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: August 17, 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
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Sugar Cane To Mill 1 ., For Joint HospitalThe

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.First harvest season of the new tIl.-;UWLI tiLri Combined Board of the i
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Sugar Cane Growers'Co-op of Flor- : ,;;:., ; Northwestern and SouthwesternPalm

ida is expected to start. the latter "- j _.. Beach County Public Hos-
half of November. R r "" .5 pital Boards last night officially
The 22,000 acres of cane are expected ''y'W : :' ",.' .l) .rJ..V;. -. designated the Southwest '10 acres

to yield some 875,000 tons ......#.., ,_. of section 18 on State Road 715 be-
of cane annually from which is ..; '" tween Belle Glade and Pahokee

expected 87,500 tons of raw sugar. as the, site of the proposed 'f
Preparing to haul the cane to $2,000,000 Western Palm Beach
the $13.5 million'sugar mill capa- County Medical Center. The site is

ble of grinding 6,000 tons of cane located on Hooker Highway. :
every 24 hours are 16 "cats' whichare t \ The Combined Board action followed -

on the way here today from positive acceptance of the
Clewiston.The site by the separate Northwesternand
"cats" 16 giant ,yellow ;;: : S
j iZ.'v : Southwestern Boards. This willbeccm
"Caterpillar" DW-6 tractors : the joint hospital's locationif
the first shipment of a 29-unit .consolidation of hospital districtsis .
order, are to haul four loaded cane approved by freeholders. '

'"; wagons of 60,000 pounds from the r iciaY :: \ Earlier this week, a team con-

fields to transfer points. sisting of ,a\ site selection committee -
Giant truck-trailers will haul the ) ). S .: r.ccVv: ., ." of prominent businessmen of

cane from the transfer points to : ':. both,districts and a staff of technical -
the grinding mill. yw6 : advisors including an engineer
There are 51 members in the / i examined
and a hospital consultant 1
Sugar Cane Growers Co-op, a ::# r ,-\. .- ...,'.. ,:-.-.. .,. the feasibility of several sites

$23.5 million investment.L. R in the area for the location of a
G. Kelly Clewistqn Motor joint hospital facility to serve the

Company president in reporting This,is an architect's rendering of how a new $2,000,000 modern hospital would"look if constructedin two areas.
delivery of the "Cats," said, "We \ Palm Beach County. The Hospital would have approximately ,100 normal beds with an immediate Their selection of a site, wHich
are extremely pleased that the complement of 120-130 beds in bedrooms designed for patient occupancy. The care of auxiliary carried the Board's full approval, is
services would be complete and be expandable serve at least 175-200 with a minimum of disturbance
co-op, the largest of the new sugar
the east side of State Road 715,
to the ,continued of the
operation hospital. Irani and Associates Miami are the architects and engineers
producers in the Glades!. thas _for,the proposed joint. facility. Tqwnship 43, Range 37, and is approximately -
f chosen "Caterpillar"' DW-6; as-. '< ." '. .';' '' one- and one half mile .
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the"machine for the Job,*! 1 south of 'County Park between
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The Clewistoncompany has been Why Pahokee Chamber: Rev. C. J.SmylyWillConduct Belle Glade and Pahokee and is on

the "Caterpillar" dealer in" the I Hooker Highway.A .
Glades for 30 years and has done : Straw Vote Election is sched-

business I with the 51, member- Of Commerce Endorses TrainingRev. uled for Aug. 21 in which freeholders -

) growers for years. will choose between having a

--- Joint Hospital Facility I C. J. Smyly, secretary of.. joint hospital or improving their
own facilities through renovationor
:L Rev & Mrs Stewart i, Training Union of the Florida Bap- ; new construction. '
, tist Convention, and a former .
By Robert 'F. Fisher Pres. I sary to build and supPort such a pastor of the Canal Point I
I To Live In Georgia PahQkee Chamber: of Commerce 'joint hospital as is being planned Church, will direct the Baptist Baptist ,No Exclusives On
On Tuesday August 21, the free-\ provided it is approved by the Training Union Leadership Schoolto

f holders of the entire Glades area !freeholders in each district. We do, be' held at the Pahokee First
Rev. and Mrs. Charles D. Stew will vote for the I Iof GasolineCounty
or against building however have the figures ,of those Baptist Church, August 20-23: Airport
- arty who have been in Georgia on a new joint hospital facility to who are expert in these matters Monday through Thursday even-
vacation, ,returned to Canal Point serve the western part of Palm and they tell use it can be built and ings at 7:30.

Wednesday afternoon and left Beach. County., operated on a miliage rate no higher Rev, Smyly will be assisted by Commissioner Monday
., today for their new home in After lengthy discussion and a than is now being levied for the Grady Downs, Minister of Educa- ordered that its lease with Butler

l' Statesboro, Ga., Rev. Stewart had great deal of thought, the board of two separate hospitals. It is alsoa I I tion' at the First Baptist Churchof Aviation as base operator at In-
- planned to live in Canal Point for directors of the Pahokee Chamberof distinct possibility it _could be j' West Palm Beach, who will ternational Airport be revised to
another year after retiring from Commerce has vbte"d to endorse lowered.We teach meet requirements for obtaining
. the adults;; Mrs. Lee Gabenof
the active pastorate of the Canal the joint hospital plan. This article are impressed with the logicof Fort Pierce who will teach the' Federal.aid for the a rpol-t.
" Point Baptist church, but changed has also been read by the membersof the argument that ,with the Mrs. Frank The action came after the com-
young people; Wesley
: '-'his plans while vacationing"in *the 1 board and.approved for"pub small hospital load of the two sep- Lakeland who will teach the Inter- mission learned no further Federalaid

i f Georgia: lication. 'arate hospitals, it is impossible to mediate Leadership and Mrs. R. C. would be granted unless lease .
! The "former Canal Point pastor The Pahokee" Chamber of Commerce I provide the serviceSand: specialists Epperson, Jacksonville who will provision with Butler which granted -

!: .said :that upon their: arrival in has no-selfish motive in _this I necessary for ,treatment of teach the Junior ,Leadership,. some "exclusive", rights for sale 4
,I :. Georgia two weeks ago, many offers endorsement I result of .
They are recom-I many diseases. The is that The Primary Leadership will bo gasoline were rewritten.At
;.. y. \ of interim ,pastorates were mending.it solely:because they feel our people with serious ailments taught by Mrs. Oscar rink of Fort the same time the ordered revision -

.... offered him ands a position of it is the best way to give all the f are forced to" go to distant places Pierce and the Beginner and Nur- of the Butler lease the board
:, V teaching; also offered Mrs. Stewart. people of the Glades adequate 1 I to find these specialists. Those Miss Elizabeth voted to give other, base operatorsthe
sery Leadership by
, Since they own a new home in that pital service. The Chamber hOS-1 I I who are in a position to know tell Painter of Jacksonville. opportunity to sell gasoline

.' section they, decided upon the desire to, nor will it, enter into any i j I jus that a hospital with a patient Churches participating in the with, twd cents per gallon going'to
move. I controversy with any other group, 'load of 100 or more (as a joint school will be those of the Glades the county for airport mainten

. .. I pro or con. It is simply 'the feeling I'j[I hospital would have) can afford area from Okeechobee to Clewis ance.Turning'. :4.'

