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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: January 1, 1960
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
 Notes
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
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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January 1, 1960 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDINCIRCU'LATING



THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


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trBull Sale Planned 1' Would] Take Grip i Rardin Renamed To! Winners; N dDecorating In Tags Available

Off Of Airfields I Contest I

Friday January 8 National GroupThe Glades.Office Bid.Motor
TALLAHASSEE Aviation Winners of the Christmas deco- .
I Department of the Florida Devel- rating contest sponsored by the Xi

The seventh annual bull sale: opment Commission is an in favor Palm Beach County Com- Alpha Mu Chapter, Beta Sigma vehicle license tags will .

sponsored by Florida Aberdeen-I I of the federal government taking mission has fared will in committee Phi Sorority, for Pahokee Girl be on sale at the County's Glades
Angus Association will get under flying restrictions off some of the appointments in county official Scouts were Eighth Grade Girl Office Building northof Belle

way at 12 noon Friday, January etate's thousands fo acres of air associations on both state and national Scout Troop, first place; Second Glade Monday morning, Jan. 4, according -

8, at the GladeS Livestock Market, space.A levels. Grade Brownie Troop, second to Mrs. George Young,.
Belle Glade. recent proposal by the govern Vice Chairman Paul Rardin, Ca- place; Sixth Grade Girl Scout manager of the Glades branch of-

Association members are offer-' to revoke restrictions on the nal Point; has drawn his fifth con- Troop, third place; Third Grade fice of Stetson O. Sproul, Countytax .
ing 95 bulls this year-more than i iI old Avon Paark bonflnng range secutive appointment as a member collector. '
Brownie Troop, fourth place; and
'twice as many as sold at last year'ssala i and an area near Port St. Joe received of the Roads and Highway 'r This year's tags have yellow
and one of the biggest in association I immediate Development Committee of the National Association Seventh Grade Girl Scout Troop, numbers and letters against a
history. Commission approval. of County Officials. Rardin fifth place. The prize-winning dec-. blue background except for dealer '
All of the bulls are serviceageand Most of Northwest Florida is restricted was also named a member of a.. orations were on display at the and F. O. ''tags which have blue .

Florida-raised therefore ac- in one way or another to special committee on finance and City Library' during the holiday numbers against a yellow back
climated. According to Scott L private planes and there are six taxation, formed by the State Association ground.

French of Loxahatchee, about 60 i such areas south_ .ot. Jacksonville. ,of County Commissioners period. .. There is..one new series in this
percent are over two years ,old, I .4- a group which will serve in an I year's assortment of tags, the
and all are at least 22 months old Rec Area Will Be advisory capacity the state legi College Students "R" tags; which will be issued to
-ready for immediate service. slators. I ,I scooters and motorcycles up to and
French will again be sale manager-, Other appointmentsin_ the State I including five break horsepower
for. the association. Outstanding.One- Association include'*-:Rardin' as: Home For Holiday 'engines.-This type of vehicle in the

Auctioneer the event will. be. i chairman of' the resolutions,, com ** past.baa *-*n,using an "A" tag. -'
Robert Cooper, of Sarasota. mittee; Commisioner Roy'Michael, I I'I GIg 'AI' reagents who reserved
Six consignors make up the rost- A meeting of ,the county, state chairman of the zoning committee;I Among the college students who.I license numbers *or their cars during -
er-Gulfstream Farm at Fort Lau- I Commissioner Kenneth Foster, are spending the holidays with, '
and federal officials last week is 'I 1 October and iv mber may
derdale will be 22 bulls chairman of the utilities committee relatives in Pahokee and Canal
offering pick up their special lu. .nse tags
expected in "one the
to result of
number from .. and Chairman Lake Point are Annette McIntosh, Joyce Mrs..
the largest any one Lytal at the Glades Office Building,
consignor. Circle.Ranch x>f Lake finest fresh water recreationalareas chairman of the health and welfare Spencer, Sara Norris, Susan Johnson -I' Young said.During .

City will have 20 animals to sell in the state," county com- committee. Helen Sheppard, Jan Chastain; the past year, from Jan.

:M & >'Ranch of Loxahatchee offers -. mission vice chairman Paul Rardin The Palm Beach County board Wayne Unwin, Rupert Mock Jr., 5 to Dec. 28, a total of 9,531 motor-
17 bulls,-and'-16 head ai'in predicted this week. drew four of the state association's Bobby White, Nancy Thomas, Cindy I vehicle license tags were issued at
the offering of E1 Clair Farms, 18 committee chairmanships. Friend, Jill McHwain, Judy the Glades Office Building. Duringthe
The recreational area is located Platt, Kenneth McIntosh, Boyd I
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Lake Worth. Knollwood Angus -- same period 277 boat registrations
near 20 mile bend on a main canalof Vorhees and Charles Lairsey, all .
Ranch, Inc., Fort Myers, and S. were issued and there were
the Central ad South Florida
of Florida State
Schipper, Miami, each offer 10 Saloon OperatorsShun University; Kay 740 used car transactions 674
Flood Control
system. Friend Jeanine Mock, Gordon
bulls. sales tax collections, 1,441 tax
Commission Chairman Lake Chase, Wayne Sears, John Guerry,
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Further information concerning statement collections and occu-
Lytal reported that a meeting last The Airport Willard Pat Elliott
the sale is available from George McCurdy, pational licenses sold. The total for
week between the State Road I I Farris Kincaid Danny Mullis,
Young, manager of the Glades the year in State and County license
Dept. FCD, Florida Development David Ramey and Jean Brown, all
Livestcok Market at Belle Glade,
There bidders when fees and taxes collected at
Commission, Federal and State were no of University of Florida; O. G.
or from French, who is manager of Wildlife organizations, county of- the county commission this week I Ryals, Linda Sellers, Penny Brower the Glades Office Building was
M & M Ranch at Loxahatchee.
ficials and State Rep. Ralph Blank, called forbids on operation of a Shirley Kincaid, David Cun- $415.721.72. :Mrs. Young said.
Catalogs also available from
the are resulted in a plan whereby a new cocktail at International ningham Richard Hardaway, Son- a _
same
sources.a 1 a c road road side park and picnic Airport. ny Folds, Fred Blakey, Billy Miller
facilities and boat ramp will be The proposed lounge has loi and Vincent Repper, all of Palm Ne ;Addition ToPaHokee .
.March Of Dips Iq&heduledJan.2nd built on the canal in the near; been opposed by Comm Ission Beach Junior College.

