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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 15, 1960
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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i January 15, 1960 pUBLISHED.. WEEKLY &ANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN I II



I CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY I I'IL..L. i

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: Chairman ElectionMonday's l NEW CHAIRMAN OF COUNTY BOARD Traffic ,BattleThe



reorganization meet- Palm Beach County Commission

ing of the Palm Beach County In one of the most colorful and NAMED TO HIGHEST HONORBY this week made availableits
Commission was the best attended
well attended ceremonies to legal and engineering staff in
ever
ot any such meeting held duringthe UNANIMOUS VOTE OF BOARD
mark a change in County Commission an effort to halt the growing num-

past 15 years. Citizens from leadership, Paul Rardin, Can- ""'"'-'," ,: : %, ::: ..'!,:.. Fm.,m., ber of traffic deaths in this area.
Canal Point, Pahokee Belle Glade M':'t l" ; t-S- >r':":: Xk; :P/ :;:>:>::' : >>: "';:m: :
> Sheriff John Kirk appealed to
al Point was named chairman of :: : 'C"I
end South Bay were in the audi- the board Monday, succeeding II'- :: the board, for help in attempting
when Commissioner Paul Rar-
ence Commissioner Lake to cut down highway fatilities. He
din was elected to the. chairman- LytaL I ; : ; add since the first of the year that
ship by unanimous vote of the Before a packed commission I :: 'fIU ___ traffic accidents are claiming lives
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commissioners: The commissionroom audience-most of them friends : J. ...
ih2- x'> at the rate of one a day. Eleven
was banked in every avail- and neighbors of the' Glades com- );:: : 'f } ;;:: ; t persons have died so far on Palm
able spot with magnificent bou- missioner-Rardin was given a l., ,:: "r-:' < + ; "
Beach County highways since Jan.
quets from Ra 'd1n's Glades unanimous vote of his colleagues 1.
Friends, each bearing a word of tc serve as their chairman for the
I :It. "Something has to be done"Kirk
and best to coming ,1 K
congratulation wishes year. told
the commission and he
the new chairman and the other The Canal Point commissioner, .
; appealed for the boards help for a
commissioners. All available tablesin who has served as vice chairman of ____Itij TM. : county wide highway survey or aid
the lower floor of the court the board during the past year, in other means:that might lead to

house were pressed into service to was nominated for the post by greater traffic:safety. .

hold 'the'many, many beautiful Commissioner Roy Michael. He also informed the board that
flower arrangements sent for the Commissioner Michael said that representative of the American

special occasion. II Commissioner Rardin, during his Auto Association had been sent
Mrs. Rardin and her mother 1C years on the board, "has demon- here to help solve the problem.
Mrs. W. O. Strickland of Glenn- strated his ability as an adminis- ..h.x.vti. Chairman Paul Rardin assured

ville Ga., were on the front seat trator and has proved himself an Sheriff Kirk that the county com-

to witness the reorganization. active and efficient commission mission "will do' anything it canto
t They were accompanied by friends "
er. i stop this slaughter on the high-
and neighbors of Canal Point, Mrs. ,
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*,llfchael that all membersof ways" ,
t Earl'Maxson, Mrs;'Don Kepp,.'Mrs. '
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:. Ih6 a cnpok on Commissioner, The;board ..narned Commissioner
S. Chastain and Mrs. Will Nasonof '
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: Kenneth Foster committee of
Rardin With great esteem. ., as :a
W. Palm Beach. From Pahokee I Il' I w one to work with the sheriffs department -
Woman's organizations and 'Local Pastor Participates. or other agencies in

ing congratulations to the Offer-I Rardin said he wanted/to put drafting a new> traffic safety pro
chairman were: Mrs. F r -
that I I
into the ceremony something gram.
Friend Mrs. Jess Elliott, Mrs. hadn't been done for years He It also instructed its engineering -

Claude Shirley, Mrs. L. W. Arm- asked the Rev. Charles D. Stew- and legal staffs to make themselves -
\ strong and Mrs. Don Hillier. Law- available wh called to
art, pastor, Canal Point Baptist n on
ton E. Carruthers, city manager of Church, to offer a' prayer. Mrs. help work out a new traffic pro-

South Bay, was also present for Rardin stood beside, her husband ) Ji4Th, I gram. _
the. meeting. during the prayer in which the : --
From tha.official family of Belle said
other
minister among things,
Glade there were: Mayor Paul operation of Palm Beach, countynow Ladies' Night Is
Davidson, City Manager Cleveland
is a big and responsible business
Talmadge Councilman William and requires Divine guidance. .
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Evans. Councilman F. C. Mark- Well
more than haul a load of shell or I I At this point the new chairman
ham. From the Belle Glade Glades DelegationsMrs. I
patch a wooden bridge." I introduced all county departmentheads.
' ber of Commerce'there were Cham-I Frank Friend, president of Board Stays Busy I than 50 Lions and their
ident Urban Felsing, the Pahokee Woman's Club offer- He told the audience that amongthe Mrs. Rardin Present I]I wives attended the ladies' night
L. Price, Dr. Tom Bregger, I !i
t ed a friendly greeting and congrat- many commissioners in the i Also present at the meeting was program and dinner of the Canal
ber member representing Pahokee Jilations from her community to Point Lions Club held at the Community -
state, members of the Palm Beach Mrs. Rardin, who Joined her husband -|I
'and Belle Glade on the County the new" Chairman. I with President
Building
County board have won outstanding in accepting the I
Fair committee and Luther Jones, Luther Jones, Belle Glade editor honors. He cited the instance I I tions, from the crowd congratula-I James Gibson presiding.

immediate past president of the and businessman speaking for the I I that in the. State Association of' ed the reorganization meeting. Zone .Chairman.J. W. Repper introduced -

....' ":Falm :Beach County Resources Development Belle Glade area said the. area County Commissioners, which is I'. Mrs. Rardin was accompanied to I I as special out-of-town
Board and publisher of west of Twenty Mile Bend had! : guests Jim Ringo of Belle Glade,
that Mrs.
operated by 18 committees, the ,.meeting by her -mother,
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.5 i, one .. ke.in behalf of i Its: income through its f arming.ac- are held by Commissioner whofsyisitmgsih:| the_ :Barden home 'I[aftd-Mrst: Ringo; also Paul Tillery' ,
::,-' -' ::, : .?Glade delegation and complimented I tivities. He added that only ,half:: Michael, Foster, Lytal and himself. ir 'e al-Pomt: : "- ptpsiden 'of the' Pahokee Lions

1.;;. Commissioner Rardin for a j the lwas, now developed .and Much' of die credit for any honors Court: house observers- also I C1 b-, end- .:Mrs. Tillery.. Delmar L.