Judge Tyson Family of the' board ,that. a joint hospitalwill I(I these specialists and services. This ton. to another county airport -
serve the needs of the entire 1]l|I would make it possible for all the the board authorized the

*:,, Vacations, In Carolina Glades Area better than two sep- people in the Glades to have avail- county engineer to proceed with
"I': '.. '. arate hospitals.We able close at hand medical and I Skippy Best Athlete improvement 6f a parking ramp at

'1 v Judge and Mrs. J. L. Tyson left! believe that enough evidencehas surgical care as good as the best. I Montverde School the Glades Airport at Pahokee. .

& Monday for North Carolina on a been compiled to show conclu- It can be along long road to West The: board .also received a, grant

.two week vacation. They planned sively that a joint hospital will render Palm Beach or elsewhere when you Skippy Lanham, son of Mr. and for$2.6,000 from the Federal 'Avia-
-* .to attend the final programs and better service furnish more I are racing with death. Mrs. G. L. Lanham of Canal Point tion Agency to finance a new landing -

.'," banquet at Cairfp Rockmont near and better special services operate Furthermore we are paying for reutrned home last Friday' after approach system at International -
.:! Black Mountain 'where their sons. more efficiently and effectively it and will continue to pay for it attending the Montverde summer Airport. I

\ i Jim and Disk will be participating. than two.. separate hospitals can whether we get it or not. It is a school and camp where he received -

They will Jbe joined. also, by their possibly do. As tq patient cost we fact that we are going to continueto the award for being the best ENTERS ARIZONA U.
'i| daughter, Willola who has been do not .see any particular advant- operate our: two hospitals at Pa- athlete in the grade school He was Rupert Mock Jr., left Thursdayfor
4*>". attending- Camp Merri-Mack. age in the joint plan. What we do hokee and Belle Glade if' the joint also a member of the band playing Lansing, Mich where he will

\. ,' see, and one cf the things we wantto proposal fails. It is no fault of the drums during the first attend as a representative, the
l;:: Mrs. Walter Cross was able to' emphasize, is that patients either'the Everglades Memorial session and the cornet in the second National Convention of Pi KappaPhi
; ;return to her home Wednesday would getmnchbetter service for Hospital or_of the Belle Glade session. Fraternity. Following the con-
* '* 'J*" ''after being patient at the Everglades the money they are paying. Memorial that they are unable to i m vention, he:.will,go to Tucson Ariz.

!*t. Memorial Hospital. for sevri We are not financial experts and provide all the services needed. Mr. and Mrs. Kyle. Hand of to enter the University of Arizona

*' : teraj days suffering from a virus make no pretense at knowing what They are.simply not big enough. Brunswick, Ga.. are- visiting: Mrs. where he plans to work,on a Mast
&":'. .,. 1_' ti 4 miliage rate would be (continued 'on' 8) Hand of Pahokee. er's Degree. ,
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f Page Two it The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday August 17. 1962
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Whiskey Saloon To r'IT"'lYf'' \'''ltYM: 'Y.i7W'l'il;mnITrlBen's
Manning Keen Is

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Get Longer Hours

j J Speaker? To>hi s Over Rardin's VOte Barber Shop

.. : t_t I Seasonal patrons of the Air- OPEN-ON OR
Manning Keen was the speaker
{III] I port CocktaU lounge will be able to
at the luncheon meeting of the Pa- BEFORE SEPT. 1
hokee Lions Club, Tuesday, with make their purchase two hours

III I Dr. Richard C. Lane,; vic .presi. S90n Jon; Sunday, according to

._ dent, presiding. Introduced, by action taken this week by the Lake Shore Drive
George Rashley, Mr. Keen who County Commission. ,
with A. J. Gamot represented RobertV.. Harvey, operation, t Canal Point t
4 Club at the International Convention asked the board for permision to

The Rardin Building In Canal*Point FloridaTHE I I talk- principally in Nice France to his, visit confined to Germany his- open December. at noon thru on May Sunday's- a period from I Opposite Co-op

before the opening of the when most travelers use the air-:I Packing HouseBENMEEKS
convention and his. tour. of both -' :
: : West and East Berlin. He referredto port.The commission approved the request -;
S THE EVERGLADES NEWS: East..Berlin as, "theworld's larg- with Commissioner Paul i j

est ,prison" and brought back a I Rardin, long time foe of the lounge I '
the Lake Without
Serving Farming Region
of Berlin
"Wall ofShame"
map showing
voting against the move. ,
Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years and iiW'M4,1, 'MAA.\.AlJJ.; lJlu..ALA, 11,1 A
numerous photo Said Commissioner Rardin, "the
Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday graphs of scenes there. traveling public can buy as much Mr. and Mrs. Harry'Elaibee and

Subscription Price $2.00.Year In Advance Zone Chairman Billy Ray Mosley whiskey as they need during the son, Kirk, are vacationing at
I presented a "District Governor's present operating hours. Fort Myers Beach.WANTED.
The Everglades News.,Is ,Entered at the Post Office Award" to James H:Wilkinson'for I
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter I the sponsorship of new members
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during the past fiscal year.
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher: .
t Past president, James W. Vann,
I I I presented to D. B. Mathis.on be- !
Former Sheriff IsRotarySpeaker
HospitaLElection. half of Lions International,and the
local Club, an "Old Monarch" citation
Workers NamedDaniel
and a., pin for 20-year membership FOR PRE-HARVEST WORK -
and a 20-year perfect attendance -
Gorham, Supervisor. of : citation and pin. IN

Clinton E. Taylor, formerly Registration of Palm Beach County ,; -. The Club took action to support
has released the names of
: the. proposal for a consolidated
Sheriff Palm Beach
County, wasguest
speaker at the'lun heon those who will serve at the' polls i Western, Palm Beach County Hospital SUGAR CANE AND OR "
for' the, .straw vote: August 21, on
meeting: of the Rotary Club, last : to be built on a: site between
the issue, of a joint hospital to I
Thursday. Introduced by Corporal Pahokee and Belle Glade on State VEGETABLESGOOD
serve both the Northwestern and
Road 715.Guests
Glenn Blocker of the Florida High
way Patrol, he spoke on "Law Southwestern. Hospital Dis- were R. E. Hotard and l I
tricts. The polls will, at 7:00 WAGES STEADY WORK
Enforcement." open .Buddy Schoenfeld of Belle Glade; ,
Dr. E. C. Johnson, president,' a. m.,and close at 7:00 p. m. I Luther York, Wayne Hundley, .
presided over the business session. For Precinct 36, at Canal ,Point, I Donna Joy Padgett, Jimmy Wilkinson INQUIRE NOW !

Guests were Ken Wright, Marvin I the clerk will be Mrs. Beulah.E'I John L. Howell and Mrs. J.