future. Paul Rardin and Roy Michael. I f Also Alvy Early, Potomac State City Halls
(I In other actions this week the When informed Monday the'11'were Junior College;. Ronnie ,Hitchcock
commission: no bids for the lounge, Rar .
and Donald: Thompson, The s
Approved the designation of din chided his (colleagues on the Cita-I
del;, Albert Gamot, for a new addition to the
Commissioner Lake Lytal as chairman board- Mississippi; Joanne Darden, Ann!I Pahokt City Hall, submitted ,by
The New March of Dimes cam- of a:committee to seek college "You mean no one wants to l I Lowe and Susan Young, Jackson Elliott; Cross city engineer, were
' paign in Palm:Beach County will extension courses for ,this area. operate a saloon at the airport- Memorial Hospital School of Nursing -I accepted by the City Council in

begin January 2, it was announced -! The educational classes are desiredat Glory Be!" ; Judy Cunningham, Mather I I regular session Monday night. TheI

this week by 'Kenneth Foster, top ,priority by industrial firms School of Nursing; Jimmy Schoep-i I I plans provide extra space for the
county campaign chairman. I I interested in locating in the coun- Boe Plants TreesIn pel and John Howard Hooks, University police department and jail, the fire

Foster also announced the opening ty.Received of Miami; Neely Johnson,I station and storage room for rec-
of a county March of Dimes a report that Avis and Volusia, County Georgia Tech; Charles Sears, ords on file at the city clerk's--of
headquarters at 301 First Street in I I I Hertz auto rental firms are using David McCoy and George :McEl-! fice. It is estimated the new addition
West Palm' Beach, ,which will be what was described as misleading Councilman Hugo Boe and sons, henny, Emory University; Willie I will cost approximately
under the, supervision .of. Mrs. I advertising in seeking to rent carSto I Robert and Billy and nephew,I Veal Furman University; Gene I'I $75,000.
visitors arriving at Internatonal I Skeets Boe, are spending a weekat !'
James Wade, Lake Worth. Parnell, Florida Southern College; Property owner petitions, for
Airport. Osteen in Volusia county work- Buchanan and Donna Davis, Ave-
Key campaign leaders already Judy new sidewalks on North Elm
appointed.by Foster include. Mrs. .a.WEATHE'R ing at a re-forestation program in Charron-Williams Commercial Col- nue and the west end of Avenueof

Mary Shea, county Mothers : which they plan to plant 8,000 lege; Chat Clark and Wayne El- the Veterans were, approvedand
March; John Causey teen 'age activity slash pine seedling trees ,and do a liott, Arkansas A&M: ; :MargaretRose Streets Superintendent Marvin -
chairman; John Burns, West At U. S. Sugar Plant Field little hunting in their spare time. Kistner, Bell He Commercial t #Cowart was, authorized to'proceed
Palm Beach' chairman and Ber- Station at Canal Point. College. I with plans for building the
nard Grail, benefit chairman.The Date Temp. Rainfall UNCLE DIES IN ALAMO 1 walks. Property owners living on
county chairman said the max. min. inches Pope and Harlan Sears and Mrs. BIRTHDAY PARTY I thv south end of Avenue of the
1960.campaign seeks to raise funds December 23 74 51".oo Blanche Werner have returned :Mrs. Gene Waits entertained at I Veterans requested that the name

for a fight against birth defects, December 24 76 60 U7 from Alamo, Ga., where,they were her home with a party for her of theh street be changed first '
arthritis and polio, thre major December'25 76 61 .28 called by the death of their uncle,, daughter, Becky, who was cele- because' 'he term, "avenue", in this
cripplers that affect one in every December 26, 78 60 JO John Sears. Funeral services were: brating: her sixth birthday anniver-I instance does not correspond to
four U. S. families. The drive will December 27 80 59 .03 held at Alamo on Tuesday. They sary. The hostess was assisted, the city's system of designating
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continue through ,January, reach December 28 80 60 .00 were accompanied home by theix. with the serving of refreshments streets and avenues, and second
ing a climax January 28 with the December 29 72 59 .04 father, H. L. Sears, who was visit. to the 24 guests by Becky's grandmother because of its length. The.Council

traditional Mothers' March.. Average Dec. rainfall 1.40. ing relatives in Georgia at the time Mrs. William Brandon ot:I instructed, City Atotrney Ralph, O,

(continued on page 8)' ., Dec.,1959 rainfall, to date 1.72 ot his.brother's death. I West Palm Beach. (continued. on page 8)..

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Fishing Tourney I I.Eurieral Former Resident Services,


Palm Beach ShoresNational
Funeral services for Mrs. Cora
r ] Whitman Altman, 65, former Pa-
attention will be focused hokee resident, were held In the!
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hewell hadas
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{ on Palm Beach Shores next chapel at the Coker Funeral Home,',, Christmas guests their son and
week where the International Wauchula, ,Wednesday at 7'p.. m.
j family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Andrew -
Association wO-1 Mrs. Whitman Monday afternoon -
men's Fishing died
I ; HewelL Robert is now sta-
II holding its fifth annual Billfish at the home of her son, :
tioned at Williamsburg, Virginia.
Tournament. I Barney Hollis Whitman, in VVa1-1|
After January 4th he will be in
__ chula after a long illness. She made
states and England :
Eight art1 Alaska for 18 months. This is the I
her home in Pahokee in the 1930's
irt the pre-tournament!
represented first Christmas that Robert has
while her husband the late Barney
line-up-some 50 feminine anglers spent at home for the past 25
The Rardin Building In Canal ,Point, Florida who will be seeking to wrst the Whitman, operated a sign-painting years.
tournament championship from business in the Glades area. I
THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF Mrs.: Bev Smith, Palm Beach.. who, Survivors, in addition to her son, R. H. Hewell was a patient at
won the-event last-year. include one daughter, Mrs. Edna I the Everglades Memorial Hospitalfor

:THE; EVERGLADES NEWSServing The tournament, according to Davis, Fort, Myers, and'four grandchildren -j i several days.