: : well done and,termed him "A*", .b1 I.that the Glades will continue to Woo by.the.board: Chairman pointed'out that never,before had Hooks Jnfroduced! asf'guests the. ;
and efficient commissioner. '
',and .' : wives of the Lions.
grow prosper.He Rardin said is due to the people so many bouquets and floral displays -
said further that the Glades II said the county commission I who hold key positions in the county decorated the commissionroom James Threlkeld eight-grade
is proud to have Commissioner I I is close to the people and "no or organization. for a meeting of this type. teacher at the Canal Point School
Rardin, in the Chairman's office group has more weighter problems -I I presented the program in which
for the coming year. I ." I students from the school mimicked
,;: From women's organizations in Funeral Services !
Love Offering ForChildren's wellknown popular singers as re-
Belle Glade there were: Mrs. Tom I Jones Praises Rardin
i I cordings of .their songs were played -
For T. J. Woods 4 Yrs.
x= .Mrs.Walter Hooker Mrs.
Bregger, I He paid tribute to the new"chairman on a phonograph. O. H. Shep-
.#... Layton Scott, Mrs. L L. Price and I by telling the audience Home i pard was in charge of program
Mrs. Curtis Thompson. I that in the past he had opposed Funeral services for Thomas arrangements.

Rev. Charles D, Stewart, pastor Commissioner Rardin on some I Joe Woods, four-year-old son of .- ..

A r of the.Canal Point Bajtist Church matters'and had disagreed with A love offering for the Baptist 1 Mr. an dMrs. Grover T. Woods of HOSPITAL PATIENTS

was among those present and immediately him,in politics iT>ut I have always Children's Home in Lakeland was Pahokee, were held at the First Among patients at the -Everglades -

't.. upon election of,the new thought he was a 'good and effic- collected at the January meeting Baptist Church in Canal Point Memorial Hospital Tuesdaywere
chairman, before any commission ient commissioner." I 3 with Elder R. E. Cedriw
of the Lottie Moon Circle, Pahokee Friday at p. m., Frank O'Connell :
4'" business was brought. up for -consideration Jones said the Glades is' proudto Barfield, pastor, officiating. Miller, Mrs. Lucille Sappington.
'j.'. Chairman Rardin asked have one of their residents as Baptist WMS, held at the homeof Thomas Joe died unexpectedly Mrs. Jackie Carter Harvey WaJ -

'.,,,_ y'!. Rev. Stewart to offer a prayer. chairman' of the' board. He com- Mrs. Joe E. Thompson, with the I at St. Mary's Hospital in West ron, Mrs. ,Irene Mullis, Thomas
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2 's' Fourteen members of the Canal what he termed "the 'board's siding. Assisting Mrs. F. G. Gillis week after a sudden illness. Brewington, Mrs. Gladys Deme-

L. Point Woman's Society of Christ- ability to keep their feet on the with the program "Law Obser- Survivors, in addition to the treu and Larry Livipgston.

t l tan Service attended the first ses- ground." vances," were Mrs. Paul Watson, parents include two sisters, Linda -.

sion of the study course on "Unit- Following his election as chair- Mrs. Adaline Wroten, Mrs. J. C. Sue and Carol Ann; grandparents, Mr. and ]Mrs. Floyd C. Groff ar 1

F .ed Nations' being held at the Pa- man, Commisioner Rardin said he Mock and Mrs. E. B. Gamble, who, Mrs. Adell Woods, and Mr. and family of Continental, Ohio, a:?
;. s hokee First Methodist Church wished 'he had the time-to review together with Mrs. James E. Boyd, Mrs. Joe Guerry, all of Pahokee. rived here this week for a vif i
t every Friday during January. Mrs. the activities of the board and to the pastor's wife, was: a guest. The Burial was at the Port :Maya: with his uncles and aunts, Mr.'ait'1
&: Taylor of Belle Glade was.speaker take .the opportunity tell residents February meeting will be at the Cemetery. WilliamsWetheringtonFuneral Mrs. C. L. Shirley, Sr., and 'M-.
f-:; '-, at the first session. that a' commissioner "does home of Mrs. Gillis. Home was in charge. and Mrs. L..L.;'Shirley.r. .

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f'r. Page Six The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, January 15,1960
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.I I WSWN Listings! : For i Woman's CUib Is'I"

Daily Devotions, Stork Shower SceneThe

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: Listed below is the schedule for Pahokee W 0 m a n' s Club {
the Daily Devotion Broadcast over building was the scene of a party
. Radio. Station WSWN ending May and stork shower in compliment
13, 1960. : to Mrs. Billy Turbeville with Mrs.

:Janu.ary: 18-22. Rev. Shoemaker, Ellis Murphy, Mrs. Jack Crews
" 4 Church of God Pahokee" and Mrs. M. H. Baxter, hostesses. '
;. 1 A color scheme of pink, white
January 2:>-29, Rev. Richard O.
and blue was used by the hostesses
Knight,! Methodist, Clewiston.
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"' ,. Canal Point First I St. Mary's Catholic I I Christian Science ett February, Chr. & Miss.1-5, Rev.Alliance Robert, Belle Lov- Chester Mullis was in charge of
the guest book. At the refreshments -
. Baptist Church Church Group Of Canal Point Glade. table Mrs. Ellis Murphy

. : :-, February 8.12, Rev,.S. J. Davis, poured at the punch bowl while '
David Cronin
,t:n4, Elder R..E.. Barfield SUNDAY Father MASSES The divine source of.a11.existence Church of God Belle Glade. Mrs. Josh Crews and Mrs. Baxter
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: SUNDAY: First two masses. of the month. will be brought out at Christian I'Febhuary -15-19, Rev. HallNaza- served the cake. During the party
10:00 a.m.-Sunday School 11:00." Science services this Sunday. rene, Pahokee. lullabies were played softly on the

:: 11:00 a. m.-:Morning Worship' .Other Sundays at 7:30. Keynoting the Lesson-Sermon on ::1 February 22.26, Rev. R. N. Huffman piano by Mrs. Myers Fountain.
7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. the subject of "Life-1 is the Golden] Episcopal, Belle ,Glade. Contest prizes were awarded to
': : BOO.p. m.:Evening Worship Mrs. C. C. Cruthird and Mrs'. Pat
Text from Psalms (42:8): "The
Februarg 29-Mar. 4, Rev. Robert
God
" n WEDNDESDAY: The Church Of l I I Turbeville.
Lord wil command his loving kindness Shelley.Methodist, Canal Point.
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7:30 m.-Midweek
p. Prayer Of Prophecy Pahokee in the and in the
Service : daytime :. March 7-11. Rev. E. W. Kelting, t
night his song shall be with me, 1]I Betty Mills Circle
2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: [Assembly of God, Belle Glade.
7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary .. Canal Point Road and life..my' prayer.unt the God of my f,: March 14-18, Rev. E. E. Archer, Has New Member
John H. K1nD.rd. pastor
Meeting. Baptist, Belle Glade.
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School From "Science and Health with March 21-25, Rev. Kenneth Mrs. James Harry Wilkinson, r
11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service Key to the scriptures" by Mary Price, Nazarene, Belle Glade.
First Baptist: 7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service.I Baker Eddy will be read the fol- : March" 28-April 1First Baptist I Jr., was received as a new member
Pahokee 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. lowing: "Because Life is God, Life Church, Belle Glade. I of the Betty Mills' Circle, Pahokee

