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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 8, 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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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Sheppard Installed Juvenile Worker Junior College



Worshipful MasterOliver Talks PTA Group Offers SpecialsBeginning


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H. installednew Miss Julia Emerson girls' coun-
Sheppard was Monday February 1,
selor for the Juvenile Court West
,
Palm Beach Junior'
worshipful master of Ever- x'3 College will of.
Palm Beach was guest speaker at fer of Modem
Principles Mathematics
glades Lodge No. 211, F. & A. M., the January meeting of the Canal for students with special-

at the annual installation of I
new Point Parent-Teacher Associationheld
interest in mathematics and for

officers held in the Masonic Hall 6 c vRkfp ,9 in school auditorium Monday students in the non-physical sci-

at Pahokee Tuesday night. night 'with Mr& Joe Cherry Jr., ence program who desire a broader -

Other officers inducted were J. ,president, presiding. mathematical background than

H. Bordeaux, senior warden; R. E. Introduced by Floyd Erickson that offered by the specialized

Hughes, junior warden; R.,R. Hen- s,. program chairman, the speaker mathematics courses. Principles of

derson, treasurer; S. J. Baggett looked upon delinquent children, Modern Mathematics deals with

secretary; A. W.. Jones, chaplain; %4, with their anti-social attitude toward the logic' of mathematical pro-

A. R. Harrington, marshal; H. H: life, as end results, for the cesses, the logical structure of

Sears senior deacon; ,M.. H. Miller most part, of breakdowns in fam- FRED O. DICKINSON numbered systems, elementary

junior deacon; Douglas Gillis, sen- ily life. Conditions outside the set theory and functional relationships -'

ior steward; A. V. Hughes junior home sometimes contribute to the Fred 0. Dickinson and :application to theoriesof

steward; and George Johnson, delinquency of a child, but it is us- probability, and statistics.

tyler. I ually discord in ,family relationships Specialized courses in the field
B. ELLIOTT
The installing officers were three a lack of understnading, love Runs For GovernorThis of mathematics which will beginon

past masters ,of Lodge 211: P..E. and consistent disiplinary actionon the same' date include College

Hall who served as installing Former LegislatorIs the part of parents that causesa Algebra Trigonometry, Slide Rule,

master; A. R. .Harrington, install- resentful and embittered child to week finds State Senator Basic Mathematics H, College

ing marshal, nad A. Q.,Howell, installing become delinquent, she said. 'Fred O. "BUD" Dickinson of West Mathematics for General Educa-

Seriously 111 With seven workers with Palm Beach an active candidate
only
chaplain.C.
tion and Mathematics of Business.
I
R. Wetherington, Jr., retiring juveniles hi. the County all of e..I for governor subject to the will Descriptive Geometry-a studyof

worshipful master, was ,presentedwith time available must be spent on of the voters in the forthcomingMay graphic representation of basic

master's with Former State Representative and the rehabilitation of the delinquentchild I primaries. The Senator's an-
a past jewel, geometrical elements and the solu- ,
A.. Q. Howell making the presentation Pahokee resident for many years, with no time.left for the bad nouncement for that high officeis tion of related space problems will
B. Elliott
is seriously ill in Duke
on behalf ,of, the lodge. Re- University ly needed prevention work that i printed in full herewith: be offered on Tuesday evenings
Hospital at Durham I ,
freshments were served at the might help a child.from becoming friends the
My and fellow citizensof and Engineering Drawing -
N. C., following a major operation I
close of the meeting.Pahokee a delinquent, according\ to :MissEmerson
on Monday of this week. Relatives j Florida, I now officially announce production and reading of engi-: .
who asked PTA to
: ... support nering drawing: -will be offered on1'nraday
as a Democratic candidate
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have,gone.'to"Dnrham. where they currentTeffortsto.: obtain amore
k And Other can-be'close-to hixdl" I for Governor of the"State:of Blur evenings. .
I suitable place for the detention '
tudents who enroll in
{ida, subject to the,May Primary wish to
B, as he' 1 is"known throughoutFlorida of delinquent children which
l of these classes register'
'I During the coming months of the any may

