L. Leasing, Vicar Farris III. of Gainesville are thl :
SUNDAY:' house,guests of her_husband's parents FLORIDA- .-, PONDER! &..., .Mr ,-OWT,f"C'O".11"It.CnM..aNV..: ;:;;:: ... -

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Pace DPt The Everglade News Canal Point Florida Friday, June 22, 1962

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:( x: :'i t1' n, Improve Drainagecontinued I I At U OF F GRADUATlON--1 VISIT IN COLORADO, ATTEND WEDDINGMr. 1

: jfN Mrs. Louis Davis, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. McClure. and }{rs. G. M. Phillips of '
( from page 1) 1 I I Linda and Martha Sellers attend-I I pioneer residents of Pahokee, who Naples, Mrs. Linda Davis of Wau- ';;
:' k. ed the graduation exercises are spending the summer in the chula and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bass
ing equipment to the building site
'r'I this week, but the company will be University of Florida in Gaines west are now in Colorado Springs. and family of Wauchula visited tl(

I allowed 180 ville, last week. Miss Martha Sell- Colo. where they plan to remain for Mr. and Mrs. Jack Verhulst, last
{ x days to complete the
4 project after construction starts. ers played,'with the University of several months, according to word weekend, and were guests at the 1

9 w y'r:1,5j:9 Commenting Florida Symphonic Band during received ,here by their \
on this Rogers said
I I graduation exercises. Mrs. Davis Mrs. R. D. Apelgren. recep-tion
"With the lake level as low as it is t
also visited her brother and sister-
: : yrr4 now we are hoping that the old --
'plant will handle the water more I I in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Greenin MMM !maII' ; I 11 I III II 111111111111111111111 .

'adequately this summer" The lake Newberry. .
I I level now- stands at 10.3 feet. ;!! THEATRES I

, I Rogers said the East Beach 1 Mrs. Anna ClawsonIs I

A' 1f, District with Pahokee drains constituting some 6,000 45 acres per i: Honored_ -At' Party PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN i

cent of the district.WEEKEND .
/ Pahokee-Belle Glade-Road
Mrs. Ruth Meredith entertained
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Sunday at her home with a dinner I
i4$4 party honoring her sister, Mrs.
; and Mrs. Joel W. Brown and
I Anna Clawson of Lake Worth whoI -
Mr. and'Mrs. James Wilkinson \
I was celebrating her birthday an- SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY JUNE 24-25-26 .
I are planning to spend' the,I niversary. Out of town guests were JUNE 24-25-26
Miss Culberson .t "THE pLEASURE OFONE
Alyne weekend in Bahamas.
Shirley Nassau 'Mr. and Mrs. James B. Wiley, Carl
Upon their return, Mr. and Mrs.; TWO
Clawson and Ina Mulhollen.
Shirley CulbersonTo Brown will go to their summer i all of Lake, Worth; Mrs. Martha

Wed James LoweMr. home in Ocala where their daughter Mulhollen and daughter, Lynn, and FRED ASTAIRE, DEBBIE ,

Joyce, is attending school at: son Don, from Federal, Tenn., Mrs. JAMES CAGNEY, HORST REYONLDS & ULLI PALMER

and Mrs.:A.:E. Culberson,I I I Central Florida. Their daughter, Mabel Lutz of Belle Glade, and Mr. BUOHHOLS, PAMELA TIFFIN -.AI G- I

640 Bacom Point Road Pahokee, Jean, has enrolled at the Universityof and Mrs. Loren Meredith and
AND As AS We Are'
announce the engagement of their Florida in Gainesville for the children, Don, Janet, Lorna, Loren,

daughter, Shirley Alyne to James summer session. Jr. and Diane of Pahokee. I.11111 I'M I'M' ft''M 1111 t 111II t 11111III1 It 111111111I

Lowe, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. E.
I Lowe, Portsmouth, Ohio. Shirley
graduated from Pahokee High I .