!t' Church 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. I must be.eternal, self-existent. Lifeis April 4-8. Rev. Lee W. Rustin,! Baptist Woman's Missionary So-
" Rev. James E. Boyd, pastor Everyone welcome. Special music. : the everlasting I AM the Being i Methodist, Belle Glade. I ciety, at the January meeting at \I
: SUNDAY SERVICES: and singing. who was and is and shall be, whom I April 11-15, Rev. Edward Strainer the home of Mrs. Harris Folds, I
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s 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School -'-- nothing can erase" (289:32). : Baptist Belle Glade. with Mrs. ,C. R. Wetherington, Jr., t

:.. 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship Church Of God Scriptural passages wil include April 18-22, Rev. John Petrie chairman, presiding. Mrs. Folds t
6:45 p. m.-Training Union the following from Psalms: "The Episcopal, Clewiston. i presented the study, based on the .
8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship Barfield Highway glory of the Lord shall endure for April 25-29 Dr. Leighton Scott, Apostle Paul's Epistle to the Ro-
WEDNESDAY: ever: the Lord shall rejoice in his Presbyterian, Belle Glade. mans. Mrs. David Unwin was in- ,
8:00 p. m. Prayer Meeting. 9:45.A. M.-sunday School works. .. I will sing unto ,the May 2-6, Rev. James Boyd Baptist troduced as a guest. It was
11:00 A. M.-Morning Worship Lord as long as I live: I will sing Pahokee. nounced Mrs. Wendell Harris ''

;:. 7:00 P. .-L. W. W. B. (Parsonage praise to my God while I have my May 9-13, Rev. August Koerber, be hostess at the February an'I'I 1
First Methodist ) I being" (104:31, 33). Lutheran, Belle Glade. ing. I

Church Pahokee 7:30 P, M.-Evening Worship
7:30 P. M.Tuesday-Prayer Meet-

SUNDAY Rev.: Clare-S. Hall 7:30 P,M. Fridaychildren'sChurch ing ,


9:45: a. m.-church School 7:30 P. M. FridayY.:Y. P. E. I T--
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship li _
6:45 p. .-MYF (
St. Peter's Lutheran
: 745 p. m.-Evening Worship .
TUESDAY: Church, Belle GladeErwin w
7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac- I t tI

, ticeWEDNESDAY J. Baumgartner, Pastor
: 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade 4, 4r.3
7:45 p. m.Mid-week devotions SUNDAY:
8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir practice Divine Services 11 A. M 4r

School 9:45 A. M.
The Pahokee ChurchOf -.- -

The Nazarene The*Methodist, ,Church ,

71 Bacom Point Road Canal: Point FloridaRobert : ,

Charles F. Crauswell. ,'Pastor A.'Shelley, Pastor
Phone 7328 P. O. Box 882 SUNDAY: ; S -WW4

SUNDAY SERVICES: 10:00 a. m.-Church School n I It
9:45 a. m.--Sunday SchooL 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship .''diY ch'I
11:00 a. xn.-Sunday Worship. 6430 p. m.-Youth Fellowship
6:30 p. m..-Juniors.
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship
; 7:00 p. n.-Sunoay Evening MONDAY:

WEDNESDAY Evangelistic: Service. 3:15 p. .Youth.Choir practiceTUESDAY t.4; ;.; -; :cM'ru .. t\
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7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society1st

.meeting."Where Tuesday {
you are a stranger' but 2nd MONDAY: .
'once-.
7:30 p. m.-Esther. Class meeting
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WEDNESDAY:
Canal Pt. Missionary 7:30: p. m.-Prayer Meeting
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Baptist ChurchRev.
Holy Nativity
Charles D. Stewart, Pastor *
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9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Pahokee
11:00 a. nu-Morning Worship 1 A
,6:30 p. m. Training Union. M. Wendell Halnlln, Vicar.
7:30 p. m.-:Evening1 Worship SUNDAY:
., WEDNESDAY: 10 a. m.-Sunday School
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: Gov.'-Coffins; Will I Junior College I


: ,.L\ttend'60 Citrus I Corvair coupes now in production I Offers New CourseIn


f. 2! Exposition, Jan. 22 HorticulturePalm

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WINTER HAVEN-Gov.' LeRoy r' ; .v: r .. \: Beach Junior College will
: ['rT'7 Collins will speak at the Agricultural x: offer an' evening course in Horti-

r Day luncheon during the an- ; 'v' t. ,, culture which will give college

nual Florida Citrus Exposition. He .' 'vkr::.., credit for those interested in work-

will speak on the future of Florida ing for a degree. The privilege of

citrus and the state's agricultural auditing the course without college I

picture on Jan. 22. { credit will be given to those who

;. On Jan. 19, John M. Fox( president find growing plants an absorbing

.of :Minute Maid Corp. of Or- interest and who wish to learn% I f

lando will address the annual Can- more about techniques and meth- ,
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,:'. ..ners' Day luncheon. cds. The class will meet from 7:15to .

'Exposition officials said that 9:45 p. m. on Friday evenings, 11

- .. Congressman D. R. (Billy) :Mat- from February 5 to June 3. i

't, hews Gainesville, would be master The material to be covered in the

of ceremonies and introduce Collins course will include the study of

;'. ) at the agricultural day affair. plants best adapted to local condi- -

" The canners luncheon will be I > "* ** ** i % 'A *" tv tic is, their propagation, disease I
sponsored by the Florida Canners .4:.,Yarr : :: r.a::.xa..r x! control, pruning, fertilizers, soil I
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Association. II tr.r :;:?{:.Y+:Y:R:: < conditions
and their in landscape
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; A video-tape crew from Colum- :./ <. v x*... : i& L?., : } >;& design.
ra idar. ;axarr a. v wuvvt ra.ataarx X vC o w hy l
. bifc Broadcasting System will record Students who wish to enroll in
, five shows for television start- Chevrolet has added a new 2-door coupe to its the 4-door Corvair sedan, but has its own distinct this class may register from 7:00
Corvair line and shipments to dealers are now sporty styling motif. This is accented by
Jan. 5. The .Sh w. On the Go, I until 9:00 ni.
ing p. Monday through
under way. The new model of the rear-engine a splt front seat and a new roof design which
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will be narrated by Jack Linkletter compact car has the same basic dimensions as I features a large sloping rear window.THBT'S Friday of each week during the

with the program being sponsored A __._. ___ .. month of January. For additional
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in part by the Florida Citrus information, please contact the DIrEctor -

Commission. One Down, Many To I of Evening Classes, Palm

,. ... Go For Governor I! FRIT Beach Junior College, 400 South "