Towns In Glades where he was a bright political would provide maximum security most aggressive campaign in the from 7KX? until 9:00 p. m. Monday
while they are being held for trial.
figure for several years, has history of Florida I 'am looking through Friday: of'each week dur-

been ill for many months. He suf- At present the so-called "hostile"delinquents forward to meeting you; and your ing the month of January. For ad-
Join Fair held in the County
are
DisplayThe fered circulatory trouble in one leg trial neighbors in every hamlet and city ditional information please con-
jail while awaiting under conditions -
last Spring and waa, hospitalized.At in Florida. We are going to carry tact the Director of Evening
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that time it, was thought that that are not conducive to this campaign to all of you and Classes, Palm Beach Junior Col-
executive board of the Pa- i rehabilitation work she said.
amputation at'the leg would be discuss the problems at stake WithIn lege, 400 South Congres, Lake
. hokee Chamber of Commerce at t Also a speaker at the meeting Florida.
but he weathered the and Worth.
necessary dynamic imaginative pro-
,0 the January meeting in the Civic was'Mrs. Frances Wilcox, who,too .. -
storm and came through in fair of common sense future long
Building Monday night voted to serves as a counselor for the Coun-
condition. planning to meet the crying
again cooperate ,with civic, groups' ty's Juvenile Court.A range Persons Get
A few weeks before Christmas needs of,our' great and fast grow 5,349
of the communities of Belle Glade, rising vote of thanks was .
tie at the beloved
was again hospitalized ing state.
South Bay and Canal Point, in the > given to Mrs. James Gibson and
Durham institution and, treatedfor Florida is now ,the tenth largest I State Welfare Aid
joint sponsorship of an exhibit of her Christmas card sales committee -
several days before being released state in the Union and is at the
Glades-grown vegetables at the who raised $235.44 for the PTA
to come to Pahokeeto spend threshhold of true greatness. For I,
South Florida Fair and Exposition treasury through the sale of cards. Palm Beach County
Christmas with his children and this reason the decision we make,
which is to be held at the Palm The monthly attendance award
other home folks. He and Mrs. El-I at the polls this coining- year will
Beach County fair grounds on SR was won by Mrs. Alma Burr'sFirst I
f liott have made their home in be: extremely important in influ-
80 east of Loxahatchee, Jan. 2230. I Grade Room.. Thomas E. *.'enick. Chairman of
Fort Pierce' for the past couple of encing the progress and prosperityof
j District 10 Welfare Board of the
refreshments
A similar jointly sponsored Following the meeting 1 I
the Pahokee visitit Florida for the next
years. Following fifty years.
Glades' exhibit at the Palm Beach I I were served in the school II State Department of Public Wel-
was again necessary that he be Although Florida entered state-
County Fair last year was cafeteria. fore, reported that in Palm Beach
award-I returned to the hospital and it was I hood almost one hundred fifteen
ed' a special ribbon and I County 5,349 persons were assisted -
of this week that the it is in terms of I
on Monday years ago, growth
I in the four of public
of favorable comments categories
w object many
took a and vibrant state. I am
; operation place.B. Mrs. Plumer Dies young
I assistance for the month of De
'':' according to :M. U. Mounts. .
, Was a member of the city ; convinced that our future demands I
:. I cember.
County agricultural agent. council in Pahokee and served and leader-
imaginative aggressive
Repre-I ,
I II
: 'A total of 1,698 received
: the ,Pahokee persons
senting Illness
three terms in the state legislature After An ship with a strong conservative
working out details for the exhibit Old Age Assistance in the amountof
where he was elected speaker ofthe background to meet the challengeof
with the other communities, will $86,432.00. 85 persons receivedAid
house for one term. During the tomorrow and fulfill the poten-
he C. M. Todd manager of the Pa- I Mrs. Myra Elizabeth Plumer 85 to the Blind, totaling $5,161.00.: .
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,years he was in the legislature he tial of our future. \
hokee State Farmer's Market and I died Tuesday morning at her ecaieI I 860 families, representing 2,643
was prominently mentioned as aprospective' We are entering upon a < '
his wife Mrs. C. M. Todd, who is home, 949 East Maint St., Pahokee, children received Aid to Dependent -
like
candidate for governor. compounded with problems the '
the chamber's office secretary. after a short illness. Children in the amount of
established. the Ford Agencyin 0: which Florida has never experienced -
O. R. Bleech, membership chair- Mrs. Plumer had been a resident !$53/>85.00.. 196. persons received-
Pahokee in 1922 and operated it' before. Indeed, I have ap-
announced preliminary plans of Pahokee for six years coming I Aid to the Disabled in the amountof
man,
until about four years ago when he propriately earmarked this cam
for the chamber's annual member- here from Marietta Ohio. She wasa $11,255.00.In .
sold out to the present manage- paign as "Florida In The Space
ship drive. member of the Pahokee First:; j I I I 'addition 344 children received
ment. Age. As your next Governor
chairman of the Church. service during tile month, 137 of
Baptist
Oscar Dobrow
Cl -
pledge to represent all of the peop-
constitution and by-laws committee Survivors include two sons Will- whom were in foster homes. The
of this state from the
reported the chamber's Power Squadron ten S. Plumer, Pahokee and Sam ple great and historical great north to the I total state and local cost for these. :