Mrs. Ralph Kettler, director,. will Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ludlam had
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without The body was shipped to Hart'sFuneral
: 6 with
get underway Jan. a pre- as holiday guests Mr. and Mrs.
Home, Macon, Ga., for
Week.for More Than 30 Years
Interruption Every tournament dinner and contestants -
Chris and
final rites and burial. Services Boyd Marowe and son, .
Established March 11 1924 -. Published Every Friday meeting. The angleretteswill
will be held at the Canny' Creek Mr. and Mrs J. B. Latter of Taw-
Subscription_ Price $2.00 Year In Advance sail from the Sailfish Center Church, Round Oak, Ga., Saturday j ley's Island, S. C.
docks at 8:30: a. m. Jan. 7 and againon
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn Jan. 8 for two days competition at 3:30 p. m .. J. Mr. and :Mrs. Dave W. Young
Canal Point. Florida, as Second Class Matter on the Gulfstream. Men's Day and -- had as holiday guests their son-in-
the tournament awards dinner will Hatton Home Is law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. R.
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher close the event Jan. 9. The Colo- S. Bowe, and family of St. Augus-
scenc of party
.. nades Hotel will be headquar*"- tine.

for the tournament. I The Beta Omicron Chapter, Beta I Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hendeson
Here Is What Transpired At Monday'sMeeting I In addition to Mrs. Smith, three Sigma Phi Sorority, held its annual ;visited his sister and family in Mi- i

Of The Palm Beach ether tournament champions will I Christmas party at the home; ami over the weekend.Mrs. .
: be making their second bid to take! of Mrs. Joe Hatton, Jr., with husbands -
the event. They are Mrs. Edward! of members attending as Paul Sasser left the first'
County 9mmission II Cosgrove, Minneapolis, Minn., and' guests. Mrs. Milton Salvatore, Mrs.! of the week with Penny and James
Mrs. Dorothea Lincoln Dean and I Lewis Walker, Mrs. C .L. (Lee) I Paul on a holiday tour, heading
__ T .. Mrs. William Borough, both of, Shirley, Jr., Mrs. Carney Wilder, "north until they reached a point
The community of Palm Beach washed away. Middleton said he Palm Beach. Mrs. Richard Thierry and Mts.i. where the children could see their
Shores this week, asked the Coun- 'had no knowledge of such an ,. Other Palm Beach County en-I Hatton were on the committee in j first snow. Their quest ended
ty Commission to replace an erod- agreement.The tries include Mrs Rose Stearns, charge of arrangements. I I Tuesday when they ran into a
ed section of shoreline which the commission declined to approve Mrs. Raymond Kunkel Mrs. Winners of the Christmas decorations -=!i snow storm at Gatlinburg, Tenn.,
town claimed was caused by opera- the request and instructed I George Hill, Jr., Mrs. Polly Carn- contest conducted by the at the northern edge of the Great
tion of a sand transfer plant at the the engineer to write the town officials egie and Mrs. Katherine Crowley chapter were Mrs. J. V. Thomas. Smoky Mountians National Park.

Palm Beach Inlet. pointing out there was no I Quinn, all Palm Beach; Mrs. Orton Jr., best over-all decorations; Mrs. 1>.-"
The property where heavy seas knowledge of the replacement : Dale Jr., Mrs. John Rybovich, Jr., Julian Branch, prettiest tree; Mrs. VISIT THE RAIMEYS
had washed away a section of sand agreement and in adition-that the and Mrs.. Howard Craig, West F, H. Poteete, Jr., best single lee- Mr. and Mrs. Hugh G. Miller, in,

against an inlet jetty, is one quarter county is not in a position to replace Palm Beach; Mrs. Lew Parkinson, oration. .. ... of Cocoa, who have been holiday
mile from the site of the sand eroded beach Palm Beach Shores Mrs. G.
: sand on private i ; B. guests of his parents at Shelby, N.
transfer plant, according to Coun-1 property.The : Odescalachi and Mrs. Iris,Matthes, FILLS PAHOKEE PULPITDr. C., are visiting her parents, Mr.
ty Engineer Steve county commission this I Delray Beach E. Burns Martin of the I I and Mrs. Geo. B. Ramey, in Paho-
the damage is not the responsibility -i week changed the time and placeof Other states in addition to Flor- Northwestern Indiana Methodist'I kee this weekend.
of the county board.. a public hearing on building a ida represented at the tourney include Conference, former pastor of First
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,Middleton told the commission proposed jet airport near West I New York, Conn., Mass., Methodist Churches in South Bend I I -
the property is owned by A. O. I Palm Beach. Rhode Island. Ohio, Minn., Iowa and Hammond. Ind., will fill the I I Mr and Mi's. :Bill Shackd and
Edwards, who developed Palm I The meeting, according to the and Penn. pulpit during the. .morning wor- sen, Richard, spent Christmas with
Beach Shores. He said the erosionat I i chnage, will be held at 2 p. m. at -- ship service at the Pahokee First her mother, Mrs. R. E. Chard and
the end of the Jetty seawall had the Mounts Building, on Military Mr. and Mrs. Basil Todd had as Methodist Church in the absenceof other relatives at Fort Myers.
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bee noted long before the sand 1 I Trail on Jan. 11. holiday guests her brother and the Rev. Clare S. Hall who, to-'.I '
transfer plant was built. : The? need for additional space to I sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Harry gether with his family, is visiting CLASSIFIED ADS
The letter from the Palm Beach display charts and plans was given Dermody, and family. relatives at Concord, N. C. :I PAY BIG DIVIDENDS ", : i
as reason for moving the hearing,
Shores community stated the coun-I '
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ty had agreed to replace sand originally scheduled to be held.
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Student tBnn'l I Christmas Party .... ,

College Students For Hospital Staff I" .

: YOUR BANK .
College students home on vaca- Members of the staff at the : .' _
tion presented a "student nignt"program Everglades Memorial Hospital held .
during; the evening wor- their annual Christmas party \
ship service at the Pahokee First Thursday afternoon of last week

Baptist Church Sunday. A supper with Luke Dufresne, administrator One of the l4 000 selling ::i.
was ;
served to the young people acting as Santa Claus during ; :
taking part by Mrs. Frank Thompson the exchange of gifts among the ,

superintendent of the young 40 persons. attending.On .
Shares in America"m '
people's deparatment, and her com- Christmas Day the food j : .
mittee. trays for the patients at the hos- .
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pital contained special holiday fav-

SHIRLEY CIRCLE PROGRAM crs made by members of the Paho .
Members of the Gertrude Shirley kee Garden Club. The nurses' station : More 14,000 banks :front coast r..

