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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 22, 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 )
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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January 22, 1960 'WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT By PAUL RARDIN
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t CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA" OF PALM BEACH COUNTYSugar ,

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t : Cane Experts: Gather: Hub Spooner New Lake Shore Drive In, j


Ford Co. ManagerA Canal Point Completed;
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,r: native is the Pahokeean Hub of It Is A Beautiful Street -

Large delegations of cane Spooner new manager . _
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'; Lions Hear About Pahokee Motor Company Fore
and research
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growers processors Sales and service representatives Lake Shore Drive in Canal Point
technologists from, Louisiana and Florida f Jr. Cattlemen In
| Weatherr in Pahokee. He succeeds Charles a modern street facility with curb
Florida attended the annual SugarCane :
Dickson who resigned several days Study Of ExhibitsThe and gutter and sidewalks was
Breeding Conference, fielcday Wilbur Minice of Belle Glade a.go'and went to Belle Glade where I completed by the contractor.this
and luncheon at the USDA head of the federal frost warning
he is employed. Junior Cattlemen's Association week according to an announce-
Sugar Cane Field Station in Canal service in the Glades area, was
Hub as he is known throughoutthe met Tuesday night at the ment by County Commission
Point. guest speaker at the dinner meet Glades and South Florida Glades Office Building and discussed Chairman Paul Rardin. The final
Following the luncheon in the ing"of the Canal Point Lions:Club. where he is well known and liked. livestock exhibits at the South I coating of hot asphalt was put
I Community Building Bascom A Introduced by Alton W. Jones the was born and raised in Pahokee.He Florida Fair and Exposition. Following I down Wednesday of this week
speaker told of the work that goes of Pahokee High The Construction Company
Belcher agronomistsuperintendent is a graduated this Dr, Howard Hill Weekly -
into the forecasting of cold weather School and has lived in this area of Fla. the
of the field station, introduced cussed vaccinations parasite dis-I Hallandale was
Dr. H. M. Tyndal chief of the Tobccco far enough in advance to give 'ever since graduation with the exception -I trol and other topics of contractor in charge of the work
and Sugar Corps Research growers an opportunity to ;protect : of time taken out to help about animal health to the mem-I and the contract price was in the
Branch, USDA Plant Industry Station their crops. President James Gib- win a war. He was in the bers of the Junior Cattlemen's neighborhood of $155,000.00 Rar
Beltsville Md., who empha- son presided. andy invasion in World War Norm'I''I' sociation. AS.I din said.
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sized the importance of research in it was there that he was severely --- 'N- --'- Street beautification remains tc
answering the questions which Christian Workers wounded while landing on the be done Rardin said and this work
Post Office Bids
arise from the problems experienced beaches. has already been started by county
j by sugar ,cane growers and pro i Hub has had 20 years experiencein road forces. The plots between the
cessors. He expressed appreciatior School Jan. 24-28 I the automobile' business in Pa- Asked In PahokeeThe street and the sidewalk will be
for the support the American hckee. Belle Glade and Clewiston sodded with bitter blue grass and
Sugar Cane League is giving to the He plans no extensive changes in I the driveway turnoffs will be shelled .
research program at Canal Point A Christian Workers' School for : policy 'or. working' conditions but Post Office Department- is I a short distance back from, the
Gilbert J. Durdin of New Orleans the Lake Okeechobee area will beheld ,will make an earnest effort to render advertising for competitive bids on sidewalk putting them in better

La., vice president and gen- a.t the Pahokee First Metho-' an excellent service to those a lease ,basis for a new facility at condition than,, ever 'before, the,
eral manager of ASCL.. in replying dist Church Jan. 2428. The school who take advantage of the Paho Pahokee Florida it has been an- commission chairman ,said.
stated that members of ASCL is being held: for, the benefit of kee Motor Company modern ant nounced by Postmaster General A great deal of inconvenience

consider the Sugar Cane Field Station Sunday school, workers. church up-to-date facilities. Arthur E, Summerfield. ,was,experienced by those living on .
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of Canal Point'a; "good,invest leaders f.Dd. parents..of-the: Methodist ',Hub.and his.family- live in a News, of the' 9unceD\e4f"Vai the street'during construction'buT" ""*. \ .
f ment." Warren Harang Jn,, ASCt Churches of Okeechobee,. Can- handsome' neW home'recently builton contained In a release from the office the(beautiful-new piece of yxnstruction -
president, and Malcolm Duke con al 'Point, Pahokee Belle Glade, SR717 at Chosen. of W. L.: Crawford; Regional with its effect of increase
tact committee chairman in' con- Lake Harbor Clewiston and Moore ---- Operations Director,. Atlanta in property values in the area and
curring with Rurbin's statement: Haven. 4 IndustrialArts which stated that the new quarters the splendid convenience of side-
expressed appreciation of the 'contribution Three courses will be offered I would be located on the northwestside walks for the youngsters; offset
the Canal Point station' Dr. Joanna Byers of West Palm of Bacom Point Road. It is to by fax the week's of Inconven-
has made-to the sugar industry., Beach, former director of the Child BuildingForPHS. be a one-story air-conditioned ience which occured while con
Jim Beardsley sugar cane grower Guidance Clinic in West Palm : I building with '4,758 square feel of struction was going( *'on.
and Dr. B. A. Bourne of the U. S.' Beach, will teach "Understanding I floor space 286 square feet of "It is a beauUful reet" is the
Sugar Cane Corp., both of Clewis- Children" a course for prospective I r The School Board is calling for platform space plus 10,982 square way.one resident'described\ it, who
ton. also spoke briefly.At teachers in all children's division bids on Feb. 17th for the erection feet of parking area.. I I complained vociferously while
the Sugar Cane Breeding classes of Sunday school and for of a new Industrial Arts Building, The terms of the lease will be construction was::underway, "' andI
Conference held in the station's i parents of small children. The Rev. at Pahokee High School 'according for a period of ten years with two am proud of the efforts of our
new crossing house with Dr. Tynl James Roy pastor of the ,First to Board member Thurmond W. five-year renewal options. The county commissioner now that 1
L dal and Mr. Belcher acting as discussion Methodist Church of Boynton Knight, of Lake Park. final date for submission of bids can see first hand just what a.
mediators a report on Beach will be the instructor of the I I This new shop building will take is February 15, and full informa- wonderful improvement it reallyis.
,"Sugar Cane Crossing in 1959" was course "Understanding Youth"I the place of the present portable tion may be obtained from Real ." -
given by P. H. Dunckleman, sugarcane for all workers with youth, whether -I tuilding erected four years ago Estate Officer C. "E. Green, Jr., Chairman Rardin said that following -
breeder, with added remarksby parents teachers or counselors!!J which has served the purpose of Seminole Annex Fort Lauderdale completion of beautification -
I Dr. L. P. Herbert,.Dr. R. D. The Rev Ben Rider pastor of Ri-:!I starting Industrial Arts and shop Florida. of the street short and impres-
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Breaux and Lloyd Lauder., viera Beach Methodist Church, will J training in this school Center. i, In connection with this announcement sive dedication ceremonies will be
Reports were also given by Carl serve as leader in the course An alternate in the specifications ,the release pointed scheduled hi' which other members -
O. Grass, (botanist "Inter-speci' "Christian Beliefs." a study of I will call for the removal of I out that the Pahokee post-oUice is of the county board will take
fic Breeding;" Dr. B. H. Todd, .basic Christian doctrines and their t the portablebuilding to the East i iI. one of 160 such projects in Florida I II I place. A ribbon cutting and official
pathologist, "Pathology Work at relation to a satisifying Christian Lake School in Pahokee to be used I I which are now receiving attention; opening of the street will beta: part
Canal :Point," ,nad ,Edwin R. Rice experience for church school teachers .I.j as a ,band room ,for that school!, either from, the Postal InspectoriniCriarge of the ceremony he concluded. ,*.
:;. --.-?- research jagronomist, "Outfield. ,, parents church leaders and all}which is to be made :into, a full: ; 'or the Regional Real _. _- ;

'- :-r .' variety T ting." 'other adults interested in the f high school.foriourjiegTo, pupils in;f.Estate.. Manager or are awaiting Bluele ls Will 4 I
Mr Belcher,reviewed.the'"Worldcontinued that within the.ne.Jtt..year--:; 'acU n. : .
'_: Christian life. area' ... ; :departmental I ; I
( on_..page 8) f! The first session' will consist of two. :> It was explained. that this does :.' ,
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-' : :-- an assembly' in'the church auditorium -I The designing .architect is Chester I' mean 160.: new' buildings since*!Meet Fort Pierce f= )- "
Better:Buy.Auto 'i Sunday at 3'p. m.All other I A. Cone ,of Belle Glade from t many of the projects call for enlargements .
;' sessions will be,fn assigned classrooms whom plans can be secured by in-,, remodeling, lease re I -
Tag Now Or You at 1:30 p. m., Monday I terested contractors. I newals driveway paving, and the The Pahokee High Blue Devil