constitution and by-laws are being Meetings On TuesdayThe H. Plumer Gibsonbury Ohio; four matchless fertile fields of Central child welfare services was $9- I .

revised and as soon as this work is daughters Miss Jane Plumer, pa-! (continued on page '2) 459.36. r

completed and approved copieswil hokee Mrs. Alice Rose Canal Winchester I There were 6 adoption petitions
Delray Beach Power Squadron -
be sent to the membership. Ohio :Mrs. Julia, Jett, Har- studied for the Circuit Court.
course I
wil
.. sponsor a training risville, W. Va., and :Mrs. Ruth Lane These are children placed in homes .
at the Pahokee High School Cafe- Dr. SpeakerFor
Kalmon Ohio two independent of srevice through a
RETURNS TO SAVANNAH Shadyside, ;
teria starting next Tuesday night,
brothers Dr. Herbert E Sloan, Pahokee LionsDr. licensed child placing agency, and
Jan. 12, and continuing each Tues-
Mrs. Marvin Chauvin has returned Clarksburg W. Va.. and Arthur D. the Welfare Board is resopnsible
for'12 weeks. For fur-
day night
to Savannah Ga.. after'a visit ther information call Billy's'Boats Sloan Houston Texas; and 11 Richard C .Lane optometrist according to law to make these re- .

Ruth V. speaker at the Tuesday ports to the court.
with her mother, Mrs. and Motors, Phone 7500 in Pabo- grandchildren. was
Meredith, at Pahokee. Mrs. Meredith kee. Funeral services and burial will luncheon meeting of the Pahokee Palm Beach County is also represented -

also had as guests Mr. and take place at :Marietta this Friday. Lions Club. Introduced by President on the District 10 Welfare -

Mrs. Carl Clawson Mrs. Ina Mul- tI> ... Paul Tillery he told of the Board by the Rev. Paul M.

hollen, Wendel Smith, all of Lake Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Taylor Mr. and Mrs E. L. Pope had as importance of corrective lenses in Cassen, Mrs. Helen R. Tedder, Mrs. '

Worth; Mr. and Mrs. David Benne, have returned from a visit with a holiday guest their son, Jon the care of the eyes, not only for Helen D. Woodward, West Palm

Eau Gallic, and Mrs. :Mabel Lutz ;his parents "Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Pope who is stationed at Camp I the improvement of vision but also Beach and Mrs. Doris Sasser., Pa

and son, Kenny, Belle Glade. Taylor, at Fayetteville, Tenn. Roberts San Francisco, Calif. for the relief of eye strain; hokee. .