Circle will present the programand halls and lobby were beauti- 'to coast each day perform an outstanding .
act as hostesses at the January fully decorated for the holiday sea-
I service for their! customers
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meeting of the Pahokee Methodist son by Mrs. J. W. Ludlam ,a mem-

Woman's Society of Christian Ser- ber of the hospital's..... office staff. V their' community, and the_na- f. ;.

-vlce at'the church Monday'night at tion by selling Shares-In-America- ...
GUESTS OF YQUNGS .. .
:g o'clock. Mrs. 'Duncan 'Padgett-;
president, will preside at the business Dr.., and Mrs.. Wilburn C. Young .' ,U.S. Savings Bonds. n 4 t
: session. and family had as holiday gUestshis .
Every family benefits, every community -
.... mother, Mrs. Daisy Brink of b .4t. .
Daytona Beach; and her brother .... profits because, of ..bank ;

and sister-in-law, Mr, and Mrs.J. '. ing's leadership in promoting: this >, f ;'
; Winfield Mitchell and. daughters -
Classified Ads Peggy and Judy, of Hartford all-American thrift program.:: To- -J y.. .

... County, Maryland.- ... day, 40 million Americans own :
FOR SALE:.New,and used Wily billion of 4
than worth
PASTOR RETURNSThe more $42 ,
Jeeps. Walter Ashley's GarageIn
Belle Glade,Phone 30&8. Rev. and Mrs. C. D. Stewart U.S. Savings Bonds. .

Oct. 174H-CH.I will weekend.return from to a Canal holiday Point visit with this Today Bonds are better,than evev '. Chances are-your banker ene'

SUBSCRIPTION expiration dates their son-in-law daughter, Mr.'! Every Bond bought since June 1,' aged you to buy your fet Bavicgs j

to this newspaper are marked and Mrs. Bradley, in Tennessee, 1959 now 3%% at maturity. Bonds. The .next "time visic I
c ri*your name label as it comes to and their,son, Charles Stewart, at .pays : youbank
,,.o --each;week. Check the date on Statesboro. Ga. Even your elder Bonds will earn: ur fake ,time to thank ***"tan f "
That is date to renew _
Sours.: your .
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Weft.b looking for a chick.Thenks BIBLE STUDYVEEK extra %% from June 1 tot for his good advice; and boy aa'jxtra .

The Everglades News. ;January Bible Study Week will maturity. .-JI Bond-. while: you are tEr'e,./ F. ;"

PRINTING OF ALL ,KINDS. If be observed at the Pahokee First

you need cards, envelopes,letter Baptist Church Jan. 4-8> when the -
heads bill heads, handbills Rev. James E. Boyd will teach .
statements,
or'something in the printing from the first and second chaptersof Wizen you buy U. S. Savings Bonds
is invited to .
and call Timothy. Exeryone
liner just step to the phone

The Everglades News at Canal join in these classes.-.. ... than ;
Point, No 2661. We are experts in: you save more money 1
producing excellent printing and !
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our.prices are inline with out of I .. f
town printers who come to the The U.s. Government does not pay for thfrj i
Glades for printing business. Please l '. ; ::The Treasury Department thanks, /or.their patriotic *,,. ;::1
or IJIRl Y.iii. ,*
donation The Advertising Council ana
give us a:call.. Phone 2661.. .;. '
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I I' (['PERSONAL: NEWS: : fill I II' P N11H1ORI.t9 -,I II I I I t----guests Mr.Mr., Mr.daughter and and their and Mrs.Mrs.son-in-law Mrs.of W.Ross Mobile M.Fred Speer DuBose and, Ala.Wintersand have daughter were as.



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: Mr. and Mrs. Sam Berry had as Mr. and Mrs. THEMSSIOHPIAY. I I holiday, guests of relatives tln Columbus '

_, holiday guests their son Ronnie Jacksonville were ------------I !. I Ga., and Goodwater, Ala.

:Berry, Franklin, Ga.; her brother, of her brother and flf633; THE BUBONIC T i I Mrs. Gene Pickren and children

.,.w E. C. Cowart, and son, Miami, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bush, and fam I AGUE STRUCK THE ( : f i arc visiting her mother In Atlanta -
SMALL BAVAR/AN t' I
f his ,brother and sister-in-law, Mr. fly in Pahoke over the weekend.Mr. I i VILLAGE OFO8ERAMMERGAU jt, Ga.
and Mrs. Berry, Boynton I
Jerry
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and Mrs. C .A. Canipe former ;\ C
Beach. GERMAN TAKING: ;
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Pahokee residents now living at SS UVES... Clenithan Jr., of Bradford, 'S. C.,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Beverly and Riviera Beach, visited friends in i were holiday guests here of his

sons of Ochlochnee, Ga., arrived :n the Glades area on Monday. f; 4 f : father and Mrs. McClenithan, CpL
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Canal Point Tuesday for a visit I McClenithan returned recently to
', with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Malay' spent the States after a year of over-

L: G. Boynton. While here they will Christmas with their son and I I -., seas, duty at Okinawa.
Mr. and Mrs. L. II THECKOSSUSEPlttTHE .>
Pahokee. daughter-in-law,
also visit relatives in I
I I. Maloy, Jr., inVest Palm Beaa h. -r DISTRAUGHT Miss Glenda Sears of."Canal
CRUCIFIXION
.i Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Maxwell I II SCENE WEIGHS THE CITY Point visited her uncle and aunt;
Mrs. Bell Herring is spending Mr. and Mrs.
1? had as holiday guests her grandmother 2OOPOUNPS. J f E1oER5MET Hilburn Murphy, and
:' Mrs. James Beasley. the holidays in Winter Haven wither .. 'Y' BEFCi4ETHE family at Clewiston during the
1 Statesboro Ga. her parents Mr.I I I son-in-law and daughter, Mr. ;ALTAR 0P57. ROCCO'S: CHURCH ANP holidays.Mrs. .
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and Mrs. Isham Harris and
family.
" and Mrs. W. E. Beasley, Savannah. TAKEN EYFKYTEIV YEARS THE VfLLAGEWOULP A. L. (Jack) Pope was a
' Ga.; her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Phillips and con. /_ PRESENT A PAGEANT PEPlCTT.'IG mESGlFfER1MGANOOEATNOFCHRIST.MIRACULGVJLY : guest of her sister, Mrs. Effie