Will Stand In Line, through Thursday. ,II I installation of new Equipment. All I\( basketball teams will meet Fort
"'-"- I Dean of the school is the Rev. Howells Build New I of these improvements are in line j Pierce's McCarty High Eagles Saturday -
MrS George C. Young, branch Lee D. Rustin, pastor of the Community f with the Postmaster General'smodernization i night and the Stuart Tigers
"i office manager for Stetson O. Methodist Church Belle Immokalee HomeMr. I .program. I, Tuesday night, ,both cpntests to be
Sproul County tax collector,. at Glade. Other officers include* W. played in the local gymnasium. The
the 'County's Glades Office Build D. Howard Pahokee chairman of, and -M--A. Q. Howell,t Pahokee Lions chances for the winless Blue DevilA
big, reported Wednesday that only the board of managers; Mrs. pioneer Canal Point residents are .1 team to chalk up its first victoryof
1,577 motor vehicle license tags ton Salvatore Pahokee, Mil-l;) building a new home at Immokalee -!' Hear H. L. SearcyHoward the season at the 'expense ot'
had been sold through her office to Russell E. Tucker Belle Glade| and plan to move there whenit I either of these teams seem to be
date. She estimated that 5,500 additional b easurer. !I is completed. The Howells, ac- Lee Searcy, of West i
tags would have to,be purchased -. -. companied by their son and daugh- Palm Beach assistant chief of hydrology -' slim.During the past week the drub-
by Glades residents before I. AT LIONS MEETING ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Wiley and the hydraulics section( bings taken by the Blue Devil A
the Feb. ,20th deadline and urged Canal Point Lions and their Howell spent the weekend at Im- of the Central and South Florida I team grew progressively worse in '
that these tags be purchased as wives who attended the dinner mokalee with their son-in-laW and, Flood Control District was guest the three games played. On Friday
soon as possible to avoid the delays meeting at Fort Pierce Thursday; daughter Mr. and Mrs. Homas:I speaker at the Tuesday luncheon I I eight the Belle Glade Rams'de- I
of waiting in line that will right, honoring the third vice president r Lynn, and family. Mr. Howe! remained -,I meeting of the Pahokee Lions I II feated the Blue Devils 50-43. Saturday -
occur if the majority of these resi- of.Lions International, were to supervise the construc- Club. The speaker introduced &yj!I j night the Okeechobee Brahmans t
dents postpone ,the purchase of President and Mrs. James Gibson tion work on his new home. I Dr. R. 6.,Lane program chairman !,j downed them.1-20 and finally !
their tags until the final days of Zone Chariman and, Mrs. J. W. & told of current and future operations -!'". the Lake Worth Trojans on I
the purchase period. She suggeststo I Repper Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Sears Miss Faith Sasser has returned which will provide complete Tuesday night .breezed by the ':
owners of fleets of cars or trucks and Mr. and Mrs. Bill ,Gallick to her studies at Stetson University I I I water control within the confines Blue Devils, 64-25. ;:; ,: '
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that they bring ixr the registrationcards i, Deland after a weekend visit I i of the CSFFC District, a vast expanse -
for their vehicles in advance Mrs. Claud Morgan has accepted with her parents Mr. and Mrs.!I of 10 million acres covering Mr. and Mrs. D. P.'Hughes and 1

enabling them to pick up'their tagsa a position in the office' at the Bank I Paul Sasser ,and family at paho-:12& per cent of the area of the en- Mrs. H. C. Clark ,,were business
I a later; date without delay. ofPahokee. + kee. I s State of Florida. visitors in Orlando Wednesday. .
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Page Two __' __ The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday,January 22, 19Mr.
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'Scout Troop 38 had meeting on

January 13th.-Games were playedand

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: closed with the singing of songs
V and the wishing circle.

I __' Elaine Salvatore, Reporter


The 4 :Rardin Building_ In Canal Point Florida :! I -

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J THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF \

KOB SALE: New and used Willys
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the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without Oct. 1754ch.
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Sen. Spessard L. Holland, of Florida, leads the 1960 New March of Take The '
Dimes with a visit to Sharron Holmes, of Lakeland, who was born

with an open ,spine. New March of-Dimes funds are being used to DALE CARNEGIE j
fight not only birth defects, but also arthritis and polio-

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John McCarty Out In Attendance At
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i I I //I3PW4JJ J_ '. For GovernorJohn Palm-Lake Meeting


I Na Wa e M. :McCarty, candidate fox Thos from the-Pahokee First, C A. iAiLEY I tl

Governor, ,tonight announced that"Bunky" Baptist Church who attended the
CLEAN SLABS AND EDGINGS AFTER THE CHIPS ARE LOADED
,LEFT W Bldunt REAL ESTATE
I of DeLand, Florida Palm-Lake Association
DEBARKED LOGS;HAVE BEEN CUT INTO RAILROAD CARS OR TRUCKS Sunday
I LUMBER/WERE ONCE BURNED. TODAY, WHICH TRAN5RJRTTHEM will manage his 1960 campaignfor School meeting at the 'First Baptist UY 6-3084 BELLE GLADEFLORLM'S
MANY SAWMILLS CONVERT THESE ONCE TO 0ULP AND PAPER MlUA< Governor. Judge Uriel BlountJr. Church in West Palm Beach \I
WASTED -HIII+:-: : I : : : III .++J.+
TRIMMINGS
INTO PULP CHIPS ., City Judge of DeLand today Monday night were :Mrs. Frank I!
requested leave of absence from Thompson, Mrs. Wiley .Tillis, Mrs J _

his,duties by, the City Commissionof Mary Hammond, Mrs. W M. Du-
\ DeLand enable him to under- Bose and Mrs. E. B. Gamble. p. F. GREATEST
take these duties. Berry, State Baptist Sunday, ANNUAL ATTRACTION

"Bunky" Blount is a past presidentof School.secretary, was princiapl I
... the Florida Junior Chamber of speaker. T
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1 IN I' Commerce and is Vice President cf -- imi

........-. ......, -, the National Junior Chamber of :Fair Opens ToniteTo
IN 1959, SOUTHERN PULP AND PAPER MILLS USED ENOUGH OP THIS Commerce. He, was born-in West,
FORMERLY WASTED MATERIAL EQUAL 1,860,000. CORDS OF PULPWOOftIS \ Palm Beach in 1926 and attended .14 Day Run
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1HJ9 BlTT ONE EXAMPLE OF THS Y CONSERVATION MEASURE I t
4tTICJD BY THE 501JTHNO PAPERPATRONIZE INDUGTP" public schools in DeLand. After I I
i graduation from DeLand Higb -The South Florida Fair and Ex- a IJ

School he entered the United i position will open it's gates for the J
THE ADVERTISER -; States Navy. He was a veteran of 1960 edition on Friday night January ,

r service in the Pacific from 1944 22nd at 7:00 P. M. The open- S .

.. I I 1 ,I I 1 I 1 % : : t 1 I : 1 I :-: : : : I : : : : : +-: : : : I : : : : : : : : t : t I I to 1946. After his return he attended ing ceremonies will take place on _.
Stetson University and received a special stage In the Fair Plazaat _

Notice To TaxpayersAs his L. L. B. degree in 1951. 9:00 P'M. with local ,and visit j
He immediately went to Tallahassee ing dignitaries on handIt

required by Law, I will be at the folllwing places on the dates as Special Attorney General to : ,is, expected that well over
set opposite ,each, for the purpose of receiving tax returns for the year Attorney'General Dick Ervin dur- 150,000 people will pass throughthe
ing the 1951 session of the Legislature gates during the run of the y