PTA Hears Juvenile Congress, Lake Worth, Florida. ,
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'rALLAHA -Tom Beasley,
Work Outlined CAT WORSHIPPERS
I of DeFuniak Springs and Speaker

the Florida House of Representatives -I NMkfENrE6YPr7H .lAW
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Gene Duncan, Glades area: field .
has withdrawn from the REiJtJlREDAMAN 7tJ
worker for the County's Juvenile '
governor's race. Beasley announced SHAVE HIS EYE8R.OW ,
Court, was guest speaker at the I ,
, he would have to sell his soul to I ASA.s/GVOF JJRNlNGIt'fEIIIIIS
January meeting of the Pahokee cArOlED.
I j raise enough money fojr a successful -I
Parent-Teacher Association held
. race. He estimated it would: Mrs. Maribelle Rawls has as a
in the high school auditorium with
cost more than $500,000 to,run and f guest her mother, Mrs. Roe Rivesof
.President W. O. (Bill) Moss pre-
ho could not raise the money without -i High Springs.
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siding. I -
being tied to "unwholesome in! e1.gp
PTA members were urged to GtSfoQA Wendell Harris was a business

give their full support to the Youth fluences. E R y3'r'' a ',.} ,visitor at Lady Lake the past
Beasley's withdrawal leaves nine
and Family Life Institute which 8 acD % 'S: week.
potential candidates for governor.
v/ill be conducted Pahokee High
Several have already formally an- r Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sanders
School by Dr. Douglas Brown of Sp/iNGs s. -Sl .
nounced and others are planning to l'L
Florida State University, Feb. 1-4. visited their daughter, MrS. James

under the sponsorship of PTA. On do so. : S. Wilson, and family in Miami the I
, Already announced are John M. u aeti'l
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past week.
a the nights of-Feb. 1 and 2 Dr.
McCarty, Fort Pierce; Sen. Har-
Brown will hold conferences for
vie J. Belser, Bonifay; and The Miss Lulu Barfield was hostessto
adults and the .of
only, on night
Rev. George A. Downs of Orlando. members of the Pahokee WSCS I
Feb. 4 he will confer with a mixed BLESSED PEST';
Others expected to announce include Prayer Circle at her home on Bar-
of adults and While
group youth. Sen.. Doyle E. Carlton, Jr., of b ElAl/WINED mECOTO'lCRj field Highway Tuesday afternoon.
here he will speak before various i117NEBCYI
Wauchula; Sen. Fred O. Dickinson
civic and ,ministerial groups, according : A/iOU'ID EllTERPRIS9ALA8AMA Miss Jean Friend has accepted a
Jr., West Palm Beach; Mayor UERS PEFLQED7oc
to Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, position in the offices of the Okee-
Haydon Burns, Jacksonville; Far- 4% CADS.SZ7SZx SSF/f.
chairman in charge .of arrange- lanta Sugar Refinery, Inc., near
.RE1E ;o srlnTEs71e ..,., .
ris Bryant, Ocala and Ted Davjs / ; ) ;
ments for the institute.x South Bay. '
Hollywood. Bt/IL.T NONvMSTl'o THE I1 .
Mrs..T. .M. Elliott-safety chairman ? .
sfJJ'tllCII FORCED
LITHE A Mrs. Joe Jr. and
Wright, son,
urged. parents to cooperate j 'I Yd.T p OSPeR/7Tc / M.1t'gp1 .
fully with law enforcement of- Miss Wed Tommy, have returned to Salerno
clter visit with her Mr.
a ; parents,
t ficers in seeing that their children
David Macy Martin and Mrs. C. M. Baker, at Pahokee.
obey local laws in the use of BB

guns, go-carts, motor scooters and Announcement has been made of 77-IEY ARE B 1 tR PlAV Era< MAWpa I MQZ QU/CKLY fAY Mrs. Wade Ammons has returned -

bicycles. the marriage of Miss Norma Lee 35 /;ArMARlRiry Ar+ mErMaYoEHEwA7EyyEaePEwoO from a visit with her brother-in-

The.monthly attendance awards Floyd, daughter of Sgt. and Mrs. ,BEyoND MATt/RIff J-wrtl I VTERESTI. / law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. T. C.
were won by Mrs. Cleo Douthit'sThird :
Hornsby, at Wauchula.Mr. .
William B. Floyd of Dade City, to
Grade room at the element-

ary school, and by the Eleventh David Macy Martin, son of the I. and Mrs. Frank Rosenberg

Grade at the high school. Rev.former and Pahokee Mrs. Fred residents L. now Martin liv-, I.I I\frQ Maxson Tells Pure Bred Sale. had as house guests the past week I

Pahokee Girl Scout Troop 38 was I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
ing in Gainesville. The wedding WSCS About "Africa" Scheduled Jan. 16
Lt charge of the opening flag cere- Long, of West Palm Beach.
took place 'at the First Methodist I
mony. Dr. Leighton J. Scott of '
Church in Dade City on Jan. 1. a' Mrs. W. B. Myers had as guests
Belle Glade, pastor of the Belle Mrs. Earl Maxson presented GAINESVILLE The largest 1
Mr. and Mrs. Martin are now at over the weekend Mrs. John Sim-
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Glade, Presbyterian Church, gave program on "Africa" at the January purebred dispersal sale ever held I
the'devot1 na1s. their home 1434 Akin Dr., Apt. 3, meeting ofc the Canal Point in Florida is scheduled at the new: mons and Harlow Sims and child-

Following the meeting refreshments Chamblee, Ga.. Methodist Woman's Society of, ultra-modern Gainesville Livestock ren.

were served in the home Christian held at ,the church with Market here Saturday, January 16, Mr. and Mrs.. M. H. Baxter visited .

economics-! rooms by Mrs., W. D,. Mrs. Horace Unwin Mrs. W. Blackwell,- president, when F. A. Cockrill of Cock 0'I their nephew and niece, Mr. and

Howard, ;and. her hostess committe. Presides At Meetng presiding. Also taking part on the Walk Ranch, McIntosh, dispresesthe Mrs. Kenneth Wells, in Miami Sun-

...... program were Mrs. Pope Sears, bulk of his registered herd of I day. While there they helped Ken-

Jag:2,5jMarks= StartSecond'Semester Mrs. Horace Unwin, chalrmapresided Mrs.Kautz.F. M. Wilson and Mrs. Walter Polled All animals Hereford six cattle.years old'and un- neth Earl 8, and Danny Lee, 7,
celebrate anniversaries
their
birthday -
at the January meeting The group voted to join the Pahokee der in the herd will be sold, Cock-

bf:; elk' ye. Taylor'.Circle, Paho- WSCS in a series of study rill reports. ,Included in the at a party. Enroute home

.AtJulior,Allege:, "eesl3at: ;the librae.... ... ;of. classes' "The United Nations"! to 25 bulls 90 offer-I' they visited Mr. and .Mrs. Glynn
.' : : : : ; .;.,,.. ,. on" Ing are ,1 young Carr at .Pompano.r.
l'C..H;' J.: .;-..._ .. ,)r";.# .... ... :-Mntbn E' ,.. toJ.Je be held# at the Pahokee. Fjrst :Meth- .cows, 50 bred. and open .,1 :