Unwin, Bob Lee, Walter Hooker, George. Inspectors will M. Templeton.
Edna Barrett, Mrs. ,Grace Maxson
Next week Mel Stanley will present -
Ralph Kidder, N. T. Taylor Harold
and Mrs. Angelea Sears., H. L. James W. Vann, who will
Rabin, J. P. Halbrook, Jr. and re-I I
Sears' will be the sheriff. Florida State Employment Service
Ron Halbrook, all of Belle Glade; port on the Governor's Conf: : ,
Mrs. Cletis Hand will serve as on Cold War Education, which was
J. B. Hall and K. Harris of Fort I .
Pierce; Dr. Roy A. Bair Frank clerk in Precinct 51. Inspectors held in Miami on July 18. 41 Southeast Avenue D I. -
will be Mrs. Eunice E. Sanders,, -- --. ,
Sakser and Middleton, all of

West Palm Beach; Dr. Charles B.Mrs.Pickett.Helen L.Davis I. and will Mrs.act Edna I Dr. Chas McCurdy 'Belle Glade, Flolida'f.
McCurdy of Myrtle Beach, S.. C.; I deputy sheriff. Maloy' as I f.RIA f.
S. P. Castaneda Frank Rozelle .
Mrs. Blanch E. will U I I
and Joey Alderman. Armstrong To Myrtle BeachGUNTER
'.. be the clerk in charge of Precinct %'
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55. Inspectors will be. Mrs. Rhoda
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Meirs of Miami
Shive J. F. Waddell and Mrs. Susan
were the weekend. guests .oft AFB, Ala.-Captain
( Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas of Pa H. Rozelle. The deputy sheriff I Charles W. McCurdy of Pahokee'", s I
hokee. I will be L. M. Mullis. YOUR NEW HOME DESERVES
Fla., has completed the orientation
course for officers of the United
State Air Force medical service
Senior Life Saving here.

The doctor, son of Mrs. Annette
THRILLS GALORE Awards Are MadeMiss McCurdy, Pahokee, was given familiarization -

FOR YOUNGSTERS instruction covering 3.K .

\ administrative procedures, military .
up to 80 years! ? c J oval,
Patsy Keene and Chuck medicine and medical service i

Pell passed the Senior Life Saving j I support of USAF objectives. '
A Half-Scale tests in the swimming program Captain McCurdy is a physician.He c.t.7: 'p.t : ; ; S. j
coached by Web Pell and Leland I is being reassigned to the 354th ,
1910 Keene during the Summer ,Enrichment Tactical Hospital at Myrtle Beach ,V-: : :.

Program. Coach Pell had AFB, S. C.Doctor !I
charge of the advanced classes and McCurdy received his
Coach Keene taught the beginner M. D. degree from the Medical College -

Replica., classes. of South Carolina, Charleston.He .

3 HP. Those passing the Junior Life also was associated with the

EngineRUNS Saving tests were' Anthony Olson, :Medical College Hospital, serving I
Mary: Jane Pell, John Pell and Marie i his internship there. He is a mem- P'-.: (
y Agnes Gabaldon. ber of Lambda Chi Alpha. ., :
Those attaining the rank of The doctor is married to the o! ,

"Swimmers" were Marcia Davis, i former Judith, L. Starling of Pa ,
I Eldridge Kinsaul, Diane Wilkinson, hokee. They.have two children. '
Jjm Pell, Dallas. Apelgren: Pat Con- a'_ F'---e : I I

nell Jeffrey Tarr, and Leonard Shirley Circle To \
Dobrow and Bruce Andrews. !

Attaining the Intermediate Meet Spencer Home); I !i

.' Swimmer's: .rank were Greg Brow '
.. AND, HANDLES' ,er. Sonny Usury, Eldridge Kinsaul, Members of, the Gertrude: Shirley: ; CONCRETE MASONRY !
LIKE A REAL CAR!, Donna. Rcoades: Cynthia Hugh, Circle of the Woman's Society of

This. half-scale replica ot the Philip and Bruce Basford, Mark Christian Service: of the Pahokee I

famous 1910 Model T runs/ like Aldridge, Karen Aldridge, Jackie Methodist Church will meet at the Because.you;ll.| want the.best the .most beautiful, .
.pne, handles like one % Vandegrift, Lucky Butler! Paul home of the circle chairman, Mrs.: the longest lasting, construction materials in your new t
even sounds like one. Designed, Cook, Neil Pennington and Ann Jack Spencer, on Monday night, at home youU. npturally choose concrete masonry con
to,carry". .two it has youngsters ample strength in comfort Mosley. 8 p. m. Mrs. Doris Lane will present struction.. 'It.provides a home that-is fire safe, economical

to haul 2 adults. Has steel frame Coach Keene reports that 25 the program.x to, keep up, will J,,out-last almost any other. material-ancli.!
Fiber glass body;' Forward,.neu- youngsters,passed the beginners ... remain" new-looking: too! Build, your. holn 'today] Foe '
tral, and reverse., Mechanical tests but these, names were. not Miss Teryl Echols quality block, precision. made on Stearns equipment I
brakes. Normal speeds up,to 10 available' as they had been turnedin see us'today. t
mph. But can be set faster, or to the American Red. Cross.OFF Has Birthday PartyMiss
slower., .Not designed for highway : -
barrel of monkeys '. for the Teryl Echols of Canal Point .
whole family.. Come' in and. see Warrant Officer and Mrs.LelandL. 1 celebrated her ninth birthday witha
this.h -scale "Tin Lizzy".You'll Hughes who have been, visiting! party at the home of Mrs. O. H.
buy it. Made only by McDonoughPower his parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Sheppard Saturday. Miss Hazel
Equipment. Inc., MqDonough. Hughes of Bryant for several Sheppard and, Miss Betty Echols
Ga. weeks, left Monday for Regens- assisted with the-'party. Punch and

CASH.PRICE burg, Germany, where he will be! ice cream, cake, nuts and mints t
stationed for the next three years. were served to the guests.
: $359.50TF.RANK I
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Smith have Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas of II

BELK, returned to their home in Canal Pahokee.left today for a visit with : 1
.: Phone '.Ro1n.tr after a vacation trip to Mr. and Mrs E. G. Kilpatrick in PAHOKEE! FLA. BELLE! GLADE FLAPHONEWT -
924-7311 Douglas. Ga.., Darien Ga.. and, a Lakeland and on to Marianna fora '

'3697 Airport Road Pahokee. ,Fla. visit in Melbourne with. : Mr. and visit With Mr.. and. 3trs.' H. A. : .-.;PHONE: ... 7185 ( 6-5249 ': 'f'.
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,sf* relatives in Haines City, this the guest of her parents Mr. Kelle1thr1'erli. j

'* week. and Mrs. Dick Parrish of Pahokee.

. : I Meeting ToniteA I Ij Mrs. Will Wimberly of Carlton, Miss Betty Echols has returnedto Now County Sheriff 4:,
; .Hospital Ala.. is visiting her brother and her home after attending the

sister-in-law, Mr .and Mrs. Joe summer session at the Universityof .,..
Thompson and her brother-in-law Florida in Gainesville.Mr. Clinton E. whose two-
i 1: public meeting will be held on Friday August
I and sister, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. and Mrs. Ponce McDonaldand month tenure as sheriff of Palm
4 j 37th at 8:00: p. m in the air conditioned recreation Baxter. daughter, Carol have returned Beach County came to an abrupt i i

'hall .of the First Methodist Church of Paho- Miss Mary Carter who spent the to their home in St. ,Petersburgafter end last week-when the state;Senate I 1

; ,- kee by the ,Northwestern Palm Beach CountyHospital summer with her parents, Mr. and being the guests of Mr. and reinstated Martin, Kellenberg- I

I <1tJublic: Board. A full presentation of the I[ Mrs. M. C. Carter at Port Mayaca, Mrs. Earl Maxson in Canal Point. er to the Job, drew a resolution of .'. I