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Two 'd". ,.,_ 64' The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida .Friday,.January_8, 1960

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Florida SymphonyIn M dia1Sthiety 'Mrs: Dykeseds

: Orlando Jan. 7 Leslie Jones, Jan 3

Has Fair ExhibitThe -
y ORLANDO-The Florida Symphony The Canal Point Methodist Church

Orchestra opened its tenth was the scene Sunday at 9 p.
anniversary season Thursday. Jan- Palm Beach County Medical m. of the wedding of Mrs. Thelma

uary 7th, in' the' Orlando Municipal Society will present a "HealthFair" G Dykes and Leslie Jones, both of
Auditorium under the baton of Belle Glade, with the ,Rev. Robert
Henry Mazer. Musical Director.Mr. at the South Florida Fair &
A. Shelley, pastor, officiating ot
I 'Mazer, who was a protege of Exposition. The "Health Fair" will the double ring ceremony.

the great Fritz Reiner, comes to be housed in a special tent, and The bride was given in marriage
Florida after eleven years con-, will' how many interesting ex-I by her , ducting the Wheeling, West Virginia hibits. There will be a complete operating were a street-length dress of win-
Symphony. He is the regular -,I room set up showing the ter white with gold-leaf print,

.. The Rardin Buifding: In Canal Point, Florida conductor of the WashingtonBallet latest in equipment. matching accesories and corsagesof
: Company and has guest Should your child select a pink orchids.

; '. THE LAKE. OKEEOHOBEE REGION HOME OF conducted the Chicago. Pittsburg health career? There are many Others attending the weddingwere
Buffalo and National Symphony opportunities for a career in sev- Mr: and Mrs. Elmer Upthe-
'.: THE, EVERGLADES NEWSServing Orchestra. Henry Mazer, dynamic eral professional health fields. You grove. Mr. and Mrs. Fulton Har-
ycung pianist; is certainly one' of and your children can learn more vey, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brewton,
the Lake Okeechobee Fanning Region Without' the select group of conductors in about these opportunities' by visiting Mrs. Carmen Salvatore, Jr., Mrs.

Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years the country today achieving reputations -I the "Health Fair". A 'special Nan Cunningham and son, Wynn
1924 of major significance. section at the ."Health Fair" has and Edward F'ountiaJ1"l ali of Paho-
Established\ March 11, Published Every Friday
The Florida Symphony Orches- been set aside to present career information .kee; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hawkinsend
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance tra, the only all-professional orchestra on the health profession.Here Miss Susan Dykes, all of BelleGlcde

The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office in the state needs no introduction you will have a chance to in- ; and Mrs. W, E. Blackwell,
1 to music lovers in Florida vestigate and consider the requirements Canal PointFollowing
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter
because it travels continually and opportunities of a ca- a wedding trip to
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher during its 12 week period from reer in 'medicine, dentistry, phar- West Virginia, Mn and Mrs. Jones
January through March to bring macy, nursing, or veterinary medi- will make their home in Belle
Fred 0. Dickinsoncontinued ands of fellow citizens who have I fine music to people in all areas cine. There will be professional Glade.
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already given of your time and energy and thus it imports 90 percent' of people well known in their fields to ; ..
in helping us harness and or- its personnel to maintain the qual- talk to any that are interested and
Florida( and the from beautiful page dynamic 1) ganize the greatest campaignteam ity as well as the quantity of pro- wil, be glad to discuss these oppor- Last Rites HeldForMrsJLEason

, southern section which has become in our history.I grams presented. Local civic clubs tunities in the medical profession
, \ the greatest'tourist, area on earth. want each of you who have already throughout Florida, assume the responsibility with you when you visit the "Health -