: Mrs. Jack Beasley, Statesboro, Gerald, acompanied by her daught- / PLAGUE TOOK NO MORE UVE3f ANP THEPIEOGE OF THE I Woodward, at Stuart over the
( ? and her sister, Mrs. Willette er-in-law, Mrs. Richard Phillips of THE v7l/AGE S- HAS BEEN KEPT TO TH/S 0AY. weekend.
I Toerge, and son, Eric Savannah. Belle Glade spent Christmas with I
i fIN I96O THE PASSION PLAY WIlL BE PRESENTS?AGAIN FROM .1 I Buck Hall left Tuesday for a
her and Mr. ,
, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Williams and son daughter-in-law, MAY THROUGH SEPTEMBER BY A pf
t. and Mrs. Charles Phillips in Mi CAST OF 900 VILLAGERS. THE AUPiTORIUM 1 I, t two weeks' visit with his parentsand
daughter, Linda, of Trion, Ga., are : ,
ami. there OFOBERAAQMERGAU HaOS !9 .' other relatives at Evansville,
They were joined by j
Mr. ,
holiday guests of her parents,
Ind.
6OOO SPECTATORS; YET IN/9S0,
her Richard who at
and Mrs. L. I. Maloy, in Pahokee. son, Phillips, MORE THAN SOO,000 REQUESTS '' t
the present time is employed at FGATJc.kHAD TO BE DENIED = 'J t a Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Phillips of

Kenneth Williamson returned i it I Homestead.Mr. I ALTHOUGH THERE WERE MORE THAN I Jk 1.. 1 Wauchula and their son, Mote
t Sunday to his home in Chicago, 111., i SO PERFORMANCES. BECAUSE OFTHIS.AMERCAN I\ 1 Phillips of Naples Christ-
spent
and Mrs. M. J. Spooner of ,
his EXPRESS TRAVEL
visit with ]
after a holiday parents ,
in
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Fort Lauderdale were weekend SERVICE WILL OFFER EUROPEAN ._ .
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. William-
f : guests of his mother ,Mrs. Butler TOURS THROUGHOUT THE SUMMER ."':;z.1 ren, Mrs. Jack Verhulst, Mrs. Paul
son. I :INCLUDING TICKETS FOR THE "" -. Sasser and Jack
and fam-
t I, I I Spooner, In Pahokee. PASSION PLAY = ..., ;;;' Phillips
Mr. and Mrs. Harris Folds and I ? .-.-
/ Mr. and Mrs. Lester Her of West, ilies.Mr.
children have returned from .
a ,., : and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux
visit with his mother at Palm Beach were dinner guests
holiday' and her Mr. and Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Grady I I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harris are The Rev. and Mrs. Robert A. I were accompanied home this weeic
Leesburg parents,
:Mrs.'H. J. Clause at Lake Kerr. Chancellor, and while here visited moving to Inglewood Fla., where I Shelley and family will return to I from Pine Park, Ga., by their
t their son-in-law and daughter, Mr.I they will make their home while their home in Canal Point this I granddaughter, Lindell Chastain,

Leigh Ann Shirley, fouryearold -I.1 and Mrs. Lester Hand and family. he is working in that. area for the weekend after a two weeks' visit after spending several' days there
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Florida Power and Light Com with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. with their son-in-law and daughter -

Shirley, Jr., returned home this Mrs. Frank O'Connell ,accompanied pany. Boardwine, at Saltville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Chastain,
week from Good Samaritan Hospital by her son-in-law and daughter -i and family.
underwent Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sganga,I Mr. and Mrs. Luther M. York Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson have

operation.Mrs.where. she an and family of New Smyrna Beach I spent the holidays with relatives in: returned from a holiday visit with Mr. and Mrs.. E. D. Suns Jr.,

visited her brother and sister-in-I Tennessee.Mr. relatives in Georgia and Alabama.Mr. I were joined in a holiday visit with
Edna Barrett had holi- relatives at Daytona Beach by her
as law, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Knight,I
day guests her sister, Mrs. E. A. and family at Riviera Beach Sun-] and Mrs. Pope Sears had as and Mrs. Russell N. Collins mother, Mrs. Nannie Mallory, of

Forbes and niece,.Mrs. S. Irla, and day. I holiday guests their nephews and and son Tommy, of Fort Mead I Richmond i. Va., Mrs. Mallory plansto
children fo West.Palm Beach niece Miss Ann McBride, Jackie Md., have returned home after a spend two weeks with her son-
Mrs. Hugo Boe is visiting her I and Guy McBride and Rickey Ar- holiday visit here with her parents, in-law and daughter in Pahokee

Mrs. R. C. Myers was able to parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mitch go, all of Alamo, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Gillis. j I before returning to Virginia.

return home the past week from ell, at Winter Haven this week.

St. Mary's Hospital West Palm Members of the Pahokee Metho- -

Becah, where she was a patient for dist Youth after i -
Fellowship, serenading -
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Sara Norris, student at Florida with carols Christmas Eve, were .

State University, spending the entertained at the home of the

i holidays here with her parents.Mr. Rev. and Mrs. Clafe S. Hall, where

and Mrs. Ellis Murphy were they were served refreshments by I .hero make the varsity ?
Mrs. I. M. Lair, Mrs. Hugo Boe
hosts at their home at a Christmas
Mrs. Lowe, and Mrs. Hall host-
Eve party. esses.

Jane Ryals is spending the holidays -
Mrs. William Brandon, former
with her brother-in-law and ',
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Pahokee resident now living in .
sister, FHP Sgt. and Mrs. C. M West Palm Christmas ,.', .. I
,Beach spent ::: ::: : lv. : :,:% '
Williams, and family at Jackson
ville. here with her son, .Gene

Waits and family. :, .
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,Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Erickson had ,J- .i ) s/Y'FiYK /
\R.VSW9 as guests their nephew and niece, ; ; ;> '

: Mr. ,and Mrs. Norman Nelson of. ; ,

Dixon HL ,V'

R hS.tk ewIW Mrs. Martin May and childrenof 1
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Atlanta, Ga., visited her broth- "., .'
er-in-law and sister, Mr.. and Mrs. .