. .School in 1960 and is presently : .

employed as bookkeeper at Ever- .

glades Insurance Agency, Inc. Jim "
"'. attended. Valley High School, Lu- STARTING' .
casyille? Ohio and is presently in .

the National Guard stationed at

Ft Lee, Virginia. Wedding plans .
will be announced at a later date.
:''a- :''H TODAY! !

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funds for the U. S. 27 road project. "

That project involved 2.54 milesof

U. S. 27, which is also SR 25

and SR 80, from Hendry Countyline FORD DEALER

to Bare Beach, at an estimated

cost of $900,000, and another

6.2 miles from Bare Beach east,

at an estimated cost of $2.6 million -

for a total of an estimated $3.5 I

million in primary road work in -

that area of the county.
Rardin said commissioners
placed .
the project on the top prioritylist

because anticipated. increased -' : .

traffic on that section of the v

highway due to sugar mill trans-

portation.He _
said the county engineer had I

estimated the .cost of the SR 15
project at $400000.'It's ; .- I

just like the county al- -f 11t.,!.-,'. OUR RECORDBREAKING -

locating funds," Rardin said. "We SALES RECORD ,
have to distribute what we have I' ."

throughout the various sections of WIN? BREAKING AND WEVE '. .

the county. The' SRD Fort Laud. BROUGHT IN BIG BIS '
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erdale district has to distribute o ...-', ,'
COMPLETE STOCKS OF '(2 COtXTIT SQUUf-WMMtf tots lAd totl corers opt eel a eifrl cast .
funds to 11, counties.IN .
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ESTHER C. LEVINS. : -. f\ : A ." .
and each of'you are hereby noti- "
fied and present any claims )
and demands which you. or either of .: '
you may have against the estate of S@ "
Esther C. Levin deceased late ci-said .,J s
County. to the County Judge of Palm .
Beach County. Florida at his flee'In ?
the Court House at West Palm Beach. ..
Florida within eight calendar months .V 'J a
12 r LCM INnS nriM-Witk kodul tnd w1.r CMHli. ,
?:. from the date of the first publication :,f
If*, of this notice. Each claim or demand .
. must be In writing and must be sworn ; LOW LOW PRICES! SPORTY NEW FALCON! SAVE EVEN ON THIS .. -if .' '
to by the claimant his agent or his
attorney or the same will become null LIVELY NEW FALCON SPORTS FUTURA! R.
and void according to law. HIGH .
"Thl8 28th day of May 1962.
Marvin Levins. Administrator GENEROUS TERMS!IIifIJ ,
of the Estate of : :
Esther C. Levin deceased. @ DON'T PAY A CENT FOR 2 ,:.. ,:
Thadd Whldden < ..
.Pahokee.Attorney. Florida for Administrator. nul 6 WEEKS I WE'LL EVEN A

Publish June I, 8. 15 and 22. 1962 GIVE YOU UP'TO $300IN


FLORIDA NO. 18344 PRESENT CAR HAS A .. .... .. .f
In Estate of' : M FMBJMK SM INnS CWK-WA kcM **MnMjf ;
Deceased : : 4 ,- SPORTY NEW FAIRLANE! SAVE EVEN ON THIS < ..t'.
All creditors.of the estate of DR. E. : % LIVELY NEW FAIRLANE 500 SPORTS COUPE! .fIl!.
A. BOSWELL. deceased are hereby -
notified and required to file any claimsor J
demands which they may have
against said estate In the office of the
county judge of Palm Beach County. -
Florida In the courthouse at West
Palm Beach. Florida., within sixcalendar I
'first publication months from of this the of Each the YOUR PRESENT CAR QHAVE TO BE PAID FOR TO TRADE AT

claim or demand must be In writing I .
and must state the place or residence _
; and post-off address of the claimant
and must be wora,to by the claimant .
his agent or his attorney, or it will Pahokee Motor Company .
become void according to law. '
']fay 1t. IM2. "
J. L .TTSON. JR. : *" t .
Ancillary Administrator of Phone 924-7126 Pahokee, Florida :.
the Sfctate of .
DR. X. A. BO6WZLL. \. ; ,
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