', I can assure you of fair representation joined our crusade, and you of sponsoring a con- I Fair." ,
to all of our people and a who will be coming with us in the cert by the orchestra and not only There will be free chest X rays,
program to bolster and forward weeks ,and months ahead, to know do they succeed in raising funds I and yau can also avail yourselfof Funeral services for Mrs. He-

the economic stability of the en- that we have surrounded ourselves for their own projects, but are the free glaucoma detection oritta Eason, 81, 378 E. 7th St., ,
tire state by giving you the necessary with men and women of honor and proud of their contribution to their survey, These services are well Pahokee were held at the First
leadership to heal the wounds integrity and that no one in the city by keeping it culturally worth a visit to the "Health Fair." Baptist Church in Pahokee Wednesday -
!, of sectionalism, and harness our Dickinson organization, or in our abreast with other towns and :at The educational exhibit "Life at 2 p. m., with the Rev.
.r dynamic strength into one power- administration, will ever sacrifice the same time, introducing their Begins" presents the basic concept Thomas K. Shoemaker, pastor of
integrity or character at the altarof citizens to great music, played bya of associated with con-
ful force dedicated to greater hap- anatomy the Church of God, and the, Rev.
piness, prosperity and progress for public' service. Honesty and understanding professional symphony orchestra ception' and birth. Presented in a James E. Boyd, pastor of the First
" every man, women and child in of all our citizens will in live concert., The Kiwanis, and factual dignified manner-the display Baptist Church, officiating.Mrs. .
Florida earmark the progress that Florida Lions Clubs in Cocoa, Leesburg depicts the process of cell di- Eason died at the Ever-
My program will call for long will have in the coming year.I I and Mt. Dora have been very successful vision. The development of the glades Memorial Hospital Monday
: range planning to effectively com- want to be your Governor be- with, sponsoring such pro baby from four weeks to full termis afternoon after a short illness. She
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bat crime and reduce juvenile delinquency cause I love Florida. It is my na-I jects. shown in twelve stages. Sixteen I had been a resident of Pahokee for \i

, ; provide for the expan- tive state and my family roots here volunteer health organizationshave 11 years, coming here from Mur- l'
sion of our educational institutions go back about seventy-five years.I Funeral Services I been invited by the Palm physboro Ill., and was a memberof
; promote educational televis- have lived here all my life except Beach Medical society to participate the Church of God, Barfield
for overseas duty in World in the "Health Fair." Highway.
ion
; inaugurate a twenty-five year
" long range super highway, road War H with the United States Marine MrsSarahTooley: There is no admission charge for Survivors are one son, Guy Ea- I

and bridge building program; Corp. I have studied Florida this exhibit, and; everyone should .son, Rialto, Calif,; four daughters.
greater employment of our thous government for twenty years and make it a point to visit the "Health Mrs. Maude Matthews Comman-
ands of dedicated senior citizens; have been honored by my neighbors Funeral services for Mrs. Sarah Fair." chee; Texas, Mrs. Ruth Batchelor,
utilize our vast water resources in Palm Beach County to Cornelia Tooley, 86. of Perry Fla., Pahokee, Mrs. Margaret Johnson,
through the interconnection of our serve in both the House of Rep- mother of Mrs. Della E. Richaud of j Foster Memorials Darien, Ga., and Mrs. Edith Herring -
waterways and lake system; a resentatives and in the State Sen- Clewiston and grandmother ofj I I Bruswick, Ga.; one :sister;
, reappraisal of our great Flood ate by election and re-election with :Mrs. J. T. Platt of Pahokee, will be Draws Crowds To Mrs. Minnie Poteete, of Texas; 27