:" proposal for consolidation! of the building of a +I I. returned to Joliet HL, last Sunday. Mrs. C. B. Jones'and Alton Jones appreciation this week front the I II

}.' .single new hospital will be presented. tl i Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Norman and visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones I County Commission. (

'I children have returned from a va- and family in Clewiston Saturday.Miss Taylor appeared before the
: .'?. Following the presentation ample opportunity; t f cation trip to Kentucky and Ten. Mabel Fletcher of Miami county comnaJssioMMonday "to !

will be afforded the audience for questions con- :i: nessee. They visited his, mother, was the guest of her parents Mr. give what he termed'a fiscal report i

".cerning the plan. Mr. Irani, of the architect and 1'z !. Mrs. Mary Norman at Clarkrange, and Mrs. R. P. Fletcher Burin, the on the sheriffs department bud- i

Engineers 'firm working oh the proposal, as well : Tenn. and her mother, Mrs. John E. past weekend. get. He said"' there, was a $20,000 4

t' 'Y as its hospital consultant, Mr. Tracy Hare, will be f Campbell at Hazard. Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Maxson surplus at this*'time and that ade- {

ft present as well as members of the hospital board 1 Mrs. Herbert Thorneberry is in and son, Billy,will leave, this week quate funds were available to last ,

and the Board Attorney to give full information i.. the Belle Glade Memorial Hospital, end for Emory, and Henry College to the end of the,fiscal year.
this week> recuperating from a Incoming Sheriff Kellenberger
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.: heart attack. Gauldin Harrington has: returned he said "is gofng l into a comfort-
: The Hospital Board urges all interested citizens ::;: Mr. and Mrs. James Wfeks and from a two week vacation able budget situation." t

to attend this meeting and that every 'qualified tt family left Friday to visit relatives spent in North Carolina south Commission Chairman Lake I

I person participate in the election of August 21st so 1: in Knoxville, Tenn. ,Georgia and north Florida. Lytal told Taylor "we owe you a ;

4 'that the true will of, the people can be known on ;. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Unwin and Mr.' and Mrs. H. J. Anderson !.debt of gratitude for the manner \

) .. ,this vital' public issue. :;: daughters Brenda and Julie spent have had as their house guests you took over a bad situation. You
I \ last weekend with his brother-in- their dauber, :Mrs. Luther Collier have set a pattern for the efficient

,' j: NORTHWESTERN PALM BEACH law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Andy and sons, *eal and Andy of Can- operation of the office.' '

'' '* COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL ; Nychyk in Fort Myers.W. tonment. Following'Taylor's report and

\ : / **, BOARD :I W. (Skipper) McCurdy will Donna Joy and Duncan Padgettof his expression of thanks to the

t.' \ return Sunday from a two week Chattahoochee are the house commission for their cooperation,

i: ;Dated: August i4, 1962.t :!:I visit with Dr. and Mrs. David guests this week of their grandparents the board adopted its resolution Of
f'" T t IMNAL ; Bleech at Fort Meade. Mayor and Mrs. Duncan commendait i' for the former sher-
: (f I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williams moved Padgett. .. iff. _," I
I I I..,' : I t I I I f.f.t t I 1 I I : I I 1 I t I I 1 I I 1 I I 1 1 1 I 1 1,1 t lit ,1 I tit i from their Lake Shore, home in Mrs. Lewis Friend and daughter, In other action concerning the "

I .. 'I. !II Canal Point to their recently remodeled Merry Ann spent several days in sheriffs department the commission -

"r and refurbished home on Tampa last'week, with her son-in- : ;

Bacom Point Road in Pahokee. law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Signed a dozen bonds for Kellen- <:'.

I .R E R A l NEWS S NOTES E S Miss Betty Clark expects to go. Richard Korbly who were there berger's deputies. : ,' .
back to work 'the first of next visiting his relatives. ,Tabled awarding of a contract :. t

week following an operation for I Charles E. (Chuck) Elliott returned for remodeling at the county jail

.... removal of her appendix on Saturday :- Monday from Tampa wherehe with instruction to the county en-

Mr.;and: Mrs. Frank Gillis and]I: Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Schroder will night of the past week. attended the summer session at gineer to confer with the incoming '..

r children visited Mr. and Mrs. W.I,leave today (Friday) for a two Mrs. J. A. Groover returned to the University of South Florida. sheriff ,on ,the plans to determine I
D. Davenport and family in Bran week vacation. They will spend her home in West Palm Beach .. ..- if the work is still wanted.

.. don, ,last weekend. Friday night with their son, R. W. after a weeks visit with Mr. and Instructed the county engineer "

Allen Wroten, son of Mr. and Schroder and his family at Lan- Mrs. J. P. Parker of Canal Point: County Gives Land to have, Sheriff Kellenberg er'a "

Wroten able to tana who will be celebrating the Mrs. Wiley Tillis has returned name painted on the door to his ,
Mrs. ,Lee was return .
anniversary 'of his birthday. On from Wauchula where she visited Guard court house office. >.
home Tuesday evening For Armory .. ;
ing a,' recent fOllOW-I Saturday, they plan to leave for her brother and family, Mr. and :
! Everglades Memorial the mountains of North' Carolinaon Mrs. Lawrence Jaudon. CO-OP BARBECUE MONDAYAs ;"
I a sightseeing trip. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux of ,First steps for construction ofa is the annual custom the Lake ,: ':
Mr;.and Mrs. J. L. Reeves drove '
Mrs. Theresa C. Levine, who is Canal Point have returned froma new Nationol Guard Armory Okechobee Farmers Cooperative ::'
to last weekend where
associated with the Pahokee MotorCo. three weeks vacation spent in near West :Palm Beach 'were taken group of growers' held their year- .
Albert :
isited with her
they son ., and her daughter Linda, returned Thomasville, Ga., and interesting Monday when the County Commission end barbecue Monday at the Com- ,
Graves .
of Augusta Ga., who was ", .
last week from a vacation places in North, Carolina. voted to make' nine. acres ,of.. munity Building in Canal Point. ;
thereon. business. trip aboard a1 Pan American,plane' Mr,' and Mrs. F. F. Burr of Canal land available as a site, fpr' the Through the years the group has 4wways '}
Poltee Chief and Mrs. Leon Guth '
to the French Riviera, Monte Carlo Point eceived word of the structure., enjoyed some of the very If'-:-
rie returned Tuesday after vacationing I
I and Rome Italy., Before flying to death. of; HrH; Burr's mother;; who The land is located wesfofth; finest barbecue and all the other J .

woodBeach.; for two weeks at Engle-, Europe, they attended.a: 'family' reunion passed away Wednesday .in' Talla Sunshine State Parkway; south 'Of. excellent delicacies that go along .r. 1
at New Haven, Conn. hassee. Funeral services and bur Okeechobee Road. with it. ::>
M. H.' (Frock) Baxter who has sal will be in Miami' Saturday.Mr. Lt. Col. Enoch Hunt said present .;.

been recuperating at home affer and :Mrs! Julian' 'Groover: and National- Guard facilities in West : Mr. and Mrs. Vance Denton! and : : I
Ads' "j I spending some time at the VA family of West Palm Beach were Palm Beach were originally con- family will return Monday fromBoone .