PrecinctNo. and returned to DeLand in fair, to see the extensive exhibits

LocationDate Time Place July of that year to open his law of electronics, nuclear science, industry I TAMPA
office; He b.wi'been municipal agriculture, Arts and
38 Belle Glade- Feb. 2nd 9:00 A1.f.to 10:45: AM: Town Hall Judge of DeLand for the past 4% Crafts, health, sports, poultry, live FEB. '
27 Chosen Feb. 2nd 11:00 AM to 11-45;; AM, West's Store ; .
> years. stock, wonderous shows, and thrill
:39 South Bay Feb. 2nd 12: Noon to ::1:30.PM Town Ban' ..... ing rides. There is something that a"13
-40 Lake Harbor Feb. 2nd 2:00 PM.to 3:30"PM Post Office member of the family will
,Baptists To -Hear'Jack ; every 'SI
I 33 Loxahatchee Feb. 4th 9:00 AM to 9:45 AM Post Office enjoy. S
35 Canal Point Feb. 4th 10:30 AM tQ .11:30 AM Post Office Eppes Speak( The theme; of _the fair this year
, 96 Pahokep3232A -.' Feb.. 4th- 12: Noon- to 2oo.PM Town Hall will be "Agriculture to Atoms.; "
-- CummmingsBarber ; Jack Eppes, Secretary for the In ,the colorful, modern buildings A
B :Military Trail Feb. 4th 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM Shop
Florida United Christian Action, the emphasis will be on science, \
1 Jupiter / Feb. 9th 9:00 AM to 1000 AM Post Office Lakeland, will be the Speaker at with nuclear science, art, health in
2 Lake Park Feb. 9th 10:45 AM to 11:45 AM Town Hall the morning Worship Hour of the the limelight.' Although many of
3-3A-B Riviera Feb. 9th 12: Noon to 1:00PM: Town Hall 1 t
First Baptist Church in PahokeeMr. the exhibits are exceedingly complex I
19' Palm Beach Feb. 9th. 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM' Town Hall i .
Eppes is known over the-stateas they have been designed so
24 Lantana Feb. llth, 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM' Town Hall a forceful leader In the fieldof that everyone may understand and
25 BoyntonAll Feb. 11th 9:45: AM to 11:00 AM Town Hall Christian Temperance. The appreciate the tremendous scientific .
Delray Feb. I1th'11:30 AM to 2:00 PM: Town Hall I t
abolition of the sale and use of advance, and gain an insight
30 Boca Raton Feb. 11th 2:45 PM to 5:00 PM Town Hall
I' intoxicating, drinks as a,beveragethe into the fabulous future which lies
AH Lake Worth' lo-eb. 16ih 8:80 AM to 12; Noon City Hall control of narcotics, elinilna.i ahead in-the fields of science and See, all, these v nfrAUTOS
42 Greenacres Feb 16th 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM Town Hall i *
lion o/ sale of obscene literature technology. an if &3tsr:c/
31-31A Westgate Feb. 16th 2:30 PM. to, 3:30 PM Salvation -S ---
Army Church Temperance education among OUt RACES
youth. All of these are a part of Jim In '
Blanton "
11 West,Palm Beach dpen Dally Until April at Court House I the work of UCA which Mr. Eppes THRILL, SHOWS

HOMESTEAD EXEMPTIONS may be applied for at this time and i serves as Secretary.The I,RPPUG Campaign 4 BIG PARADES
TAX RETURNS may also be submitted. I respectfully urge all tax public is invited to hear nun,: FLORIDA ELECTRICAL 1
payers to meet me at the various appointments. I ahall be glad to discuss and a special appeal is made to I I Jim Blanton fo St. Augustine EXPOSITION '
any tax problem you may have and help you in any way possible. cur youth to attend. : announced today that he would be
-- --- a candidate for the office of State MID\'dAY
If for any reason you cannot meet mo at these appointed places .
the Tax Assessor's Office County Court Home West Palm Beach will Miss Margaret Mary Cook ol Railroad and Public Utilities Commissioner EXHIBITS I
be open for the purpose of receiving return until the first of April: Baltimore Md, a former member in the May Primary.
After that date no returns can be filed, nor con a homestead be accepted. of,the faculty at Louisiana State Blanton will be running for the FFA and I;
University School of Medicine t seat,left vacant by the resignationof 4-H V HTS !

David Stewart Department of Nursing has joined Alan Boyd to accept a positionon ART' & CRAFTS {
the staff at the Pahokee Clinic of the C. Al B. Since :Mr. Boyd's EXHIBIT
'I :. ASSESSOR OF TAXES, PALM: Public[ last November
the Palm Beach County resignation pie vacancy
/ '.,, I' .. .'c, : "-' >. I. BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA I I'Health Department. She is making has been filled by an appointee r '. 1
with Mrs. Ida Larrimore of Governor Collins. .
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Friday, January 22, 1960 1 The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Page o ;AI
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t..t five-term State Representative J NATURE'SCHEMICAL WAY INaEA7lNG

t from Bradford County, and former I r SUBSTANCES 70 MAINTAIN liFE JS
Speaker of the House of Representatives REVEALED///A'COW'S PEEPING PROCESSSHE
pt-rc. ROUC,MIGEANOGRA/N TO FEE BfLUONS
\ announced his candidacy EATS I
today for Florida Commissioner OF TINY ORGANISMS LMNG IN HER RUMEN. THESE ,
; TURN HELP ABED THE .
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O\\PJ1er'of farming, insurance and \

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b Ay. .f/r', yC .yY.ac ')"r:. S headquarters are being established ,
.. ARE ANIMALS
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w.. First National Bank of Miami hasbeen 4 ETt:._ WIT/(
Ga:.!,. r/r *s. >:qA'4< :3 >Gy MucTvLEz4 -
:t:' 'wYar r :;: .. iY .t +'. designated as state campaign ,' '. ;- STOM
N depository. i- ACtti. FOOP

"All of us know the fantasticyet -' ia MC" FROM fS RETURNS R/MEN .

sound-economic growth' oi ,__ TOMOUTHfO*
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"" MOllE OIEWThG
Florida during. the fabulous 50'sand'
r IN THE RUMEN BACTERIA CHEMICALLY
.. the basic that agriculture ,
< part I CONVERT FEEDS,INTO USABLE PROTEINS
; 44, .,r. played in it," the 31-year-old,legislator ANP CARSOHYPRATES FROM WHICH /
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M [ said "During that period, it THE COW PRODUCES MEAT ANpM/1K

,,pl was my privilege to serve on many FOR HUMAN NEEDS* ;.' .r
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of the most important legislative
'CATTLELAF'SUPPLEMENT. BIOCHEMISTS RECENTLY, *!. :" 4"f
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committees of the Hose of'Representatives ya1. j fi''
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which contributed sc
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AMOUNTS OF THE HDROGENGCWQR fr/ftZ
much to the climate for
creating
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this unparelleHed expansion and, //V THE RUMEN ON mrs
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: prosperity." 0ASIS A tJQUtP SUPPLEMENT NOW

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+. RUMINANT'ANIM4LS 70 TRAN rOKftl

5Jt Florida WaterwaysIn LARGE AMOUNTS OF FARM FEEPS.
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(E5PEC/ALLYLOW-GRAPE ROUGHAGE)

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r..f The President, in his budget
message delivered to the Congress "
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today, requested a total of $12-'

885,200 for civil works' construc- ,! :WORLD: OF ,
tion and "pl nnjng in Florida for

The 225 ft. high Trylon tower, shown above, rises in. the foregroundof the 1961 fiscal year. Of this
the f fabulous amount, $12,86&,200 is slated for
new Bazaar International at Riviera 'Beach. The I

glass-enclosed ,exterior elevator that carries visitors to an 'observation construction of projects located
either wholly or in part within the s
platform for a sweeping view of, the Palm Beaches will be one ,
i' Sixth Congressional District
of the many features at the "World's Unusual Market Place." ofI I
Florida.A i
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I, major share of this years appropriation i
Mrs. B. Elliott has returned to I or some $10,000,000 if ,

: Durham,,N. C., to be with her husband -I earmarked for the continuation of I s.'a

.I who is a surgical patient the vital Central and South Florida

# Duke Hospital.Mrs. I I I Flood Control Project. Other budgeted I I'I

Alys :M. Okie has as a house amounts are:
West Coast Intracoastal j'I
guest her mother, Mrs., Ralph HMatthiessen
Miss Ladora Crosby, new worthy of Hume, Va. Waterway ,_...._.. .$2,000,000

advisor of the Pahokee Assembly Port Everglades 750,000Palm SOUTHERN B6ETU PINE.
Buck Hall, has returned ,from, athreeweeks' Beach County I I ANO Dl5EASe hi1A. ,s tLFELR .
I Order of the Rainbow, and other ( PREv'Erq ML.r : -
at Beach Erosion._
vacation spent 118,200 :,..
newly elected ,officers will be in- Evansville,, Ind., and was accompanied I r In additional to construction! 6EEDUM8 fATJNfi TuaEe" Fc ti! '
I RMiS WEEVIL FEttN3 "s %
cn'u; ,
stan d'at a meeting in the Masonic back to Pahokee by hif I j[ funds, $635,000 is budgeted for operation i ::r t

Hall Monday night. wife and small daughter who will and maintenance of the I! .

make their home here. following existing projects. ,'

Boyd Vorhees, Jr., of Canal East Coast Intracoastal
Point nod Miss Jill Mcllwain of Mrs. H. J. Anderson was calledto Waterway ___: $150,000 I
Cantonment the illness of
Pahokee, who have been attending by Ft. Pierce Harbor 65,000
; her Mrs. Luther Collier
FJorida State University, Tallahassee daughter, Okeechobee Waterway 205,000 l
who underwent at the
plan to transfer their scholastic surgery Palm Beach, Harbor 40,000
credits this coming week I Baptist Hospital in Pensacola Sat Central and South Fla. '' .