t. Control program; development and an overwhelming vote of, confi-- :held this Friday at 3 p. m. at the White Springs Fla. .grandchildren and 35 great grand-
dence on each occasion.I Old Campground Church, Brooks : children. +
expansion of our State Park system -
-S ; better coordination and utilization want to be Governor becauseI County Morven, Ga., a pre-Civil WHITE SPRINGS-North Flor- Pallbearers were Tommy Miller,
,War Church still in use with ad- Wheeler Ludlam Junior Peadon, J.
of the State Development know and understand the prob- ida's Stephen Foster Memorial at ,
joining buriat'grounds.. E. Waddell Paul Collier and J. R-
Commission and the respective.city : ,
lems this state and has become important -
confronting White Springs an
Mrs.. Tooley died at the Ever-
and county Chambers of ,Commerce through careful and conscientious i attraction stopoff for visitors Miller. .
I glades Memorial Hospital Tuesday Burial at the Port :Mayaca'
; provide for our mentally retarded study I have developed a program i traveling the state's northern was
morning after a long illness. She
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.. and sick; preserve arid which I am confident will meet U. S. Highway 441 90 and 129. Cemetery.VilliainsWeathering
was a charter member of the Orderof ,
ton Funeral Home was in charge
maintain our States rights; repealof with'your approval. I am preparedto Since its opening in 1950 over .
Eastern Star chapter at Perry I
the increase in the intangibletax give you the leadership which and was a 50-year member of the two million persons have strolledthe of arrangements.. ..
; require the State to make all these challenging times demand in greenery-bordered paths of this
Perry First Baptist Church.
purchases possible from businesses; order that we can fulfill the dream She is survived, in addition to quiet memorial situated high atop Dessert Contest
in Florida; fair apportionment, Ju- that is within our grasp. I believe the storied Suwannee River's ','
Mrs. Richaud and Mrs. Platt
by Will Start Jan.
dicial reform and a complete study that you want a Governor who is three other grandchildren, 8 great banks.
. of our Boards, Bureaus and Com- humble and understanding but A busy schedule of events has -
grandchildren and 2 great, great All-
LAKELAND The second
missions, and a broad, ,bold pro- strong in his convictions. in a decisive been set for 1960 at the 243-acre
gram to teach Florida 'history and I age. grandchildren.- -- park, site of the famous Stephen Florida Orange Dessert Contest
government to the youth of Florida -I I sincerely want and need your Foster Museum, a pillared ante- will get underway January 1 with
in an effort to build within'this ,active help during this campaign Girl Business bellum mansion housing displaysof I almost $7,000 in prizes going to

state and intelligent atmosphere of even as I will seek your help 'and Picks Up In 1960 musical instruments, animated Florida men or women who ex-
State pride that has no equal any I guidance as your next Governor. dioramas and items of Fosteriana. hibit excellence jn preparing des-

where else in'the world.I I With God's help we can build to-, 1960 appeared to be an, attractive Newest attraction is the 200- serts using orange products, has
am' so deeply grateful to, my gether for the glorious Florida we number for the female sex atI I foot-tall Foster carillon tower with been announced by the Florida
wife and four children for their envision, In the coming decade.I the Everglades Memorial Hospital j the largest set of tubular bells in Citrus Commission.The .
love and undertsanding at the beginning accept the resopnsibility of this Pahokee, where five babies were\I the world. Commission, in cooperaitonwith
of this great crusade-for'a' great challenge with a humble but born during the New Year's holiday -' Major events which attract nationwide four major electric utilities

.greater Florida. I am appreciative confident heart, and I know we weekend -:- all girls. interest.each year are the serving Florida, and a large ap-
eyond expression to you thous- will walk together in victory as Leading the parade of ,arrivals ninth annual Jeanie with the Light pliance manufacturer, is sponsor-
dedicated men and women with a& little "Miss New Year" was I Brown Hair auditions, February Ing the-big contest open to all resi- j
new hope, new vitality and .new Sarah, Darlene, daughter of Mr. 13, and the eighth annual Florida dents of the state.Cooperators -
I vision to give Florida its rightful end Mrs. Hyland Smith (Mary Folk Festival on May 678. are the Florida
Classified Ads'I place under the Sun.WEATHER. Cox) of Pahokee born 12:14 a. m., Sponsored by the Stephen Foster Power and Light Co., Miami; the
Jan. 1.Also arriving on New Year'sDay Memorial Commission and the Florida Power COrp.St.. Peters- I
., were Debra Sue daughter of Florida Federation of Music Clubs, burg; Tampa Electric Co., Tampa;
: FOB SALE:. New and: used WIflytf. Mr. 'and Mrs. Verlin Pressnell the Jeanie auditions bring together and Gulf Power Co., Pensacola.