Classified Hospital in Coral Gables,,spent last the weekend guests of Mr. and structed as, headquarters for a "N. C. where they have been ','
I Thursday at, the Hospital where he Mrs. J. P. Parker of Canal Point. single unit.At the present time, he attending"summer school at Appalachian -

FOR SALE: New and Used Willys received routine checkup. He was Mr. and Mrs. G. ,T. Echols and said, three units operate out of the State Teachers College. '

Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage accompanied by Mrs. Baxter.Mr. ,daughter, Terry, Mr. and Mrs. Don West Palm.Beach, Armory and I ". .

In Belle Glade, Phone 3058. and Mrs. W. O. (Bill) Moss Echols' and Betty visited Mr. and there is not enough room availablefor Richard Sanders of Miami spent

:* pct 17-M-ch. left Wednesday to visit relatives in Mrs. Cammack in Ft. Myers Sun- storage of, equipment' for all several days, this week, visiting
Mississippi. Enroute they would be units. Mr. and J.trs.-.J. L. Humphrey, Sr., 1
FOR SALE: Limited amount of joined in North 'Carolina by their day.Miss. Linda Sellers is visitingher .Some time ago, the county madea and his fiancee, Miss Edwina Hum } (

t-Miisease free seed cane sons, who have been attending parents, Mr. and Mrs. Terry storage compound available at phrey. t
No. CP5028 and CL41223. Also Camp Ridgecrest for Boys.W. Sellers after attending summer International Airport which is be I .. '.

customer seed treatment for Rattoon" M. (Mac) Crews who is employed school at "University of Flor- ing used to store vehicles used by Mr. and'Mrs. A. R. Harrington,

.. 1 Stunting disease. Robert J,. in Ft. Lauderdale for the ida. Linda will enter the University the Guard's 160th Transportation daughters, Janette and Nancy, I

Simonson', Phone 924-7256, Paho- summer, spent last weekend with in September to attend the I Battalion which has its headquarters and son.Ross, will visit Everglades ';",-

kee. .FJa. tf-A17-ch his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. fall session. in West Palm Beach. I II National Park this weekend. :', 1
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NOTICE: The Lucky Star Dude --- ,;
Airman James (Snip) Suggs has
Raj h will be closed until fur- .
basic training at Lack- \
ther"slpUce. signed Gladys:F. Mott completed ..
land AFB at San Antonio, Texas, "!
KaneJjOwner and mgr' 2tc
"r and is spending leaytftere'with ; u:rh _;',.t: lUHtt }; ;,: >:
: 'fifteen Dollars relatives and friends':::( will report f' f': .. 4
I for duty on Aug. 26, and wil} \
; That ir all you need te have a new +
be based in Bermuda. ,: .: jjf;
; homa-lwilt on your lot. For further Mr. and Mrs. Robert*Q. Ma<&ey H-H-H-M-8-'I'-HHIi412 .

detaUft' call HUNT REAL ESTATEat and .. re1; f1 Stnar$i we n fthent ,. ... ....)
92 7353 in Pahokee. M25tfV :
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IN THE CIRCUIT I COURT OF THE Plumer left Sunday for Percent Percent
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OFFLOaiDA Belefontaine. Ohio to join his ,
,COUNTY.. IN AND' FOR. >.ALM BEACH parents Mr. and Mrs W S. Plumer On .; On ',, :

:TLINT d IN CHANCERY 63'C 14S.-A who arc vacationing: there. Savings ; --i Savings I yi
Plaintiff : Mark Crews, son of Mr. and Mrs. ..
-VS- : Ralph Crews, returned here Tues i -
:AfUT: EDWARDS, : day after spending week in West >
,Defendant \ :
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TO: AJWTT.KPT> EDWARDS Mr. and Mrs. Axel .J eI sen.' I LOOK TO US FOR
M9T South Van Buren Avenue
AIJ&n,..,O orgla Mr. and Mrs. James H. Wilson "
You ,are hereby notified that Flint daughter Alice Joy .and son THE BEST WAY TO BUY A HOME 'J' 7 :
Edwards has filed a BUt of Complaint .
again,,you for divorce and you are James, Jr., are spending this weekin .
required to serve acopy of your answerto Naples.
the pomplalnt on the plaintiff At- If you've located thehome you want and you In a surprisingly short length of time, you' :'.
1.orneTt"'Thadd. Whldtten. P. O. Box Gerald Phillips returned home have your down payment you're ready to ,see too can have your down payment. Here's how .;
70S. P&I okee. Florida and tile the original last week after serving ten monthsat us about a low cost home loan. -open a savings account here right away.

theiClrcuit attfwvr In Court the office of Palm of the Beach Clerkof Camp Lee, Va. in" the 149th- This is the place to come,,' because we Save as much as you can. regularly. t
County Went Palm Beach. Florida. on Quartermaster. Corp. specialize in loans to buy homes. We know We also add a big dividend to your account :f

or If you befpfc all the so 27th to do day Judgment of August.by 1962 default : Mr. and Mrs. Dale Maxwell returned Just what to do to see that your loan is quickly regularly so your savings will grow even t >
processed and how to easiest terms. faster. Accounts may be opened by mail.H .
miss be taken against you Tot the to their home at Lowell arrange ;;:;
relief qemanded In the complaint. :t
Thursday, after spending several
DATS) this 19th day of July. 1962. .
1 ** J. ALEX ABNETTE days this week with his parents EVERGLADES FEDERAL .t :..r
V Clerk of Circuit Court Mr.'and Mrs. Clarence Maxwell.
(Circuit Court Seal
By Thaddle P.-Plant. Mr and Mrs. R. O. Lampi and Savings And Loan Association
Deputy Clerk family returned, Saturday night
Publish July 27.'Aug. 3. 10..17. 1982.TnatUt ., INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN
Whldden from a vacation trip to EagleRiver CORP., J

.Mosses'br7l&lnUtt'1O ... .....--t ""',- "- Mich. whejreAthey.visited,his .. 40 t3, W. AVE 19.B:: : ti" sBF.LZ.E GLADE PHQNE 'IyY6-2067. '

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4; 'I 1 News Of The. Ch"eh s.-I Honored'Miss Jean Brown-At tShoWer bride-elect of: Jr.Pahokee(Joanne. and announce Mrs.Todd Albert), 329 the Jean Lake birth Gamot Ave.of a,

Glenn Dale Perry of Ocala whose
daughter Nanette Nicole, at Good
wedding will be Saturday August
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: 25, at the Pahokee First Baptist
": I Beach on August 1. Mr. and Mrs.