Arnold Barad, in Canal Point.J. ..
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B. Barfield. has returned to "
Ah
c Swainsboro after a' month's .visit ,

.. with relatives in Canal.Point. -

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t Mr. and Mrs. W. D. .(Bill) How-

..::.. I w wt ard and son, Billy, were holiday
Ii guests of her mother, Mrs. Bertha

Starling and- uncle;,Leroy Henderson -
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: ti Children fo 'the employes of the I \

LrI1Th1A Florida Power and Light Company
in the Pahokee area enjoyed a
; Christmas party at the home of Think of it-your son playing first And the sooner you get started, the '

.&: % "2> .... o.nt Sunday' FTWtV Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Reeves. Santa string on his college team! easier it will be. If you start today

).':\d1:'>> l Claus was present to distribute If you're like most parents, it's a chances are you'll have an educational --
..; 18i Mi gifts .to the 50 children attendingand dream you've always cherished. fund for your child in time, .
-i) APRIL refreshments were served. And'the chance to be a football star to'send him off-college. ".."" ;

it H" is just one of the many opportuJust tell your pay office how much. ., : .w: :
r;; \ "i'A'h..tVV Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Reeves had as nities open to the boy who goes to" you want to save. Each payday, !.. ;:
1 i holiday guests his brother and sis- : '
be -
l college. There are far more imporautomatically, your money will .
IVIflVtftAC:, '
: ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. o >
be too values invested in U.S. Series E ;
tant values to gained, Savings. -
i ; )'A tyti U tEt :: Reeves and daughter, Dee Nelda, '
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you don't want your son to miss Bonds-the Bonds that now pay a: ;
Ht'1f2ft RAC F of Orangeburg, S. C.? and.son, H. out on.Here's. new, higher interest of 3%% at: ,- '
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B. Reeves Jr., of Coacoa.Mr.
$ ,:ADMISSION$ an easy way for'you.to give maturity. And your child's educa'y: .

'FR J RKING' f x and Mrs. Fulton Harveyhad your child a college education. Get tion-will be provided for by money. ;;
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>- i. 1 as guests her son and daught- together necessary money you $
er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob through the Payroll Savings Plan.roll Savings today! t S !

Kinter, and daughter, Sharon, of .

'< Meshoppen Pa. When you buy U. S. Savings Bonds: ,'

Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Mulkey.,Jr., .
i< and children have returned to save more than 1
4 money ,
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> +, ,. i l>;. ,; Vienna Ga, after a holiday visit :. :.c-Jou : 4

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I. Dr. W. C. Young.-Canal -Point I distributor along with his brother- -

Physician. in-law.. Jack Barrett, now deceased
Johnnie Thomas-Pahokee: Gulf
Distributor long before the Rotary club

. Canal Point First St. Mary's Catholic Personal ItemsMrs. Paul Rardin-Canal Point Newspaper was organized in 1929. He became

Publisher. s. member of the club in 1932 and
r Baptist Church ChurchFather
, The three above named Pahokee is also a past president.Paul .

\ David Cronin Pat Bosworth has returned Rotarians were awarded 25 year Rardin became a memberof
Elder R. E.Barfield
f SUNDAY SUNDAY :MASSES from a holiday visit with friendsin service plaques at the regular the club on October 25, 1934.
: First two masses of the month Orlando. I meeting of the club in Pahokee on During that time he has been associated -
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10:00 a. m.-Sunday School 11:00. Thursday, Dec. 24, 1959.I with The Everglades Newsat

,, 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship Other Sundays at 7:30. Earl Maxson returned to his I Dr. Young who has practiced Canal Point where he is owner- .
f 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. hcme at Canal Point Tuesdayfrom- i medicine in Canal Point for more publisher.. He served two years as

w.-: 8:00 p. .-Evening Worship the Everglades Memorial Hospital.The than a quarter of a century becamea secretary-treasurer of the club
WEDNDESDAY The Church Of God
: member: of the' club in 1932- and also as president.The .
; 7:30 Rev. and Mrs. Clare S. Hall
p. m.-Midweek Prayer Of Prophecy PahokeeCanal three years after the club was presentation was made by
! Service and children left Monday for a twoveeks'
founded.. He is a past president President C. Williams, whose
2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: visit with her parents, Mr.
bf the organization. step-father S. W. Powell was a
Point Road .
7:30 m.-Ladies and Mrs. W. R. Lackey, at Concord
p. Auxiliary
Johnnie Thomas was Gulf Oil charter member of the club.
John Kinard
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Meeting. pastor N. C. 1- .
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'11:00 a. .-Preaching Service Mr. and Mrs: Merle Agner and I his bride the former Joan Miller of'!

: First Baptist I 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service children of Indianapolis, Ind., are I Keansburg, New Jersey. A family Rep Cowart Hurt

: 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. holiday guests of.,his mother, 'Mrs.I reception was held for the newly-

#, Church, Pahokee I 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. Pearl Agner, and brotherinlawand weds on Christmas Night at the Seriously By Fan

i;< Rev. James-E. Boyd pastor Everyone! welcome.: Special music 'sister, :Mr. and Mrs. Homer home of Lee Kahle at Palm City.

SUNDAY SERVICES: and sinerincr. Barnes, in Pahokee.Mr. Also visiting the Kahles is Mrs.
Kahle's mother Ida Blanchard of
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9:45 a. .-Sunday School --8! and Mrs. Charles C. Stokes Reppart Cowart, about 65, own.

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Church Of God had as holiday guests her parents, Petoskey, Mich. er of Cowart laundry and dry

6:45 p. m.-Training Union Mr. and Mrs. Leon Smith; brother, Mrs. Paul Rardin will return to cleaning plant was scalped Wed.
8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship Barfield Highway Donald Smith; brother-in-law and nesday afternoon when he acci-
her
home in Canal, Point today
, WEDNESDAY: sister, Mr. and. Mrs. F. Gray and dently fell head first into a win
8:00 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. 9:45 A. M.-Sunday School daughter, and Joe Malfitano, all of from Glennville, Ga., where she dow fan at his plant.
. -- 11:00 A. M.-Morning Worship Bridgeville, Del. spent Christmas* with her mother, The attending physician reported -
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7:00 P. .-L. W. W. B (Par. I Mrs. W. O. Strickland. Her mother that it took 100 stitches to restore -
f First Methodist- sonage) Miss Anita Cowart and Rex will reutrn with her for a visit. the \scalp, which had been