between semesters from FSU to urday. I I Flood Control IP6 AVER ''t -

Palm Beach Junior College, where Miss Betty Mankin of Marietta, District 175,000In I
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they have enrolled for the 'coming Ohio is the guest fo Miss Jane commenting on this fiscal

,semester.' Plumer in Pahokee. years civil works requests, Congressman -

'I I Paul G. Rogers said: J w :I t4. !
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wiliams have
The home of Mr. and Mrs. L. I
"I am pleased that funds )
H/E. very FOREST DISEASES AND INSECT PESTS,WORK ,
his brother Will..
as a guest Fraser was the scene of a dinner LigTNI55
) arc budgeted to enable improve-. CONTINUOUSLY TO DESTROY 5TANDING DISEASED TREES
iams, of Voldosta, Ga. party honoring Miss Rose Bian- men 'tQL four water resources and| TIMBER AND REDUCE THE VALUE' OF ONE INFECTED WITH FU5JF
carosa of West.Palm Beach on her expansion of our.flood-control: pro WOODLANDS AND FOREST PRODUCTS..AWff' RUST FuNGUS SHOULD BE '
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hignite
while Miss ESTIMATES PLACE THE YEARLY LOSS froM REMOVED IN ATW8ER SttND"WPROVEJUENT :
had as guests Hugh Burns of Bethel birthday.anniversary gram to progress' in an: orderly THESE: ATTACKS FAR IN EXCESS OFt CUTTING '
Ohio and his Mrs. Biancarosa was here as the house manner. This is simply another in- >t CAMA3E\ CAUSE O
daughters, 8V FIRE.
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of Miss Alma Farrow. '
guest ,
Eleanor Hall and Mrs. Elizabeth dication that the Writ of our projects -I Ii ... l.
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Attaway of Fort Lauderdale, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Hatton. I in terms of benefits received ----------------------------T----. .

I Tolman Burns ,of Pompano Beach; accompanied i>y her brotherinlawand i for. dollar ,spent, hall. been firmly: House Guests Of > "
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established'
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also their daughter, Miss' Shirley sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jack ftlaxwells Honored ,.

West Palm Beach, and .,
Highnite Fletcher, of. Chicago: Ill.v.havje, returned i .' tf : '
: son,, Kenneth Hignite, who is stationed from a 10-day vacation Mrs WaitsSbrorit ,
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Gejie t 'Mrs. Leo Maxwell and terra
the U. S. at, ; I ,
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,' by Navy' Key ,spent at Nassau.! : ." '". HostessMrs. V M. 'McIntosh entertained' with a
:West. :; ,
The; ReV James E. Boyd-of' :Pa ': I I' Mr. and' Mrs. Billy; Turbeville'of party at Mrs., Maxwell's home, 'm!
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Larry Elliott, student at, Christ- Charles \ compliment to Mrs. Fern Campt'M
hokee and the Rev D. Gene Waits was hostess to Pahqkee announce the arrival of a
tan College, Tampa:,will spend the Stewart of Canal Point attendedthe members of.the Xi Alpha Tau i| daughter at Good Samaritan Hospital Mrs. Ruth Relda, Mrs. Mae'Reida

between semesters vacation with executive board meeting at the Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, on Thursday morning, Janu- and Mrs. J.B. Coleman, ho"e

his 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas First Baptist Church in West at her home. Mrs. Phillip White,I}j cry 21. At press time she had not guests of their brother and SiS i1-
Elliott, at Pahokee. He plans to I I in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd'He-id- I
Palm Peach Monday nightMiss who represents the chapter on theSorority's ; been given a name.
', transfer to Palm Beach Junior ley, prior to their return to their: I
City Council, reported Mr. and :Mrs. John Harlow Bon-
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College for the coming semester. Annette McIntosh and Ken- homes in Kansas. The honor;:?":*
that Mrs. Hugh Branch has been'niP Jean Housley) of Canal Point
neth Mcintosh will spend the be- I were presented with hibiscus c- I
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph O. Johnson named, chairman of the Beta Sigma announce the birth of a daughter .
tween-semesters vacation at Florida I, sages. Refreshments were snit o !
Phi Valentine Ball to fill the Susan Renee at the
have returned from a visit with Everglades
State University next week to approximately 35 i
Mr. and Mrs. John Sutterfield, with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. vacancy left by the resignation of I Memorial Hospital, Jan. 17. ,

former Pahokee residents now liv- H. M. McIntosh in Pahokee. :Mrs. Oscar Dobrow; also that Mrs.I Mr. and Mrs. Lester Gordon, guests.K .\

ing at West Bend, Bahama Islands. Al Beverly has been appointed (June Gant) of Pahokee announce i

have I 'Mrs. Carmen Salvatore, Jr., has chairman of the Sorority's Royal the birth of a son, Henry Todd, at leT d.. them ..1
Mr. and'Mrs. Frank Wilson enrolled in a beauty culture,schoolin Palm school project. Following the the Everglades Memorial HospitalJan. '

as guests her brother and sfster-in- West Palm Beach. business session the group enjoyed 13.TOWN. laGooDi :

law, Mr. and ']{rs. J. A. Sundberg a theater party at the Prince &-
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of Linn Grove, 'Iowa Mr. and Mr j. M.'L Keen and son, Theater. 'j
TEAM WINSA EXWLE
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Richard, accompanied by Jimmy (
:Mrs. Don Collier underwent ad- McElhenny, spent the weekend at strong Pahokee town basketball ) -..

ditional major surgery at Good Sa- Silver: Springs while' Keen EASTERN STAR. team ran Oewiston's town
West Palm team for a 56-26 win.
maritan Hospital
was attending a Lions midwinter Tht -I
Beach, the first of the week. conference there. Mrs. Velma Hall worthy matron Thurmand Kemp's 22 points anc .1 I

and Perry Hall, worthy pat- Alvy Early's 21 carried the bulk of f

Mrs. Antionette Vertommenwho Mrs. Phil Bonnell, a recent bride ron, presided at the meeting of the scoring attack for Pahokee

was convalescing at the home was honored at a miscellaneous Pahokee Chapter 184 Order o Bob Giddens had 9 dewiston.. }

of her brother-in-law and sister, calling shower ,at the home of Mrs.T. Eastern Star, in the Masonic Han This was only the first game of

Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Schultz, at R. Martinez. Assisting Mrs Mrs. Angelea Sears, Mrs. Joyce several to be played. Your attendance -I/s ,

Lake Worth, has been re-admitted Martinez as co-hostesses were Arrieta and :Mrs. Virgie McCal would be appreciated. No ,

to St. Mary's Hospital' for additional Mrs. Lois White Mrs. Doris Garrett were hostesses during the serving charge. Posters will be put up I

..treatment. and Mrs. Edna.Brown. of refreshments., advertising the next game.

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j # FourK '- Friday.January 22, 1960
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Farris Bryant Is' I THE PROGRAMFor I ida.the problems facing the state
during the coming four years and
,, Out For Governor what he as Secretary of State will
r do to hlep solve them.
For Showing Cattle For Livestock Exhibitors
f Farris Bryant ,former Speakerof I "I have received enough assur-
the: House of Representatives At The South Florida Fair And Exposition, I ances of financial support to makeme
: I' received. rousing ovation here believe I can finance the simple
. from more: than 100 ardent sup West Palm Beach, January 22-30, campaign I plan-a direct approach -
! to the people," he.said.
1960 Will Be As Follows
: Fisher said he had No financial

f: ,angles to pay for an elaborate
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t i it The Youth Dairy Judging Contest will be held at 9:00 campaign, but that "enough ol
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A. Saturday, January 23rd. many friends throughout the state
believe in my ability to do the job. ,
.. A9. Ar The Youth Dairy Show will begin at 10.30 A. M. Satur- my sincere desire to serve and my !
Y day, January 23rd. I. integrity to contribute the modest
T I amount I feel will be necessary.to I
n The Open Dairy Show will begin. at 2:00) P. M., Saturday, II reach the people."
January 23rd. II "I have but one special interest
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4: A I -the progress of Florida and the
rgy The Youth Beef Cattle and,Steer show will begin at 7:00P. welfare of its people. It is from