;. \: Pirst Methodist The Church Of God"Of.P Canal Point FirstElder Church was honored with a calling A. J. Gamot Sr. are the paternal
shower at the.home Qf Mrs_F.H.'Poteete ..
grandparents, arts Mr. and Mrs.
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; .. Church, P1hUkee '--- -- JJha'} ,?WtUkm! aI1t stJ n---- ; "357 TQgnTet.'bTi--S aTQrcray: Owen Todd are the maternal
with Mrs. Poteete
night. Hostesses
Canal Point Road .
)r -. R. E. Barfield were Mrs. Lee Wroten, Mrs. W. O.
: 4 Rev. T. C. O'Steen ..... and Mrs. Kenneth E. Williamson
I :.. SUNDAY.; : John H. Kinard, pastor SUNDAY: s x :;' Rio s;'Mrs. George Lance and Mrs.: of Blue Island HI. announcethe J
10:00 a. m. -Sunday School .' i.J n .ik.G1Uis. ,
't 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School : { .
9:45 School birth Kenneth Roy,
/1.. 'm.-alUrch ; of a son I
I .
I : Service 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship -1 fif i ihe ieceiving line with the
11:00, a. m.-Preaching *
;", r 11:00 a.: m.-Morning Worship at the Little 'Company of Mary !
'...' 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service 7100" p. m.-B. T. C. T ; honored were her mother Mrs. Joel
I i: 6:45 p. .-MYF Hospital L Evergreen Park 111. on
8:00 V.L.B. 8(00vp. m.-Evening.WorslffWEDNESDAY W. Brown and Mrs. Poteete.
: ; p. m. Tuesday
; Mrs. P. B. Williamson
7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship I August 3. Mr. and -
I ft;00 p..nu ursday-W.M.B.. : Miss Cindy Friend was in chargeof .
TUESDAY: r "V ; : of Canal Point are the pa-
'w lcome. music 7:30 m.-Midweek Prayer the book.
I I.' !Everyone Special p.. guest Liz-
/ 7:00 p. m. Vesper Choir prac- : ternal grandparents, and Mrs.
. .. and. singing. Service The refreshment table was laid
ticeWEDNESDAY fcie Kirkey is the greatgrandmother. -
. .- .: .-. 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: with a cloth'of white lace and decorated -
: .
'7:3Q'm.L iUes.Auxiliary ., with arrangements of white II
7:45 p.:m.-Hid-week;devotions $t. Mary's Catholic Mr. and Mrs. James Richard
':Meeting. LaFrance hibiscus blossoms and
8:30 p. m.-Senior1 Choir'practice : -- : ;Church Dixon (Alice Hand) announce the
: fern. A heartshape piece of ice
birth.of a son, James Richard Dixon -
embedded with cherries 'and lime,
Holy NativityEpiscopal
Jr. on August 14, at Everglades
Father Francis Fennech Pastor floated in the punch bowl. Memorial .
Church Of God, Sunday Mass11:30 a. m. Church The honoree was presented witha and Mrs. Vance Ervin
PahokeeRev. boat to match her china
Confessions before Mass
Barfield Highway the hostesses. Broome Jr. (Glenda Fay Russom)
announce the birth of a son Vance
L. Lossing) Vicar Refreshments of punch and cake .
Pahokee WMU Meets'H Ervin Broome III, on August 14,
Pahokee, Fla.J. SUNDAY: were served to approximately 80

, W. Hughes Minister ld'For Atigust .;. 10'a. m.....Sunday School guests during .the .evening. at .Everglades and Mrs. Curtis Memorial Russom Hospital.Mr. are. t 1
Phone Service -
11:00. a. m.-Worship ,
I the maternal grandparents. \
SUNDAY: The August.meetings of the circles u. .. Classes Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Younger 1
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Evening
of the Woman's
(Jane Campbell) announce
11:00 a. m.* Morning Worship Union of the Pahokee Baptist Calling Shower :For
.. birth of a daughter Paula Jane
7:30 Ser- '
viceTUESDAY p. m.-Evangelistic Church were held Tuesday. .:Edwina Humphrey May Be CancelledSince on August 10, at Everglades Me-

:Members of the Lottie Moon morial. Hospital. .
: Circle met at the home of Mrs. -
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service. > North The home:of Mrs h-Lee': Wroten,
Adeline Wroten on Barfield the survey made last McCURDYS VISIT
THURSDAY: 279 Banyan Ave., was the scene,,
Highway, Tuesday afternoon with: Spring revealed insufficient inte- Dr. and Mrs. Charles McCurdyand I
7:30 m.-Youth for Christ :) from 8 ; 10 of
p. Tuesday p. m., a
the chairman, Mrs. Marvin Crady;; rest in any one course, it has been family returned last Friday to
Service I calling shower in compliment to (
presiding. A program on Communism -I Miss Edwina Louise impossible for the Director of Myrtle Beach, S. C. after a three
was presented by Mrs. W. A. Humphrey Evening Classes of Palm Beach week visit with his mother, Mrs.
Keen Mrs. J. C. Mock and Mrs. I whose marriage to Richard E. to schedule particular '
Canal Point Junior College Annette McCi\rdy; her parents
f". ". Crady. A joint meeting, to be held Sanders'.of Miami,:will bp xin}event courses to be offered at the Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Howard, and
Baptist Church : 'of August 26, at the First.Baptist..
at 'the church, is planned for Sep I" Glades Center this fall. her grandmother, Mrs. Bertha

tember. Refreshments were"served. Church in PahokeeT, r- Representatives from the College Starling at Sanibel Island. Dr. Mc-

Rev. Charles D. Stewart, Pastor by the'hos"tess. .* .. ', ,; Hostesses with '' .Mrs. Wroter will ,be at the Belle Glade Curdy is a member of the medical
SUNDAY: .- v "'The Faye Taylor' 'met' "at 1-. brae ,Miss Shirley Culberson, Mrs High' School at 7:00 p. m., Friday, staff at the Air Force Base Hospital

9:45 a. m.-Sunday School '- the' church in the' 'evening with Carlos; :.Sloan Mrs., W. O. Moss,, September: 7 to organize classes at Myrtle Beach.
11:00 a. m.-:Morning Worship Mrs. Ray Hawk' circle cTia'irman;'1 ciVf -.Frafk-Thom. sori, Mrs. Wiley for which there is sufficient de -

6:30 p. m.-Training :Union. ; ,. presiding.Mrs.; Lois White',.prer ,..TilliSk...bias. Alex. -Johnson' : Mrs.Leland mand. It is imperative that you be Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thomas and

7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship sented the program on Communism i : .Keene and .Mrs. Lee Shirley I there to register on Friday, September daughter, Terri, and Miss Madeline

I WEDNESDAY: ... '.,The,$ ptember meeting;wi .be,held I:' %7 at 7:00 p. m. as this is the Kelly of Ft. Pierce have returnedto

7:30 p. m.-Prayer_ Meeting' J_.? j 'a.t KeJiome, of,'Mrs. HayJHgwlc,:'..*'* ".lif he receiving mother line with the 1 only date College representatives' their home after a week's va-

t ,> Airs. M... J. Sapp presented the honoree were her Mrs. I will 'be'at the Center for registration cation at Ft. Myers Beach.
Jessie L. Sr. Mrs. L.
The Pahokee Church program, "The New: and 'Living Humphrey, purposes.

Way" .at,the meeting of the Grace W. Sanders, mother of the bride-. ; I .:' _'" NOTICE OF I TENTION. 1
Of The Nazarene home gr60m-e ct and Mrs. Witen.. TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS
Jernigan: Circle held at the Alice Hurt Elected i
Refreshments served
of Mrs. Wiley Tillis. Miss Jane were from NAME \

'-- Rev. Max D. Jones, Pastor Plumer vice-chairman, presidedin a table laid with white;'cloth' of. Head"Student: 'BodyAlice Notice is hereby given that the ,
lace and decorated. with- (
433 Bacom Point Rd. the- absence of the chairman, an'i 'undersigned, under the provisions!

Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 Mrs..Grace Graham, who was on of hibiscusblossoms Elaine' Hurt, daughter of of'Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida I

SUNDAY SERVICES: vacation.Patterson'. and fern. The large sheet cake was Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hurt of 155 Acts of 1941, will register with the ;

'9:45 a. m.-Sunday School iced with pale lavendern. the Banyan Avenue, Pahokee was Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and

11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship shape of a woven basket which was elected secretary of the studentbody for Palm Beach County, Florida,
Circle At filled with van-colored, spring
6:30 p. m.-Juniors of Florida College Medical. upon receipt of proof of publication

7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening W. A. Baker HomeThe flowers. Miss Shirley Culbersor Technology in Miami. Miss Hurt of this notice, the fictitious name,
and 'Mrs. Carlos Sloan served
of Pahokee Higli
Evangelistic Service wsa a graduate towit:

WEDNESDAY: lone Patterson.Circle of.the! punch from a crystal bowl encir- School last spring.HENDERSONS '. 'J. G. WEEKS AND SON I
cled with fern. Mrs. Alex Johnson
v7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer Canal Point Baptist Woman's Missionary Canal Point FTa.
had of the book. I
charge guest ._
meeting Union met'at .the home of : HOME Under which we are engaged in I
Miss her mother and '
\ "Where you are a stranger but Mrs. W. A., Baker, Monday afternoon Humphrey, Sir. and Mrs. Brooks Henderson business in Canal Point, Palm
Mrs. Sanders wore beautiful corsages -
once." Aug.. 13, with the chairman, have returned from a vacation Beach County, Florida. That the I'
which 'made for them
:Mrs. J. L. McCall,: presiding. The 'Frank were Friend. spent in Washington, D. C., 'Ohio parties interested in said businessare I.

St. Peter's Lutheran meeting was opened with 'a prayer by'Mrs. and Kentucky.., They visited ,her :, J. G. Weeks Canal Point
Among the lovely presents" received -
by Mrs.: W. S: Cross. parents; Mr. and Mrs. W.'H. Rug- Florida and James M. Weeks, Pa

Church Belle Glade by the bride-elect was a gles at Tolesboro, Ky.; her"brother hokee, Florida. That the firm
Mrs. Paul Rardin the
_presented silver tray presented to her.by ,the,
and sister-In.aw..1Ir. and Mrs. J.'J. I name is:
program, "Communism's Five hostesses. Her gifts were attractively -
in Columbus, Ohio, and J. G. Weeks and Son
August Koerber Pastor Ruggles
Point Plan of Action "Those ex- displayed in the Florida room
his .mother Mrs. Anna Henderson By J. G. Weeks.
601 \V. Lake'Rd., Belle Glade
plaining the five poi \'were, "De-, against a background of I I
SUNDAY: ception" byMrs. CJones"De-,. fern.. in ,inMaysville. Ky. who a accompanied To be published once a week for
.e diem for visit. four successive weeks in a newspaper -
Divine Services 11 A. M. home a I
struction" by Mrs, J, L., McCall:; ; I
School 9:45 A M. ""Dictatorship" by, tlrs; J.;;: D. Lath Pension Plan For > --- I of general circulation in ,
v I :ADS I Palm Beach County.
i am "Death" 'by Mrs. W....S Cr ss, ( .
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I 7 1962.
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B. Glade Employees) 'Pub. Aug. Sept. ,
i The Methodist Church and "Dissolutionment" by Mrs. .
Frank O'Connell. Mrs., Rardin concluded -' -- -- -
Canal Point Florida 'The "G1adeislu "thfe ; .;,,
the' program l by reading : City,: Belle ?fritffiiftsxa8tif>8vttyy.fMonday I" ''" '
I r,. verses 1ft;through 16 from the ten- process of instituting .a_ pension_

Robert A. Shelley, Pastor tlTchapter of Jonn./ :.4. plait for .city employees?;;Bids' Will I. '::1:1Are

SUNDAY: Members voted to hold a?prayer be received. by the City on'Septl 10 .

10:00 a. m.-Church School retreat Wednesday, August'22; with. pension plan" 1 p'roppsals:! for Cattle Sales
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship at the church from 1:30 to 4:00 p. city employees, accor.dtng to a

6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship m. and in'theTewning from 7:30 to' legal' ':advertfse'm'fent: : }iiovH. being

7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 8:30. published.. -.*:.-,: ..'.' "-!$; ,.3v.-4I.F; regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market -

MONDAY: It was announced that the next .. which is owned and operated by more than 120 : .i

3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice meeting will be held on Sept. 10, at SCRUGGS VACATIONMr. Florida Cattlemen. !

.; TUESDAY:, the new home of Mrs. J. E. Will- .'and Mrs. A. H. Scruggs and

.....t v.-. 8:00 p. m.-Woman's .Society iams. son, Horace, left last Saturday fora You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here .

1st Tuesday. The hostess served. refreshments, two week vacation trip. They at this Market. We make an effort at all times to give .
2nd MONDAY: to ten members and one guest planned to visit their soninlawand
outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give us .
: : 7:30 m.-Esther Class meeting an
p. Mrs. J. H. Kelley of Okeechobee. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin
'.. .WEDNESDAY trial.
Padgett at Waldo; their son-in-

'" 7:30 p. m.-Prayer :Meeting Miss Dorothy Hatton law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. .;'
Alvin Garrett in Atlanta Ga. and I

:.First Baptist .Engagement ToldMr. other relatives in Georgia They MONDAY f -
also planned,to spend some time tn SALES EVERY 1 p. m. I

Church, PahokeeGuthrie and Mrs. Joe Hatton Sr., of the mountains of North Carolina. : :

... .
Pahokee announce the engagement, ... -
W. Colvard, Minister and approaching marriage of their Mr.and Mrs. Donald' :B'. Kepp Glades Livestock MarketASSOCIATION

.", Sunday School 9:45 a. m. daughter Dorothy Theresa to returned Wednesday after a

Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. Marcus Lewis Buckner son of Mrs. months vacation spent at Naples.

*J Training Union-6:45 p. m. Margaret Chandler of Pahokee. They were accompanied home by
Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
:Q: Evening Worship-8:00 p. m. The wedding is planned for September their nephew Jon Mock son of On

&t Wednesday Prayer Service 7 and will take place in the Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Mock who Phone WY 6-3028 George Young, Manager

7:30 p. m. chapel of the First Methodist, had been their- guest for two ...

A'vrarm welcome to all. Church at Pahokee. weeks.
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the world that we may be nearingthe Why Pahokee- { CARD OF THANKSWe Kindergarten Will I

ont end of our rope in attempts to wish to express our heartfelt
thanks for the flowers, cards and Open September 4 I
subdue, control or eradicate var- (Continued From Page 1)
other of 'ex-
expressions sympathy
!tYJ ious insects by the use of chemi. Both together would be. Thereforethe : tended-to us following the deathof 1, Mrs. Arch Blakey has announced I

cals. Particularly upsetting are reports principal argument in favor of our beloved brother, Alfred. that the ,wjl -open her Platime 1
the joint facility. And-cost is not a' I Kindergarten" for the"'new school
such as the one by Rachel (Red) Godwin, by his friends in
I I'JI factor since we are already pay- the year on- Tuesday, September 4.
I IMdo I Carson, published recently in three ing and will continue to pay as Rayford Godwin The hotfrS each.":school .day will be I

installments in the New Yorker much as the joint hospital -would Mrs. Letha Davidson from 8:30 to 11:00 a. m. This is the .1

magazine-the last place I'd expect -'cost.Based O. K. Godwin 16th year that, Mrs. Blakey has I
Since: I- assumed the post of to find such a comprehensive, I upon these facts, the Pa- conductedl her*< kindergarten and I