: bertf l 'Bishop;:- tog t'rabn t- g iii, : dS' 'odisti2Church on Friday .n ght8' -and 55 calves, most of which .will Mr.. and dire, Boyd YgrhQes andsgn.Xisited

Beach. Junior College, hasannounced presented by Mrs.. Annette MCC r- for.th eZ\,fesv.w eu. Mrs. F. W. sell at side of dam. 65 lots are' her,,lather fe'S. Grove,

that he is accepting applications dy assisted by :Mrs. C. E. Will- Cross, Szrlwigstess; during the catalogued. at Vero Beach Sunday:,

iams, Mrs. Edward Culberson and serving of refreshments following Cockrill established his herd
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;fox>the/ecnd semester.of Mrs Unwin. Mrs. Douglas was*assisted ., the'meetingw>> .,ft.. ..t....< .. eight'yearS""ago, and has purchased ,Mr. and ,Mrs. John Furlong have
the school year, which begins with the serving of refresh- bloodlines returned to Miami after a visit,
some of the best
January 25th. ments by Mrs. Richard Tillis, co- .1:0. available in the Polled Hereford with their: son-lri-law and daughter. -

All entering students' for the hostess. Mrs. Williams and Mrs. PATTERSON CIRCLE blood from Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Thompson
breed. 140 head
:first time at Palm Beach Junior Bonnie Todd will co-hostesses carry I and family at Pahokee.
the famed Circle M Ranch at Senatobia. -
College are required to take place at the next meeting at Mrs. Will- Members of the lone Patterson

ment.tests. These tests will be iams' home. Circle, Canal Point Baptist Worn Mississippi-most .respected Little Miss Pam Stevens of

given.on January 25th. Orientationwill an's Missionary Society, prepared breeder in the business. Clewiston was the weekend guestof
a Sale will begin at 10:30 a:: m. her uncle and aunt Mr. and
be given to these students on ASKED TO REPORT a box of food for a needy familyat
January 26th.Registration.. the January meeting at the and continue through the day, witha Mrs. Earl Maxs6n and grand-
The; following registrants are in-I trio of auctioneers. The quarter
for sophomores will home of Mrs. O. H. Chastain. The mother, :Mrs. Ollie Adams.
b 27th structed to report their change of million dollar Gainesville market.
January and freshmen will
mission study was presented -
program
rgeister on January 28th, and 29th. address to the Local Board in Belle I by Mrs. L. D. Latham assisted opened nearly two years ago, will Ray Singletary and Willard
be its first sale of Garrett, returned to their home
holding regis
All classes will begin February1st. Glade without delay; Clifton Char- by Mrs. T. D. Mullen Mrs. I '
tered cattle. homes Sunday night from Cairo,
ier Miller Jimmy Lee Terry;
; Charles D. Stewart Mrs. J. L. :Mc-
-. David Slydell; Robert Wilder Jr.; Call and Mrs. Chastain.TO .. Georgia. They were accompaniedto
HOSTESS Kenneth Smith Cairo, by Mrs. Mattie Single-
TO CIRCLE Ezell Johnson; ;
Mrs. S. H. Thornton of Jackson
who will
craharD. Bradham TommieLee tary spend several weeks
Mrs. H. C. was hostessto Jackie Killmer ; arrived for
Georgia Monday sever-
members of the Grace Jernigan Pryor. Any persons knowingthe : OUR FRIENDS al weeks visit with her soninlawand there.

Circle, Pahokee Baptist WMS, at a whereabouts of any of the daughter, Mr. and :Mrs. W. L. Fred Williams of Jasper, Floridais

supper meeting ,held at her home, above named are to report the ad- We wish to say thank you to all Duncan in Canal Point. the guest of his brother and

with Mrs. Mary Hammond, chairman dress to Local Board No. 148, Belle who have been so thoughtful of us .I family,*.Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
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presiding. Mrs. W. M. Du- Glade, Florida. during Buck's illness; we shall always Williams in Canal Point.

\ ISose gave-the program and Mrs. .4. remember the many acts of ,Mrs. Max Beverly of Ochlochnee,
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.., Hammond reviewed the book, Mr .and Mrs. Joe Ednefield and kindness and be grateful. May God Georgia, returned to her home Butch George of Indraniown

'Reaching Rural Churches" Mrs.. family of Miami visited Mr. and Bless each one of you. Wednesday after a visit with her was the weekend guest of his

deo Douthit was named hostess Mrs. Audrey Hitchcock here Sun- BUCK AND DOROTHY. I I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Boyn-. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. -F.

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Palm Beach County Board Reorganizes For New Year'1gfi0.i
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I;., I[PERSONAL: NEWS NOTES$ I r



Capt. Dorothy Strogdon returned Mrs. Esther Tabb and John D.I

4 Tuesday to Fort Hood, Texas, Mock and son,. Jerry, have
after a week's visit with her broth- ed to Colquitt, Ga., after a visit
:. er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. with their brother and sister-in-
Newton P., Lemonds, at Pahokee. law, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mock, at
Mrs. Agnes Zimmerman of Cov- Pahokee.Mr., i '
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F'.. this week for a month's visit with and children and Mr and Mrs. Wilbur ji-5.
; her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Pinder of Hialeah attended the J
and Mrs. John Zimmerman.Mrs. funeral service for Thomas Joe

Don H. Collier is a patientat Woods at Canal Point Friday af .'.,. .
Good Samaritan Hospital, West ternoon. While here they visited

\ Palm Beach, where she recently Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Schroder and r,E ;a ), .' .{
underwent major surgery. 'other relatives at Pahokee.Mr. ',
,7 Mrs. Pat Bosworth has as house I and Mrs. J. D Hooks had as ",, i. xp

guests :MJV and Mrs. Carl Sundahl recent guests their grandchildren, ', .: .' _

of Webster N. Dak. Mrs. Ernestine Hooks and Cathey I ...,., -
Mr. and Mrs. L.. L. Lemonds had I, and Karen Hooks of Fort Myers. : 1r
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as guests the first of the week Mr. II Mr. and Mrs. John E. Wilson had
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and Mrs. F. Brady of Ramseur, as guests over the weekend her J
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L N. C. brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and JI
f:. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Woodcock Mrs. A. J. King, of Fort Lauder- I
: have returned to Asheville, N. C.,
s after a visit here with their son- dale.Mrs.. Maggie Newton has returned -r ,-

in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. to Haines City after a visit with a { ,'t { { { :
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Fred Woodcock.J. her son-in-law and daughter, Mr.