..M.,Saturday, January 23rd. 1I I the ranks of ,the people that I will
draw support
-, The Thursday Open Beef, January Cattle 28th.Show will be held at.>_,'2:00 P. M., E. V. "Gene" FISHER J my -... I
"- Candidate for Secretary of Stare
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The Youth Beef Cattle Judging Contest: ,.will.be? held at ,
7:00 P. M., Thursday, January 28t1. 0 Gene Fisher Out Will Attend Fair

porters as he announced his candidacy 't \ For Vehicle JobTALLAHASSEEEL -
for'governoIi.The :. .. The Judges are as follows: I Pahokee Girl Scout Troop 38, at

group of outstanding business T. W. Sparks, Ass't. Extension Dairyman will be of- 1 I the regular meeting in the office
and civic leaders came from ficial judge for the Dairy Cattle Show. I V. (Gene) I I of Dr. E. C. Johnson's Clinic Wed-
Fisher, former State Motor Vehicle .
all parts of Florida to be on hand I. nesday night made plans to attend
when the 45-year old Ocala attorney Raleigh Pickles, herdsman of M & M Ranch will be the Commissioner, announced today he I the South Florida Fair and Ex-
officially entered his name as a. official judge for the Youth Beef Cattle Show. will be a candidate for Secretaryof position. It was decided that the
candidate for the governor of Florida State in the Democratic pri- Scouts meet at the First Methodist -
to representatives ,of the State James Pace, Extension Animal Husbandman will be manes in May. Church at 11 a. m., Saturdayand
Capital's press-radio-TV corps. the official judge for the open Beef Cattle Show. He said he believed that more I go to the Fair as a group,

Smiling and confident, Bryant than, a quarter-century of public returning home at 8 p. m., according
told the cheering crowd that his I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeauxand Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen have I I service eminently qualified him tc I to Elaine Salvatore, troop re
campaign is "well ahead of, sche granddaughter, Lyndcll. accompanied returned to Atlanta, Ga., after sit with the Florida Cabinet. porter. Julia Johnson's patrol was
dule." With 57 of the state's 67 by Hazel Sheppardwere spending the weekend in Pahoke Fisher promised an aggressive I in charge of the opening flag cere-
counties represented at the Satur- visitors at Boca Grande Sun with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. vigorous campaign in which he mony and Jan Plumer read theI
,day meeting, he stated that "Bry day. B, Crosby. will present to the people of Flor I I minutes.Announcing .

ant for Governor" organizations I
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Bryant groups in each of' the ,
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"This is most gratifying since '
the only commitment I have had '

J to make is that I will do the best. ,, .', :,; ,, .. ) .:
job for all Florida. ," Bryant said :
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Davis of, Hollywood announced .
his candidacy for governor -

as follows: ; .NEW MANAGEMENT a .
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,:. for Governor to the of forthcoming Florida with race the t .1-1 U ;; : : '
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thought determination that someone with arid the experience essential -- SPOONER. ::1;

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apportionment, Florida would .:=1' :'''' :
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;. "Sharp realignment of represen- ASSUMED MANAGEMENT OF PAHOKEE MOTORS, : .: .. ...."': \

; tation in the State Legislature, f'1 iO rc; :J Vi!:: : ; ,, ',
;J\q ,particularly In 'the Senate, i9Florida's Mir/SiM)3fiferfeys, "We will continue to give you the" same' ..- ., .,jon.-;- 't 1 11

;:, fact most that 'the preplexing fastest growing problemThe c.. 512 bfehf tygp service you have, been accustomed to.. J'.-,at,_. .''1Pa-;:.:, -r. "'.;:':'" .
: state in the nation is / ; -j- 4-a': j ,ui.a.H ,,
governed by '; : d
: a political clfyteVvtthicn ii.in' turn ..>, \ .hokeeMotor$i, ithemph sis.alwaygqij 'h ptteraiid!better. r- .: ST":" i-; '
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i" controlled b>4 all'sori special interests id .. 'i'YAV. .. '" .. "**'l.
: ; SLl'V1Ce. :.f;. : i L i.n' ) 9. :u:)!) i. \ft.;: t... r7ly CY41
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"Deplorable as it is, this situation I : t tI

exists in Florida and it exists -
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degree. It can be eliminated only YOUrp'atronageWi Always .

by vast. improvement in the align- ,
ment of senatorial districts by '

shifting legislative representationto Greatly Appreciated. !
the populous areas, so that more ,
of our people will have a greater ,
voice in government. This can and .

must strong be'executive accomplished leadership.through.. II I '

think I can supply that. leadership : \T'PAHOKEEMOTORS .H !

DCS and I LANDS want you PAHOKEEOur' .to. .help. me." .


aviation editor was attending -
to other:business this week ;
when a: DCSHcarrying a general'ofthe Ii
quartermaster corps landed atPahokee EAST MAIN STREET '. PAHOKEE
airport. The plane was" '
from Military: Air Transport Service PHONE 7128 ''j

and the*general. (whose name .. 0 .,!.
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business with vegetable buyers be- I II I
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Friday.January 22, I960 The Everglades News, Canal Point.Florida *. Page Five j

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Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kenny of Dr. H. M. Tysdal, chief of the : Mr. and Mrs. 'Lee Wroten have '

: Wauchula are visiting their son-in- Tobacco and Sugar Corps Research I.as a.guest this weeki' hep'grand: f'j

I .1 PERSONAL NEWS NOTES I law Mrs.M......Mullisj.and Mullis daughter in Pahokee, }{r. and this Mrs.week.L.I Branch.Station Beltsville'USDA Plant Md., has Industry returned ; mother Lauderdale., Mrs.. J. B. Elliott,, .of Fort. j?

was able to return Beltsville
to after conferringfor Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Blackwell ,
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home the first of the week from several
days with staff mem-
Mrs. Enima Wheeler left expect to have as guests the first ?
by Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ammons Everglades Memorial Hospital bers at the USDA Sugar Cane '
of the week the Rev.. and Mrs M.
plane for California to spend sev- were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herb where she was a patient over the Field Station in Canal Point rel- .
eral months there with her son-in- V Lewis of Tampa.
Nix and family at Okeechobee weekend.
i stive to studies being conducted at
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs..: P. Sunday.: I Mr. and Mrs. George Mills and(the station on various varieties ofsugar ,
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Weirman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Thompsonand family have as a house guest her i .
cane. IN Tim cmcUIT'COURT .OF TIIE
:Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vandegrift children, Yvonne and Joe Erby i I mother, :Mrs. Roscoe Williams, of FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
Miss has
t have as a guest her father, J. F. were hosts at a camp on Fisheat-! Homestead, who is employed in Wynette Sheffield returned FLORIDA, IN AND FOR PALM BEACH
to her studies at the COUNTYIN
commercial -
Tqlbert, of. Ellarbe, N. C. ing Creek over the. weekend 1 the offices of W. H, Vann, Inc.. in CHANCERY NO. 60 C 3-E
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Harrington Guests were Becky Mackey, Robert I while here. college Orlando after EARLEAN RILEY. :
the weekend with her Plaintiff
spending :
attended funeral 'services of Mr. Phillips, Glenn Angel, Tommy i .
Mrs. C. A. Maje ill be hostessat -vs- :
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Shef-
Harrington's'aunt Palmetto VINCENT ,
at RILEY :
McElhenny and Leon Mills.
a bridge lunches at her home
field, in Pahokee. Defendant :
..Friday. Lonnie (Butch) Phillips has re .
I this Friday. Those planning to at- NOTICE OF SUIT ..
Dr. T. A. Weathers of Glenn-: turned to his studies at the Miami TO: VINCENT RILEY. Richmond Post- .
tend are Mrs. O. R. Bleech :Mrs.
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St.
office. Mary. Jamaica B. W. I.
grille. Georgia was the Sunday j I Military Academy after spending Frank Friend Mrs. L. W. Armstrong NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING You are hereby notified that Ear-
of Mr. and Mrs.'Paul Rardin.I OF LANDOWNERS OF :ean Riley has filed Bill
guest the weekend with his parents, Mr. a of Complaint
Mrs. Don Hillier, Mrs. C. PAHOKEB DRAINAGE DISTRICT
.Co!. W. S. Evans has returned i I lend Mrs. Jack Phillips at Paho L. Shirley, Mrs. W. S. Evans, Mrs. Notice Is hereby given that pursuant I required against you to.serve for a divorce.copy of, and your you answer are
to his home .after being, called to kee. to call of the Board Supervisors a M. C. Carter. Mrs. Shirley will be Pahokee Drainage District the annual .
I j I Thadd Whldden. P. O. Box 395.
the bedside of his aunt Miss Settleof Mr. meeting of the landowners of Pahokee ,
and Mrs. Leland Shirley hostess at the group's next bridge I Pahokee. Floridaand1 file the original
RussellvUle. Kentucky. MissSettle's Drainage District for the year 1960. wIll anwer in the office of the Clerk of the
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- luncheon Feb. 5. be held at the office of said District 'n Circuit;: Court of Palm Beach County.
condition is 'still serious. ert Herchek in Miami over the Mrs. Margaret Bolton entered:.tho Rardin Building at. Canal Point. Florida on or before-the 8th day of
Mrs. W.'W. White Is able to be weekend.Dr. Palm Beach ,Count Florida on Monday February I960. If you fall so to do. Judg-
out Pahokee hospital on Monday ''I February 8. 1960 at 10:30 o'clockIn ment by default will be taken against
again after being confined to' Burns Martin filled the pulpit I)I noon for a series of tests after.'I''I' the forenoon for the purposes for of: you for the relief 'demanded In thecomplalnt.
1. Electing Supervisor a .
-her home several days due to ill- one
at the Canal Point Methodist j: check up. She hoped to return to term of three years. DATED this 4th ,day of January