Jeeps. Walter Aahle 'e Garagain At U. S. Sugar Plant Field (Olivet Miller) of Canal Point, Florida's finest young women Prizes include a deluxe electric !
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Belle Glads, Phone-305$. Station at Canal Point. 3:15 a. m.; and Connie Lynn, vocalists to vie for college music range for 12 semi-finalists with
Oct. IT-M-cfa. Date Temp. Rainfall daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gill- scholarships and for the title of the balance of electric appliances j

SUBSCRIPTION expiration dates maxx miD. Inches lam (Mary Breer) of Belle Glade, "Jeanie", who was Foster's wife making up an all-electric kitchen 1 I
to this newspaper are marked December 30 70 55 .00 I I 9:15 a. m.Donna and the inspiration of his classic. going to the first grand prize win- 1
.'' on your name label as it comes to December 31 73 51 .00 Jean duaghter of Mr. work, the love song "I Dream Of ner. That person will receive a retable -
'#. yon each week. Check the date ont January 1 71 53 .00 and Mrs. Glynn Dasher (Marie Jeanie with the Light Brown frigerator-freezer, top water '
> : y quvs. That is your date to renew January 2 80 51 .00 Whitaker) of South Bay, arrivedor Hair." heater disposal, dishwasher, auto- ,
We'll be looking for a check. :January 3 81 56 .00 Jan. 3, and Nancy Elizabeth The Florida Folk Festival attracts matic washer and automatic dryer, :
Thanks. The Everglades News January 4 79 65 .00 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth many hundreds of participants in addition to the range, all classedas ; I
January 5 83 64 .()O ; Barnes (Monita Harvey) of Paho and thousands of spectatorsto the finest made by a major. ap-
PRINTING OF ALL KINDS. If Normal January rainfall 1.62. kee, Jan..4. re-live old times in songs dances pliance manufacturer. .
v yOu need cards, envelopes,'letterheads January 1960 rainfall to date .00. and customs performed on an out- The contest is open to any resident -
,' statements, bill heads.handbills CIRCLE HOSTESSMrs. door stage on the banks of the of Florida who has passed his I
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or something In the printing SERVERS SPEAKER O. H. Chastain will be hostess Suwannee.Mr. or her 17th birthday by January 1, ,.
line juststep to the phone and call Joshua Seavers director of, the to members of the lone Pat- ... 1960, except employees or families
The Everglades; News at Canal Diversified Cooperative Training terson Circle, Canal Point Baptist andMrs. J. H. Strayer and of employees; of the co-sponsoring
l' Point, No 2661.. We are experts in program at Pahokee High School, Woman's Missionary Society at family, had as holiday guests the electric utilities the Florida Citrus !
' producing excellent printing and will be guest speaker at the lunch- the January meeting to be held at Rev. and Mrs. J. Richard Heller Commission, or their advertising>
ri', our prices are in line with out of eon meeting of the Pahokee Wom- her home Monday at 3 p. m. The Riviera Beach; Mr. and Mrs. O. M. agencies. 1
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- town printers who come to the an's Club Jan. 13. Mrs. Frank program, 'Rende Unto Caesar,'.' Murphy and family, Indiantown, ,"
Glades for printing business.'Please Friend, president will preside at wil be presented by Mrs. J. D. and Mrs. Rusty Million and son of CLASSIFIED ADS '

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