;, C. Tucker is a patient at St. and. Mrs. Al Lavender In Pahokee. k RL
'r Mary's Hospital where he is recuperating Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barfield ;

from major surgery. visited her mother, Mrs. D. L. McCoy 'I
\" Miss Nancy Thomas, who has and brother-in-law and sister, a
been attending Florida State University Mr. and Mrs. Tommy McDaniels,' ar

-- plans to enroll at Charron-, at Lake Worth Sunday.Mr. L

Williams Commercial College, Miami and Mrs. Al Lavender had 'Sena-'
Monday. as gusts! Sunday her brotherinlaw .
Mrs. Casana Blood of Dearborn,I and sister Mr. and Mrs. William FOLLOWING ELECTION OF NEW ,CHAIRMAN PAUL RARDIN, Glades Commissioner, the above
1 picture was taken of the Palm Beach County Commission Monday. Shown left to right are: CommissionerBen
Mich., has arrived here for a visit Vilda and children of Fort
Sundy of Delray Beach, Commissioner Roy E. Michael Jr., of Lake Worth a former instructor in
with her brother-in-law and sister, Lauderdale. I Pahokee High School; Chairman Paul Rardin of Canal Point, Vice Chairman Kenneth P. Foster of West
"", Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rogers. I :Mr. and Mrs. C. R Hall of Canal Palm Beach, Commissioner Lake Lytal of Lake Clark Shores in West Palm Beach.
Mrs. Leila Davis had as a guest I I Point have purchased the Jack I :uuuuuUUUd
the past week her son-in-law and. Phillips residence on Bacom Point attended the I Mrs. Naniiie has .
1-------------------- Mallory, who Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Chastain
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Tol- Road, formerly occupied by the
the Baptist been the house guest of her son- visited relatives in Coral Gables
tr, of Atlanta, Ga. Bob Me Queens, and plan to'move Church in Salerno this week were in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday. They were accompaniedhome
Alden Chase is expected to ar- with their family into their new Elder and Mrs. R. E. Barfield, Mr. E. D. Sims, Jr., returned the first by her mother, Mrs. C. E.
rive in Pahokee this week from home as soon,as the remodelingwork and Mrs. Charles Barfield,. Mr. and of the week to Suffolk, Va., where Connally who will visit Mr. and
Texas City, Texas, ,for a visit with now in progress, is completed -
Mrs. James Thomas and Mrs. Betty she has accepted a position of em- Mrs. Chastain and Mr. and Mrs.
:. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis around the first of February. weeks.
Woods. ployment. Ray Singletary for several
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Lieutenant in the Army Ordinance Impala Sport Coupe-One Of Chevy's 18 fresh-minted models for '60. SM Ttu Dinah Shun Chevy Show in color Sundays.NBC-TV... the Pat Boone Chevy Showroom weekly ABC-TV.
Division at Aberdeen, Md.
Mrs. H. H. Pugh 'has returned ...... .yv..r<.
from Fairmont, West Va., where V .. .. ... 5' ... ... ........:..........: ':: ........a.Y:..:............:.-v.YYti':::Y:}::::::1J.:.:.:.':.{.:.:.jyW::. ::fy.YI.,S..5..........
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death of her mother, Mrs.

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i 4 .Mrs. T., F. Ritter ,and children, a .
residents of Bolivia, S. A., are
. '' guests of her brother-in-law and T_
sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. P .Parker,

\., at Canal Point. The 'Parkers also .. .. ..... .
;; had as a guest their son, buddy|
i:, student at Murray Stata College,'
i' Kentucky.
,.' Guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. Brooks' oMawweawe. .eww .w- ,
if" 'Henderson at Canal Point were
r: her mother Mrs. W. H. Ruggles, l.j

; Toolsboro, Ky.brother; and sister-
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if; gles) and family, Waverly, Ohio;
and brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
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r'i" and Mrs. Frank Earl and family,

i Schenectady, N. Y.
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i Airman and Mrs. Larry Beede
:, have returned to Bunker Hill, Ind.,
r' where he is stationed by the U. S.
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t' Air Force, after a visit here with

his mother, Mrs. Anthony Tores, 9ky
::' and Mr. Tores.
Miss Nancy Lee Thomas will
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: leave Sunday for CharronWilliams -

;' Business College in Miami.,,
:i Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Chastain are
r,\i spending several weeks at their.

}', 't'('. home in Pine Park] Georgia :-
"-1 4 Mr. and Mrs M.:M.id.Carter-visit

J." ;, ..,, .. ed Mr. and Mrs.. W. T. ,Haines 'at: .
". ;/,Pfnellas''Park"gnd'M'and Mn;'F. t. '
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IN FIFTEENTH THE CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT OF THE OF t': taking to the road. Now's the time to see your dealer for fast delivery and a favorable deal! "
I.: FLORIDA, IN AND FOR,PALM BEACH ..G ; ..JI

(/" COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO.. 60 .C 3-E The pickings couldn't be better. All smaller transmission tunnel for more engine that won its class in the latest : "

i KARLEAN Plaintiffvs RILEY :. 18 of Chevrolet's sizzling new models foot room. Mobilgas Economy Run. ..
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VINCENT -RILEY.- :: for '60 are now rolling off,the assemPritlepleasi style-combines good Coil springs at all 4 wheels-for they" .-,

Defendant : bly fines again-in greater numbers looks with good sense. kind of silent, satiny ride you'd !

TO: VINCENT NOTICE RILEY.OF, Richmond SUIT Post- .. than ever before. Your dealer's New Ecenoffly Tisfeo-Fire' V8-gets expect only in the most expensive r 4 t

office.You St.are Mary.Hereby Jamaica notified B.that W. X.Ear- waiting with all the details, including up to 10% more miles on a gallon. makes. :,

lean Riley has filed a Bill of Complaint a long list of..pluses that will prove to Widest drake of 'engines and trassBlissteflS Quicker stepping Safety-Master
for divorce, and you are
required against you to.serve a copy of your answerto you the only way to buy a car for less ; -no other, car gives you a' brakes-built with Chevy's ever- ,

the.complaint Thadd Whldden.on the P.plaintiffs O. Box 395.Attorney than this low-priced Chevy is to buy choice of 24 power teams to satisfy faithful dependability, they deliver .1 F

Pahokee' Florida- and file the original a lot.less car: the most finicky driving foot. surer stops with less I
office of the Clerk of the !CHEVROLET
anwer In the
Circuit Court of Palm Beach County. Roaawer Body by FISher-with a 25% Hi-Thrift 6-the '60 version of the pedal pressure. i
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Florida on or before the 8th day of i
February 1960. If you fall so to d* judgment ; '
taken Againstyou ,
by default will be ]s
demanded In the
for the relief
complaint.DATED this 4th day of January. Now fast delivery, favorable deals See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer. __ #s'
1960.
J. ALEX ARNETTE
Clerk of Circuit Court '
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Deputy Clerk .
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county in this instance is calling,
!Jet Airport Goes for a "straw vote" : Dr. Sasser Watson
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Time of the vote, the chairman Talks To SororityDr.
-,.'."., To Public In VoteThe said will be initiated by the coun-:
i ty board at the proper time--probably -, Sasser Watson was guest

t"" when the county is granted; speaker at the meeting of the Xi
Palm Beach County Commission -1 I :full and complete title to government -.
: Alpha Mu
Chapter Beta
Sigma
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which the
Tuesday ruled that on present
rest-I I 'I Phi Sorority held at the home cf
r dents of the county shall airport is located.
voice in deciding whether or not The issue over the airport was! Mrs. Edward A. Jensen. The
I ,Palm Beach International Airport raised after plans for constructionof speaker told of some of the ,cus-
1 Qr should be relocated. a new airport west of the Palm I I toms of the people of the Far East

Following a public hearing Monday Beaches to handle today's jet and showed color slides of Asian
. when pros and cons of the planes were presented. The coun-i I cenes: which he had photographedwhile
issue were discussed, the county I ty for several years has been serving overseas in the
The Rardin Building In Canal Point, Florida board reviewed points discussed 1 working on plans for a new air-I Armed Forces. It was announcedMrs.
at the hearing and agreed that the port-plans which have, been given I Lewis Friend will be hostess
t',. "' THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF problem deserved a wide concensus wide publicity throughout the at a social meeting of the chapter. .
of opinion before it could be set- county. In recent weeks the pro- at her home.Thursday night Jan.