her studies Charron-Williams the pastor, the Rev. Robert A. I this week. ,thereto as the landowners ,may of Circuit Court
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determine; and (Circuit Court Seal) ;
Business College .in Miami' Mon- Shelley.Mr. Mr .and Mrs. W. D. Burroughsof 3. Transacting such other business By Thaddle P. Plant.
and Mrs. James H. Miller Man asses, Ga.,.will arrive in Pa. as may come before the meeting. Deputy Clerk
day.Mr. BOARD OP SUPERVISORS OF Thadd Whldden .
and Mrs. Leroy Putnal of have -as guests this week their hokee this weekend for a visit with PAHOKEE DRAINAGE Attorney for Plaintiff '
New Smyrna Beach were guests daughter, Mrs. Lou Lombard, and her brother and sister-in-law Mr DISTRICTBy P. O. Box 395
: W. C. Owen President Pahokee. Florida
over the weekend' of her parents.Mr. granddaughter Lisa of Miami. i and Mrs..: J. H. Wilkinson, Sr. Publish: January 22. 29. 1960. Pub. Jan. 8. 15. 22 and 29. 1960.

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'son, Pat, of Pahokee and Mr. ands 1' J


Mrs daughter_ Melrose Melody Thompson of Belle Glade and EVERGLADES FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN

were weekend guests of :Mrs. ,

Thompson's parents, Mr. and Mrs

L. M. Stevens, at' the Stevens '

Ranch near Kenansville.Bill I .' ASSOCIATION OF BELLE GLADE .

Gist and his friend George : ., ;; : .
Mello, both cadets at the Miami .
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Military Academy, spent the week- ( BELLE. GLADE, .FLORIDA }. :; .
end in Pahokee with Bill's parents I. .'! C !J'J" ,

Dr. and Mrs. William Gist., : :'Jn\ ',
Mrs. Myra Bass visited her ,, _. STATEMENT OF CONDITION ', :.f!; ,..'."
mother Mrs. J. W. Cruthirds at 'J ; '1. '

Port Salerno Sunday.Mrs. i ,10-* ,. : December 31 1959 .0' .
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Mrs. Gary Peoples.Mrs. .
Leon Guthrie was a patient .-i \. >"i

S at the Lakeland Hospital the past First' Mortgage Loans :........._..._...'..k 11483892.36 .SavingsAccounts ......._.._...........,.,.._...11899528.10
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'-'. Advances'from. ,Federal Home Loan.i. .*!

distributors annual meetingof in Jacksonville Standard this Oil F., H. A. Title I Improvement Loans ....- 82,361.63 Bank, _________Jv__ F -:,. \ '500,000.00

week. Real Estate Sold on Contract _.._..._.....__ 70,517.90 ., c, 1. ,
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Miss Billie Hand is a patient at Loans in Process ......."..--..-.............-...-.. 127,898.49
Good Samaritan Hospital in West Real E sewn ed ...._.....\........_........... 16,488.0"" 7 .


Palm Beach this week. Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank '-...,,' ." 195,000.00 .Othe'r Liabilities ..:............_............._..._._ 4,542.43;

RfonoTt of Condition of ... 't'
BANK OF PAHOKEE U. S. Government Obligations455,812.50 '. '" '
tho of Pahokee.close of In business the State on of December Florida:31 at. '' Deferred Credits .......'*...:....-.....:...:...:?....''' 13219.72
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1959.. Investment Securities _... ', 303,125.00 '. '* -
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Cash. balances with other Accrued Interest Investment ...-.......: 19,964.62 Specific Reserves ..._.........::..::._.:..:::...... --16,300,00.
banks including reserve
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obligation,,, direct and Office 'Building.Equipment Less : .

Loans guaranteed discounts ____ 2,759.057.02anpndd 1.687.5O'1 Depreciation ...-...-.--..... 110,841.49 For Federal Insurance 594976.41 ,
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owned -1500.00 'Property Held for Future Expansion .'; 28,000.45 For Contingencies 406,665.79 1001642.20
Furniture and : -. .. .' *
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Other assets __ 2.00 Deferred; Charges and Other Assets_ 5,164.26 ;.. J.

f. TOTAL ASSETS -...x$5,69&437.00LIAmLITI S :'Unallocated Reserve: : :...........:.._............ 39,646:y$.
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t corpo .. _,..$3.882,469.88 h
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; '.. duals partnership, and 1 :;ti Pd3 S

corporations ,- 668,121.53. ; i"TTDRENT R J4'.nTVTT\END /' :. :t....,:"'; -
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t.' DEPOSrr55.295.041 n Executive Vice-President Chairman of Board : VicePresidentni: j [ j President and;Director T-.'

tai. TOTAL LIABILITIES ___$3.235.047.97CAPITAL and Manager and VicePresidentv.W. In Charge of Mortgages: (:., .r ',.. .. ,
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.- Capital Surplus .- .._.-. _. 200.000.00 100.000.00 ROBT. E. MATHEWS, Jr. R. HOOKER MARY LOU MCDONNELL HELEN V. MORRIS, .

Undivided profits __ 101.389.03 Vice-President and yice-President and Treasurer Vice-President and.
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TOTAL CAPITAL Director Director Secretary

ACCOUNTS ________ 401,389.03
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND WILLIS L. WARREN CLAUDE L. SHIRLEY ROBERT D. APELGREN JABjIES A. BALL, Jr.

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS _$5.696.437XCThis Vice President In Vice-President and Vice-President in Charge Vice-President and
1 bank's capital consists of: Common '
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Charge Savings Director of Investments Director.
stock with total par value of .
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{..' MEMORANDA
Loans as shown above are '
after deduction of Member Insured By .
", i reserves of T._ T61.860.01 Federal Home Federal Federal Savings
i. K. p. Mcllwain. Cashier of the Everglades
* above-named bank do solemnly swear Loan And Loan Ins.
} that the above statement Is true and Bank System CorporationSAVINGS
that it fully and correctly represents ,
the true state of the several matters .
f r herein contained and set forth, to the AND LOAN ASSOCIATION .
1 best of my knowledge and belief.
'i E. P. McILWAIN .
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1.:-, IL !L McIntoshr Florida Savings and Loan League United States Savings and Loan League '

, ,r Directors Lewis Prtend .

t''f Rupert Mock All Accounts Insured Up To $10,000
:, State of Florida County of Palm s
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1 hereby certify that I am not an officer '.
or director of th1s.bank...
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;. H 1(-Five:Circles.Meet I'WS-WN. Listing For.


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: five circles of the Pahokee I Listed below is the schedule for

r i Methodist; Woman's Society of| the Daily Devotion Broadcast over
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Christian Service conducted their I Radio Station'WSWN ending-May

. January meetings at homes cf t 13, 1960.

'members Monday, the program January 25-29, Rev. Richard X
\ them for tie month being "Your Knight, Methodist, Clewiston.
Light Has Come." Members were February l-5r Rev. Robert Lov-

urged to participate in the WSCS ett, Chr., & Miss. Alliance, Belle
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I -" > study course on "United Nations"which Glade. .

.( Canal, Point First St. Mary's Catholic Christian Science is being held at the churchon February 8-12, Rev. S. J. Davis,
l' Friday.nights. Church of God, Belle Glade. '
Baptist Church ChurchFather Group Of Canal Point
The Gertrude Shirley Circle, Febhuary 15-19, Rev. Hall, Nazarene -
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David Cronin meeting at the home of Mrs. L. J. Pahokee.
I. Elder R.E.Barfield SUNDAY :MASSES Spiritual understanding of 'God Fraser, voted to serve as refresh-I February 22-26,. Rev. R.N. Huff.