Commissioner of Agriculture' 18 well-documented discussion of hokee Chamber of Commerce feels Miss Velma Williams, daughterof she will'be assisted by Mrs. Carlotta I

months ago, I'm more firmly con- man's failures. in his battles with and recommends that every free- Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williams, is Fernandez-Morrell..
holder in the Northwestern District I
vinced than ever that anyone is nature. able to be out after undergoing -
If this Miss Carson is the writerI would go to the polls on August OLASSIFIED ADS IN THESE
unwise to form, a hasty opinionto surgery at the Everglades:Memorial {
accept a, one-sided argumentto recall, she is a well qualified observer 21st and vote for the joint hos- Hospital. : COLUMNS PAY BIG DIVIDENDS

jump to a conclusion.If a marine biologist and the I pital. We hope our friends in The I
author of two fascinating books i Southwestern District will do the -
on ---
want to arrive well-
you a
life in the sea. Her finding; that same, but we have no right to I I I-I --I-; I
reasnoed, well-informed, sound, mm it 1111
make to them. it+I1111 n n m n n 111 in m in i
logical opinion concerning any numerous insects, including many suggestions They.
that are carriers of diseases to have their own situation to
particular: problem among the consid-1
thousands that confront : which both man and animals are er. We just hope they can THEATRES
us today,
I we do as an opportunity to secure -
Learn Both Sides Of The Story! susceptible, are resistant now to
An 'example is a letter I received chemicals once used to control first class hospital facilitiesfor PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN
them. all the people. of the Glades.
recently from a man in Texas. ..
He, writes: "As you no doubt She suggests that unless a con- ,I Pahokee. Pahokee-Belle Glade Road

know Texas has opened, a screw- tinuing flow of new and potent GRADUATION FROM U OF FLA.
chemicals can be evolved to over- -- 2 BlOFEATUJE8YUNDAYMONDAYTVE8DA-
worm fly producing plant to eventually -
eliminate the screwworm come the recurring cycles of insect Jess Pat Elliott of Pahokee was VSUNDAYMONO

from cattle and livestock indust- resistance, the problems of human among those who graduated from AY-TUESDAY AUGUST- -21

ries. It is stated here the same plan and animal health, and of food pro- the University of Florida, last Sat- AUGUST-% -21
was carried out in Florida and duction, may become greater than urday, at Gainesville. He received "COME

proved 100 per cent successful. ever a Batchelor of Arts Degree.. "THE HORIZONTAL SEPTEMBER"LIEUTENANT"
That within 18 months the screw- That would be a gloomy prospect Among those who attended- the
worms were totally eliminated." I(I but I'm betting that man's graduation exercises from here ROCK HUDSON AND
.However from resourcefulness and ingenuity will were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. JIM HUTTON PAULA GINA LOLLOBRIGIDA
people who have I 1 i I ,
lived there, I have been informed !:i find one way or another to keep I M. Elliott; his brothers, Charles E. PRENTISS AND -ALSO-
: the world of insects and di- Elliott and. Mike Elliott and his
this is i pests
not, true, that all the proj j JACK CARTER "Ain't Misbehavin"s
I seases under control in the grandmother, Mrs. Emma Wheeler. -
J I years
grant'did in that state was to mul- 1
tiply the 'fly population, ruin the I I ahead. ,.,1,,.,,;,,;.,1,,;,,;.,; i ; 5 r i ;,,< ,:,,> ; ; ; i I I II II It It tl M M t 1 i M I 11-I I

beaches,'etc., Somewhere in between
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is probably the' truth, but I

was wondering if you would sup-

ply, me,any information you have ',- 1
available on this subject." A{
Those of us who ,.know what :: :,:" :'

screwworm eradication accomp- '. .
lished for Florida's livestock industry -
,:' .
and wildlife cannot help s
but be amazed that such misinformation -
as the Texas man reports

should be retailed by anyone who
has lived here. -

Fortunately, he did not accept I .
the mis-informed opinions given .::: 't .1' ..... ';,", \
him. He asked for informa- : \ '. .-' -
more if ..... ...
tion, and from an authoritativesource. ,.:';J t

You may be sure he received ,!

.a prompt reply with all the JI.
facts. I. .1 ':
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.Many of' the problems we deal ..yJ
With in the Department of Agricul-

t' ture are of a controversial nature j 1

in that one or more viewpoints as I
to 'their proper solution are apt to
be encountered. But ,the rules and
regulations guiding our enforce-
ment of various laws result from
learning the views of all interested

and affected parties andobtaining f
the most reliable technical infor-
mation available Before they become -
effective. ,.... ., .

One of our most complicatedtasks
: in recent years has been the

formulation of regulations governing -
I ., agricultural chemicals (pesticides -

and fertilizers) so we can

adequately meet our prime jesponsibility -

.; of protecting consumers.:
Involved.here is the use of an ever-
,increasing number of chemicals
and our obligation to see that con-

.f\ ..sumec,health is 'protected from

:. :: .:1 ;'possible*,harmful residues on the
: ; '- produce in Florida.
$.' ?< I foodk we
tp.: tliiC; 1 ? '- +}1yiir obliged, also, to see that
t, .. z..i.' tevery pesticide is labeled with adequate '
.". ... '
information to protect, the : Y, ". '**; .*.

,, user, whether be a farmer' his :. ,
.hired hand, .a< commercial sprayeror "
duster or a' householder.

.: .,When: you start looking'' into FLORIDA'S MOST POPULAR

i Agricultural chemicals, you'd bet- .
, ,.!ter-be: prepared for some confus- ,f
Ion.-First is the problem of America -
ca's' ; supply We have more FAMILYOFGASOLINESOne -;
, ,
than enough now,'but what of the

;future The "organic" school of

thought adhors any food produc- 7
t ; tion that isn't accomplished with ::"
"natural" fertilizers. Chemicals i .' after year. It's the Standard family of gasolines.; Three great gasolines offering ...
they say, including those used to '. _. '" :-. you top performance, whatever your car's requirements: -
from diseases and "
protect crops .l. ', ECONOMY CROWN is a new, lower-priced. gasoline-designed for the Cull curl CIliA
pest are poisoning the y
ravages ."'. .:. many cars on the road that cannot take advantage of" extra anti-knock .
;population. Back in 1933 a book on
.' quality. Supplies all the power such cars can use, at a sa\ing. .
l.this theme, 100 Million Guinea
:Pigs" was best seller. The U., S. '- IMPROVED' CROWN GASOLINE:.Users of regular grade gasoline will 'f

. population then was about 100 find a new gasoline value in improved Crown Gasoline-now at an all- '

million. time high in quality. Moves your car up in performance while holding

/. But there's plenty of evidence ,- ; driving costs down.

!, that without ''chemical fertilizers ...
I .L' IMPROVED CROWN EXTRAThe popular premium gasoline now at an i
and pest destroyers well'never be n'- all-time high in anti-knock quality-designed for those cars requiring the .
able to grow food for the 400 mill- finest in performance characteristics. .
iorj.opuiaUon expected in the U. I : M. L KEEN, AGENT

S/by the year 2,000. ,

:{Onfthe other hand there are STANDARD OIL COMPANYKENTUCKY) PHONE 2S51 CANAL POINT'FLA.I'.f" ,

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