L i1 :: THE EVERGLADES NEWS tled. some gram quarters has drawn which opposition resulted in in 21.

"It is the thinking of the Boardof .
t Serving the: Lake >keech bee Farming Region Without, County Commissioners", said the public hearing earlier this

t -: J. Interruption Every Week'for More Than 30 Years Chairman Rardin "that in orderto week. ... Two Weeks MeetingAt
r. = Established March u. __ 11,,1024'. '- Published Every Friday resolve the important matter of -: ... Church Of God
u \. Subscription Price! $2.00' Year In Advance the relocation of Palm Beach International Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harris who
Airport the will of the have been making their home in The Rev. Beulah Cook of Pompano -
The Everglades News' Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn public can be determined only by Pahokee on Barfield Highway, I evangelist is conducting a
Canal Point, Foridaras; 'Second Class Matter 'referendum (straw vote) at sucha plan to move to West Palm Beach I two-weeks revival at the Churchof

time as the county is actually ai this weekend. God, Barfield Highway, start-
Paul Rardin e e' Editor Publisher .. .
Owner ,
\ : a position to proceed with the program. ing last Sunday. Special music is
." ME. and Mrs. Merle Wilson, being featured at the services
Rardin pointed out that actual former Canal Point residents now which start each night at 7:30
Here Is What Transpired At Monday's referendum elections are only call living at Opa Locka visited his o'clock. The Rev. Thomas K. Shoemaker -
; I ed in the event of revenue bond brother and sister-in-law Mr. and pastor is assisting the
. Meeting Of The Palm 'Beach, ,issues or ad valorem 'iss'ues. so the I.Mrs. Jack Wilson here Sunday. evangelist with the revival.

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its reorganization meeting man Kenneth Foster Commissioner I

this week the county commission I Lake Lytal and Chairman I '
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Children's HomesCommissioners -
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Lytal Foster and Roy MichaeL, IJ
fcurth Mondays of each month at Agricultural Committee-Com- I
\ Phone 511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade
the hour of 10:30: a. m. missioners Sundy, chairman Rar- I

. The group also set!its adminis- din and Foster. II I SALES and SERVICE I
trative meetings for Monday at-( Personnel Committee-Commis-, Jm
ternoon at the call of the cht fr-\ sioners Michael Foster andJar-,, I <
man. I din.Welfare f Heating Air Conditioning Appliances !f fW8 ,

In another action the board re- Committee Commissioners I .
", appointed all department heads Rardin, Lytal and Sundy. < *g and noted that Mrs. Stella Winkles Parks CommitteeCommissioners -

''f" who takes the commission Sundy, Lytal and Rardin.
minutes has been a county employee Roads and Highways Committee

for the past 45 years. Commissioners Rardin Foster ,, .
New committees made up from Michael and Sundy. -
the commission as named by Higher Education for Industrial to
Chairman Paul Rardin were: I Encouragement Commissioners
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Pahokee Hi TonitePahokee I "! ,\
The Pahokee Garden Club has '''.
completed plans for its annual observance -

of Arbor Day which will High Blue Devils bask 1
take place during the January etball teams will' be hosts to the ,
meeting to be held at Pioneer Park Belle Glade Golden Rams on the: .

Tuesday morning Jan 19, with local court this Friday night, and I
Mrs. Norman A. Kennedy, presi- will still be seeking the first vic-II
dent presiding. Mrs. L. W. Armstrong tory of the season on the part of
chairman of the birds and the; varsity A team. On Saturday I -

conservation committee will be In night they will travel to Okeechobee .. .:.t. ,
charge of the program. A tree will for games with the Brahmans i 1
be planted in one of the public and on Tuesday night to Lake 1t t
parks under the supervision of Worth for contests with the very .
Mrs. Ruth V, Meredith public strong Trojans. I
parks supervisor. Mrs. Lloyd Hun- .Last Friday night the Blue DevilA .5 : S
dley, Mrs. W. C. Darden,'Mrs. O. team lost to the Clewiston

R. Bleech Mrs. W. A. Keen and Tigers, 39-26, giving the Tigers
Mrs Kolstad will be hostesses at their first win in seven tries. The

the sandwich luncheon at noon. Blue Devil B team, however had '... ,
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better luck Clewiston, beatingthe
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Mrs. W. L. ,Boatwright,and her Tigers B's 4520. t.
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sister Mrs. yna Peebles of Savannah On Tuesday night visiting Riviera "' 'i,

Ga.. who is her house guest I Beach .High teams made a
visited their brother RaymondChristian 1 I ce.an.sweep on the local court., t i
had other relatives in downing the Blue Devil A team,"' .
ClewlstoiT Sunday. :55-42, and the B team, 4925. Mac .,.. -,:h' "

Crews scoring 14 points was : 4 I
high-point man for the Blue Devils : ., -
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FOR SALE:.New and used WillysJeep's. Family Reunion, At l.C } I"N'
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home of Mr. and "Mrs. I. G' .

SUBSCRIPTION expiration dates Thompson, West Main, SL, ,Paho I '''This plug-ugly can mess up ,your entire house. He, plagues ,. & :::
to this newspaper' markedon kee, was the scene of a family reunion i S ; ,
are homes that have low Housepower He strangles your electrical '-"' <.1; ., '
your name label as' it comes to with all of the, Thompson appliances, chokes off the full flow of current shrinks TV -}";-ry ,
children and their families attending ... '
each week. Check the date .- '
you on picture and makes lights ; .",
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That is date except one. Attending from .
yours. your to.renew '. ..
We'll be looking for a check.I out of, town were Lt. Comd. and Don't try to get by with extension cords when you really need ., ,,. \
Thanks. The Everglades News. I Mrs. W.. W Thompson and family, more outlets and branch circuits to get top efficiency l id
II I San Lareanzo, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs.J. peak economy from your electrical"servants." r :
PRINTING OF ALL KINDS. If T. Strahan and 'sons, Mr. and .
Stop living with Octoplugs! For a wiring check-up, without .
you need cards, envelopes letterheads -: Mrs. W. T. Thompson and son, Mrs. r- obligation call your Ekrtrial l Contractor now. I
i" statements bill heads, handbills F. M. Bucltand sons. Miss Doretha .
or something in the printing:. Breckton and Dowell Hendrix, allot FULLHOUSEPOWER tr* >ou enjoy all the benefits -
line Just step t.,the phone and call Savannah, Ga.; and Mr. and of modern Florida living iMtw living. Electrically.
The Everglades News at Canal: Mrs. Billy Knight Fort Pierce; J
*(The heart of FULJ.'lItll'SI-I'IHt'f/i 100-200 service -
Point No 2661. We are experts in I G. Wilson Pearl River, La.; and S entrance plus enough rut.:" ;,, ..,' ...tynrrnt/a s'ritchesandoutlets.amp ) -, .
producing excellent printing and: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blyston, New