.- SUNDAY' : First two masses of the month a& divine Truth brings mankind as- ments hostess to the Happy Helper man, Episcopal, Belle Glade.
; 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School 11:00. surance of healing and redemptionthis .group of children during Feb- Febr arg 29-Mar. 4, Rev. Robert
" y. 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship is: a theme of the Lesson-
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; Other Sundays at 780. ruary. Mrs. Howard Holman presented Shelley, Methodist, Canal Point
7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. .. Sermon entitled "Truth" which the program and devotionals. March '7-11. Rev. E. W. Kelting
k 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship will be read at Christian _Science; ,
Mrs. Leon Spooner, cochairman Assembly of God, Belle Glade.
4 WEDNDESDAY: The Church Of God services Sunday. presided in the absence of March 14-18, Rev. E. E. Archer,

",". I 7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer" Of Prophecy Pahokee Scriptural: passages will include Chairman Betty Holman. Baptist, 'Belle Glade. .
Service the account in Luke, of the,healingby l'
Mrs. James W. Vann 'and Mrs. March 21-25, Rev. Kenneth
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Price, Nazarene, Belle Glade.
Canal Point Road E. D. Sims, Jr., were hostesses to
7:30"p.. m. -Ladies Auxiliary had a spirit: .of an unclean devil"I I March 28-April l.First Baptist
John H. Kinord, pastor members of the Miriam Circle at i
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Meeting. (4:33-36)
Church, Belle Glade.
Mrs. Vann's home. The
10:00'a.. m.-Sunday School A.correlative,citation from "Sci programwas
. April 4-8, Rev. Lee W. Rustin.
presented in the. form of a
Service
11:00 a. m.Preaching
j' en.ce, and Health with Key to theScriptures"
Methodist, Belle Glade.
playlet, with Mrs. Glenn Brower
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Service
First Baptist 7:45 p. -Evangelistic
by Mary Baker Eddy
April 11-15, Rev. Edward Strain
Mrs. D. B. Watkins and Mrs. I. M.
8:00: m. Tuesday-V, L. B.
p. states: "To understand God ,
; Church Pahokee er,, Baptist, Belle Glade.
Lair taking part. Chairman Marguerite
8:00 m. Thursday-W. M. B.
p. strengthens hope, enthrones fait
18-22
April Rev. John Petrie,
Maxwell and Mrs
presided
Rev. James E. Boyd, pastor Everyone! welcome. Special music in Truth, and verifies Jesus' word: Sims the,devotionals. Episcopal, Clewiston.
SUNDAY SERVICES; and singinsr. "Lo, I am with you always, even gave April 25-29, Dr. Leighton Scott,
9:45 a. m.--Sunday School --- unto the end of the world" (446: Mrs Lloyd. Hundley, chairman ; Presbyterian, Belle Glade. -

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Church Of God 20). presided at the meeting of theMary May 2-6j Rev. James Boyd, Bap-
6:45 p. m.-Training Union The Golden Text is from Psalms, : Martha Circle.at..the.home of tist, Pahokee.

8:00 p.' in.-: Evening'. Worship, Barf ield:Highway "Teach. me thy way, 0 Lord; I Mrs.Edward A. Jensen. Mrs. Louis May 9-13, Rev. August Koerber
"', WEDNESDAY: will walk in thy truth: unite my Davis gave the. program and Mrs.I" Lutheran, Belle Glade.
8:00 p. m.-Prayer'('Meeting. 9:45 A. M.-sunday School heart to fear, thy name" (86:11). Robert C. Hatton, the devotionals. .
11:00 A. M.-Morning Worship .. Mrs. G. W. Byrd presented the I STUDY CLASS
7:00 P. }.{.-L. W. W. B. ,(Par- ATTEND BANQUET program at the meeting of the I
First Methodist Mrs. D.. M. Hillier will be speaker -
sonage) Mabel Simonson Circle at the homeof i

Church Pahokee 7:30 P, M.Evening Worship Members of the staff at the :Mrs. J. V. Thomas. She was.as- at the.study class on "United
7:30 P. M..1'uesday-Prayer Meet- USDA Sugar Field Station at sisted; by Mrs. L. W. Armstrong' Nations" at the Pahokee First
Ing and Mrs. I W. Weeks. Chairman Methodist Church Friday at 8 p.
Rev. Clare S. Hall 7:30 P. M. Friday-Children's Canal Point who attended the ban Robena Blakey presided m., sponsored by the Woman's So

: SUNDAY: Church quet given by Harry T. Vaughn, Mrs. C. A. Major presided at the ciety of Christian Service. Mrs. J.

9:45 a. m.-Church School 7:30'P. M. Friday-Y;P.E. ,:I president of the U. S. Sugar Corp. meeting of the Margery Lair. Circle -. L. Reeves, will serve as leader in
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11:00 a. m.-Morning'Worship i m at the''Clewiston Inn Wednesday at the home of Mrs. R. H. Watson : charge of arrangements.

6:45: p. .-MYF St. Peterfe Lutheran evening of last week were Dr. E. in the absence of Chairrnan ._- .

7:45 p. m.-Evening,Worship \ I H. Todd.P.-Hl: Dunckteman, E. R. Hannah Anderson. The programwas Miss Joan Darden, student,nurse
TUESDAY: Church, belle GladeErwin Rice, Carl O. Grassl and -B. A. presented by Mrs. M. P. Hol' at Jackson Memorial hospital un|

7:00 p. m. Vesper Choir prac- _. .. ,1 Blether,. Ov HI Sheppard of Canal man, Mrs. Frank Friend and Mrs. Miami was .the weekend guest, of

t1ceWEDNESDAY J. Baumgartner. Pastor Point, superintendent of the USSC Major. Mrs. William McClenithangave her ,.parents.,Mr* and Mrs., W. C.
: I 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade Bryant division also attended. the devotionals. Darden.
7:45 m.-Mid-week.devotions
p. SUNDAY: I
.8:30 xn.-Senior Choir prac I
p. Divine Services 11 A. M. ,
tice. School 9:45 A. M.
The Pahokee Church .. I -

The. Methodist Church r .
The Nazarene
t Of .rit! 1iN.'FORO'SNfD 6AL:O.CtiRfatt REl.
, t Canal-point Florida I '. FAl 'e'l11sS1WIGfSiUR ; iCEd 4101i./4. -,

71 Bacom Point RoadChaileeFCrauswell ".

Pastor Robert A. Shelley, Pastor
Phone 752 P. O. Box 882 SUNDAY: I

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

9:45 a. 'xn,-Sunday School. 11:00 a..m.-Morning Worship .
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. 6:30 p. .Youth Fellowship

6:30 p. Juniors.- 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship .
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7:00 p.jn.--Sunoay Evening MONDAY:

Evangelistic,Service.1VEDNESDA'Yf 3:15,p..mi Youth Choir practice

TUESDAY: ,
I ', 7:30"p.m.- .--Midweek Prayer 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society1st
meeting. Tuesday2ndMONDAY
"Where you are a stranger butonce" :
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.*. 7:30 p. .-Esther Class meeting \
WEDNESDAY:
Canal Pt. Missionary 7:30 m.Prayer Meeting
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: Charles'D. Stewart, Pastor '
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9:45'a. m.-Sunday School Pahokee
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11OQ.a. m -Morning Worship "
The fci'a-l/i* Economy Twins Fairfon500 Tow Sedan '
6:30,prn.-Training Union. M. Wendell Hainlin Vicar

730Vp. m:Evening Worship SUNDAY: .
'I 4 WEDNESDAY: '10 a. m.-Sunday School \
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'a ATE' gets up to 30 miles per gallon,goes 4,000 miles between oil changes.-. \ ;' I
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now priced.up to $142 less than last year's..Has mOr '.inside room : -? i

Glades Livestock Market Ass'nON : than*ever,pus.ecarAu .;-oo like rear seat arm rests,t. .........tscu r...:.,. ...o...too.IIIC." .. .' \i
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PAHOKEE-BELLE GLADE ROAD Come in for your economy twin choice of a lifetime new" .aoseJ_ a COIIIpatilO.'of mowlocsur.rs' ;
Falcon or new Fairlane 5001Pahokee sled ntai/ delir.red prka f. M. .
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'- Open :February 9 Prepares Opening Taking the 1960 Census nationally -
.t will require the services of
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" now Musicarnival's third fice for the 1960 Census of Popu- leaders, and 400 district supervis
fic season of six hit musical shows all workers. The
.. lation and Housing at Building ors temporary
: .F' ., r Z ..;Y. opening on February 9 with the S-348 Palm Beach International district supervisor working under
yYAy : a 3'+v' _Lavish Arabian adventure
H.iJ l'9 rF r2).X'hj yy A4 < ;} +'caYx;bLA?a4.:>i;? I Nights the general direction of the permanent -
.,." hN. ::9,.. .. "Kismet." /orders for individual Airport was announced today by
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It / fHN.ar ,4' f7r' ,a: t Ayf:'4'' .Aq.y4'ty. r ns rF z r >:7: s.dj : 1 regional field directors are
yy a ; c s-s. performances of all the Dircetor Thomas W. McWhirter of I responsible for all phases of the
stows are also being filled now. I the. Census Bureau's regional office census in their districts. Duties of
"Kismet," which is based on the at Atlanta Georgia. the district supervisor include the
r 411r music of Alexander Borodin and Raymond Klank will be sup- recruiting of the crew leaders obtaining
FAt Features "Stranger in Paradise," ervisor of the district office. He. space for crew leader train
)'fit b?"3'%M' 't'frc'* "Baubles Bangles and Beads," and .
small
will direct a force of 37 crew lead- ing recruiting and training a
"This Is My Beloved" among its ers and 619 census takers in the office staff reviewing the completed
: many hit songs will continue following counties: Broward Charlotte questionnaires and direct
}"..' 4 y through February 14 at the musical Collier Glades, Hendry In supervision of the field canvass
/ theatre-in-the-round located at dian Okeecho which April 1.
; : River Lee Martin begins on,
i : the International Polo Fields in
West Palm Beach. --- -