t Church, Pahokee 7:30 P. .-Evening Worship Selzer have returned to Jacksonville The Rev. and Mrs. Bertis Fair, rolled up on the victim's foreheadby
7:30'P. M. .1'uesday-Prayer Meet. after a holiday visit with her the fan blades.
F- missionaries to migrant families
rE ing parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cow- The physician reported that the
E from the Southern Convention
Baptist
Rev. Clare S. Hall
7:30 P. M. art, in Pahokee.Mr. .
Friday-children's
f only thing, that saved Cowart froma
,1. SUNDAY: Church will be guest speakers at
fate the fact
possible worse was
9:45 Church and Mrs. Lester Dean of the Sunday evening worship service
: a. m.- School 7:30 P. M. Friday-Y. P. E.
that the victim bald.
was
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship I ISt..P.eter's Ruston, Fla., who were holiday of the Pahokee First Baptist
The accident reported to have
6:45 p. m.;MYP guests of his parents Mr. and Church.
occured when Cowart to
7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship Lutheran Mrs. T. L. Dean in Pahokee, were I attempted
Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Howell haveas look out the plant window to supervise -
TUESDAY: Church Belle Glade Accompanied last weekend by his I I
guests this week Mr. and :Mrs. workers outside. He apparently -
7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac mother on a visit of relatives in I
Hugh Howell of Bunnell, Fla. Both lost his balance and toppled
ticeWEDNESDAY Erwin J. Baumgartner, Pastor Mobile, Ala., and Bainbridge, Ga.
families spent Christmas at the into the blades or the window: fas.
: 601 W.Lake.Rd.. Belle GladeSUNDAY I
r 7:45 p. m.-Mid-Veek devotions : I Visiting the Roland Kahles :it home of A. Q. Howell's brother- Cowart was taken to the Ever

- 8:30 p. m.-Senior Ohoir practical Divine Services 11 A. :M. Hooks Apartments over Christmaswere in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. glades Memorial Hospital in Pa-
Bruce I Coleman Hall, at LaBelle. hokee.
School 9:45 A. :M. Kahle of Navy and

. The Pahokee ChurchOf .

The Methodist Church
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Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 SUNDAY: 'ANTIDOTE

SUNDAY SERVICES: 10:00 a m.-Church School

9:45 a. m. Sunday School. 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship

lltOO a. m.-Sunda Worship. <(1:30< p. m Youth Fellowship .
8:30p. m. -Juniors. I
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meeting. 1st Tuesday2nd HOMESICKNES'$ :
"Where you are a stranger but MONDAY: ,
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f' Canal pt. Missionary 7:30 p. m.Prayer. .. Meeting o ,For the boy or girl-away from'home-at college. .

Baptist! Church :. \.

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Rev. Charles D. Stewart, Pastor .,'
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6:30 p m.-Training Union M. Wendell Hainlin,, Vicar '. ..J.!:.", "'': ..
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship SUNDAY: "
WEDNESDAY: 10 a. ra. Sunday School

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Page Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, January: 1, 1960
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". children each year in permanent Watch Night Is


t ON f'H/S W R D7up;.. Child Adoption adoptive The the Society generous homes.is supported contributions largelyby of I Held By MYF GroupA

Calls For
_________ ___ StudyJACKSONVILLEIn thousands of individuals,, families, New Year's Eve watch night .
![ .. ; ,rThc $ I IIf. and organized groups throughoutthe service was held at the Canal Point I

NAPOLEON MAX A GREAT 1959 Florida state. It receives also allocations Methodist Church under the spon-
"- I" of from twentyfourof sorship of the Methodist Youth
,, CONTKIBUTtOH TO MAN WElL- newspapers contributed thous- money
l BEING WHEN HE PRESENTED THE ands of lines of hews and editorial the thirty-four Community Fellowship group, with W. E.
f f,,: 't, FRENCH GOVERNMENT'S AWARD. I comment on one of the gravest social Chest-United Fund organizations Blackwell MYF counselor in
t- TO NICOlAS APPERTA PAWS/AH conducting annual campaigns in charge of arrangements. A. recrea-
i-' 4. CHEF FOKH& INVENTION OF problems facing our great I I
," THE METHOD TO PRESERVE state-the problem of providing; Florida in 1959.Santa's tion program from 8:30 to 10 p. m.
{< YAiI fOOPS. more protective adoption servicesfor 1 I was followed by a religious service

k J ISOHf ANNIVERSARy more than two thousand child- which ended with the arrival of the
THE Gift Is New Year at 12 midnight. A motion -
in un-related
:7 r OF TfE BIRTH OF ren placed adoptive
' CANNED FOOPS homes in Florida each year. picture relating to the activi-
APPEKT
; NICOLAS /5 BEING t I In 1951 there were only 868 Said Dangerous ties of Martin Luther during the .

CELEBRATED adoptions legalized by court petitions Reformation was shown. Miss Betty -
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: APPERT SPENT EXPERIIN WRING9'0 EVERY CMU2EPMENTIN& L4 ; in 1955 there were 1484; in I 'Johnson, soloist, sang, "The
; 1 YEAK5 "
r WITH NATlON.APPEKTJEATING ; ?* r 1958 there were 1860. Of these 868 TAMPA-One of Santa's most Holy City. Miss Janette Harrington -

'TIME5 RECOGNIZED IANP adoptions, licensed agencies plac-' popular "toys' 'this year Is a potentially gave the devotionals.
'- TEMPERATURE, AS A 'fJENEFACTOI'( > j I instrument -- .
487
ed 280, 353, and respectively.This dangerous ,
STIlL IMPORTANT THE MOST Of HUMANITY indicates that only about one the Peninsula Motor Club has I HUNDLEY OPEN HOUSEMr.

FACTORS THE : child in four placed in adoption in, warned. and Mrs Lloyd Hundley en-

CANNING PROCESS .-i ; Florida has the benefit of the careful -I Marvin L. Holloway, president tertained with an open house hon-
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....- .._.._.--t. rt.I .. '- F planning and proper selectionof I of the AAA affiliation, referred to oring their holiday house guests,
-- =-- I I his permanent home. I the lawnmower-engine poweredcars Mr. Hundley's four sisters, Mrs.Ruth .
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'...hroPAY -"""-,.""". The birth trends and population that are selling so .>* in retail Reida, :Mrs. Fern Camp ell,
growth in Florida indicate that by stores. One child wash\ lIed in Mrs. J. B. Coleman and Mrs. Mae

<< WORLP ECONOMISTS 1965 there will be over 3000 child- Miami when he drove his art intoa Reida, all of Kansas. The hosts

CONSIDER GREATEST ACHIEVEMENTS POOP CANNING BECAUSE ONE OF MANS: S ren placed in adoptive homes in street and was struck by an auto-, were assisted by Mrs. Leo Maxwell -

1 HAS FREED US FROM PEPSNPEtiCE ON Florida each year; by 1970 the mobile. Mrs. James Moore, Mrs. H.

LOCAL AM ANNUAL HARVESTS. ANNE ,xa yicI --- figure will be well over 4000. The carts reach speeds of 12 to M. McIntosh and Mrs. J. T. Pick-

FOOPS AFFORD EVERYONE A PLENTIFULmac With the national average of 15 m. p. h., but are not allowedon ett. Refreshments were served to

SUPPLY COMPLETE OF NUTRIENTS ANP VAR/EP/ET ANPA licensed agency placements being streets, highways or sidewalks approximately 50 guests.