our prices are in line, with .out of i Smyrna Beach.. F.O: '' "Y: tETZ & LIGHT co. .
'town printers who some to the 1 e1,,, ..' ,
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Page Eight. The Everglades News, Canal Point,Florida Friday, January 15, 3960
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Senator CarltonIs if our goals are guided with sin- FILM IS SHOWN I I MISSIONARY MEETINGThe
Council
cerity and molded with conviction Changes A motion picture on "Accident .Betty Mills Circle presented
A CandidateState .
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courage.I I
I Prevention" was presented by the program, "What Hast Thou :
will shortly announce a detailed Name Of Street
Senator Doyle Carlton, Jr., platform that I firmly believe David Karlbon, program chairman, Given?" at the general meeting af ;
of Wauchula has announced his will be attainable and worthy of at the Tuesday luncheon meetingof the Woman's Missionary Union of i
cr.ndidacy foGovernor.. The announcement accomplishment.In. The Pahokee City Council in the Pahokee Lions Club. He was the Pahokee First Baptist Church,
follows considering candidacy, I assisted by James W. Vann. The held at the church with Mrs. E. B.
: my regular session at the city hall
Today, I am proud to announcemy ask that I be judged by this'platI I voted by resolution to change the club accepted a budget for the new Gamble, president, presiding. ,
candidacy for the DemocraticDOYLE form, by the eight years of legislative name of Avenue of the Veterans fiscal year as submitted by Leon Those taking part were :Mrs. Wallace I
service that precede this day, in the Vetville residential sectionto ard Dobrow, chairman of the finance -I Barnes, Mrs. W. K. Aldridge, i iI
committee. President Paul Mrs. Wendell Harris, Mrs. JamesE. I
and by the campaign ahead. North Second Street.It .
At the earliest date permitted by was also voted to constructnew Tillery presided. I Boyd and Mrs. Gamble. I II
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law, I shall qualify for the race for sidewalks on the south side of -.. I
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Governor. I am secure in the know- the newly re-named North Second .
motivation. is 11'11111; +4:''I-tiS t 11111.1111111 t : lIt 1 III I tIt II 1 1 I to
ledge that my only a Street between North Flame and i
sincere desire to serve the peopleof North Elm Avenues, and on both !
F r Florida-as has been the case sides of North Elm Avenue be- THEATRES
<: throughout my public career-and tween First and Second Streets. /
that I shall prove worthy of the The Council rejected all bids for
P R I N C E LAKE DRIVE-IN
confidence shown by the many fine the purchase of a new garbage collection -
and dedicated people who have .
truck chassis and packer
Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
demonstrated thier support. body, deciding to continue for the \ -
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campaign and my equipment.
:jas Governor, shall reflect dignityand --. SUNDAY AND MONDAY SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDA 1
the people and JANUARY 17-18-19
respect
upon
Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Poteete
government of Florida. I I have returned to Water Valley,
_QI. "Pork Chop Hill"
I Miss. after a visit with their son "Ho'"dDMan"; ;
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jones haveas and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs.F. .
guests their son-in-law and H. Poteete, Jr., and family in
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pahokee.Mr. FABIAN AND GREGORY PECK
,CARLTON, JR. Bailey, and son, Jim. The Baileys --- CAROL LYNLEY -ATSO -
.made their home at Corpus Christi, and Mrs. Robert Apelgren. '
IN COLOR
"Sing Boy Sing"I
nomination as Governor of the 'Texas, before his recent release have as house guests his parentsof

State of Florida. from the U. S. Navy.: New Britian, Conn. ( I I I I I I I I I I I I : I I t tit I t I I It : J J t t t t : t t .. t I t t I I I I I 1 I
1 The decision'.to seek this nomination -
has not:,been made lightly.It --r-----. -
has been: reached after consid- \
erable 'soul-searching. Public ser-
vice, in high"office is the greatest
AND
privilege of our way of life a
privilege that must be earned bya MARKET i
record of'accomplishment secur- FARMERS

and ed by determination a practical program, and of received vision AUCflON I

with dedication and humility.
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Among the factors that influenced Q

_ that my the decision dawning was Era the realization Of The Having A Big Anniversary Celebration Jan. 15-16

Sixties shall offer Florida the
greatest opportunities that it has WE INVITE YAU ALL TO A

r preparation ever known. The must future be is sound.limitless E Big Bar-B-Q Of A 1200 Lb. Steer FREE TO ALL

., What is good and moral must be
.: maintained and furthered what t Also Free Pepsi-Cola. Free balloon to the kiddies. Yes,.Friends, we will bar-b-q the

is youthful wrong must must be eliminated-what be matured E J whole 1200 pound steer right here at the ARMERS MARKET I

what is questionable must be chal
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lenged-what is right must be respected IiJ
and aggressively advanc- J GUARANTEE LARGEST MARKET FREE PARKING

ed.The opportunities that Florida i MONEY BACK IF IN THE ENTIRE FOR OVER' .
faces must be strongly utilized )
NOT SATISFIED SOUTH 160 STORES
lest its strength be sapped by the B CARS .
process of growth. And this growth iJ THRU-OUT THE UNDER 1 ROOF 20,000
must be accomplished in a prac-
tical, down-to-earth, business-like t) ENTIRE MARKET Lowest Price'In America PER DAY '
manner-with a mind that is open
and alert to recognize these paths
of progress-but with a strong TERIFFIC BUYING POWER ENABLES US TO SELL AT LESS THAN WHOLE-
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hand that can remain firmly closed -
to needless expense and ex- S SALE. NO FANCY FIXTURES, NO HIGHOYERHEADWmCHYOUCANT

travagance.The 'WEAR OR EAT. CHECK OUR LOW,LOW PRICES
task before us is not an
easy one. It can be achieved only RUG
BOYS'SHIRTS STRAW S Electric LANTERN

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All Corduroy Colors, ,2 Long Tone C LARGE IMPORTEDVALUES 3' x 6' 3 Way Flasher I C

Sleeves, 2 Pockets 9 7 TO 49 What A Buy 99 I

All Values Sizes To 6$3.19 to 16 $1.00l- \ C REG. $3.49


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.. ADMISSION.<..,,, ".'.","...;<. :,:",.';:.:oc"...>.'i0,;;:, IiiJ UNTIL COOKED. Serving Free from 1 p. m .Jan. 15, Everybody invited. Free Pepsi-
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