i". ; ;..!V Second show of the season will 4 4 l. p..p..g.i '-' II 1I1111 I
:,:. be onq of the World's most popular
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-.. operettas "The Merry Widow," THEATRE
Feb. 16 through 21. This light- I
I hearted comedy of Paris at the
turn of the century includes the PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN
: T favorites "Villa," "The Merry .
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f- Widow Waltz." and {axim's'in Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
I, 3{ oP 3s its lovely score by Franz Lehar. -
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I BOOK REVIEWMrs. TUESDA ti
A.NL SUNDAY-:MONDAY-
Don Zaccagnino gave a SUNDAY AND MONDAY JANUARY 242526"GIDGET"
book review at the meeting of the JANUARY 24-25
Beta Omicron,Chapter Beta Sig- I -
Kenneth Foster Palm Beach County chairman of the annual Marchof ma Phi Sorority at the home of "THE BEST OFEVERYTHING"
Dimes displays one of the.posters calling attention to the three crip- Mrs. Hugh Branch. Mrs. RichardC. SANDRE DEE AND ..
plers'which contributipns'help fight. birth .defects arthritis and Lane president, presided at the .\
paralytic polio. Foster said this week the principal :fund raising effortin business session. Mrs. James HOPE LANGE, STEPHEN JAMES DARREN
the county will be the Mothers March set for January 28th.
-- Moore acted as hostess during the BOYD SUZY PARKER & ALSO -

Mothers March March are asked to call either announced serving of the refreshments.next. meeting It was will MARTHA HYER "Last of the Bad Men"IFARMERS

Polio 28 their community chairmen or county be at Mrs. Zaccagnino's home. .: I I I I I I I I I I I : : : I I :' : t t I : I I t t t t t t t : : : t t, t t t J 1 t tI
January March of Dimes headquarters in
.- West Palm Beach. I
f,\ The Mothers March on January Foster said one of'the first com- rtri
28 will be the principal fund rais- munities to complete preliminary
ing effort for the New March of plans for the March is the Paho-
Dimesin Palm Beach County. kee-Canal Point area where the
Kenneth Foster county Marchof event is being handled by Mrs.
Dimes chairman, said the Mothers = Ellis Wilkinson.
! .. March; over the years has be- -- MARKEU

come the best means of reaching Sugar Cane-
.L the people with the organization '
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' two fold purPose-to accept con
tributions for ,the ftmd campaignand Reference(continued Collection from,page.Sugar 1) Cane I I FLORIDA'S LARGEST MARKET PLACE

to. further the organizations '
Seedling Program lit Florida and

,'. public education program. directed the tour of the station's: Open Every Wed., Fri., ,Sat., 1 to 11 p. ,tn.I .
E The National Foundation, Foster greenhouses .and testing followingthe '
er said, has expanded its I
program conference.
160 STORES AND SHOPS
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. to cover care and research)n' the Those from out-of-town attending o. '.
field of crippling birth defects were E. S. Babin Meeker, La.;I.
arthritis and polio. :I\V.J. Benard, Jr., Cade La.; Nick
t' a Foster also issued an urgent appeal Bergeron Warren Karang Jr. 15 ACRES OF MONEY BACK ALL IN ONE rI
1 for additional volunteers tc
. Irving Legendre Jr., and Lloyd \ GIANT BUILDING
' participate in the traditional house Legendre 'all 'of Thibodaux, La.; FR E'G IF NOT SATISFIED,
" to house Solicitation which cli Felix P.. Broussard, Harry A. / 1050 FEET LONG
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maxes the appeal of the New Chris I. A. Granger and Daniel F. 250,000 POUNDS OF THROUGHOUT THE .

March of :Dimes for 1960. Jeffery Jr., all of Jeanerette La.; FRESH[ PRODUCE, MARKETBARGAINS, LOWESTPRICES .
'The number of women who thus: :H. K. Bubenzer, Bunkie La.; W. S. '
far have volunteered for the Mothers i Chadwick V{. F. ,Guilbeau, G. J ON DISPLAY .
March is heartwarniing," Durbin and L. L. Lauden all of BUY ANYTHING HOT f ,
Foster said "but we still need more New Orleans; Kermit Coulon Convent DOGS TO DIAMONDS GALORE IN ,AMERICA 1
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marchers. La.; J. Malcolm Duhe and
Women who wish to join the Paul E. Voorhies both of New .

Iberia Bourg La.La.;; M.Walace J. Granger R. Ellender Mal- ALMAC PRICE BUSTERS MENS DRESS SHIRTS I

colm Lasseigne Percy Robicheauxand
H..A. Thibodeaux, all of Franklin LADIES CARDIGANS LONG.SLEEVES I \

La.; James Graugnard St. : ALL PATTERNS 9 8 ,
James La.; F.J.Gravois Vacherie,, BAN LON $ ALL COLORS 1 I
La.; Earl Gravois, Mont<<;gut, La.; 2.1 19
ALL SIZES
8m yn 4IIJt R D. ,Breaux and L. P. Herbert, ALL SIZES

Houma La.; Dr.; Thomas BreggerF. ,FIRST QUALITYLADXES I
leGrand and Dr. V. E. Green VALUES FROM
S? Everglades Experiment Station COATS .T SALE
Belle,Glade; Dr. B. A. Bourne J. WOOL SHORTIE $1 1. 94 $3.95 TO $4.95. .' "IS ON .

W. Bea dsley. Jim' Beardsley W,"I TOPPERS, Reg 6.95 ALL ONE, LOWSTORE i. '

E, Bolton/ Frank Polhill M. 'L..Bishop PRICE $1.98 tore 23 .
3 Yzi ,and Niels'M.: :Bach, all 'of -- 47. J
{ Clewiston; P.- M. McIntyre and W.
::7' 'f J>'Cato both of South Bay Alton lti NECK PILLOWS ALL STEEL HAMMER .1.1IriJ
pA' W- Jones,, agronomist: at the Bryant ;] .
plantations of the U. S. Sugar TERRY CLOTH '.
k Corp., and O. H. Sheppard, superin, $1 114 CARPENTERS
W\: ,....,...;..._ tendent, at Bryant,.were also pres-. Li;] WASHABLE 1 I I NAIL HAMMER C
: ent. ti;] REG. $1.89 99 [""IIJ!
t ELI DROP FORGED
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FIRM RUBBERHANDLE
''t."1 '.. LERUGS'
I><$:; (*'*+.:., Except Sunday Calling Shower For .
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I x\:: THRU: VAPRH4& .
''-' ':- Mrs. Jerry Norman 27 x 72 CHROME, PLATED
1 ti .,::.1:I } REG. $2.89 $1 1.49 1 TERRIFIC Tackle

Mtr ,- The home of Mrs..M. H. Baxter' S Shop
G4 ,gb VALUE'
was the scene of a bride's miscellaneous STORE 19 .

? ,. calling shower in compliment -I

to Mrs. Jerry Norman. Hostesses -
M&2 I AC't .together with Mrs. Baxter:1! BAKERIES BAKING RIGHT HERE
ADMISSION 2SIa were Mrs. H. M.Mdntosh, :Mrs. E.

: : REE PARKIC4 'I 4 Mrs.F. JMcHwain J. V. Thomas, Mrs. :1.V.Mrs..'Carmen Brown. SEE ACTION BY AUCTION SALE 7 PM

Salvatore Jr. and Mrs. Billy

Sheffield.Arrangements chrysanthem!! FARMERS MARKET

urns were used by the hostesses in
: the decorations. Miss Nancy Thomas i

poured from the silver coffee 1 1200 s. CONGRESS .OPEN WED., FRL, SAT.
service while Mrs. Brown and :Mrs.
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c. MCIlwain served cake. Miss Janet WEST PALM BEACH 1T011P.M.I .

Upthegrove'was in charge of the
guest book. AALA4J4

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