0 ON A YEARKOlINPMRU7 Y I I about 55 percent today (a few Vacant lots are about the only .

I WII7E BAStS. s .i: states average over 90 percent) places they can be legally operated. MRS. CROSS HOSTESSMrs.

r Florida's status ,in this critical so- \ .. F. W. Cross will be hostessat
{ /OO.OOOf::: OOO CANS ANP IJAR5
OF FOOP ARE OPENED Y cial problem is not in keeping with Sorority Members the January meeting of the Ca-
OALYN THE u.s. ;,:'- t the spirit of progress arid planned nal Point Methodist Woman's So- I

-: --. -- .- :.LL community development that distinguishes Have Annual Party ciety of Christian Service to be ,
'" our state among the entire t.eld'in the social hall at the church

fifty United States today. Members of the Xi Beta Tau Tuesday night at 8 p. m., with the I
also took an active part in a recent
March Of Dimes Is- polio television show to raise fundsto The-problem of bringing protec- Chapter. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, president, :Mrs. W. E. Blackwell,

meet financial emergenciesfaced tive services to more homeless held their Christmas party. at the to preside. Mrs. Earl Maxson will I

(continued from page 1) by the county chapter in children is the focal'point of action home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles present the program, "The Golden

"The National Foundation, .Fost-I of still under Florida's. largest,and only statewide Wilkinson, with husbands attend- Cord of Service."
care polio patients ,
er said, "has become the treatment in this area. adoption agency-The Child-I I ing as guests and participating in -
a fight against crippling diseases. ren's Home Society of the exchange of gifts. Mrs. Wilkinson VISIT THE KEYS

The .foundation hopes to provide To- Since 1955, the Society has serv-'o chairman of the social committee Mrs. Lloyd Hundley and son,

patient aid, as funds permit, to New Addition ed just over 12 percent of all the was in charge of arrange- Wayne, accompanied by their

children under 19 stricken by arth- children placed in unrelated adopt- ments. house guests Mr. Hundely's sister,
ritis and certain birth defects. Aid (continued from page 1) ive homes in the state. To main- .. Mrs. Ruth Reida, Mrs. Fern Camp-

to polio victims will continue." Johnson to draw up a resolution tain this percentage of placements Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kolstad and bell, Mrs. J. B. Coleman and Mrs.

Also planned, Foster said, are a changing the name from "Ave- in the growing need for licensed!I L I Mrs. Pearl Kinney were Christmas Reida, all of Kansas, spent Tues-

program of medical research to nue of the Veterans" to "North- agency services, by 1970 the Society -I I I dinner guests. of Mr. and Mrs. day and Wednesday sightseeingin -

solve the problems of arthritis and east Second Street." will be placing well over 5000 j![ Hugo. Boe. the Florida Keys and Key West.PictureofaProimse .
birth defects and a vigorous program Bids for the purchase of a new I

I of education for the health tractor-bulldozer for the streets -- r
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professions,. with health scholar- department were opened at the
ships for high school graduatesand meeting and that of the Glades

college students playing an Equipment Company (9,022.11) I .
.important role. was accepted. Bids for the pur-

Foster, who is a Palm Beach chase of a new garbage collection

County Commissioner, has long truck chassis and packer body, also

\ been associated with the county opened at the meeting, were tabled

chapter of the polio foundation and for study. Action will be taken on

has served as a director of the these five bids at a special meeting --

chapter for: several years. He has 'Wednesday night. \

previously served as county chair City Clerk Patsy Batchelor was "
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE request by Tunney Murphy ;-. .'. J..
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT .':
that the city Install a culvert in !l
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR PALM .
BEACH COUNTY.In front of his property on Barfield < '
Chancery No. 59 C 1831-B 4E I
ALICE DKWU1HST. : Highway for use under a proposed ; .,"
Plaintiff : driveway was referred to Streets
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Commissioner George '
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You are hereby notified that Alice .".";. '
Dewhlnt has filed a Bill of Complaint FAMILY REUNIONMr. .
against for divorce and you are required -
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to serve a copy of your answerto and :Mrs. John E. Wilson,
the complaint on the Plaintiffs at- accompanied by her father, E. A.
torney, Thadd Whldden. P. O. Box 395.
Pahokee. Florida and file the original King of Norman,.HL, who has been

answer Circuit in Court the office of Palm of the Beach Clerk County.of the their house guest, ,and by their Sure,.she'sa grand old f fag.That's ;
Mr. and .
Florida on or'before the llth '. January.- 1960; :r you fall so .to do Mrs. Milton Salvatore and Mr. and (

Judgment you by lor default the.;relief_will demandedIn be takenagainst Mrs. F. E. Gillis and families, and! That's why we pledge allegiance to her. j

the complaint. -, .- :Mrs. Richard Thierry, attended a! That pledge, in its simplest terms, ;'ly? '1w" ,.
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9 of December.
Dated this day .
ALEX ARNETTE family reunion .and dinner at the is another way of saying."Count me V's 't r.-

Clerk of_ Circuit. ,Court home of Mrs. Wilson's brother,and jn. You're my country and I love you .
Circuit Court Seal)
( .By J. U. Blackburn. sister- n-Iaw. 'Mr. and Mrs. A. J., .... and need you. Your problems are Y

Deputy Clerk King, at Fort Lauderdale. Mr.King f my problems, and I'm with you : .. w x s>' "!
Thadd WhIdden
remained in Fort Lauder- "
Attorney for Plaintiff all the way. t. 1
P.'O.Box 395 dale for an extended visit with his
Pahokee. Florida Your country's biggest single I
and family.
Pub .Dec,11. 18. 25.'1059.Jan. 1. 1960. son problem is the perpetual responsibility .

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